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| ,"Job"To Be Sunday STATE oF Sermon For Lutherans COUNTY OF JEFT2Et~ON TO-WIT: ~ ~" " l f uc i f Jefferson The ~ev ~icn'ard E Ned pas- At a regular session of. the Board o Ed at on o ~ ~ ~ ~" ---om s Lu::" "-" County hem at the regular meetmg place thereof, .on the 4th day ~r ~an~on*:lan~unc~Vsn~aenf~:2:r of August, 1959. Present: L. J. McDonald, President of said Board ~,: o,~, ,- ,r o~,~:, .... ,~, ~;~', of Education, add Lowell Hetzel, Shirley Hunt, William MacougntJy, d~,'.~ugu~t" 9~tnd'[or'sub'seq~en[ and John S. I~issler, Mem~bors. week,d~y meet lags: The Service In accordance ,with Section 12, Article 8, Chapter 67, Acts 1933, at 8:30 a. m and 11:00 a. m. with Second Extraordinary Session, Vhe Board proceeded to make an e~-isermon "Job". Nursery held dur- timate of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of ,taxes for ]in~ worghin Sunday ~huvcb ....... V .... " -- ~ ......... ~he currenb fiscal year, add cloth determine and estimate the se eral School at 9"45 a m Robert Stone amounts to ,be as re!lows: Superir~tencien,t." United Lu~t~heran SCHOOL CURItENT---ESTIMATED RECEIPTS I Church Women Circles meet Wed (1) The amount due and the amount that will become due andlnesday; Circ~ I meets a~. the collect,l~ble during the current fiscal year except /tom the LEVY OF none of Mrs. u*uy Ebersole a'~ ~.:ou TAXE~ to be made for the year. p~ m. Circle II meets ~t the home Amount due from Sheriff .......................... $ 52.309.61 Mrs. D~nald Snyder at 2:00 p. Delinquent real estate, redemption and sales .......... 1.500.00 m.; Circles III and IV meet at l~he Tuition .... ........................................ 1,500.00 parsonage at 8:00 p. m. Ch~oir re- Vocational aid ...................................... 10,000.b0 heursM, Thursday at 8:00 p. m. 6tare aid (Regular .................................. 585,771 00 ~tate Aid--Homebound C~hildren .................... 400.00 State Aid---~uperintendent's Salary .................. 796.92 State aid--Hot Lunches ............................. 1,718.85 l~ederal aid--Hot Lunch~ ........................... 25,000.00 Federal Aid--All Other ............................. 32,147.00 Insurance Adj ustmonts ............................. 2,500.00 Miscellaneous Recei,pts---I~cal ....................... 2,227.47 TOTAL ...................... $715,670.85 (2) The total of all other expenditures to be paid out of the 1. receipts for ~he cur,rent fiscal year with proper allowance for de- 2. 3. liaqueat taxes, exonerations and contingencies: 4. SCHOOL CURRENT---ESTLMATED DISBURSEMENTS 5. GE~EI:~ CON'ITtOL: 6. ~ersonal Services: 7. Superintendent ........... ........................ $ 8,047.00 8. Members Board of Education ...................... 1,800.00 12. Clerical Assistants ................................. 440.00 13. Attendance Officer. 3,015.00 14. ............... ' ............... 15. Total personal Services ....................... $ 17,302.00 16. 17. Other Current Expenses: Postage ......................................... 350.00 Telephone and Telegraph ........................ 600.00 Traveling Expenses-- Superintendent ................................. 1,000.00 Attendance Officers ............................ 500.00 All OCher ...................................... 200.00 ,Legal Advertising .................................750.00 .Office Supplies ...................................500.00 Audits by Tax Commissioner ....................... 1,500.00 Legal and Technical Services ..................... 300.00 Truancy Costs .................................... 100.00 Total O~her Current Expenses ................. 5,800.00 TOTAL ~EN~ CONTROL ................ $ 23,102.00 INSTRUCTION: Personal Sevvices: (Including excess for position and Experience) Principals ........................................ $105,148.00 Teachers ......................................... 511,456.00 Vocational Teachers ............................... 33,974.00 Other Instructional Staff ........................... 17,744.00 Principals' Clerical Assistants ..................... 3,985.00 Teachers' Sick Leave ............................. 5,000.00 Homebound Children .............................400.00 Total Personal Services ....................... $677,707.00 ,Other Current Expenses: Textboks ......................................... 3,000.0{~ Commencement Expenses ......................... 500.00 Traveling Expenses.." ............................. 2,100.00 Printing and Binding ............................. 400.00 Office Supplies (Principals) ....................... 200.00 Physical Education Supplies ...................... 500.00! Other Instructional Supplies ...................... 4,000.05 Vocational Supplies ............................... 1,400.00 Total Other Current F~penses ................ 12,100.00 TOTAL INSTRUCTION ....................... $689,807.00 OPERATION OF PLANT: Personal Services: Superintendent of Buildings ....................... $ 2,100.00 Janitors ......................................... 985.00 Total Personal Services ........................ $ 28,085.00 Other Current Expenses: Telephone and Telegral~h .......................... $ 1,800.00 Traveling Expenses ............................... 200.00 Freight, Drayage and Express ....... ............ 300.00 (Heat ............................................ 23,590.00 Ltght and Power ................................. 14,000.0,0 Water and Ice ................................... 1.500.00 Sanitorial and Engineering Supplies .............. 5,000.00 Total Other Current .Expenses ................ 46,390.00 TOTAL (YPERATAION OF PLANT ........... $ 74,475.00 REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS: Persona~ Services: P~epalrmen ....................................... $ 15,000.00 Truck Drivers .................................... 2,880.00 ,Mechanies ....................................... 275.00 Total Personal Servi.ces ....................... 18,155.00 Other Repairs and Replaceme~ Costs: "~urni.ture a~d l~lxtures .......................... 4,000.00 ~Buildings add Other Structures ................... 9,000.00 Minor Took~ and Supplies ........................ 250.O0 Trucking Supplies and Expense .................... 1,500.00 Other Instructional Equipment .................... 5,000.00 School Library Books ............................ 400.00 Operation of Plant Equipment ................... 500.00 Sewice Systems .................................. 6,500.00 Total Repairs and Replacement Costs ......27,150.00 TOTAL, REI~AIR~ AND REPLACEMENTS .... 45,305.00 TRANSPORTATION: Personal Services: ~alary of Supervisor.. ........................... $ 2,100.00 ~us Drivers ...................................... 32,760.00 Mechanics .............. ,,.~ ........................ 4,675.00 Extra Curricular .................................. 600.00 Clerk ............................................ 2.100.00 Total Personal ~ervices ....................... 42,235.00 Other Current Expemses: ~ayment in Lieu of Transportation ................200.00 ~afety Literature, Inspection Stickers .............. 50.C0 :Storage .......... ~ ............................... 650.00 Oasoline, Oil and Lt~brieants .................... 7,600.00 Other Bus Supplie~ ............................... 200.00 Insurance o~ Busses ............................. 700.08 Tra~vel ........................................... 150.00 Total Other Current Expenses ............... 9,550.00 ~psdrs: Tires and Tu~es ................................. 2,500.00 Batteries ......................................... 500.00 ~Chassis and Body Repairs ....................... 4,500.00 Total Repairs ................................ 7,500.00 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION .................. $ 59,285.00 AUXILIARY AGENCIES: .Personal Services: Ndrses, Clerk ...................................... 888.00 4-H Club Agents ................................ 2,750.00 To~al Personal Services ....................... $ 3,638.00 Hot Lunch Program: ~ood Assistance .................................. $ 2'5,000.00 Cooks ............................................. 1,719.00 Other ............................................. 950.00 Total Hot Lunc~ Program .................... 27,669.~0 TOTAL, AUXIILIA~Y AGENCIES ............ $ 31507,00 CURRNET FIXED ~HARGES: Rent: Of Land ......................................... 1,000.00 Insurance: ,On Buildings and Contents ........................ 9,900.00 On O6her Vehicles ................................ ;)23.00 ,Premium. on Bonds ............................... 24.00 Social Security ................................... 23,000.00 Other Current Charges: Fire, Garbage, and other Fees .................... 100.00 Dues ........................................ 60.00 TOTAL CURa~ENT FIXED OHARGES ........ $ 34,407.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY: !I~nd: Purchase of Land ................................ $1,500.00 Improvement of La~d ............................ 6,000.00 Total Land ................................... 7,500.00 ,Eqmpmen~ Additions: For In~tructional Offices (Principals) ............. 200.00 For Other Instructional ........................... For School I~brary Books .......................... ~lant Eqiupment ................................. For Bu~ and Bu~ P~pairlng Equipment .............. 20,000.00 4,2O0.00 700.00 40020 18. 20. 22. 23. Sco~ry and Jeffrey Adders P.am SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCAT Young__.Peopleschool OfwlliBeulah, Hold ihttleHonoredWendYwlthKdmera y I~ardman, Holly Cave, Ghuck Daw 1 4__B THURSI)AY,Dc.AUGUSTand mus~, 6, t ...... .... )son, Roddy Kib/er, Vernon Rod- ~ __ ~ P rt l~ick Mary Susan C~amlblin Do.t- Sundav ,tie 'Perks, Li~bby Lanham, 'Char- and Vhey mus,t have reacihed ,heir ington, beret ~. UA= 4&L D|.&~J-., lot'te Ann Thomas of Kearneys- fSth birthday on the closing date or postmarked not later vn,~u ! -. -- I~-... A ...... L q .41"-I. I%/11IlCi 't'111 IDIilIIU(I.][i ville; Mike a,nd Lind!a McOrail, for acceptance of applications, closing date. LdWil rdrl Augu l I I ---- , Nancy, BeVy and Barbara Dawson There is no m,aximu~m age limit. ~------ ~" T, ftl,~ W~ndv Kilmer daughter Mrs. Oharles Hill St., Dean Hill, However. persons who have passed Good luck rarely comes ~" .................... vs ~the age of 70 may be considered peered; usually, i~ is The Young People of Beulah of Mr and Mrs Donald Kilmer Nancy Gaym mur,net~ and ~vi . Sunday School will hold a lawn Whose "4th birthday occurred Aug- Kenneth Anders and Mrs. Cecil (~nly for ten~porary renew,able ap- ed. party on (thureh lwwn Friday ev- ust 2 celebra~ted wi,t~ a party SaC Dawson. o,f one year. ening, August 14 ~beginni~ng a~ urday afternoon, July 25 from 2 5:30 o'clock DST. Come and enjoy to 4. the evemng with your ~riends. Guests were li~t]e Misses Alys Coun, try ham sandw~iChes, chicken Stone, Rose Ann Stone, Pamela salad and wiener sandwiches, a.lso Ho~per, and Roxanne Stein of i,ce cream, cake, coffee and lemon Charles Town, Linda Gardner of ade w~l be served. Zt is stood raid ~Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ver ,~he ~awn party wiii be pos~o~ned ~on KA1Tner of Mart~nsbu,rg and until S~turduy r~ig~. ~Mm. Donald Eyster of town were Mso present. A decorated cake, ice I rice at HWl'l,to~n, W. Va. $2539 a ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ cream, pink lemonade and nUts year, wlH be eden for accel~ance ~vere served. Ha~s, books and ban of ~pplt'c~ons until August 25, 1959, l~he Commlasion announced Read The SPIRIT=ADVOCATE loons were given as favors. 24. 25. 26. ~et Amount to be Raised by Levy of Taxes ...... 305,555.00 27. Total Lines 25 and 26 (Must Agree witch Line 24) $1,021,425.85 Busses ........................................... 10,532.00 Hill Honored Other Furniture and Equipmeut ................... 3,000.00 Surplus Property ................................. 500.00 On Sixth Birthday Vocational ....................................... 900.00 Total Equipment Additions .................... 40,432.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY .................. $ 47,932.00 On Monday, July 20 a party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Horace SCHOOL CURRENT EXPENSES--RECAPITULATION Hill in honor of ~he six~ bi~hday General Control .................................. $ 23,102.00 of their daughter Debbie. Tt had Instruction ...................................... 689,807.00 been planned to have the party Operation of Plant .............................. 74,475.00 ,at the park bu~ due to the heavy Repairs and Replacements ....................... 45,305.00 down,pour in ~he ~vl,ternoon the Transportation .................................. 59,285.00 party was held in the basemen~ of Auxiliary Agencies ............................... 31,307.00 Vhe Baptist Church. Current Fixed Charges ............................ 34,407.00 Games were played and refresh Capital Outlay ................................... 47,932.00 merits of birt~hday cake, cup cakes, ice cream, punch and po- Total So,heel Current Expenditures ............ $1,005,620,00 t~to chips were served. Classified as Follows: 787,122.00 Debbie received many nice gifts *Personal Services Other Current Expense ................................ .......................... 170,566.00 ~ncluding a sum of money. Capital Outlay ................................... 47,932.00 Those atendln,g ~vere: Terri Total School Current Ex.penditures (Must agree with Line 12) ............................. 1,005,620.00 Outstanding Obligations June 30, 1959: Current Year Orders ............................. 15,805.85 Total Orders and Bills Outstanding ..........15,805.$5 Amount of Above Obligations Proposed to be Paid from Current Levy ............................ 15,805.85 Total Estimaed Disbursements Lines 17 and 23 $1,021,425.85 Estimated Receipts ............................... 715,870.85 Comrple%e information about the Halltown Postmaster ~xaminwtion requiremen,t~ and in- structions for fil~ing appl,ications may be obtained a,~ the post office Exams Being Accepted for which t~his exam~n,ation is bei,ng announced. Application ( ,forms mu~ be filed with the U. S. An examinaCvio~ for Fourth- Civi;1 Service Com, miss~on, W~ash- Class Posmaster for the post of- recently. Applicators must acCually reside vi~hin the territory supplied by ~he above-men,tioned pos~ office I SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE :-- Day 370 Night Hoover Uniforms Custom Made Suits For Men and Women Uniforms of All Kinds A SMALL DEPOSIT PLACES ANY ORDER! Buy Direct and Save! a s Phone Shepherdstown 2-301 After 5:00 P. M. Make Your Home Your Shopping Center . . . Write or Phone, We'll Bring Sam- pies to you! Fe. 19-if. SCHOOL CURRENT--EXPENDITURES ESTIMATE CLASS NUM~F_~ I Assessed Valuation Personal Property ............ $ 7,348;630.00 ~u~blic Utility Property ......... 169,700.00 Total Class No. I .......... $ 7,538,33'0.00 CLA~S NUMBER II Real Estate .................. $1.0,511,960.00 ~S NUMBER HI Real Estate .................. - $ 2399,635.00 ,Personal Property .............. 3,053,700.00 Public Utility Property ........ 4,617,200.00 Total Class No. III ......... $10,070,535.00 CLA~ NUMBER IV Real F_.state .................... $ 2,475,910.00 Personal Property ............. 2,329,395.00 Public Utility Property ......... 1,590,200.00 Total Class No. IV ......... ,6,395,505.00 TOTAL COUNTY .......... $34,516,330.00 Rate of Levy proposed 34.425 68.85 137.70 137.70 COUNTY SCHOOL BOND PURPOSE-- INTEREST AND SINKING FUND. Total Class I ................... $ 7,538,330.00 6.5# Total Class II .................. 10,511,960.00 13.0 Total Class III ................. 10,070,535.00 26.0 Total C1a~s IV .... ..... . ....... 6,395,505.00 26.0 TOTAL. LEVY .............$34,51.6,330.00 STATE OF WEST VIR~INLA, COUNTY OF J,E_WFEtLSON, 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 entered by said board on Vhe 4th day of Augustt, 1959. Given under my hand t~.is 4th day of August, 1959. T. A. LOWERY, Secretary Board of Education Jefferson County. August 6 - 2t. ~.:::i::::::';~,Z::~ THE CHURCH FOR ALL . ,. ALL FOR THE CHURCH Due to the recent and sudden dea%h of my husband, I will sell where I reside on the farm located on Rt. 340 a~out l~ miles West of Jefferson and 9 miles West of Frederick, at Stiner's Hill, in Frederick Coun~ty, Maryland, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (D.S.T.) TO-WIT: 38 - HEAD DAIRY COWS, HEIFERS BULLS - 38 Eighteen are Holstein Milk Cows and first calf springing Heifers, some fresh, all close springers. Five Large Guernsey Heifers, well bred and due to freshen in the winter; Six Open Guernsey Heifers, from good breed- ing, to be bred in fall; 'Five Open Holstein Heifers, 10- 12 months old; One Guernsey Heifer about 8 months old: Thzee Holstein Bulls, .two are large and one small Bull, all of service- able age. The ~bove cattle have been T. B. and Bangs tested within past 30 days, and are ealfhood vaccinated. 1 RIDING HORSE, 3-years old. HOGS: One Gilt ready to farrow by sale; One Male Hog. FARM MACHINERY: McCormick-Deering C Farmall Tractor with mower 'a~d reversible plow; Smoker grain and bale elevator, low down rubber tire wagon, corn sheller, bag truck, anvil, Stewart cow clippers, like new; co~v bells, old buggy, stick wagon, riding saddle, bridle, single harness, work harness, forks, butchering kettle and stand, sausage stuffer, metal hog troughs, woode~ portable brooder house; NI~ssey-Harrls tractor manure spread- er, old sliegh, fiat bottom row boat, cattle dehorners, tractor seed sower, cabtle feed rack, 5 bushels Orchaxd Grass Seed, and many other items. FEEDS:---2,000 Bales Good Mixed Alfalfa, Clover and Time* thy Hay; 1,500 Bales W~ea/t Straw. TRUCKS:---1953 Internati0~al R-1,30 Pick Up wieh stock body, good condition; 1948 KB 5 International 2-Ton with stock racks and low mileage, 36,000 miles, good condition; 1930 Chevrolet Truck Chassis; 1949 Ford Tudor Sedan, V-8, in good condition. 'HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 6 Old Hardbottom Chalr~, Organ, Large Ventilating Fan 1/3 H. P., 5100 C. F. M.; Bendix autUm~tic washer, Home Com- fort Range, iron bed, 2 coil springs, 3-piece living room suite, 5-piece breakfast set, sofa bed, floor laxnps, some small items needless to list. TERMS:---CASH on Day of Sale. Owner not responsible for a~cidents on premises on day of sale. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--(Mr. Hemp was well known as a dealer in livestock " since he quit farm,rig m 1946 and was ac- tive as a dealer until his sudden death.) MRS. G. ,EUGENE HEMP PHONE BRUNSWICK 2114 EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. MERHLE' N. WACHTER, Clerk. Lunch by Toilers Bible Cla~ of Jefferson United Church of Christ. August 6- it, The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship, It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four'sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (l) For his own sake, (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read yeur Bible daily. Day Book Ohap~r Var~s Sund~y John 6 15-21 Monday John 6 22-27 Tuesday II Samuel ~ 22-29 Wednesday Ephasians ~ 1-7 Thursday II Timothy4 6-'1.2 Friday I Corinthians 12 7-15 Saturd~ Matthew ~"$ I)440 The imaginative adult waits for his ship to come in. The child watches'his ship go out. And only the ship which tias gone out, will ever come in! Success, in other words, comes to those who venture. Discovery is the reward only of the explorer. But failure can repay our venturing; futility can frustrate our ex- ploring. What shall we seek when our ship goes out? This is the crucial question! Shall we seek the qualities of faith and noble life which make honest ventures worthwhile; or the selfish lures which make searching our downfall? It is no strange coincidence that so many of the happy, contented, successful people in our community are als0 faithful church-goers. JesUS said : Seek. ye .first the Kingdom o/God, a td His righteot!sne s, and all these things shall be added unto yogi., Copytldh~ 1959, Ke*~tez Adv, $ervi~e, $trasbu[$, V$~ This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: J SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, . - W. , ,.. J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONALD EACKLES H~rpers Ferry, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Ca. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. 8HERWIN-W][LLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Clmrles Town, W. Vm J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBU~POR i Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. Vffi- RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. EANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Ca. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. lVl~rttnsburg, W. Ca. -= Leesburg, Vm VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Va. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO STATION MR. and MRS. NORVAL jOHNSTO~ Kearneysville, W. Va. Phone Shepherdstown 2112 - LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONES 41-M- 621-M Charles Town, W. Va. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. V)' @