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4-Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, January 22, 1948
School Heads Meet
By Flossie Coats
The Boardman Ladies Aid will
be hostess to Umatilla Aid on
Wednesday with a potluck din
ner at 1 p.m. in the churcn base
ment. Mrs. Jess Allen will be
missionary leader and Mrs. L. V.
I!oot. president, will have charge
of the business meeting. Ail lad
and Mrs. Gust McLouth. Sunday
Mrs. ('has. Niekcrson left this
week for Independence, Mo., for
an extended visit with her son,
( has Niekerson Jr. and family.
She will also stop over in Boise,
Idaho, to visit another son, Wil
lard, and family, and daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
lone Cardinals met the Yellow
jackets on our home floor Friday
night and carried home the hon
ors, score, 27-22. This was the
first league game for Boardman.
Mrs. Olive Mefford of Corvallis,
who has spent some time with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Root, left Saturday
les are welcome and urged to for Spray where she will visit
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Maeomber
were dinner guests Wednesday at
the Robert Hardwood home. The
occasion was the Macombers'
30th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fortner and
son Robert spent the week end
in Condon at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Davis.
Mrs. Lawrence Hawes of La
Grande who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Arnin Hug, re
turned to her home Saturday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde TannehilP
and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Miller,
motored to Walla Walla Satur-'
day, celebrating their wedding
anniversaries which for both I
couples is the same day. j
Mrs. Hazel Putman of Hermis-1
ton was visiting her parents, Mr.
U. P. and N. P.
39 SW Dorion Avenue
another son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Maeomber, and
Mr.'and Mrs. Henry Zivney mo
tored to Portland Saturday, Mr.
Zivney returning Sunday and
Mrs. Zivney remaining for a few
days' visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ball and sons
Delbert and Franklin votored to
Mrs. Nora Ransier was called
to Pendleton Wednesday by the
death of her sister. Mrs. Otho
Stoll, who passed away at 2 a.m.
Mrs. Arthur Asher returned
home this week after a two-weeks
visit in Emmett, Idaho, with her
mother, Mrs. Martha Beck, and
two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Mills and
Mrs. Flossie Holmes. She also
spent a few days in Boise on the
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson at
1 tended the funeral of Mr. Pear
son's aunt, Mrs. J. H. Pearson, in
Marshall Jackson of Monument
i spent a couple of days with his
j sister-in-law and family, Mrs.
i Geneva Jackson, going on to Se
attle Tuesday to visit his sister
and famliy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Meeting of the Morrow county
; school superintendents was held
! in Boardman Monday evening,
j various sbujects of importance
! were discussed, among them the
! coming achievement and mental
I tests for elementary and high
, schools, certification of teachers
; for 1948-49, salary scales, speech
festival, and school administra
tion problems applying to Mor
i row county. Attending were Mrs.
i Lucy E. Rodgers, county school
I superintendent ; Henry Tetz,
Made At lrrigon
By Grace Shoun
The Seventh Day Adventist
church is having meetings Sat
urday, Sunday, Wednesday and
Friday of this week. Elder Hauser
of Pendleton is the speaker.
S.I James Guiren left Sunday
for Seattle to join his crew after
spending his leave with his mo
ther, Mrs. Bill Graybeal, and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McLoy
and children spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
McCoy and family.
James C. Shoun of Walla Walla
and Betty Acock of Pendleton
spent Sunday with their families
J D. Bricker of Portland spent
the week end with Mrs. Bricker
and the children.
Mrs. Fred Houghton is having
a rather bad time with a severe
case of the flu.
The Hermiston town basketball
men played the lrrigon town
team. The lrrigon men won 51
Mrs. Paine of Stanfield is the
extra teacher put in because of
crowded conditions in the lower
grades. Mrs. Flora Bell McCoy is
teaching In place of Mrs. Lora
Stratman who resigned.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mathena
are remodeling and painting the
interior of their cafeteria. It is
closed to the public for the time
Mrs. Leroy Mathena returned
from Provo, Nevada, where she
was called by the illness and
death of her lather, Albert Back
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hobbs and
four sons are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dexter, and
Mrs. Earl Ismo, Mrs. James
Phillips and Mrs. Marshall Mark
hame were in Pendleton Satur
Heppner; All M. Sowold, lrrigon
John S. Feathers, Lexington; B. C
Forsythe, lone, and Gerald B. Fa
CHILDREN TO DECIDE ON
WILD LIFE STUDY IN SCHOOLS
Whether knowledge of wild life ;
ind its protection shall be a text !
in the Oregon public schools is
being taken to a new jury, the
The state division of the Izaak
Walton League of America is do
ing it, by means of which several
boys or girls will participate in
$100 allotted for prizes, with STiO
going to the winner of the con
test, $25 to the second, $10 to the
third and three prizes of $5 each
to the next three places, for writ
ing the best essay opinion on a
question that has been long de
bated by educators and outdoors-men.
Title of contest: "Why conser
vation of wildlife resources
should be taught in the public
Contest to be open to pupils
enrolled in the eighth grade in
Oregon schools for the year 1947-48.
Essay to be at least 300 words
in length, but not more than 500
Essay must be original, and
drawings or pictures may be us
Essay should emphasize the
writer's local experience or oth
erwise bring out the local com
Essay should show the import
ance of the relationship of the
wildlife resource to the other re
sources of Oregon.
Contest ends March 1, 191S.
Mail essay to Paul M. Dunn.
Dean School of Forestry, Oregon
State College, Corvallis, Ore.
Committee of judges: Dr. G. W.
Peavy, president emeritus, Ore
gon State college; Prof. R. E. Di
mick, head, department of fish
and game, Oregon State college;
Prof. Paul M. Dunn, dean, school
of forestry. Oregon State college.
This contest is being supervis
ed by the following committee:
Ed F. Averill, Portland; Don
Thompson, Bend; Clark Walsh,
Portland; Randall McCain, Lake
view; W. K. Jenkins, Klamath
Mrs Don Jones returned to her
home in Portland Saturday after
a fortnight's visit here with her
daughter, Mrs. Bob Wright and
Mr. Wright. The Joneses are mov
ing soon to Roseburg, Mr. Jones
having been transferred there
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All proceeds will go to swell the
March of Dimes
campaign in Morlow County. (
Admission $1.00 per Person
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Isom brought
their daughter Dona home from
the Pendleton hospital. She had
spent the week there for medical
Willard Jones, son of Mr and
Mrs. Vernon Jones, and Miss Ver
na Duncan of Nampa were mar
ried in Nampa, Idaho, by Rev.
McKune in the Presbyterian
church, Jan. 4. They went to San
Francisco and way points, re
turning home Tuesday the 13th.
They are living on the Jones
Troy Griffin is drilling a well
on the Dan Heibert place.
Henry Swaren is in Portland for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitswater and
children have moved into the Don
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haddox of
Sunnyside were week-end visitors
Sheriff C. J. D. Bauman of Hepp
ner was a Monday visitor in lr
Mrs. Hugh Grim and son, Hugh
Jr., C. W. Acock and C. W. Jr.
were in Pendleton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jones were
in Pendleton Monday.
Mrs. Charles McFall returned
from a trip to Texas Friday. She
spent a month with her daugh
ter, Vivian Finer, and husband
She came home by plane ahead
of the cold spell that is covering
the east and central and south
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swaren
and Baley have moved back to
Portland. They have been living
in a Duus apartment.
Sheriff And Police
Check On Robbery
Attempt At Kinzua
By Kisa M. Leathers
The state police and Sheriff
Malcolm Keys of Wheeler county
were investigating the attempt
ed robbery at Kinzua service sta
tion last Sunday night. No one
has been charged yet.
The factory ladies were hostess
for a bridal shower Saturday eve
ning in honor of Mrs. Matt Bonn.j
nee Katy jcuick. More man iuu
guests were invited and some
came from Fossil. Mrs. Bonn re
ceived beautiful gifts, including
a full set of stainless steel cook
ing set, a 53-piece dinner set,
many beautiful all-wool blan
kets, chenille spread, and a large
cured ham, besides a lot of oth
ers. Refreshments were seried.
Mr. and Mrs. Zolan Tripp and
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Shell have
purchased the Singleton proper
ty at Fossil and plan to remodel
for a rooming house, also board
ing house. They plan to take
possession the first of the month.
Both men will come to Kinzua
Francis Woods returned from
The Dalles Saturdav, where he
had been a patient in a hospital
for some time. Mr. Woods is the
millwright, but will not be able
to resume his work for some
Mrs. Harlan Adams left Mon
day for Portland where she will
see a specilaist concerning her
eyes. She went as far as The
Dalles with Mrs. Floyd Thomas
Sr. and Jr.
Little Pattie Wright, small
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb
Wright, has the chicken pox.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rood spent
the week end at Heppner and
Louie Canick and friend of
Hood River spent several days
here visiting his sister, Katy
Bonn. Louie has his leg in a cast
yet and does not get about too
Miss Jean Owens is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Warren Jobe, from
The Boy Scouts went on a hike
Saturday. Harvey Pierce accom
panied them. They returned given
out but report lots of fun in the
snow. The Cub Scouts had a wei
ner roast at the ball diamond
The Fossil high boys played
Condon basketball on Friday
night, a large crowd going over
from Kinzua and Fossil. The Fos
sil team was defeated. On Sat
urday night they played Grant
Union a return game and won
over them again. They took the
lead 10-2 in the first quarter and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wright
Peggy Wightman, member of
the junior livestock 411 club, ac
companied her father, Dick
Wightman, to Junction City the
past week end where she pur
chased a registered Hampshire
ewe from the C. M. Hubbard &
Sons Hampshire farm. Hampshire
ewes for Eddie Brosnan, Sally
Palmer and Mardene Baker were
trucked back at the same time.
These Morrow county club mem
bers now have six registered
Hampshires which is a good start
went to Portland on Monday af
ternoon, where Mr. Wright ex
pected to enter a hospital for
treatment for his throat.
Mrs. Gertrude Beard and son
Charles came to Kinzua from
Emmet, Idaho, and are staying
at the home of her son and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard.
Mr. and Mrs. Kinard McDaniel
spent the week end at Lonerock
visiting their son, Dallas McDan
iel, and family.
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toward building up sheep breed
ing flocks for their 4-H projects,
The Hardman Art and Hobby
club, with Mrs. Walter Wright as
leader, the junior 4-H livestock
club, Elmer Palmer, leader, and
senior 4-H livestock club, E. M.
Baker, leader, have their program
of work for the club year com
pleted. The programs are com
plete and very well planned.
These club leaders are to be con
gratulated on the program outlin
ed to be followed by the club
niernbers this year.
These programs will be pub
lished in this column as space
permits in the next few weeks.
Watch for them.
Patsy Ann Wright, secretary of
the Hardman Art and Hobby club,
reports that the third business
meeting of their 4-H club was
held on January 9. The members
made plans at this meeting to
work on papier mache and Mexi
can pottery during the month of
A drivers license examiner will
be on duty between the hours of
10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
27, at the court house in Heppner.
Persons wishing licenses or per
mits to drive are asked to get in
touch with him well ahead of the
scheduled closing hour in order
to assure completion of their ap
plications with the minimum of
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I have purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
NOTICE OF NON-HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, In compliance with section 111-1244, O. C. L. A., to the legal voters
of the Nonhigh Shool District of Morrow County, Oregon, that a meeting will be held at the Court
House in Heppner, Oregon, on the 27th day of January, 1948, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
discussing the budget for the fisal year beginning July 1, 1948, and ending June 30, 1949, herein
after set forth.
Amounts received from other sources (Basic School Support Fund)
Expenditures for Three Fiscal
Years Next Preceding the
Current School Year
1944-1945 1945-1946 1946-1947
Budget Allowance for Estimated
Six Months of Current Expendi-
School Year tures for
tures Allowance 1948-1949
Personal Service (Clerical Legal)
Supplies and Printing
Interest on Warrants and Other In
$11,585.35 $ 9,149.23 $13,30fi.06 $12,073.32 $15,800.00 $15,800.00
1,941.92 2,058.48 2,083.58 27.45 3,500.00 5,000.00
15.46 17.53 39.26 52.50 50.00 52.50
12.70 21.70 22.50 50.00 50.00
$13,555.43 $11,246.94 $15,523.81 $12,258.75 $19.955 00
SUMMAHY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES, RECEIPTS,
AND AVAILABLE CASH BALANCES AND
Total estimated expenditures
Deduct total estimated receipts and awailable cash balances
Amount necessary to balance the budget
Balance to be raised by taxation
Total estimated tax levy for the ensuing fiscal year
Analysis of estimated levies:
Amount inside 6 limitation
Amount outside 6 limitation
Dated January 6, 1918. Signed: LUCY E. RODGEDS, Clerk; ELMER PALMER, Chairman, Board of Di
rectors. Approved bv Budget Committee January 6, 1948. Signed: L. L. HOWTON, Secretary, Budget Committee;
JERRY BROSNAN, Chairman, Budget Committee.
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