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6 Heppner Gazette Times, June 8, 1944
Irrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOTTN
Sam Umiker and daughter Kath
leen arrived home Monday after a
few days spent at Castle Rock.
Mrs. G. E. Reiman and daughter
Roberta and Mrs. J. Bartel and son
Elder of Dryden Wash, visited their
brother, E. R. Schneider and family
over the week-end leaving Monday.
Betty Acock and Lois Markham
cadet nurses stationed at La
Grande, came home June 1 and left
Monday after visiting with their
parents, the C. W. Acock and Harry
Smith families. Betty, was also in
The Dalles for a short time with
her sister, Mrs. Merry Allen.
Mrs. Wm. Graybeal arrived home
Sunday from the Ordnance hospital
where she was operated on for
Grace Haney got back from Spo
kane Monday where she visited her
mother, Mrs. Mildred Haney. and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaharding
were Irrigon visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Doris Gollvhom and son
Wayne spent Sunday with her pa- Of Livestock
rents, the A. H. Jacksons of Hepp
Schedule VI Summary of Estimates of Expenditures, Receipts and Available Cash Balances, and Tax Levies
ESTIMATION OF TAX Bond Inter- Special Im-
LEVY Total All General est and provement
(1) Funds Fund Total Siinking Fund Total
'' (2) Sch.edH Fund Total Sched.V
Total estimated expenditures $ 57,490.40 $ 52,290.40 $ 2,200.001 1$ 3,000.00
DEDUCT: " .
Total estimated receipts and available cash balances
(Schedule I) -.. 33,230.00 33,230.00
Amount necessary to balance the budget 24,260.40 19,000.40
Total Estimated Tax levies for ensuing fiscal year 24,260.40 '
Analyses of estimated tax levies: III
Amount inside 6 limitation 22,060.40 I
Amount outside 6 limitation 2,200.00
1. Amount of bonded indebtedness (include all ne
gotiable interest-bearing warrants issued un
der section 111-1016, 'O. . C. L. A.)
4. Total Indebtedness (sum of items 1, 2, 3)....
Dated this May 24, 1944.
Signed: Bonnie B. McQintock
Leta M. Humphreys
Chairman, Board of Directors
Approved by Budget Committee May 24, M44.
Signed: Virginia Roeewall Jos. J. Nys
Secretary, Budget Committee Chairman, Budget Committee
Shortage of Feed
Calvert is the Union Pacific agent Farmers Urqed tO
at Ordnance where they have been ij. . i ki
located since the first of Novem- Make LODOr Needs
The statewide program
,ber, 1942. He was agent at Joseph lnftwn nf ftffsVrt
for 24 years and it was there that ,xnuyyn VITICe
for re- the Calverts and Crawfords became Farmers of Morrow county have
duction. of livestock numbers on friends. been asked to cooterate in makine
The Earl Connells spent Sunday Oregon farms in view of prospec- : ; their expected labor needs known
evening in Boardman with the Gene tive feed supplies was supplement- MOVE TO MEDiFORD immediately to the county farm la-
Lewis family. e(j recently bv War Foods Admin- Ralnh Wilson is nrenarine tr bor emolovment office sn that ar-
Teen-age boys .and girls, working
both as individuals and in organ
ized groups, will provide the big
gest potential farm labor supply in
Morrow county this year, Rice
said. Farmers needing one, two, a
half dozen, or more boys or girls
for seasonal work in crop harvest
ing or for full-time summer work
may make their needs known at
yiwv oiuiui KUl. d MUdll uiewe Ul lSt.rat.Or V arvin .lonps. acrnrrtma tn mnvo hio familv in TVTorltnrH mVioro rrrifTpmpnts mav Ko marlo irx tra . ...
tSdtaJIJ'w COUnty C- COnrad' tHey dUratin PSSible farm W01'ker n XmenT ie" bei' mad?,
ri Ji, ',DesPite e ased wMe he is in Service' lh' mce' Mo.rw. couMy Women will also be available in
" a"- feed Droduction and the imnnrt.s nf " iarm labor assistant said tins week,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sodders and
all the ifpprl that rvilr tranonnrt a IN N LAYLSLKti TVio 1T
, ,( , . " ..xwx ivvy lailll XUJL
uuun, xc ua tion facilities woud Mr, and Mrs. R L. Benge drove office at
i ivr p hTi - lS n0t enough feed t0 suPflv t0 Fand Sunday where they the wokers it can to help harvest
sister, Mrs. raul riaberiein and la- the
m"y- hnvP " .Tonp Tt ,;n u u ;uj i, t ' .-ui ciop workers this year and many
vy ixi kt iic- aw a v Liicy vwiicu at ur jiuiiic ui qo iai ui auvaiitc eta uuaMUic uic
Mrs. Frank needs of both full-time and season-
Heppner is recruiting all . , , , ., . i
. i i i . informed through the schools in
most instances of the necessity for
have," Jones said,
mr. ana ivirs.- narvey warner cessary to adjust our livestock and Mrs. Benge's sister,
went to Hermiston Thursday. They poultry numbers to the available Baird of Newberg.
brought Estlier and Beth home. The feed supplies.. The balancing of
girlg had been visiting their grand- livestock and feed supplies will be
parents and attending the church in the real interest of the livestock
school there. . produrers themselves. They are the
Donna Moore of The Dalles spent orly ones who can accomplish it."
a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Si- This year's food production ob
nice Moore. jectives for Gregn suggest the
Paula Haberlein and Lucile Jones gfeate't reduction in beef cattle,
are home for their summer vaca- F r three successive years Oregon
tion from Marylhurst college where farmers have increaced the num
they spent their freshman year. ber oi beef cattle dailT and
Johnny Sweringen, S2c, left last hcgs- Conrad savs' and current feed
Thursday after spending a few days EU?Plles m Seneral are not adequ
with his parents the J. O. Swerin- at3 to msure a sound feeding pro
gens and Mrs. Grace Foster of Her- P13"1-
- - -- .
Mrs. Ed Houghton and son Bruce
are back from Kelso, Wash where
she has been visiting her people.
She will now return to her home in
The Ernest Bediwells of Ontario
al helpers, Rice explained.
of them are
in the fields.
signing up for work
f, ., : , ,, . -.,
"IjEVIL" TURNS ORCIIARDIST
Lauren Corwin, erstwhile print
ers devil at the Gazette Times,
hes gene to Hood River to spend
tha summer on his grandfather's
farm. Contrary to the general as
sumption, their arf pociA r1fvi1s
and the Roy Bediwells of Sunny- and Lauren is one of them.
side came to Emery Bediwells Tues o
day and remained until Thursday. OLD FRIENDS MEET
Mrs. Jack Smith had a major Sunday caillers at the O. G.
operation Tuesday and seem to be Crawford residence were Mr. and
getting along nicely. Mrs. E. M. Calvert of Ordnance.
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