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gk HUNTLEY "^"^^^ VOI.l'ME S — NUMBER 9 TIIUKSDAY, MAY SI, 1962 PHONIC: 812-669-5621 (any ttme) (If no anwser) 819-4690998 SCHOOL FILE UU;jrLEY lUGH SCHOOL nUNTLEY. ILL 6 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 5c PER COPY Memorial Day Services Final School Calender May 2.5 Track meet at Central at 4 p.m. May 26 G.A.A. picnic at Veterans Acres 10:30 to 2:30. May 27 Baccalaur|gj|^ Service at 8:15 p.m. 1^ May 28 Grade School Graduation 8:15 p.m. May 28 & 29 H.S. semester exams May 29 7th and Sth grade school dance 8-11 p.m. May 30 Memorial >v^ No school; Parade SB May 31 H. S. ComimRement 8:15 t).m. School will be held until 2 p.m. June 1 Students return for report cards 8:45-11:00 a.m. (No cafeteria lunch served) 6 Hurt In Accident Six under age for drinking, youths are in the Woodstock hos¬ pital as this newspaper goes to press Saturday, after the car in which they wer riding turned ov¬ er several times on the Marengo blacktop near Huntley. All of the boys whose ages range from 16 ¦to 19 were thrown from the car as it rolled over and over after the driver lost control of it when trying to take a curve at a high rate of speed. The car skidded 390 feet according to sheriff's reports. Two of the t)oys are in critical condition. All wtfre from Roselle except one boy who was from Union. The car is a total loss. It caught fire as it hit a telephone pole. The pole was broken in two by the impact. Huntley High Awards D. A. R. Citizenship Award Bon¬ nie Borhart Hausch & Ix)mh Science Award — Paul lx>hneis National Honor Society Awards - Seniors (Second Year) Bonnie Horhart, Raymond Cole, Phyllis Pedersen, David Frohling, Carol Diedrick, (First Year) Paul Loh¬ neis. Phyllis Howard. Juniors - Tom Runge, Sheila Hartrick, Dorothy Wasserstrass, American Legion Honor Awards- Carol Olson and David Frohling (winners) Bonnie Borhart and P. Lihneis (runners up). Girl's State Award Sheila Har¬ trick American I.*gion Auxiliary Boy's State Award -Larry John¬ son and Douglas Swanson) Ameri¬ can Legion Student Council Co-Presidents— Paul lyohneis, David Frohling. Valedictorian—Bonnie Borhart Salutatorian—Raymond Cole Service Club Awards - Senior.s—Bonnie Borhart, Phyll¬ is Pedersen. David Frohling, C^arol Olson, Ruth Isenhart, Judith Per¬ son, Mary Zemla. Juniors—Sheila Hartrick, Doro¬ thy Wasserstrass, Susan Maushak, Mary Scott. Sophomores-Patricia Hemmer, Diana Swanson, Marjorie Jensen, Gary Borhart, Emma Susong Freshman—Lonnie Swanson, D. Hemmer, Kathy Heiney, Ann Froh ling Yearbook Awards—Carol Olson, Editor; Karen Diedrick, Mary Redmer, July Person, Larry Kahl, Richard Zimmennan. 49th Annual O.G. A. Contest- sponsored by Today's Secretary— awarded the following shorthand students: Ortificates & Pins—Carol Ol¬ son. Violet Kahl, Renate Kuestner, Pins -Fern Kahl, July Person, Betty Sanwald. Certificates - Shirley Ackman. Judy Obenauf, Jean Zerbel, Mary Zemla, Mary Priegnitz, Velma Coughran, Bonnie Olson, Phillis Howard. Sth place plaque to classes. Mathematics Awards Raymond Cole, first winner — Mathematics Association of America; Paul Lo¬ hneis, runner-up; David Frohling, awarded for a high score. Librarian Awards — Ruth Isen¬ hart, Certificate & Pin; Certifi¬ cates to: David Hemmer, Shirley Ackman, Diane Drendel, Barbara Britton, Emma Susong, Sharon Miller, Karen Diedrick, Patricia Hemmer, Jean Gerbel. Award to Sheila Hartrick as the most outstanding Home Econom¬ ics student. F. H. A. Awards — Juniors degrees Diane Drendel, Connie Millerman, Barbara Fettes Patricia Zemla, Sandra Zimmer- map. Anne Frohling, Patricia Fox, Jean Seiler, Sharon Krause, San¬ dra Akerberg, Susan Remus, Ka¬ thy Heiney, Louise Hughes, San¬ dra McPherson, Joycs Bye, Diane Scott, Sandra Zimmerman, Linda Mursewick. Linda Seiler, Karen Seemann, Barbara Dammyer, and Carol Grxmer. Chapter Degree -Velma Cough- ran, Shirley Ackman, Jean Zerbel, Juanita I>rafall, Phyllis Schulz, Yvonne Schultze. Agriculture — F. F. A. Awards — Foundation Awards-- Swine production — Terry Hen¬ ning CONTINUED ON PAOE 6 NOTICE The seventy-sixth annual Hunt¬ ley High School Commencement program will he held tonight at 8 p.m. Thursday May 31 in the High School Gymnasium Baccaulaureate The prelude and the procession¬ al was the Coronation March by Meyerbeer. Mrs. Irene Palmer of Marengo sang "The Lord is My Shepherd and "Ave Maria" The sermon was by Rev. Lawerence J. Perkins and was entitled "Life that None Shall Take Away". The sermon dealt with the text of the Come That you may live and have it Abundantly. And the graduating class was reminded their. twelve years of school was given them by society in the hope that they could use this to have the abun¬ dant life and they were reminded also that this gift was valid only if they accepted-it. Mrs Perloy planyed Handels Postlude in G major for the recessional. LutherSi Bible School Vacation tJ^ Sch(X)I will be held at Tri^^ Ev. Lutheran Church June 4-15, Monday til Fri¬ day from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. Let's Learn About <3od" is the title of the course produced by Tho Lu¬ theran Church-Missouri Synod which will form the outline of in¬ struction in Bible Narratives, Hymns, Handicrafts and games. Everything is thoroughly Bible centered, and each day will open with devotions, held for all chil¬ dren, in the church. There are no enrollment fees, but a free-will offering will b(! received on Friday of each week. These monies will be used to de¬ fray the cost of the materials. All children ages three years through this year's seventh grade are invited to attend. Registration before the opening of the Vacation Bible School is not necessary. For further information call Rev L. F. Mueller, phone 669-4631. Howlett to Be In Woodstock Michael J. Howlett, stat Auditor of Public Accounts, will address the Young Democrates of Mc¬ Henry County at their annual din¬ ner Saturday evening, June 2, in the VFW hall at Woodstock. Herbert Franks, of Union, ch¬ airman of the Y.D.'s and William Giblin, county Democratic chair¬ man, said more than 300 are ex¬ pected to attend. "Howlett has been credited by ileading Illinois newspai)ers with reducing the cost of his office sub¬ stantially during the first year of his administration," said Chair¬ man Giblin.. "We know him as a forceful speaker, who has appeared in Mc¬ Henry County several times pre¬ viously. We hope he can give us a view of the state and federal issues at stake in the fall campaign." Memorial Day Services Tollway Info. Mr Wilpault Brill, President of the Village Board of Huntley to¬ gether with supervisors Bohn and Noland. attended the regular meeting of the advisory committee of the Illinois Toll road commis¬ sion and the rugular meeting of the members of the Illinois toll road commision at hinsdale, Illi¬ noi.s this day our senator Robert McClory A member of the advis¬ ory committee met us at hihsdale. We were introduced to chairman Scott of the advisory committy and several members of his com¬ mittee as well as the members of the toll road commission and their chief engineer, Mr. Jackson who presented an estimate of the costs of an interchange at the junction of the tollway and Illinois route 47, Mr Jackson's estimate includ¬ ed a recommendation that a Vi diamond installation seemed most acceptable as well as most econo¬ mical His figures follow. Earth removel grading and pave¬ ment SR'i.OOO.OO Signs & lights 15.00.00 Collectors buildings & Equipment $75,0(X).0O right of way $5,000.00 Total $180,000.00 Mr Jackson also presented a 1959 survey of traffic tolls and estima¬ ted the 1965 revenue based on this 1959 survey to be $77,000.00. Operating costs estimated $42,000 .00 24 hour toll collectors Power and light 1,000.00 Equipment and maintenance 1,000.00 Estimated not revenue $33,000.00 After the reading of this report senator McClory made a motion that The advisory committee adopt at it's repxort the report of chief engineer Jackson with regard to a proposed interchange at tho inter¬ section of the N W tollway and Illinois route 47 and that the ad¬ visory committee recommended the construction of the available as provided in the report of chief engineer Jackson. Chairman scott presented the mo¬ tion to the members of the ad¬ visory committee. The motion of Senator McClory was duly sec¬ onded and a note was then taken Chairman scott announced the passage of the motion This was a very interesting meeting efficient¬ ly conducted by (Chairman scott, with a very alert group of about twenty members present mostly legislators. We were extended every courtesy and attention and out impression is that our propisi- tion is in competent hands with all indications being favorable. Meet¬ ings of both the advisory commit¬ tee and the toll road commission are open and this matter should be followed up. Congregational Church School The Church will conduct a Vaca¬ tion Schofl)^ for the two weeks from JurMBth through June 22. Classes ^^r be daily, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. until noon for kindergarten (4 ..years old) through the sixth grade Classes for Junior High will be on Mon., Wed., and Friday afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00 all children in the comm^fck' are invited to reg¬ ister. ^P Legion Aux. Meeing June 5 The Tuntley American Legion Auxiliary meeting orginally sched¬ uled for Monday, June 4, has been changed to Tuesday June 5 at the regular time of 8 oclock. This is tho final Huntloy American Legion Auxiliary meeting for the 1962 season. President Lima Tessendorf requests that all members be pres¬ ent for this special meeting. At this meeting the American Legion Auxiliary will rocieve their new United States Flag and Auvillary Flag. There will be a ceremony retiring the old colors. Ten new members will also be initated at this meeting. There will be a pre¬ sentation of years of service bars. Of special interest will be the hon- _ oring of senior members, who are members through W W I Veterans Refreshments will be served im¬ mediately following the meeting. The Huntley American Legion Auxiliary wishes to thank the peo¬ ple of Huntley for making possi¬ ble a very sueessful Poppy Day (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 Circus June 19th Mr Jerry A. Frazier, General Agent for the famous Cole Circus announced today that June 19th there will be in Huntley, Advance ticket sales will start Wednesday, June 10, and will be handled by the Huntley Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts who will receive a percen¬ tage of the profit for selling these tickets. Show times are 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. rain or shine. A Calliope con¬ vert and epcyhants will be pre¬ sented to the public at twelve noon on the day of the show. Further details will follow in subse<iuent issues of the Farmside.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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