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giiG HUNTLEY ^"^''''^^ VOLUME 3 — NTMBER 7 THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1963 PHOVE: 312-669-5621 (any time) (If no anwser) 815^4,59 0998 I FILS .ZY III r\ ^ci' ' V , 1 u L I'AC.ES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY Pnr l)»m» Women^s League Winners The D.G. Home Improvement team of Carpentersville, sponsored by Don¬ ald Goers, won first pliue, in the Huntley Women's Bowling Lea(fue. Members of the team are from left to right: Betty Mattingly, Arlene Mattingly, Dorothy (ioers, Marlys Paulson, and Vi Jurs. Superinte^plant Gahan Resigns Mr. M. E. Gahan tendered hte resignation at the May 11 regular board meeting. After ten years of service as Huntle^fc^gh School Principal and Unit ^^rintendcnt, he accepted Iho area superintend- cncy of the Lee Oiter Community Unit School system, comprised of two high schools and three ele¬ mentary schools at Paw Paw, Lee Onter, and Franklin Grove, Illi¬ nois. (Geographically, this is the largest school district in the State. He will havc fifty-one teachers and five principals; a full-time guid¬ ance man, an area nurse; an assis¬ tant superintendent, as well as man.v other non-professional work¬ ers under his sufK?r\ision. Mr. Gahan ropoi-ts: "I feel that Huntley's school system is pretty nearly at its peak of efficicncy-e.x- cept for a full-time guidance head and an industrial arts program-and I l)elievo this much larger system wUi offer a very interesting and in¬ triguing challenge to me after twenty-two jeare of educational Final School Calender CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE j Superintendents Gahan Resigns •. • May 18 Fresh-Soph Track moot at Central 4 p.m. Awards Night at 8:(X) p.m. May 21 Sr. Class picnic Fresh- Soph Track meet af McHenry. May 22 Comptometer demonstra¬ tion in Commercial Dept. Athletic Dinner, Trinity Lutheran Crhurch at 7:30 p.m. May 23 McHenry County Track Meet 6:30 p.m. 4th grade band in¬ strument demonstration. May 25 Track meet at Central at 4 p.m. May 26 G.A.A. picnic at Veterans Acres 10:30 to 2:30. May 27 Baccalaureate Service at 8:15 p.m. May 28 Grade School Graduation 8:15 p.m. May 28 & 29 H.S. semester exams May 29 7th and Sth grade schcwl dance 8-11 p.m. May 30 Memorial Da>- N'o school; Parade May 31 H. S. Commencement 8:1:'5 p.m. School will be held until 2 p.m. June 1 Students return for reiX)rt cards 8:45-11:00 a.m. (No cafeteria lunch served) School Board Meeting The meeting of Ihe Hoard of Education was called to oi-der with the President M. B. Weber, All the following answered present: Mac- kalK-n, Weber, Adams.. Korwin Kunde, Zimmerman, and Schultz. None absent. A motion made by Mackeben. seconded by Schultz to approve the minutes as read. Motion car¬ ried unanimously. Motion made by Kundo and seconded by Adams to pa.\' the Vo¬ cational Bill for the sum of $200.00 Motion cari-iod unanimously Motion made by Schultz and sec¬ onded by Kunde to accept the res¬ ignations of Donald Hertel and Vernon Anue. effective as of the end of the school term. Motion carried unanimously. Motion made by Mackeben .sec¬ onded b>- Korwin to accept the resignation of M. E. (jahan, effec¬ tive as of June :'.(), 1962. Motion carried unanimously. Motion made b\' Zimmerman and seconded by Adams to increase Leona Bungards salary SIO ]>vr month making a total of ,'5410. Motion carried unanimously. Motion mail^by Mackbon and seconded by ^^"win to increase the subsitutes^Tachers pay to a S17.50 per day after an extended period of five consecutive days for tl jMijiii twnnhnr Mnljm rarriefi Final PTA SRTsnsf? Legion Dance One of the Highlif^hts of the American Lepon Dance held last Saturday Night wms the naming of a broom girl hold here hy Tom Spates, who was the author of the Idea. John McCormaek, a local artest, did the art work on her face and Stan Cook asembled her. unanL . M6tion made by Zimmerman and seconded by Kunde to award Donald Barrett a contract for teaching Voc^^ial Ag. for a sum of S8.029.00 1^B8 centjs per mile for travel ej^Kse instead of 7 cents. Motion was carried unani¬ mously. President M. B. Wetxn- aptwint- ed the following committees: Grounds committee Wayne Zim¬ merman, Finance (Committee Geo- Adams, Transportation Committee Adelin<- Kunde, Educational Com¬ mittee Ida Mackel>en, Building committee Robert Schultz, Health and Welfare Committee Audrey Korwin. Motion made b\ Adams and seconded hy Zimmerman to award Forest Campbell a contract for next year as commencing; June 1, 1962 a"nd ending May 31. 1963, for a sum of iS.'S.'^OO.OO. Motion car¬ ried unanimousl.\-. Motion made by Adams and sec¬ onded by Schultz to award Alex Slowtowski a contract for next year commencing July 1, 1962 and ending June 30. 1963, for a sum of $4800.00. Motion carried unani- mosuly. Motion made to a d j o r n by Adams and seconded by Korwin. Meeting stood adjorncd. NOTICE The first Rrade of the Hunlley Grammer SchcMil will entertain the Kindergartin on Friday May 18th with a [wrlormance and May Polo Dance. Mothers of the first grade are invited. Music Events Calender Music E\ ents by Roger A. Perley May 23 Instrument Dis))li)\; 8:1.') Music R<3om of School May 29 Grade 8 Graduation; Sen¬ ior Band May 30 Memorial Day Parades; Senior and Cadet Bands June 2 Harvard Milk Day Parade; Senior and Cadet Bands Meeting by Roger A. Perk'.v The Huntley PT.A. held their 261st meeting on May 9, 1962, at 8:10 p.m. in the Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools Cafeteria, Huntley, Illinois. President Mary Cole Jr., opened the meeting; Secretary Perley read the previous meeting's minutes, they were ai)pro\ed; Treasurer r<unge gave the treasurei-'s report. Mrs. Manning presented the summary report of the Nominating Committoo. The presidential candi¬ date recommended was Mrs. L. Perkins. She was elected president for the 1962-1963 P.T. A. year. The bake sale received proceeds totaling around $147.00. The Huntley P.T.A. donated .?25.()0 to the .school's Music De¬ partment for Camp Scholarship ase. Moved by Miss Crowley; sec¬ onded by Mrs. Conley; carried. Mr. Delaney. grade school prin- cii)al, installed the 1962-63 P.T.A. officei-s: Mrs. Perkins, president; Mrs. Kojwell, vice president; Mrs. Koi)sell, vice-president; Hrs. Her¬ nandez, treasurer; and Mr. Perley secretary. Mr. Perely presented a summar.s' report of the pilot project Adult Education Interest Classes. The meeting was then adjourned. Mrs. Barrett introduced Mr. and L)(lUCLi|¥..L.MailoiM0..MT7bnw.i.Ji"»i«<' Girl's Stater Announced .American Legion Auxiliar>' • • ¦ ¦ .Mrs. Limi Te.ssendorf, President of Huntle\ Unit American I>egion Auxiliarj- IJnit No. 673 announced that -Miss Sheila Hartrick, a stu¬ dent of the Junior cla.ss at Huntley High School has t>een selected to attend mini Girls State, a .seminar in government and good citizenship to be conducted June 19 to June 26, 1962 on the MacMurray Col¬ lege in Jacksonville, Illinois. Miss Sheila Hartrick, a natural leader, wa-»„ •• 'evted by members of the sctafc, faculty and Mrs, May S. c becau.se of her in¬ tegrity-, coofrcrativeness, and schol- •ji'lir r- ' '" 1 \..iiui-iit—m- cerning their recent European trip that their family took. At>out 100 persons were in at¬ tendance. Refreshments were .served in the cafeteria following the meeting and program. NOTICE The Lions Club annual Athletic | Banquet will be held at the Hunt- | ley Lutheran Church May 22, at j 7:30 p.m. All those desiring to at- ] tend please contact any Lion Mem- j ber before Saturday May 19. Tic- ! kets may be purchased also at Chuck's Barber Shop. Letter win¬ ners and Cheerleaders will tx^ ad- nitted free. A fine program is in store. Guest si)eaker will be the coach of Whitewater College Whitewater Wisconsin. Parents, Friends, Boosters of Huntley High School are cordially invited to at¬ tend. the Future Homemakers of Ameri¬ ca Club for this year and also for next year, Spanish I Club, Junior Cla.ss play, ^nd the Sunday School secretary ^Bfccr church. Local .fi^Trican Legion Auxili¬ ary Units, expressing Americanism and dedicated interest in future citizens, serve as sponsors to the 486 Junior high school girls ,who annually attend Illini Girls State. For an entire week experienced Auxiliary meml)ers guide and in¬ struct the girls in the functions of state government, select well-bal¬ anced menus for the girls, and fur¬ nish volunteer trained nurses who (-xamine the girls upon arrival and remain to minister health meas¬ ures. Former girl staters serve as cou¬ nselors to gi'oups or "cities" of twent.v-five girls and five mature Auxiliary members suix-rvise ac- tivit.v in the "counties". As the COXTIXl ED ox PAGE THREE Prom Royalty The annual Jr.-Sr. Prom was held on May 5, 1962, in the Hunt¬ ley School Gymnasium. Tho theme of the Prom was "Lure of the Is¬ lands" and was built around the Hawaiian Islands. The decoratioas were very pretty and enjoyed by all. The crowning of the King and Queen took place around 11:00. Bctt\- Sanwald was chosen as the Queen and Marvin Whitaker as the King. The court consisted of Judy Person, Paul Flohneir, Bon¬ nie Borhart, Dave Frohling, Carol Olson, and Richard Zimmerman.
|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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