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HERALD 'AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
Midland tpi& Aletui
; MERRILL Member of 'the
eongregotlon of the Merrill Pres.
"byterlan church and frlonda of
Rev. and Mm. Lawrence Mlt-
chelmor gathered at n rorowan
reception In their honor Thuri
day night In thn church annex.
Member o( tlia Ladles' Aid ind
other of the church ware host
'Me. ' Rev. Donald Dod, pastor of
th Malln Preabytarlan church
led the guests In community
Inglng and Donald Bowman
: and Ronnie Trotman played sev
eral accordion numben. A par
ody on "Farewell to Thea" waa
written and aung by Mr. and
wMr. Kllpatrlck and Boy Scouti
of Merrill troop No, 7 voiced
appreciation of the co-operation
and help that Rov. Mltchel
more htt given (Ince be became
scoutmaster toon after hi arri
val In the fall of 1038.
" A gift of cash was prcumted
by the ladlna of the church and
a gift of toweli wn prevented
by the Christian Efldeavor
group.
A buffet mippor wait served
from an attracilvn table centered
with tall yellow tapers and yel
low spring flowers.
.. Mri. Mitchelmore leaves this
week for Spokane to visit with
relatives and Dev. Mltchcltnoro
leaves about the middle nf June
lor his call to Jacksonville
. Mr, and Mrs. Mltchelmore are
completing a most successful
-period of work In the Merrill
Drhurrh and both hove been o-
LEGAL NOTICES
tlva In civic and social work.
They have a host of friends In
south end communities who ex
press regret at their decision to
leave Merrill. ,
Tulelake
TULELAKE Dr. and Mrs. J.
R. Barr vacationed over Me
morial day and the weekend at
Eugene.
Franklin Ernst, sophomore at
the University of California, has
arrived to spend the summer
here. Other members of the
family will attend commence
ment exercises at Berkeley high
school when Helen Ernst will
rcenlvn her diploma.
Cnpt. W. L. Brlce, in com
mund for the last several
months at Tulelake CCC camp,
has been transferred to Willows
camp and Is succeeded here by
Capl. John Wildmen, who at
one time was in command of
thfl local camp. He h returning
from Cherry Creek camp near
Son Francisco. Mr. Wlldman
and children, after visiting her
briefly In the home of Mr. and
Mr. J. C. Stevenson, left for
Mr. Wlldmsn's home In South
Carolina where she will be th
guest of her parent for several
months.
Mrs. French Johnson was a
weekend guest In the home of
her daughter, Mr. Donald Re!
ben, and Mr. Relben, San Fran
cisco. Relben, on of Mr. and
Mrs. Oeorge Relben, Tulelake,
has enlisted In the US army
dentol corps, but will be de
ferred until his graduation from
Stanford next December when
he will complete his course In
dentistry.
AT
6PR AGUE RIVER A wel
come sight I the construction
crew working on the Chlloquln
Sprague River road west of
town here. Numerous pieces of
equipment are being employed
to construct a well-drained road
bed. Heretofore the road has been
practically level and In a few
hour of rain the water ha
drained onto the road from
nearby, creating the resem
blance of a canal rather than a
road. On many occasions the
travelor cut out through the
sagebrush and made a new
road until In some places
stranger are In a quandary to
know Just which 1 the road.
The Indian service, In charge
of construction, ts clearing a
wide atrip, and the dirt 1 be
ing hauled to the center of the
trip where a roadbed ome lx
feet from the depth of the bar
row olt ia being constructed.
Although the citizen of
Sprague River were keenly dis
appointed to see the work tart
on the leest trevelnd snetion of
Oie road, they are very pleased
to ee the long-awaited action
to Improve the road to Chllo
quln. The section from Spragu
River to the Lokovlew highway
Is to bo constructed by the state
of Oregon. Things are at a
standstill at present due to
shortage of materials and labor
for such a project. Both the
state and the federal govern
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION TO INCREASE TAX LEVY
MORE THAN SIX PER CENT OF THE TAX LEVY FOR
THE PRECEDING YEAR.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voters of Union
High School District No. 2, of Klamath County, State of Oregon,
that a special budget election will be held within the boundaries
nf ald district, at Klamath Union High School, at Wall Stmt
and The Alameda, In Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the 32nd day
of June, 1942, from the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. to the hour
of 7 o'clock p. m, to vote on the question (1) of increasing the
amount of the tax levy In sold Union High School District for
the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 1042, and ending on the 30th
day of June, 1943, on the taxable property within said district,
mora than 8 over the tax levy for the preceding year, and (2)
of adopting or rejecting the following budget of estimated ex
penditures for said district for said fiscal year.
It Is necessary to raise this additional amount of money by
a apeclal tax levy for the following reasons:
lncroased adjustment In teacher' salaries, Increased oper
ating expenses, Including expense connected with the national
defense program sponsored by said district, and Increosed cota
for equipment and repairs.
) Dated this 1st day of June, 1942.
PERCY MURRAY,
Chairman, Board of Director.
Attest: WILSON S. WILEY,
Clerk.
The total amount of money needed by Union High School
District No. 2, of Klamath County, Stote of Oregon, during the
fiscal year heiiinnlng on July 1, 1942, and ending on the 30th
day of June, 1943, Is estimated In the following budget and In
clude all money to ba received, and all other money of said
district.
BUDGET
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
Ettimated balance on hand at the end of fiscal year ... $1,800.00
Recelpta 780 00
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
.. I. GENERAL CONTROL
Personal Service, Superintendent $ 3,123.00
Personal Service, Clerk 1,400.00
., Office secretary 780.00
Adjustment, salary office secre
tary 100.00
Supplies 300.00
Election and publicity 123.00
Legal sorvlces 300.00
Other expenses 123.00
o
I 8.2S5.00
n. INSTRUCTION Supervision
Principal' salary ...
Office secretary .........
Supplies
Diploma
Adjustment, salary principal,
office secretary
Incidental and travel .........
,.-...$
IIL INSTRUCTION Teaching
Teachers' salaries . t
Substitute teacher
Summer School -
Home Instruction ..-
Adjustment, teachers' salaries
Supplies
1. Paper, stencils, Ink, chalk
2. Art Department
8. Music Deportment
. 4. Home Economics ..
8. Industrial Art
Mechonlcnl drawing
k Automechanics ....
" Woodworking
6. Mathematlca
7. Visual education film
rental
8. Science Department
It. Physical Education
Boys $208.00
" Girls $134.00
10. Drama and Speech
U. English
12. Social Science
13. Languages
14. Commercial Department ....
18. Textbook -.
18. Library ......
2,900.00
1,860.00
200.00
330.00
400.00
180.00
80.888.00
800.00
300.00
800.00
4,287.00
888.28
142.90.
190.00
237,80
00.28
337.80
237.80
268.00
288.00
332.80
400.00
190.00
142.60
118.78
47.80
33.78
85.00
2,100.00
$ . BJ40.00
$ 92,599.80
IV. OPERATION OF PLANT
Salaries, Janitors, engineer ........$ 8,720.00
Salary adjutment 1,700.00
Janitor supplies
Heat and Fuel ...
Light and Power
Water ..
Telephone and Telegraph
Other expense (light globes, etc.)
1.000.00
3,014.00
3,600,00
1.408.00
450.00
780.00
$ 18,840.00
V. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
Repair and replacement of furnl-
ture and equipment
1. Home Economic 165.00
S. Industrial Art
Automechanica 300.00
LEGAL NOTICES
ment have set aside $160,000
to Improve the vital defense
and civilian needed road.
According to tl.e plan, the
Indian service was to start at
tha Chlloquln end and work
toward Sprague River, while
the state would do the work on
the est end. It Is the west sec
tion that the Indian service is
now working on.
Fort Klamath
FORT KLAM ATMMr. and
Mrs. Jerry Slsomore and daugh
ter JoAnn spent last weekend
In Medford visiting relatives,
and also spent Memorial day
weekend In the Rogue River
valley city.
Mr. and Mr. William Zum
brun and Mr. and Mr. Eldon
Brattaln spent Monday on the
Hereford tour over Poe valley,
and attended the barbecue held
at the Chet Barton ranch before
returning to Fort Klamath.
Ida Wightman and Ralph
Murphy of Portland pent a few
day here this week visiting her
mother and brother, Mrs. Rob
ert Taylor and Clay Taylor,
before returning to Portland
Thursday.
Blaine Brattaln arrived home
Saturday from Oregon State col
lege at Corvallls, where he has
completed hi first year. He
was chosen honorary sophomore
of the Thanes society of Kappa
Delta Rho fraternity for the
coming year of college.
Mrs. T. R. Nicholson 1 on
the sick list, suffering from a
severe attack of tonsillitis for
the past several days.
Mrs. John Foster, accompan
ied by two women companions,
all of Long Beach, Calif., was
a luncheon guest here Wednes
day at the home of her niece,
Mrs. JOanna Taylor, at her
home In the Fort Klamath hotel,
The party was en route to Spo
kane, Wash., where they will
visit Mrs. Foster's daughter, the
trip being made by car.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Loosl
LEGAL NOTICES
Woodworking 190.00
3. Music Department ......... . 175.00
4. Science Department
Biology ... 100.00
Chemistry 150.00
Physics aviation .. 150.00
5. Mathematics ..-. 50.00
6. - Drama and Speech ; 200.00
7. Chair 125.00
8. Hot water return line 2,000.00
9. Other repair and mainten
ance o f building and
grounds 6,530.00
$ 9,033.00
VI. AUXILIARY AGENCIES
Health service, nursa 800.00
Adjustment, nurse's salary ..j.... 200.00
Physical examinations ............. 250.00
Laundry i ..... 450.00
Supplies 50.00
Transportation of pupil , .... 2,923.00
Supplies for busses 2.750.0O
Repair of busses and replacements 1.450.00
VII. FIXED CHARGES
Insurance, fire
Insurance, automotive
Insurance (S.I.A.C.) ....
Insurance, vault ..........
$ 8,975.00
..$ 1.085.20
440.00
240.00
14.00 $ 1,749.20
VIII. CAPITAL OUTLAY
1. Band room partition ... $
2. Science room
Tables ....$3,320.00
Fume hood 450.00
Key esse 43.00
Instruction table .... 342.00
Install-water-gas .... 500.00
Cabinet Se shelves 250.00
Chairs 208.00
Library-tables, chairs, shelving
Basketball-backboards
Cabinets for physical educa-
- tjon
Art Department ,.
Music Department
8. Homemaklng
Stoves $120.00
Sewing machine 80.00
9. Industrial Arts
Mechanical drawing ..... .
Automechanica
Woodworking-lathes
10. Mathematics
U. Commercial Department
Typewriter $490.00
Dictaphone 23.50 .
Calculator , ,.,..... 200.00
Duplicator 125.00
Filing cabinet 35.00
Other equipment ...... 133.00
12. Encyclopedias and other refer
ences for ninth and tenth
grade
13. Science Department '
Biology
Chemistry ...... ;
Physic A..........
14. Visual Education
15. Drama and, speech, room lm
. provement ....
175.00
5,115.00
240.00 '
50.00
82.00
210.00
550.00
200.00
160.00
410.00
-400.00
100.00
998.50
200.00
180.00 .
250.00 . '
300.00
550.00
800.00 $ 10,570.80
IX. DEBT SERVICE
Principal on bonds
Interest on bond ...
..$ 78.000.00
18,000.00 $ 90,000.00
$ 7,500.00
X. EMERGENCY . v
TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE RAISED
BY DISTRICT TAX:
Estimated expanses, less '
Estimated balance on h a n d at
and of fiscal year $ 1,800.00
Estimated receipts 760.00
Summer School, and one-half
Salary of defense worker 1,418.00 '
Principal, $78,000.00; Interest
$18,000.00 $ 90,000.00 $247,098.30
XI. INDEBTEDNESS
No warrant indebtedness.
Amount of bonded debt $350,000.00.
Dated this lit day of June, 1942.
Budget Committee:
Dr. A. O. Roenloke
Percy Murray
Merle 8. West
Pearl Schult
Freeman Schulta.
PERCY MURRAY,
Chairman.
Attest; WILSON 8. WILEY,
, Clerk
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have received word from their
daughters, Misses Maxine and
Lois Loosley, telling of honors
conferred upon them at the Ore
gon College of Education at
Monmouth, Ore., which they are
attending. Both girls - were
elected to the student council
for next term, and Maxine was
chosen vice president and Lois
treasurer of the Camp Fire
Girls' campus organization. In
addition, Lois will also act as
assistant feature editor of "The
Lamron," the college news
paper. Mr. and Mrs. Loosley
expect their daughters home in
tha near future to spend their
summer vacation at the Loosley
ranch.
A highway crew consisting of
16 men, In charge Of W. M.
Gibson, is working In the vi
cinity patching bad spots on the
highways. The men are mak
ing their headquarters at the
Fort Klamath hotel while here.
Dolmar "Buster" Knox left
Friday evening by train from
Chiloquin for Fort Lewis, Wash.,
where he will be inducted into
the U. S. army. A group of
friends accompanied the youth
and his parents to Chlloquln for
a farewell send-off. Knox had
been employed here as hooker
in the local operations of the
Algoma Lumber company up to
the time of his departure.
Thursday visitors in Klamath
Falls Included Mrs. Roy Wimer,
Mrs.' R. S. Ballou, Miss Avera
Hudson and Mrs. James Van
Wormer. Miss Hudson was one
of the two candidates to suc
cessfully pass the required ex
amination held recently ln
Klamath Falls for entrance Into
the women's army auxiliary
corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deffen-
bacher spent the Memorial day
weekend visiting relatives in
Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stumn
and children of Portland were
guests here for the holiday
weekend at the - home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Williams.
Some slickers keep you In
trim on rainy days and others
trim you any old day.
Wednesday Bridge
Club Holds Meet
At Fort Klamath
FORT KLAMvTH Mrs.
Harold Wimer was hostess to
members of the Wednesday
Night Bridge club when the
group met at the Wimer home
on Wednesday evening for the
regular bi-monthly play of the
group. Narcissus and tulip
blooms lent a colorful touch of
spring . to the occasion, tally
cards and refreshments served
at the conclusion of the game
further carrying out the sea
sonal motif.
Two tables of contract bridge
were in play during the eve
ning, high score being awarded
to Mrs, Wimer at the close of
cards, and second high going
to Mrs. Fred Zumbrun.
Guests for the evening In-
ciuaea Mr. Jerry Sisemore,
Mrs. William Page, Mrs. Joanna
Taylor, Mrs. Fred Zumbrun,
Mrs. EldOn Brattaln, and Mrs
Alfred B. Castel.
Mrs. Brattain will next enter
tain the card club at her home
on the evening of June 11.
Cascade
CASCADE SUMMIT Mr
and Mrs. Lowell Hall, proprie
tors Of Summit Lodge, report a
good business over the week
end. Their cabins were all tok
en. The fishing was good. A four
and a half Rainbow was caught
by Dean Bilyeu of Halsey. Bll
yeu also caught a three pound
Rainbow and several smaller
fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lea and
son, Donald, spent the weekend
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Lavoy. Mrs. Lee and Mrs.
Lavoy are sisters.
R. I-.- Porter spent Saturday
in PortVwd on business.
Mrs. Lt voy is clerking at the
store during the summer
months.
The few patches of snow re
maining in secluded places are
few and far between. Although
the weather has been cold and
rainy the snow has disappeared
rapidly.
SOIL DISTRICT TO
The Langell valley soil con-
gervatlon district 1 now assist
ing farmers In leveling land,
drainage, laying out Irrigation
systems and making other con
servation Improvements, accord
ing to M. T. Prince, chairman of
the board of supervisors of the
district.
This assistance can be made
available to those farmer with
in the district boundaries who
made their application to the
board of supervisors for a farm
Dlan. The board consist of M
T. Prince, chairman; M. D. Set
tle, secretary treasurer; O. S.
Campbell, Lloyd Gift and Cecil
Conley.
The district can furnish the
necessary engineering survey
and cost estimates free of charge
to each farmer who wishes to
cooperate with the district.
These estimates then serve as a
basis for the farmer to determine
if he wishes to do the work with
his own equipment or hire dis
trict equipment with operator
on a per nour oasis.
The district has a 50 Diesel
tractor with dozer, land leveling
scraper and chisel that can be
used where desired. The present
rate of charge is $2.75 per hour
of actual use for the dozer, and
$2.50 per hour for the land level
ing scraper and chisel. This
charge includes operator, fuel
and maintenance expense.
The tractor with dozer and
engineering assistance has been
made available to the Langell
valley soil conservation district
by the U.SJ3.A. soil conserva
tion service.
Prince stated that approxi
mately 30 land owners have en
tered Into farm plan agreements
to use the equipment and engin
eering assistance to date. Since
March 20, the district equipment
ln use has constructed three irri
gation storage ponds, 500 rods
of large diversion and irrigation
ditches ana leveled 150 acres
of land. It is now estimated that
approximately 1000 acres will
be leveled, drained and a system
of irrigation set up during the
next five months.
This work will assist la pro
ducing crops and pasture need
ed in the ."Food for Freedom"
program, as well as increase
values and make possible con
servation use of these lands. -
Local Men Leaving
For Army Exams
Dr. Hugh Currln and Robert
A. Thompson will leave Wednes
day morning for Vancouver,
Wash., where they will take
their final physical examination
for duty with tha United State
army.
Dr. T. Frederick Farley will
accompany the two north.
Patricia Gallagher
Receives Degree
Patricia Gallagher of Klamath
Falls received the degree of
bachelor 6f arts at Whitman
college commencement exercise
at Walla Walla on Monday, June
1. It was Whitman' eighty
third commencement.
Miss Gallagher It the daughter
of Mr. T. R. Old Of Klamath
Fall.
. .
Man Treated After
Crash Near Tulelake
TULELAKE Rodger M. Ran
dall, former employe of Henzel
brother, Malin, wa treated
about 1 a. m. Monday for head
lacerations by Dr. J. R. Birr.
Randall wa picked up it the
scene of a wreck in the vicinity
of the Japanese reception center
by a member of the highway
patrol and brought into Tulelake
for treatment. No details of the
accident were available late Monday.
There was never any intent
either directly or indirectly to
set up even the slightest re
semblance, of Gestapo methods
in planning gasoline rationing.
Price Administrator Leon
Henderson.
Paul O. Landry
ml quMtToM
"I a trustee, executor
or administrator of a
estate individually liable
for damages a result '
of accidents occurring ea
property In hi ehargT
Can this liability be ee.
red by Imuran and if
to, are such insurance
premium considered a
legitimate charges against
the estate"
For Information on any
Insurance problem, consult
the Landry Co 313 Mala
St. Phone 8612.
"The Court House I Juat
Acre Main Street Front
Our Office."
j
WATCH FOR
HER!
This may be the 1942
Home Deiorotor girl who
will be at your front door
soon with o FREE coy of
the greatest little paint
ing guide you ever saw
the gift bf your Sherwin
Williams dealer.
Welcome her!
She ha nothing to tell.'
', "I'liiiiilP i: S3 PROOF j . fj ,: L-'j-
MUST BE A REAS0I1.
YOU TRIED THIS
GREATS YEAR OLD
DOUnDOIlYET?.