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^' HUNTLEY i'^"*^'^^ \'OLUME 3 -— NUMBER 88 -rflURSDAY, DEC. SO, 1962 PHOMVt S12;669-5621 (uy ttane) (If no anwser) 81S-469-O0B8 18 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED Huntley Says Merry Cbristmas : Winter Concert Flood In Church Basement rt Tra Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Tracy, cus¬ todians of the United Church of Christ Congreg:ation8d were con¬ fronted early Monday morning with one to three inches of water standing on the floors of the Church Social Hall and Education¬ al Rooms when thcy^^ne to open the building for the lH|tc kinder¬ garten class. Somehow a kitchen faucet had been left running into a stoppered kitchen sink the night before and had poured water over nearly all the upper floor and this had run down into the basement classrooms where it stood three in. deep in places. A crew of church trustees, school custodians and church teachers .soon had scooped out most of the water thus keeping the floor tile intact. Most of the dam¬ age w;)s done to kindergarten sup¬ plies and the church nursery and study rugs. Huntley Lions Club Meeting The Huntley Lions Club held their Annual Ladies Night Christ¬ mas Party at the Rendevous Res- tarant on Deceml)er 8, 1962. A fine meal was enjoyed by all of the members present, as well as hav¬ ing a small gift exchange. The Lions and Liones.ses felt that they had a very enjoyable time. The Lions will now be preparing for their part of the Children's Christmas Program that is to be held at the Huntley Schools on December 19, 1962. Planning is in progress to take a ti-ip to Chicago with the Lioness¬ es to se a musical at possibly the Schubert Theatre. Dean's Milk Christmas Party sc«?ool file J!'j:jtley high school huntley. ill 6c PER COPY Friday Nigkt By ROGER A. PERLEY The Huntley Consolidated Grade SchooLs, Huntley, Illinois, will pre¬ sent their .\nnual Christmas Pro^"* gram on December 19, 1962, at 8:00 p.m. All of the children And the teachers have been prepanng for this program rather busilj(. Mr. G. Delane.\- will open the program and act as Master of | C'eremonics. Mr. T. Kelly will de¬ liver the opening prayer and mtdce an introductory speech. Mrs cille Perely will present the or; accompaniment and musical inter¬ lude; and the singing will Jlfff di-^ rectod by Mi's. Roger Perleyl TTiM organ will be furnished by the Me" Elliott Music Center, De Kalb.^l. Various characters pagticipatiAg in the program are Father Time, Herolds, Night and Day, and Miss Christmas. ativity Scene of Cong. Church 4 based on the t the year" ear and con- Kjmer- The program is Holidays Through beginning with Nf-^ tinuing on to CH . garten, Mi-s. Heifers teacfa^t^will sing the "New Ye^f's So fiftK¦gi-adem, Mps-T' ' Eggers teachers, will sing ing of the Green' and "Macna- mar's Band' in raf«rd to St. Pat¬ rick's Day; the t'Tagraders, Miss Conley and Mi-s.^'^nesti teachers will sing "Washington and Lincoln and "Will you ho my valentine" in relation to holidays of Febru¬ ary; the second grades, Mrs Hemer and Mrs Berkley teachers, will sing "Easter Song" and "Here Comes Peter Cohttontail" based on the Easter Season; the fourth graders, Miss Price and Mrs. Ream tcachei-s, will sing "The Flag" and "Yankee Doodle" based on the Fourth of July; the first gradere, Mrs. Little and Miss Crowley teachers, will sing "Ghosts on the Stairs and "Mr Jack-o-Lantem" based on Halloween; "The Sled Song" and "Come Ye Thankful People" will l>c signifying the Win¬ ter Season and Thanksgiving, they will be presented by the sixth graders, Mr. Alborg and Mr. Lowe teachers; the seventh and eight graders will sing "Silver Bells" and "Silent Night", Mr. Mittle, Mr. Ream, Mr. Bennett and Mr. Sigler teach ers, sgniying the Christmas season. Miss Doody, girls' physical education teacher has t)€en gi\ing some of the groui» help in preparation of some dances in relation to their holiday portraL Miss Martin is in charge of Pro¬ grams between each grade presen¬ tation, several Christmas carols will be done community sing style; .song sheets will be provided per¬ sons in the audience. The con<fluding number will be sung by all of the children of the Huntley Grade School system; the first verse of the song will be a sfwcial holiday version based on the tune of "America", and then the first and fourth verses of the patriotic composition will be pre¬ sented. The Huntley Lions club will then introduce Santa Claus, and treats will he given to each child in attendance. Sports Mirrer By DAVE OLDHAM In the game against Richmond last Saturday night the Redskins came very close to a victory. With the game under way the team 'stai-ted showing their stuff, "ferry Henning, highpoint man for the Redskins, sank five buckets for his ten points in the first quarter. At the half the score stood a very close 18 for Richmond, 21 for Huntley. With the score jogging back and forth and both teams fighting hard the score at the 3rd quarter was 36-36. More action came in the 4th quarter and with about 1 second of play Terry Henning had a chance to put the game into overtime on a foul by a Richmond boy. With the crowd tense Terry's shot was no good. The final score Richmond 51 and Huntley 49. A loss on the varsity's part but the Frosh-Soph team de¬ feated Richmond's by a score of 32 to 29. So with a split decision on the game of Satui'day night the boys were looking for a win on Tuesday night. CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO Sports Acadamy Openings Congressman-elect Robert Mc- Clory today announced that he is anxious to hear from eligible young men residing in the 12th Illinois Congressional Distjice (comprising Lake, McHenry and BooiK' Counties) who are interest¬ ed in gaining admission to the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colorado, for the year beginning in June, 1963. Two openings will be available at that time for appointment by the newly elected Congressman. Congressman McClory stated that he aims to nominate young men who desire a career serving their country in the Air Force. Successful completion of the four- year Academy course leads to a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the regular Air Force. Basic eligibility requirements are that the applicants (1) be at least 17 years of age and not have pass¬ ed the 22nd birthday on July 1, CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO Commiiitity Servic^pErroftp Meeting The monthly meeting of the Huntley Ofthmunity Service Gp. took place at 8:00 p.m. at the Huntley American Legion Home on December*m 1962. President Tessendorf !*v |ding. Secretary Blotz read the^imutes of the pre¬ vious meeting. Motions were en¬ tertained to pay the bills of the re¬ cent Library Di.strict Election that failed. All bills were approved, and paid by Treasurer Bonkosky. Mr. Wells brought forward the idea of help with the Huntley Medical Center. The future meet¬ ing of January 2, 1962, will be con¬ cerned with the Huntley Medical Center, and support for such. Mr. Perely introductad Mr. H. Slack, Crystal Lake, who is the Lay President of the McHenry Junior College Survey Group. Mr. Slack then introduced three of his associates. A discussion was then held concerning the future survey concerning the possibility of a junior college for McHenry County It was mentioned that the main concern of the Lay Committee is to take a Survey of the need and desire for a junior college for Mc¬ Henry County. It was pointed out that it is tenetatively planned that with the state aid, and through local tax support in the county, that student enrollment in the junior college will be set at a no cost fee (other than book rental, laboratory fees, etc), A tape re¬ cording of the discussion was made it is hoped that at some future P. T. A. meeting it may he used to answer some basic questionsas concerned with the junior college question for McHenry County. It was pointed out that Huntley ia the only McHenry County dis¬ trict not represented on the Lay Committee yet. Notice The Huntley American Legion announced today that they are hav¬ ing a New Years Eve party for the general party. See ad for futher details.
|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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