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Continued from previous page INDEBTEDNESS Aiount of bonded indebledness (iinclude all negotiable interest-bearing warrants issued 2. Under section 11i-101, O. C. L. A. ...... $2"25.000.00 Amount of warrant indebtedness on warrants issued and endoresd "not paid for want of funds" _ ................................. NONE " Amount of other indebtedness .............. NONE 1&apos; Total Indebtedness (sun; of items 1, 2, 3) .......... 8225,000.00 Dated this 20th clay of April, 1951 Signed Iovena S. Pahner Dewey \\;V. \\;Vest District Clerk Chairman, Board of DirectoI Approved hy Budget Committee 5-22-50. Signed: Clark Van Gaasbech O.V. Reser Secretary, Budget Committee Chairman, Budget Committee Poster this 20th clay of April, 1951 Lovena S. Palmer District Clerk CONDON GLOBE.TIMES Condon Personals Devils Down Honks Virginia Cooney returned home With 9-6 Victory ' this week after visiting her bro- ther Harry in Seattle since Eas- Condon cleaned Arlington in a ter. 9 to 6 victory Tuesday. Les Con- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Riney went boy, pitching the whole game, NOTICE (IF SCHOOl, EI, NCTION i. the Rural School District of Gilliam Cunty, Oregon, Upon Question of Increasing Tax Levy Ower Amount Limited by Section 11, Article XI, State . Low, celebrated his seventh to Portland recently, held the Arlington Honkers to anniversary last week Mrs. Paul Patrick has returned no score for the first three in- Constitution. home near Condon. Guests home from The Dalles where she nings. The Honkers finally broke NOTICE is hereby given that Craig Cimmiyotti, Tom- has been taking care of Mr. and loose In the fourth inning wi,th an election will be held May 15, two runs. The score stood 9 to 1951, by the Rural School District Philbrick, Bob and Joe Mona- Mrs. Wiley McDonald. 4 for Condon at the end of the of Gllliam County, S,tate of Ore- and Bob Anderson. Miss Miss Pat DeLaney visited her sixth. Altmann assisted in parents, Mr. and Mrs. James De- Rich Sherrell, Arlington pitch- son, in all component school dis- serving of refreshments. Laney, last week end. or, held the Blue Devils to no tricts. The purpose of the election - I - .UT  T  runs in the seventh" Arlingtn is tsubmit tthelegalvtersf NOt.) IIQTE TO-- , ,, I C)UC" tion of increasing the tax levy for chalked up two runs making the he rural school district the ques- t[ /A.N' Phi( Q,A,U614).W r/jIikt/v%NOU[ E A CTOV, final score 9 to 6. the fiscal year beginning July 1, I  I -. 1: ot4OUL.Q  O OOINO TO ,NAI2hhKR,6f2OCKI.. Condon's next league game will 1951, over the amount limited by ]  NI4,W xgOU I A I)l]..  be at Fossil ,aturday, April 21. Section 11, Article XI of the Con, I /l :)TVNNI  __)3OCN7 "---- Spray will play here April 26. sti'tution. L/ ") __ The Blue Devils wore their new The reasons for inoreasing such '0 IJQ, uniforms for the firs time at the levey are: -- i ;ji Arlington game. Increase in .teachers salaries. Emplovin added teachers. Cost HONOR, ATTENDANT, of operating schools has increas. ::::; Miss Alice aitzenberg, whose ed. Con*inued improvements and  !)}i! s marriage to Don Didier, Condon, repairs have to be made. will be an event of Saturday, The amount of tax, in excess of 5 ._'  April 28 in Portland, is honoring the six per een.t limitation pro- her bridesmaids with a luncheon posed to be l(vied by the rural '---- -x 1 I l: 14OW QO in her home Saturday, April 21 school district of Gilliam County, " '-.  '--.i Ta I/Q at. 12:30 in Portland. Marie Vidier, Oregon, for the fiscal year begin- :' PI$C'UT' ' 1| Ii. [/}14}_i -h O/k ,h, QI, sis,ter of the groom and also a ning July 1. 1951. is $1.50,411.15. [" Vl,'i.Ck J Iw 1--/''"5"'OI<:"( . brktesmaid will attend the hmch- Dated this 18 day of April, JOCkEy | I 1951. lovena S. Palmer, secretary, Rur- ,Muda MoNY I / / I.I,=K\\;(  Ill I1 ..// Condon Personals al School oard 'P[SC O-CtEYg ] / / l;(lX-/ I-[('-'5 Bo,-d Devin,,, was here last week C. N. teed, Chairman, Rural 5 "K .000051/I I:' i'ou:'U in a pamq discus-cXi;i;iiVTi;-:X-XX;i;i;;:r-- F?k'--   l/ I .I' I ]  sion contest held at OSC. M,'. Frank Chamberswa. call- I /''% " i   ;'}:-)'l/ I r/.." 1 f Yi \\;V,n'd hag recep.t}v t,e.en receiv-e,t,o Vnno, v,,(?r. \\;Vashhton this ' cd from M-s. Dan q'iernv. She i week to he with her grandson, feeling much hetler after her t)our}e Chambc:rs, who had n /l,< ........ Mr. an(1 Mrs..l. t. Kelley of m of ?,!r. and M;". Te,! Cha,n- I'eP, d!et,n l,'al l:(' week end I)ers. It i report:d that the little visiting friends here. t)r;y is doip.: , well amt will be Mr. and Mrs. 1C;t Bom and hm,tlqs week. Ted C]-aml)ers is daufl-:ter elmt Sunday in Pedle- n member of the faculty at the ton. Evergreen school., THE MASSEY-HARRIS 3-4 PLOW 44 NOTICE' To all members receiving ser- vice in the Condon area, power will be turned off at 12:30 noon April 24 for 4 hours for sub- station repair. Columbia Basin Electric Cooperative, Inc. RECORD CLOSE-OUT Your choice of this lot only 29c each IF MOCKINC, BIRD HII,L HOW HIGH THE MOON ABA-DABA HONEYMOON ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY ACROS THE WIDE MISSOURI TEN NESSE WALTZ . ** / WOULD I LOVE YOU SPARROW IN THE TREE TOP SYNCOPATED CL4)CK He m CANARY r" $ * * BRING BACK THE THLII.L NEVER BEEN KIS,ED IF YOU'VE GOT THE MONEY SHOTGUN BOOGY 1 LOVE Y(HT" A THOUSAND WAYS Also top hits now in stock JACKSON'S So EARRASSING to find that even your best Iflend doesn't know... so tiresome to hve tO IK. over and oveI.'Tm mcmried howl" There are lots ot iolk you'll want to kKow Weddinq Announce- . smmts me e T t l and easy to send. You , may mm the largest and flnoet solection In the 8taro at our off,o. Priv are tsoaMe. I deliveries me prompt. 5 ,4 free Bride . about the Wedding \\; ..it's authoritative \\; -i" [ ond cortaint many 'd/ 4int,. you'll want to know abottt eddin& etiquette catt 1o, you .'opy. THIS HEWSPAP|It Here's a 4-cylinder husky that's built for more than .. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II " I I 1 just average conditions.., a tough, versatile, depend- I born 3-4 plow jobs on your farm. It's out on a tough I field job that you really get to know the 44. That you really discover its lugging ability and economy. You I ' Dite ............................................ take heavy plowing and discing jobs in stride . . . plant, cultivate, haul seemingly with no effort. Please enter my" subscription to the Condon Globe-Times 'or a period And you do it on less fuel! / I There are more acres of work in every tank of ga of . ................ ' .................................. , or until ordered disconinued by me. i with the 44. More furrows plowed, more rows planted, I nore dollars and ents suvings in every operation. Name ...................................................................................................................... See us soon for com51ete details on the Massey-Harris I | 3-4 Plow 44. Get the power and economy leader for . Address .................................................................................. '. Phone ................ I ou farm. I | Town ...................................................... .............. : ................................................ , -: ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE .- I CONDON MACHINE SHOP I I ]ind Enclosed $ ........................ : Phone Condon 410 One Year....$3.00 Six Months....$1.50 Three Years....$7,50 i I L_------ ------------------]