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Green Lake County Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1960, Green Lake, Wisconsin Vacation Suggestions MOTELS RESTAURANTS AMUSEMENTS on Pages An attractive addition to the Green Lake scene is Marcia granddaughter of the G. L. She will be a sophomore at Rollins Winter where she is a member of Kappa Alpha High Water Creates Many Problems The Friday afternoon storm poured an unofficial four to six inches of rain on central Green Lake County in the worst storm of the The intense rain fell in a period of three causing damage to roads and Shortly after six o'clock the radio at the Sheriff's Office went out of Officers on duty in- those at Princeton and Markesan carried on car to car communication during most of the evening's Police Officer Douglas Hare was ed in his car at the Sheriff's Of- If he could not clearly eive messages from the other of- they were relayed to him through the radio facilities of Montello and BRIDGE Officers reported on various County trunks T and D were a ber of spots on K were marked with red A bridge near Princeton on Highway 23 was weakened and bridges were ed out on south of Princeton and also on County Trunk T in the Princeton City High way O south of Donald was badly washed out and along several shoulders and sometimes the road surface It- self were washed Captain Schoephoester stayed at the site of a washout on 73 to warn drivers of that danger and also of the weakened bridge on 23. He was relieved late in the evening by Civil Defense men from the Town of Green Lake who had been contacted by Mrs. Helen They remained there until two A. m. when State Patrol arrived and stayed until Saturday DAMAGE TO CROPS The storm perhaps had its most serious tones for area Soil Charles Braun stated addition to the tons of topsoil that mers may have lost from this rain was expensive in other Many fields of grains have been partially ruined either by flooding or corn fields have been rilled and areas ed rocks and silt have been deposited on top of growing bridges and culverts were washed out or un- and road ditches were either filled with silt or washed out and deposited sediment on crop On Saturday morning Sheriff Lieske was called to the Kutz home on highway TT off highway 23 where nine feet of water had marooned the Sheriff Lieske took a boat up to the house to get them LAKE LEVEL RAISED The great amount of rainfall and the resulting run-off raised the level of Green Lake almost ten Visitors to Green Lake this past Saturday were surprised to find it a muddy brown instead of the reported Several parties lost boats and A 35 H. P. boat ed by Norton's and rented by a Heidel House guest ing the storm and Going down with the boat were four ex- pensive rods and A canoe belonging to the is still misting and several boats that were adrift on the lake have since on Page 5) the GREEN LAKE County J State Historical VOL. 66 NO. 30 GREEN LAKE WISCONSIN JULY 28, 1960 7 CENTS School District Electors Approve Increase In Mill Rate Signal Corps Moves The 260th Signal Detachment that has been stationed in Green Lake since April 1958 lias moved to Elgin enlisted men and their Army Mr. have been assigned to the 61st AAA group and will service the Green Lake Radar the one at Ar- gyle and those in Milwaukee The men used the former dard Hardware Store for their testing equipment and spare Sgt. Pickell men were reassigned due to a better location for their He emphasized that this move by the Signal Detachment no effect on the operation of the radar site on Highway 73. Dedication of New Street A dedication ceremony will be at on the corner of Mill and Hill Streets to celebrate the of- opening of the first street in the Village to have fully com- curb and gutter Village President Dan pel will cut the Other members of the Village Board will be present for the ribbon cutting Friday Warning To Check Boxes Because of the high water in Green Lake the Marine Carrier has asked that all patrons of the Marine Route check their piers and mail If there is any chance of the pier going out kindly meet the mail boat or make arrangements for mail to be left at a neighbor's mall box until the water These suggestions are being made to prevent the possible lots of im- portant The Marine rier does not leave the Post Office before A. Buy Lots For Parking Electors of the Green Lake School District gave approval to the local School Board to chase a nine passenger station wagon and two lots for parking purposes when they met Monday evening at the Annual School A. D. Carew moved that the School Board be authorized to purchase lot 3 in block 19 for The lot is owned by Gus Doepke and measures 82. G x 100 It is located to the south of Green Lake High School on Scott The Board was authorized to offer for the purchase of lot 425 A on the south side of Ripon Road when a motion made by Elmer Lunow was seconded on Page 5) Elected To Board New School Board members elected to fill expired terms are Alfred formerly of the Lakeview District who will succeed Mrs. Willis Mrs. Don who has been serving the unexpired term of Chuck and Walter gold was having just completed a three year Other nominees included Francis Weinkauf and Mrs. Gilbert Following the Annual Meeting the Board met to elect Re-elected president of the Board was Walter Tom geson was re-elected Clerk and will again serve as 81% i fcC SCOTT CLAY SCHOOL JT 3'il MO I The above plat of a portion of the Village of Green Lake shows the two lots that the School Board was authorised by the electors to The lot in 119 is owned by GUI Doepke and would be used for parking Larger area to south of the Ripon Road would be for parking and access to the athletic field if the of by it by Wallace
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