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4 Hepprer Gozette Times, September 26, 1946
By Mr, i- A. Shoun
Mr nd Mr. Mack McCoy of
Clii'ml sre visiting hi parents,
th E M. McCoys.
Rv. Nichr.lls of Hermiston will
prarh in the Community Baptist
church Friday nd will show mov
ing pictures of city streets.
The young people of the Asscm
Uv church ie havinc a candy puii
,n Wedmsday for Lavellha and
Delph Markham, wo are leaving
for Seattle to attend the Northwest
Mr. nd Mrs. H. U Fowler of
Port Angeles, Wash, arrived Wed
nesday to visit his aunt, Mrs, Lillie
Warner, and other relatives, inij
left Thursday on tlir way home
from month's vacation in Cali
fornia. Staif Sgt Elton Fraser called his
mother from San Francisco. He was
on hi way from Fort Lewis to
Maryland where he is to be sta
tioned. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of
Hermiston were in Irrigon Thurs
day. The Irrigon band played in a
football rally at Umatilla Wednes
day evening. Irrigon played its
first team on the Irrigon field Fri
day evening. Umatilia won, 22-6.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cane of
Boise, Ida. left Wednesday after
gpending a few days with his aunt,
Mr. Tom Caldwell and other rel
ative and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shoun and
ton Steven spent Tuesday with his
parents, the J. A. Shouns.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kucker and
A. E. Stephens were Pendleton vis
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houghton
were out of town Monday.
The Assembly of God church
men finished plastering the church
Th memhers of the Communitv
Baptist church are kalsomining and
p"""ig the interior of the churcn
and are putting waliboard on the
George KaimDack, Hulda and
May Cosner spent Sunday with the
girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Cosner. The giris are employed at
T a firandp
Tom Caldwell kit for Portland
and valley points on business ana
to visit his sons there.
Lav-em Vieiiojtt got home from
a trip to Poruand auncay mgni.
She and her parents, the H. M.
Duuss, are leaving VteonescU. lor
a trip througn easitin Oregon, iaa
ho and on into V. joining to -Yellowstone
National Park and
back around through California and
NOTE OF APPKIXIATIOM
We wish to thank all of our cus
toms and friends for their patron
ape ir the past 40 year. We have
- . -J :. r ing the people in this
area and rc tret very much that we
must discontinue ou- business.
We know you will be well pleas
ed with our successor who will
continue to serve you as we have
in the past
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy.
A WORD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my Morrow
county friends for their words of
cheer and the beautiful flowers
sent me during my recent illness.
Mrs. W. A. McClintock,
The Dalles, Oregon.
A drivers' license examiner is
scheduled to be on duty in Hepp
ner Tuesday, Oct 1 at the court
house between the hours of 10 a.
m. and 4 p m., according to an an
nouncement received from the sec
retary of state's office.- Persons
wishing licenses or permits to drive
are asked to get in touch with the
examiner well ahead of the sched
uled closing hour in order to assure
completion of their applications
with a minimum of delay.
Mr. and Mrs Bob Wiren and two
children and Cliff Aalbcrg visited
friends in Portland over the week
Mrs. Clara Slocum is visiting at
the home of her son and daughter
Farmers Worked 75.1 Hours a Week
Average Hour of Work Per Week 1939, 1943, 1944
American farm operators aver
i ased 75.4 hours of work a week
during a recent three years, accord
ing to a nationwide survey of work
i ing habits In agricultural centers.
I In the same period, according to
the American Iron and Steel Insti
. ttite, workers In steel plants aver
, aged 41.6 hours of labor a week.
The operators of the six million
American farms spent nearly 4000
work hours a year, per man, plus
the use of mechanized equipment,
to earn a living and to produce the
crops and food needed to meet the
urgent wartime demand Of
Farm operator Is the Wait
North Central area worked tt
longest hours, putting In aa vse
age of 83.2 hour a week. Seooa
were the farm operator la. ta
East North Central area with 111
hours a week, while farm operator
in the Middle Atlantis worked 7IJ
hours a week. Farm operator k
the Pacific state put In the szsalt
est number of weekly work, hoars
averaging 72.1 for th three rear
ot 1939, 1943 and IS44-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Slo
cum at Monument. Mr. Slocum
drove to Heppner for his mother
No Raise In Price of
Our lee Cream
Pride of Oregon
The Better Ice Cream
SYMBOLS OF WM
YOU WEAR A RECORD OF HONORABLE SERVICE IN YOUR LAPEL1
That discharge button wins universal respect. You've earned every last ounce of recog
nition it gets you, too.
You've more coming.
For one thing, you've earned the right to wear The American Legion button AND
ENJOY THE PRESTIGE THAT GOES WITH IT.
The Legion doesn't want anything from you but what you want for yourself. It' your
outfit. Your ch;nce to fight for your rights and build a better ration. There are mort
than 3 million Legionnaires across the country fighting along with you, to preserve tb
things you fought for.
At your local post there's comradeship, a job to do, a lot of fun waiting for you.
There'll be no red tape when you add YOUR experience to this front-line outfit! Com
on down and collect your inheritance.
American HEPPNER POST NO. 87 Legion
STATEMENT OF TAXES
Levied in Morrow County, Oregon, For The Yeor 1946-47
Assessed January I, 1046
General Taxes Levied for County Purpose
Character of lax Valuation Levy Tax
General County $10,789,707 i $32,309.12
General School ...10,789,707 12 12,947.65
General road . ..10,789.707 2.4 25,895.30
Road Sinking Fund 10,789,707 .6 6,473.82
Bond Sinking Fund 10,789,707 2.6 28,053.24
Bond Interest Fund 10,789,707 J. 1,078.97
Rodent Fund 10,789.707 2 2,157.94
Coyote Bounty 10,789,707 .1 1,07897
County Hospital Fund 10,789,707 8. 86,317.66
Total 182 $196,372.67
These levies are included in General County Levy shown below.
Special Taxes Levied in Towns
Town Valuation Levy Tax
Heppner 794,995 13. WW"
Lexington 176.643 10J 1,925.41
Ion. 175,402 5.5 964.71
Boardman 38,57 29.4 1.13408
Special Taxes Levied In Non High School Districts
Non High Valuation Levy Tax
$4,880,538 2. 9,761.08
Special Ttxes Levied In Union High School Districts
District No. 1 Valuation Levy Tax
$ 555,601 3.4 $1,88904
Bonds and Interest 555,601
SUMMARY OF LEVIES AND TAXES BY DISTRICTS
District Valuation General Special
1 $ 257,297 18.2 33.1
1-H 794.995 18.2 33.1
2 261,813 18.2 4.5
3 215,785 18.2 16.5
5 359,853 18.2 1 4
6 227.739 18.2 2.4
8 167,393 18 2 4.8
10 1,181,369 18.2 32.3
11 101,140 182 19.5
12 502,143 182 17.8
12-L 176.643 18.2 17.8
15 276.294 18 2 4.6
19 99,265 18.2 8.2
23 358.413 182
24 108,110 18.2 .1
- 25 1,057344 18.2 - 28.1
25-B 38,574 18.2 28.1
28 542 160 18.2 13.4
27 161.911 182
31 140,023 18.2 8.7
33 13.050 18.2
34 208,535 18.2 8.1
35 1,725,402 18.2 18.4
J5-I 175,402 182 18.4
39 374,246 18.2 11
49 456,336 18.2 6.
41 359,397 18.2 1.4
42 137.280 18.2
49 54 835 18.2
59 87.970 18.2
0 168,990 182
Bonds Si Int
General School , .
Road Sinking Fund
Bond Sinking Fund-
Bond Interest Fund
Coyote Bounty . .
County Hospital Fund.
Special School ..
Union High Bonds and Interest
West Extension Irrigation District -.
Forest Fire PatroL -
Irrigon Rural Fire Protection District
Total Tax Levied by County $398,82024
Special Taxes Levied by Other Taxing District
West Extension Irrigation District $ 8,20944
Forest Fire Patrol 3.59826
Irrigon Rural Fire Protection District 2,582.01
Soldiers Exemption 4,235.00
Collected by Assessor 243.68
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
statement according to the records in my office.
W. O. DIX
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