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'^' HUNTLEY 'Sf*'^'^^ VOLUME 3 — NITMBEU 16 THURSDAV, JULY 19, 1963 PHONE: 312669-6621 (any time) (If no anwser) 815-4.59()998 SC.MOOI. FILE MUNTLEY illGH SCHOOL MUNI LEY. ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTKIBIITEU WEEKLY 5c PER COPY Construction Along Rt 47 Shown above is some the construction being carried on south of Huntley on Rt.47. Election Schednle The dates and places for annual community ASCS elections were recently announced by Walter E. Austin, Office MajK^r in Mc¬ Henry County. t|^/' members and two alternates will be elected in each community. One of the three meml)er» will he chosen Chairman, and will become the delegate to the County Convention to be held July 3MMt Community comi^B .>men serve on year terms and help administer ASC farm programs at the local level by e.xplaining program re¬ quirements to their neighbors. They al.so make recommendations to the county office. AU township elections will be held the week of July 17th through July ^4(ii. They will all .start promptly at 8:00 p.m. Tho dates and places are as follows: Grafton and Algonquin town¬ ships at Huntley IBowling Alley (basement) Tuesday Jtily 17, 1962 CONTINUED ON I'AGE THKEl!] American Leg. & Aux Install Officers The Huntley American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will hold their annu«r JtMtAtlatMa of officers this Saturday night. Continued on page 5 Farmers Receive Farmers in McHenry, Boone, and Lake counties are receiving checks totaling $18.379.(X), as divi- tleiid.s on their stock in the Federal l,and Bank Association of Wood- sto<:k. according to an announce¬ ment made today by Thomas L. Fre)', manager. ThLs dividend was declared by the board of directors of the as¬ sociation at its last meeting, pay¬ able to its member-stockholders of CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE School Board Meeting The School Board members of Huntley Consolidated School met Friday evening, July 1,3 for their regular monthly meeting. After the reading and approval of the minutes of previous meetings of June 8, June 11, and June 14, nec¬ essary fund transfers required by law were also approved. Preparation for the new school year was begun. Registration for all students will take place the last week of August with the starting date set for Tuesday, Septeml)er 4th. Rental of books and insurance fees Will rema;n the same. The Financial Report was pre¬ sented by E. Stading, Secretary. The resignation of Mr. Carl Polr acek was accepted as of June 16. He has been our Assistant Coach and also taught Social Studies. Five new typewriters were pur¬ chased as replacements for Miss Martin's classes. There was some discussion re¬ garding the necessity of purchas¬ ing a new scl^S'.bus. After curre^p.^lls were checked and approved, the meeting was ad¬ journed. lewMK Post Mast^Klchard Michelson announced toOTBi*^that a change in schedule has been made for mail delievery in Huntley. Out-of-Town mail coming into Huntloy will now arrive V2 hour earlier than it has in the past. Postmaster Michelsen said that this means that both Boxholders and Rural Route Pa¬ trons will receive their mail % hour earlier then usual. The Post office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday with the exception of Thursday when the hours are 8:30 till noon. 10 Vic For Miss. McHenry Co. Title Appearing both in formals and swim suits, 10 Miss McHenry County, 1962 candi¬ dates will undergo final judging at the McHenry County Fair on Thursday night, August 2. Pictured above the contestants are from left to right: Row 1 Judy Conway,. Woodstock; Joyce Gulley, Crystal Lake; Midge Qblrich, Harvard; Carrol Fevrier, Crystal Lake Plaza; Roberta Carlson, Marengo. Row 2: Pamela Hansen, Cary; Phyllis Peterson, Hebron; Renate Kuestner, Huntley; Marion Lhotka, Fox River Grove; Gail Marquart, McHenry. (Don Peasley Photo). Hnntley Queen Candidate Renate Kuestner, Huntley's candidate for the Miss McHenry Co. title is pictured with Jim O'Connor, representative for the Huntley Lions Club, which is sponsoring Miss Kuestner. entertainment for the day Among those attending Huntley. Mrs. Arthi- .Garlicf, Mrs. Ferwick, 1^^^ Erwin Holtz Oldham, Mrs. Art Preignitz, Mrs. Roy Cowley, Mrs. Lawrence Fetts Mrs. Wilmer Rohlwing Mrs.- H. Grau, Mr»: Hdm-ThiuMi^ MbuvK Williams. Home Bureau McHenry County Homemakers Extension Association, formerly Home Bureau had their 44th an¬ nual meeting July 11, 1962 at Har¬ vard 111. Moose Hall. T^m^^imbMm rutrntrnt wa*. held irv the morning with all officers present. Greetings were given "by Dr. Martha Dunlap, Assistant Director Cooperative Extension service of the University of Illinois. She also Installed the new officers for the coming year. Reports of all last year officers were given. Luncheon was served by (he Ladies of the Moose at 12:30. The afternoon Program included a skit Topsy Turvey by the Dunham B. Sharps-AH Club-leaderS Mrs. Maynard McCuUough and Mrs. Robert Davidson of Harvard Mi.ss Marporie Zarnstorff Daii-y Prin¬ cess for 1962 was introduced by Mr. Henry Edgerton. Meml)ers of units were models for the style review of Garment of Yesterday. There were 10 beauti¬ ful wedding gowns dating from 1884 to 1962 appropriate music by Mrs. Papenhagen of Richmond and Mrs. Rol)ert Gardener of Sol¬ on Mills. The Ladies who modeled gowns other than tho wedding gowns made us realize that women have always liked beautiful clothing. A Kitchen Band with singing of (iod Bless America concluded the from Ruth Mrs. Petitips rirculeated Persons having tho petition for The Library in the rural area are: Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Tessendorf, Mrs. Arihur Svoboda, Mrs. Clar¬ ence Kopsell. Mrs. Ward Plane, Mrs Harold Swanson, Mr. and Mrs Max Bundgard, Mre. Helm Thor- ow, Mrs. Harold Kunde, Mrs. J. McNitt, Mrs. William Palmei-, Mrs ' Irene Yure, Mrs. Dan Meyer Mrs. Harry Hughes, Mrs John Oliver, Mrs -Heiman Albrecht and Mrs. George Borhart. Those in the Huntley village are holding petitions are: Mrs. Floyd Will, Mrs Thomas Bjohi, Mrs Stan Koch Mrs Mazie Blott, Mrs. W. Zimmerman, Mrs. Roger Perley Mrs C. Ernesti Mrs George Adams Miss Lillian Hawley and Mrs Wal¬ ter Weltzien. There will be a petition available, at Schultz's Drug Store for those who have not had an opportunity The Big One Got Awav June Richards of Huntley, proudly displays the huge trmit ahe' cai^[^ on a recent fishing trip.
|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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