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6 Heppner Gazette Times, January 18, 1945
COUNTY CLERK'S SEMI ANNUAL REPORT
July 1,1944 to Jan. 1,1945.
1943-44 taxes 8,840.61
GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT
July 1 Warrants outstanding ,. k
Total of 409 claims allowed by County Court
Warrants issued for above claims - .
3,009.17 1937 taxes
21 ftW 7J 1935-31 texes
AW- 1930 and prior ...
Total warrants paid by Treasurer
Jan. 1 General Fund Warrants Outstanding
GENERAL ROAD FUND ACCOUNT
July 1 Warrants outstanding .
Total of 235 claims allowed by County Court
Warrants issued for above claims........
Total warrants paid by Treasurer..
Jan. 1 General Road Fund Warrants Outstanding ..
RODENT FUND ACCOUNT
July 1 Warrants outstanding
Total of 27 claims allowed by County Court
Warrants issued for above claims
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Total warrants paid by Treasurer... ..
Jan. 1 Rodent Fund Warrants Outstanding
TAYLOR GRAZING FUND
Total of , two claims allowed by County Court
Warrants issued for above claims.
Total warrants paid by Treasurer
Total on hand and received .
Turned over to the County Treasurer... 4214,438.61
Under collections : . . 2.85
On "deposit with Treasurer $ 2.806.86
On deposit in bank. 14,552.32
On hand, Dec. 31, 1944 278.33
Balance on hand and on deposit : ...$ 17,637.51
Total disbursements and balance : 4232,078.97
TEMPORARY AUTO PERMITS
CIVIL FEES AND MILEAGE
JOHN H. FUITEN,
Sheriff of Morrow County.
. Turkey Dinner
$1.00 per plate
Roy and Belly Lieuallen
Financial Statement- of Morrow County,
Oregon, Jan. 1,1945,
Less County Owned Properties.
Cash in hands of Treasurer - $221,490.96
United States War Bonds 80.000.00
Taxes Receivable (Delinquent) : 33,141.65
Taxes Receivable (Current) .. 33,338.19
Warrants Outstanding (General Fund) $ 2,647.19
Warrants Outstanding (General Roads) k... 2,240.54
Warrants Outstanding (Miscellaneous) 63.25
Estimated Revenues (Taxes) 66,479.84
Current Surplus (includes amounts due all funds, including
School Districts) 296,539.98
Outstanding Road Bonds .
C. W. BARLOW,
TREASURER'S SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
July 1, 1944 to Jan. 1,1945.
Balance on hand July 1, 1944 - $253,691.04
Taxes from Sheriffs office -
Taxes from Assessor's collections
Clerk's office fees
Sheriffs fees and mileage
Temporary auto permits
Realty rentals -
Sales and rentals, Road Department .
Miscellaneous fines and forfeited bail -..
Interest on irreducible school fund , 1,210.65
State school support, fund. - 10,913.87
U. S. Government refund on road work. .
Miscellaneous refunds -
Motor license funds
Interest on time deposits at bank.
Interest on War Savings Bonds
County Fair fund ... :
Taxes from Umatilla county
Alcoholic beverage tax
Tax on amusement devices
Contents, confiscated slot machines -
Miscellaneous items -
Grand Total - ...$508,775.29
General county expenses $ 21,392.77
General county roads .. 25,693.99
General school funds 2,313.99
School district specials 104,339.10
Non-High School districts 2,620.76
School district bond and interest 8,848.02
City specials - 9,358.26
Count bonds redeemed. -: - 19,000.00
County bond interest - oq'Ik
Irrigation district orders..: - 4,528.45
Rodent control 2,265.59
Forest fire patrol 88.68
Claims on dog fund
Fines sent State Game Commission 40.75
Taylor Grazing 'Act 200.00 $207,284.33
Balance on hand January 1, 1945....
Includes $80,000.00 in United States War Bonds.
LEON W. BRIGGS
SHERIFF'S SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
July 1, 1944 to Jan. 1,1945
On hand and on deposit June 30, 1944 $ 116.27
1944-45 taxes $210,181.70
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles of
Boardman received word from the
war department that their son Pfc
Frank Miles infantryman of the
137th Division is now a German
prisoner of war. Frank was reported
missing on Nov. 30.
The Boardman Yellowjackets won
a decisive victory over the lone
Cardinals on our home floor with
a score of 35 to 18. After the game
the student body girls fed the
teams and visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson are
proud to announce that Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Baker are the parents
of a baby girl.
Grace Tyler is spending a few
days with her son Harold Tyler s
ljc and her daughter Mrs. Edward
Pfc Alfred E. Turner spent two
days visiting friends here on the
project before returning to Miss
issippi. Lyle Tannehill S lc who has
been stationed in California is
spending a few days leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tan
nehill. Word was received that Mr. and
Mrs. Bob McCutcheon are parents
of a baby boy.
Mrs. Edward Kunze gave a spec
ial dinner for her son, S Sgt Frank
Kunze at her home Sunday after
noon. Those invited were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Anderegg and Bar
bara, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gardiner,
Ralph Wasmer, Mrs. Alvin Deulen
and daughtes and Mr. and Mrs.
I. Skoubo and Frances of Board
man and Mr. and Mrs. Erve Flock
from Junction City Ore.
Russell DeMauro Ph. M. 2c re
turned to Rhode Island Friday af
ter spending 9 days with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeMauro.
Miss Ernabel Peck, who is at
tending St. Joseph's academy, spent
the week-enl with htr parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernie Peck.
George Linn returned from Lara
mie Wyo. Sunday accompanied by
his father-in-law W. D. Fonda from
St. Edwards, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Falconer
and family have moved to the Ber
ger apartments in town after sell
ing to Lou and Cecil Hamilton.
Mrs. Elvin Ely and Mrs. Charles
Anderegg and families were in
Hermistton on business Saturday.
The P. T A. met Thursday eve
ning at the school auditorium. Af
ter the meeting lunch was served.
Ernie Peck and Emil Ash re
turned from Portland Sunday.
Following the game with lone
Friday night the high school student
body had a farewell party for Doro
the Van Metre ,who is moving to
The Dalles. Several games were
played and the remainder of the
evening was spent dancing to the
music by Gene Rietmann from lo-ie.
lone visitors were all invited to
A stork shower was given for
Mrs. Van Meter at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Root Tuesday afternoon.
Audree Wilson has been in The
Dalles for medical treatment this
week and expects to be home Sun
day. Boardman Yellowjackets on the
Arlington Honkers will play the home floor Saturday night.
The truck line formerly owned and op
erated by Clyde Nutting, Heppner, is
under the name of
Heppner, lone, Portland
This truck is to remain in Morrow
county to serve this area.
It is now being reconditioned at the
Jackson Implement Company at Lex
152 Heppner, or 60 Pilot Rock
N. Schmaltz & Sons
Peters Building, Heppner
Roofing and Siding Contractors and
For Information Write Box 726, Hepp
ner, or phone 83, Condon, Ore.
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Eat Them Often
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