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IIIIII|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|IIIIIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIII|IIIIIIIIInI|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuII|IIIIIIIIIII|Iun|I|IIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Form No. 472-I State Dept. of Education NOTICE OF SCHOOL BUDGET HEARING Oregon NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of the governing body of ....... h.1". .................. School District No.487"14 of .................. T.--.i.l. ...................... County. State of Oregon, will be held at ]U]OD,] +G.dQ...GI. + on the _. 6th . day of ............. AP.r.i. ........... 19 64.. at +. .8".. .................... o&apos;clock for the purpose of discussing with interested persons the budget for the fiscal year beginning July I, 19... and ending June 30, 19.65.., hereinafter set forth. The budget I] was [.vas, Tt prepared on a basis of accounting consistent with .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 ..U[t..l....JJJ,.{l ....................... between the hours of ...J.+..l-+ and .4...p..m.. The budget document may be obtained for $ I..,1 , or parts of it may be obtained for $._.t0.8._. per sheet. For the Ensuin Fiscal Year Beginnin July' I T 19 64 TAX LEVY COMPUTATION Total Budget Requirements D'duet Tot n udlet Re, Except Tax to Be Levied Revenue Necessary to lalance Budget Add:  _of _taxe to be lev[ but not rid in eulng year Taxes to be levied for Ensuing Year Analysis of Taxes to Be Levied Within 6% Limitation Outside 6% Limitation 12.66 .21 212,662.21 Not Subject_ to 6% L!mitation 59 680.00 Total Taxes to Be Levied 272.342.21 212.662.21 For the Current Fiscal Year BeJinnini Jul" I 1963 TAX I TOTAL U G EIICRAL U/}D v. 7Y ....... AL .... Total Budget Requirements "  -  4iO-)94T75 0 Revenue Nytolance Budge -- -.96 t 173'n8 T .... to Be levied for Ensuin Year | 2b 181 847 Q2 I Anal'sis of Taxes to Be Levied Within 6% Limitation I I Outsid  6% Lira/tat!on  .......  181L847.1  181,847 Not Subject to 6% Limitation |  TotaI-Taxes t bee Levi- |241.,30.9b  1181,84 OutstandlnI Authorized. Not Incurred TYPE OF Actual Eltlmate Actual raltba te 1NDEII'rIDINqSS July I JUdy I JY ] JIY 1 Serial Bonds Current Year Ensuing Year Current Year Intlng Year Negot/able Inter|t-bering Warrant Endorsed Warrants Short Term Notes FINANCIAL SUMMARY TOTAL G EbrERAL Bonded Debt ALL <Na YUND ,, .Fund 511,184.80 412,736.00 59,680.00 47,842.59 209,073.79 xxx 203,662.21 59:680.00 9 000.00 9,000.00 xxx 272.342.21 212,662.21 59,680.00 i slgn .......... J,..A..aqbrt ................................................ Dttlct h m Chatrma School Student Construct- Lunch,Fund Body ceyunds ion mFund , 22,766.30 16,002.50 xxx 22766.30 16,002.50 xxx Ugg F*XX 59,680.00 t _xxx 59.680.00 x Bonded Debt I School <dFund  Lu_nchcsi'und -5523.7512.02 ----2, 59,523,75 I   m Student I Cnstruct'I Bod'und_ ior, Fund I 12.27 .21 l xxx "29,523.75 .21[ 59t52335 J xxx m m xxx -rrY CASH BALANCE ACTUAL July 1 CurRnt Year $,..m ...... ESTIMATE July I EMumg Yeir Approved by Budget Committee: ............. !tXch 17 ................... 19..64. Signed ................. Clfford V Bride ................. Secretary ............... ,.ba&...iutson .......................... Chairman Adopted by District School Board: ................................................... 19 ....... Signed ............................................................ Clerk 48-14J Form No. 472-8 BUDGET SUMMARY School District No ....... State Dept. of Education Oregon GENERAL FUND County- __1 ........ July l, 18:_f__ to June3q tg-J_  l .............  nu.rr zo ZSUmG VZA ..... ? ............ T ...... l ............  l.P:y 1[---- A ..... 2--+1 Io ::::,ish----" I ] Available Cash Bal .... (Strike out the line | I 8 200 44 25,410 0l 8:050 00 Revenue from Local Sources except tax to be levied 80000y00 ......... 99213.26 150409.1S 290,720.64 55,668.95 346.389.59 Form NO. 472-9 121.722.66 158.734.97 5,981.45 .04 313,304.77 76,735.69 390.040.46 State Dept of Education Oregon 128.464.48 206.473,79 6,000.00 336,388.27 54,982t73 391,371.00_ Revenue from Intermediate Souuees ........ Revenue from State Sources Revenue from Federal Sources Proceeds from sales Receip from other School Districts Transfers from other Funds Total Budget Resources except tax to be levied District Tax Received in Year Levied or Required to Balance Budget TOTAL BUDGET RESOURCES 209,073.79 203,662.21 412,736.00 ___J BUDGET SUMMARY GENERAL FUND School District No. -- County Yeh i I 1 July 1, 19--- to June 30, 19Z.--- ]H[I'DDRICAL DATA Second Year 29,437.17 2,305.02 201,273.92 12,021.70 __ 191.84 27.926.62 15.000.00 .03 __ 3.800,4 J1 .O67,41 $1.47 _ 4.574.$0 ___0,60 _ 240,00 _ 100.00 1.256.44 3.975.46 __ 424.73 349.309.05 _ (2.919.46 346,389.59 Ftrlt Year 33,150.62 216,670.78 13,180.76 151.87 28.429,78 },4.205.36 13.826.57 3.452.01 11.341.93 21.67 (Lu59_ 4736 J 23.60 _ 4.558.00 1.438__ 12_J_- 2.94b_.3_ 3.86&J_0_ 39.56 500.00_ 380,958B-- 8,58Lfi2- 390.040=h.6_ BudSet cWt Y3 ,.00- 227.329.00 io,o.oo i 225.00 30.238.00 1.5.412.00 14.356.00 2.438.00 8.989.00 10.400.00 _ 70o,oo 5.o40. 1 325.00 120.00 I0.00 __ 1.430.00 __ 801,00 _ 1.500.00 391.371.00 _391.371.00 BUDGET ln UIREMN'I Administration--Salaries --Other [nst ruct/on---Salaries ---Other Attendance Serviees--Salaries --Other Health Services---Salaries ---Other Pupil Transportation Services--Salaries ---Other Oration of Plant---Salaries -.-Other Maintenance of plant---Sata_ ties --Oter'" Fixed Charges F--oodServices---Salaries -.-Other Student Body Activities---Salaries .-.Other Community Services----Salaries ---Other Caiital Outtay--Sites --Build __Equipment Debt Service--Non-Bo_ nded_ Payments to other School Discts Operating Contingency Transfers to Other Funds+_ -- TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Unappropriated Balance TOTAL BUDGET REQUIREMENTS DO Not Publish Thtt Column (S) ntrDGr Fort tNStrrNO Approved (S) 35,824.00 2,270.00 249,750.00 11.124.00 225.00 30,238.00 15.512.00 14.156.00 2.438.00 6.139.00 28.765.00 10,400.00 200.00 5.040.00 1.625.00 120.00 10.00 500.00 500.00 1.5(}0.00 412.736.00 412.736.00 AdoPted DO NOt PUbllgh ThU ColUmn Form No 472-11 State Dept. of Education Oregon HsTonIcAL DATA ltrst yel Preeedml (=) 212.50 48,77 .  so10L_6 15=888.9___6 14 702.97 16 759.,53 13,231 . Mothers Win In Volleyball GRAND RONDE--Mothers o the Grand Ronde PTA won a smashing victory in the annual Mother Daughter volley ball game March 23 by the grand score of 79-29. In the regular business meet- ing, a $25 4-H scholarship was sent to Polk County Agent John Grimes. Rules were read for the annual student scholarship. Included are an anntml $I00 grant to be awarded a senior from District 42-J, to be used at the coUege of his chOiCe in studying for the teacktng Profession. The schorshlP Committee will consist of the PTA viCe-president, Grand RGonde grade school principal rande Ronde school loaru chairman, Will..in. high school principal and WiUamlna High school counselors. Oficers for the coming year elected were Presidentf Mrs. Ike Risseemv; Vice-president, Mrs. Roger Hanson; Secretary Mrs. Marvin Kimsey; .and Treasurer, Mrs. Ray Wagler. Room count was won by Mrs. Wright's fourth grade, with 13 parents present. nzet Current Year (s) BUDGET suMMARY OTHER FUNDS N1D I 4) PtOpO.d DO Not Pttblltt DOtum SchOOl District No. 8"1)' County yamhtll July 1, 19-L to June 30, 19 -- BUDGet Fort INSUING AdoPted Approved DO Not PMblf4 <S) Form NO. 472-12 State Dept. of Education Oregon $9,523.75 _. 235,425.27 22,712.02 --__6,452.50 Iq[ISqPOR|CAL DATA SlgU$ 100 i2,440.09 sERzm ,00 215,337.63 SERIES 600 --15,000.00 SBRI 700 3,800.14 ;BRIGS 900 4,574.50 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 26 s 1964 SmIILq 100 13,332.00 S IRI F,.q 200 236,489.40 Form No, 472-13 State Dept. of Education Oregon SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES FOR PERSONAL SERVICES School District No 4'!4J---- GENERAL & SCHOOL LUNCH FUNDS County Tli .............. July I, 19  to June 30, 19 6 TION Prooed I ', Aaopte Total Salary N'tL CLAssrlelCA Range NO of DO Not Pub  Approved Do Not Pb Budsed I retool ] Th, Column } J -n:= o4umn :intendent t 9,500.00  1. + 9,500.00 i -t .............. ............. - ........... + ........... -q , ] i : ................. f+  -- . +  .... Z School Principsl ....... [ 9, -500-'00- 1--; .... ---9-$00t J +-4 7L3_376.00 Slmnt&rx rrincigl ....... _ _.8,624,00 J I l-  8,424. ......... J L_s00.00 " _ " .......  8,,  1 i ...... I 8,0o9,00  _) lO .- "- _'L_ .... Y___ b.9oo-_,92 T ....  !l.82:do-+ .... , 6.634.0 -itm.r.__ ,+, !_.+ z..2._ !j ...... ++ .7.oo.oo i . + +'+++ ++.+ ii + + 4;568.00 13=400.00 Custodians 4,000.00[ Custodian 850.0 Laundress 2.100.0{ 700.0( 4,600.0C 6600.0C 600.0 Clfetera Cook II m 11 + S.++et,_+o__+ L-)Y+Li+od+i--?)-o_+ il M;-I L+-i++ iZ iI+Y:6i-Cod.+oo-+ 15; _+ 1 55++22 13r_lZhtcD2Ka -or 600 00 ! 1 [  600.00 i + 7  , 4 a00 00 .. Substitute TeacherJ _. @ .............  ..... +0 + ................ q Pmmonnml.  + + 7 1 ..... J ................. i .................. J ................ ' PERSONAL SERVICES SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Jut> l, ]9 64 Salaries Distributed to more than one Function or Fund ................ - ............  ................. D ....  ..... i ] ..... ++: ............. + 1 TOTA L ! ] Matnttnanee AUXiIt.r, : I PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION I ] Empl SALARY Administration i ns rt c o and Oper:tHon Services "' I ', ---- " ..... "' i p_ +,+ _+ ............ , _ + ++++ + i ..................... ........... + +,+_o+ ++ + ,;o++..--+ ,.+oo.oo+ +, + ................................... ---1 O + terk_-Sgreta_ry+ l 4j500.00  ...... 4-;-.5.-00- + [4+,.i 500:00i + _V-__--- ..... _-Y7 +i i  + Y_-+Z Y/-+___ - -_+ + + ++ .... + IIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUllU I ' By LOIS NEAL Thursday Mrs. KennethKnut- son and Trudy with Mrs. W.H. Brandt, Mrs. E.A. Brandt, Mrs. .da Grauer, Mrs. Ves Latbam and Mrs. Jacob Grauer atten- ded a party for Mrs. Barbara Scbatz in honor of her 87th birthday anniversary. The party was held at the home ot Mrs. Schatz's daughter Mrs. Carl Costanzo o Portland. Mrs. Kenneth Knutson and children accompanied by Mrs. EaA. Brandt and Miss Shirley Meyers went to Cannon Beach Friday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Schatz. Mrs. Earl Neal and bhfldrea were Thursday overnight and Friday guests of her sister and family the Delbert Fowlers at Elmira. While there, Mrs. Neal also caLled on her uncle Roy Evers. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Net1, Cindy and Becky were dinner guests the evening of March 16 at the Earl Neal home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ridge- way and family were recent vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Ridgeway of Corvallis. School District No 48"14J + County Yamhill to Jura' 30. 19 6 OTHR rt'NDS i [ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ridgeway and Johnny were Sunday after- noon callers at the Joe Crowe home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Yoder were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swartzen- druber. Judy Yeder was a Saturday night and Sunday guest of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warde Hershberger of Woodburn. Early Monday morning she accompanied them to Portland where they met Shirley Yoder who arrived by train from Nebraska. Shirley BODgD  FUND 59,680.00 S.H.S. C  . 8 LIFID 22,766.30   I S'l,tltT D--------l,1ll 16,002.50 .,,,.,...,,..,,..,..,,,.,.,,,,,...,. Ballst0n,...,,...,...""'"'""'"'"'"' Mike Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Morris, was a member of the Amity FFA chap- ter delegation to the state FFA convention held recently at Kla- math FaLls. Members of the BaLlston Odd- fellow Lodge, Aaron Hlnman, Gene Hinman, John Focht, Dee Mellema, Merten Bissell and Allen Smith, visited the Day- ton lodge March 18. Steve, Milch and KathY Morris enjoyed their springY,- cation visiting relatives. The boys visited their uncle, BobbY Brandt, in Portland and Kathy her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Coye Morris, at A1banyo Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer and John and Mrs. Jay Sechrist attended the ALl-State Chorus Wednesday nlght in Portland. Gary KLlmer had a part. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Voshe]l of Sheridan visited Sunday at the Clifford Whitlow's. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smafl and family spent from Thursday of last week until Senday at Mrs. Kilmer, Mrs. Kenneth Yakima, where they visited in Keyt and Mrs. Dick Smith at- the home c Clark's son, Mr. tended a workshop at Kels% and Mrs. Cedric Clark andfam- Wash. tly. Mrs. Tommy Morris and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer'sluncheon small daughter of Springfield guests Tuesday were her sis- are spending this week withher ter, Mrs. Carl Black, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.D. mother, Mrs. L. Whitney, both Smail. of DaLlas. Mrs. Whitney stayed over for a few day's visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner visited in Sheridan Saturday. AprilundBruceKadellofMc- with their friend, Mrs. And}' MinnviHe spent three days of Farrier. spring vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell Charles Kadell. The KadeIl's and Janice o Sheridan and the daughter, Mrs. Fred Vicent Ezra Kilmer family were sup- and four sons of West Linn per guests Sunday eveningatthe spent trom Thursday until Sat- home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles urday and attended the 4-H program Thursday night with Kadell and family honoring the the Kadells. birthday of Mr. Kadell. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Could Mrs. Bertha Jensen of Suth- and family were Saturday over- erlin was a guest of Mr. and night visitors at the home of Mrs. George Gardner Wednes- Bobby's aunt, Mr. and MrS. day. Cbarles Duvall at Kernville. Mrs. Ezra Ktlmer attended a Thursday noon lunchoonatthe The BaLlston Sunday School YamhLll County courthouse Easter program will begin at relative to a Shelter workshop 10:45 a.m., foUowed by an Eas- in Yamhi11 county. Friday ter Church service. INSURANCE THAT GIVES YOU FROM LAWSU If a guesf or fades- man sJlps on your fron walk or falls on your sfelrs you are lia61e for damages, Bur public I;a6ility ;nsurance gives you full and complefe profec- flon from cosfty iudgmenfS. And it ;s one of fhe cheap- esf k;nds of insurance to 6uy. Lef us fell you more a6out if. Mill Creek .....,...,,.,.,.,.....,......,,,..,.........,.,...,,., will spend her spring vacation Wilcox is the former Mary Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and visiting her parents, Mr. and Ann Yoder. family were Sunday dinner Mrs. E1merYoderandrelatives guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luke and friends in the area. Sunday evening the Knutson Zook. Other guests were Mr. family attended the Los Ange- and Mrs. John Marner and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knut- les Pacific college choir con- dren of Lafayette. son and family were Sunday at- cert at St. Johns Wesleyan ternoon callers in Portland at Methodist church in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kropf the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Among the choir members was and family were Friday a- ALfred Oekerman and Mr. and Mrs. Knutson's nephew, Bill ternoon visitors at the Ira Ev- Mrs. Marvin Wilcox. Mrs. "Cox. ers home. H i .. .............  :/"; '+ , '"  + :::: ' ...+.......,.,,,..,:....ce,+,+:.++ +,+,,+,,.++++,+= , .+=.:. ::.x..,.., +... 'L'12_ " ii :" '64 Jet.smooth Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe (119-in. wheelbase) New Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe (115-in. wheelbase) '64 Chevy U Nova Sport Coupe (110-in. wheelbase) '64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe (108-in. wheelbase) '64 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe (98-in. wheelbase) Chevrolet will go to any length to make you happy Things have changed a lot since a Chevy was only a Chevy. Especially your ideas of what you want a Chevy to be. So now you have the Jet-smooth Chev- rolet--17 feet of pure luxury, bumper to bumper. The size makes it a luxury car. But not the price. Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II, a 15-foot family ear with all kinds of passenger and luggage space. This year, your choice might be the new 16-foot-plus Chevelle, sized to fit nicely between Chev- rolet and Chevy II (and between parking meters, with five whole feet left over). Then, too, there's the sporty 15-foot Corvair, so right for so many people (you girls, in particular) that we've never touched an inch of it. And finally, Cor- vette-still 14,j feet and still too much for any true sports-car lover to say no to. The long and short of it is, you don't have to go to any length to find exactly the kind of car you want. Just F see the five different lines of car at your Chevrolet dealer's. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFGRMERS Chevrolet Clmelle Chew n, Corvair Corvette See them at your Chevrolet Showroom ................................................................................................................................. Call 843-4764 ,.o,,.ms,o., Tuggle Chevrolet Co. ! N S U R A N C E SHERIDAN, OREGON t