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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View This Issue
Friday, J u t 12, 1931.
Mi Anmliil SlruJlmjii
Ccorge McMillan ami wife were
;) from Cherry villc for a visit
ovvr i lie week-end N.toinl IV c
Miliau who ii.s litcii i:;liinji In
I'or'luiul. relumed with tlum ac
companied by At line Sone also
ol Chcrryviik A'.iss Stone and
Hie McMillans (Itpattcd for tluir
homes on momlay.
Mildred Suidoid departed for
Lyons, Oregon, where she w id vis
it timing tin MiiniDtr.
Word has hem received by Am
abel Strodtman that Misses Helen
Fidconcr and Helen Wells ore
enjoyirvj their vacation at the
ranch home ol Miss Falconer':
f.iilur near Ininaha, Oregon The
yountf ladies who were ins! rucor
In the Lexington school dmin:'
the pist year. luvc i-cen lu.r.r
jiueslsat several 'ui l. ivrtiijn
parties in Fntcrpmc.
Dr. and Mrs Kay White of Oak
land are visitii jj fi kin's nd rila
tnvcsln tnis city.
Miss Opal Leach has as her
K'.iest Cora Johnson of OakLiiJ.
Mis Johnson will hc.rinumbrel
as a Turner rcsidn t of Lexington.
W. K. Harnett ami fa vily wer.
dinner msts in tl.c K H. ilia
home. K. A. I Jacket t ;,'id wife spent
spent Sunday at IliJaway. A m n
herofotCer people also motored
to the mountains on that day.
Amonn lhe?e were c.ui alien.
IMu-rt McMillan, Alec Hunt, A I'..
Hunt, with their wives an.' :. i: ...
lv.!her Inrtioin and Eva Wil
cox. Mrs. Kvcrcltc Maiiman of j'(t.
land Clay Long and wife of San
Francisco have heen visitors a!
the R. II Unc home.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING
A wci k-tnc fishing hip j k.
Blue Mountains was cnjoed In
a number of young men ofth;'
vicinity They were Vernon Sc tt
Ray Phillips, Sanford Iul
Nichols and Janus Leach.
Rose and Vester Thornburg
returned home the first of the
week froui I'endleton where they
madeashorl stay with their mother.
"The average mokcr wastes
enough on tobacco by the time
lie is lifty years of age to pay
fora good home and furnishings.
'1 he money Silent for tobacco j
would pay the expenses of ourj
federal government-army, navy
post-office, congress, President,
Vice I 'resident, cabinet and all."
Wherefore do ;e spend youi ;
wvr.ej for u.u ahull is not!
tread, and ,t;ur fibo) .'or that'
u huh satis;. i .'.' t.ot? j
If you taker.leciiol habitually:
1. In.: re your stimaeh, liva,'
ii.eii.i.ys, heart, blood-vesseis,
nerves, and brain.
2. You decrease your opacity
U. You lower Use grade of your
n.ind and morals.
. You lessen your longevity.
5. You entail misery upon your
Is a riK re business proposi
tion: Is your ulass of beer
your battle of wine, your high
ball or yoin cocktail, worth
such a price?
THE HILLS AHEAD
llif hiils abend look hard ami
strep and high,
.V; ! "fen we b"h'W th-m v !.
Hut as we near them level grows
the road ;
Wo find on every tlupe with ev
Tiv.' climb is not so rtci'p the- tup
T!ie hills ahead look harder than
There; never ernes a h.iil-a task--a
I! it as we near it-easier the wav. :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voter of School
DiHtfict No. 35, of Morrow County, State of Oregon, that a School
Mect'ting ( f Haid district will be heid at thi school house on the
15th day of June, 1031, at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon for the
purpose of discussing the budgat herein after sctout with the levy
ing board and to vote on the proposition of voting a special district
The total amount of force needed by the said school district
during the fiscal year beginnig June 150, 1032, and ending June .'50,
1032 is estimated in the following budget and includes the arnouns
to be received from the county (school fund, state school fund, ele
mentaay school fund, special district tax, ahd all other moneys of
Winn the lui.ltf. t nu-t lhitf l la! Jin conni-ttion with the annual ichool
ma-linK, the follliwini' provUinn of lit lion 2)2, School l.nwi of 1929,
ulioulil he ol'St rvcd: "Unill (lie liallottare counted at kat one hour aft
er the lti if t-t tor the iinitiii in tiiklt let of the tt'eond cl.nu-i, any It
Kill voter oi the iJitirkrt (hall he entitled to vote upon any matter he
fore the meeting
I' lar-cc on Land at beginning of school
year (third vond.iy in June) for which
this budget is made .$
l'mm county school fund, 991.21
3. I'Vom state school fund
I I'ii in ' in Try school fund
(I. For tuition, below hihschool .
7. From county high school tuition fund
fortuition and tr'n.-mwtaVon .
10. Total evUmaU-d receipts
1. IVrsomd Service:
Element. High Total
THE KILOWATT KIDDIES
Tll!2 KILOWATT CIULLKS Stand (juicily on watch
to see that your food is Kept below the fifty-degree dan
ger point. They are senlin.-l.; of safely, ever to gnanl
The Kilowa't Kiddies r. on tlic duty at you Electric
Kcfrigcral.-i v.hcther t u r.rc there to watch tl.cm or no1
They have i ever 1 ccn L n v.n to leave footprints on the
spotless li.u.tiin of ,vr' kiielh-n. Yet their service decs
not end with providing nvre ice . Charlie and Clara Kil
owatt see to it that their ice cubes are just the right si.c
to tinkle tantaliin;;ly in ftlasnsof the bevchryit clul's.
The Kilowatt Kiddies in your electric Refrie;.:!or nr.akc
the most delicious frozen sair.ds and deserts,- even ice
cream. All you d. is mix the ingredients,- tl ey do the
dot rest. In few rolc-dr the Kilowatt Kiddies perform
morn satisfying Uutn as the invisible icemen accompa
nying every lilcctrical Refrigerator.
(1) Superintcndept.. $i."i;j0.
(2) Cler; 2.-.
2. Supj lies 20.
15. Klections and publicity G..
4. Legal service 15.
ft. Total expense, Ccn Control
III. INSTRUCTION -TKACM.vt:
1. rorsonal St-rvice:
(1) Teachers $120).
(2) '! ..ching.... 112').
(:?) Teaching 1215.
( I) Teaching 1X0
2. Supplies TA
0. Text biwks. desk and Ind. 10.
J. Text blinks. 110.
G. Total Kxpcnsc Teaching
IV. OPERATINN GF PLANT
1. Persona! Sorvite
(1) Janitors & other Serv. $310.
2. Janitor's supplies o0.
3. Fuel :;oo.
1. Light and power . UK).
5. Water 15.
8. Total Expense of Operations
V. MAINTENANCE V HE PAIRS
1. Rci)air and replacement
furniture and Equipment $ 10.
Repair and maintenance of
buildings and grounds 100.
4. Total Expense Maintenance & Rep.
VI. AUXILIARY AGENCIES
2. Library books; $ 25.
3. Supplies, repairs, etc ... 10.
',1 Transportation of pupils
C) iV'n-d j.-vloe.... 1M5.
5. Tola! E;;vns2 Atxla; y Agencies..
VII. FIXEP CL'ARGES
1 Insurance ;I100.
5. Total Fixed Charges
Amount of Bonded Indebtedness $34,000.00
Amount of Warrant Indtbtcddejs 15.1C3 G4
Total Indebtenefs $4(MC3 C4
Datsd this 23rd day of May, 1931.
Delia M. Corson - Ruth V,. Masson
Chairman of School Hoard
S ' ' ! 'ifPnt'. -' 'A i' S f T aVi i i
hyi ii ill I 0
CsrJqWt hH fyl SERVICE
'Always at yur Service"
1. Princl; bo':ds
2. Print!,. ! on warrants.
4. IntciY-' ,n bonds
4 Intoiv t on warants
I) Total D.htSvTricc ...
3. Total Em rency
Summary of EMimatcJ Expenses
or U.iniycni from June :'0, )31 to June 30. 1132
Maintenance i; '. ivpairs
TuLul estimated q.inses for thj year $25,510.00
Total Estimate! receipts not including
proposed tax 5,810.20
Habnce, anvmr.L to be raised by
district tax .
TF YOU went to bed poor and
woke up to find yourself
possessed of a million dollars,
what would you do? With ruth
less satire and keen humor Peter
B. Kyne vividly portrays the ex
citing adventures of Elmer Clarke
with his suddenly acquired mil
lion; how he had to side
step, duck and run to (p
escape the "gold diggers."
Fiction of Dash and Thrill New Serial for
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