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turn trip M(mday, where he re- Mr. and Mrs. Sabin ttastings KINZUA NEWS ceived medical treatment, spent the weekend at Milton on Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson business. and (laughter Doris spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wright and KINZUA DEFEATS SPRAY Joe Morgan was taken to the visiting relatives and friends at (laughter Patty spent the week Due to the condition of the ball doctor at Fossil Tuesday to re- Heppner. end visiting in The Dalles. of the week with his field following the rain, the Kin- ceive treatment for a badly laeer- Mrs. Bill Preston and son Don- Mrs. Anna Olsen arrived Thurs- turning to Eugene Sunday; zua team,journeyed to Spray Sun- ated finger, suffered while at ald took the former's sister Rose day from Boise to spend a few Mr. and Mrs. Allen day for their game which result- work. All to Arlington Saturday where weeks with her daughter, Mrs. children drove to Boise ed in a 4 to 2 win for Kinzua. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cantril she continued on by train to her Carl Manske. Carl Manske, who to visit relatives. Mr. The score was tied 2-2 until the drove to their ran'oh at Mosier to home in The Dalles, after having has been attending school at the turned Sunday leaving his tenth inning, when Joe Hendricks spend the week end .They stop- spent the past month at the Pres- University of Oregon, arrived there for awhile to receive hit a triple, bringing in two ped at The Dalles on their re- ton home. Thursday to spend the remainder cal treatment. COl CONDON. OREGON FRIDAY MAY 4, lf151 lns. NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING A daughter vas born to Mr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voters of Gilliam County High School District, of Gilliam County, State of and Mrs. Carl Manske at Hepp- that a SCHOOL MEETING of the said district will be held at Concbn, Oregon on the 29th day of May, 1951 at 2:00 o'clock p.m. her Saturday April 28. The baby, purpose of discussing the budget for the fiscal school year, beginning July 1, 1951 and ending June 30, 1952, hereinafter set who has been named Karen Anne, and t vote on the proposition of levying a district tax. weighed 9 pounds, 4 ounces. BUDGET WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS The Kinzua Women's club met at the kitchen Wednesday after- Schedule I ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND AVAILABLE CASH BALANCES noon for their regular business meetir/g and to do some quilting. * 3. Basic School Fund ................................ $ 9.692.57 It was voted by the club to pur- chase a clock for the library. Mrs. "16 Estimated Total Receipts ........................ $ 9,692.57 Frances Woods and Mrs. George Smith were hostesses. Schedule llGeneral Fund ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES MASONS ATTEND MEET Several members of the Fossil Masonic lodge attended the dis- trict meeting which was held at Condon Saturday evening. After the meeting, refreshments were served by the Rainbow girls. KATING PARTY HELD Mr. and Mrs. Joe Worlein gave a skating party at the hall Sun- " day afternoon. April 29 in honor of their daughter Lora's tenth birthday anniversary. After skat- ing and the opening of the pres- ents, the 24 guests partook of re- ITEM ]. GENERAL CONTROL 1. Personal service: (1) Superintendent ................... *(2) Clerk 2 ............................ 2. Supplies ............................. Election and Publicity ................ 3. Elections and publicity .............. *5. Other expense of general control: 11 S. Board expense & speaker ........ '6. Total Expense of General Control .... Condon 1900.00 150.00 200.OO 125.00 125.00 250.00 2,750.00 Arlington 1900.00 150.00 200.00 125.00 125.00 250.00 2,750.00 Expenditures for Two . Budget Next Preceding Total Allowance For for for the End of, First Ensuing Current 2-Year" Give. Year School year Period 5,500.00 2,400.00 1,525.00 fresh ments. SCHROEDER MOVES TO CAMP WETMORE .Harln Schroeder has taken II. INSTRUCTION--Supervision 1. Personal service *(I) Principals ......................... 4. Other expense of supervision .......... - *5. Total Expense of Supervision ....... 1,900.00 100.00 2,000.00 1,900.00 100.00 2,000.00 4,000.00 2,000.00 1,475.00 over the managing of the store at Camp Wetmore, after having t worked at the Kinzua Mercantile" for a number of years. The chroeders plan to move to Camp Wetmore in the very. near future. Schroeder spent a few days in Portland last week and purchased a new pick-up while there. Mrs. George Smith and son Billy, accompanied by Fred Smith drove to The Dalles Saturday where they received medical treatment. I,N ARRIVES A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herb Coffman. Thursday April 26 at Condon. The baby weighed 6 pounds and 9 ounces. III. INSTRUCTIONTeaching 1. Personal service *(I) Teachers .......................... ' (2) Sub teacher ...................... (3) Sub Teachers ...................... *2. Library Supplies, Repairs .............. *3. Supplies (chalk. paper, etc.) ............ *4. Textbooks ............................ *7. Total Expense of Teadhlng ......... 21,600.0O 300.00 llO.O0 900.00 350.00 100.00 23,360.03 19,500.00 300.00 110.00 900.00 350.00 50.00 21,210.00 44,570.00 19,510.00 1,865.00 IV. OPERATION OF PLANT . Personal service *(1) Janitors and other Employees ..... *2. Janitors' supplies .................... *3. Fuel ................................. *4. Light and power ...................... *5. Water ................................ *g. Telephone ............................ *7. Other expense of operation ............ *8. Total Expense of Operation ......... 3450.00 600.00 1,000.00 650.00 350.00 100.00 200.00 6,350.00 3.200.00 750.00 1,000.00 750.00 250.00 100.00 200.00 6,250.00 12,600.00 5,800.00 4,875.00 WFORK HOWEIt PRESENTED Mrs. J. D. Coleman and Mrs. Bob Stephens gave a stork show- er st the Coleman home Friday evening in honor of their niece, Mrs. Owen Leathers. Jr. The eve- ning was spent in playing games V. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR *1. Repair and maintenance of furniture and equipment ........................ *2. Repair and matrltenance of: (1) Buildings ......................... (2) Grounds .......................... *4. Total Expense of Maintenance and Repairs ......................... 500.00 2,000.00 500.00 , $,0,0@ 250.00 100.00 500.00 8,.00 $,850.00 $3,8e0.0 100.00 and opening gifts. Refreshments , were then served by the hostess- Vl, AUXILIARY AGENCI] es. I. Health service: *(1) Personal service (nurses, etc.) ...... M1P. DON OgTRANDER (4) P. E. Supply ...................... GIVEN BRIDE SHOWER *4. -Total ]pense of Auxiliary Agencies A bridal shower was given at "the hall Saturday April 28, in VII. FIXED CtlAPI 350.00 600.00 950.00 250.00 600.00 850.00 honor of Mrs. Don Ostrander. Those present enloyed playing games after which, the presents were opened. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Harlan Adams, Mrs. Herb Wright: Mrs. George Smith. Mrs. Bill Wrieht. Mrs. Bert Hoover. Mrs. Lyle. Ostrand- er and Mrs. Frances Woods. Church services were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brons Sunday evening. After the services refreshments were ser- ved. Six members o the Bible study group drov to Heppner to visit with Mrs. Carl Manske and in- fant daughter Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren moved to Condon Tuesday eve- nine, where_ be has employment. Mrs. O. L. Adams and daughter Charmtan and Mrs. Woodrow Webb and daughter Dinah went o John Day Thursday where Mrs. Webb received medical at- tentl6n. Mel Wham left Tuesday to goend a ,few days visiting rela- tives and lit'ends at Baker. Members of the Wheeler oun. ty hoalth group gathered at FoB- Ill for a luncheon and busln meeting Wednesday, April 25. 1. Insurance 1,000.00 (2) Retirement ........................ I,I00.00 4. Total Fixed Charges ................ 2,100.00 VIII. CAPITAL OUTLAYS 4, New furniture, equipment and replacements (Shop) .............. 500.00 5. Assessments for betterments ........ 6. Other capital outlays: (I) Libraray .......................... 555.00 (2) ................................... 1,560.00 7. Total Capital Outlays ' 2,615.00 "iX'. F'WKT--V fdE ...................... 125.00 I I  I , i X. EMEP,ENCY ......................... 1,000.0 ARLINGTON CONTRACT ..................................... Total Schedule II-- General lundTotal estimated for the year--sum of items I-6, II-5, III-7, VII-4 VIII-7, i i , Bchedule IIL_.Bond Interest and Slnkiing Fund , F D]gBT SERVICE-BOND INTER]iT AND 8INKING FUND 1: Principal on bonds (include negotiable interest-bearing warrants issued under section 111-1016, O.C.L.A.) .......... 2. Interest on bonds .................. $. Total u] lll--DelN ServleIhmd$ md. Interut ......................... 7,700.00 2,200.00 1,000.00 6,265.00 250.00 2,500.00 $ 89,035.00 2,275.00 1,000.00 i,O00.O0 $,500.00 $20,305.00 4,500.00 1.100.00 5,600.00 $ 22.000.00 6,000,00 3,550.00 100.00 3,650.00 12500 1,500.00 $ 28o,@0 i Jhedule Vl--Summa7 of ]Ftfmatu of Rxpendfture Keef, and &variable Cash Bahmce and Tax Levies on next pae