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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin Village Taking Steps to Have Its Own 1 m t It t S r System; Other Projects Studied Combined Locks This long-time-dependent.on surrounding communities making its move toward independence. -s .Outsiders have chuckled over the fact.that the village gets its water supply from Kimberly, electrical power from Wis- consin-Michigan at Appleton and sewage is handled by the city of Kaukauna. Water System Engineering work now Is underway for the Combined Locks water system. When work is started on the system it is estimated that it will take a year and a half to complete the project. A well will have to >be drilled and a tower erected pumping equip- ment installed. In the last two years the vil- lage has seen rapid growth. Three new plats opened and new home construction has 'just jumped .to a record. ..'With the new home devel-. the popula- tion has increased. Feeling the'effect of the population the most is the state graded school. Enrollment has been hiked rapidly and the school district is faced with the pros- pect of having to build addi- tional classrooms. Future Outlook A long range look into the future can see the village con- structing its own sewage dis- posal'plant. Handling of it by Kaukauna works out well at the present even though the past is dotted with disputes between the city and village over the sewage treatment. The two communities went to court at one time to set- tle a hassle over.the amount Kaukauna should charge Combined Locks each month for handling the sewage. Combined Locks "has one major industry, the Combin- ed Locks Paper company, to help with the tax problem most villages are confronted with. With a major project such as the water system, the future tax picture is not bright. One of the most prob- able steps that will be taken is a change in the assessed valuation percentage. Gfrowing -pains are being felt by this village .but the pains are being soothed by the ever so little air of inde- pendence being realized. Chili Supper Af Kaukauna Annual Bethany Lutheran Church Event Wednesday and pub- licity chairman, Mrs. Richard Muehl, has announced that the annual chili supper sponsored by the Bethany Lutheran church will be Wednes- day. In addition to chili, the menu will include hot dogs, hamburgers, apple and pump- kin ice cream and beverages. The scheduling of meals has been arranged so .that pa- trons can have either or both of their main meals at the church. Serving will begi 11 a. m.'and continue until 1 p. m. It will resume at p. m. and run until 8 p. m. General chairman for the supper is Mrs. Irvin Artz, and in charge of the kitchen are Mrs..Joe Jansen and Mrs. Roy Mahn. Heading the din- ing room staff are Lyle Sie- laff and Mrs. Harold Kahler. Cashier will be Mrs. Lester Kasper. Mrs. Ernest Lichtfuss and Mrs. Kenneth Allwardt are co-chairmen of food prep- aration. Board to Meet Little Chute The village board will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the council room of the village hall. Two Cars Damaged in Little Chute Mishap "Little Chute TWO. cars were'damaged in an accident in the 100 block of E. Main avenue at 'pirn.'Friday, according to village police. A vehicle driven by James Sanderfoot, 18; 202 W. Lin- coln avenue, struck the rear of one driven by Charles L. Dostal, 42, 500 N. Vine street, Appleton. Dostal said he had stopped for a vehicle in. front Monday, November 2, 1959 Appleton Post-Creiecnt Ay of him which was trying to park. Board Meets Tuesday At Combined Locks Combined Locks The reg- ular meeting of the Combined Locks .village board will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the village hall; Routine.business is 'expected at the session. Photo Early.Planning for the Junior Prom at Kimberly High school is in the hands pictured above, left to Tight, JoAnn' treasurer; Kenneth r president; Tom Peerenbobm, "vice president, and Diane Verstegen, secretary. 3-3-2 Record Grid Lett ers Awarded to Little Chute Grade Team Little Chute Letters were awarded to players oh the St. John Grade school football team by Coach Gene Vande- hey -at the annual banquet at Hietpas restaurant. Named as most valuable players for the season were Dennis Hietpas and Bill Ver- hagen. The young Dutchmen finish- ed the season with three wins, three losses and two ties. The losses were the first suffered by the grade team in the last three seasons. Coach, Vandehey praised the boys for their spirit and cooperation during the season. He pointed .out that the ma- jority of the team was under- classmen who will be back next season. The Rev. Mark Schumach- er, athletic director, compli- mented Vandehey for his work with the' team and told the boys they: should be thank- ful fpr the training they re- ceived. Receiving-letters were John Sprister, James Brue, Carl Verhagen, Tom Langendyke, Melvin Van Asten, Mike Our- .ada, ,-Leon "Vanden Heuvel, Wayne Vandehey, Richard Boots, Gerry Vandehey, Tom Pfeffer, Mike Hietpas, Gene Verhagen, Bruce Hammen, John Reider, Tim Verstegen, Bill Verhagen and Dennis Hietpas. Jars 660 Set For Pin Honors At Little Chute .Little Chute John Van- den Burgt cracked games of1 243 and 235 while posting a 650 series for the top individ- ual honors in the. Fox Valley league at the Recreation al- leys. Other .counts in- cluded RussHuss, 584; Roger Koehn, :583; Tom Belland, 574; Merlin School, 567; Jim Hartjes, 550, and Hank Ev- ers, 228. Menasha Man Fined In Little Chute Court Little C. Rose, 21, 813 Third street, Menasha, pleaded guilty of speeding and was fined in justice court. Rose was arrested Tuesday for traveling 44 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone by village police. Children's Book Week Plans Set At Kaukauna Kaukauna Special acti- vities are planned this week at the Public library in the observance of National Chil- dren's Book Week. .'Go Exploringg in is the theme of the obser- vance. A display will be set up in the main reading room show ing some of the new selec- tions which have just been re- leased. Special posters and stream- ers will decorate the chil- dren's department. Free-book marks will be given to the youngsters visiting the li- brary. Class tours by children from city schools will be con- ducted during the week andj a story hpur is planned. Rolls195at Kaukauna Lanes Schmidt rolled a 195 game for individ- ual high in the Ladies league at the S and B alleys. The only other honor count was a 191 singleton by" Ger- milia Gerhartz. Elizabeth Obermeyer qualir fied for a special .American Bowling congress award with three straight games of '127 each. OUR ENDLESS HOUSEKEEPING save? yfau f money J HERE'S WHY... Ladiee, does it sometimes seem to you that you've no sooner finished with the dusting than you have it to do all over again? that's a fact! A simple little thing like Unt in the air can cut off your conversation as gurely as scissors. And we can't let that happen. So, we dust We use filter systems. We vacuum. We tile our walls. We wax and polish V and paint Why? Because dirt of any kindt can interrupt calls and calls must go through tDQJateirupted. It costs less to prevent troubles than it does to locate and repair them. 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