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gk HUNTLEY "3^"*^'^^ VOLUME 2 — NUMBER 44 THITISDAV, FEBRUARY 1, 1962 PHOVE: 312-6695621 (any tbne) (If no anwser) 815-459-0998 ?.:USIC DEPT. HUNTLEY •!fa:-' SCliOOL HUNTLEY. ILL G PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY BeFerOapf Facts & Figures It was decided during a special meeting of the Huntley School Board Friday evening, January 26, that the school calendar will be officially changed as follows; in¬ stead of having Thursday and Monday at Easter time for vaca tion, there will be school on those two days which will correct the school calendar as required by the State Department of Education making a total of 176 days of at¬ tendance during the school year. The last day of school, provided there arc no closings of school due to emergency will be be June 1. High School commencement will bo held on Thursday, May 31, at the Huntley Consolidated School gymnasium. Baccalaureate will be held Sunday, May 27 The calendar for school events will be published in advance the first week of every month for events to take place the following month. Tho calendar for February is the following: FACTS A FIGURES CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR January Lions by Roger A. Perley January 9, 1962. Sixteen mem¬ bers were present to start the 1962 year of the Huntley Lions. One guest was present, Mr. Dennis O'Brien A Salisbury steak dinner vvas enjojed by the Lions as pre¬ pared by the Huntley American Legion Auxiliary. The treasurer's and secretary's reports were given by Lion Thurow, accepted. January 28, 1962 is the date of the North Aurora Lions Annual Bowling Tournment. Lions Cole, Weber, Chesak, Meyer, Thurow, and Macgher will represent tho Huntley Lions. An invitation was lo be extended the the Union Lions for the next January meeting. On Sunday, January 21, 1962, between 1 and 5 p.m., the West Suburban School for Retarded Children, at Lombard, will be open for guests. Lions Kelly and Thurow will conduct Lions Club visitations to nearby Lions Clubs. Lions Perely and Delaney were put in charge of a drive to get old, unused eyeglasses Any local person that may have such eye- CONTINIED ON PAGE 2 JANIARY LIONS ToUway Data I Adult Ed. Class The Toll Highway Commission¬ ers adopted a resolution on Mon. to study the feasibility of an Inter¬ change at the intersection of Rt. 47 and the Northwest Tollway, at its meeting on Monday in Hinsdale. State Sen. Robert McClory (R- Lakc Bluff), a member of the Toll Highw aj- Advisorj- Commission, ac¬ companied by Supervisor Ernest Bohn of Woodstock, representing the McHenry County Board, pre¬ sented petitions of more than 4,500 McHenry County residents at the commission meeting. Sen McClory pointed out the rapid increase in population in McHenry County, and the need for this improve¬ ment. Sen. McClorj- reviewed the 2- year long demand for this Route 47 intei'change, and the growing public interest to be sened b.y CONTINUED ON PAGE6 TOLLWAY DATA To Spealc To Young £)emo. Credit Union Dinner The Honorable Francis S. Lor¬ enz, Treasurer of the State of Illinois, will speak in Union, Illi- : nois on February Sth, 1962 at the : Legion Hall at 8:30 P.M. it was ! announced by the McHenry Coun- ' ty Young Democrat.s today. Mr. Lxjrenz who was appointed State Treasurer in August of 1961 by Governor Kerner had previous¬ ly served as the Treasurer of Cook County, gaining much disstinction I for re-organizing that office into I one of the most efficient in the ! United States. j Tho meeting in Union, Iliinois i which will be attended by other I Democratic candidates is open to ! the public, and refreshments will be served. Ray Kelley, Sect, of the Huntley Community Credit Union, is plct above with some of the prizes that were awarded at the Annual Credit Union Dinned held on January 18. Dave Chilver, State Marketing ex tension specialist, from the Un¬ iversity of Illinois will be present at this weeks Adult - Farmers management course. Professor Culver will discuss with the Huntley farmers "ine Milk Market €md Management Today." Take part in this weeks meeting and learn what can be done in the area of mild market¬ ing. Meeting time is 8:(X) P.M., Thursday Feb. 1st in the High School Agriculture Room. Remaining meetings in the course include the following: February 1, The Dairy Market February 8, Strontium 90 and fall¬ out in milk February 15, Management of Soils and Proper Land Use. February 22 What's New in Crops and Fertilizer. March 1 Grain Marketing and Storage March 8 Proper Milking and Milk¬ ing Procedures. Citizen's Day Huge Success The State Bank of Huntley held a senior citizens day last Monday night. The evening was a huge success with many of Huntley's senior citizens attending. The officers of the social securi¬ ty system explained to the people present the workings of our gov¬ ernments social security system. A film was shown. The directors of the State Bank of Huntley were present and acted as grecters. Following the meeting, refresh¬ ments were served by Mrs. Ger¬ trude Koppen, hostess of the eve¬ ning. This Friday, February 2nd, the social security office from Elgin is sending a man down from 1:00 to 3 (X) to meet with anyone intetest- ed in knowing more about the benefits of social security. Indi¬ vidual interviews will be granted. The State Bank of Huntley urges anyone who wishes to make an appointment fo call them at 669- 2411. Shamrocks Win January P. T. A. by Roger .\. I'crley The 258th meeting of the Hunt¬ ley P.T.A. took place Wednesday evening, January 17, 1962, at Huntley Consolidated Schools. President Marj- Cole oiK'ned the secretary's report was presented by Roger Perley, accepted; and the treasurer's report was given by Carl Runge, accepted. The County P.T.A. meeting was held January 18, 1962, at Johns¬ burg School McHenry; the topic of discussion was Child Guidance. Notice was gi\en that station WREX-TV is presenting a series of programs entitled What's Hap- CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE JANUARY P.T.A. MEETING Lihrary Plans Discussed The Huntley Community Service Group held a special meeting last Monday night, January 29, at the Huntley American Legion Home. Ten members, making a quarum, were present. The minutes from the previous meeting of October were read and approvd followed by the main order of business that of discussing future library plans for the village. Mrs. E. W. Tessen¬ dorf, president of the Huntley Community Service Group, re¬ ported on a letter sho received from the Fox Valley Regional Library, The letter is as follows: CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE LIBRARY PLANS DISCUSSED Huntiey at Harvard Jan. 17, 1962 Huntley Williams lOFg, 3Ft. 5Fta, 3Pf. Reams 2Fg, IFt, SFta, 2Pf. Polacek 2Fg, OFt, OFta, 5Pf. Roewer 4Fg, 2Ft, 6Fta, 4Pf. Hansen 2Fg, OFt, OFta, IPf. Anderson 7Fg, 9Ft, 11 Ft a, 4Pf. Har\ard Edens 8Fg, OFt, IFta, 4Pf Borth IFg OFt, OFta, IPf. Robinson .3Fg, IFt, 4Fta, 5Pf. Ruppert 4Fg, 9Ft, 15Fta, 4Pf. Jones 7Fg, OFt, OFta, OPf. Score by quarters: HUNTLEY 15-30-52-69 HARVARD 11-33-48 66 PTA Postponed Oridinarilly tho PTA meeting is held on the second Wednesday of each month during the school year. Heoever, tho Huntley Grade School Bas"ketball Tournament is scedulod for the second week of February, and, so as not to be in competition, the PTA meeting has been [)ostiK)nod until the third Wednesday, which is the 21th. of February. The speaker for tho meeting will be Dr E. S. Hernandez, who will address the groupc on the subject. *'Thc Problems of the Practice ot Medicine in Small Rural Areas." The PTA is open to aii who are interested, not those who arc eith er parents or teachers. Dr. Her¬ nandez's message will be of inter¬ est to the entire Huntley com¬ munity. A(fdit!onal information and a reminder of the date of the meeting will appear in a later elition of tlio Farmside. Installed at United Church A service of installation of new¬ ly elected Deacons and Deacon esses was held at the United Church of Christ last Sunday. Mr. Donald Glissendorf and Mr. John Rugh were made Deacons for a three year term. Following this service the con¬ gregation approved a resolution tusfrom the Board of Deacons and Deaconesses (Diaconate) and ele¬ cted Mr, Vernon Haines Deacon CONTINIED ON PAGE6 INSTALL.'VTION Farm Roivlers Tournament Count.v bowlers open firing in the non-handicay bowling tournament on Saturday, February 10. Be¬ cause of the broad interest in bowl¬ ing among farm men and women, tho representatives in six classes in two divisions-open class and young adult. The one-day tourney will have four t^ONTINX'ED ON PAGE6 TOURNAMENT United Church Campaign The United Qiurch of Christ is conducting a Visitation Evangel¬ ism campaign in the Huntley com¬ munity during the week of Feb. 4-llth. This campaign, headed by a committee of the Deaconate con- siting of Mr. Albeit Boncosky and Mr. Helmuth Throw, is designed to promote the witness of the CTiurch to newcomers and the un¬ churched of this area. John Weltzien, son of Mr- and Mrs. Wendell Weltzien, owners of the Bowl-Hi Lanes, recently bowled a 252 game. John is 10 years old. This picture wa-s taken at his birthday party two weeks ago. John boiled a 187 that day.
|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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