—At a school meeting of the Spiegletown district held at the school house on Friday evening, the 3d inst., Wm. D. Perry was elected a Trustee in place of Stephen P. Turner, who declined a re-election.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Daily Times. November 16, 1865: 3 col 4.
—The school meeting at Speigletown last night adjourned without action, it having been found that the call provided for the rescinding of “all action taken at all previous meetings,” and the meeting deemed it unadvisable to act under a call so manifestly incorrect. The building committee will award the contract for the building of the new school house to-day, and it is probable that it will be given to Frederick Simmons, he being the only bidder. This will probably end the trouble in the district relative to the building of the school house.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Daily Times. April 21, 1880: 3 col 3.
—The new school house at Spiegletown is nearly completed.
“Melrose.” Lansingburgh Courier. May 28, 1880: 2 col 2.
—Miss Eliza Comesky will take charge of the new school house in Speigletown.
Lansingburgh Courier. July 9, 1880: 3 col 2.
Mrs. Edward D. Ralston, teacher at Speigletown school is spending the spring vacation at her home here.
“Schaghticoke.” Times Record. April 3, 1942: 5 col 4.