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'i" 8. Cap~tal Sq~AT~E OF WV~ST V]EROEbEEA. 11. COU~NTY OF J~SO~, ~x>-~wTr: 12. A a rgular v,e~ion of ~Jae Board of Education of Jef.ferson County 13. held at She regular meeting place tl~e~eof, o~a She 1st day of August, 14. 1961. Present: L. J. M~ki, President of said ~So~rd of Edu- 15. cataon, ~nd Leo Widn~yer a~d Sh~ley Hur~, Member. 16. In accordance wi,th ~cblon 12, Artlcle 8, Chapter 67, Acts 1933, 17. Second Extraor4inary Session, .the ~ proceed~ ,to make an 18. ~eoe of t~te amounts nece$~bry ~ ;be ~lsed by ~ levy of taxes ~or the current ~lscal year, and cloth de,ermine and e~lm~te the 2O. 22. ~everal arnount~ to be a,s fo|lows: )23. SCHOOL CUR m r--- T D I (1) amotmt due andtl t will ,become due 24. eoUect~,ble durJnu .the ~u~ren~ f4sc~ ye~,r except from ,the LNVY OF 25. TE ] 5~ Transporba~on ................................... ~/0,03S.00 ] Given under my handd %his 1~ day of August 1961. 1 BSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F~IRS AUXiliary Agencies ................................ 31,787.00 EMILY A. M. STAErJ.,EY, Clerk 4-- THURSDAY, AUGUST C~rren$ l~txed ~es ........................... 39,973.00 Ck)urtty Cour~ JefOer~x~ County. Outlay ................................... 44,100.00 3% ~eserve ...................................... 19.395.00 Total School Cuxren~ Expenditures .......... $1,256,074.00 Classified ~s Follows: Personal Services ............................... 1,013,839.00 Other Curren~ Expense and 3% l~ese~e .......... 198,135.00 Capital Otttlay .................................. 44,100.00 Total School Current Expenditures (Must agree w~th ,Line 12) ........................1,256,074.00 Outstanding Obligations June 30, 1961: Curren~ Year Orders ............................ 26.515.46 To~l Orders ~nd ,Bills Ou,tstandi,ng .......... 26,515.46 TAXES ~o be made $or the year. 26. Amoun~ due from Sher~{.f .......................... $ 72,487,50 27. Del~inquent real estate, redemption and sales ........ 2,200.00[ Vocational aid ....................................... 9,000.00 [ tate aid (Regular) ................................. 646,485.00 CLASS NUiV BE . I Valuation State A~d--.Hoanebound ~hildren ...................... 400.00 .Personal Property .............. $8,005,100.00 S~te Aid--~upe~int'~ade.nt's ~tary .................. 803.00 Publ.ic Util~%y Prol~rty ......... 191,900.00 St~e aid--~H~l~ Lttrtches ............................... 1,712.00 Total Clas~ No. I .......... 8,197,000.00 l~ederal aid--Hot Lunmhes ...........................24~00.00 Federal A~d~-A~I Other ~ ...................... 7,650.00 CLA~S NUMBER II Ml~cell.aneous Rec~l'pt~-I~val ........................ $ 2,167.96 Real Estate .................. $13,402,580.0{} TOTAL ......................................... $767,705:46 CLASS NU~I~ER IH Real Estate ................ $ 6,132,250.00 (2) The ~ of ~ other expenditures o be paid ou~ of the ~ceipt~ for the vurren~ ,fiscal year wi~h proper al~wance for delm- quen~ ~txes, exonerations a~td oor~Mnge~fles: gK2HOOL CU~M~--ESMTE~ DISBURSEMENTS OENERAL COI~OL: Persorml ~ervlces: Superintend~t .................................... $10.053.00 Me~r~bers Board of Education ....................... 1,800.00 Cle~ca~ AsPirants .................................. 5,280.00 Attendance Officers ................................. 3,610.00 Total Person~ ~ .......................... $20,743.00 Other Cttrren~ F~pee~: Postage ............................................ $ 350.00 Te4ephone and Telegr~ .......................... 700.00 TraveUng ,Expe~~-- Superintendent .................................. 1.00.00 A~tend~nce Offlce~s ............................... 500.00 All Othex ........................................ 250.00 Degal Advez~lng ................................... 700.00 Office Supl~Me~. 600.00 Auclit~ by Tax ============================ 1,500.00 Legal and Technical Services ........................ 100.00 Trttancy C~sts. .................................... 100.00 Total O~er Current E~ .................. 5,800.00 TOTAL O~ ~L ................. $20,543.00 Amount of A'bo~e Obligations Proposed to be Paad from ,Current 'Levy ........................ Total Estimated D~sbursements Lines 17 ~nd 23 Esti:m~ted Receipts .............................. Net Amour~t ,to ,be l~ised by Levy of Taxes ...... Total Lines 25 and 26 (Must Agree wi,t~ IAae 24) SCHOOL CUR~ENT--EXPENDrrUI%ES ES~IMA'IrE 26,515.46 1,282,589.46 676,705.40 514,884.00 1,282,859.46 INSTRUCTIO~I: Person~l Servl~es (In~lu~ing excess for posi?,ion and Experience) Principals ........................................ $123,330.00 Teachers ........................................ , 688,368.00 Proposed 45.9c 91.8 91.8 Personal Propezty ............ 3,248,475.00 Public Utility Property ....... 5,253,100.00 Total Class No. III ........14,833,825.00 CLASS NUMBER IV Real Estate .................. 3,118,700.00 Personal Property ............ 2,3.99.200.00 Pu, On~ Utitl,ty Property ....... 931,700.00 Tobal Class No. IV ........ 6,449,600.00 TOTA~ COUNTY .......... $42,683,005.00 COUNTY SCHOOL BOND PURPOSE-- INTEREST AND SINKING FUND Total Class Total Class Total C}a~s Total Class I .................... $ 8,197,000.00 5.c II ................... 13,402,580.00 10.c III .................. 14,633,825.00 " 20.c IV .................... 6,449,600.00 20.c 183.6c 183.6c TOTA~ ~gVY ............... $42,683,005.00 STATE OF WEST VI~INI.~, CO~T~ OF JF_,Fee'XERSON, TO-WIT: I i, T. A. Lowery, ~ecret~ry of the Board of Ed~ca.t~on of sa~ cou.nby do hereby v~r.tffy ,that t~he forego~r~g are ~ue cop~es from tn. rec~a o~ oraer~ ,mad~ and er~t~red by said board on the 1st a~ of A~tgust, 1961. C~ve~ kmdor my hand Vhis 1st day of August, 1961. T. A. LOWERY, Secretary Board of Education Jefferson County. August 3 and 10-2t. oTATE OF WEST VII~CHNIA, A.~ a ~ega~ar s~s~oa o, ~ae t~ou, r,~y Co~trt of Jef.ferson Count~, Vocational Teachers ................................ 33.9~.00 Other Insh-a~ional St~f ......................... 21,450.0{} Princl.pa~' Clerical Aa~-tan~ ...................... 9.975.00 Teachers' Slok Leave ............................... 6,900.00 Homebound Cl%ldren .............................. 400.00 Total Per~nal Servlces ......................... 884,408.00 Othe: Curre~ Expenses: ~x,tboo~ ........................................ $ 4,500.00 Conunencemont Expense~ .......................... 500.00 neAa on um Ist day of August, 1961, .P.resent Cl~rles W. Whiningly, Traveling Expenses ................................ 2,100.90 ~res~aent; ~nd Her~ry H. ~nyder, J@mes W. MalCx)n and George R. larlnting and Binding .............................. 300.00 Cram, Commissioners. Office Supl~les 0Prl~) ....................... 100.00i Ia accora~nce wi~h Section 10, A~ticle 8, Chapter 67, Acts 1933 I~hyslc~'l E~ucatiorl S~l~a~l~es ....................... 500.00 Second Ex~re~rdinary ~e~s~on, ,t~e Court proceeded ~to make an eesti- O~her Instructional Supplies ...................... 4,000.00] ma~e oi the amour~s necessary to ,be raised by a ,levy of taxes for 800.00 the currer~t ~iscal year, ~nd doth determine and estima~ ~e ~ev~ral T~al Or,her Cuxrent 'Expenses ................. 12,800.00 amou~n)~ to be as follows: L~ TOTAL INS'I~UCTION .......................... $897,208.00 G~'.U~:~,~L COUNTY PURPOSES ,~PEI~kT~ON O~ PLANT: ESTIMATE Personal Services: Estimate Form No. 1 Su~perintender~t of Buildings ......................... $ '2,370.00 J~Ritors ........................................... 31,568.00 ~.~v~A~'~ ~x&~tPT~: Total ~n~l Services ........................... 33,938.00 l~ne a,~oar~ tree, ann me amour~t that will become due and col- Other Currer~t Expenses: i l)ecUole ~ro~n every source dur,~ng the ou~ren,~ I~scal year, EXCEFT Telephone ,~nd ~elegraph ........................... $ 1,800.00 W~lYl T~E LEVY O/~~ TAXE~ to be m~de for She current year t~pon Traveling Ex~ ................................. 200.00 "She v~uaty ~s a w,hole and upon ~ny district of the ~ou,r~ty Ior v~bAch FTeight, Drayage and ~xpress ....................... 100.00 the le~,~es ~re laid by ,the County Cou, rrt. Heat .............................................. 22000.00 Balance due fund ,from Sheriff ........................ $65,.611.00 Li~h~ and I~ver .......... ...... ~,. ~ ............... 16'000 00 Dean~uent ,Vexes, redesn, ptlons ,~n~ s~les ................ 1,009.00 W~ter and I~e ..................... ~ .............. - 1'700.00 E~x~nn~, sl~ri~.f .... :.. :.. ....... ..................... 100.00 5'200 00 I Ear~,ings, Clerk C~oun.ty Co2,rt .......................... 7,000.00 Jamtorlal and Engineering Supplies ................ 4710001,00 I Earmngs, Clerk Ci,rcm,t Cottrt .......................... 2,000.00 Total Other Current Empens~ .................... TOTAL OPERATION OP PAINT ................ 80,938.00 Ea~,~ngs, Prose~uting Attorney ......................... 40.90 h&sce.naneous ~eceapts ................................. 7,000.00 Total Es~l~nated Reee~pts .......................... $82fl51.00 ESTIMATE~ CUIR~ENT EXPENSES: I. Clerk of the County Cour~ ....................... $ 3,000.00 2. Deputy Clerks County Court, I ,in number, Ass~stant~ ~nd Employees ........................10,0000.0 3. Cle~l~ of ~e Circu~ Cou~ ....................... 3,4)00.00 4. T~epttty Clerks Cl,rcui~ Court, I ~,n ~umber, Ass~s~nSs and Employees ........................ 5 Sheriff and Treasurer ............................ REPA~I~ AND RF_~I~C~S: Personal Services: Repairmen ......................................... $16,480.00 "i~uck Drivers ...................................... 2,700.00 Mechanics ......................................... 315.00 Totai Personal Sexv~ces ............................ 19,495.00 Other Repai,rs ~nd Replacement Costs: Furntoure and Fixtures ............................. 2,000.00 B~ldktgs and Other Structures .................... 9,500.00 Minor Tool~ and Supplies .......................... 200.00 Tr~acklng Supplies and Expense .................... 1,000.00 Other Instrtmt~onal 'Equipment ...................... 2,500.00 School Libraxy B~01f~ ............................... 400.00 i i~ Operation o~ Pl~r~t F~uipmer~ ...................... 500.00 Ser~e Systems .................................... 10,500.00 Total l:P~pa,l,rs and RepBmemen Costs ............ 26,600.00 TOTAL REPAII~ A~ND I~E~CEMENTS ....... 4~,095.00 TRAI~ORTATION: 2,900.00 3,500.00 II,lW.0O 1,000.00 Deputy ~herJfts, -- ~,n number, Assist~rtbs and Employees ~. E~poase se~vng Proce~ses and rn~,ng ar.r~sts ...... Prosecuting A~0~ney ............................. 3,900,00 i~'d" A~.%s~ant Froseeu~mg A~tovney and Em~loyees .... 2,800.00 Assessor ......................................... 3,300.00 il. Deputy Assessors, -- m num~ber, Aesista~t~ and Employee~ ....................................... 7,600.00 llA. Assessor's Mileage .............................. 500.00 PersonM Services: Salty of Mpervisor ............................... $ 2,370.00 Bus Drivers ........................................ 41,700.00 Mec~cs ......................................... 5,265.00 E~'s Cttrrl~ular .................................... 500.00 Clerk .............................................. 2,460.00 Total Personal Sexv~ces .......................... 52,355.00 Other Curre~ Expenses: Payments in Lieu of Tra~Uon .................. 3[~0.0 Storage ............................................ 630.00 Gasol~ne. Oil and Lubr~car~ts ........................ 8,200.00 Other Bus Supplies ................................. 200.00. Insurance on Bus~s ................................ '900.00 Travel ............................................. 100.00 Total Other Current Expenses .................... 10,380.00 7,000.00 2,800.00 2,000.00 4,000.00 350.00 42,500.00 3,000.00 28,000.00 3,360.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 5,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 150.00 12. CountY Comm~ssmn,e,rs ........................... 14. County A~r!cultural Agen%s, -- in n~n~ber ........ ~Aud~ts by Tax Commlssi~er ...................... 19. Expense of Circuit and I, ntermedi~te Cou~ts ...... 22. E~pense of Just.ices' Cour~ .................... 24. Jail ,Expense ..................................... ,Feeding Prisoners ................................ Court House Expense ....................... ...... ,~. Janitor ~t House and J~il ..................... ~urn#tur~ ~nd Plxtures .......................... Z~~ Repairs ......................................... J0. WaZ~er, ,Light, ~uel and Ice ........................ 31. Reeord t~og~ .... ........... .................... J2. ~t~th~ery ~nd O~f~ce ~uppl~es ................... 33. Rents (Including Dep~ ,rta'ue~'t of Pu~bl~c Assistance) P,~pai,rs: ~4. ~ostage ......................................... 1,000.00 Tlres and "D~be~ .................................... $ 1,800.00 35. ~re~gnt ~nd I)rayage ............................. 75.00 BaVterles .......................................... 500.0~, A{lve~ismg ...................................... 2,000.00 .......................... ,000.00 : ....................................... 2,50o00 "I tad Rears .................................... Pren um on Offi i Bonds ....................... 7,300.00 J,~ 1,500.00 TOTAL TRAN~O~TATIO~I ...................... $70,035,00 )i Telvphone~ axtd Telegraphs ....................... 1,000.00 AUXILIARY AOENC~: [ ~O. ]~penses--P/~ ~oR ...................... 5,000.00 I Genera Re ef ............................ 18,618.00 Pe~onai ~'~CeS: ~ C0~r~ty IvK~nalT ................................ 1,000.00 4-H C]u~ A~er~ts ................................... 2,900.00 Tot~l Peril ~ ........................ .. 2;900.00 :.~. Lunacy ........................................ 400.00 Other Current ~: ~)i ~nqu~t~ ............................. : .......... 500.00 He~l~ Sere:lye ..................................... 1,2"/5.00 ~Ix~r~l~ion axed ~uppor~ of I.rm~ates: Penal and other InstStutions ..................... 8.00.00 "i~ol~l ~ ~t ;EX~Zm,~eS .............. : .... 1,275.00 47, ~e Coa~paules ...... ............................ 8,00.00 Hot Lunch ~: ..... ~ Assist~u~ .................................... 24,~00,00 48. Retixen~e~t ...................................... ~,000.00 .................................. . .......... 1.712.00 49. C~mr~ty Ager~t O~ ~ud~et ~nd Expemses ....... 1,000.00 2;500.00 3,109.00 $ 0,740.0 50. SoeAal Seeur %y .................................. 51. Coat~n~r~ctes ................................... A--Total Curren~ Expenses ...................... Outst~dSrtg Obligations: Orders ...................... $2,011.0 Total ,amount outstanding Jur~e 30, 19~1 ............. $2,011.00 ~--Arnoun~ of above obligations proposed to be paid .from CurTa~,t ~evy ...................... Total estimated disbursements (A.]-4B) ........ 2,011.00 232,751.00 Other ............... , .............................. 1,100.00 Total ~ot .Lunc~ Program ...................... 27,612.00 TOTAL A~JXII.J~Y A~E~C~F.,S ................ 31,~87.00 Rent~ Of Offices ..................... .................... $ 1,200.00 ~-~ura~lces: 6,623.0 350.00 600.00 30,740.00 200.00 260,00 39,97~.00 On B~lld~ng~ ~nd ~ ......................... On Other Vel~tcles .................................. Premlmn o~ ~nds ........... , ...................... ~cl~l ~y ....... , ............... O~T~er Current C ,halOs: Plre, Gavba~ ~nd ~ M ...................... NCA Dues ....................................... TOTAL AP, ES .......... Buildings: A~terations ~f Buildings ........................... 1,0o0.00 ,:Bmidl~. ,;, .. ..................... ; ....... 1,000.00 ). Improvement of im~4.~.V~,,r.~t~..~.w,~,,,..~.?,c~ 5,300.00 For Other ' Irmtru fo a ........................... 18,000.00 l~r School ~bra~y ~ .......................... 4.300.00 Plan~ Equipment .................................. 500,Q,0 For ~us and Bus 'Re~ Equipment ............ 4OOOO Btusses ............................................. 11,600.00 Other Purni~ure and ~qulpment.. ~ .................. 2,000.00 Surplus ,:property ................................... 500.00 ation~l ......................................... ~0.00 ToCal Equ~,pment Aokii,tions ...................... 37,800.00 TO'PAL (DA~PITAL olYrLAY ...................... $44,100.00 :?S~" ~" :~,~n~.l ,~ C~.; .............................. $ 26,543.00 ,,. ..................... "897,208:00" 3: ,FOperati n of ',Plant ............................... 0,938.0@ 4..~Rv~ a~a~- Replacem~t~ ........................ 46,095.00 ~Less estkm~t~d re~o4p~... $82,751.00 ~et an~oun~to ,be ra2~d ,by i~Y" 150.000.00 Tota~ R~,~l~t~ ............................. $2~2,751.0 CI~A$S Assessed F~,te of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Pe~ona] Prou~tY ............. $8,005,100.00 13e ~iliOy PToper~ty ....... 191~900.00 13c Total ~ No. I ........ ' $8,197,0~.0@ Number iI- :~ta,'tO ...... , ........... $13~,~,~) 2~C Number HI " " . . , ................. ,132,2so.oo ersonal Property ............ 3,248,475.00 52c Pub*l~c U~.ity Property ....... 5,253,100.00 52c Tot~ Class No. HI ..... 14.633.825.00 Number IV Real Est~tte .................. 3,118.700.00 52c Personal Property ............ 2,399,200.00 52c ~Publio Dtility ProPertY ...... 931,700.00 52c Total Class No. IV ..... 6,449,600,00 TOTAL LEVY ....... $43,683,005.00 S~ATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEF~'~ERSON, TO-WIT: I, Emaily A. M Stanley, ,Clerk of ,bhe County Court of said -~ouri~y, do hereby ce~tafy~ that ,the foregoinff are ~rue copies ,from the record o.f orders madde aad eate,red by sa~d ,oourt on ,the ls~ day of August, 1961. Augus~ 3 ~nd 10- 2%. LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Alice Loman Saunders and her niece of Tacoma Park. Md. were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daughter. Miss Jennifer Gray spent sever- al days last week with Miss Mary Lynn Gray near Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark of Clear brook, Va., Mr. Afton Clark and son Philip of Mayfield, N. Y. and Mr. Rossel Clark of Wyoming, N. Y: were luncheon guests Monday of Mrs. Winerd Bowers and sons and along with Mrs. Bowers spent the afternoon sightseeing in Har pets Ferry. On Wednesday, the same group and Mrs. Bowers' grandson Bruce Bowers toured the battlefields and points of interest in Sharps- burg, Md. and also enjoyed a pic- nic lunch in the afternoon. Mrs. James Fadeley of Charles Town visited Monday at the home )f Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank ~imons and son Michael and Miss Dorothy Bowers shopped in Win- chester, Va. Friday evening. Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Mrs. Bernard Ott visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family in Charles Town Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Warren, Ohio who with their children spent the weekend in the county with relatives were visitors Saturday at the home of Mrs. John's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons. Rev. and Mrs, Alfred Collins of Bolivar were luncheon guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daughter. Visitors Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall McAboy were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark. Mr. Afton Clark and son Mr. Rossell Clark. Mrs Win- erd Bowers, Mrs. Donald Frye, Mrs. Alton Muse and sons Tim- othy and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean, the latter two from Fairfax, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Hoak ac- companied by Mrs. James Lancas- ter and son Lewis of Bolivar and Mrs. Frank Simons and son Mich ael of Charles Town spent Sunday in Rileyville, Va. where they at- tended the Hook family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Hoak and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. motored to Wardensville, W. Va. Saturday and were accompanied home by Donna Gray, Sandra Spates and David Penwell who had spent the week at Camp Pinnacle, Winches- ter Presbytery's Junior Camp. Suzanne and Carla Gray left on Monday for Camp Pinnacle to at- tend Junior Camp this week. A number of Valley Board Corp. employees and their famil- ies enjoyed a picnic supper Friday evening at Braddock Heights Park. Master Jeffrey Bowers of Boli- var was an overnight guest Friday of his grandmother Mrs. Winerd Bowers and sons. Rev. Watt Jeffries, pastor of the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Williamsport, Md. will be the guest minister at the Presbyterian Church here Sunday "morning at the 9:30 a. m. worship service. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. and children Suzanne and Irving, Mr. ahd Mrs. David Penwell and faro ily enjoyed a "Cook-Out" Tuesday evening at the home of the latter. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright were Mr. and Mrs. William Strickler and Mr. and Mrs. William Carlisle of Berryville, Va. Mrs. Winerd" Bowers and grand sons Jeffrey Bowers and Timothy Muse, Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean, Mr. and COMMISSIONER'S Mrs. Carl Clark, Mr. Afton Clark[ and son Philip and Mr. RossellI I certify that I ,have Clark motored to Seven Fountains for se~tAemen~ the Va. on Friday and were joined the .follov~ng there by Mrs. Frances Fauver and Mr. Harry Cave for a p)cnic din- ner. I Mrs. Charles Gray and daugh- terrs Carla and Donna, M~s. Nath aniel Gray Jr. and daughters Jen nifer and Suzanne visited tI~e for mer's mother Mrs. Vergie Rum- barger in Winchester, Va. Satur- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Hindman and son of Richmond, Va. and Mr. M. H. Hindman of Charles To~n were dinner guests last Saturday of the latter's son-in-law and dan ghter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and sons. More travel to United States ur ged by Hodges. ABce Surm~ers, ~um~rs. Willard Moler, Exv. Ad~t IAllie O. D~:ley, Dailey. Caznilla Wilt~hire, Osbou~n. Old NatAonal ~VIank ~)f ,burg, Gdn. of Martha Nancy Le~ Fir~y, ley. Robert L. Gordon, Jr. for Ethel ~S. Laboyteaux La,boyteaux Wilson. Lee Bushong, Adam. c. t. soy C. Sm~son. L. C. BRISCOE, Commissioner of July 27-2t.-pd. U.S. scienusts hopeful on arms talk. WATCH A RAL JUMPIN' SHOW IN LIVING I Th JimmyDur nt, NBC-TV AUGUST 9 0.SORE0 U..E ., ES BREWERS A$SOCIAT~0N, ING, ~i~i>i:::, ii~i~, ~ :':~:: SAVING IF YOU SHOP AT WOMEN'S COTTON BONANZA SHORT SLEEVE Regularly $1.00 Priced MISSES'-LADIES' SALE SUMMER PLAY. 57 Regularly $1.98 Priced LADIES' FASHION VALUE SUMMER IR $ Regul.rly $3.98 Priced $1.00 STRAW BEACH BAGS .................... 57 $1.98 SUMMER CREPE GOWNS .......... $1,37 $1.69 LADIES' KNIT BLOUSES .............. $1.22 $1.00 GIRLS' KNIT BLOUSES .................. $7 39 LADIES' SPORT CAPS ...................... 1 59 LADIES" SORIS SANDALS ................ $1.00 GIRLS" SHORTS $2.98 LADIES' SUMMER SKIRTS .......... LADIES' COTTON SHORT SLEEVE Regularly to $3.98 YOUR Choice LADIES' BATISTE BA$ I LL Regularly $1.79 N EWBERRY Value GIRLS' SANIIORIZED Regularly $2.48 GIRLS' 2-PIECE CREPE SUMMER @ NEWBERRY Regularly $1.98 Special "NOB HILL" COTTON JACQUA|D BED Regularly $9.98 BONANZA STEEL RIM ALL FLASTIC Value Regulorly $1.99 Pric' 69 MEN'S TEE SHIRTS. ............... 2 Fe, 99 49 BOYS' PLAY SHORTS ........................ 37 $1.00 WOMEN'S SHORTS ...................... 47 $1.00 GIRLS' 2-PIECE SUN St)ITS .......... 66 $2.98 PLASTIC GARBAOE CANS - .......$1 $1.49WASTE BASKETS $1.i9CHILDS' sNEAKS .......................... $2.65INFLATADLE WATER SLED ........ ASSORTED WOODEN FINISHED TO() .$ Regularly $2'.98 YOUR ONII I [ /'S BONANZA I' 5' 'ICNIC 'ABLE . Choice Regultrly $7.98 Special OMILDREN'S CANOFIED SAND $ Box Regularly $7.a S GET A CONVENIENT CREDIT ACCOUNT JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" @