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Image 17 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), November 29, 1962

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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE WHITESBURG, LETCHER COUNTY, COUNTY SCHOOLS FINANCIAL STATEMENT (Continued from Page 16) Capital Outlay Fund Fleming-Neo- n School Lunch Mayking School Blackey School Lunch Whltesburg School Lunch Kona School Lunch Letcher School Lunch Hemphill School Lunch Eolla School Lunch Sergent School Lunch Payne Gap School Lunch Cow Branch School Lunch K.C. School Lunch Thornton School Lunch U. Cowan School Lunch-Colso-n School Lunch Little Cowan School U. Cumberland School Campbells Br. School Lunch Pine Creek School Whltco School Lunch L. Millstone School Lunch Doty School Lunch Blair Br, School Lunch Middle Colly School Lunch Hot SpotSchool Lunch Hurricane Gap School Lunch Potters Fork School Lunch Smoot Creek School Lunch Ermine School Lunch Cram Creek School Lunch Fleming Col. School Lunch Pert Creek School Lunch Millstone School Lunch Marlowe School Lunch Letcher Co. Public Library Letcher Ins. Agency Dr. B.F. Wright Kerney Day Kern Whitaker Arnold Hall Raymond Collins Sanford Adams Kendall Boggs Bissell Office Equip. Co. Bond & Interest payment 26,876.25 Apr. Re. 172.12 Milk 74.52246.64 " 17.48 " 24.64 42.12 " " 43.94 " 23,12 67.06 " " 175.06 " 82.48 257.54 " " 23.24 " 19.20 42.44 " " 158.88 " 22.64 181.52 " " 48.02 " 36.00 84.02 " " 58.26 " 32.60 90.86 " " 22.68 " 26.04 48.72 " " 10.80 " 18.84 29.64 " Milk Program 24.48 Apr. Re 43.22 Milk 31.12 74.34 " 7.48 " 3.56 11.04 " " 27.64 " 7.68 35.32 " 125.36 "22.84 148.20 April Relmb. Milk Program 8.52 "' " 21 33 " 53.22 Milk 27.12 8o!34 April Reimb. Milk Program 6.00 Apr. Re. 116.10 Milk 15. 60 131.70 April Reimbursement 107.76 Apr. Re. 57.05 Milk 7.46 64.51 April Reimbursem ent 66.45 Apr. Re. 84.54 Milk .70 85.24 " 101.18 " .56 101.74 " 45.30 " 4.20 49.50 " 17.51 " .88 18.39 " 60.84 " 5.81 66.65 " 40.62 " 2.06 42.68 " 47.94 " 7.66 55.60 " 50.13 " 1.04 51.17 " 26.70 " 10.83 37.53 " 137.97 " a.64 147.61 " 155.88 " 25.80 181.68 Appropriation 2 quarters 1,000.00 Treasurer's Bond 725.00 Board Service June 11.76 10.84 13.56 13.56 10.00 Travel expense May 78.63 16.16 Signature-StamTax 5.50 Exe. No. The Mountain Eagle Mae Stambough The Lang Co. Janle C. Gallion Donna Jean Webb Roy T. Reasor Mattie Lou Anderson Reed E. Watts Christine Gatton Kendall Ray Ison Velda Dollarhlde C.C. McClurg Varon Campbell Barbara Page James Gose Edwin D. Collins Doris C. Smith Teddy Kelly Fields Jr. Jake King Jr. Danola Collins Betty Jo Collins .Beckham Caudill K.C. High School Don Bale Clyde Orr Dr. Mahlon Miller Columbus Sexton Josten's Dorsey Crase Tllden Crase Eagle Printing Co. Cumberland Coach Lines Chester Whitaker Scott's Garage Jack Little, Distributor Gulf Oil Products Everett Lewis Grocery Billle J. Collier Maggard's Cash Store Alvaro Hubbard Bates Gulf Service Printing Legal ads 10. 00 2,00 Notarizing documents Mimeograpn paper tor omces7i.bU Secretary 1 week 50.00 Teaching adult education 90.00 114.00 99.00 108.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 39.95 Supplies for schools 36.60 Voc. Ac. Class travel Home Ec. travel Apr. &May 23.68 68.80 Travel expense May 19.91 74.74 10.40 101.12 129.12 49.28 48.56 Relmb. Commencement speaker Honarium Travel Expense May Diplomas for high schools Inv. 59935, 59936, 60067 Travel Expense May Supplies Attendance Dept. Trans. 8th month Trans to Campbells Branch $40. CO School 5 months Oil and grease for buses Gas for buses Gas for buses Gas & oil for buses - "" " " " " " - " 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 32.32 444.10 41.36 71.60 55.00 900.00 200.00 14.90 73 00 89 48 3 00 61 00 105 73 74 75 Coy Watts Auto Parts Co. Inc. Lexington Auto Supplies Rodney Ison's Garage Boone Motor Co. Repair and parts for buses Repair parts for buses less C.B. Clay's Ser. Sta. ft tt ft M credit W.T. Green Auto. Supplies Kyv.i Motor Co. C.B. Caudill Ser. Sta. Holbrook Gulf Service Hall's Gulf Service Holbrook Standard Oil Cornett's Garage Neon Gulf Service Norton Motor Inn, Inc. Gish'sSer. Station K&F Coal Co. Big 4 Coal Co. Wiley Adams Kentucky Power Co. Cumberland Valley RECC Kentucky Power Co. Kentucky Water Co. Luther M, Johnson Whltesburg Waterworks g 00 64 89 15 14 Repair parts for buses less 175 73 Drive Shaft Repair parts for buses & trucks Use ot Buick tor Driver Tram ing Class 366 .26 Repair to bus 12 .31 Repair to buses 13 .90 It H tt 50 N tt tt g .00 -- " " " mm " jjj .20 10 .55 " 56 .78 " less tax 6 98 Coal for schools Apr. A. May 284 10 90 .00 30 tons coal for schools 2, 688 .93 Lights for schools 178 89 lights for schools 32 .62 All night service lights May Water FlemIng"NeonSchoolsl04 53 " " water Miustone bcnooi. 9 months Water Whltesburg schools Monroe Blair Home Lumber Co. The Holbrook Co. Holsteln Hardware Co. Whltesburg Electric Co. Whltesburg Block Co. Norton Machine Works Stuart Robinson School A. G, Maggard Central School Supply Co. The Lincoln Electric Co. Ky Mine Supply Co. Two-Wa- y Radio, Inc. Radio Corp. of America Standard Printing Co. Varon Campbell Muriel C. Barger Troah Campbell Capital Outlay Fund B. F. Wright Kern Whitaker Raymond-Collin- s Kerney Day Arnold Hall Norton Machine Works Railway Express Agency Cumberland Coach Lines Varon Campbell Columbus Sexton Bank of Whltesburg Letcher Co. Agri. Agent Whltesburg Wholesale Co. Carbon Glow School Lunch R.C. Day Jr. Postmaster Wanda P. Caudill Boone Motor Co. W.T. Green Auto. Supplies Kyva Motor Co. Auto Parts Company Harlow Motor Co. Whltesburg Electric Co. Center Chemical Co. Texaco, Inc. Chester McFall . "Southern Bell Tel. Co. Central School Supply Co. Mrs. Mae Stambough Standard Office Furniture and supplies Bissell Office Equip. Co. A. C. McClurg & Co. Boggs Sanford Adams Legislative Research Com- mission Holbrook Gulf Service Jerry's Tire Service Jack Little, Distributor Gulf oil products Letcher Recapping Service Letcher Insurance Agency Blocks, maintenance Oxygen for maintenance Kent on gym May less coal 10. 05 tons $6. 00 Work Colson School site Chair desk less discount Equipment for Voc. Ag. Equipment, Voc. Ag. class Repair service Inv. 8397, 8399, 8400 48.34 1.25 10.00 23.40 217. 54 582. 00 7.84 226.50 118.00 54.36 Mobile communication equip, rental & cancellation charge 259.81 Teachers' Service Record Book & Financial Record binder 99.10 Two days death leave 44. 10 "" " " 41.20 "" " " 41.50 Transfer Capital Outlay No. 2 90,840.00 Board service call meeting 11.76 " " " " 12.56 " " " " 10.00 '" " " 10.96 13.56 Main, supplies 17.40 Freight on shelving 3.42 9th month transportation 900, 00 Travel expense Voc. Ag. 65.69 Travel Expense supervisor 14.40 Temporary Loan pay't. 75, 000. 00 Appropriation June 40. 00 Rent on garage June 60. 00 April Reimbursement 2.08 400 4c" stamps and box rent on year 25..00 Adult Teaching 27..00 Repair parts for buses 16..87 Repair parts for buses 32.50 I tt 9.47 150.22 Hi. 1.00 Repair parts for bus garage 49.75 Supplies for school bus garage less discount 58.54 Motor Oil 43. 8S Use of pump for school term 9.00 2 months at $6.00 54.00 Rental and calls4401. 2468. 2648. 3032, 2321, 2459 108.60 Freight on Main, supplies 3.00 Main. & School supplies 40.90 Paint Thinner T3.26 Paint, school buildings 136.00 Improvements, Colson school site 900.00 School furniture, ditto machine Colson school & forms school Lunch programs 8, 984. 65 Notarizing 3 documents office supplies -- posts for Financial Record binder Office supplies, ribbon for adding machine Supplies for schools Diplomas for Fleming Travel Expense June 2 Annotations Supplement Invoice 08378 Grease and lubrication for buses and trucks Tire & tube for Carryall Kerosene for bus garage 8 3.00 1.09 1.34 44.95 159.76 14.27 74.08 6.50 10.83 25.17 .97 tires recapped 3 yr. prem. Hemphlllbldg. 202.24 256.30 45 .00 191 02 ANNUAL SALARIES Sanford Adams Kendall Boggs Dave L. Craft Columbus Sexton Beckham Caudill Dorsey Crase Crase Lee Adams Letha B. Adams Doris C. Smith Hazel B. Lewis Ruth H. Collins Tilden Claude Collins Sanford Adams Virginia G. Brown Patricia Hall Dolly W. Polly Janie C. Gallion Superintendent Asst. Superintendent Supervisor Dir. Pupil Personnel Ml M Finance Officer Visiting teacher Lunchroom Supervisor Clerk Assistant Clerk Maintenance Supv'r Secretary to Board Census Clerk Secretary Secretary Bobby Elklns Mildred Lusk Katharine Roberts Roy K. Hart Avelena Niece Manus Ison James H. Day Kerney Day, Adams E.B. Aldington Jr. $6,500.00 8,000.00 8,000.00 5,476.00 5,476.00 5,241.00 5,384.00 4,982.00 4,565.40 4,166.40 4,500,00 4,500.00 4,200.00 1,800.00 2,592.82 1,942.30 1,276.16 2,000.00 1,361.84 1,776.62 1,785.56 273.80 765.92 723.76 Donna Roe Edward Tolllver Delia Collier Hazel Adams Mallle Whitaker Tessie Cornett . PAGE 17 29, 1962 . gy LETCHER STUDENTS NOVEMBER Water Sergent School 9 Combs Motor Freight Ky. State Treasurer Standard Oil Company Jellico Grocery Gentry Construction Co. Josten's Kendall THURSDAY, I ENROLLED THIS YEAR AT EASTERN COLLEGE x 1961-6- Lum Profltt . Water Haymond schools Mav Rental and ca112.1M 24RR 2459, 2648, 2321, 3032,4401173.68 Hauling Janitor supplies 16.80 Main SUDDlies Aor. & Mav 201 .71 jj j ' Main, supplies 11.30 1,375 92 Motor oil Tire and tube for Chevrolet 25 17 Carryall 2 49 Repair part for bus 165 11 Repair parts for buses 21 00 Repair Texaco Inc. Jerry's Tire Service KENTUCKY Haymond Water Co. Fred KIncer Southern Bell Tel Co. Library Clerk Secretary & Main. Mechanic Helper But Supervisor .Continued on Page 18) 1,834.80 2,038.20 1,500.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 3,528,48 3,875.00 4,200.00 62.50 2,400.00 Richmond, Ky., 87 Letcner County students are among the record 4, 271 students enrolled for the fall semester at Eastern KenCharles tucky State College, Ambrose, Registrar and Dean of Admissions announced. The enrollment represents an increase of 116 students over the previous mark of 4, 155 recorded a year ago at Eastern. This figure does not Include more than 1, 000 students enrolled In the college's Model Laboratory School on campus and in the extension centers located throughout the State. About 1, 500 others are enrolled in the extension program by mail. In all, more than 6, 800 persons are receiving college Instruction us from Eastern. a total of 91 Kentucky counties account for all but 378 of the total number, the remaining coming from 22 other states and Egypt, Iran, Japan, Korea, Colombia, and Syria. Of the total, 2, 444 are men students while 1, 827 are women. Madison County boasts the highest enrollment of 482 sutdents. Jefferson County is second with 236; Fayette County, third with 184, and Pulaski County, fourth students - with 149 students.Letcher Countains Include: Carol Yvonne Adams, James Wilson Back, Phyllis Elaine Back, Daniel Boone Barker, Danny Allen Bates, Bill Foster Caudill, Emily Frances Stewart, all of Blackey. David Meredith Adams, Ivan Gay Adams, Otis Dean Whitaker all of Jeremiah. Russell Leo Karen Sue Asbury, Russell Charles Asbury, Randall Chandler, Paul Morrison Dotson, Larry NellLooney, James Harry Mahan, Kaye Dann Mahan, Karen Ann Ad-ki- Scott, Kathleen Mae Scott, Phyllis Heniretta Webb, Shelby Jean Wright, all of Jenkins. Eddie Ambureey, Frances Collier Amburgey, Manuel Ambur- Mayes, all of Eey, Jesse Garrett Banks, Emma Jean Samuel D. Blair, Mina Leigh Breeding, Emll Jo Clay, Avery I. Collins, Fulton Combs, Henry Combs, Elizabeth Carol Conas-te- r, Delora Sue Cook, Emily Rose Cook, James Douglas Cornett, Elizabeth Ann Craft, Ronald Andrew Davis, Lorraine Day, Henry Gerald Frazier, Roger Kin-ce- r, Elizabeth Pearl Lucas, William Edgar Maggard, Coy LaDonna Sue Price, Wlndle Lee Sparks, all of Whites-bur- g. Ritter Ann Banks, William J. Burchwell, both of Seco. Herman Caudill, Mary Grace Caudill, Dorla B. Whitaker, Shirley June Whitaker, Paul Boggs, all of Gary Wayne B entley, Roxana. William Earrol Harlow, Donald LceQuillen, Harriet Gail Webb, all of Neon. Clara Jean Blair Collins, Donald Allen Collins, both of Van. Carolyn Sue Combs, Peggy Annette Craft, Barbara Ann Fleenor, Janice Faye Fleenor, Patricia Nadine Webb, all of Mayking. Harold Dean Cook, of Cromona. Glenna Sharon Cornett of Banks, Joyce Ann Fields of Thornton, Goldie Marie Gibson of Premium. Truman Halcomb, Ruth Campbell Smith, LillieMae Whitaker, allofUlvah. Evelyn Juean Ison, Lilly Ison, Sampson Cast! Ho Ison, all of Skyline. Eunice Smith Kendrick, Faye Parsons, both of Gordon, Jerry Curtis Kirby, John Roger Miller, both ofBurdine. Johnny Wayne Lequire, Connie EilenMullins, bothofMcRoberts. John L. Miller of Isom, Norma Jean Roark of Kings Creek, Janice June Rowe of Line fork, Jeanette Sturgillof Eolia, Billy Ray Wad-deof Fleming, and Billy Harold Whitaker ofCrown. ll, Cats, cats, cats In the cat family, the number of young in each litter varies from two to seven, depending on the species. Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia states that lions rarely have more than two or three young at a time. Tht house cat averages four in a Utter and there can be two litters a year.

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