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Forest Fire Wardens Named To Issue Permits In County Personal Service Material for Maintenance oi Motor Vehicles Repairs Motor Vehicles Transportation Contract Total Other Purposes Total Transportation of Pupils Cont libutions Bus Depreciation Total Other Purposed Total Other Auxiliary Agencies The district office of the Ohio Division ot forestry at iNew Phila delphia said that the spring forest fire season has started and will continue through the month of May. Burning permits are issued, free of charge, by local fnn -l fire wardens to landowners, their tenants or their agents. Safety precautions as described on the permits must be fully observed. They may be issued by the following in Noble county: Beaver Township George B. Atkinson, Batesville Brook field township F. W. Denny, route 1, Cumberland Center township W. E. Jacobs (P), Sarahsville Lewis E. Davidson, route 1, Sarahsville: Harry L. Merritt, route 1, Caldwell: R. E. Merry, route 1, Caldwell and F. L. Van Fleet, mute 1. Sarahs ville. Elk township R. L. Smifh berger, route 1, Lower Salem Enoch township E. H. Crock, FINANCIAL REPORT OF BOARD OF EDUCATION For tho Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1956 Bciivcr Local School Ditr!nt Batesville, Ohio Noble County, Ohio March *1. 1957 I hereby certify the following report to be correct. BILL ENGLISH Clerk-Treasurer of the Board "f Education. Tax Valuation $1,479,917.^0 Tax Levy 20.20 School Enrollment ..... 178 Salaries and Wages $44,436.36 SCHEDULE 1 Summarv of Cash Balances, Receipts and Expenditures BALANCE. January 1st, 1956 General Fund $ 1,414.72 Bond Retirement Fund 4,671.84 Building Fund S 7.281.00 Cafeteria Fund 'S- 322.02* Rehabilitation FuikI $ •,753.90 Bond Retirement Xn S21.713.93 Total S32.169.K9 RECEIPTS General Fund S53.399.53 Bond Retirement !-'unl $10,235.? Building Fund S 9,305.! Cafeteria Fund $ 5.80-4.1 Rehabilitation Fund S 3,li0.t Total $81,885,: Total Receipts and Balance—$114.055 EXPENDITURES— Genera! Fund $5!Mi2n Bond Retirement Fund $11,888.17 Building Fund $15,194 17 Cateteria Fund $ «.23«.0B Rehabilitation Fund £9,803.90 Bond Retirement No. 2 $ 217.50 Total $103,051.18 BALANCE. December 31st, 1956 General Fund (-$ 4,806 2H Bond Retirement Fund -$ (,324.07) Building Fund $ 1,392.43 Cafeteria Fund 754.70) Total $11,003.88 Total Expenditures and Balance $114,055.06 SCHEDULE II RECEIPTS Revenue— General Property Taxes-- Local Levy General Fund S 18,411.05 Bond Retirement $10,235.94 Total Property Tax S28.64ti.99 Foundation Program Cash Received $28,030.59 Deduction lor Teachers Retirement 2.808.00 Deduction for School Employes Retirement 1.280.00 Deduction for County B"md ol Education ... $ 1,483.81 Bus Piirchaae ... .- $ 975.00 Total Foundation Program S34.577.40 Vocational Education Rehabilitation for Deal. Blind and Crippled Children, Handicapped, etp., from State $ 102.71 State Grant -Bus Purchf 294.00 Federal Subsidies iCafeteria. Etc $ 888.40 Cafteria and Lunch Rocm Receipts $ 4,917.60 Total Revenue $69,425.10 NON REVENUE— Stat, Building Fluid $ 9,305.!i0 Sales of Property (Typim1 Paper) $ 5.77 Insurance Adjustments $ 17.9 Sale of Other Investments $ 283.18 Refunds and Returned Checks $ 9,612.79 Transfers to Rehabilitation Fund $ 2,847 48 Total Transfers 2.847.48 Total Transactions $81,885,37 SCHEDULE 111 EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION Salaries and Wages Adm. Of (leers $ 907.00 $ 907.00 $ 407.59 $ 407.59 $ 1.314.59 and Employes Total Personal Service Office Supplies Total Other Purposes Total Adminisrtrat inn INSTRUCTION Personal Service Text Books Total Other Purp Total Instruction LIBRARIES— School Library Rooks Total Libraries TRANSPORTATION OF PI'PILS- 29.30 29 30 $ 760.00 $ 277 58 $ 30820 $ 7,430.00 $ 8,015.78 $ 8.775.78 CAFETERIA AND SCHOOL LUNCHES— Personal Service Supplies and Food Equipment Total Other Purposes Total Public Lunches OTHER AUXILIARY AGE.\ IES $ 1,816 50 $ 4.260.18 S 160.00 $ 4,420.18 $ 6.236.68 45.00 Lecturers ..... $ Tuition Paid to CM lift Districts $ Teachers Retirement Contribution Employes Retirement Contribution Board of Education 177.30 $ 2,808 00 $ 1,280.0( $ 1.483.81 $ 975.00 $ 6,724.11 $ 6.724.11 OPERATION OF SCHOo! Personal Service Gas Fuel Janitors Supplies Other Supplies Electricity Telephone Advertising ... Hauling Other Contract and Open PLANT $ 3,210.00 S 372.09 549.33 759.09 296.17 771.1 107.10 33.90 88 20 $ $ $ $ $ $ S Order Service S Taxes $ Total Other Purposes Total Operation of Schoo Plant Rewritten 71.93 472.98 $ 3,528.21 $ 6 738.31 MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL PLANT Repairs School Buildings Rehabilitation Total Other Purposes Total Maintenance of Sci.mil $ 1.853 58 $ 9,893.90 SI 1.747.48 Plant .. ... DfcBT SERVICE Bonds Maturing Interest on Bonds Total Debt Service CAPITAL OUTLAY— New Buildings Returned Checks Voided ,md $11.747.48 S 7.200.00 $ 4,9'i5 67 $12,105.67 $15,194 47 i $ 280.89 $15,475.36 Total Capital Outlay Transfers from Rehabilitation to Building $ 2,847.48 Total Transfers $ 2,847,48 Total Transactions $103,051.18 ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ASSETS Cash Money on Hand—in Depository, Active and Inactive Accounts $9,611.45 Inventory Supplies anrj Materials $ 2.500.00 Lands (Cost) $ 2,500.00 Building:, (Cost) $170,000.00 Investments ... $ 5,000.00 Total .-U^fctts $189,611.45 LIABILITIES Bonded Debt £97,60000 Total Liabilities $97,600.00 Total $92,011.45 route 1, Caldwell Jackson town hip W. F. Parson, route 1, Macksburg. Marion township Forest Archer, /oute 2, Summerfield Fletcher Guiler, route 2, Sum merfield: A. A. Stevens, route 2, Summerfield Homer Warner, route 2, Summerfield and J. H. Moore (FC), Summerfield. Noble township Earl C. Archer, route 8, Caldwell Andy Fafrak, route 1, Ava Bernard Carnes, Belle Valley and Edward Bailey, Belle Valley. Olive township Benny J. Fowler, "Caldwell Fulton C. Hughes, route 1, Dexter City Lawrence A. King, route 3, Cald well Lee Parrish, route 2, Cald well and E. Frank Tarleton, 1006 Fairground street, Caldwell. Seneca township—Dallas .Law, oute 1, Senecaville and Homer Gibson, route 2, Senecaville Sharon township—Carl Delancey route 3, Caldwell and C. W. Par ish, route, Caldwell. Stock township Earl E. Archer, route 1, Summerfield and Edwin L/ Crum, route 1, Caldwell Wayne township Ellis D. Long, route 1, Seneca ille Earl Moore, route 1, Quaker City, and I\. W. i' rks, route 1, Senecaville-. Caldwell Firm Installs Fourth Recap Unit In Expanding Service ern That $30,179.06 $ 831.76 $ 831.76 $31,011.42 nas enjoyed a steady growth in the recapping tire business, has moved to their new location in the R. D. Buck building, Railroad street. During the past four years, the firm has experienced a gradual increase in business which has necessitated their moving to larger and more com modious quarters. They formerly occupied Ihe Benny Bober prop lty on Spruce street. Their new location on Rail road street has provided them with sufficient space for instal ling additional recapping units. With the completion of the last of four units now in the process of installation, the Noble Tire Service will have facilities and eqipment to recap tires ranging in size from G.40xl5 to 10.00x22 This range will enable them to recap tires i nearly every available size. The Noble Tire Service is owned by Edward Taylor- of Woodsfield. However, the Cald well plant is capably managed by Quenton Forshey, who with his family resides on Railroad street. He is assisted in the plant by Joe (.!i vv/alski, ol uc.n Cald well. A large volume ol the recap ping business is provided by county tire dealers. Forshey also stated that additional business is secured from Woodsfield, Pleas ant City, Sarahsville, Summer field, and communities within a 20-mile radius of Caldwell. R. D. Buckey who originally occupied the front section of the building, stated Monday that he plans an extension of the build ing in the rear which he will use for housing his farm equip ment. The walls are already con stfucted and completion is ex pected to be made this summer Occupying the center section of th,e building is the Briggs B6dy Service, operated by Don Briggs. PROBATE NOTICE Approval and Settlement of Accounts Accounts and vouchers of the iol lowing named persons and estates have been filed in the Probate Court oi Noble County, Ohio, ior approval and settlement: First and final account of Nathan Liiuicome, guardian of Agnes Lincicorrte. Seventh (7th) and final account of Ethel G. Dotson, guardian of Swazey Dotson First and final account of Ernestine Gnllagher, administratrix of the es tate of John Gallagher, deceased. First and final account of Lenley D. Addis, adminiifh alor of th( estate of Jonathan J. Addis, deceased. First and final account of Fred Fox, executor of the estate of Mattes, a.k a. Balthasser Joseph Mat tes, deceased. Eighth (8th partial account of Lila Mae Bober, guardian of Andrew A Bober, Jr First and final account of Mar Weaver, administratrix with the will annexed of the estate of Friend Calland. deceased. First and final account of Cornell Cordle, administratrix with the will annexed of the estate of Fred Blake, deceased. First and final account of George R, Leasure, administrator of thfc estate of E. Harris, deceased. First and final account of Ernest L. Morris, administrator of the estate of Elsie G. Morris, deceased. First and final account of Carl Stevens, guardian of Samuel O. Stev ens. First and final account of Edmund G. James, executor of the estate of Wava Gail Williams, deceased. First and final account of Merrill Ward, guardian of Winifred Rucker First and final account of A. Vance, guardian of Bessie Heddlcson Unless exceptions are filed thereto said accounts will be for hearing be fore Ki/d court, on the 8th day of April, 1957, at which time said ac counts will be considered and con tinued from day to day until finally disposed of. Any person interested may file writ ten exceptions to said accounts or to matters pertaining to the execution of the trust, not less than live days prior to tile date Set for hearing. 36 EARL P. McGINNIS, Probate Judge F.iMiiic Mill^, Deputy Clerk Perfect Attendance And Honor Students *re Announced for Elk Local School 4-H Club Advisors banquet Planned The following is Perfect, attendance and hono students for Elk local school dis trict have been announced by Principal Luther Schramm as follows: Perfect Attendance Dr. Charles E. Davis, super intendent. of the Caldwell schools, will be the principal speaker, Thursday evening at the annual 4-H Advisors recogni tion banquet. Dr. Davis has chosen as his subject, "Today's Education." The banquet will be held at :30 p. m. in the dining room of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Dale Hedge, president, will conduct the business ses sion. Vocal music will be rend ered by the Caldwell Pepperettes under the direction of James Carter. Miss Kathleen Greer, acting associate state leader in 4-H for the Northeast and Southeast sections of Ohio, will be present to act as moderator of a panel discussion on "Responsibilities of JL's." Jail': Super Market Names Treasure Winners Richard Ball, owner and man ager of Ball's Super Market, announced today the winners' in the treasure chest Friday and Saturday of last week. The winners are as follows: Janice Pangle, Phil Harding. Leonard L. Long, Dwain Davis, Jan Allen, Leslie E. Harmon, Mrs. Bessie Harriman, Mrs. David Hill, Miss Lynn Robin son, Mrs. W. K. Conner, Mrs. Maude Harris, Mrs. Anita Man son. Mrs. Norman Schoeppner, Mrs. Irene Guiler, Mrs. Glen Waller Clarence Crum, Mrs. Victor Smith, Mrs. Jolene Hayes, David Wharton, Mrs. James Clark, J. Burkhart, Mrs. Ben Robin son, Leland Smith, Miss Carla Dowling, Miss Sudy Richcreek, Byron Wilson, Bill Reed, Mrs W. Brownrigg, Miss Judy Hed dleson. Mrs. Freda Cunningham, Mrs. Wells, all of Caldwell and community. Mrs. Kate Lori and Mary Svercek of Belle Valley Mrs Vernon Sorg of Summerfield Mrs. Harry Bates of Sarahsville Mrs. Charles Stiers of Cumber land route 2 Mrs. Paul Gillus of Lewisville route Mrs. Susie Hannahs of Senecaville route Mrs. Johnny Church of Pleasant City route, and Mrs. Charles Braden of Dexter City. Ash Wednesday Ushers In Lenien Season Ash Wednesday, March 6, was observed 1 o w out Noble county this week as it officially ushered in the Lenten season for Christians the world over. Special services are being held in most of the churches with special observances of the Fast or Holy days planned. All the traditional services will lead up to the observance of Easter Sunday on April 21 Perfect Attendance And Honor Roll Students Named For Summerfield School a list of perfect Second Grade: Wayne Bates, David Dysert, Donnie Lumbatis, Lena Christ man, Carol Jean Moore, Patricia Smith, Sue Ste phens, Carolyn Tucker, Brenda Wharton and Connie Wise. Third Grade: Jackie Barnette, Junior Bond, Gary Dysert, Kay Morris, Leo Powell, Johnny Truax, Bobbie Tucker, Richard Wont-worth and Richard Keyior. Fourth Grade: Judy Bates, Gary Edgar, Herman Gordon, Sandra Harding, Martin John son, Larry Leasure, Tim Moore, Tom Moore, Timmy Reed, Rose Smithberger, Linda Tucker, Donald Warner and Barbara Wharton. Fifth Grade: Gerald Bates, Donnie Kirkbride, Warren Moore, Eugene Reed, James Reed, Gary Roe, Alice Carpen ter, Carol Cunningham, Lola Gordon, Donna Kirkbride ..ad Darlene Thompson. Sixth Grade: Jonnie Bates, Karl Guiler, Vernon Kirkbride, Charles Snyder, Lela Christman, and Linda Cunningham. Seventh Grade: Elaine Trip lets Vivian Moore, and Larry Edgar Eighth Grade: Deanna Clark, Sandra Smith, Beverly Dodds, Karola Delong, Margaret Bates, Terry Moore, and Larry Garrett. Ninth Grade: Darrell Gant, Randall Brownfield, John Green, Virgil Thompson, John Warner, Gary Wehr, Larry Wehr, Kath ryn Parks, Elaine Philpot, Joanne Smith, Louise Dodds Nancy Morrison, Norma Bates, Peggy Christman, Carol Butler THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL. OHIO Grade One: Donna Archer, Denna Jean Duff, Calvin Hen dershot, Donald Luke, Sandra" Sue- Schoeppner, Dennis Ste phen^ and Patty Tewanger. Gro'jde Two: Linda Archer, Lynn .Daniels, Eddie Dean For shey, .Jerry Hendershot, Ruth Ann Roarer, Doris Williams, and Larry Wjlliams Grade Three: Cheryl Bennett, David Bishop, Gregory Duff, Kermit Stoffel, and Linda 'Ullman. Grade Six: Betty Williams, Sandra Fireman, Barbara Bet tinger Grade Five: Gary Blair, Larry Love, Marie Daniels, Joe Lucas, JVIarilyn Stoffel, Cnarie.: Johanning: Grade Four: Dwain Hupp. Jerry Hupp, Linda Ben nett, Harry Schafer, Linda Beardmore, Kenneth Ayers, Harry Johanning, Linda Rohrer. Grade Seven: Frank Baker, Eugene Daniels, David Huffman, Keith Hughlett, Wadie Lucas, Blake Pryor. Gary Wilson, Laura Bettinger Grade Eight: Larry Bettinger, Allen Ayers, Patrick Erb,. Mary Lou Hesson. Giude Nine: Beverly Griffin, Velma VanFossen, Ann Johan ning, Jv"an Forshey, Landseer Daniels, 'x^arry Crum, Joe Flieh man, StartJey Bettinger Grade Eleven: Imt'lda Hohman Grade Twelve: M?Wha Jane Robinson Honor Roll Grade One: jA.ni« Blair. Donna Crum, Donna Jt'an Duff, Sandra Sue Schoeppner, Donald Luke Dennis Stephens Grade Two: David Bettinger, Rutih Ann Roh rer, Doris Williams, ^arry Wil liams Grade Three* Cheryl Bennett, Gregory Duff, Marie Kovaleski, Kermit Staffed Linda Ullman. Grade Four: Linda Backer, Mary Huffman, Linda attendance and scholastic stu dents of Summonield schools for the fourth six weeks period ending Feb. 21, 1957. as announced by Principal F. W. Bishop Perfect Attendance First Grade: Charles Barnett, Danny Bates, Donald Burbocher, Johnny Kirkbride, Gary Reed, Gary Truax, Beverly Bates, Linda Bates, Barbara Bieden bach, Debra Carpenter, Kathy Carpenter, Linda Carpenter, Brenda Clark, Renea Daley and Cynthia Stallings. and Sallie Starr. Tenth Grade: Floyd Stern, Jr., Donald Dimmerling, Clesson Carpenter, Buddy Ritterbeck, James Parks, Terry Mallett, Larry Crum, Barbara Barnett, Gloria Bates, Linda Bates, Kath ryn Ann Bishop, Gloria Guiler, Helen Moore, Kathryn Shackle, and Neva Stephens. Eleventh Grade: Betty Brown field, Donna Reed, Ruth Bates, Shirley Bates, Cleon Leasure, Bruce Mallett, Loren Christman, Paul Dimmerling, George Spence, and Kenneth Goodhart. Twelfth Grade: Danford Car penter, Charles Keyior, James Larrick, John Leasure, Evan Brill, Harry Moore and Anne Mallett. Scholastic Second Grade: Dale Archer, David Dysert, Donnie Lumbatis Lena Christman and Carol Jean Moore Third Grade: Diane Brown, Gary Dysert, and Pat ricia Reed. Fourth Grade: Gary Edgar Martin Johnson, Timmy Reed and Barbara Wharton Fifth Grade: Warren Moore, Eugene Reed, Alice Carpenter, Carol Cunningham, Lola Gordon Donna Kirkbride, Darlene Thompson, and Anna Belle Warner. Sixth Grade: Carrel Harding Vernon Kirkbride, Karl Guiler David Reed, Lela Christman Linda Cunningham, Barbara Leasure and Barbara Warner Eighth Grade: Deanna Clark Sandra Smith, Beverly and Karola Delong. Seven Drivers Pass Stale Patrol Tests Bennett, Harry Schafer, Linda Beavd- more, Linda Rohrer: Grade Fiv*p: Judy Love, Joe Lucas, Marilyn Stoffel, Charles Johanning, Gary Blair Grade Six: Sally Mor rison, Betty Noll, Betty Wil liams, Sandra Fleeman, Barbara Bettinger. Grade Seven: Frank Baker, Carol Dennis, Margaret Erb, Wadie Lucas, Keith Hughlett, David Huffman Grade Eight: Jo Ann Morrison, Mary Lou Hes son, Larry Bettinger. Grade Nine: Sue Hendershot, Norma Jean Williams, Ann Joh anning, Mary Ann Robinson, Ruth Noll, Betty Crum, Velma VanFossen, Beverly Griffin, Joan Forshey. Grade TeYi: Dean Schott Grade Eleven: Shirley HardeSty, Letha Rohrer, Imelda Hohman, Jean Dennis Grade Twelve: Larry Smithberger, Hazel Noll, Mar tha Jane Robinson. TO ENTER COLLEGE Miss Janet Faye Mendenhall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mendenhall, has just completed plans to enter Office Training school in Columbus. Miss Mend enhall will graduate from Belle Valley high school in May and Will enter the Columbus business university the next month. She will take the executive secretar ial course. Seven applicants ,-uccesSfully passed their driver's examina tions Monday under the juris diction of the state patrol. Those who passed their tests and received operator's licenses were as follows: Myron Williams, Caldwell route 2 Larry Edgar Semon, Caldwell Virgil Don Clark, Caldwell route 3 Larry J. Huffman, Harriettsville Gale Hubert Gessel, Macksburg route 1 Thomas Lee Robertson, Cald well and Robert Michael Chic wak, Caldwell. ASSUMES DUTIES Mrs. Barbara Louise Cunning ham assumed her new duties as Noble County Home Demonstra tion agent on Friday, March 1. Mrs. Cunningham will serve as agent for this county until June 1, when Miss Mabel Sarbaugh will again resume her duties in this capacity. Dolly Madison SALAD DRESSING Dolly Madison Quaker "Yellow" KATWUM, (ouniy Husk Festival Will Be Held April 10 CORN MEAL MACKEREL 2 u 35c NESTLE'S QUIK Lb. 27c i u..47c hi mm mm mmm NABISCO Ritz Cheese Crackers Ib. 29c SI NSII1NK Krispy Crackers lb. box 29c STKIETM ANN'S Townhouse Crackers lb. box 35c Little Bo-Peep AMMONIA Dodds Ninth Grade: Joanne and Leanna Carpenter Grade: Larry Crum, Kathryn Ann Bishop, and Helen Moore. Smith Tenth Eleventh Grade: Carol Triplett Ruth Bates, Shirley Bates, Betty Brownfield, Donna Reed, and Lloyd Mallett Twelfth Grade Evan Brill, Anne Mallett, and Sally Gressel. The anmi.i! N-ble county music festival will be held at the Caldwell high school audi tori um, Wednesday e v e n i n-g, April 10, according to Supt. H. C. Secrest. The various participating schools are now holding re hearsals at the school auditorium under the supervision of their various instructors. A full dress rehearsal will be held several days prior to April 10 with all the music instructors in the county schools in charge. SAFETY MEETING Regular meeting VIMGO EGO NOODLES 2 12 Oz. Bags DILL PICKLES Smucker's "Old Fashioned' of the Noble county safety committee will be held Wednesday evening, March 13 at the office Sheriff Donald Conaway. Kennie Kearns is coun ty chairman of the committee and he will be in charge of the meet ing. Deputy Sheriff Walter Hut chins is serving as secretary. 25c Ot. Bottle CLOROX 1!fae Sanitary Bleach V2 Gal. 19* WIENERS BOLOGNA Gal. 35« 53« Chunk Dexter City Youths Warned About Firearms Sheriff Donald Conaw ay issued a warning today to youngsters of the Dexter City community who have been using firearms recklessly. Several complaints have been received by this department relative to damaged f&rm equip ment and most, of them have been made by slugs from a .22 rifle. The investigation will con tinue, the sheriffs department said. IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Donald Conaway, wife of Sheriff Conaway, was admitted to Guernsey Memorial hospital, Cambridge, Sunday evening for treatment of pneumonia. Mrs. Conaway is the former Helen Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Grace Johnson. Her condition is improv ed. The trip was made in the Mc Vav ambulance. American Beauty CATSUP 6 KRAFT'S STAR-KIST TUNA S Strawberry Preserves 3$1$1.00 FLORIDA HEAD RED RIPE ORANGES516 43' LETTUCE 2- 29' 23 29 TOMATOES CALIFORNIA 'PASCAL' CELERY E A E A E N HOME OWNED FOOD MAJffCETS 39c HAMBURGER 3 u*. 85c PLATE BOIL Thursday, March 7, 1957 Hit And Skip Accident Investigation Complete Shi-: ill DouMd Conaway re ported today that investigation had been completed on the hit and run accident last Saturday on USR 21, which involved three vehicles, one of which did notr stop. The driver who left the scene was identified as Roy James Wiles, of Macksburg, formerly of Franklin county. Wiles assumed full respon sibility for "the damages incurred to the two other vehicles, which were operated by Gary Pezzo pane of Park Heights and Wil liam Montgomery of Charlotte, North Carolina. ATTENDS MEETING Mrs. Feme Williams of Pleas ant City attended the regular meeting of the Woman's Mission ary Society of Caldwell in the First Church of Christ basement last Tuesday evening. sreo 14 Ox. Btls. VELVEETA 75 89 Chunk Style CdllS IIIINTQ TOMATO PASTE 0 Cans /|0' 23c 22 Oz. Jar Tube Large Bunch 39c Lb. 19e Lb.