The Huntley Farmside
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^akmlde VOLUME 1—NO. 48 THimSDAY, JAN. 26, 1961 PHONE Himtley Smi — C. L. 4W-0MK HOME PHONE 4M-40S8 < «x I 6 PAGES W^(|TT.En AND DISTBIBUTED WEXXLT aermom Did You Go to Sckult^' Tkis Week Sckult^ Grrand Opening Deemed Success Schultz Drug Store enjoyed a very successful grand opening last Friday and Saturday, Jan. 20 and 21. Over 600 F)eoplc registered for tho four prizes awarded. Many people such as high school students who could not register, and adults who would -not register also at¬ tended the grand opening. In the two days 300 philod^ndron plants were given out to customers. Two hundred bags of free samples were given out and many free rolls of film were given out to all who brought their camera with them on Satui-day. Prizes were awarded to H. C. Garlieb who received a toaster, Ka^¦ Ackman who received a matching set of ladies' luggage; Anita Conley who received the bicycle, and Mrs. Anna Swanson of Rockford who reccivod the stero Hi-Fi table model. Many mefchants wished Schultz a succesful grand opening either through the full page ad Pl#ed in last week's Farmside wbkm^ wa* sponsored by Zimmenjian- <lJBd Kahler Contractors, HUDenuin Hardware, Hansen HeatHig' and Plumbing, Bakley, G. L.-Young, and Anderson Electric or thfough plants and flower bouquets 'which Schultz received from "Hansen Heating and Plumbing, Jl^uotley Cei:tified Foods. McKmiUn jioad Robbins of Chicago and the Huitt¬ ley State Bank. For the grand opening Schultz hired two fextra employees which were kept bUjiy at all times handing put th(^ free gifts and selling the redticed mer¬ chandise. One of the most interest- in;; facets employed at the store the two days was a tape recorder attached to a mat just inside the front door. When customers wal'ced in and stepped on the mat tho tape recorder would play and tell the customers of some spec¬ tacular buy at the store. 25 IVfeet oik Bond Issue Approximately 2.5 businessmen from Huntley met last Thursday night, Jan. 19, at the Village Hall to discuss the sower bond issue with the village board and en¬ gineer. The meeting enabled busi- mess to ask many questions which were on their minds on what the new proposed sewer would do for tho community. For the most part, Mr. Collins, city attorney, and Mr. Jolly, vil¬ lage engineer, answered the ques¬ tions. A map is available in the city hall and (if our picture turns out) will be printed in the Hunt¬ ley Farmside next wek to show all residents how the new sewer will effect them. Wek's Sportalk Huntley's basketbaW record slipped to 7 wins - 9 losses. Two. losses came at the hands of Kane- land's powerful Knights. In conference action, we enter¬ tained the Knights on Jan. 13. This game proved to be an exiting and high scoring duel. Our first quarter proved again to be our downfall. Kaneland grabbed an early lead and maintained it throughout the game. It wasn't un¬ til the last period, however, that thoy "iced' their victory. The final score was Kaneland 89, Muntley 74. This same night our Frosh-Soph squad posted a well-deserved vic¬ tory over Kaneland. This gave our fans something to be happy atwut. The second meeting with Kane¬ land occurred during the "Little. Continued on PagO' 2 WEB'S SPORTALK . .,. Prof.Rkode Sckeduled For Weekly Class Prof. G. S. (Dusty) Rhode, re¬ tired University of Illinois Exten¬ sion Dairymen, and now sire an¬ alysis! for N.I.B.C.O. will be fea¬ tured at the third meeting of the Huntley Consolidated School Adult Farmer Management Course. The topic for discussion with the Huntley farmers this Thurs¬ day, Jan. 26, is Economical Breed¬ ing of Livestock and How to Better Your Cattle Economically. Prof. Rhode fits into this discussion very well with his excellent background in livestock building. Come pro- pared with your qeustions. Here is a man you will enjoy listening and talking to. There have been an average of 30 farmers at the first three meet¬ ings. Fred Danner discussing the "economics o^ fertilizers," Otto Zicker and Ed Van DerVeen dis¬ cussing "tho family size farm" and last week John Wick discussing "Economical Building" did an ex¬ cellent job. These fine meetings and attend¬ ance indicate the success antici¬ pated in the remaining ten Thurs¬ day evening meetings in tho course. Aitiiual Soil Conservation Meeting Jan. 28 The annual meeting of the Huntley County Soil Conservation District will b^ held in the First Congregational Church of Huntley on Saturday evening, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m.,- according to Henry Markison, chairman of the district board. Speaker for the evening will be William H. Brown, Jr., director of natural resources for the Illi¬ nois Agricultural Association. As lAA director of natural resources, Brown is concerned about such areas as.soil, water, forestry, and the conaervation development and management of all natural re¬ sources: One of his main projecis is water resource development, in¬ cluding soil and water conserva¬ tion programs on all watersheds in Illinois. The meeting will be preceded by a baked ham dinner. During a short business session annual re¬ ports will be submitted and elec¬ tion of two directors will be held. Boa Itl members whose terms are expiring are Harold Swanson and Lawrence Hansen. Other members of the board are Henry Markison, Edmund Krunfus, and Duano Hawthorne. Ralph Burnett, chairman of the nominating commitee, wiill present Harold Swanson and John McNitt as candidates. The election will be conducted according to rules set up under the revised Soil Conser¬ vation District Law. All landown¬ ers and operators are elgible to vote. District directors are responsible for conducting a soil and water conservation program in the coun¬ ty with the assistance of Sam Haning and Clayton Bruce, Soil Conservation Service technicians; Ralph Burnett, farm adviser, and other agricultural workers in the county." Reservations for the annual meeting diruier can be obtained by contacting Harold Swanson or Duane Hawthorne, ;Huntley; Henry Markison. Marengo; Edmund Krunfus, Harvard; Lawrence Han¬ sen, Hebron; the Farm Bureau or SCS offices in Woodstock. Huntley Higk Sckool Color S^uad Members of the Huntley Color Squad receive flag of Huntley Hhigh Sehool donated to Huntley High School by the American I..egion Auxiliary and Lions Club. The boys who pobably will use thp flags most the year are: Dennis Rudsinski, Ed Glissendorf, Lee Linnenkohl. Wayne Warkowski,. David Hemmer and Alan Borhart. NcM^ Flags For Sckool Funds which have been donated by the American Legion Auxiliary and Huntloy Lions Club and from the Music Fund of the students has brought about the purchase of color squad equipment and flags for the Huntley Consolidated Schools. As far as is known this Is the first time WTC? history "oT Huntley schools that a school flag has been present. The 3x5 flag is divided into three parts. The top and bottom bands are white. The middle band is red. Huntley High School is writen in white on the red background. Tho flag is out¬ lined with a gold piping. This is a double ply flag. The letters can be read correctly from either side. The flag will be used for most high school functions, primarily for band activities. The scho olalso received in part payment for a new 3x5 fifty star flag which is made of glory gloss taffeta. Both flags will enhance the eauty of the programs pre¬ sented at the High School. Dedication pf the fhrgy was car¬ ried out by the band, the Amer¬ ican Legion Auxiliary and the Lions Club. The later two organ¬ ization's members were guests of the band for tlie dedication. Ap¬ proximately half of the financing of the equipment was paid by the Music Student treasury. Artkur Garliek Honored A.W.Garliek Honored Mr. Arthur W. Garlieb, owner of Garlieb Implements, was hon¬ ored a week ago, Wednesday, Jan. 18, for 25 years of service to the farmers for the J. I. Case Com¬ pany. Mr. Garlieb received a bronze plaque from the company in recognition of this service at a dinner held in his honor at Floyd's Restaurant in Dundee. The plaque read: Presented to A. W. Garlieb in recognition of 25 years of serv¬ ice to the farmers as a Case dealer. J. I. Case Company. Others present at the dinner were Mrs. Garlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Friend of McHenry. Mr. Friend was present at the dinner because he has served the farmers in his 3 Fleeted At Bank At a recent Board of Directors meeting, Mr. Roy Banks and Mr. G. E. Molitor were elected Asisist- ant Cashiers of the State Bank of Huntley. At the Stockholders meeting on Jan. 12, Wayne M. Miller was elected Cashier and Director, and Roy Bankes was elected Director to replace Clay Marsh who is re¬ tiring. area for 22 years in the implement business Mr. Friend is also mayor of McHenry. Mr. Aubrey Herman and Pat Bowen of the J. I. Case Company were also present and presented Mr. Garlieb with the plaque.
|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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