Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 16, 1975 · Page 2
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Freeport, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 16, 1975
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Page 2 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Wednesday, July 16, 1976 Polo School Board Accepts Dairy, Petroleum, Bakery Bids POLO-Polo School Board Monday night approved dairy, petroleum and bakery supply bids for the district for. the coming year. Beatrice Foods will provide milk at 8.6 cents and 9.16 cents per half pint for white and chocolate, respectively. Prices will be subject to fluctuation according to current market price. Garrison Oil will supply gasoline at 3.2 cents below the posted tank wagon price and fuel oil at 5.2 cents both below the posted tank wagon price. Bakery goods will come from Butternut Bread with hamburger and hot dog buns at 38 cents a dozen and bread at 40 cent per loaf. Teaching contracts were approved for Miss Susan Dean", Elk Grove, junior high English, tennis and track, and John Lichtenberg, high school music director. Mrs. Alice Cassens was hired as school nurse. The board decided to reduce the teaching staff by not replacing two elementary staff members. Teacher resignations were accepted from Mrs. Carol Suits, Mrs. Betty Minteer and Martin Crapnell. Book rental and student insurance fees were approved. The public hearing for the 1975-76 school budget was. set for Sept. 8. The board approved a request from Wynell Kyker to graduate with the class of 1976 provided she completed the equivalent of 2 1/2 credits. The board salary committee chair- Orangeville Firemen's Festival Opens Thursday /~\T1 A XT^^Tn«»VT » *-l n ... * ORANGEVILLE-Orangeville Firemen's Midsummer Festival will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a variety of events scheduled. Water fights with the fire departments of Kent, Peart City, McConnell, Cedarville and others will begin at 6:45 p.m. Thursday. Fr.eeport Kennel Club will present a canine obedience demonstration at 8 p.m., followed by an area talent show at 8:30. Mike Davis and group from Oregon, Wis., will perform at 8 and 9 p.m. Friday. A firemen's fashion show will be at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, the big parade, with a bicentennial theme, will start at 10:30 a.m. Serving of the chicken barbecue will begin at 11:30 a.m. A hot air balloon demonstration will be at 1 p.m., followed by entertainment and a bicentennial presentation with the Rock Run Long Rifle Club. The Althoff family of Stockton will entertain at 8 p.m. Fourteen different instrumental styles will be featured,, In case of rain, the shows will be held in the high school gymnasium. A midway will be in operation throughout the festival. The firemen's auxiliary has requested donations of two-crust fruit pies for its stand. The pies may be brought to the stand on any of the three days. Lanark City Council To Seek Bids For Street Improvements LANARK-Lanark City Council Tuesday night authorized the city clerk to advertise for bids on the West Locust Street improvement project. The bids will be opened at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 5, annd will be acted on at the council meeting that evening. In other business'the council granted permission to Continental Telephone Co. to install underground cables from the grade school south down an alley between between High and School streets. Raymond Davis of Rock Valley Ca- blevision presented an explanation of the firm's intention to install cable television in several small area communities and asked the council for permission to install such a system in Lanark: The matter was tabled for further study. A staff member for the Comprehen-' sive Health Planning group which' serves Carroll and other area counties explained the health program to-the Twilight Meeting July 21 At Winslow WINSLOW-An oat and spring wheat demonstration plot twilight meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Alvin and Ira Wire farm near here. There are 10 oat and three spring wheat varieties. The Wire farm is two miles south of here on Illinois 73, two miles on West Nora Road and one half mile south on North Excelsior Road. Freeport Journal-Standard Entered as second class matter at the Post Office of Freeport, Illinois. Published daily except Sunday by The FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY, 27 Sou« State Avenue, Freeport, HI., 61032. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mail subscription rates in Stephenson and adjoining counties: one year $25.00, six months $13.00, three months $7.00, one month $2.65. Mail subscription rates in the United States, exclusive of Stephenson and adjoining counties: one year $30.00, six months $16.00, three months $9.00. For any other length of time inquire of our office. If you fail to receive your copy of The Freeport Journal-Standard by 5:15 p.m., kindly call 232-1171 before 6:00 p.m., except Saturday call between 7:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. We will notify your carrier and have him bring you a paper. a PLITT THEATRE 9'QQ DOWNTOWN '-^ir FREEPORT the \ouaqe ** ** council and asked that a council member be.named to a county committee. A toolbox for the city pickup truck was purchased from Warner Farm Service for |85. ' ' It was reported that 6,776,500 gallons of water were pumped during June at a cost of $476. 4-H Show To Start At Mount Carroll The first section of the 1975 Carroll County 4-H Fair will be held next week at Mount Carroll High School. Tuesday's judging includes child care, foods and home furnishing projects and the flower arranging contest. Wednesday will be clothing and general projects day. The doors will be open to the public from about 1:30 to 9.p.m. Wednesday. A style show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Trophies will be presented and State Fair delegates announced. Displays will be in the small and big gymnasiums. Marriage Licenses AT GALENA Russell Caulkins Coal Valley Shirley Caulkins same William Davis ..Galena Norma J. Allen same Sydney K. Sincock Galena Karen. L. Hartwig Rawlins Township Craig E. Finholt Independence, Iowa Gordalana Barness same William G. Kelsey Waterloo, Iowa Janice M. Matthiesen same David J. Splinter East Dubuque Jayne Sampson Hazel Green, Wis. Michael W. Wolfram Warren Sally L. Williamson Apple River FREEPORT* NOW ^THURSDAY GENE HACKMAN FRENCH CONNECTION II E> OPEN 7 P.M. • START 7:30 | French Connection II 7:35 Box Office Open Till 8:30 Feature Repeated In Part. man said items that have been agreed to include increase of mileage allowance from 12 to 15 cents per mile; improved group insurance package effective May 1; and payroll deduction of association dues October through August starting with the 1975-76 school year. The teacher evaluation program is being reviewed. The teacher committee has tentatively accepted the board's proposed $9,000 base salary for next year pending a survey of the membership. The board has also offered 12 sick leave days annually starting with the 1975-76 year. Official action by the board is expected at the Aug. 4 meeting if the committee has completed its survey. 3 Teachers Are Hired At Oregon OREGON-Three teachers were hired by the Oregon School Board Tuesday night. They are Marsha Lou Schuttler, Elkhart, .first grade at Nash'School; Delight. Hart Pitman, Dixon, high school English and school newspaper sponsor; and Rick Davis, Mount Morris, elementary art teacher for Oregon and Mount Morris. Regarding school bus transportation, the board decided to have time clocks installed and to eliminate cleanup time from drivers' schedules. The committee of Bill Herwig and Frank Svoboda was authorized to build a small foot bridge across a drainage ditch at the Williams Division for about $125. Public hearing on the proposed school budget will be at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at Etnyre Middle School. Ogle County National Bank, Oregon, was designated as a depository for district funds. After studying other office space costs, the board decided to continue to rent the present facilities. Dave Jenkins, Oregon, will install a metal exhaust vent for the middle school air conditioning system for $1,650. The Oregon Ministerial Association was given permission for early dismissal of elementary school students each Wedpesday Sept. 17 to. Jan. 14 and Jan. 21 to May 3. The program has been conducted for a number of years. For special education, Sheila Schomas, Ottawa, and Pamula Sutler, LeRoy, were hired as learning disabilities teachers. Tonr Urbanek, Oregon, was employed at the student rate for summer help. FARMERS USE OUR, ELECTRONIC SECRETARY ... Day or NIGHT . . . Why don't you ... Just call 232-2171. Highland College Presents ANDROCIES AND THE LION July 16, 17, IB, 19, 7:15 P.M. Highland Theatre Adults, $2.50 Children 50* Produced by SUMMERSET THEATRE II Highland Community College Pearl City Road Freeport, III. Ph. 232-3556 Ihe CONVERTIBLE GIRL COMEDY STARRING SUSAN C. LLOYD with our Professional New York Company r * \ 1 1 1 ^m B^M ^ 3 MILES W. OF MMENGO ON I) A 20 PHONE: 815-568-7211 PRICES: S»t. $4.60. Mitincci $3.60 Wed. thru Fri, ft Sun. $4.00 CURTAIN TIMES: Sat. 7 & 10 Wed. thru Fri. 8:46 & Sun. 4:30 Tu»..W*d..&Thur.Miilnee» 2:00 P.M. ' RtJltunnl Opera u 11:30. Shop it 12:30 Surfing Augun 12 •ROOfrVSERVICE' I I I I I I i noun gvamne ai weise s, rreeport i BENNIS DRIVE-IN "35," DAVID CARRADINE NOW ONE WEEK ONLY A CROSS COUNTRY ROAD WRECK! A BIG FIRST RUN TWIN BILL COLOR OY ^^ DELUXE* LPU Open 8 P.M. Start Dusk Tonight Fri.-Sun.-Tut. Death Race 2000 1st Paper Chase 2nd Thur.-Sat. I Mon. Paper Chase 1st Death Race 2000 2nd Horse, Pony Show To Be Held Sunday The Valley Riders 4-H Saddle Club will have its sixth annual open horse and pony show at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Stephenson County Fairground, Freeport. v There will be two rings, 14 halter classes, 16 speed and action and 31 performance classes. Three high-point trophies will be awarded for speed and action, 4-H,- and halter and performance. John Scott of Princeton .will be the judge. A lunchstand will be on the grounds. Community Center Insurance Voted By Durand Board DURAND-Durand Village Board voted Tuesday night to pay approximately $140 for insurance for the Community Center. The school district has been offered to take back the structure which .the village bought for $1. The school board is expected to act on the matter Monday night. f Board members were told that so far the smoke tests of the sewer lines to locate how surface water is entering the system have been inconclusive. The board agreed to have approximately 84 squares of sidewalk repaired in the village. Writing a village subdivision ordinance was discussed..A letter of appreciation will be sent to the Durand businessmen for the July 4 celebration. The board will offer Durand Hardware $50 a month for collecting the water and sewer bills. It was announced that mosquitoes will be sprayed this weekend in the village. Statue books recommended by the Municipal League will be bought for about $100. Raymond Meissen, village board president, said he will try to have local policemen Ronald Bailor and Jerry Ball deputized by the county. Ronald Wise, Durand Township road commissioner, said he has removed speed limit signs on township property on the west edge of town because the signs should be inside the village limits. The board recessed its meeting to 7 p.m. July 28 to open street repair bids. 4-H News Cooperating Millies Local project day for the Cooperating Millies 4-H Club will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Milledgeville Grange Hall. The public is invited. A VOYAGEUR CANOE, as pictured above, will be available for rides at Lake Le- Aqua-Na the next few weeks. The rides are a free service provided by the state park system. The only thing furnished by the rider is the muscle power. The canoe holds at least 24 persons and it takes 20 persons to paddle it. Rides will last for half an hour and a nature talk and a historical talk will be Included. Vocational Center Gets Madison Man As New Director ELIZABETH-John C. Martin, 47, of Madison, Wis., has been hired as the new director for the Jo Daviess-Carroll Area Vocational Center. • Martin has been serving as superintendent of vocational education at Madison East High School. He is married and has seven children. He is a World War II veteran. His salary will be $19,500 per year and he will assume his duties on Aug. 1. Martin succeeds Ray Mensendike, who resigned to take a position as superintendent of the Orangeville Schools. Two Field Meetings : Set In Jo Daviess For Next Week • Two field meetings will be held next week in Jo Daviess County, the Extension Service announced. Zero till pasture renovation will be discussed from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the William Miller farm at the east edge of Woodbine. The county oat variety test plots will be toured from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 24. . 1; The plots, which include 12 varieties;' are located one mile west of the Stock-ton Country Club and a half mile southj on the west side of the road. ';Donald Graffis, 'Extension foraged specialist, and.Bill Nance of Chevron- Chemical Co. will be at the Miller' farm. SALE NOW IN PROGRESS! Ends July 19th Trash Compactor <A e< , V^® f r ee* ers Ranges >^ NORTHERN PROPANE c.i£ By 1819 S. 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