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mc HUNTLEY ^<^>^' THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1861 VOU7MK S—NO. 2 BMUey Otti — O. L. 4W-«M8 HOMB PHONE 4S»-40S8 8 PAGES MADUDD AND DISTBIBUTED WBtUklX 2 ND. RECORD VOTE THIS WEEK! Sckool Board. Elec. Returns Last Saturday's School Board election brought out 405 people to voto.This , as the township election, the Tuesday previous, was a record turnout for modern times. John Mc¬ Clintock, Agnes B. Frohling, and George Ames were elected to the board. The results were: John McClintock, 233 Agnes B. Frohling, 298 George Ames, 191 George Devea, 164 Glen H. Cole, Jr., 151 George H. Tinberg, 128 Last year four people ran for the school board, two were to be elected. The two winners, Ida C. Mackeben and Wayne E. Zimmer¬ man, received 157 and 152 votes respectively. Dave Rudy and Ger¬ aldine Bakely, the two who didn't get elected, received 145 and 134 votes respectlvley. In all, there were 299 votes cast and five ballots were spoiled. 1st Ontin^ For Jr. Color Gnard Pictured above are the ineiia>er8 of the American Legion Jr. Color Guard as Uiey i4>peared in the Frontier Days Parade in Crystal Lal<e last Saturday, April 8. Red Cross Fund Drive Mr. John F. Hochn, Chairman of the McHenry County Chapter o fthe American Red Cross Fund Drive for 1961 states at a report meeting of the board of directors of the Red Cross that so far the siun of $12,972.00 has ben raised in this County. This represents 40.3% of the goal which must be met if Red Cross is to continue its man yimportant and beneficial ac¬ tivities in this County. The following figures were re¬ leased : Alden, $210; Algonquin, $717 Car>-, $414; Crystal Lake, $2544 Fox River Grove, $376; Harvard $1946; Hebron, $92; Huntley, $843 Marengo, $426; McHenry, $479 Richmond, $679; Spring Grove, $28; Woodstock, $3062; Seneca Township, $219; Hartland Town¬ ship, $21; Greenwood Township, $382; Dorr Township (rural), $475; Wonder Lake, $59. Solicitation by mail is being made in McHenry, Hebron, Wonder Lake, Crystal Lake and Marengo in the residential areas. Mr. Hoehn suggests that perhaps many persons have received their letters and intending to slip a check into the envelope and return it, have neglected to do so. At this time, all persons intered In the continuance of Red Cross in this oCunty, should respond as gener¬ ously as possible. Feed Grrain Program Walter E. Austin, Office Man¬ ager of the McHenry County ASC office announced today that the 1961 Feed Grain Program is a vol¬ untary program of one year dura¬ tion and applies only to the 1961 crops of corn and grain sorghum. iho program requirements for a farmer to cooperate are to reduce his corn acreage a minimum of "<"% of his farm base, actual 1959- 1960 hisory average adjusted for adnormal conditions, or to a maxi¬ mum of the following three exam¬ ples: 1. If the base is 20 acres or less —enUre base. 2. If the base is 100 acres or less —20 acres plus 20%. 3. If the base is over 100 acres 40%. Mr. Austin further stated that the diverted acreage must be land that has ben tilled in the last three years and must be put in one of the following conservation uses: 1. Permanent type or rotation cover of grasses and legumes. 2. Temporary cover of grasses, legumes or small grains. 3. Water Storage. 4. Wildlife feed or habit planting. ¦5. Trees or shrubs. This diverted acreage must be In addition to the acreage of consent ing crops carried for the last two FEED GRAIN PROGRAM . . . (Continued on Pa^^e 7) CELAS Rnmntagc Sale The CELAS at the Congrega¬ tional Oiurch held their annual Rummage Sale last Tuesday at the C^ongregational Church. Pictured above, dressed in some of the hats and pocket books donated to the church for the sale, are Sunny Tes¬ sendorf, Esther Barton, Grace Scott, and FWnEhstrom. hTe F.F. held a candy sale also in connection with the Rummage Sale. District Music Contest The Illinois High Schol Associa- t'on District Music Contest for Class "D" Schools (determined by high school size) will be at Barring¬ ton High School, Barrington, 111., on April 15. The following students wil represent Huntley Consolidated High School: Nancy Urbach, flute solo; Phyllis Schultz, flute solo; Don Olson, trumpet solo; Mary Zemla and Betty Sanwald, clarinet duet; Nancy Urbach and Ruth Ann DeWitt, flute duet; Jeinne Kahl, piano solo; Bonnie Borhart, piano solo; Carole Rehberg, vocal solo; Donna Ketchmark, vocal solo; Ed¬ ward Ketchmark, vocal solo; Su¬ san Plane, vocal solo; Jeanne Kahl, vocal solo; and Jeanne Kahl, Susan Plane, and Ruth Ann DeWitt, vocal (Continued <mi Page 2) HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS . . . Conununity Service Cluk Work is progressing rapidly on the Huntley Community Service Group dinner to be held Sunday, April 30 at the fire station from 12 tUl 2. A roast beef dinner wlU be served by the group. To this date the following groups have do¬ nated their service, suplies, and manpower. The Huntley firemen donated use of the Huntley fire (Continued on Page 2) COM. SERVICE CLUB . . . Farmside Open House The Huntley Farmside held an open house last Saturday, April 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to ceieorate its first year of service to the vil¬ lage of Huntley. Around 40 people stopped in the ofice for free coffee and dmuta The Huntley Farmside wishes to thank all of our subscribers who have iMitronized us this year and are looking forward to seeing many more of you on our second anniversary next year. Spring Concert By ROGER A. PERLEY The High School Spring Concert presented by the Senior Band and Senior Chorus shall be at 8:15 p.m., April 14, 1961, at the Huntley Con¬ solidated School Gym, Huntley, 111. The featured selections by the band are: "Pompa And Circiun- stance," Op. 39, No. 1, by E. Elgar, ararnged by P. Sterrett, with duo- piano accompaniment; "Berceuse," from the "Firebird Suite," by I. Stravinsky, aranged by D. Wilson; "Wonderland By Night," by Klauss-Gunter Neuman, Donald Ol¬ son, trumpet soloist, Jeanne Kahl, accompanist; "Prince Valiant," by E. Ortone, Bonnie Borhart, student director; "Summer Holiday," by F. Erickson, Joyce Kopsell, student director; "Romeo And Juliet," the Love Theme, by P. Tchaikowsky, arranged by F. Erickson; "Gypsy Rondo," by F. Haydn, • aranged by L. Tayk)r, Nancy Urbach, flute soloist, Bonnie Borhart, accompan¬ ist; and "Citadel," by D. Bennett. The Senior (Thorus shall present: (Continued on Page 6) SPRING CONCERT.. . Democrats Plan Dinner The McHenry County Democrats wil hold their annual dinner Sat¬ urday, April 15 at the V.F.W. Hall in Woodstock at 6:30 p.m. Among the distinguished guests wiil be Fern Carter Pierce, state representative, Mr. Joseph Tum- pach. Democratic chairman of Du¬ Page county and Mr. Michael J. Howlett, auditor of public accounts. Mr. Howlett will be the principal speaker of the evening. William Giblin, of Marengo, ooun*y Democratic chairman, said Howlett wil analyze the work of the new Kennedy national admin¬ istration and relate it to the pro- grogs of the Democratic party in McHenry County. "Howlett has been a popular fav¬ orite of McHenry County Demo¬ crats for years," said Giblin. "We know hi mas a speaker of elo¬ quence and power who can drive home the issues of the day in a forceful manner. (CoBtlaiied on Page 7) McHENRy OO. DEMOCRATS . . . ^!^^»Al. Bake Salie Successful Louise^ Bakley and Rol>ert Staab are pictured above as Hiey woAed at the P.T.A. Bake Sale last Saturday, AprU 8. Facts Sl Figures By M. E. GAHAN 1. Mr. Neil Bennett recently at¬ tended a very important Reading Conference at Rockford, 111. 2. Mr. Donald Hertel attended a two-day mathematics conference last Friday and Saturday in Chi¬ cago. 3. Mrs. Joan Bennett has re¬ signed her seventh and eighth Soc¬ ial Science teaching position. 4. Miss (barter, our Northern Illi¬ nois State Home Economics super¬ visor visited the home economics department all day Thursday, April 6, and she reported that ev¬ erything was excellent, partially due to our purchasing of an auto¬ matic washer and dryer. She had many high praises of Mrs. Marilyn Clark. 5. 'The two teacher openings in the high school for next year have (Continued on Page 2) FACTS AND FIGURES . . . P.T.A. Bake Sale Outcome The oommittee wtsbes to tiumk everyone wno oaKcu goods and gave mamty donations. The sal? was a huge success. $1^.00 was taken in. We also wish to thank Heinemann Hardware for the use of their store. Thsnlcs again, The Committee Senior dass Play Soon TTie Seniors of Huntley tUffii School wil presoit a play, entitled, "The Groom Said No," on AjhtI 22 at 8 p.m. at the Huntley CoMOl- idated High School Qym. Do come and see this hilartoos comedy.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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