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35 - Telephone and Telegraph (All Departments) 25.11 37 - Legal Publications 297.63 38 - Insurance on City Buildings and other property 1,520.98 39 - Premiums, Pollcemen's and Official Bonds 218.00 40 - Election Expenses 102.80 42 - Salaries, Engineering Department 60@.00 44 - Salaries and Wages of Street Department 7,473.26 45 - New Equipment, Street Department 7,994.00 46 - Materials, Supplies and Expenses, Street Department 12,545.02 48 - Construction of New Streets, Sidewalks 16.75 49 - Workrnen's Compensation Premiums 385.96 50 - Audit by Tax Commissioner 357.28 52 - Parking meters, Salaries, Supplies & Expenses 733.15 60 - Employees' Retirement & Benefit Fund-Social Security 800.08 60A - West Va. Public Employees Retirement System 902.24 61 - Contingent Expenses 367.73 62 - Capital Reserve Fund 16,500.00 $116,545.79 Balance - June 30, 1966 1,565.48 $118,111.27 City of Charles Town - Sewer Department Balance - June 30, 1965 $1,683.90 Receipts - 7-1-65 to 6-30-66 Sewer Fees $7,424.50 Sewer Taps 120.00 7,544.50 Disbursements- 7-1-65 to 6-30-66 $9,228.40 7,115.84 Balance - June 30, 1966 $2,112.56 $1,500.00 ACCOUNT NO. 16 - General Ex- pense, Fire Department Independent Fire Co. $750.00 Citizens Fire Co, 750.00 $1,500.00 ACCOUNT NO. 17 - Jefferson County Communication System Jeffers m County Commui- cations System $3,000.00 ACCOUNT NO. 18 - Salaries, Hea th Commissioners & Employees Earl D. Allara, M. D. $50.00 ACCOUNT NO. 29 - General Expense, Health Department Jefferson County Health Dept. $100.00 ACCOUNT NO. 21 - Salaries, Crematory & Garbage Em- ployees Richard Dodson $1,280.00 Frank Jones 3,380.00 Anthony Johnson 2,525.00 William Washington 2,137.50 J tmes C. Brown 936.20 $10,258.70 AC(~UNT NO. 23 - General Expenses, Crematory & Garbage Department Oharles. Town Water Depart- mextt $2,024.11 Goode Bros. Garage 1,360.84 West End Gulf 14.75 Commumty Auto Parts 90.46 Community Oil Co. 429.38 Valley Hardware Co. 4.60 Richard S. Renaud 600.00 Carson's Auto Boyd Shop 10.00 Ring's Auto Glass Service.00 $4,536.14 ACCOUNT NO. 24 - JanRor's Salaries & Supplies Valley Hardware Co. $16.39 B. H. Riddleberger Store 15.93 Antietam Paper CO. 37.75 $70.07 Gerald Weaver 221.40 Charles H. Rogers 2,133.00 Maurice D. Winston 43.35 Francis Hart Jr. 660.00 Herbert McDaniel 369.45 James Newman 2.70 Bernard Green 36.45 Charles Vierheeler 36.45 Miner G. Napper 36.45 Granville E. Penwell 25.65 Danny Wilt 57.40 Douglas Dennison 51.10 $7,473.26 ACCOUNT NO. 45 - New Equip- ment, Street Department W. Va. Tractor & Equipment Co. $7,954.00 ACCOUNT NO. 46 - Materials, Supplies & Expenses, Street Department David E. Wright $55.00 Community Auto Parts 63.54 W. Va. Tractor & Equipment Co. 80.00 Valley Hardware Co. 48.24 Bester-Long Co. 279.82 Sargent Sowe11, Inc. 141.40 Charles Town Water Department 518.84 James F. Brown Sr. 28.00 Ambrose MaChine Shop 1.35 Williams Motor Parts Inc. 4.45 Mrs. Margaret Cross 75.00 Jones & L ughl,in Steel Corp. 72.80 Wl itmore Lumber Co. 1.45 W. Va. Stat Industries 166.74 Comnmr ty Oil Co. 8.55 National Chemsearch Corp. Goode Bros. Garage Peoples Supply Farm Mac hinery 12.63 Peoples Supply 23.05 Webb Supplies 1.50 Stuck & Alger 3.18 White Castle Restaurant 7.55 Robert Carson 60.62 poirtts of interest in historic Harpers Ferry, Washington, D. C., and Arlington, Va., before return- ing to Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Vanors- dalye i,s the former Miss Barbara Ellen Sterling of Martinsburg. Seaman Vanorsdale is the son of Mr. T. R. Vanorsdale of Winches- ter, Va. ,aand the late Mrs. Van- orsdale, formerly of Martinsburg. I Seaman Vanorsdale is making the I U.S. Navy his career. He has been in the Navy since 18 years, and wi~l be retired at the age of 38. He ,has 10 years more to serve. Miss Ernestine Sterling is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Betty Corbin and fam- ily and other relatives and friends in M~tinsburg. Upon her return home her sister Donna will spend a week with her sister Betty and family and a few days with a friend, Miss Vickie Harrison. M~r. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and children spent Sunday with friends ~nd former neighbors in Purcelilville, Va. Guests during the week with Mrs.* Leona Staubs and grandson Tommy were Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Staubs, Sr., of Baltimore, Md., and two friends from Harrisburg, Pa.; ~so Seaman and Mrs. Theo- dore Vanorsdale and children Stephen and Robin. Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs and two chi~Iren and the l~tter's mother, Mrs. Hazel Danner, moved on Saturday to a hou, se in Manning. Mrs. Staubs, David's 85.83 grandmother, is living in the 189.75 trailer once owned by the Staubs ~amily. Birthday Party Susan Diane Chapman celebrat- ed her eighth birthday on Satur- day with a party given by her p rer ts, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chap- Roger Gaskins 503.50 man their trailer. Those pres- Tommy Ennis 45.00 ent were Norma, Mickey Rodgers, Richard Dodson 55.00 Tracey Rodgers, Stanley See; Molers Cities Service 13.79 Vickie Di terman, Leon Penwell, Western Auto Associate Riclcy and Rovanaa' Everhavt, Store 37.75 Brenda, Shaon and Stevie Chap- PLUS m AT THE PLAZA THEATRE ONLY 1:00 P. M. DAILY FULL.LENGTH, ." CARTOON FEATURE IN COLOR! IT TEARS YOU APART I WITH SUSPENSE! YI HIIIOOUNP A UNIVI~RSAL PlCYUFIE @ PLUS AT THE WINCHESTER DRIVE - IN ONLY OUT OF SIGHT HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 635-2212 rhurs -Fri. Aug. 25-26 "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" In Color with Shirley McLalne ALSO ' vVar Party" SATURDAY ONLY AUG. 27 GIANT SPEED.O-RAMA ! IN COLOR "The Young Racers" With Mark Damon "Viva Las Vegas" With Elvls Presley "The Lively Set" With James Darren "Hell Drivers "Champion ,Stunt Drivers" FREE BREAKFAST JAVA And SINKERS Adm. Adults $1 - Children Free Sun..Mon.-Tues, Aug. 28-29-30 ELVIS PRESLEY IN "Fra kie & Johnny" IN COLOR PLUS -- 5 CARTOONS WEDNESDAY ONLY AUG. 31 FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! KIRK DOUGLAS "For Love or Money" IN COLOR -PLUS CARTOONS 91--HEAD HOLSTEIN 27 cows full flow of milk and milking; Guernsey cow 7 cows with calves by side; 5 cows will freshen last of ber; 6 cows will freshen in October 9, 1st calf heifers freshen in September and October; 35 heifers 3 mos. to 2 old (open); Holstein bull 20 mos. old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual Certificates will be given. FARM MACHINERY John Deere 620 tractor; John Deere 50 tractor; 400 tractor; New Holland 818 field harvester with grass (used 1 season); Papec 4 in. ,blower; N. H. model 7 crop (wagon); John Deere wagon; N. H. wagon with beds for ensilage; Grove wagon; Cobey wagon; John Deere baler; John Deere 31 hay conditioner; N. H. side rake; 208 manure spreader; John Deere 999 corn planter; John 9 mower; ensilage wagon unloader; John Deere disc Ford side disc; John Deere 13-7 grain drill (Hke new); veyor; bush hog (used I season); John Deere manure 2 John Deere 3.14" bottom trip back plows; land drag; Deere 3 section harrow; John Deere 10A hammer mill; wood saw; John Deere tractor cultivators (620-50); field er; Danuser post hole digger; scraper (3 pt. hitch); seed sower; 5 butchering kettles; lard press; sausage weed killer; 30 ft. endless belt; forks; shovels; digging log chains; anvil; vise; small tools. FEED---I,500 bales mixed hay, some growing corn. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Esco 375 gal. bulk milk tank; Surge vacuum pump; 4 units; metal rack; wash up tank; 2 stainless steel buckets; 2 Stewart cow clippers; feed cart; wheelbarrow~ other articles not mentioned. SALE ORDER --- On Thursday, September 8, Cattle Dairy Equipment will be sold. Friday, September 9, Machinery will be sold. TERMS--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled OSCAR MORROW, ORNDoRFF and BOWLUS - Auctioneers MORELAND and FURR - Clerks Lunch Rights Reserved. Not responsible for accidents on premises.