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^mmick VtttmMt — Jivakn tl Angnt S4, IMl .raoKB RMttagr SMl — O. L. 8 PAGES AMD OnOHBimD Mary Palmer Wins Second Mary Pahner, daughter of the George Palmer's Rural Hunt¬ ley, won second in the milking derby at the state fair in Spring¬ field. She milked her brown Swiss, three year old, second calf heifer. The cow placing first was 14 years old. She also had a calf placing sixth at the fair. Mary and her brother Jeff were the only two yonugsters from Huntley which were entered in the state fair. Leg. Installed Due to the error in the dark- KKwa butt week, and tbe loas of tbe pkstnre of the American Le¬ gion Inatallatlon, ihe atory was also omitted accldeatally. Tlhs years newly elected officers are as follows: Norman Zinuner¬ man, poet Commander; Stan Koch, Sr. Vice Commander; Charles Lamb, Jr. Vice Cwn- mander; George Willis, Adjutant; and Charles Scherer, Finance Of¬ ficer. Lois Weelcs, past County Com¬ mander; was the Installing of-- ficer and George Weeks was in¬ stalling Sergeant at Arms. W i 11 a r d Carlson, McHenry County Commander and Rudy Berg, McHenry County Adjutant, werp also in attendance. Registration For Ckildem In Grade Sckool Registration for all pupils of the Huntley grade school will be held Thursday, August 31, from 11 a.m. Parents are to ¦ bring money for Book rental fess and optional pupil insimtnce. Book rental fees will be $8.()0 and in¬ surance $1:85. Kindergarten is, $1.50 only. One check can be meda out for all fees, if your child or chUdren are in grades k Orade School Registration (Continued from Page 3) DoMnA Dog Alley The Village is holding a short haire, brown and white, bob-tail¬ ed, male terrier. When this dog was picked up it had no collar or tags, lliis dog may be claimed by paying a fine and buying a license for him if the person claiming his is a resident of Huntley. This dog will be held un¬ til August 28. Celas Meeting The members of the Cdas or¬ ganization entertained their fam¬ ilies on August 15 to a baked ham picnic supper at tbe William Barton home on South Union. Road. Mrs. Elmer Urbach Chair¬ man with Mrs. Elmer Britton CcMrhairman had a well iriaiaied evening and everyone throughly enjoyed thmeselves. 40 S£> .S Installation PIctared above are newlejr elected BMcers of tlie 40 A 8 JLeft to right are: Melvin Johnson, Hugh Saynor, Charles TrtocA Jr., Leater Sledschlog, and Clarence H. Hammond. These Men were installed at tbe Joint Installation of the 4A A 8 and the 8 k 40 Held in Hnntley last Saturday. August 19. 8 & 40 Installation tboMm tnm left t» riflit: iBdIe Myem-^im iMut Vem <»»• pea« Pewnfaiwte. Marge Alvts —' Le Demi«-PiBlft flia|innM Pmalere.- Mky enumk — Le Pettt — Cbnpean. Dwotfcy Ogfa ti»fHhn Ot fleer; Bnlty Vlck-^ietlring ~ Cbapeaa aaA^Poovok Iftnibor. Nwria Blott •^ JC* Se^etalre — CMaslere. VMb* MattCMi — iwtagillH etlPt'ttoOOwclerge."- ' - ". Mary Palmer Wins At Milking Co«y Dal* Katbles Rose a cow owned by Mary Palmer, Won 2nd place in ttie milking contest at tbe Illinois State Pair. Rose is classified as excelhint. Facts & Figures Facts and Fd^iies from tbe Seho^ OCttae BV M. B. QAMMt The school day, the high school schedule, and the calendar have been drawn up. It is necessary to add nine min¬ utes to the morning high school schedule and five minutes to the afternoon schedule. However, the beginning (take-up) time will re¬ main as last year -7-8:50 a.m. These changes were necessary in order to meet state rcquire- ' ments relative to the additional home economics I section and the bookkeeping class period. There will be no early dismiss¬ als on Friday this y«ar. The board and I decidied that it would be less confusing to parents—especi¬ ally the parents of childr«n in the lower grades. There wiU be an additional so¬ cial science course this y«ar, namely Sodat Ptoblems or Pro¬ blems of Dcmoeraejr, tor JubIrs and senion. .This wffl nmnd out a four yeftr program of social sciences. llie fotir year offering ot Mgh scheid XMithfflnatics wffl be cor rectM for the first time this year as follows: Algebra I of general math — fmluiMn GeonMtry — sophomores OoBtlMiM M Pa«e 5) Fire At Skatr On August 18, 1961. at 3:50 p.m., the Huntley fire alarm went off. The fire occurred at the H.M. Shaw Farm which is nortlnmst of Huntley's main Imainess ^Hs- trict. The fire's csuse w«i an ine&i- . erator whic^ tipped over after Mrs. Shaw had started SMM pa¬ pers on fire and had retamed to . the. house thinking the fire wm ' •afe. Fortvmatcly fbr the Shaws, tiie tin caused no real damage. How¬ ever, the fire came within im^iea f mn startim a nearby tjrtK^ and various buUdings ttround ^tiw turn on fire, Becatne of tiw very ttffidaot tire dep«rtm«nt In Htmtlcy, tite two tire tniw had the fin out liy 4 o'e^ttkpJUL Street Dance August 19 A rather chilly evenkig caused a sraaB«- crowd than anti¬ cipated st the dass of 64*8 street dance last Saturday ^night, August 19. However, the class officials felt tiiat the street dance was comparatively successful Last Saturday afternoon, after it stopped raining, members of the class strung colored lights from the Village Hal! across the East section of Coral Street. Bar- acades were placed to prevent cars from coming through and in¬ juring any of the people attend¬ ing. Music was broadcast through a loud speaker systnn from a rec¬ ord player on the second floor of tiie vilia^ ball. Most of fhe pM^rie attkidtag were youngstprt. However, a few adults and children did attend and watched the proceedings. The children all seemed to have a nice time. rnie dance started at 7:30 aitd lasted until approximately 11:00 pjn. nans are now b«ng cHscussed for possible street dances, for teMi agers, to be iidd next s«mi- mer. Huntley Coinm. Service Group Due to vacations and the cliange of admiflistratien of maf^ looal clubs and organizations, the Huntley Community Service Group had a sparse turnout at the August meeting last Monday. Plans for the new difCCtoiy were presented and discussed. The square dance to be held on September 8 at the Fire Bam was also discussed briefly. More in¬ formation about tliis square danoe will he given in sulisequent is¬ sues of the paper. Huntley Gets Bakery Sunday Huntiey Gets^New Bakery Sun-.. lltere will be a new bakery in Huntley startLDg Sunday, August 27, at Ester's Hl-Ho. The bakery is affiliated with Ron's Bakery in Dundee, ZtUnois. There will be three glass counters. The goods will come fresh daily. The hours in which it nHU be open are from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the we^. NOTICE Notice: Football BracUce wiil start on Monday, AugtBt 38, at nine o't^odc at tlie sdiool. The teams will cosist of the ratfiflar Fresh-Soph and Vunity teams. Anytme interested in football, I^eaae contact Cowb Anderson.
|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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