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Heppner Gazette Times, Thursday, February 23, 1950
lone Captures '50
Cnfitlnuaa from t Thrt
pole hilf helping to build
new fnrmrr line. He was taken to
1 Ti!inm' Bristmv. son if Mr. ami
Mrs. K V. Rrisunv, broke the
I bone in his ankle while skiiiie
also at Toll Gate.
K. S. Stultz. high-school instruc
tor, spent the week-end in Port
land. He found his wife convales
cing Irom two nroKen riDs ana
j Saturday at Toll Gale. Bill Kiet-! bruises recovied when she fell
I maun and Gerald l'eterson were i clown tne nascmeni suun rariu
NOTICE OF NONHIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET HEARING
NOTICK IS 11KHEBY GIVEN, in compliance with section 111-1244, O. C. L. A., to the legal voters
(if the Nnnhich School District of Morrow County. State of Oregon, that a meeting will be held at the
Courthouse in Heppner, Oregon, on the 15ih day of March, 19S0. at 2:00 o'clock p. m. for the purpose
of discussing the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1950, and ending June 30, 1951. herein
after set forth.
1. Estimated available cash on hand at beginning of the year for which this budget is made $ 8,230.00
2. Estimated receipts from dolinauent taxes 0.00
3. Amounts received from other sources 1,750.00
Pendleton visitors last week
were Mr. and Mrs. Adon Hamlett,
Mrs. O. E. Lindslrom, Mrs. O L.
Lundell and Roy Lindslrom. They
visited O L. Lundell who is in
the hospital. He expects to come
home this week.
Mrs. Clifford Carlson and baby
daughter, Janis Irene, returned
from the hospital at Pendleton
Mrs. E. W. Brlstow and Mrs,
Ernest MeCabe entertained the
Ameca club Wednesday of last
week at the Masonic hall. The
Valentine motif was used for de
corations. The club presented
Mrs. Charles O'Connor with a
lovely gift. Mrs. Darrell Padberg
received the door prize. Refresh
ments were served after the
Dates to remember: hoo. .h.j-
Links club at Adon Hamlett home.
Feb. 25. Willows grange meeting.
March 1. Eatern Star -social club.
March 3. Extension unit meeting
at Ernest Heliker home.
Expenditures for Three Fiscal
Years Next Preceding the Cur
rent School Year
for Six Months of
Current School Year
19161947 1947 1948 1948-1949 1949 1950 1950-1951
1. Tuition 13,306.06 12.695.35 6.629.46 2S3.95 10,000.00 11,800.00
2. Transportation 2.0S3.5S 3,703.54 2,319.41 0.00 3.000.00 3.150.00
3. Personal Service (clerical -legal) 39.26 52.20 30.00 25.00 60.00 50.00
4. Postage, Telegraph, Telephone . 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 25.00
5. Supplies and Printing 0.00 43.58 0.00 0.00 50.00 50.00
6. Election and Publicity 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 40.00 30.00
7. Travel 22.50 0.00 8.S2 9.00 60.00 50.00
8. Interest on WYarrants or Other
Indebtedness T2.41 85.4S 0.00 0.00 20.00 0.00
9. Other Miscellaneous Expenses . 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
10. Emergency 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 500.00 210.00
Xotals 15,523.81 16.5S0.45 8,987.69 317.95 13,780.00 15,365.00
SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES, RECEIPTS. AND AVAILABLE CASH BALANCES AND
I. Total estimated expenditures $15,365.00
II. Deduct total estimated receipts and available cash balances 10,000.00
III. Amount necessary to balance the budget
IV. Deduct deficit forwarded to next fiscal year
V. Balance to be raised by taxation -
VI. Add estimated amount of taxes that will not be collected during the fiscal year for
which this budget is made
VII. Total estimated tax levy for the ensuing fiscal year
Dated January 26, 1950.
Henry Tetz Gerald Swaggart
Clerk Chairman, Board of Directors
Approved by Budget Committee January 2 , 1950.
Signed: B. J. Doherty Franklin Ely
Secretary. Budget Committee Chairman, Budget
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Fatal Dose For
Man's Milk Cows
By MRS. MILLIE WILSON
Glenn Farrens had the misfor
tune to lose both of his milk cows
last Tuesday. He was keeping
them in The'ron King's barn and
lot. It is thought they ate some
poisoned sawdust that hung in
the garage ever since Harold Dix.
on sold the place in 1945. It was
used to poison grasshoppers. The
cows had been in the garage and
had pulled the sack down and
scattered the sawdust. When Far
rens went to milk Tuesday morn
ing one was dead and the other
died soon after.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWillis of
Redmond, parents of Mrs. Osie
Engle of Cottonwood, stopped at
the George Stirritt home the first
of the week to call Mrs. Engle.
The roads weie so muddy up Cot
tonwood that Bud had to come in
his pickup for them. The McWil
lis's were on their way to Pendle
ton to attend the funeral of her
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Shank
were business visitors in John
Day. Friday. They were accomp
anied home by Mrs. Iffie Bag
ley, sister of Mrs. Grace Stirritt.
Mrs. Bagley was a dinner guest
of Mrs. Iva Barnard Monday.
Mr. and Mrs, Roy Bowman and
children returned the first of the
week from an extended visit in
Portland and Salem. They were
in Portland during the severe
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Griggs
and children spent the weekend
in Heppner visiting friends and
having some dental work done
for the children.
Mrs. George Capon and her mo.
ther, Mrs. liex Sweek, spent Sun
dav afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Charles Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Chance Wlson
spent the week-end in Echo at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and
daughters of Ml. Vernon were
visaing relatives and friends in
Gracie Wilson was quite sick
in school Monday and had to be
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Enright of
Top have moved to Monument.
They have rented one of Dempsey
Box er's houses.
The Stirrits and Fred Shanks
had a surprise party February 12
when Mr. and Mrs. Bob Criswell
and daughter Mary of Hamilton,
Mr. , and Mrs. Henry Durst, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Round and John Si
mas dropped in. The evening was
spent playing cards, after which
refreshments of ice cream and
cake were served.
Valentine parties were enjoyed
in Mrs. Farrows' and Mrs. Hin
ton's rooms at school Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Round visited
Ruth Swick at her ranch near
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cavender of
Hamilton spent some time in
Heppner this week .He was hav
ing some dental work done.
Mr. Beardsley moved his cattle
from his river ranch to the old
Boyd Erickson place where he
has feed. They were taken part
way by truck.
Floyd Hinton accompanied by
Henry Durst and Criss Hamilton
was a business visitor in John
Day Thursday. Durst went for a
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Brown were
called to Salem to attend to busi.
ness matters. It was during the
bad weather so they were-in a
terrible snowstorm all the way
from Sisters to Salem.
Monument grade school went
to Seneca to play volleyball
and basketball with Seneca grade
school. The Monument girls were
victorious but the boys had bad
luck and lost to the Seneca team.
Besides their teacher. Mr. Schone
berger, several of the parents ac.
companied the children. They
were Mrs. Powell. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Roactrtrnd Mr. and Mrs.
The Tamarack Cattle associa
tion held its annual meeting in
Monument Feb. 14, with 18 pre
sent. Chairman Rho Bleakman
conducted the meeting with H.
A. Cupper as secretary. Anson
Rugg and Glenn Parsons of Hep
pner were there to represent the
forest service. Hugh Johnson was
rehired as Salter for the coming
One of the most enjoyable par
ties of the year was held Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Chester
Brown, with Louisa Fleming as
co-hostess. The occasion was the
m'eeting of the MMM club. Due to
the weather and bad road condi
tions the last two meetings had
been postponed. The business
meeting was conducted by the
president, Doris Capon, with Lou.
isa Fleming as secretary. A word
contest made from the name St.
Valentine's Day was won by Reta
Cupper. The consolation prize
went to Maude Harris. The prizes
were in keeping with the Valen
tine holiday. A heart shaped box
of chocolates and a funny Valen
tine card. The refreshments also
carried out the Valentine idea.
They were heart shaped cookies
with appropriate valentine vers
es and pink ice cream. Present
were Doris Capon, Dclsie Sweek,
Lois Hill, Clara Strecker, Lydia
Capon. Reta Cupper, Lizzie Cup
per, Mattie Stubblefield, Ethel
Schafer, Margaret Elder, Goldie
Round, Grace Stirritt, Maude Har
ris, Daisy Simas, Anna Lesley,
Fayre Sweek, Millie Wilson. Ella
Durst and the hostesses, Helen
Brown and Louisa Fleming. The
next meeting will be held at the
home of Delsie Sweek with Doris
Capon and Lois Hill as hostesses.
Mrs. Olive Reade of Spray was
visiting her uncle, Teddy Jones,
Tuesday while her husband Ralph
and son Kenneth attended the
Mrs. Ouida Cork was on the
sick list the first of the week.
Lulu Settle spent the week-end
in John Day. She received medi
cal aid while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Cowans and son
and Mrs. Anna Lesley were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
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CLAIM EIGHTEEN LIVES
Eighteen persons lost their
lives in January traffic accidents,
the Oregon state traffic safety di
vision reported today.
Officials credited the months
heavy storms and hazardous road
conditions as being primarily re.
fatalities from the December toll
of 50, high for 1949. They said
highway conditions reduced driv
ing and enforced caution. Similar
weather a year ago had an even
greater effect, resulting In a
death toll of 13 in January and
11 in February, the division
Feeding of Game Birds Continues
Game commission leases deer
In order to Improve winter
range conditions for deer along
North Fork of the John Day River,
the Oregon State Game Commis
sion has leased holdings of the
Pilot Rock Lumber Company of
Pilot Rock, it was announced
today by C. A. Lockwood, State
This lease covers the company
holdings on the North Fork of
the John Day River below the
mouth of Camas Creek. This is
one of the main deer winter
ranges in this area, stated Lock
wood. The lease Is for one year
with an option for renewal for
the next four years. The Interest
and cooperation of the Pilot Rock
Lumber Company in Improving
conditions for the deer speeded
up the transaction considerably
continued Lockwood. Game Com
mission piaus can lor uie plain.
lng of shrubs and grasses to Im
prove this range for the deer.
Game Commission field agents
have fed over eight tons of grain
to an unusually large concentra
tion of ducks in the Umatilla area
Charles Lockwood, State Game
Director, announced today. Sev
eral small concentrations of water
fowl In the Portlund and Clats
kanie areas are being fed too. The
field agents in cooperation with
sportsmen and ranchers have
been feeding the game birds
whatever necessary, but no hea
vier losses have been noted.
Lockwood pointed out that
those feeding the game birds
might also provide grit consisting
if coarse sand or fine gravel. The
birds may have a crop full of food,
but without grit to grind the food
In their crop, they could still
Standing strips of grain which
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Now is the time to start planning for weed control.
We have a carload of Chipman 2,4 D Ester
arriving February 15. Prices are consid
able reduced from last season.
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Also Ammonia Sulfate in stock at a reduced price from
Ammonia Nitrate has been recommended for some areas.
Can obtain prompt shipments.
Morrow County Grain Growers, Inc.
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able 3 months period of 1949 (Augint, September, Odob.rl compared
to 1st quarter ihow
All Other Trucks Combined. .
.Truck Increase 34,611
Truck Increase 11,1(1
... Increase 2,179
ALL OTHIXS decrease 5,41
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