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April 5, 1962
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Several acres of pasture, marshland burns There was lots of dense smoke and spreading flame fanned by a westerly breeze Friday afternoon as Jim Regan burned off grass and underbrush near the city sewer laxm south of the city. Marysville firemen 6--Marysville Globe Marysville, Washington Thursday, April 5, 1962 Gefchell school said unsafe by fire marshall A letter from the Wzshing- ton State Fire Marshal con- cermng the condition of the Getchell School was presented the School Board, Monday eve- ning. The communication ef- fectively condemned the struc- lure unless extensive changes were made. Listed in the report: All interior walls and ceilings of the rooms and hallways were to be covered with plas- terix.ard to achieve one-hour fire wall standards; rooms on the second floor had to comply likewise; the stairwell had to have one-hour fire wall with a fire door to close off the second floor; outside fire es- cape to be provided for the econd floor; crash hardware for the front door; effective fireproofing of the furnace room and compliance of the furnace with regulations. Use of the second floor of the school has been discontin- ued. The board, after much discussion, decided to: Have the furnace checked to meet with any group at the Get- chell school to explain the I problem as it exists regarding the safety of the children and finances involved in putting the school in good repair; to send out forms of board s own making to determine what should be done for the next year. ic Heinlen explained to the board approximately what it would cost to rectify the fur- nace room situation and ist hardware for the front door He stated this cost alonewould be over $400, and did not attempt to estimate the cost of repairing other deficiencies listed by the fire marshal. The teachers' salary sched- ule for the coming year was presented the board by Nell Farler, representative of the , Marysville Education Ass'n. It was accepted by the board. Resolution was adopted by the board statingtheneed for addi- tional funds for the support of the schools and requesting ,h¢ Board of County Commis- sioners to pay to the district the sum of 17 cents per day attendance credit. The calen- dar for the comingschoolyear was presented and accepted. Spring vacation was sched- uled to coincide with other schools in the county. Approval was given for Rob- ert HennauR to attend a stale industrial arts convention in Seattle, April 19, 20, 21; and for Vic Heinlen to attend th stood by in case flames got close to dwellings and sheds. Homeowners wishing to burn should first obtain fire permits it is warned. Junior Hi school orientation Student classes held Wood. Messmer. Marysville .Iunior High Patty Otto. J School held orientation classes Irwin, for sixth grade March 29 and 30 with students from Cas- Rogers. cade, Shoultes, GetcheLl, Tu- Williams. lalip and Liberty schools at- girls PE tending. Students from twelve JoAnn home rooms explained the Ann Fails. Make it save Your savings will ,._ faster here Jlill they earn dividends -,vSyS-, ,he anticipated rate PAYABLE 4 PLENTY OF CUSTOMER ''THE BEST PLACE TO $A Inland Empire Convention for I SPRING VACATION for school business officials inlchildren in the Marysville Spokane April 5,6,7. School District will end the morning of April 9, next Ivlon- BUY - rent -sell -through I day, when classes will be re- GLOBE Want Ads .... sumed at the regular time in all schools. NEFIT Movr a W4LL AL 9.4101 RI. APR. 6 MARYSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GYM . R;FORMATOR, MS S K.C. BOXING CLUB PRELIMINAII¥ EXHIBITION I by MarysvUle Community Club Boys i0 ADMISSION - $1 oo DONATION ALL PROCEEDS GO COMMUHITY This Adv. TO THE MARYSVILLE BUILDING FUND