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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1929)
IKifMti NOTICE OP SCHOL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voters of School
j District No 35, of Morrow County, State of Oregon, that a SCHOOL
l MEETING of said district will be held at Ion school hnute nn the
25th day of November. 1929. at 1:30 o'clock in theafterncon for the
purpyse of discussing the budget hereinafter set out with the levying
tboard, and to vote on the proposition of levying a special district tax.
The total amount of money needed by the said school district
Frlday.Nov .15, 1929.
RlTB DlNC.U, Report.r
On Wedneaoay, December
Willows Granite and Kbea Creek during the fiscal year beginning on June 30. 1929, and ending June
Grunge will meet with Lexingcon j30, 1930, is estimated In the following budget and includes the
Grnttin joint beiion for the I amounts to be received from the county school fund, state school
purposeufinstalling new officers.' fond, elementary school fund, special district tax and all other mon
The affair w hied is open to the! eys of the district
public, will be followed with a
Wednesday evening, Novembtr
6th,' at Leache's hall. Officers
were elected and candidates were
given the first and second de
grees. The candidates were Mr.
and sirs. Earl Warner, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Duval!, Helen Falcon
Mae Gentry. Peggy Warner,
Edith Tucker, Ellis Moyer and
Most of the officers of the
Grange were reelected for a sec
ond term. The results of the elec
tion wer as follow: Master J.
Pevine;Gverse r, Harry Dingeu;
Lecturer, Emma Pc; Steward, !
Miles Martin; Chaplain, bertha;
DingesjTreasurer. Orville CuU
forth; Secretary, R. B. Wilcox;
Gate Keeper, Ted McMillan; Ce-,
res, Ruth Din gee; Pomona, Fay I
Gray; Flora, Clara Nel'.on; Lady j
Assistant Steward. Beulah Nich-j
o!s; Assistant Steward. Karl Mil
ler; and Executive CommitUe, j
George Peel, Gent Grsy anf A. '
After the initiation and election j
of officers, a short program,!
sponsored by Eva Lane was en
Jo red. The members of the Grange I
bsve bien divided into three sec-!
turns, each section entertaining
during one lecture hour. One!
ember is put at the head of the'
three sections. This program was
the first given under the new
plan. Following the program,
cake, coffee and ssndwichee were
The Name Tells the Story.
P. C. Balsiger
J& Clark & Linn J&
Carpenter Work, Painting, Pa
per Hanging and General Re
Do ll now inxtpad .f waiting for lo
BMmw. or next twk, or n-t trouta.
Nine chitnree ant of Ira yon will Had
prorraetlnatloa rulna you. Rt-uietnler,
a eece of tony li worth a pound of
yeeterdMye anil a too of tomorrow.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Thur., 7:30P. M
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muting. Um fclkwiag pnriiioa at wtut 2iZ, SJumI Um 1929, tWU
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taat art foe iIm aattiag ia dutricti f iht tecsad aad dure clautt, aay le
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1. Balance or hand at beginning of school year for which
thlsbudj.it is made , $ 8142.77
2. From county school fund.. 1G75.34
5. State school lund J 448.22
4 From elenur.tary school tu.id 1535.62
6. Eroru tuition for pupils below high school 112.60
7. From county high school tuition 2100.68
9. Receipts from all other sources 12 76
10. Total estimated receipts (ittms 1 to 8, Inc.) 9027.79
Personal service $15,440.00
Supplies . . . 680.00
Maintenance and repaiis. - 600.00
Debt servie 6135.00
Construction . 400,00
Amo-mt of bonded indebtedness $117,000.00
Amount of warrant Indebtedness Ji.715.00
Total indebtedness $40,715.00
DatJd Mil 7th day of Nooimbtr, 1929.
IMa M. Corson Ruth B. Mason
District Clerk Chalaman Board of Directors
Wrltlaa Ceatarlaa Af ,
Though lli mlllt or Ood grlutl
elowly, jrtt they erlnd etetedine,
mill Though wltti patience, lie
aiamla wnltlng, with exactneu grind
he all,' wm written by rredrk-n voa
I.ohmu. who lived from 10tH to Win,
lie wna one ot the moat Uglily ea
teemed epIgruiMimtlaU and utlrlmi
of lilt day.
BlreV Longevity '
The lite of dovee end plgenm In
general li eboul 10 lo lft yeare In
captMly under favorublo ctrvum
Inncea then birds might live a longer
mm awe fix
Saainlai ll Ua
very human point a potential
mualcal lntruim-nl capable of flue,
pleewnt mualc. It all depende upon
you the nmelclanand bow you ad
Juat voureelf to eoclety end to lnlt-vldiiiila.
Rev. W. W. HEAD. P-ator
11:00 A. M.:C. E. at 6:45, P. M i'
Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:3t j
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I
Sunday School 10:00 A. M !
Prayer Meeting Thurs. Evening J
C. E.: 6:30; Presching Service, i
at 7:30 P. M.
Maj every tecond Sunday in lone
during Nov, Dec., Jan, Feb, Mar.
April and May at 10:30 A. M. in !
the home of Mr. J. P. O'Meara.
In June, July, August, September
and October there will be ma at
9:30 A. M.
Rev.Thos, J. Brady, Pastor. .
1. rWaatl Strike
. ICkrk 50.
2. Supp'tH 10.
J. Eciunt tad tubUctty )0.
4. Lil Kfvice 20.
C. Total Expeusc of Ceneral
Control f 2460.00
2. 24W. 1211.
3 1J50 12tlo,
6. Sappect Ioa loo.
4. Tta boat, 12.-H, I2..'k
6. Total Expense of Teaching $9045.00
IVOPERATION OF PLANT
L Janitors t4C5.00..
2. janitors' supplies 50.00
3. Fuel 300 00
4. Light and power ..... 100.00
5. Water 37.50
Total Expense of Operation
NAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
1. Repair and replacement of
furniture and equipment. $100.00
2. Repair and maintenance of
buildings and grc unds 150 00
Total Expense & Repairs
VI. AUXILIARY ACENCIES
2. Library books $50 00
2. Health service
2. Snpplies and other
3. Transportation of pupils
1. Personal service.. 1755.00
4. Other auxiliary agencies
2. Sjppiies 100.CO
Total Expense of
Avxiliary Agencies $3870.00
VII. FIXED CHARCES
1. Insurance $100.10 $100.10
Total Fixed Charges $200. 20
VIII. CAPITAL OUTLAYS
New sites 200.00 200.00
New furniture and
equipment 200.00 200.00
6. Cther Capital ootlavs
l.Play Ground $100.00
Total Capital Outlays $900.00
IX DEBT SERV ICE
1. Principle on bonds $1600.00
2. Principal on warrants.. 1000.00
4. Interest on bonds 2035.00
5. Interest on warrants 600.00
9. Total Debt Service
1 $ 416 91
3. Total Emergency
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rhrough them. The en, onmtwrlnf
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the edeatrlao, whoae fumlljr alwajta
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Total Estimated Expanses for the rekr24.312.11
Total estimrted teceipts not including
toe proposed tsx 5,885.02
Balance, amount to be raised by
district tax.... $18,427.09
Summary of Estimated Expenditures
For school year from June 30. 19... to June 33, 19...
ins of four girls
J tn a shabby old
to be orovided for and
education the father's
slender means and
that father threatened
with blindness Ella
was fairly well ac
quainted with the
problems of life. Her
ups and downs.her un
and triumphs of man
agement, make a finely
pleasing and cheerful
tory. A A A A A
Mrs. Lulu Horning, VV. C.
T. U. Worker Dies
sirs. Lulu Hornimr, for years
an active worker In Portland and
Gresham brsnches of the Worn.
en's Christian Temperance Union
and io the Gresham lodge of the
baatern Star, died suddenly at
her heme near Greshaui, Monday,
from a heart attack.
JMrs. Horning had gone into a
field, neas ber home, where ber
hnsband, C. O. Horning, wss
working, when she was stricken
Death was Immediate.
Mrs. Horning was born at Bel-
mond. Iowa, August 27. 1873.
She came to Oregon more than
30 years ago. She is survived by
two nrothers, both of Portland.
H. V. and B. J. Rand, and two
sisters, Mrs. Lucy Harbison of
Morgan, Ore., and Mrs. Clellur.il
of Portland. She is also survived
by her three children, Lowell R.
Horning, of Portland: Elizabeth
Horning of Gresham and Mr. D.
George, of Denver, Colorado.
funeral services were held on
Thursday at EUward iiolman &
Sn, with Interment in Lincoln
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In 1478 agreeing to puhllali IKJ0 euplet
of the Bible. Juki hnw long I line
Blblea were In iirepnrntlim la rti-but-aMe,
but the Mrxl mnn nt alia In
that locality, Venice, cur IIH'A mid b
the name printer plvee the eHllne
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aieeu tbeeeeond and fourth Tuea.
day oteaeh month
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Meet erery Friday evening.
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HUNCH till ANN KKKKKAH Nn a.
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Thuredny of eiicli month.
N. (h, Ucilt Briilaw
Stcu Vtrd liicki
The Coed Old Day
Mimiltcra of the gold runh In the
lllack tlllla are to be preeerved In a
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