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Galesburg Register-Moil^ Galgsburg, HI. Wednesday, June 20, 1 97? 9 BUSHNELL ~" MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 660 W. Hurst St. . Phone 772-2240 Fuel Shortage Affecting Bids In Bushnell School District BUSHNELL - Bushnelt-Pral- rie City School District 170's Board of Education learned first hand Monday night what the fuel shortage crisis is all about. The board received no bids for heating oil or gasoline for the next academic term. Denton White, superintendent of schools blamed rising prices and the inability, of. companies to determine how much they can supply. B*PC officials are continuing their investigation to ascertain the, availablity of these products. White pointed out that about 115,000 gallons of heating oil are purchased each year and the district requires 32,000 gallons of gasoline to operate its buses. Contracts Awarded In other atcion the board awarded a $3,550 contract to Widco Body and Equipment Co., Washington,,to furnish a 60-passenger bus bpdy. A $6,500 con tract was also awarded to Allied Bus Sales, Edwardsville, to provide a 66-passenger bus. The latter bus was purchased because of non-delivery of a bus unit ordered last December. Other firms awarded contracts were Senn - Soldwedeli, Canton, milk and dairy products for the hot lunch program, and Millers' Mutual Insurance, Alton, workmen's compensation insurance. The board approved the transfer of Oma Billingsley, a custo dian, from the junior high school to East Elementary School as of July 1; authorized a 5-per cent increase in salary for custodians, office and cafeteria personnel for the coming school year, and increased bus driver monthly salaries by $10 a month. A $1,000 federal grant was approved for continuation of the righl-to-read program. The board also directed administra tors to seek federal and state fullds to finance a vocational consumer and homemaking program. .Wljite explained-that; the district would pay a portion of the cost in both programs. Sign Contracts AdmMstaialors were authorized to sign' a contract with Western Illinois University, Mia* comb, to provide instruction for two B-PC students with hearing problems,. The board also approved three junior college applications. ' ,, Teachers employed for the coming year Were Raymond Krey, social studies; Miss Linda Vance, at the junior high School, and Robert Jeffrey, social studies at the high school and assistant fooitbail coach. Mftss Vance and Krey are naduates of Western Illinois niversiby, Krey was graduated from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Fate, Iowa. Next regular meeting of the board will be July 16. Officers were installed when members of the Business and Professional Women's OJub met Monday night ait Wio Masonic Temple. Installed were Mrs. Virginia Creek, president; Mrs. Mildred Thompson, first vice president; Mrs. Pat Borders, second vice president; Mrs. Isabelle Ferris, ADVERTISEMENT you re going deaf? 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Club members will work at the swimming pool smack bar the week of June 25. Recognition was given Mrs. Rena Hodgen for receiving Western Illinois University's DMnguishied Alumni Award at the, school's recent spring ceremony. Mrs. Edna Collier gave a demonstration on flower arranging and making flowers with wood fiber. She also demonstrated a new art substance, polyfoon, which she said can be modeled like clay. Mrs. Doris Chaffee and Miss Valerie Wessling, a guest, won prizes for their animals made out of poly- form. The Grandmothers Chub Kitchen Band provided the entertainment. Members are Mrs Dorothy Walters, Mrs. Hazel Clary, Mrs. Daisy Strode, Mrs Ruth Taylor, Mrs. Creek, Mrs. Coleibh Reno, Mrs. BeUe Lovell Mrs.. Irene HutcWns, Mrs. Marguerite St. Clair, Mrs. Haidee Chatterton, Mrs. Shirley Cortelyou and Mrs. Doris Cheek. Next regular meeting of the B&PW Club will be July 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bardolpih United Methodist Church. mlttee of the Galva City Ceun cil Is expected to give study to painting and general repair to the city administration building and present a report for council action. The committee, composed of Vernon Arie and Howard Grant, will also study window repairs to both levels of the front of the building and wL\l investigate the source of water which has been entering the Civil Defense Emergency Operations Center. In line with repairs to the basement area, Aid. J. W. Clev- cnger, Second Ward, last night inquired about the safety of the Civil Defense Center in case of fire or other emergencies. He pointed out that there is only one exit, a wooden stairway at the rear of the building. This matter will also be studied by Williams field Achievement Program Set WILLlAMSFIELD - Plans Were completed for an Achievement Night July 13 at Williamsfield United Methodist Church when members of the Sugar 'n Spice 4-H Club met June 15. A special meeting has been set for July 9 for members who have required demonstrations and talks to complete. Members voted to participate in a county food demonstration contest July 6, a flower-arranging contest July 12, and a home economics finale day July 17. Mrs. Richard Peterson is chairman i of a United Methodist Women committee which is compiling a community birthday calendar* All names must be submitted no later than July 1, Williamsfield High School officials have announced the second semester honor roll. It includes: Freihmen — Diana Bnird, .Tull Herman. Mitch Bell, Brfenda Wy- mnn, Linda Yelm, Betty Carlson, Danette Doubet, Jeff Dylteman, Debbie LievenB and Gregg Stodgel. Sophomores — Anne Foote, Linda Nodeeh. Cheryl McGarry, Wayne Mitchell. Val LievenB, Kria Morris, Susan ^hUltz, Sharlene Fox, Sandra Orme and Lenh Webb. Juniors — Keith Hermann, Debra Schultz, Steve Weast, Darlyce German, Billie Jo Wyman, Kathy Baird, Randy Newell, Karen Morris, Lynne Olson, Barbara Woolsey, and Deana Green. Seniors — Gretdhen Brown, BUI Tucker, Debbie Wagoner, Debbie Drlcker, Pain Gibson, Melody Green, Jesse Vmiull, Cathy Carlson, Denise Smith and Mike McGarry. Larchland Group Presents Woman A Farewell Gift LARCHLAND — Mrs. Howard Fuilerton was presented a farewell gift when Larchland Community Aid Society members met recently. She and her husband recently moved to Monmouth. Mary Hardesty, Julia Shue- nales, Pearl Fillman and Carol Carton won prizes in games played during the afternoon. Mrs. Fillman was hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. Shue- nales. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Boulter and Miss Shelley Stufcelberg were recent guests at the home of Mrs. Lellie Bailey, Appleton City, Mo. A i"eceiit guest at the iiome of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Elliott was Mrs. Edylhe Bowen, El Paso, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Elimer Ray recently attended the Larimer family reunion at Lake Storey, Umliesburg. Guests at thoir home now are Miss Becky Needliam of Carbon Cliff and Miss Gloria Ft 'H -us of (leneseo. Galva Committee To Study Administration Building Work GALVA - The building Com-the building committee. Clevenger inquired about the status of repairs to the Burling' ten Northern and Rock island line crossing at S.W. Fourth St, He was informed that a work crew of the Rock Island Line is expected to do crossing repairs in the city this summer. The council also voted to In* struct the cMy attorney to prepare an ordinance SMTovldiing for a class D liquor license for the Hagberg - Hamlin American Legion Post, for a fee of $100 a year to permit sale of beer and alcoholic Jiquor to members and guests. The post previously held a class B license for the sale of beer. Clevenger, who heads the police committee, Inquired about police protection for members of the force when they are called outside of the city limits. He cited the West End Tap, Standard Oil Bulk Plant, end dithers. The question of insurance was raised and aldermen decided to inquire as to who would be financially responsible In case of injury. An inquiry into the ordinance governing horses within (he city resulted In the mayor reminding (he council that there is no ordinance against riding horses within the city but equestrians are asked to keep the animals out of city parks during the picnic season. Young added that those who have horses or ponies within the city must keep the animals confined with no offensive odor or nuisance to other property owners. The waterworks has been given a perfect record for the year by the American Water Works Assn. because there were m injuries sustained by workers during the period, aldermen learned. The council also gave approval to a plat offered by John O'Lcary for a building site in the Stock Addition and approved the plat of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith for a portion of Band which was outside the city limits. Revenue reported included $6,483 in occupational taxes, $3,844 in state Income tax returns for May, and $2,696 in motor fuel tax funds for May. The mayor and city clerk were authorized to sign a contract with the State Department of Transportation for mainte nance of highways through the city GALVA MRS. SUSAN HUPNEtl CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2728 Planning Commission has been set for July 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the city administration building. The meeting will consider a zoning request by Lean Brooks for his property on S.W. Sixth Ave., to allow for a horse trailer sales business, The Ciity Council will meet in executive session June 26. Fred Spiegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Spiegel, rural Ke- wawee, and Paul Jaquet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jaquet, rural Farmers of America award given at the State FFA convention held Thursday in Champaign. Both are recent graduates of Galva High School. * Galva, received the State Farm- A special meeting of the Galva 1 er Award, the highest Future ow • *. Ofva YeW ALSE TEETH More Biting Powtr A denture adhesive can help* PASTEBTS* Powde* does all of this: 1) Helps hold uppers afidlow* era longer, firffler. steadier. 2) Holds them mora comfortably.. 8) Help* you eat wore naturally./why worry? use FASTEETH DenWre Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are «8senUal to health. See yew dantirt xejrularly. Greatest Discounts in 97 Years $ 100,000 FURNITU SAVE 20 % 30 % EVEN 60 O bedroom suites $ 66 00 $159,95 Kroehler Velvet Chair with Casters. Arm Caps. ^_ $130-$ 190 1 Group of Chairs. 6* Discontinued Styles. $119.95 Pontlae Highback Swivel Rocker. 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