Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 12, 1973 · Page 16
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 12, 1973
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Bushnell-PC FFA Members State Degrees .'.iM 1 :: 'BUSHNELL Three JwlMPftdtfe City High School WA Chapter members will rffteive state FFA degrees, school officials announced today. The degrees will be presented at the state convention this month. Winners include Dan Williams, president; Steven C. Hess, vice president, and Rog- "gr^Still, secretary. All were graduated this year from the high school Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of near Smithfietd, served aa sentinel of the local chapter for two years before he was elected president. He has been awarded.- the chapter leadership, swine production, beautlfica- tion and safety awards, Williams also won first in the sec- tiflK and competed at the district in swine production. 4fe plans to study agriculture this fall at Spoon River College, Canton, and will farm after graduation, •t HESS, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess of near Bushnell, has served as chairman of the chapter's cooperative activities committee which placed first in the section. He was first place chairman of tjjg section parliamentary procedure contest this year and been a member of that team for the past three years. He has served as a delegate to the state'FFA convention. Hess took first place as an extemporaneous speaker in the section contest and placed third in district competition. He has won the section dairy production award for the past two years and placed third in the state this year. Hess has received three blue ribbons for dairy judging. Hess was awarded the De- award for outstanding ir chapter leadership and won the class scholarship d. He was named chapter section Star farmer and was second Star farmer competition at the district. He has enrolled at Spoon River College farm graduation STILL, son of Mr. and Mrs lifford Still of near Marietta ttended the state FFA con vention as a delegate last 1 served as chairman *afothe conduct of meetings committee, member of the agriculture mechanics team the past two He has been a years, placing first in surveying one year. Still also has been a member and chairman eif the chapter's chain gilt committee which has placed six gilts out to members for projects over the past three years. He received the class scholarship award presented this year by the FFA. A winner of the Rotary Club's scholarship, he plans to attend Spoon River College. Mrs. Lola Hopping hosted a reunion of descendants of James 0. Hopping Sunday at the VFW Park. Attending were persons from Ipava, Vermont, Plymouth and Bushnell. Next year the group will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hojvping at Vermont. The major lessen was the serving of the meal to members and families of Mound Unit, Home-makers Extension Sunday at the VFW Park. In charge of the lesson, "Outdoor Cookery,'' were Mrs. Wayne Melvin and Mrs. Lloyd Livingston. They prepared) beef terriyakl, hobo rice and cherry skillet bread which they served with French bread, coffee and tea. Members of the unit will be -guests of Mound Gold Stan 4-H Club's achievement day program-July 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the Bushnell United Methodist Church. An, announcement was made of the McDonough County 4-H pork barbecue Friday night at the Macomb 4-H Center. Tickets may be obtained from Miss Cynfchiai Elam, Bushnell. The Spooner Sams held ai campout June 9 and 10 at Lake WMdwood Haven near Bushnell. A potluck supper was served and a business meeting was conducted by Tom Underwood, the vice president. Galva Schools View Building Repairs GALVA - School District 224 Board of. Education Jasb night studied summer repairs ito school buildings, reviewed a financial report of tha lunch program for the 1972*73 year, hired six teacher aides and voted to offer contracts tot I Horn* Address MRS* SUSAN HBPNER CORRESPONDENT Third Canada-Bound Five students, who were graduated this spring from Knox College, left early Monday morning on a 2,700-mile trip to Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They are, from left, Dave Olson, Neilsville, Wis.; John Shelly, 265 Fair Acres Dr.; Bill Brands, Beecher; Mike Panther, 1843 Indiana Dr., and John Merges, Arlington Heights. Henrv County Joins Bi-State By FRANCES THOMPSON (Steffi Oarmpoodenit) CAMBRIDGE County (BoQird yesterdlay voted 15-8 to join Bi-Sbate Metro- potitan Pfenning Commission, ending more than a year of controversial djefolate. The board's indecision continued almost down (to the wire since tfue Office of Housing and Urban Development had sat June 30 as the final date by which action had to be taken in order to continue to be certified for state and federal funding. The new <wmmtos&on will be composed off two-thirds elected ofMd'alis amid, la'ccooiding to F. Gkxi Erieteon,. the total merger' plian will 'become effective Jan. 1, 1974, INCREASED costs and (amaffier voice in the new com- imsstiion were the basis of ob- jecihiion on the parit 'of several bciamd members,. It is expected (that Henry County's share under the will be $1{ new commission ',000 a year. The county had operated under its 'Regional Planning Oomm^ ston ttar about $4,200 a year. A proposed budget of the new commission of $48,000 drew strong criticism. Rock Island County is expected to contribute $46,000 and Scott Coun- The Henry ty $35,000 of the proposed oper- lalMog expenses. Membership on the commission will consist of four elected and (two appointed of- ifficifafc from Henry County. Both Scott and (Bock Island counties vM be represented by eight elected land four appointed otfHctetls. A RESOLUTION asking that the Galva-Atkinson blacktop be turned over to the state for maintenance and relieved from the county department, was rejected by the roads and bridges committee of the board. The resolution, presented at the May meeting of the board, was accompanied by petitions of residents in both Henry and Knox counties. The rejection was based on numerous factors. Among them were that there is no load limit on the road and has not been since 1969; that residents of Knox County have a more direct access to 1-80 rather than traveling through Galva, and that the road is in good condition. In other action, the board: — Voted to earmark $111.- 851 in revenue sharing funds for rehabilitation of the county jail, except for the Civil Defense Center which will be otherwise financed. — Approved zoning changes and plats offered by the county enforcing officer, Orville Bartz. three teachers. Board members will meet Thursday with two masonry contractors to study repairs the Middle School. Repairs Univalve tuck point ing tand window work, Board members were advised that exterior painting at the Middle School is expected to bo done within two weeks. A contract was awarded last fall to a local painting contractor but work was stalled. An over-all deficit of $3,007.16 was indicated in the lunch program report for the four schools in the district. But thia deficit showed a gain over one indicated at the end of the previous year. The superintendent expressed concern over losses indicated at the high school where the deficit was $3,566.04, and the Bishop Hill School which showed a loss of $1,655.84. He said volume was in part responsible for both. F. U. Phono Rental was set at $33 plus custodian fed of $3,50 per hour, Other regulations wre also outlined regarding building care, parking, food, drinks and smoking. The superintendent reviewed the financial status of the district and said that all funds are in the black, Six Galvans will be given assignments as teachers aides for the next school year in the first three wades at F. U. grades School. Each Galva was offered a contract to teach high school mathematics. She Is a 1072 graduate of Augustana College and « graduate of Cambridge High School. Roy Saiatkamp, Notamis, was voted a contract to teach eighth grade science, replacing James Roberts who rc-< signed. Ho is a 1072 graduate of Eastern IlUnofci University. Peiiu Central Co. Lost #11.2 Million PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Penn Central Company, parent; company of the bankrupt Pcnn Central Railroad, reported Monday that it lost $11.2 million during the first quarter of 1073. The figures do not represent the losses of the railroad, which controlled by the U.S. Is will be District Court during an al- paiid $4,000 benefits. Those to whom a* will later be given Donna M. Dieter. TS phis insurance tempt at reorganization. The Penn Central Company's first-quarter losses compare with a net loss of $2.4 million in 1972. Kennel ly, Mrs. Patricia her, Mrs. Sue Mar tog Mrs. Brenda Moering. Tingleaf School showed a profit of $1,144.46 and the Middle School $1,070.27. Approval was given for a rental plan for the Bishop Mil school July 4, as a re­ fer an READ THE Legion building for a. bin go Contracts were voted three teachers. Mrs. Nancy J. Kemp, Kewanee, was offered *a contract to teach high school English. A graduate of Northern Illinois University, she taught three years previously and substituted the past year in local schools. Miss Linda WaMhein of near m SfflBS H r. Eft Sears Do You Hear But Not Understand? NEW! Sears Hearing Aid is designed to help correct: Mr. Tom Mathanty Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist If* Our Auto Insurance Will Williamsfield Okays Teacher Raises W1LLTAMSPIELD A new schedule Smile Your Face FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE PROTECTION SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE G teachers' salary which includes a base of $8,000 for beginning instouc- »tors with badxelor's degrees, was approved Monday night by WiUiaimsfield School District 210's Board of Education. Larry Hippen, superintendent of schools, said the base salary for next academic term is up over $200 over the previous year's beginning wage of $7,800 a year. Built into the plan is a three per cent increase in salary awarded -to teachers for years of experience and graduate training. The increase, figured on the base salary, is in addition to the amount the teachers would receive under advancement. This is an improvement over last year's entsaid. Hippen said the new plan will cost the district about $14,000. IN OTHER action the board approved the resignation of M&e Nordstrom, an agriculture instructor. The board will have a special meeting next Monday night to interview applicants for the job. Mrs. Shirley Weese was awarded a part-time contract to teach kindergarten children at Williamsfield Grade School. Hippen, who has completed his administrative certification requirements was reasr signed as superintendent of schools. He had served as associate superintendent while he was completing his studies. Donald Ruckrigel, principal of Williamsfield High School, had served as interim superintendent. Sanborn Insunrance Agency, Galesburg, will be asked (Continued Mr. Mathaney Will Be In Our Store THURSDAY, June 14 10 AM to 3 PM NERVE DEAFNESS SUCCESS Happy? 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