Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 10, 1973 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

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n District 115 School Board Establishes g * OQUAWKA - Union School Matt** lft'e Boafd of fidu- «*ttoti ha8-v<»t«d to «*ate a vronung casn nuna. *fhe ftted," eMowed by sitate jAatutes, wiH permit) itfhe school Astrict to levy a tax up to Ave cento per $100 assessed totaton to give the district's idministw^lon money to pay cttrrefit bilte. * Only districts with total {totititations under 150,000 may Create such funds, state law •j THffrBOARD agreed to ere- itejft petty cosh fund for all ils, and authorized the cash fundtCor Union School and-TrfrVattey School. $C§ n « r a c t s-forjive-new feathers were also approved, vlhidiers hired arti their, as- its are Kathleen Sny, kWei^airten at Gladstone and Baggsviile {grade sdvaols; Mary Sttcre, Oquawfca Grade School; Mary Kay, math at l^Afafest JAW d 1 e ..School; James Jafckson, math.aciewce and assistant coach •tartr Tri- VaJtey Mfckfle School, and Jane Biggs, language ads and social studies at Tri-Vafl- ley Msddie School. The board accepted resignations from Ron Logan and Matarie Webb. Logan, who had taught in District 115 for the past 11 years, has accept' ed a position as principal of Ferris Grade School. Mrs. Webb, a former kindergarten teacher, will move to De Kalb .with her husband. ' * MEMBERS ALSO approved contracts for five persons who are members of th&noiir certified staff. , A; Insiirance fees for tih^com- dmg year were.seitj aW$$J>0 for. students in grades*K$ amid $5 for grades 7-12/ Book rental was set at $6 for kindergarten students and $12 lor «M other grades. An optional towel fee of $3.50-a' year \ 'mm^'eliMlilM^at'XJh' ion Ifigh SCTKWI ; st«deWs.'No Jock, (activity or fees wiM be charged. The board made no changes' in the school lunch fee. Lunch* es for students in grades K- 8 will be 40 cents, and 46 cents for grades 0-12. Adult Hunches will be 60 cents. IN OTHER ACTION, the board: —Approved a permanent transfer of $18,000 from the education fund <to the building fund. ;• —Approved purchase of a vacuum cfeaner ait a cost of $166 aw furniture; aft a'cosf / .-^Coted to discontinue ^he pospioh of tethers' aide at ,1.;' •;,T Trustees Okay Plans Sf 1001 Charges For Drilling Stand-By Well QESStg* VIOLA — The Viola Village sent by Channing Pra&, vil- in &%MKamsflieid Board of Trustees, at a meeting Aug. 6, ordered plans drawn in preparation for drilling a stand-by well. Ttie board authorized John Reeset village engineer, to draw the plans and present them. Reese estimated it will t» six weeks before drilling can begin. .THE ENGINEER ' recommended the stand-by well be drilled near the present well, so common.facilities could be lage attorney. schools may pay book and art Richard Lawson, who serv- fees at the high school office ed as mayor pro tern at the during the week Of Aug. 20-24 meeting, announced that between 9 a.m. and 4 pm Viola Appreciation Day, spon- School ofSMats said that all sored by the Viola Hardball fees must be paid before class- League, is set for Sept. 9. es start Aug. 27. He said that while meat Students wil receive - diass prices had hampered plan- schedules the Hirst day of ning, a committee is pro- school. Schedule changes will ceeding with the annual be" permitted only in emergenr event. cies and with the consent of MEMBERS VOTED to in- the counselor crease the annual salary of There will be no school Sept. shared >by both. He estimated Everett Tary, superintendent 3, which is Labor Dlay. School the cost of drilling a 650-foot- of public works, by v5% per. ofifiicials said the class day may cent. His paid vacation time be shortened in the event of was increased fromtwo to .extremely hot weather, and deep well that can pump 100 gallons a minute at $13,300. : He said $1,000 will be required for testing equipment necessary for flouridation and aeration of water produced by the well. He said the treatments would be necessary; because of the depth. three weeks. such decisions will be broad- The agreement on;the, sal- cast over Galesburg radio sta- ary for the noon school pa- lions. A special award was presented Aug. 5 to the baseball Howard Smith, a trustee, school patrol, and the-Winola suggested that an additional School District p*a y s the $3,500 "be spent to drill a balance. * deeper well at another site. He said the second well be drilled to approximately the same depth as the present 1,280-fooWeep main well. He said the deeper well would provide more palatable water and a safety factor of not having both wells affected by an.emergency. TOE BOARD agreed to federal revenue sharing funds. The board passed an annual tax levy ordinance of $135,385, which was pre- Memorial Home , Sold .toKidd trol was also re-enactejfl by the board. Under terms «*6f the agreement, the bpard' pays half of ..the cost qf th& noon TOULON — Meriyn Kidd has purchased the, Coix Memorial Wane? at Wyoming.' Kidd had been part-owner for ( the past four years. ' • Kidd has employed Keith Jen- team sponsored by Pres's?? kins, a licensed funeral direc -i Tap, Keithsburg. The team tor, to operate (he Wyoming recently won first place in funeral home. He will live in the Viola Invitational Tour- an apartment alt the funeral nament, defeating Reds Tex- home, aco 4-0. — The special plaque was Howard Foutes has purchased presented by Mrs. Gordon the house on South Miller Street vote on the location of the .Harrison, Viola, and her 2- formerly owned by the late Mrs stand-by well at ani upcoming yeawld daughter, Kelly. The Kate ^ ^ ^ ^ special meeting. Money for plaque was given in memory . . . the project wiU come from of Mrs. Harrison's 15-inonth- Jim Simpson have purchased old daughter, Tammy, who the house on North Olive Street was killed in an auto accident formerly owned by Foutes. June 19. The child was the John D. Goodwin has pur- niece of the manager and a chased the farm house formerly player on the Texaco team, owned by Paul Chamberlain. 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