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The OltEGON STATESSlAn; Salm; Oregca, Thoy llcrnbg, NoTeabgr 21,1923
4-H Work Progresses Stead
ily in Marion County
Seven additional boys and
girls" 4-H cluba nave been organ
ized in Marion county scboola, re
ports W. W. Fox, connty club
leader. This brings the toUl since
November 1 to IS dabs, 13 of
-which are sewing croups, three
cooking and one etch rabbit,
chicken and home making. Mem
bership oC the seren new clubs to
tals 65, bringing the total for the,
new year so far to 2 OS boys and
Following are the recently or
ganised clubs, the leaders, officers
Woodburn Home Making elub
Myrtle Clark and Mable Ballard,
leaders; Margaret Jackson, presi
dent, Gwendolyn Hicks, vice pre
sident; Lavona Byeri, secretary;
Kathleen Shorey and Veda Nen
del. Roberts Sewing club, dlTision
two Mrs. M. Beckett, leader;
Dorothy Salehenberg. president;
Jane Brown, rice president; Saw
akt 'Usui, secretary; Fumlko Na
kamura and Cbiyono Mltoma.
-Roberts Handiwork club
May Helen Larsen,- leader; Neonia
Cronser, president; Rose - Ann
Goodrich, rice president; Tsuukio
Ural, secretary; Prances -Blan-kenship,
Mlchike Usui, Masaya
Kakamura and Clara Hanson.
St Mary's Sewing clnb at Mt.
Angel-Oiadys McGee, leader;
Mary Louise LeDoup. president;
Marie Schaffer, Tlce president;
Mary Bell, secretary; Rosalia
Welton, Marie Selfer, Veima Hoo
ter, Pauline Nehl, Vertioaia' Wam
pach, Agnes Bubr, Constance Has
sln. Henrietta SaaTfeld, Agnes
Blelemeier, Isabell Bernlng. Jo
hanna Schaffer and Mary Kinlln-
geWoodtnrn "Willing Workers
Sewing club Mable Ballard, lead
er; Margaret Jackson, president;
May Strike, Tice president; Veda
Nendel, secretary; Ruth Ballow,
Larona Byers, Luella Gngel, and
North Santiam Cooking club, dl-
Tision one Chesla Lake, leader;
Carl .Ramsey, president; Basil
Tucker. Tice nresident: Era Da-
Tis, secretary: Wayne Bond, Hel
en Harvey, Frank Tripp, Muorea
McNeal, Warren Harvey and Ju
anita Farrier. .'
Woodburn Rabbit club Myrtle
Clark and Mable Ballard, leaders;
LeRoy Hanson, president: Clair
Nelson. Tice president; Charles
Thompson, secretary; John Eapy,
Harold Gilbert, Blaine McCord
and Elmer Witham.
MISSION BOTTOM. Not.. 20.-
Miss Claire Collard was hostess
for a. party Saturday eTening, Nor
ember IS at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Collard!
The evening was spent playing
games and cards.. At a latehour
delicious refreshments were serv
ed.'- Miss Beulah Asplnwall and
Miss Sarah Naftzger helped the
hostess to serve her guests.
Those who enjoyed the . eve
ning's fun were .Mr. and Mrs. T
W. Sell wood, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Collard; Mr. and Airs., w. E.. Bar-
sett, Mrs. Clara Collard, Misses
Lila Asplnwall, Buelah Aspinwall,
Evelyn Cain, Garnet Larkins, Gail
Larking. Nina Latourette, Alice
Massey, Sarah Naftzger, Hazel
Penny, Lois Penny, Berney Scheu-
erman, Betty Sellwood, Alice
Zlelke, Berniee Zielke; Messers,
Harold Dutolt. William Collard.
Carl Stettler. Henry Stolk, Stan
ley Walker, Eliton Watts, Loren
"Watts, Cecil Scheuerman, and the
hostess. Miss Claire Collard.
A birthday dinner was given In
honor of Miss Claire Collard, by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhodes at
their frame, at Labish, Sunday,
November 17. The affair was
surprise to the honor guest. A col
or scheme of pink and yellow was
carried out by flowers and favors
at the table. The center piece was
' a cake with seventeen pink cand
les in yellow holders and a tiny
pink basket holding yellow button
chrysanthemums in the center.
Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Collard, Mr. and Mrs
Harry Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. W.
, E. Barnett.' Mrs. Clara Collard
Mr. Charles Phillip. Miss Claire
Collard, honor guest, Mias Sarah
Naftzger, Miss Evelyn Cain, Will
Mrs. Charles Phillips of Port
land has been the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhodes dur-
-lng th' past week.
Names Off icers
. - -
SWEGLE, November 20. For
the coming month the pupil off!
cers at Swegle school are as fol
Tre&Ident. Perry Darcy; vice
president. John Whitehead; sec
retary of state, Miles Welty; sec
retary of treasury. Richard lams
. secretary of war, Dwight Hanson
- attorney general. Otto Folk; post
;tnaster general, Melvin Bedient
. hereby nominate
. ' Address . ,
; Age . . . . .
. As Miss Majestic !
Please place to her credit
Only One Nomination Coupon Counts. Present this
secretary of navy Leland Curry:
secretary of Interior, Virgil Brit
tell; secretary of agriculture, Reu
ben Imlg; secretary of commerce,
Clayton Dalke; secretary of labor,
Joseph Struts; chief Justice of the
supreme court, Howard White
head. ' . - "
Pupils neither absent nor tardy
for the second month of school;
Clayton Dalke, Dwight Hanson,
Howard Whitehead.. Clara Mae
Dalke, Otto Folk. Melvin Bedient,
Leland Curry. Reuben Imlg, Per
ry Darcy, Carl Gretxinger, Ken
neth Hanson. Joseph Stonta, John
Whitehead. Laura Dalke, Carol
Schaffer. Mildred BrittelL
The first quarter has been com
pleted In both rooms, very, satis
factorily when one considers the
broken enrollment dates.
Fntday eyening, November 22,
at 7 p. m. there will be a common
ity gathering, a pot luck sapper,
social evening and organization of
a community elub.
Berniee Faldwiri is the latest
addition to our school. - She has
moved, with ' the family, to the
Rlstow place. . .'.
8ILVERTON, Not. 20. (Spe
cial) Jlenn Terry, 29, passed
away at Portland at midnight last
night following an operation per
formed on him Friday. His body
was brought here today and fu
neral services- will he held Fri
day or Saturday of this week.
Mr. Terry was born in Newberg,
but had lived in SiWerton for 11
years up until September- 1 of
this year, when he went to. Port
and. He Is surv ived by his widow.
Alice Glvens Terry, and-his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Terry.
The Ret. W. O. Livingston of
this city WM officiate at the fu
neral services. Interment will be
in Sllverton cemetery.
At High School
AMITY. November If The
dedication exercises of the Amity
high school gymnasium auditor
ium was given November 16, at
S p. m. The program was as fol
Prelude Caprice Viennols
Presentation Master of ceremon
ies, County School Superintend
ent S. S. Duncan by A. E. Mur
pby. Saxophone Solo -"Song of the
Nile" C. M. Summerville
Presentation of building to the
architect A. A. Arthur, eon
tractor. Presentation of building to the
board of directors. C. N. Free
Presentation of building to the
community and school S. - E.
Song "Alice Blue Gown"
Girls Glee Club of Amity , high
Acceptance for the community
Mayor J. D. Woodman
Acceptance for the school
Elmer Wood, president
Song A. E. Murphy, accompan
ied by Miss Zela Woods.
Address r"Modern Trends in Ed
ucations-Dean J. R. Jewell of
O. S. C.
B. U. Students
PERRYDALE, November 20.
The Perrydale community elub
met for the first time since har
vest Tuesday evening. A very
good crowd was out. E. Elliott
and his sister of the Eugene Bible
school furnished a -splendid pro
gram. Miss Elliott gave readings
and accordion solos while Mr. El
liott sang several songs. They are
very talented young people and it
was a treat to have them with
H. J. Elliott and Edna Muller
were the only ones from our com
munity who helped them with the
Miss Electa Richmond of Salem
attended the program.
After the meeting adjourned
the -young people played, games.
JEFFERSON. November 20.-
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Siegmund of
Salem were Jefferson visitors Sun
day. Miss Esther Roland left for
Portland Monday afternoon for an
extended visit with her niece, Mrs.
Sidney Beck and family.
Grace Adamson and Caryl
Chance of Albany were week end
guests of Genevieve' Wied. , .
Mrs. Anne Reynolds of Orient,
Wn., who spent the past two
weeks with, her brother, John Al
exander, and mother, recuperat
ing from a severe -UJness, plans
on leaving Thursday lor San Jose,
California, where Ihe will make
Ray Wbitsel, who Is employed at
the Simpson Logging camp near
Kings valley, spent Sunday ln Jef
ferson. Mrs. L. N. Bennett spent the
week end at Tillamook, looking
hafter business interests.
Federation o( Oregon Circuit
To Open Session Fri
day Morning v"
SILVERTON, November 10:
The semi-annual convention of the
Women's Missionary Federation of
the Oregon circuit will open here
Friday morning for. Its three ses
sions. Several hundred persons are
expected to attend the convention
from Brush Prairie. Center, and
other Washington towns besides
X::ZZ 11 1
The Dnt sesaien will open Fri-
day morning at It .o'clock, gome
substitntions have been mad In
the program as It was first an-
nouneed. Mrs. H. L. Foss who was
to have led a number of the dls-
eusslona'will be unable to do so
and her place is being tilled by
Mrs. M. A. Christenson of Astoria,
The Friday morning program In-
eludes devotion. Rev. J. M. Jen-
sea. pastor of the host ehurch. the
Immanual church at Sllverton; vo-
cal duet by Mrs. M. G. Gunderson
and Mrs. J. P. Dullum; address of
welcome, Mrs. A. - Funrue; -re-
spoase, Mrs. R. Johnson; piano
solo, Mrs. Arthur Dahl; business,
Including generel discussion of
Jr!e:.". 0"m" 7 Un-
.i !..,'. X "ir.v "r" I
mv " ,.v 7. -"i 'T
gan of Monitor reading the devo
tion. Mrs. Alvin Legard of Oregon
City win sing a vecal solo, Mrs.
M. G. Gunderson will present a
life, membership twtn ieate to Mrfc.
R. Bo rs tad. Other .numbers will
via Naa; paper by Mrs. Erie John-
son; memorial for Mrs. S. Anne
by Mrs. M. A. Christenson.
7:J0 and the program eonslsta of
j. ti .v- r. tr T 1
uofuuuUf iu nci. n. fuss, vl I
gan boio, Jonas nyoerg, tocsi
solo. Miss Clara Bjontegaard; talk
on Christian Education, Mrs. R.
Bogstad; anthem by Trinity
choir; convention offering; an
them by Immanuel choir; talk by
Mrs. M. A. Christenson.
Mrs. M. G. Gunderson is pres
ident of the convention and Mrs.
J. r. Dulium is seeretary-treas-
urer. Both of these officers Uto at
Cowboys Won't ,
On Land, Word
NEW YORK, Not. 20. AP) J
-New Tork's cowboys sre strict-
ly land going fellows.
When a black and brown steer
escaped from the. -stock yards at
the foot of 39th street today and
plunged off the dock into North
river, the boys washed their hands
of the affair.
. The agile animal was far too
elusive for their lassos as they
vainly tried to encircle the 6teer's
neck from a dock.
Some one suggest the police, an
emergency squad with trucks had
been tied up and hauled back on
the dock ln no time at alL The
cowboys refused to admit defeat.
"The steer took unfair advan
tage of us," they explained.
"Whoever heard of a seagoing
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Is Now Remodeled
WOODBURN, Nov. 20 To cel
ebrate the finishing of. the re
modeling of the interior of the
Woodburn armory, the Howitzer
company will give a dance Sat
urday, November 25. .
A-aew floor has been put ln and
permanent orchestra stand has
een placed in the north end of
the hall giving It an attractive
appearance. n vcucucs uiio
been fixed all aronnd the walls
X' 1 M Av n .
and a great deal of general lm-
provement has taken place, in ad-
from the second to the first floor.
Be Arranged by
mt jyv uuvi Liy
. . ,
(AP) Official announcement to-
day that the pope wonldNhold
BW,ret eAlSii0T7 ,SmJi?S.l!
and a public consistory three days
later led.to almost, certain belief
that a number of cardinals would
cancieg now fxisiiug ia iuc saocu
Of the maximum of 70 cardl-
nais, mere. now are oniy 99 owing
to a series of deaths. The pontiff
lias maintained his own counsel
concerning the program of the !
consistory and. it has been Impos
sible to learn what he intends to
do. Previous popes hare an
nounced the names of new cardi
nals at least one month before a
consistory. Plus XI, however,
sometimes holds his announce
ments until the consistory Itself
and sometimes until A few days
before. -, .... -
DONALD, November Z0. on
Saturday evening, November II,
Mr. and Mrs. Ered Terger held a
reception, for their son,' Norman
Yerget and his bride. The even -
ing was spent piaymg -ouv, - nign
honors going to Mrs. Aietna atii-
ler -of Woodburn and Glen Ter
ger Jr. Consolatlons.went to Mrs.
Agnes Terger of Aurora and Floyd
Walker ot Portland.
Present werer-Mr., and Mrs.-
Floyd Walker and Arthur Staples
ot Portland, Raymond' Halsted of
Boise, Idaho, Philip, Jane, Glen
Jr. and Mary Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Terger and children Patty
amd.Wilbert, Mr. and Mn. John
Kister, Frank Terger, Mrs. Ida
Trger and son Delbext all of An-
rora, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bitney
and Mr. and Mrs. Hear? Millar
and son of Woodburn. Mr. and
Mrs. Lyl Target and soa Bobbie,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tager and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Terger of Don
ald. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor of
Molalla. friends of the bride, were
also present. A number of guests
invited were unable to be present,
Mrs. Terger was Miss Helen Mayes
ox Meiaiia. The young couple re
eelved many lovely presents. -
BEING SHIPPED OUT
LARIgH, November IS Sev
bI oon Tsara bee
Mld t0PPfd ot the past sev-
W41 ! Ta8 wn oW
r mor Include E. E.
Leedy. Frank Isham, William
Daugherty and Ernest Dunn,
. The price continues to hover in
the vicinity of one dollar per
hundred. Many of the growers
cling to the hope that the price
win eventually come up to the
Tleintty of two dollars, and are
holding the larger share of the
erop with this object in view. The
prospects at the moment lend
scant hope for the possibility of a
price approaching that of last
H Company, irhich
next year wiU raise sWral hund-
w wrva ow vs uu av -Avmvuoi ev
building a large new onion house
anticipation of the tremendous
erop which will have to brhoused.
The onion house . la with cement
foundation and- of Improved de
sign. - Potatoes, which last year at
this time were plentiful and cheap
ln Htrlem cabaret
8eem. to few in ntrr.
Th do tbe onlons aBd potatoes
In History Now
Claimed by Prof
EUGENE. Ore.. Not. 2 A f kv
rr. Rorer William-. rfp..T
of chemlstrT at the UniTeniltT of
Oregon here, today laid claim to
haring received the smallest ship
ment in history.
The shipment consisted of a
particle of a substance - known as
anti-neuritle vitamin and weighed
one three hundred thousandth of
an ounce. Dr. Williams said he
l" use the substance ln research
rk he Is conducting for a large
yeast company. He declared that
only in dealing with yeast could
such a small particle be of any
The substance, Dr Williams
said, was extracted from rice pol
ish In Java and was sent to Am
sterdam to be purified.
NORTH HOWELL, Nov.
R. H. Drake, newly elected pres
ident of the North Howell Com
munity club has, made plans for
the nekt meeting to be held at the
(iu(B uu uu hue etemug ui Lrc-
Tho wsA warn wri 1 1 A1i1ai1
uv aau VT ill SW J J V UVU
uuuei iu uirctnuu 01 me ieacn-
ers, E. B. Fletcher and Mrs. El
Tin Prultt and a Christmas tree
will be the center of attraction.
Numbers will be given at the
door and prizes awarded to those
holding the lucky numbers. This
will be the first time we have had
anything in the nature ot door
prises m our com man ity and It
promises to be lntereslng.
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SILVERTON. November 20.
The annual homecoming at the
Christian ehurch at Sllverton will
h hnlil ftnnilcv anil fhm. Hmw A1-
Esson of Albany will deliver
th monl germon. Rev. Mr. Es-
1 son itas for a number of years
Pfer of the Christian, ehurch
A noon there wll,
innw th afternoon a song
M M time, members of the
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SILVERTON, Nov. IS Dr.
Bowels of Minnesota spoke before
a filled house at the "Victory
Service" at the Methodist church
The church had Jnst been re
novated, a lovely new earpet been
added, covering the entire floor,
and new steps leading to the au
ditorium had been completed. The
services took the form of a dedica
tion. Special music was furnish
ed by the- Women's Chorus and
Max Scriber sans; a vocal solo.
' Dr. Bowels spoke on missions
and the responsibility, ot the
ehnreb to that mission work.
- Snndav evenlnr at S o'clock the
fint 0f -r., jerrlces were
neid. Vesper services will be
I held each Sunday, at f until -the
i Beginning of the year. vNo even
1 ing services wiU then be held.
,J SILVERTON, November 20.
Falling on a button - hook . with
which he was playing at his home,
the little two-year, old son ot Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Hoover Injured his
right -eye Monday,. afternoon. He
was taken at once to a "doctor's
office where it was found aeees-
sary,to take Xour or Ave stitches
in the eye. It is believed that the
sight of the eye will be unlm-
paired.; .-1 "
HI CLUB II
WACONDA, November 10. An
Interesting meeting of the Wacon
da community elub was held re
cently at the home , of Mrs. Al
Lamb la Mission Bottom. The af
ternoon was spent sewing articles
to be used for Christmas cheer.
Mrs. Robert Cole was appointed
to purchase articles of fancy work
pieces for elub work.
Mrs. Richard Tuts and Mrs.
Henry Stafford tied for prises In
the word guessing contest which
had been prepared by the enter
Mrs. Frank Felton and Mrs.
Robert Cole assisted the hostess
in serring refreshments.
Mrs. van O. Kelly who Joined
theelub will be Initiated at the
The guests were: Mrs. C. M.
Hall, Mrs. C. C. Russell. Mrs.
Frank Felton and daughter, Vel-
11. William Charles Ruseell and
son Alvin, Mrs. Ed Sharff, Mrs.
Bert Jones, Mrs. Al Collins, Miss
H. Skelton, Mrs. A. W. Nusom,
Mrs. M. Flier of Portland. Mrs.
F. R. Nusom, Mrs. George Lem-
ery, Mrs. Richard Tuve, Mrs.. Bail
ey of Kansas, Mrs. Robert Fromm
and daughter Arlene and Mrs. A1--lyn
Nusom and son Donald.
The next elub meeting will.be
held at the home of Mrs. Henry
Stafford on December Bth. Mrs.
C. M. Hail and Mrs., Henry Staf
ford will be Joint hostesses. -
Mrs. E. M. Massey of Portland
has been visiting friends at Wa
eonda for the past week. Shells
the house guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Oaf fin.
The many friends' of George
Lemery will be glad to hear that
his health is much Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kleaski have
announced, thej marriage of their
son Joe, tof Carlstina Goldale of
Woodburn. The ceremony took
place at the Catholic church at
Gervais, Wednesday, November
A shooting match was held at
the home of Joe Warner's last
Sunday. Many turkeys, geese and
ducks were won for Thanksgiving
and Christmas dinners.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Nusom and
daughter. Rosemary, motored to
Portland last week accompanied
by Mrs. Nusom's mother, Mrs. M.
Flier. They report having seen
two accidents on the highway due
A birthday dinner was given
Sunday at the home of George
Brown in honor of their daugh
ter, Miss Gladys Brown, who is
teaching school this yesr at Wa
conda. Those enjoying the dinner
were: Mrs." Cora Ferrill and
daughter Veda. Mr. Alvin Merrill
and Mr. B. B. Welde all of Port
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Brown, Leslie Brown, Mr. and,
Mrs. George Brown and the guest
of honor, Miss Gladys Brown.
Miss Gladys Brown and Mrs.
Ray Barker are planning a miscel
laneous program to be given at
Waco n da schoolhouse Friday after
Thanksgiving, November 29 th.
T There will be a'supper after the
Ot Own State
EUGENE, Ore.. Nov. 20.
(AP) A message from Frederick
Steiwer, United States senator
from Oregon, received by the Eu
gene chamber of commerce to
day; assured the local group that
the solon has not been influenced
by pressure brought to bear upon
him from California in attempts
to "line up" the Oregon congress
men in favor of a naval dirigible
base at either San Francisco or
Eugene, Corvallis, Albany. Sa
lem and other Willamette valley
cities, are offering the government
a site ot unlimited proportions.
said to satisfy every requirement
and located eight miles from Cor
Arrival in City
SILVERTON, Nov. 20. (Spe
cial) Mrs. Rosie Bloom of Sec
ond street, Sllverton, passed away
at Salem at voon today a few
minutes after her arrival there.
She was being taken to a Salem
hospital on an emergency call, due
to sudden Illness. , '
She is survived by three daugh
ters,' Jf rs. William Johnson ot To
ledo, Mrs. Hugh Sheppard of Mol
The prices given below were transposed
in yesterday's Statrian. They are cor
Today's fine OldamobUe
can be purchased for as
Utthj as $1090 'delivered
here completely equipped.
Compare the value, 43 H.
P. englM,;pre35 lubri
cation forced to piston
pins, 113H tn. 'wheel base.
Fisher body, Lovejoy shock
absorbers, radlatw shut
ters, adjustable front seat,
break service. 244 square
Inchse. . Self, energising
type.- . ; , ... -
CAPITAL MOTORS, Inc.
SULK. Br St. Salem. Oregon
lala and Mlaa Bath Bloom of Sll
verton, and 'by ena eon. Howard
Bloom, of Olympla, Wash.
Funeral arrangements wm be
made ln the near future.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20.
(AP) After a eaU upon the three
Washington newspaper reporters
held at the District ot Columbia
Jail for contempt of court.- Rep
resentative LaGuardla,' republican.
New York, proposed today that
the president should pardon the
"They were simply carrying out
their daties in telling the simple
truths about prohibition," La
Guardla said, adding that while
they were in Jail bootleggers were
still at liberty and doing business
"with the fall knowledge of the
court and the authorities."
The reporters, Linton Burkett,
Gorman Hendricks and Jack Ne-
vin, Jr., were sentenced to 45 days
each for contempt of court in re
fusing to give the grand Jury cer
tain requested information about
bootleggers they had obtained in
preparing a series of articles on
crime conditions in Washington.
"Surely public opinion of the
country should come to the res
cue and prevail upon President
Hoover to exercise. the presiden
tial prerogative and. pardon these
men with the thanks ot the nation
for . having performed, their duty
and rendered a great public serv
ice, .LaGuardla said: -
LOB ANGELES. Nov.. 20.
(AP) John Dewey Bolton, 26,
was indicted by the grand jury to
day for the alleged murder of his
bride. Mrs. Lucine .Bolton, 20,
who was shvt to death November
Bolton, a dancing Instructor
drove to a branch police station
at a beach suburb after the shoot
ing, with the body of his wife ln
his automobile. He reported rob
bers had held them up and shot
her twice ln the head and. flrd
one bullet at him after she rec
ognised one of them. He bd a
flesh wound ln the shoulder. .
Investigators said the wound in
Bolton's shoulder was of such a
nature it could not have been in
flicted in the manner described.
They said they had discovered
the man was violently Jealous ot
his wife who was an usherette ln
a theater, and had threatened her.
Relatives of the woman testified
Bolton persuaded her to take out
a $5,000 life Insurance policy
with double indemnity in case of
a violent death shortly before the
Bolton wm be arraigned tomor
Utah university workers have
unearthed, a 25-foot skeleton of a
camptosaurus, flesh eating reptile,
in Emery county, Utah.
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Its volume of excess acid and
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Phillips Milk of Magnesia Is the
perfect way to end dlsgestlve dis
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HAMILTON, Bermuda (A P)
The'Bermuda aq.ua rium has ae
Qulred the largest green moray. or
glaatkeel. ever known to have been
; "Notice of School Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voters of
School District No. 24, of Marion County, State of Oregon,
that a SCHOOL MEETING of said district will be held at
the High School, on the 10th day of December, 1929, at eight .
o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of discussing the 4
budget hereinafter set out with the levying board.
. The-total amount of money needed by the said school
district during the fiscal year beginning on June 30, 1929,
and ending June 30, 1930, is estimated in the following bud
get and includes the amounts to be received from the county
school fund, state school fund, elementary school fund, spe- .:
cial district tax, and all other moneys of the district.
State School Fund
County School Fund
Elementary School Fund ....
High School Tuition
Vocational Education '. . . . . . .
District Tax ( Limitation)
Total Current Receipts ......
Revenue for Bonds Interest
District tax for redemption of bonds
I. General Control
1. Salary of Super!
2. Salary of Clerk
3. Salary of Stenographers .
4. . Compulsory Education . . .
5. , Supplies . . . ,
C. Elections, Legal. Service,
Clerks . Bonds V. ...... ,
8aperrisiom of Instruct lorn
Operation of Plant
Janitors . ,
Janitor's Supplies . .
Fuel . . ,
Light and Power
Water and Phones
Maintenance and Repairs
Repair and Replacement of
furniture and equipment.!
Repair and Maintenance of
buildings and Grounds . .
Library Books and Magazines
School Physician $
School Dentist V
Printing, Postage and
VIII. Fixed Charges
Insurance , $
Rents and other Charges...
IX. Capital Outlay
1. New Furniture and
Interest on Warrants
Total ; $2,472
Total Estimated Expenditures $37,732.0-0
1. Redemption of old bond 1910
(Bond remaining $24,640)
2. Interest on old bonds 1910
3. Redemption ot H. S. Addition
(Bond remaining $40,000)
4. Interest on H. S. Addition bonds .V. . . . 2,033
6. Redemption ot Parrish Jr. H. S. bond 1924 ($220,000).. 22,009
. Interest on Parrish Jr. H. S.
7. Redemption of Leslie Jr. H. S.
(Bonds remaining $104,000)
8. Interest on Leslie Jr. H. S. Bonds 6,200
9. Redemption of H. S. Remodelling bonds 1928 1,004
(Bonds remaining $9,000.)
10. Interest en H. S. Remodelling
11. Street assessments for paving
Total indebtednes on bonds . . .
Total Estimated Receipts
Total Estimated Expenditures
Dated this 19th day of November, 1929.
Bad get Committee
W. H. DANCY
J, F. HUGHES
W. D. EVANS
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450 . 450 450
300 800 300.
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.1 4,20.0 $ 2.800 f 3,300
. 12.150 4,200 3.000
, 200 1.000 1.250
.... 200 200
.173.485 343.320 $78,695
800 400 COt
. 1,000 1,000 1,000
250 150 100
. 9,000 $ 4,500 f 4.500
. 1,000 T50 750
. 3,000 1.800 1.200
. 1.100 100 700
. 1,100 700 700
300 260 260
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150 $ 150 200 600
3.000 1,000 1.000 5,000
350 $ 1,080 $ 1.500 $ 3.93
400 400 400 1,204
100 100 100 300
500 $ 600 $ 500 $ 1,504
200 200 100 600 .
100 100 100 300
1,700 600 500 2,700
200 100 100 400
600 200 200 900
200 150 150 500
100 60 50 200 .
900 $ 800 $ 500 $ 2,204
100 100 100 20'i
$ 700 $ 700 $ 400 $
$ 824 $ 824 $ 824 $
bonds 1924 ($100,000)... 10,004
Bonds 1928...." 13,000
bonds ... 454
bonds . ..... 11,091
4. H. H. OLINGER
L. J. SIMERAL
E. L. W1EDER
F. B. NEER
W. H. BTJRGHARDT.
x District Clerk.