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^ISuME 1 — NO. 82 Thursday, November 10, 1960 PHONK Himtley 5681 — C. L. HOBCE PHONE 4M-i088 6 PAGES "^ HUNTLEY ^«^'^« MAIUlD AND DISTBIBUraiD WBBKLT • • National Election Judges T-wo Huntley Taverns Rohhed Two Huntley taverns were robbed late Sunday night by an un¬ identified man or men. The rob¬ bers broke into a window of the Parkside tavern and made off with $3 in cash from the register, some cigai-s and approvimately $20 from the juko box. Also that night the thieves broke through the door of Hienie's tavern and stole $20 in cash and six cartons of cigar¬ ettes. The investigation was held by Chief Fay and Henry Nelle Jr. of the sheriff's department who took fngerprints. No further information is avail¬ able at this time. Slave Sale Of F.F.A. Boys On November 25 at 8:00 p.m. the Huntley Agricultural Advisor will hold its annual slave sale of F.F.A. boys. The F.F.A. boys will auction themselves off for one day's work to the highest bidder. "The money received from this sale will go toward the F.F.A. scholarship fund and to Lary Rad¬ loff. who was injured in football last year. Last year the coaches and Mr. Barrett were auctioned off. How¬ ever, this year plans are still in¬ conclusive as to whether the mem¬ bers of the faculty and football team will be auctioned off at the slave auction. Neiv City Street S'weeper Street Siveeper Purchased Three weeks ago Huntley pur¬ chased a used street sweeper from the city of Rockford. The street sweeper is three years old and ac¬ cording to Morris Kiefer, who is head of the street department in Huntley, the sweeper is in excel¬ lent running condition. Originally the %illage took the sweeper on a trial basis, but recently they de¬ cided to keep it permanently. The sweeper picks up all of the leaves, Continued on Page 3 STREET SWEEPER P.T.A. Family Festival Between 350 and 400 people at¬ tended the P.T.A. Family Festi¬ val last Saturday, Nov. 5. This was a record crowd for this event and the chairman of the P.T.A. wishes to thank all of the mer¬ chants who contributed and ev¬ eryone who atended this affair. $373.34 was taken in. This mon¬ ey will be used to make a gift to the school. In the future the P.T.A. is planning to have two more events for the people of Huntley. Jr. Leg. Drunn Corps Sells Flags Unofficial Grrafton 1 Election Returns TOTAL 710 STRAIGHT (R) 860 STRAIGHT (D) 198 SPLIT 167 For President of the United States and For Vice-President Richard ^. Nixon - Henry Cabot Lodge 457 John F. Kennedy - Lyndon B. Johnson 251 For United States Senator Samuel W. Wltwer 427 Paul H. Douglas 271 For Governor William G. Stratton 4S0 Otto Kerner 272 For Lieutenant Governor John William Chapman 436 Samuel H. Shapiro 250 For Secretary of State Charles F. Carpenter 465 James R. MoLaughin 230 For Auditor of Public Accounts Elbert S. Smith 444 Michael J. Howlett 245 For Atorney General WUIIam L. Guild 436 WUUam G. Clark 252 For Trustee of the University of Illinois Audrey Reavis Peak 418 C. E. "Ernie" Lovejoy 440 Thomas O. Mathews 434 Kenney E. Williamson 249 Frances Best Watkins 249 Irving Dllllard 245 For Representative in Congress Elmer J. Hoffman 442 Hayes Beall 241 For Members of the General Assembly , Robert McClory 486 John G. Green 252 State Representatives A. B. MisConnell 719 John P. Manning 667 Feme Carter Pierce 7041/2 For Clerk of the Circuit Court Lester E^lnger 438 Robert E. Knox 368 For State's Atomey Richard R. Cross 480 Harold C. McKenney 267 For County Coroner Theron J. Ehom 446 Eugene A. Heckathome 247 BOND ISSUES Blental Health TES 814 NO 882 IJnlverrtty YES 808 NO 896 Record Croifvd At P.T.A. Festival High School Students In Choral Festival Ten students shall participate in the McHenry County Choral Fes¬ tival upon Nov. 14, at McHenry High School, McHenry. The stu¬ dents are members of the Huntley High School Senior Chorus. The participants are: Joyce Kopsell, Jeanne Kahl, Jerry Hughes, Car- CHORAL FES-nVAL Continued on Page 2 Huntley Village Board Meeting Huntley's village board meeting was called to order Thursday, Nov. 3, by President Boncosky. Trustees Jurs, Fitzi, Peters, Wasserstrass, Pelaney, Boncosky, Swanson. and ¦KflstrdiTi we're present. No one was absent. The minutes were read and ap¬ proved unanimously. The purchase of a street sweeper was approved unanimously. A delegation from Church street came to inquire of the board the proposed bond is¬ sue would bring for them and what was going to be done with two house foundations which have been seting vacant on Church street for a nvunber of years. Being no more business, the meeting was ad¬ journed at 10:30. Annual Lions Cluh Trap Shoot Held 75 to 100 people participated in the Anniual Huntley Lions Club Trap shoot Nov. 6, 1960. The trap shoot lasted from 9:30 to 4 p.m. in back of the Bowl-Hi restaurant off route 47. A numljer of prizes were awarded to members around the area. Their names, prizes, and town are as follows: 1st prize - C. H. Marsh, No. 794, Huntley, 111. 2nd prize — Helm Thurow, No. 250, Huntley, 111. 3rd prize — Frank Sell, Jr., No. 974, Huntley, 111. 4th prize - Phil Clough, No. 936, 81 N. Oak St., Crystal Lake, HI. 5th prize — P. Meagher, No. Continued on Page 2 ANNUAL LIOWS- TRAP SHOOT Junior Class Play The Junior Class Play will be held Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. in the gym¬ nasium. Tickets may be purchased at the door or from any student in the Junior class. The name of the play is "Hill¬ billy Weddin' " by oma Greth. The characters are as follows: Paw JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Continued on Page 2 Bond Issue Judges Above are pictured the Judges on the village bond isane voted on last Saturday, Nov. 5 .They are, left to right, Ruth Kahl, Marie Kalbow, Kathryn Boncosky, Norma Gar¬ lieb, Ida Ma<A:eben. Bond Issue Defeated A bond issue amounting to $150,- 000 was voted down by tho people of Huntley last Saturday, Nov. 5. The bond issue was for the im¬ provement and extension of the present sewer system which was laid some 60 years ago. 197 people voted, two spoiled their ballots, 110 voted no and 85 voted yes. According to Richard Enstrom, Secretary of the Village Board, no new subdivisions can be built until the sanitary sewer system has been improved. Huntley is at a standaill. Annual Eegion Feather Party The Legion will hold its annual Feather Party, Saturday, Nov. 12, beginning at 8:00 p.m. During the evening 40 turkeys, 20 ducks and some geese will be awarded. The door prize will be a large turkey. In connection with this the ladies of the Auxiliary are having a white elephant sale as well as having baked goods and handiwork for sale. They are hoping that you will find some of them "just the thing' for a Christmas gift. The Legion wishes to state that the money raised by this Feather Party or at similar Legion or Aux¬ iliary functions, will be used to carry out their many community services, such as Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops. By atending you will help them continue to serve Huntley.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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