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OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, to-wit: a Regular Session of the Board of Education of Jefferson County at the regular meeting place thereof on the 28th day of March, Present: L. J. McDonald, President of said Board of Education, ILow~ll H. Hetzel, Leo J. Widmyer and J. Strider Meier, Mere- accordance with Section 12, Article 8, Chapter 11,~ of the West Code, as amended, the Board proceeded to make an esti- of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for fiscal year, and doth determine and estimate the several to be as follows: SCHOOL CURRENT--ESTIMATED RECEIPTS (1) The a_mount due and the amount that will become due and COllectible during the current fiscal year EXCEPT FROM THE LEVY OF TAXEStobet made for the year. Amount Due from Sheriff (Estimated Checks Outstanding and Balance, June 30, 1966) ............ $ 93,587.00 Taxation and Appropriations Received (Other than net tax collections) .................... 3,000.00 Other Revenue from Local Sources ................... 1,500.00 State Funds ........................................ 1,001,834.00 Funds Received Through State .............. 13,000.00 from Federal Sources ...................... 63,140.00 Accounts .................................. 93,390.00 ceipts for the current fiscal year with proper aflowal ce for del q- uent taxes, exonerations and contingencies: SCHOOL CURRENT--ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS : ~aza,,~:~ ................................ $ 30,912.00 IUX~ ~u~vxxz~x~-kllUl~ ....................... ~ 38,612.0U rr,ac,pals .............................. $ 141,920,00 I~Olk~lAlt~lkIlt~ or 5upervx$ors .............. D%~uu.u0 TeauimfS ............................... 1,0U~,~U.00 Other ~nstructmnal Staff ................ lo,;~uo.00 ~,cretarial anct L;lerical Assts. .......... 20,;J~.00 To~a.t ~amrms .................................... 91,222,305.00 Ottter t urrent xpease: 'IeXLDooKs ............................. 8,200.00 t~tlt~t blDrarles & AUXttOVISual ~uate.rtais 2U,~U,u,UO leacw=ag ~uppiies ...................... ll,0~.00 Ulaler ,4~xpeuwcs ........................ 6,~.U0 Total Uther t:urrent Expenses ..................... $ 45,400.00 ~I~)'I'AL IN S'I'KUL'1OI~ .......................... $1,2ti'1,/Ob.OU ATTENDANCE ~I~RVICES: ~Salartes ................................ $ 4,135.00 Other Expense .......................... 700.00 TOTAL A'VrENDANCE SERVICES ................ $ 4,835.00 HEALTH SEKVICE~: Contracted ~ervtces ..................... 4,575.00 Total Estimated Receipts .......................... $1,269,451.00 2Y)'rAL HEALTH SERVICES ...................... $ 4,575.00 (2) The total of all other expenditures to be paid out of the re- PUPIL TRA~U~t'ORI'ATION ~I~RVlCES: Sa3aries ................................ $ 70.620.00 Replacements of Vehicles ................ 18,000.00 Pup~l Transportatmn Insurance .......... 1,400.00 Expenditures in Lieu of '12"ansportation 100.00 Other Expenses for Operation and Mmntenance ...................... 20,240.00 As the Executor of the late Miss Emma Kate Riley's Estate, TOTAL TRANSPORTATION ...................... $ 110,360.OO We will sell at PubUc Sale the following household good, effects, OPERATION OF PLANT: aad Real Estate. Located at Summit Point, W. Va., about 7 Salaries ................................ $ 45,980.00 ~liles West of Charles Town, W. Va. on: Con, tracted Services ...................... 400.00 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1966 aeat for Uuild gs ...................... 21.ooo.oo Utilities (Except Heat for Buildings} 26,000.00 Sale Starting At 10:00 O'Clock Supplies ................................ 7,700.00 HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Other Expenses ......................... 4OO.OO TOTAL OPERATION OF PLANT .................. $ 101,480.00 Double iron bed, complete;. 2 Double wooden beds, complete; MAINTENANCE OF PLANT: Day bed; Bed linens and Table linens; Pillows; Oak dressers; Wash stands; Bed stands;. Toilet sets; Towel rack; About 26 Salaries ................................ $ 28,700.00 Straight back and Rocking chairs; 2 Lawn chairs; Breakfast Contraeted Services ..................... 11,000.00 set and Chairs; Mantel clock; 2 Radios; Porch swing and Fur. Replaceme~lt of Equipment .............. 11,000.00 Other Expenses 18,500.00 alture; Frigidaire electric stove with 4 holes; Frigidaire elect- ........................ tie refrigerator; Westinghouse washing mac}fine. Tlmse apiill- TOTAL MAINTENANCE OF PLANT .............. $ 69,2OO.OO FIXED C~G~J: aaces are in A-1 shape. Oak library table; Floor light and Table lights; Davenport; Curtain stretchers; Cardboard wardrobe; 2 School District Contributions Trunks; Minnesota sewing machine; Suitcase; Matting and Lin. Oleum rugs; Pictures; Curtains; 12-Gauge single barrel shot g~n; Baskets; Medicine cabinet; Ironing board; Cooking utem Slls; Pots and Pans; Some China; Rodgers silver; Canned fruit; Glass jars; Warm Morning heating stove; Oil stove; About 2 rods of fencing wire; Some wood; 24 ft. Extension ladder; hewing scythe; 2 Tin tubs; Lantern; Step ladder; 2 Coal hods; arbage can; 2 Hand mowers; Garden tools; Watering cab; oe last and stand; Some paint; Oil can and oil: These artleles are in A.1 shape. REAL ESTATE 7 Room House with Furnace and ]lath on ~ Acre of land on Itawthorne Avenue. Real Estate Will Be Sold At 1 O'Clock, TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Charles Town Executors Of .......... Miss Emma Kate Rlley's Estate Summit Point, W. Va. AUctloners: PAUL MILLER and H. CLAY THARPE W. MOORE, Clerk April 7.2t- to Employee Retirement ................ $ 59,000.OO Insura~me and Judgments ............... 20,100.00 Rental of/.,and and Buildings ............ 1,200.00 TOTAL FIXED CHARGES ........................ $ FOOD SERVICES: Other Expenses ......................... 200.00 TOTAL FOOD SERVICES ..........................$ 200.00 COMMUNITY S~RVICES: 4-H Club ................................ $ 3,OO0.00 Adult Education ......................... 400.00 (E. O. A.) OperaUon Headstart ........... 33"140.OO TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES .................. $ CAPITAL OUTLAY: Sites ................................... $ 1,000.00 Equipme~at ............................. 9,607.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY ....................... $ QUT-GO IN(~ ;.T~&~'S FER AC COUNTS: .......... Tuition to other than Public Schools ...... 300.00 TOTAL OUT-GOING TRANSFER ACCOUNTS ...... $ 300.00 CLEARING ACCOUNTS: Food Services ........................... $ 92,7OO.00 Student Body Activities .................. 630.00 TOTAL CLEARING ACCOUNTS .................. $ 80,300.00 37,140.00 10,607.00 93,390.00 SCHOOL CURRENT EXPENSES--RECAPITULATION RINGS 1, Administration ........................ $ 38,612.00 2. Instruction ........................... 1,267,705.00 3. Attendance Services ................... 4,835.00 4. Health Services ........................ 4.575.00 5. Pupil Transportation Services .......... 110,360.00 6. Operation of Plant ................... 101,480.00 Z Maintenance of Plant .................. 69,200.00 8. Fixed Charges ........................ 80,300.00 9. Food Services ......................... 200.00 10. Community Services .................. 37,140.00 11. Capital Outlay ......................... 10,607.00 12. Outgoing Transfer Accounts ............ 300.00 14. Total School Current Expenditures .............. $1,725,314.00 15. Plus Clearing Accounts ................ 93,390.00 17. Total Olearing & Transfers ........................ $ 93,390.00 18. Estimated Outstanding Obligatilons June 30, 1966: 19. Former Years Orders .................. $ 60,000.00 ~. Amount of Above Obligations to be Paid from Current Levy .......................... $ 60,000.00 23. Total Estimated Disbursements Lines 14, 17 and 22 $1.878,704.00 ?,4. Estimated Receipts ................................ 1,269,451.00 25. Net Amount to be Ra~I by a Levy of Taxes ........ 609.253.00 26. Total Lines 24 and 25 (Must agree with liae 23) .... $1,878,704.00 SCHOOL CURRENT--~XPENDITU RES STIMATE ttnE_very Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed rrect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and ecise modern cut are found in only one diamond in dreds. tAll Keepsake diamonds are protected against less the setting for one year. Each ring earri a fife- e trade-in privilege, plus permanent registration... his is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsake. COMPLETE SETS FROM: W Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are Your Authorized Keepsake Dealer. 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725.7411 -- CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. Assessed CLASS NUMBER I Valuation Personal Property ................ $ 4,S99,2 o.oo Public Utility Property .............. 124,600.00 Total Clam No. I ................. 4,823,810.00 CLASS NUMBER II Real Estate ........................ $16,663,685.00 c CLASS NUMBER III Real Estate ........................ $ 7; 07,000.00 183.6 c Personal Property ................. 4,8 8,770.OO Public Utility Property ............ 4.9 4,3OO.OO Total Class No. III ............... 17,0OO,070.00 CLASS NUMBER IV Real Estate ........................ $ 3,912,930.00 183.6 c Personal Propm y .................. 3,434,325.00 Public Utility Property ............ 985,3~.~0 ~tal Class No, IV ......... ....... 8,332,555.OO TAL VALUATION .......... ...$4~,880,120.00 Rate of Levy Proposed 45.9 c (HERE FOLLOW WITH ALL OTHER LEVY ORDERS INCLUDING INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS AND PERMANENT IMPROVE- MENTS) TOTAL CLASS I ................... $ 4,823,810.00 4.4 c TOTAL CLASS II .................~6,663,685.00 8.8 c TOTAL CLASS III ................. 17,0OO,070.00 17.6 c TOTAL CLASS IV ................... 8,332,255.00 17.6 c TOTAL LEVY ............ ....... $d6,8~,120~0 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, TO.WIT: I, T. A. Lowery Secretary of the Board of Education of said county do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and e~Iterod by ~ ~ on the 2~h day of March, 1966. Given under my haud this 28th day of March, 19~. April T. A laO'Aq! ,RY, Sec F. u tion, Ja fws n Coun Two Farms IJcaled Near Shepherdstown Are Sold To Virginia People "Back to the old home town" appears to be the motivation be- hind the sale last week of two farms located in Jefferson Coun- ty near Shepherdstown. Meadowbrook Farm of 219 acres with an old stone house built in 1812, was sold by Mrs. William Tabler and the late Mr. Tabler, of Hagerstown, Md. to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nickell of Fairfax, Virginia. An electrical engineer, Mr. Nickell is a member of the tech. nical staff of System Sciences Corporation, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Nickell is the former Bar- bara Knott, daughter of'Mr, and Mrs. Robert Knott, Moler's Cross Roads. The couple have three children. The Nickells plan to restore the old stone house and eventually use the farm located on the Trough Road for the raising of beef cattle. Navy Captain and Mrs. John B. Schley of Arlington, Virginia, have purchased a farm, consisting of 147 acres on Shepherd Grade, from Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Myers, Jr. Both of the Schleys are nat- ives of Shepherdstown. Captain Schley is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Schley, and Mrs. Schley is the former Jean Snyder, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William B. Snyder, Sr. They plan to return and live on their farm when Captain Schley finishes his Navy career. The large red brick house on the property zs over a hundred years old. Until such time as the Schleys retire, Mr. and Mrs. My- ers plan to live in the house and operate the farm. Both sales were made by Mrs. Robert "Chris" Knott, area repre- sentative for the Tighe Woods Realtor fiun of Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry and Washington, D, C. Old-Fashioned Trumpet Needed As Prop For Blue dge Players Production An old-fashioned ear trumpet is still needed as an important prop for The Blue Ridge Players' production of "The Silver Whis- tle" at The Opera House in Berry villa on Friday, Saturday and Sun day, April 15, 16 and 17. Anyone willing to lend one may call the play's director. Cornelia Niemann at Boyce 476. or the stage man- ager, Lucy Gilpin, Boyce 124. Otherwise, the play in its final week of rehearsal, has emerged as a merry and touching comedy concerning the inhabitants of an old peoples' home and the impact of a gallant and experienced tramp upon their lives. 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