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6 Heppner Gazette Times, June 14, 1945
Irrigon News Notes
By MBS. J. A. SHOUN
A. A. Shoun of Oroville, Calil.
arrived Friday to spend some time
with his brother J. A. Shoun.
Robert Smith has sold his place
to give possession by October.
Clifford Rucker S lc of the na
val air corps arrived home for a
10-day leave to visit with his par
ents the E. E. Ruckers, and other
Marvel Connell who was injured
in the Pacific area is now in Mc
Caw hospital according to his mo
ther. Mrs. Theresa Connell.
Finley Graybeal of Portland vis
ited his mother Grandma Gray
Joanne Tade is home from Mt.
Angell college and is employed at
Miss Beth Russell is in Idaho
Mrs Batie Rand was a Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Browning and
daughter Delores arrived home
Monday fom PeEU where they had
sfpent Mr. Browning's vacation
'Mrs. Bill Graybeal has her dau
ghters from Spokane visiting her.
They and Mr. Earl Isom and Don
na, and Nancy Graybeal were Her
miston visitors Tuesday.
Loraine Land arrived with her
aunt Alice Hoasland to visit her
grandmother, Mrs Nora Wilsone
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips
have moved to the Daul farm
where they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kincheloe
have sold their farms and have ta
ken their last load of house hold
goods and equipment. They had
120 acres of land that was highly
productive and well equipped. Mel
vin Smith bought 40 acres and
S. Warner 80 acres and have taken
The new minister Leroy Turner
took a carload of Pentecostal mem
bers to Heppner Wednesday to a
Paul Slaughter is quite ill at the
Hermiston hospital with pneumo
nia. His parents, the T. T. Slaugh
ters who havte purchased a home
rc?aT Portland, are up here after
their furniture and to visit the Paul
By MBS. MASY EDWAEDS
Mrs. Maude Pointer and son Pvt
George Pointer left Sunday for
their home in Corvallis and Port
land. Mrs. Eula Barnhouse and daugh
ter Jean arrived Sunday at the S.
G. McMillan home. Mrs. Barnhouse
will return to her school in Port
land in about a week but Jean will
remain with her grandparents for
Lot Johnson of Portland spent
the wek-end at the home of his
sister, Mrs. A. M. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. George Allyn spent
Friday in Arlington with Mrs. Cora
Van Winkle. On their return they
were accompanied by Donnie Hi
att who will spend the summer at
the Allyn home.
Mrs. Everett Crump and infant
daughter returned Sunday from the
hospital at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Way were
transcting business in Pendleton
Mrs. Mary Hunt left for La
Grande Saturday where she will
attend normal school for six weeks.
Miss Efta Millett returned to her
home in Corvallis last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carmichael re
turned from Portland last Friday.
They were accompanied by Earl
Patty O'Harra and Louise Hunt
were visitors in Pendleton Mon
day. Louise went on to La Grande
where she will stay with her
Leon Theis, who made his home
at Mrs. Allyn's during the school
year, has gone to Portland to stay
with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Edwards
made a trip to Condon Saturday
after a load of tools.
Mr and Mrs. James Phillips have
moved to Mrs. Phillips farm where
they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hawkins of
Hillsboro and Mrs. T. T. Slaughter
were out of town visitors at the
Community church Sunday. Rev.
Daniels of Portland was the minis
ter in charge. Mr. McGee of Her
miston was an afternoon speaker.
The members brought and served
an excellent pot luck dinner at
NOTICE OF NONHIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in compliance with section 111-1244
O. C. L. A., to the legal voters of the Nonhigh School District of Morrow
County, Oregon, that a meeting will be held at the Court House in
Heppner, Oregon, on the 28th day of Jume, 1945, at 2 odlock p. m., for
tine purpose of discussing the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
1945, and ending June 30, 1946, hereinafter set forth.
1. Estimated available cash on hand at beginning of the year
for which this budget is made $ 7,868.78
Total -. 4. $ 7,868.78
i 1 I..
Expenditures for Three Expenditures and Estimated
f Fiscal Years Next Pre- Budget Allowance Expend-
,. ,, . for Six Months itures for
ceding the Current rf Current School
PPEM School Year Year
1941-1942 1942-1943 1943-1944 Expend- Allow-
itures ance 1045-1946
1. Tuition .... 11,735.53 9,826.88 11,585.35
3. Personal Service
5. Supplies and
7. Travel 16.00
15,586.83 13,341.57 13,555.43
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES, RECEIPTS, AND
AVAILABLE CASH BALANCES AND TAX LEVY
I. Total estimated expenditures 21,000.00
II. Deduct total estimated receipts and available cash balnces 7,868.78
III. Amount necessary to balance the budget 13,1311.22
VII. Total estimated tax levy for the ensuing fiscal year............ 13,131.22
TirT ' r i l - . r
Analysis of Estimated Tax Levies:
Amount inside 6 limitation 13431.22
1. Amount of warrant in
debtedness on war
rants iaiued and en
dorsed "not paid for
want of fundi"
L Amount of other in.
Dated May 22, 1945.
Signed: Lucy E. Rodgers, Clerk.
Jesse Warfield, Chairman
Board of Directors
Approved by Budget Committee
May 29, 1945.
Signed: P. A. Mollahan, Secretary,
Mn. Julian Rauch,
Chairman. Budget Committee
NEW CAR PRODUCTION
begins July lor shortly after
New cars are not rationed
IT WILL TAKE
of PEAK PRODUCTION
to supply the demand for
The average motorist must drive his
present car two more years.
The 200,000 cars tentatively authorized
to be built will only supply replacements for
high priority essential users.
IO Mill lOfl PEOPLE WANT AND NEED A NEW CAR
I Million CAR PRODUCTION BY JAN. 1 1947.
I IVlllllOn (An optimistic figure)
9 Million PEOPLE WALKING OR WAITING.
Many material and reconversion difficulties must be over
come before the first trickle ofnew car production becomes a
Open evenings Monday thru Friday 8 p. m. Saturday 10 p. m.
"SAVE THE WHEELS THAT SAVE AMERICA"
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