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^' HUNTLEY '^'^''^' THURSDAV, SEPT. 20. 1962 VOLUME .S — NUMBER 25 PHONE: 312-669-5621 (any tlin«> (If no anwser) 8151-4.59-0998 GC.'IOOL FILE ¦iUNTLEY -na:! school HUNTLEY. ILL 2 SECTIONS — 32 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 5c PER COPV Lihrary Discontinued Tho Huntloy Community Service Groui) regrets to report that the Bookmobile Service to Huntley is no longer available. Due to fhe failure of the refer¬ endum on Bookmobile Service to Hano\er township on September 15 the Fox River Valley Regional Library will cease to provide Bookmobile Service to all areas in¬ cluding Huntley. During the 20 months of service to Huntley 11,080 books were cir¬ culated here. We are sure all the people in the Huntley Community will join the Community Service Group in thanking tho Fox River VallcN Regional Library for their splendid service. Plans for the referendum on our Huntley Library District continue unchanged. A court hearing on our petitions is set for 11:00 A.M. on October llth in Woodstock. Hunt¬ ley can still have its LIBRARY. Route 47 '\j/\ Road Approved The Toll Road at Route 47 near Huntley has been approved, ac¬ cording to State Senator McClory who was on the ccaamittee. Now all that stands in t ^^ay of the clover leaf entrance to the toll- way is money, most of which will come from the state and some of which will come from tho county, for .some of tho road work. II was, however, conceded that tho proposed entrance to tho toll load will pay its own way when il Is conipletcd. .ScptcmlMT i:;, I%2 Mr. Harlc.N- MacklxMi Chairman, McHenry County Board of Supervisors 117 North Church Street Huntlc>. Illinois Dear Harley: Supplementing my remarks to the McHenry County Board re¬ garding the propo.scd interchange nt Illinois Route 47, I am pleased to refer to a portion of the re¬ marks of Chairman Charles Bur- CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX -NOTICE-- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb of Huntley have just purchased the Dutch Maid Laundromat and Dry- cleaners at the Conor of Woodstock and Main in Huntley. The lamb's took o\cr the establishment Thurs. Sept. 20 and will rename it "The Huntloy Laundromat and Dryclean er". Mr. Lamb will continue his barber business as well. 40 &) 8 Sale Of Magazines The annual 40 & 8 Nurses Sch¬ olarship Drive is on again. Repre¬ sentative of the National Service Origanization will cover this area offering magazine subscriptions. They may be identifiedby creden¬ tials signed by the following 40 & 8 officers — Hugh Seymore, Hor- old Vycitel, and Charles Frisch — and by authorization from the Sh¬ eriff's Dept. Any Proceeds derived from this effort will be used for Nurses sch¬ olarships and Hospital Equipment. 1962 Huntley Redskin Foothall Team Huntley Drops 1st Foothall Grame The score of the Huntley-Rich¬ mond football game played last Friday night, September 14, was 26 to 0 in favor of Richmond. Ac¬ cording to Coach Barry, funda¬ mental mistakes such as bad tim¬ ing, fumbles, and poor centering la couple of punts went over the l)untcr's head and wore covered bj the other team) wore the causes of the lo.s.s. This week the team will be working lo correct Ihe mistakes. On Septembor 21. Hebron will play hero al 8:00 P M. This will bo the first home game. Coach Barr)' hopes that a large turnout COXTIM ED ON I'AiJE SIX Meeting Of Feed Dealers 27 feed dealers from Illinois met at the Brwl — Hi last Tuseday Evening, Sept. 18 to lissen to a re¬ port given by Dr. Rayce Hinton from the Ag. dept. of the Univer¬ sity of Illinois. Dr Hinton discuss¬ ed the "Farm outlook for the Next Year". A delious roast beef dinner was also served. Huntley Lions Cluh Meeting by R. A. Perley The Huntley Lions Club opened a now year with a meeting on September 11, 1962 at the Ameri¬ can Legion Home. About 20 mem¬ bers were present to enjoy the chicken dinner served by the American Legion Auxiliary, After enjoying the dinner, the meeting was (yjened by Lion Presi¬ dent Marlowe. Lion Secretary Treasure Thurow presented his respective reports. Many aspects of business were discussed con¬ cerning future events of the Huntley Lions. The first major project concern¬ ing the group will be the Annual Trap Shoot and Gun and Hunting Prizes. The Trap Shoot has been dated for Sunday, October 28, 1962 LE^AL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a Petition has ^^n filed in the County Court .^^IcHcnry County, Illinois, requesting the County Judge of said Court to call an election, to determine whether or not tho electors residing within the following described territory, viz: Brt:inning at a point in tlic intersection of the west line of Srclion 2 and the North line of Twp. No. 43 North Range 7 East of the Third Fiincipal Meiidian ialso known as Grafton Twp.' in McHenr>- County. Illinois; thence west along tho North line of said Twp. 43 to its junction with the North line of Twp. No. 43 North Range 6 East of the 3rd Principal Meridian (being Coral Twp.) McHenry County, Illinois; thence continuing west along tho North lino of said Coral Twp. to the West line of Section 2 thereof; thence south along the West lines of Sections 2-11-14-23-26 & 3.5 in said Twp.; thence east along South linos of Sections 35 & 36 to the West lino of Grafton Township aforesaid; thence south along the West lino of Twp. No. 42 North Range 7 East of the .Srd Principal Meridian (being Jutland Tw-p.> in ,l<anc County. Illinois to tho SoiUh line of Section 18 thereof; thence east along said South line of Section 18 and along tho South lines of Sec¬ tions 171615 of said Twp. to tho East line of said Section 15; thence north along the East lino of said Section 15 to the South line of Section n of said Twp.; thence east along the South lines of said Section 11 and of Section 12 of said Twp. to the East lino of Rutland Twp. aforesaid; thence north along the East line of said Rutland Twp. to its junction with the East line of Grafton Twp. aforesaid; thence north along the East line of said Grafton Twp. to the South line of Section 12 thereof; thence west along the South linos of said Section 12 and of Section 11 of sad Twp.; thence north along the West lines of Secndh' 11 aforesaid and of Section 2 of said Twp. to the place of beginning, all in McHenry and Kane Coun¬ ties as per plat attached. Desire to establish a Public Library therein; and to establish a maximum tax rate for such pur¬ pose. That the Judge of the County Court has set llfh day of Octo¬ ber. 1962 at 11 o'clock in the fore¬ noon for a hearing on the sufficien- c.\ of said Petition, as provided by the Statute of the State of Illinois and that any interested party may ap[)car and ho heard in that re¬ gard on that date. Dated September 20th 1962 James H. Cooney Judge of County Court of McHenry Countv, Illinois MeetMg of Huntley PTA by R. A. Perley " President Rot>erta Perkins open¬ ed the meeting. The Pledrfip the Flag was giv¬ en. ^^ Secretary Roger Perley read the meeting minutes of the previous meeting; they were approved. Tho Treasurer's report was given by Mr. Perley; it was approved. Vice President Aldoris Kopsell read notes of the Excutive (Com¬ mittee Meeting. D Six meetings will be held except in October duo to the Vari¬ ety Show, in December because of the Christmas Program or in April duo to Easter. 2) A scholarship or the P.T.A. Educational Grant will again be awarded. .'U Mr. Delaney is the chairman CONTINITED ON PAGE THREE Ben Franklin Comnting To To-wn Mr. Joe Rliwo, pictured above, announced today that he will Mon be opening a Ben Franklin Stort on Main St in Huntley. Mr. Rizso went on to say that the reason for opening this store was to enable tbe peo|^e of Huntley to purchas Items which previously were onobtainaMein Unm ti a price equil to any other Ben Franklin Store out of town.
|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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