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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 19, 1964 Form No 472-1 State Dept. of Education NOTICE OF SCHOOL BUDGET HEARING Oregon NOTICE is hereby given that a meet/ng of the govera/ng body of . h#r, ............. Schooi District Nu./8"16 of .............. YImhi.!.l ................... county, State of Oregon, will be held at AttlOnX md@.,..t. . on the ....,h._ day of ........... AP ......... 19.64.. at ....... 8" ............. o&apos;clock for the purpose of dlscugslng with interested persons the budget for the fiscal year beginning July I, 19.+. and ending June 30, 19.6.5., hereinafter set forth. The budget ] was ['ts',at prepared on a basis of aceountlng consistent wlth .that used in the preceding year. Major accounting changes, if any, and their efect on the budget are set forth in an accompanying statement. A copy of the budget document is available for inspection at -...IA...OJ. ..................... between the hours of ....M.. and .4.....!.... The budget document may be ohtained for $ 1 , or parts of it may be obtained for $ -08 per sheet For the Ensu/n I Fiscal Year Beginnin I July, 1, 19 04 TAX LEVY COI4PUTAT]ON Total Budget Requirements Det.c TolaJ Iludll*t Rnource| expt Tux to Be Lev Revenue_Neceuary - t o Balance Bu(get. -- Add  o tali to bQ ]*vIGd but no| rec'd in eruir, a yelr Taxes to be levied for Ensuinl Year Analysis of Taxes to Be Levied TOTAL ^,+,+ ,. __ ,2. 9. 72.342.21 ZZ^L Bonded Debt r.D,,, ++Fund -LI, 7J( 59,680.00 _2_0+91_073.79 xxx 2gOO 662.21 _ 59680.00 FINANCIAL SUMMARY Signed ......... J.,. A.._,.Heb,rtm.,., ,,,o ...................................................  cM, School Student Construct- Luncb<syund Body ,.Funds ton m Fund +. 22,766.30 16,2. 22,766.30_ 16 2. xxx 9.00 xxx 21----,662.2--i- 59:680. [  m Within 6% Limitation . Ouid_e 6_%_ Li_mita t ion ....................... J_12,_,_66_. 21 Total Taxes to Be Iv/ed 272.342.21 For the Current Fiscal Year Beginning July 1. 19  TAX LVy COMPUTATION [ OTAL ALL FUNDS +_?_-'L3_" m__+"e-''._'+Zxm T*".tOY ++++. _. 7.5P,_++p9 .... Revenue Necessary to Balance Budget  ++70.,j6 ....... Add Eli Of *Jlxe+t+o be I*Vfd b.t not re'd in e+nul+n I yel,  - 8O00.00 - Taxes to Be levied for Ensuing Year ] 241.370.96 Analysis of Taxes to Be Levied 212662.21 212.662.21 __ 56_S0. ....... 59.680.00 XX m xx m X,X GENERAL FUND 523 79 _ 147.21 .... 8000.00 181.847.21 Bonded Debt School _ <+@4nd _ LunchsFqnd _59 523 ._7 22 L712 +.02 ___ __  22_ L7 ].2.02  -2___. 7- == ]otx 59.523.75 =xx Student Body_Fundl L 842.54_. X3K XXX I Congtruct- I iork+, Fund] _5;_+2. __ XXX xxx I _outrode %_Limita0on ................ __ 18B_7_,2___ _ 1_8L,847 ,P+J_ . m xxx xxx Not Subject to 6% Limitation  7  __9 .23.7 + + Total-Taxes--beLevied ............ ] 2411,30.96 ..... 18721] 59,5231.75 j xxx xxx mtx SrAllmr Or INDaBTZDCNZSS ......   , Approved by Budget Committee: .............. +b....]-7 .................... 19_.6. OtIng Authod'd, Not Incurredi /nALNCl INDZBI"DNtSS I July  [ Ju I JUly x i July I  JUJ I --' .............................................................. V; .....  .... J ............... I ..... + -- Brbara F, nut g on ^--. .......... ____u |-__ u .............................................................................................. +rmlrmun ....................... .+p_j.QO0 L. 6+ ,  ._ XXX_. _j$. XXX Adopted by Distrlct School Board .................. -.+..::., 19 ...... Endorsed Warrants / / [ i lurrnA'rs ] / / ................... s+ ............................................................................ c .... +=, + ........................................................................................... c__. Form No. 472-8 . BUDGET SUMMARY School District No. 48"I/4J State Dept, of Education ...... Oregon 'r/TO J ICA L DAT Seeo Ye ],wlt Year Pcedlng Precm u, ........ ' ........... __ 21+Jq_ J, ..... ,.,+919.46_ GENERAL FUND County ----YAI ___ __ July l, 19-f to June 30, 19-f ..... { ..... ,2 ..... ........ L. + ..... -- _(2+ !L -" 00) ,! - --- N+-t_apP!ical[e-)+ _i .......... J .... - ......... 800, Bevenue from LosaL SoJr+es except tax to+be.!ev+ed ............. 000,00 _.Jg_.213_.2J_ _Lml._4OS.J_ Form No. 472-9 ____4.3] .L_ $ 981.45 .04 __ 31_3 304.77 66_9._ State Dept+ of Education Oregon 327_ 391 371.00 _+l+venue from Intermediate Sources ................ 9_600 .00 ....... Bev+en.ue from S_ mte Sources ............... 177_073.79  ........... Reenu_e from__F_.ederal S ou-.ces ...... _ Prpcsjypm sal_ es_ ................ Receipts from other Sehoo! Districts + Transfers from other Funds _Total Bget. Rysourcces_except tax t?be levied District Tax Received in Year Levied or Required to _B.alance Budget TOTAL BUDGET RESOURCES BUDGET SUMMARY GENERAL FUND ...................... 4oo.oo0 6,000.00 209,073.79 203,662.21 ...... L_ 412,736.00 School District No 48-t4+ county Yhi11 July 1, 19-i-- to June 30, lg--J-- Actud 29,437.17 I 2,30,5.02 201,273.92 12,021.70 !1.84 27.926.62 12.482.03 _ZLtgt,M 4.574.50 40.60 240.00 100.O0 .256.44 3,975Jf0 424.73 349,309.05 (2.919 ./1 + 346.389.59 33,1.62 7,035.33 16,670.78 13,180.76 151.87 28.429.78 14.20J.36 13.826.$7  .01 21.676.59 4,798.77 23,60 4.558.00 1.438.69 12.75 152.84 2.944.93 3.868.10 39.56 500.00 380.958.84 8.581.62 390.0O.4 ntmlet OyelUrer nt (3) 33,990.00 2,167 . 227,329 00 10,086.00 225.00 30.238.00 15,412.00 14.356.00 24.415.00 10.400.00 700;oo 5.040.00 t .725.00 120.00 10. 1.430.00 801.00 1 .0.00 391.371.00 391 .]71. BUDgeT RIUmMNS <4) Administration--Sla ties ----Other I Instructibn--Salaries --Other Attendance Services---Salaries Not Publl*h Thil Column (I) 35,824.00 2,270.00 + 24"9,750.00 11.124,00 --Other Health Service--Salaries ---Other 225.00 _Pupil Transportation Services---Salaries O0mration of Plant--Salaries ----Other Maintenance of Plant--Salaries Fixed Charges ---Other" Food Services---Salaries ----Other Student Body Activlties---Salarie ---Other Commonly Services--Salaries ---Other Capital O Uay---81tee ---Other --F, quiEment Debt Service--Non-Bonded Payments to other School Districts O._Pere tlng C pntingency Transfers to Other Funds TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDPrURF U_narlated Balance TTAL BUDGET REQUIREMENTS 30.238,00 15.$12.00 14.156,00 2.438. 6.139.00 28.765.00 10.400.00 200,00 $ .040,00 1.625.00 120. 10 o .500.00 412.76.00 412.76.00 Adopted DO Not PublUh Thm Cn (71 Form No. 472-11 State Dept+ of Education Oregon BUDGET SUMMARY OTHER FUNDS School District No, ' County -- yaIhtll July 1119-_ to June 30, 19J II$'1"ORICAL DATA 17,212. 48,775.00 m .107.41 14,7 .97 15,888.96 16'759 .$3 13,231.09 hi, lilt Cunnt Year (3), $9,$23.75 235.5.27 22,712.02 16p452.50 .................. 13[]gPJI. ................. rmmvl (4) S.H.S. 1 L011CE BUDGrP FOR ItNb'ING YKAR Do Not llblllh Th Column Approval (I) 59,680. m 22,766.30 16,002.50 De Not Publlah Thm Cn (11 Form No. 472-12 48-14,/ State Dept. of Education SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES FOR PERSONAL SERVICES School District No. Oregon GENERAL & SC3BOL L'll FUNDS County - July I, 19  to June 30, 19- E[L'roRIc.L DATA Actffi=l _Cunt Ye ntadget BUDGET P'OR ENSUING AR N Yelr ]PLPst Yeir f TotlJ llllr P]L CLASrCATO Rathe DO Not Publish Approved Plnll PI<I i PI Budgeted This Column i SEIUgS 100 SERIES 100 12,440.09 13,332.00 S.IS 200 215,337.63 SERIFS 600 SI.1L 600 15,000.00 14,205.36 SSP,/: 700 SERIES 700 3,800.14 3,452.01 SERIES 900 SERIFS 900 4,574.50 4,798.77 SF..RIES 1 4,558.00 SERIES 1100 12.75 dent SERES 200 School Prnci 236,489.40 1 Elentary Prlnc1_l ____ 1 . u i School Teacher HKh__$choo I Teachers 'l It II It II II t! 01 11 6.000.00 5.400- 5.50{} 5.100.00 2.700 - 2_.950 2. 550 00 _ 2.100.00 700,00 _3_ i 4.600.00 ,L6600. O0 x ! 600.00 -- i Custodians Custodan Laundress Cafeter J.a ok ;I In If Secretar eg Drvpr._ tin Instructor Substitute chers ] 4,400 - 4,600 4,100.00 8. 2,100. 750.00 1,}0- 1,7 i3,300 - 3,400 2 I 600.00 I DO Not Publigh This Co0 umn 13,400.00 __00.oo 850.00 2:100.00 750.00 4,900.00 6:700.00 600.00 41300. 460.00 I Form No 472-13 School District NO. 48-14J ___ State Dept of Education PERSONAL SERVICES SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Oregon County __ Yamhlll ...... July I, 19 64 to June 30, 19 Salaries Distributed to more than one Function or Fund ................  -- _ _ - i ...... T-__., + __ +__ ........... DIS+T"IBU.TI0+N_ + T ..... : ; No GENERAL FUND L O+IER FUNDS SALARY Adminmtrltlon I lnltructlo I In Operation I rviCel  ] P <4> s <s, +7 s+ <++ ] +10+ ++_--_ "'+ ........ u - '+ -- <+I -- --i ..... L___ + __ ? _ +.. _ ..... ++ +;,oo.0o--- + ..... .....  4,+o0.oo +--iP +,,500_o+- 4,ooo. -+ ..........  -- - -- + - - .......................... + + ............, ..... + - ._ _ + _ _. .,,.,,,,,.,,......,,.,...,.,.,,,,.,,..,,..,.....,..G0pber Valley By JEAN WILDER Mr. and Mrs. Gsle Schmitz home otheirgrandparents, Mr. Mrs. Charlie C-arringer re- and iamily of Willamina were and Mrs. Lester Oldham. ports that Charlie is still in Sunday dinner guests at the Veterans hospital in Portland home of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chap- and is undergoing a series of Mrs. Nelson Agee. In the a/- man were Sunday guests at the tests. He may be in the host ternoon they drove to Dayton home ot her parents, Mr. and and visited at the home of his Mrs. Ohmar Fronk of McMinn- pial or sometime. parets Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ville. IlIIIIIIlIIlIlIlIIlIIlIIIIlIIlIlIIlIlIIIlIlIlIlIlIII Mr. and Mrs. William Mich- ael were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Maggie Mc- Cutchens o Salem. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shields and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Radley and am- fly, Mrs. Don Altermatt and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy and son, Roy, atten- ded the FFA banquet at WiLla- mina Friday night. Mr. and Mrs.Jackie Eden and family of Sheridan were Sunday guests at the home of her par- Sunday caUers at the home of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldlmm Pomeroy. were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Old- ham of McMinnville and Jack Schmitz. family and Mr, and Mrs. Bi11 Barbara Nelson was a Thurs- Michael and Jodi, all of Salem. Mr. and Mrs, Niflo Koivu day overnight guest of Kathy of WfllaminawereSaturday vis- Carcuf-f. Harry Wilders stock is mul- itors of Mr. and Mrs. James tiplying rapidly this year, One O1dham and family, Earl Osvors of Portland was a of his goats had triplets and Sunday visitor at the home of one sow had 17 pigs. Saved Mr, and Mrs. Steve Potter and were a total of 15 by bottle family, feeding two. Lionel Phials of Dayton was Mrs. Harry Wilder has been a Saturday visitor at the home in bed the last two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrrou Kelsey of Car!ton ...... o Mr. and Mrs. William Mich- sciatic rheumatism. '++ and family drove to Bonneville ael. dam Sunday to celebrate the Joe, Leslie and Cheryl, ch11- Chuck Williamson ot Enter- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen birthday ofthelrson, Townsend. dren of Mr. and Mrs. BfllWad- prise was a weekend guest at visited with riends in Grand David Kunzler of Sheridan was de1 oi McMiunviLle, are spend- the home of his aunt, Mr. and Ronde Saturday and Sunday. Townsend guest or the day. ing their spring vacation at the Mrs. WiLliam Michael. makes all types of quality trucks By LOIS NEAL The Mill Creek Community club will meet Saturday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. for the reg, ular monthly meeting and to ' make final plans for the ham dlnner set for April 4. Fol- lowing the business meeting a short entertainment program wiLl be given and refreshments served. Recent evening dinner guests at the Kenneth Knutson home were Emtlies third grade teacher and her hUsband Mr. and Mrs. BILl Bosch of Sheridan. Dinner guests March 8 at the Knutson home were Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Shetterly and family of DaLlas. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson, accompanied by ReD. and Mrs. Steve Swanson of Eu- gene+ attended the St. Olaf club alunmi dinner in Portland Sun- day afternoon. The principle speaker of the dinner was Pres- ident Rand, newiy-electnd pres- ident of St. Olaf College in Minnesota. Mrs. Louisa McKibben of Airlle is spending some time at the home of her daughter and son-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Henton. Calling Sunday afternoon at the Henton home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc- KilYoen of adem and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKibben Of Sher- idan. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Evers had as a recent guest for several days her cousin, Alvin Ham- flton, of Molalla, who was vis- iting relatives in the area. Dinner guests March 8 at the Ira Evers home were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kropfand tam- fly of Shedd and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nlsly and daughters at Sheridan. Sunday dinner guests at the noff Harris home were Mrs. Benny MiLler and three chil- dren of Slem and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bainter and faro- fly of WlUamina. Randy and Wendy Miller remained to spend their spring vacation, with Randy visiting at the Harris home and Wendy with the BRin- ier family. Guests at the Elmer Yoder home for dinner March 8 were his sisters, Mr, and Mrs. Wil- lis Byers and glrls of Salem and Mabel Ynder of Sheridan. On Monday the Ynders had as their dinner guest Pastor Melvin Paulus of Cast.din. Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Yoder home were Mrs. Dorothy schantz Of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bit- key of Parnell, la.+ and Donna Wolter of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Birkey have spent thevrtn- ter at Sheridan with her sis- ter, Irene Wideman and vis- Red relatives in this area. They will leave soon for their home in Iowa. Mrs. Sam Evers enjoyed hav- ing her sister, Mrs. Dave Stutz- ma and children of Grants Pass spend the day with her Monday. Sunday dinner guests at the Ira Evers home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kropt Judy, Loyal and Brenda Of Harrisburg and Mrs and Mrs, Earl Nenl and family, The Kropt children re- mained to spend their spring vacation at the Evers and Neal homes. Weekend guests at the John Rogers home were their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bandy, Kathy and Jeff of The Dalles. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Brandt were recent Sunday dinner guests at the C.V. Lurid home in I)allas. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neel and family were dinner guests Sat- urday of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Nisly and amily of Rockcreek. Other guests were Pastor and Mrs. Ray Mishier of SherJdan and Pastor Melvin Paulus of Cascadla. Mrs. Lawrence Berkey re.. turned home Sunday from an eight-day trip to California. She accompanied her daughter-ln= law Mrs. Arlen Berkey and sons to San Diego. There they met Mr. Berkey, who had JUst returned from six-months of Telephone youP OhevPolet de.lee about any type of tPuck overseas duty, having been sta .................................................................................................................................................................................. tioned in Japan. Mrs. Arlen Berkey remained in San Diego Tuggle Chevrolet Co with her husband. Mrs. Law- rence Berkey aLso spent sev- era1 days with another son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berkey, and " also visited her aunt,Mrs. Lula SHERIDAN, OREGON Perdue all of Los Angeles.