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v , , , New London. Â«' Releases Two School Agenda First Meeting of Board Scheduled For Tuesday Night NEW LONDON - The agenda for two board of education meetings have been released by Superintendent Lloyd Qualley. The first is the regular board meeting Tuesday night and the other a special meeting with the city planning commission Thursday night. During fuesday night's meeting, the board will discuss board of education action concerning! items not budgeted in the regular 1962-63 budget apportionment of assests, where such money shall be deposited, legal council placed on a retainer program, budget and legal procedures concerning same, school insurance and local bidding. The board also will discuss the coming meeting, which will be held with the planning commission Thursday night. School site. building costs and general school planning will be discussed. Also at Thursday night's meeting, the board will take formal building action on site, Monday, November 12', 1962 Appfeioit Post-CrtKÂ«nt Bl Lee Grace Jones, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jones, 129 W. 13th St., Clintonville, was killed instantly in an accident shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday on County Trunk G in Shawano County, two miles 'south of Caroline. She and a companion, Joe Ortner, 18, route 2, Tigerton, were fixing a tire on Ortner's car when they were struck by another car driven by Guy Shadduck, 26, Bear Creek. Ortner is in Clintonville Community hospital with a seriously crushed right hand, a fractured wrist, and bad contusions of'the right hip and right ankle. (Laib Photo) Fire Location System Placed In Rural Area Town of Larrabee, Waupaca County, Gets Reflector Signs CLINTONVILLE-Iustallation of Two Waupaca 4-H Members Win Achievement Awards , . , i red high! . and white fire numbering! County Agent Presents Honors During Manawa School Program MANAWA--Two Waupaca Coun-'were Charles Sate and Jan Ray 4-H members received state ,foth, Clintonville, record book; first year record, Lee Workentine and Patricia Fink, Weyauwega; Theresa McLaughlin, New Lon- Thursday during the annual county "Achievement Day" '^tlr, 7 0a r f^M, TM' Si g nS '" fr Â° nt Of rUral h Â° meS i n , ,, . - - caieiena. learn leacmng^ T(jwn of Larrabee W aupaca program at the Manawa High don . Laurje Freiburger, Waupa- Bush, fieldTouS ^d* size"^.^' wiU be com P leted this.School. E. G. Hoye, county agent, m , class rooms. Waupaca Okays Funds to Bond Game Wardens week. announced. and Betty Werlh, dairy, Tom Anderson, Symco; Chilton Education Board Will Accept Bids for Schools 2 One-Room Buildings Go on Block; Assets Division Studied CHILTON - The board of education will accept bids for the sale of two one-room school louses and study the division of assets of the attached districts when it meets tonight. Two schools are for sale, the Wittier School, Gravesville, and he Brothertown School. Although t lias advertised for bidding on he Brothertown School, final acceptance of a bid will come as a oint action of the Chilton and Vew Holstein boards of educa- ion. Both high school districts received a part of the Brothertown District when it was dissolved during district reorganization. welcomed the group to Manawa. Becaus e the Whittier District Leo Bever, Manawa, president ot'r, as , atta , ch . edwentirely1 lf0 Chi " on ' Â· ^ .the board holds complete author- the leaders' association, was the ity O n sale of the Gravesville master of ceremonies. The awards were presented by Oliver Reierson, lola: Miss Donna Ruhland, Waupaca, county home agent; J. L. Walker, county farm agent; Mrs. El wood Eisentraut, Waupaca, vice president of the Ogdens- leaders' association; Stan Salter, The new numbering system willi Jerome Severson, Town of St. burg: Marlene Johnson, Scandi- Fred Larson, Donald Long, Chan- provide more efficient fire pro- 1 Lawrence, received the state hon-,navia; Kathy Byhra, lola, andjcy Walker. R. L. Sommerfeldt, ' tection. jors in the 4-H program and will 'Lowell Stevenson, Bear Creek. Town Chairman Harold Steen-ibe rewarded with a trip to Wash- bock supervised the installation lington, D.C., in April. of the fire number signs at each Catherine Boyer, Clintonville, Home Ground Howard Drath, Harland Kirchner, Frank Tranto, Arnold Dretke and Garden, Charles Bate and Bev- Frank Smith, erly Bate, Clintonville, and Wayne! A number of manufacturers and school building. Division of the Brothertown District's $1,493 cash assets will be studied. The division ' etween New Holstein and Chilton will be based on the percentage of equal- a month ago. It is expected to arrive Nov. 15 and will be put into use immediately on a kindergarten children's route. Also on the agenda is a resolution to borrow to meet current operating costs until tax collection from the various municipalities are turned over to the school. The second in a series of curricular reports is slated. Mrs. Leonne McKenney will tell the board about progress made in the use of Science Research Associates reading laboratories. School Uses Merit System Lincoln Junior High In New London Has Plan Going 6 Weeks NEW LONDON--In an attempt ized valuation attached with the to relieve crowded conditions in Chilton district slated to receive,the junior high portion of Lincoln about 72 per cent of the total. A 1 School a merit system has been similar percentage of proceeds | started, from the sale of the school will go to Chilton. Red Cross Okays Chilton Swim Tests 82 Boys, Girls Pass Summer Course, 27 More Than 1961 CHILTON -- American R e d Cross approval has been received for the list of Chilton area youngsters who passed Red Cross swimming tests during the 'program this past summer at the New Holstein pool. A total of 82 boys and girls have received cards denoting the phase of swimming instruction they iave successfully completed. The program was the Chilton sponsored jointly Recreation Corn- residence in the township. Assist-.won the state home furnishings,Soffa, New London; home businesses presented WAUPACA--The county board ing him were Supervisors Carl award, and is scheduled to at-'grounds. Linda Paschke, Weyau- 1 awards to the members. specia Friday unanimously adopted a Ewald and Henry Knitt Jr. More resolution re-establishing a fund than 400 signs were installed with tend the National 4-H Congress wega; horse, Lynn Behnke, Clin-j meeting in Chicago. tonville; house plants, Nola Ras-,County Stock Show Other special awards included 'mussen, Scandinavia; nature con-j in the 1963 budget for county as- residences north of the Pigeon sistant game wardens and pro-[River in Larrabee given even;Ronald Korth, Clintonville, the r serration, Cynthia Trinrud, Scan- vide funds for bonds for each as- numbers, and those south of the Holstein Breeders' award; Juanitajdinavia, and Paul Golke, Waupa- sistant warden and the Wolf River water patroller. river, odd numbers. Anderson, Ogdensburg, the county ca: photography, Mary Johnson, The new system provides each Holstein girl award, and Korth,'Scandinavia; Swine, Bob Schoen, The finance committee had op- rural home with a predetermined the county Holstein boy award, iManawa: Orin Ziebel, Royalton, posed the expenditure previously number by the Clintonville Vol-j Karen Teske, Clintonville, receiv-'and Larry Fietzer, Manawa. county Guernsey Girl Child care, Jan Rafoth, Clintonville; Clothing, Cynthia Trinrud, River and other lakes and'is posted at the roadway or en- The coveted "Key" award win- 1 and Nola Rasmussen, Scandina- streams outside of the Chain 0'-!trance to the property. Anyone ners were Thomas Bleck, New via; Dawn Christoperson, Clinton- Lake were not bonded and not reporting a fire need only give,London; James Borlen, and Jus-ville, and Laurie Freiburger, Wau- on the grounds the wardens and'unteer Fire department. A re-Jed the water patrolman for the Wolf fleeter sign bearing the number award. under the jurisdiction of a mittee. The 12 assistant wardens com-1 the number to the fire depart-[tine Borlen. Clintonville; Nancyjpaca: foods and nutritions, Ellen ment. All residences are record-J Poehlman, Royalton, and Jerome JHansen and Jan Rafoth, Clintonville, and Marlene Johnson, Scan- and ed in two car files at the fire Severson. the patrolman each will be bond-,stafion, one numerically and the} The top clubs in the county dinavia; and dress revue, Mary (other alphabetically. Firemen can were the Willing Workers and the ed for $2.000. The budget hearing is sched- 'refer to the proper card for the Northport Hilltoppers. uled Tuesday morning. The board (exact location and the shortest Winners of the safety plans to adopt the budget Tues-,and quickest route to reach a day afternoon. I residence. take Land Sale Tabled at Waupaca $6,000 30-Foot Section on Chain Suggested as Public Boat Landing poster contest were Rita Kraus, Russell Balcom and Mary Kraus, Weyauwega; Kay Fredrick and Kathleen Carol Henrickson, Riske, Bear Clintonville; Creek; Argil Zirbel, Royalton, and Arlys Jenkins, Waupaca. Essay Winners Essay contest winners were Joan Hartfiel, Mary Kraus and Peter Zagzebski, Weyauwega; Barbara Stevenson, Bear Creek; Leland Hein, Manawa; Mary Johnson, Scandinavia; LaVonne Patri, Symco, and Mary Hoffman, WAUPACA -- A proposal to buy about 30 feet of lake frontage on Taylor Lake, north of the Grand Army Home for Veterans, King, about four public boat landings on the Chain O'Lakes that could be improved. Mangert said John S. Drayna, was tabled until Tuesday by the home commandant, suggested county boavd Friday afternoon. Merlin Mangert, a member of the three-man committee named by the Waupaca Association of Commerce to investigate the possibility of launching having area public boat the Chain O'Lakes, told the board he owns about 30 feet of frontage he would be willing to sell for $6,000. He !aid the purchase already had been approved by the conservation department t h r o u g h Richard Harris, Oshkosh, area suoervisor. He explained the state will pay one half of the purchase price and suggested the other half be divided between the Town of Farmington and the county. Raises Question Supv. Woodrow Smith, Clintonville, immediately raised the question if it is a county procedure to buy land for a public boat launching area, mentioning Clintonville is building one and may ask the county to pay for it. Mangert told the boaed, the ad minist/ation at thce Grand Arm Home had already sanctioned th use of a field for a public park ing area for cars and trailer near the proposed area. Several of the county boarc members suggested the proposec area is too narrow, claiming more lake front would be more advan tageous. Little Bpnefil Supv. Theodore Jensen, chair man of the Farmington t o w n board, told the county board the township would derrive little benefit from such a boat landing He said it would benefit Waupaca and Menasha people more than it would Farmington residents. He suggested, however, it may be a good move to buy it because lake front property is becoming more scarce. Supv. Waldemar Johnson, Waupaca, advised the board there are Willing Workers and Sunrise. The top record books were awarded to Catherine Boyer, and Karen Teske, Clintonville: Judith Paulson, Waupaca; William Peterson, Scandinavia; Nancy Poehlman, Royalton, and Jereme Severson. Dress revue winners were Juanita Anderson, Rebecca Bonnell, Catherine Boyer, Charlotte Chady, Janet Chady. Kathleen Grove, Ann Handschke, Linda Hanneman, Linda Hildebrand, Arlys Jen- Arvey, Clintonville, and Margaret O'Brien, Manawa. Honorable mention in the junior awards went to Jean Paulson and Arlyn Bork, achievement; Karen and Janet Ziebel, Tom Bleck and Arlyn Bork, leadership; LaVonne Patri and Ir.ene Zirbel, beautification of home grounds; Ronald Korth, dairy; David Doede, field crops; Phil Everts, Barbara Stevenson and Robert Meisel, garden. Others went to Justine Borlen, money management; Robert Mei- Argil Mont- sel, nature conservation; Zirbel, poultry; Virginia gomery, Arlyss Hoeft and Rosemary Shaw, clothing; Mary Wag- Clintonville. The top clubs were per--foods and nutrition; Margaret Pethke, Nancy Poehlman and Boyer, Poehl- making Taylor Lake Road a public road to the p/oposed landing. Drayna said residents of the home are elderly, and he would prefer to have the cars take Taylor Lake road to the landing rather than drive through the home. Mangert said the new landing site is about twice as large asjkins, Karen Jenkins, LaVonne - r , TM ., the one presently being used bylKrueger, Sandra Moak, Linda Fredrick, public speaking; Bev- Catherine tion, and Boyer, Nancy food preserva- Poehlman and Louise Pope, dress revue. County Winners General county winners were the following: Catherine Jerome Severson, JVancy man, Judy Paulson and William Peterson, achievement; Bill Kalbus and Kay Fredrick, citizen- Proposed at Waupaca WAUPACA -- Prospects of Wau paca county and one or two othei counties having a joint livestock show was suggested to the county board Friday by Supv. Clifford Nolan. Town of Little Wolf. Nolan proposed the show be open to both graded and registered cattle. J. L. Walker, county farm agent, who was giving his report at the time, said it could possibly be at the county f a i r grounds during fair weather. Clintonville School Plans Clothing Drive CLINTONVILLE - Clintonville Senior High School students will hold "Bundle Days" from Nov. 12 to 23. The students are cooperating with "Save the Children Federation" in the annual drive to collect used clothing for children and adults in America's Southern Mountains and elsewhere. Louis Sheahan, principal, said the plan was initiated six weeks ago without public announcement snd has proved successful. missiion and the Calumet County Red Cross chapter. Mrs. W. F. Stauss is chairman. The 1962 total surpassed that of the previous year by 27. There were 48 beginners compared with 45 the previous year, 24 intermediates compared with eight, seven swimmers with none the previous year and three junior life savers. In 1961 there were two jun- or life savers. Passing the toughest test, junior ife saving, were Jorie Humke, John Nelson and Tom Hilbert. The swimmers include Scott Wilson, Steve Papendieck, Jeff 'apendieck, Carolyn Gei s e r, Kathy Lodes. Mary Ellen Geiser and Steve Pfeffer. Intermediates Include Intermediates were Linda Mi- jchaels, Patricia Salm, Jean Sat- The system enables qualified - zer Sharon Bruckner,'Gigi Hum- Report Due A. W. Gordon, superintendent, will report on the status of pro- __. ? __________________ , _. o _______ posed school building expansion 'students to leave school an hour^ jyiary Thurwachter, Â°Martha plans. He said they are expected; early to go either to the public I pfeff er Mary Parker, Christine to be completed and ready for 'library or home for study. Shea-| Hi j berti Nick pf e ff er rjj c k park- bidding by late November. lhan said students who have a er Sa ^ p e t ers Linda P a e n - bidding by Other reports by deal with insurance on the school mber. an sa stuents wo ave a er Sa p e t ers Linda Papen- Gordon will free period following lunch may | c ; ieck Jerry Barnett Dan Bastian also spend the period at home !Ra]ph Satzer Mike Bruckner, bus fleet and an addition to the or at the library. !Fred Casper, Bob Schmitz, Betty fleet. Students of the seventh and , Ho ffmann, Donna Veil, Mary Did- As a result of last month's eighth grade who have qualified board meeting, the-insurance cov- for the merit system were select- erage on the bus fleet has been ed for their scholastic and over- broadened, all school records. A student wish- The fleet addition is the small ing to be placed on the merit plan utility bus purchased by the board!must receive parental permission and an O.K. from each teacher. rick, Sara Papendieck and Tom Flemming. The beginner group was comprised of Jerry Sturtz, Dan Hertel, Doug Herter, Bill Kartheiser, Ken Ludwig, Tom Neuhoff, Joyce Ludwig, Nancy Hoerth, Pat Hoerth, Students now on the plan are| Mary Tay i ori Carol Weber, Bar- Barbara Blank, Carol Meiklejohn, bara Ludwigi Ruth Sc habach, Susan Kossman, Betty Kossman, Lions Hear Talk f\ n I li f Sally Polzin, Debbie Smith, Chris- On ROShOlt Camp tine MatUck, Mary Klinzing, Bar- BRILLION - Louis Sheahan, lbara Sawa11 ' Susan Joubert, Edith | McMunn Roger Lo0 se. R a y New London, camp emissary of Spencer. Linda Hammerberg, Lin- Schaffeer , Tom Schmidlkafer. the Lions Blind Camp, Rosholt, da Ullmann. Sandra Springer, gteve Vojgtj Gene We ber, Jer- was the speaker at Thursday, chervl Hanson, Todd Woods, | ry Rugchj Jim Schn eider. Mike night's Brillion Lions Club. | Bruce Feun Â§' Marv Schultz ' Jane , Seipel, Ron Schneider, Math Fuch, Sheahan discussed the program Klinzing, Ken Mattson and James Tom SchmitZj G reg Schmitz, carried on at the camp. Bassewitz. Kathy Salm, Nancy Salm, Carol Selk,' Sandy Steffens, Judy Roll- mann, Kathy Rollrnan, Dick Daun, Jeffrey Graf, Paul Fritsch- new features at meetings will be the observe of birthdays. Ralph Anderson, Winfred Rie- Auxiliary Officers NEW LONDON--An election oi Hospital Auxiliary officers will be'ka, Paul Bruckner, Bob Hansen, mer and John Albert met with held at 8 p.m. today during a'Steve Halbach, Dave Hanssen, he park and recreation commis-' regular business meeting. Mem-JMarcia Bechlem, Tom Gebhart, sion on Nov. 1 about plans for an bcrs will work on items for the Ed Bechlem, Gary Fisher and ice skating rink for the winter. Christmas Fair. | Greg Fisher. ship; Jerome Paulson, Judy Severson, Jean Paulson, Justine Borlen, and Milton Arndt, leadership; Charles Bate and Kay the public on Grand Army Home property. He hinted a new boat- Moe, Nancy Mundinger, Kathleen crly Backer and Ellen Prellwitz, Peterson, Alhe Poehlman, Jan house may be built on or near'Rafoth, Susan Sannes, Joan the present boat landing for boats'Schulz, Rosemary Shaw, Cynthia owned by the home and residents Trinrud and Lana Wacek. of the home. the junior awards, winner Heart Campaign Director Named R J. Platte, 60 13th St., Clintonville, has been named to head the 1963 heart fund campaign in Clintonville. Platte will appoint division chairmen to assist him with local campaign plans. Platte is the administrator of the Corahiunity Hospital. Clintonville beautification of home grounds. Charles Bate, beef; Dave Sander and William Peterson, boys' agriculture; Jerome Severson, James Borlen, Justine Borlen, Karen Teske, William 'Peterson, Juanita Anderson and Dave Sander, dairy; Milton Arndt, and Dale Rambo, electricity; Arlyn Bork, field crops; Errol Sorenson, forestry; Karen Teske, Karen Zirbel, Mary Kraus, Lowell Hoeft, Sandra Zirbel and Rosemary Shaw, garden. Steve Golke, nature conservation; David Asrnan, Phil Everts and Milton Arndt, photography; Curtis Boettcher, poultry; Diane Jawort, rabbits; Curtis Boettcher, sheep; Steve Golke, swine; James Nicewander, soil conservation. Randall Thompson, Richard lasmuss, Tom Miller, tractor; Lowell Hoeft, Leatherwork; Bill New Library Facilities, a Council room, workshop for municipal vehicles and fire fighting equipment stalls will be included in the $35,000 building under construction in the village of Black Creek. Albert Krueger Construction Co., Marion, has the contract. (Duffey Photo) 'eterson and Gary Rambo, woodworking; Jane Stroud, horse; Vir- ;inia Montgomery and Roxanne Osterloth, house plants; Kay Fredick and Janice Rasmussen, dem- mstrations; Mary Kraus, Juania Anderson and Jan Rafoth, dairy oods demonstration; Catherine Boyer, Nancy Poehlman and Judy ind Jean Paulson, home econom- Clintonville Church Holds Youth Meeting 50 Persons Attend Christian Vocations Conference at First Methodist Church Installation of Red and White signs for the rural fire numbering system in the Town of Larrabee, Waupaca County, has been completed. Installing one of the signs are Town Supervisors Carl Ewald, left, and Henry Knitt, Jr. (Laib Photo) cs. Darlene Child Care Scheider and Karen Jenkins, child care; Nancy Poehlman, Catherine Boyer, Darlene Matson, Shirley Pethke, and Charlotte Chady. clothing; Catherine Boyer, Arlyss Hoeft,. Janet Zirbel and Carol Kriewaldt, foods and nutritions; Beverly Backer, Judy Paulson, Karen Zirbe.1, Diane Jawort and Justine Borlen, food preservation; and Catherine Boyer, Nancy Poehlman, Darlene Scheider and Virginia Montgomery, home furnishings. County club winners were Willing Workers and Casey Lake, CLINTONVILLE-More than 50 young people attended the Chris tian Vocations conference over the weekend at the First Methodist Church. This was one of two such conferences held for Methodist youth in the eastern half of the state of Wisconsin. The keynote speaker was Dr. Richard Bauer, Nashville. Tenn., executive secretary of the Inter- board Committee on Christian Vocations of the Methodist church, who spoke on "A Christian's Vocation." Dr. Bauer also preached at the Sunday morning worship service. Dr. James T. Carrico, Green Bay, was the dean of the conference. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wiese were the local counselors. Craig Johanesen is the president of the Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship here. The Rev. Bernard Kassilke was the host pastor. Seminars Held The speaker following the Saturday night banquet was Dr. Hu- health, and Willing Workers and bert L. Sone, missionary to Chi- Whitcomb Creek, safety. Ina. The Rev. James Talmadge, Miyoi;, Charles E, Hoffman^Peshtigo, Green Bay district-vo- cations counselor, also participated in the conference. Ten seminars were held during the time of the conference. They were on the ministry, which was conducted by the Rev. Clarence Kelley, Green Bay, district superintendent of the. Green Bay district; Our Methodist hospital, the Rev. Elmer Harvey, administrator of Bellin Memorial Hospital, Green Bay; nursing, Janice Koehler, instructor in the School of Nursing, Bellin Hospital; Goodwill Industries, the Rev. Clarence Bigler, field representative for Goodwill Industries, Milwaukee, and Christian education, the Rev. Robert Crosby, director of Christian education. First Methodist Church, Wausau. Other seminars included teaching, Burr E. Tolles, principal of t h e ' Clintonville Senior High School; missions, tlie Rev. Fred Thomas, 0 n e i d a Methodist Church; searchers'(this seminar was for those who are undecided), Emory Temple, First Methodist Church, Green' Bay; Our Methodist Publishing concerns, Mrs. Charfcs Badger of the Meth- Clintonville JCs Hosts for Talks CLINTONVILLE -- The Junior Chamber of Commerce will be the host chapter Tuesday night for the second meeting of the Bayland district. A dinner at Hotel Marson opens t 7:30 p.m. Five state officers will attend, according to Clintonville Jaycee President Gary Be low. Jim Nesbitt, Sturgeon Bay, state vice president from the Bayland district, will arrange the agenda and preside at the meet- ng. Norman Reitz is making arrangements at the local level. Expected are representatives :rom Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Green Bay, Marinette, Kewau- nce, Oconto and Shawano. odist Publishing House, Nashville, Tenn.; and a special seminar for college age, the Rev. Perry Saito, pastor of the First Methodist Church, Stevens Point. Several films were shown dur- ng the conference. Evaluation and buzz sessions were held with the seminar leaders as resource persons, followed by a panel discussion and personal interviews. A recreation period was led by Carl Bruggink, physical deuca- ion instructor f' i^e Clintonville Senior High School. The Clintonville Senior MYF was the host group, and lodging was provided for the out-of-town youths in the homes nf members. New Building In Appleton Sets Fast Pace New construction in Appleton during October totaled $1,274,000. City Building Inspector Walter Bogan observed 1 today that last month's activity represented "one of the best Octobers in years." New building started in October of 1961 amounted to $816,162. Giving last month's building total a major boost was the start of the $450,000 Lawrence College men's dormitory. A private firm also took out a permit for a $170,000 warehouse. Residential construction spurted, according to Bogan's monthly report, with $473,000 worth of new lomes started. Heaviest building activity centered in the 13th and 15th wards. One permit was issued for construction of a $500 fallout shelter. Student Teachers BLACK CRfiEK -- Four students from Outagamie County Teachers College, Kaukauna, will )e doing their cadet teaching at Ihe Black Creek School for two weeks. They are Miss Jane Hietpas, grade two, Mrs. Delia Millbach, jrade three, Kenneth Van Dyn foven, grade ^six. and Clarence Trentlage, grade seven.