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Green Lake County Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1959, Green Lake, Wisconsin the GREEN LAKE County State Historical orter VOL. 65 NO. 31 GREEN LAKE, WISCONSIN: THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959 7 CENTS Caroline' Keplin and KathyMcConnell of the Three Hilltoppcrs 4-H Club prepare their entries for the Green Lake County Fair slated for July 31 August 2. County Free Fair Opening Green Lake Friday, July 31 Roy Patchett Elected Chier to _ in I Stftrt 3 To School Board Tom Helgeson was re-elected to the School Board by a unan- imous ballot and Roy Patchett was elected to fill the expired term of Mrs. Walter Bartel at the Annual MeetingoftheGreenLake School District Monday night. Mrs. Bartel had previously indi- cated her desire not to seek re- election. Mrs. Norman Priske was nominated from the floor to oppose Mr. Patchett. Voting was done by secret ballot in which Roy Patchett received 26 votes, Mrs. Norman Priske, 23 votes, Don Edmonds, 2 votes, andl blank vote was cast. About 52 residents attended the meeting at the school building which was preceded by a budget hearing. A budget of was approved for the 60 school year. VOTE TAX LEVY Of the 000 budget, 251.72 is to be raised by a local tax levy in the district and the balance will come from such sources as state aids, county aids, tuition, utility taxes, and trans- portation. The tax rate on this amount is 9. 09 mills based on equalized valuation. NEW EQUIPMENT In other business at the meeting presided over by Ed Riggs, the Clerk's and Treasurer's reports and the minutes were read and approved. Mr. Mark Druml read a list of items to be added to the school. Listed among these were chemical laboratory tables; chalkboards; bulletin boards; a sewing machine, double table, kitchenette sets for the home economics department; 3 micro- scopes; a bass horn, oboe and street drum; welder and lathe; dictaphone. Other items being considered for purchase iiid'idc a movie projector; waiher and dryer; viiual room blackout; floor matt; top of Nick area, and thrubbery, Continuance of the hot lunch program iftintd unanimoui appro" val, tuiiitriMf (of) vat J until taxes are collected in other normal business transacted at the meeting. The electors also appro- ved the continuance of a 180 day school year commencing on Sep- tember 8th and concluding on June 3rd. Wafer Pump Started Installation of the water pump was started on Wednesday but the men were called off the job to do a repair job elsewhere. They plan, however, to begin pumping water at the end of the week. Ron Cliier, 23, Berlin, is scheduled to join Captain Lloyd Schocphoestcr in traffic patrol duties for Green Lake County when he assumes the duties of a traffic officer on August 3rd. He has purchased a Pontiac station wagon. Ron has been previously em- ployed as radio operator in the Sheriff's Department. Chier was elected to the position of traffic officer on July 8th by the County Board to succeed Edward Teska whose resignation became effec- tive in June. The new radio operator will be appointed August 18th by the County Board. The Sheriff's De- partment will make arrangements for radio operation until the ap- pointment is made. Property Owners Meeting August 7 Children's Day Saturday This week the vacant highway grounds arc being transformed in- to a midway in preparation for the annual Green Lake County Junior Free Fair which starts to- morrow in Green Lake. A varied number of rides to excite children and adults will be offered July 31, August 1 and 2 by Tip Top Shows with a special matinee planned for children on Saturday at reduced prices. A clown will be on the grounds all day Saturday for the enjoyment of the youngsters, FREE ATTRACTIONS R. B. A. productions of Baraboo are furnishing the fine free stage attractions. Different acts will be featured at eacli presentation and a total of nine different acts have been contracted for the three day Fair, according to Willys Gjer- mundson, Fair Secretary. The free stage attractions for Saturday afternoon and evening include clowns, ventriloquists and acrobatics. Saturday afternoon will also feature a children's mat- inee on the midway. The free attractions on Sunday afternoon and evening will fea- ture music, comedy and acroba- tic contortionists. JUDGING STARTS FRI. Opening time for the Fair is lp. in. July 31 when all exhibits, Homcmaker and Commer- cial will be on display. Judging of poultry, farm crops, flower, Homemaker exhibits, general 4-H projects and booths will also start at this hour. The 4-H Home Economics and Homcmaker foods project will be judged'Saturday, as will all of the livestock classes. Hogs, sheep and horses classes will be judged in the morning with beef and dairy cattle entering the show ring in the afternoon. (Con't on Page 2) Date and time for the Green Lake Property Owner's Association meeting has been set for August 7 at 8 p. m. in the main court room of the Court House. President John Sand stated the annual public meeting has been scheduled for Friday night at the request of interested persons who are in Green Lake only on week- ends. Committee reports will be given by their chairmen, Dick Deerwester for Fire Prevention, Dr. Clarence Manning, Safety; Bob McDonald, Publicity; E. R. McKniglit, Membership; and Henry Eaton, Fish and Conserva- tion. TO ELECT FIVE DIRECTORS A report from the nominating committee wll! be another Jlpjilof the iinctlriju Lrx Royce, Floy 1 Friday arid Henry will rei ectors. The terms of Bob McDon- ald, Leonard Burling, Henry Eaton, and Ed Hooker expire this month. Grant Anderson resigned when he moved from Green Lake. The directors elected Friday and those already serving on the Board will convene at a later date and name officers for tte associa- tion. MEETING OPEN TO PUBLIC W. A. Royce, Richard Deer- wester, and Dr. Clarence Manning Green Lake, Floyd Friday and Henry Nulle, Markesan serve on the board another year. Those having two more years are John Sand, Herb Heidel, Green Lake; Ben Card, Fairwater; Elmer Me Knight, MarktMii; and Ervin Sumirwrft I4t, Pond do Lac. Mr. fond cmptiiilMd Auftutf 7 wit open to mt mWr i and IHKI MIW of trw anU fciy a ucfctt to htld IM Maine from
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