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,Corporation Of Ranson Ranson, W. Va. Statement Jtfly 1, 1965 To June 30, 1966 BALANCE JULY 1, 1965 122.32 FOR YEAR. 2,486.78 4,030.00 Fees 91.50 14,647.07 Fees 5,673.19 Tax 182.81 Meters 1,895.52 and Dog Taxes 514.70 Tax 200.00 Hall Fund for Streets) 2,000.00 G. Carson (Part of Mayor's Donated for Street Work 587.45 RECEIPTS FOR YEAR JUNE 30, 1966 32,666.28 32,788.60 ;EMENTS FOR YEAR Mayor's Salary Recorder's Salary Attorney's Salary Treasurer's Salarie Councilman's Salarie's 595.00 YEAR Clerk Hire 230.64 Potice Salaries 6,177.88 BANK BAL. JULY 1, 1966 I General Expenses of Police Dept. 1,745.58 863.06 WRhholding Taxes 721.24 Jones & ughtin Steel Corp. Carper and Mrs. Raymond Gott, 288.44 Mics. Expenses 557.59t 86.871schalk spent last week Ocean 300.00 Issuance Fees 87.00 Jefferson Hdwe. Co. 42.29 City, Md. 192.17 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FOR West Va. Sta, te Industries 111.45 Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd and 1,309.98 Garbage Employees Salaries DISBURSEMENTS FOR YEAR 2,974.62 ENDING JUNE 30, 1966. Street Lights 2,242.70 Traffic Lights 436.22 Repairs ~ Traffic LLghts 71.66 Telephone 9.90 l%re Protection 648.00 Postage 34.25 Salary of HeaLth Officer 75.00 General Expenses of Fire Dept. 150.00 Jail Fees 90.75 Legal Publications 157.17 ~ Insurance 304.60~ Official's Bonds 73.22 Engineering Dept. 200.00 Salaries of Street Employees 510.20 Street Supplies and Repairs 8,431.44 State Audit 197.46 Parking Meters 944.79 Social Security Tax 950.52 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OFFERS FOR SALE On Monthly Installment Plan GRAVES LOT- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month 31,043.02 Valley Hdwe. Co. 1.75 Lowe Brothers 8,100.00 Ambrose Mach, ine Shop19.68 Whitmore Lumber Co. 19.00 Aspbatt Products Co. 50.04 SINGLE GRAVE LOT --- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CON effESs STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. MAYOR'S SALARY General Expenses of Garbage W. G. Carson 863.06 Dept. 1,217.52 Stationery and Office Supplies RECORDER'S'r SALARY 000.00 Edgar Ware 24.09 288.44 FOR COMPLETE DETAILS Saturday, Ju|y 30, 1,966 - 10:00 A. M. Corner George And Congress S reet Charles Town, W. Va. Mary I. Baker 264.35 TREASURER'S SALARY Miary I. Baker 192.17 ATTORNEY'S SALARY F. Lee Bushong 300.00 COUNCILMEN'S SALARIES Ralph Henry 120.00 Frank Comer 120.00 Francis Ah, alt 115.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins 120.00 Lewis Ramey 120.00 595.00 SALARY OF CLERK Mary I. Baker 230.64 SALARIES OF POLICE I John Wri~tt 2,415.82 I Calvin Bennett 2,989.75 C. D. Mercer 772.31 6,177.88 NEW EQUIPMENT POLICE DEPARTMENT Kastle's Men's Shop 241.80 Circle Service Station 225.79 Jefferson County Motors 326.41 Ranson Atlantic 182.69 Slusher's Citgo 241.78 Russell Miller, Jr. 18.00 Caperton Bros. 1.75 Moore Electronics 47.50 W. Albaum Hat Co. 16.36 Williams Auto Parts 7.00 1,309.98 EXPENSE FEEDING PRISONERS Jefferson County Court 90.75 GENERAL EXPENSE OF FIRE DEPT. Citizen's Fire Co. 75.00 Independent Fire Co. 75.00 150.00 SALARY OF HEALTH OFFICER Jefferson Country Health Dept. 75.00 SALARIES OF GARBAGE EMPLOYEES Glyde Robinson 2,778.32 William Redman 13.13 Arthur Henderson 183.12 2,974.62 GENERAL EXPENSE OF GARBAGE DEPT. Clendening Motors, Inc. 280.65 SluSher's CRgo 219.01 Circle Service Station 218.22 Community Auto Parts 62.77 Ranson Atlantic 172.10 pA, mb 3se Machine Shop 16.58I es Supp y Inc. + 6A0 Works 8.00 t Goode Bros. Inc. 164.44 Jefferson Hdwe. Co. 1.35 Jefferson Publishing Co. 68.00 1,217.52 POSTAGE P stmaster - R nson 34.25 FIRE PROTECTION Charles Town Water Dept. 648.00 STREET LIGHTING Potomac Light & Power Co. 2,242.70 TRAFFIC LIGHTS Potomac Light & Power Co. 197.22 W. S. Darley Co. 239.00 i REPAIRS 436.22 TO TRAFFIC LIGHTS Potomac Light & Power Co. 71.66 TELEPHONE General Telephone Co. 9.90 LEGAL PUBLICATIONS Jefferson Publishing Co. 116.37 The Independent 40.80 157.17 INSURANCE Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co. 232.60 E. L. McDonald Agency 72.00 304.60 OFFICIAL'S BONDS W~sltington, Alex~nder & Cooke 20.00 l~a~on Real Est. and Ins. Co. 53.22 73.22 ENGINEERING DEPT. &)hn Kusner 200.00 SALARIES OF STREET EMPLOYEES Belonging to the late Miss Sara W. Coe Walnut chest of drawers; walnut stand with drawers; drop. leaf mahogany parlor table; Governor Winthrop walnut desk; ~dnut corner cupboard: marble.top sideboard; display cabinet; etagonal marble-top table; 2 glass enclosed bookcases; large %llection of chairs, overstuffed, wing chair, ladder-back. Wind- 4 dining room chairs, several old straight-back and rocking Chairs; also large collection of stands consisting mostly of alnut, all very old; sewing stand; telephone stand; dining Oom drop.leaf table; marble-top, closed front storage cabinet; what.not; pine blanket chest; small cherry table; large 8,431.33 STATE AUDIT State Tax Commissioner 197.46 PARKING METERS Duncan Parking Meter Co. 944.79 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX Social Security Contribution 950.52 WITHHOLDING TAXES Director of Inten~al Revenue 667.84 State Tax Commissioner 53.40 721.24 MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES John WriCt (Abstracts) 45.00 Mrs. Ch arles Clark (Refund) 5.92 James P. Morison 22.50 Duncan Pro'king Meter Co. 47.38 Los Angeles Stamp Co. 18,40 Win. Warden, MD 5.00 Potomac Light & Power Co. 73.41 Mrs. Dorothy Evans (Refund) 4.98 Calvin Bennett (Abstracts) 34.00 Jefferson County Commurrications 200.00 Town Hall Fund (Refund) 101.00 557.59 ISSUANCE FEES Mary I. Baker 87.00 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1966. $31,043.02 I, Mary I. l aker, Treasurer of the Corporation of Ranson, W. Va. do hereby certify that the above statement has been prepar- ed the best of my knowledge and is a .true and actual statement of the financial condition of the Corporation of Ranson, W. Va. for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966. Mary I. Baker Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to be- fore me tl s 25th day of July 1966 Jo Ann M. Magaha Notary Public July 28-14. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mr. and Mrs. George Benedum and daughter,. Barba.ra, Harris- burg, Pa., were recent weekend guests of Mrs. W. B. Hammond. Mrs. Lige Miller, Mrs. Howard bed, complete; twin beds, complete; mahogany with mirror; walnut dre4 stng table with mirror; 2 ntel clocks; brass door knocker; old fireplace stOve front; son, Ercel, Mrs. Vivian Watson, Shepherdstown, and M~iss Nancy Boyd, Hy~ttsville, Md.,'attended a party ~n honor of the fourth birthday of Ann Kathleen Watson of Berryville, on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. W~tson, Jr., were hosts at the affair. Gary and Larry Thomas, mem- bers of the Shepherdstown White Sox who were chosen to play with the All Stars in the Pony League, returned home on Satur- day from East Liverpool, Ohio, after a victory over the East Liv- erpool team. The boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas. Ru.sseq Fowler carried the mail on Route One last week while James "Bubby" Slusher was on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hamstead and son, David were in Grafton last Thursday to viist Mrs. Cath- ryn Heinz who is spending .some time with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hamilton. Members of Grace Church en- joyed a bountiful picnic supper on the church lawn on Sunday evening. Following the meal Mo~e Stuckey led the group in a vesper program which included group singing and the reciting of Bible verses by the children. Miss Angle Lloyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lloyd of Charles Town has been visiting her cous- in, Miss Mary Creamer. Irvin and Frankie Hall will hold a sale at the home of the latter on Saturday, July 30, begin- ning at 11 a.m., to settle the es- tate of their mother, Mrs. Stella Pain,ter, deceased. Mrs. Virginia Everhart attend- ed the Convention of Postmasters at Wheeling las t weekend. She served as chadrman of the hospi- tality committee. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas were Mrs. Alice Stansberry and three grandchil- dren, Mrs. Cecil Healy and fam- ily, and Miss Darlene Bowman, all of Little Washington, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rowland and son, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rowland anad family, Martinsburg. Bridal Shower for Miss Thatcher Miss Carol Ann Thatcher was guest of honor at a kitchen shower at the home of Mrs. Hen- ry Snlder, Jr., last Saturday morning. Guests, all former high school and c )liege classmates of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSI)AY, JULY 28, 1966 Miss Thatcher, enjoyed a coffee horn- in .the living room of the beautiful pre-Civil War home, which .was graced with garden flowerg. Miss Thatcher, whose engage- men.t to Jesse Van Evera of Shep- herd~stown wa~ announced recent- ly, is the d,aughter of Professor and Mrs. Wi,lliam R. Thatcher of Shepherdstown. Be Wise -. Advertise Read The Spirit-Advocate THE B--5 MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 +N+m[c+ FEATURES .... 104 E. Washington +St. - Charles Town e6 ROOMS elY2 BATHS OLAUNDRY DIAL 725-7321 ...COMPLETE FOR AS LITTLE AS $3.40 PER DAY (AFTER A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT) Them. Butter rate; brass andirons; brass fireplace tools and coal hod; brass'1J eToneWiltJohnson I1" /m Candle holders; pair pewter candle holders; gold vase; oriental Arthur Henderson 90.04 and many pieces of oriental bric-a-brac; The Following Donald l agaha 39.37 V. H. Peer 153.00 welry- 1 opalite ring with diamonds; 1 golden sapphire Circle Service Station16.50 (synthetic); 1 imitation brooch; 1 diamond bar pin, total James Newman 53.75 ct.; 1 18-K Geneve watch; 1 18-i{ pendantwatch; 1 Mlver Joe l edman 10.17 watch; I 14-K ladies bracelbt watehi 1 ladles yellow gold John Hough 18.75 a watch; 1 Zircon pin; 1 pin locket and pearls pearl ace; several portraits; pictures and pictUre frames; China; 510.40 ware and siher ware; (Collectors will be able to find STREET SUPPLIES AND ; of interest here); electric portable Singer sewing mach- REPAIRS RCA radio; G. E. refrigerator; Frigidaire stove; electric fan; iron; table and floor lights; Remington portable vriter; day bed; bed and table linens; blankets and quilts; writing desk; trunks aml suit cases; card table; Ironing books; rugs, large and scatter size; ottoman; several boxes; room screen; clothes hamper; chrome porch furniture; cooking utensils; garbage can and articles not listed. ~'~r ~eil'hlg Oe rv4$ The 8+stl 1 Bank of CharlesTown, Executor " SO N 0 T 0 N E ! Estate of Sara W. Coe Of Hagerstown ineers: MILLER -THARPE ROY R. FURR, Manager C. W. MOORE - CLARK FURl{ OTE: The Jewelry will be sold promptly at 12:00. it ili be 733 South Potomac Street display from 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 on the day of sale, or can Hagerstown, Md. Seen by calling at the Bank of Charles Town, anyitme. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3.3242 Or July 21-2t- I INSULATED WINDOWS & SCREENS MANY MANY OTHER ITEMS INCLUDED (TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION) II full parts & labor W RR,A, IITY This Exclusive Potomac Edison war. ranty covers: (1) Free Parts for 5 Years (2) Free Labor for 5 Years (3) At no Additional Cost over ad- vertised l rices of Appliances. Poton E Part of the Allegheny Power System OWASHER eWALL TO W.,~,LL CARPET eDRYER $CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS eDISHWASHER eCERAMIC BATH OVEN--HOT PLATES t'GRIDDLE--HOOD & FAN) ml(o c (Local Builder- Local Service) -- Visit Mice Model Home. Next to Coming ORPORATION-Glass in Martinsburg, W. Va. PHONE 267-8928. FPI-168K, lS.9 CU. ft. (N standard), 3 Colors or white. UP TO on a new Frigidaire AUTOMATIC I RDE-aSK, ~ eleetfic, 4 o|ors or wl~it~. on the fabulous Frigidaire ELE(YrI - actually cleans itself electrically MORE THAN on a new Frigidaire CHA RLES TOWN on a new Frigidaire