The Huntley Farmside
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f tWMnoD « -^ NvtaoBfk n moMDAT, Avavtm tu uei am -^ o. L. « EAGES 9feftmsic(e aiiUUSD AMD DIfllimOTBD Scltool Calander W«d. Ah«- M AU Teachers' Workshoite Thurs. Any. SI Grade School Registration; H.S. Teachers' Wortadiop Mon. Sept. 4 Labor Day — Holiday Tnm, S«pt. 5 First day of school (8:50-2:18); H.S. Registratkm Wed. S^kt. 6 First full day of school (8:50- 3:48) Fri. Sept. 8 Board meeting — 8:00 P.M. Wed. Sept. IS P.H.A. meeting Frt. Sept. 15 Football — Richmond here, 8:00 P.M. Wed. Sept. 20 F.F.A. meetmg at Marengo, 4:00 P.M. Fri. Sept. 22 Board meeting — 8:00 P.M. FrL Sept. 22 Football — at Hebron, 3 D.S.T. Fri. Sept. 29 Football — Genoa here, 8:00 P.M. S«t. Sept. SO F.F.A. Meat & Milk Judging Contest at U of I. Wed. Oct. 4 F.F.A. Training for Chapter Re¬ porters at DeKalb, 4 P.M. Tburs. Oct. 5 F.F.A. Land Use Judging Con¬ test at Hampshire, 1 P.M. Fri. Oct « Football—at Hiawatha, 8 P.M. Toes. Oct. 10 to Oct. IS (ind.) Natwnal F.F.A. Convention at Kansas CHty Wed. Oet. 11 P.T.A. meeting Thurs. A Fri. Oct. 12 St IS First Six Week's Eaminations Fri. Oct. 18 Board meeting — 8:00 P.M. Fri. Oct. 18 Football -- Central here, 7:30 P.M. Mon. Oct. 16 F.F.A. meeting at Sycafore" Fri. Oct. 20 Football at EarMlle, 7:30 P.M. Mon. Oct. 2S I.E.A. Teachers' Meeting — No School Fri. Oct. 27 Board meeting — 8:00 P.M. Sat. Oct. 28 Football — at KAneland, 2:00 P.M. Wed. Nov. 1 "History of the Banjo", 2:20 P.M. Wed. Nov. 1 F.F.A. Livestock Judging Corf test at Kirklaand. 1:00 P.M. . Wed. Nov. 8 P.T.A. meeting FrL Nov. 10 Board meeting — 8:(X) P.M. Thurs. Nov. 16 F. F. A. Parliamentary Proce¬ dure Contest at Sycamore, I P.M. Fri. Nov. 17 Basketball — Richmond here, 7:00 P.M. Sat Nov. 18 Grade School Fall Music Con¬ cert Tues. No\'. 21 40 &) 8 Picnic For Ckildren A picnic was held at Woodstock City Park on Saturday for the children at the Woodstock Home. This was sponsored by the Forty and Eight Voltures and the Eight and Forty Salon of Mc Henry County. The children had a gre^t time and plenty foor, pop, and candy and ice cream. Members of the 3 and 40 Chapeau May Che¬ sak and Mazie Blott of Huntley and OUve Hennegan served the food with Edie Myer of Wonder Lake. Garlielt's Hold D«inonstration ArUiitt- GArlieb held Ul open, house for farmers &nd the rest of the re«ident8 in the ttuhtley vicinity on .Wednesclay. August 16. The open house was to pre¬ sent the new Idea Com Picker. Its nickname b the "million dol¬ lar picker." Mr. Garlieb gave a demonstrattoin where two men took a tractor out of the pt<A(er id three minuttt. Moving pictures of the machiae wet^ shown. RefreshmeAt of cbffee and ham sandwiches were served. Pictured above are Gene Har¬ dy, lamer Britton, and Arthur Gariieb. The Huntley Redskins, football teanC practiced last Monday, Au¬ gust 28.- 19 beys turned out for the first practice. However, it is estimated by (!^ch Anderson that 25 boys will go out for the team. (2k>ach Anderson expects the teahv to'do very wen ffils season- although most of last year's var¬ sity team either gradtxatttd (K-'iias moved out of town. The team lacks experience in the backfield and needs speed, but town and school support, Anderson expeects them to do a good job. During the frist of iwactice be¬ fore school, boys will have two practices a day. One will be in the morning find one in the eve¬ ning. Anderson sets up the prac¬ tices in this way 'because he feels that the boys will work harder when the temperature is cooler. After school starts, the teams will practice in the evenings for the same reasons. AndersoR stated that he tiiinks the backbone of the team will be - the senkM^. A few erf them are Larry Kahl, Raymond Cole, Dave Frowling, _ Richard Zimmerman, Harold Swanson and Jim Stand¬ ing. Te^also expects the following /boys fo do very well: Jim Fetters, Dave Jrtiiison, Lavern Jordi, Te- ry Englert, Ed Ketchmark, AUen Hebtttothi and others. The sup¬ port of the team depends on the^ boys. If: they do well, the team will do iwell. If they fall down |(o Will the team. Tlie coach was real happy to see Terry Mattingly, Doug Swan¬ son, and Jim Fettes show up for practice.' Anderson stated that he expects to have a nice Fresh-Soph team this year. The co-captains are Raymond Cole and Larry Kahl. ' Coach Anderson lias not dis¬ tributed uniforms' but will be do¬ ing- this as the week progresses. He feels that the team must ,be in condition. Last year, the team suffered no injuries. ' Anderson hopes ' that this year's record will be the ftame. On Monday, the hoys dressed in thdr gym suits. They did caU»- thentics all mocrang and during the evening hours. The team has been nmning a total of four miles for thefe pi^etices. Many ot the boya started to get in condition , before the season started this .yeter. Anderson teiS» tliis te very ootiimMidable and hopes that as the season pro- gress«!, the inexperience of the team wiU vanish, and they will be 'victotlmm. Patterson's Mark 7Sth Year On November 1, 1886, Mr. J. H. Patterson opened ttie doors of liis general feed business in Marengo.- Today, 75 yeaifs later, there are nine Patterson branches across Northern BlinOls malcing it one of the largest !uml)er dealers in the state. By 1890 Mr. Patterson expand¬ ed his operation to include lumber and coal. By 1907 a program of expansion found the company operating yeards in Union and Huntley In years following yards wede opened in Rochelle, Free- port, Rockford, Garden Prairie, Hampshire and Franklin Grove. The company's General Office is now located in Rockford. Mr. Glenn Patterson and Mr. J. H. Patterson Jr., sons of the found¬ er have directed the company's operations since fhe 1930s. Tlie company's 75th Anniversa¬ ry s an important milestone in its history. It reflects a record of steady growth and fair dealing with its customers. An Anniversary Sale, details listed elsewhere in tiiis issue, is l>eing held during September, of¬ fering outstanding building.value; to Huntley residents. Service Grronp Square Dance A Squane Dance will l>e iield at the Fire Station on Friday, Sep¬ tember 8, from 8 p.m. to 11 pjn. This is spcmsored by the Commu¬ nity Service Group in wiilch all pi-ganieations are taldng part. The guests 6t honor will l>e Himtley's new doctor, polic«nan, dentist, and vet. Its purpose is also to wel¬ come the newcomers of the c«n- "munity and to introduce the school board and teachers. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. K^ng a neighbor who has moved into the community during the past year. Light refreshments will be serv¬ ed. NOTICE Huntley was to get a new ba* kery on Sunday at Ester's Hi Ho restaurant. However, the cases to hold the bakery supplies did not, arrive, and thus the oftening has been delayed. However, there will be a bake¬ ry at Ester's Hi Ho proliably either late this week or early next week. X-'R.ay Report A total of 652 people visited the X-Ray unit which came to Hunt¬ ley Monday, August 14. The X- Ray unit stopped at two places. One was at Union Special and the other in front of the Fire Barn. At the Union Special, there were 246- XRays taken and 141 skin tests given. In front of the Fire Barn, there were 213 X-Rays taken and 52 skin test? given. Mrs. Carroll, chairman of the X - Ray program in Huntley, wishes to thank the following people for working at the Union; Mrs. Arnold Chesack, Mrs. Hen¬ ry Garlieb, Emil M^er. Elmer Harding, and Soren Bundgard. She aiso wishes to thank the fol¬ lowing pec^de for working at the Fire Barn; Cris Kalil, Miss Ma¬ rion OMiley, E:uM-Kalsow, Rteh- ard CHark, and Hannah Martin. Mrs. Carroll thinks the unit was a huge success for the size of Huntley. NOTICE BowUng will start thds Thurs¬ day night for Huntley's women at the Bowl-Hi Lanes at 7:00 p.m. Patterson's 7SAm Year ¦..'-^\'^:jS;^_-V.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|
|Contributing Institution||Huntley Area Public Library|
|Collection Name||Huntley Area Newspapers|