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Tlit OREGON STATESMAN! Safen. Oregon, Tuesday Morning. July 22. 133 J
Superintendents ? Will Hold
Annual Conference in
Salem August 4-6
The Oregon County School Su
perintendents' association Will
hold Its annual three-da? conven
tion la Salem beginning Monday.
August 4, according to announce
ment made by C. A. Howard, state
superintendent of schools.
Featuring the program will be a
discussion of the proposed revi
sion of the county supervisory
lxw. The report on the reorgani
sation of rural schools will be
made by J. W. Crites, of the state
educational department Revision
of the eighth grade examination
law and other legislative matters
also win be discus:: ".
The principal addresses will be
given by Governor Norblad and
Mr. Howard. The association ban
quet will be held Monday night
The complete program follows:
Monday, August 4
Greetings, Governor A. W. N6rr
blad, chairman state board of
Address, Superintendent Cf A.
The County Superintendent and
the Selection of Teachers; .Super
intendent Martha E. Mulkey of
Coos county, chairman;. Superin
tendent Katherine J. Harris of
The Revision of the County
School Supervisory Law; Super
intendent Josiah Wills of Polk
county, chairman: Superintendent
Edith S. Ackert of Douglas coun
ty; Superintendent J. A. Teager
of Umatilla county.
Plans for County School Super
vision; Superintendent Mary L.
Fulkerson of Marion county, chair
man; Superintendent Edna Geer
of Linn eounty; James M. Burgess
of thestate depeartment of edu
cation. Association dinner. Elks club,
9:30 p. ni.
Tuesday, August 5
Report on Reorganization of
Rural Schools; J. W. Crites of the
state department of education.
Self-Rating Blank for County
E. H. Castle of Benton county,
chairman; Superintendent A. M.
Cannon of Lincoln county; Pro
fessor R. J. Clinton, of the Oregon
Information on Tests and a
Testing Program; James M. Burg
ss of the state department of
Institute Themes in the Light of
Oregon Education Plans; Super
Indent E. A. Sayre of Union coun
ty, chairman; Superintendent
James S. Coin of Tillamook coun
ty. Wednesday, August 6
Interpretation of School Laws,
Superintendent C- A. Howard.
Revision of Eighth Grade Exr
mf nation Law; Superintendent L.
B. Gibson of Hood River county,
chairman; 'Superintendent T. F.
Brumbaugh of Wasco county.
Recommendations on the O. S.
T. A. Resolutions and Legislative
Program; Superintendent Kenneth
Wall of Lake eounty, chairman;
Superintendent Fred Peterson of
Klamath county; Superintendent
Lawrence W. Rakes of Sherman
Report of resolutions commit
tee; Superintendent J. Alton
"Thompson of Deschutes county,
chairman; Superintendent Roy E.
"Cannon - of Multnomah county;
Superintendent J. E. Myers of
Final Census Report Is
Made Showing 111,217 as
Population for District
The final report from the Salem office on the second. Oregon
census district enumeration for 1139 gives lllJX?' population and
10,218 farms. The count of 1920 gave 96.707 population and 1 831
farms, and that ef 1910 77,800, population and 7910 farm. The
total cost of taking this census was $13,248.52 for pay ef all enom-'
erators, elerks and special workers from the Salem office, Including
maintenance and mileage. ....
The following Is the table by counties
Population . . Farms -
. 1930 1920 1910 1930 1990 1910
Polk .10,851 14.1S1 13,489 1.886 1.7C1 1,657
Tillamook ...11,805 8,810 8,200 813 797 OBI
Yamhill 22.029 20,529 18,285 2.695 2.592 2,218
Marlon 00,532 47,187 39,780 4,825 3,081 3,430
111,217 90,707 77.800 10.218 8.831 7.910
Following is a table showing the complete report of the work
of the population and farm enumerators for the four counties:
Report of Second Oregon District
Marion Polk Tillamook Yamhill Total
Population ... C0.532 10,851 11,805 22,029 111,217
Kon residents. 10 7 3 0 20
I Unemployed . 2,352 088 . 304 055 4,059
Agriculture .. 295 89 31 119- 534
Farms 4,825 1.S85 813 2,695 10,218
and nuts 4.06S 1,492 0 2,363 7,923
Irrigation 10S 12 10 7 143
Distribution .. 53 17 14 30 114
Manufactures . 12 0 0 8 .it
Indians 194 147 15 239 595
Deaf or blind . 264 11 11 32 318
Total Pay 86,239.47 32.500.31 $1,825.69 $3,443.39 $14,008.80
The item on non residentsO
means that the enumerators in
the four counties found 20 people
who claimed residence in other
states, and whose data were tak
en and forwarded to the Salem
office, and thence to Washington
on special slips provided. This
includes some who came direct to
the Salem office to give In the
facts of their enumeration. If
residents of these four .counties
were traveling in other states
during the , census period, andl
were enumerated correctly there,
they do not show up in the above
figures. Their names will be en
tered on the proper schedules at
Washington. This will not like
ly add many to the totals.
There will not be as many as
4059 unemployed reported for
the district. That total merely
shows that this number of people
able to work reported that they
did not work the day before the
enumerators called. Many of
them were on vacations, were
sick, or for several other reasons
were not working.
The 534 schedules on inciden
tal agriculture cover the number
carrying ou some farming opera
tions, but not enough to be re
ported in the classification of
farmers, having three acres or
more under cultivation or pro
during $250 or more In value in
1929 of farm products.
The irrigation schedules, 143
in all, show that many projects
on individual farms, or accom
modating up to four farms. Larg
er irrigation projects were taken
direct, from Washington.
The distribution and manufac
tures schedules show the number
taken by the regular population
and farm enumerators, those tak
en by the special enumerators
Indians are such, or with sufficient-Indian
blood to be known
in their neighborhood as Indians.
There was no segregation of the
deaf and blind. There were 318
either deaf or blind.
The fruit and nut schedules
were taken only for the farms in
Marion, Polk and Yamhill as in
other counties in the country in
which these are major industries.
The above totals in dollars are
the amounts vouchered for the
pay of the population and farm
enumerators in the four counties,
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NATIONAL DODGE- DEMONSTRATION MONTH
the total being $14,00141. The
total pay ef the special distribu
tion and manufacture enumera
tors ' tor the district was $1.-
113.40, and that for elerks In
and' working from the Salem cen
sus office direct was $3071.21.
Including travel pay and per
diem, or a- grand total of $18,-
248.61. . -
8alem Appears as -
The totals on tne special at
tribution . and manufacturers
schedules were: Salem dry, 472
distribution and ft manatee
teres. . For the district outside of
Salem: If arloa eounty. 1 14 dls
tributlon and 11 manufactures;
Polk. 2$ distribution and 13
manufactures; Tillamook. 13 S
distribution- and II - manufac
tures; Yamhill. 620 .distribution
and 64 manufactures. Grand total
outside of Salem. 164$ . distribu
tion and 124 ' manufactures.
Grand total ot. all such special
schedules on distribution and
manufactures. 2313. The manu
factures do not Include sa4r mills
were taken by the forest reserve
The amount paid to special dis
tribution and manufactures
enumerators outside ' of - Salem
was $318. In Salem city. $346.40;
total for all. $11C3.4.
. The population In Salem's city
Umlts la. shown as It JIO. This
does' not include any -people in
the snbarbs. or in -what Is knvwn
as the metropolitan -area outside
of the city limits. It does not in
clude such Institutions as that
for the feeble minded, tuberculo-
IndUn school. :te. ete. Even
Marlon county does not gtt the
benefit of ' any of the Indian
school students, excepting only
the ones having no other, home.
All the Test are supposed to be
taken at their, homes on reserva
tions or elsewhere. They have
the same status" for- census pur
poses as Willamette university or
SACK AT TILLAMOOK
JEFFERSON. July 21 Mrs.
home t Tillamook Friday, attest
a yWt with relatives' fa and
around Jefferson. Her grand
mother, Mrs. S. E. Benson acconn
panied her home, and will spend
some time llting at Tillamook
- GO TO CENTRAL OREGON
MEHAMA, July 21 . Artta
Olsen and . George Guise ndoyeit
left Friday for a trip which will
take, them into the Deschutes teiw
ritory and central Oregon Mr
Guiaendoyer's home Is in Casca
and logging . operations. - which sis hospital, school for the deaf. Elmer Lamb returned
kw and EnerA
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