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gk HUNTLEY ^'^'^'^ VOLUME S — NUMBEB 44 THURSDAY, JANUARY SI, 1963 PHONE: 312-669-5621 (any thne) (If no answer) 816-459-0998 SCHOOL PILE HUHTLEY HIGH ^CilOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 6 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLV 7c PER COPY Surge Of Scoutnig We will celebrate Boy Scout Week from February 7, 1963 to February 13, 1963. On February 8, 1963 we will celebrate the Fifty- third Anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scout movement. Since 1910, a total of 36,000,000 men and boys have enjoyed all the benefits of Scouting. All the mem¬ bers of the Boy Scouts of America in Algonquin, Huntley, and Lake In The Hills invite you to their "Surge of Scouting" Display-to take place in the Himtley Consoli¬ dated School —• February 9, 1963 CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Farmer Class The fifth meeting of the adult farmers class in producting quality milk will discuss with Jim Aber¬ nathy "Dairy Barn Construction." Mr. Abernathy is a well known re¬ source person on dairy barn constr¬ uction. Mr. Abernathy wUl discuss with the panel three main items. What are the requiremeifl^er cow for Cow comfort and s£^production? What will a dairy farmer have to do to his present set up to fit this needf> What can be an ^c^ected ec- omical return on this investment? The class will start at 8:00 p.m. in the Huntley High School agricul¬ ture department oi^^ursday, Jan¬ uary 31. ^f Wins Contest Susan Marie Maushak is winner from Huntley Consolidated High school of Huntley, Illinois in the 1963 Betty Crocker Search for the American Homemaker of Tomor¬ row. She thus becomes eligible for one of 102 scholarships with a to¬ tal of $110,00.00 Having scored first in her school in the knowledge and attitude test on homemaking given senior g^rls Dec. 4, the winner's paper has been entered in competition with those of other state high school winners for state-wide honors. The State Homemaker of To¬ morrow will be named in the spring. She will receive a $1,500 CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Notice Due to the Inclemant weather the Farmside office will tempor¬ arily be located at 31 Grove Street phione 669-6621 Family Night On Sunday evening, Feb. 10th, the United Church of Christ-Con- regational in Huntley, will hold a FAMILY NIGHT celebration. The festival will include an "Old-Fash- ioned Hymn Sing", a Bible exhibit and celebration of the 10th anni¬ versary of the Revised Standard Version, and family games and re¬ freshments. The festivities start at 7:30 p.m. sharp. There will be no charges, though a free-will offer¬ ing will be taken. All the communi ty is invited. GirFs State Mrs. Mabel Schultz, President of Huntley American Legion Auxilia¬ ry Unit No. 673, announced that the Unit will finance the cost of a local high school girl to attend the 23rd Annual session of Illini Girls State, a seminar in government and good citizenship, to be con¬ ducted at MacMiuray College in Jacksonville, Illinois, from Jime 18 to June 25, 1963. May Chesak Unit Chairman, has requested faculty members of Huntley high school, Huntley, to prepare a list of girls from the Junior class, who have leadership qualities and who through integri¬ ty and cooperativeness hnvei qon- tributed to the high morale of the school and community. Scholastic rating and physical fitness are other requirements. The Girls State Commission of twelve members — all members of the American Legion Auxiliary — is responsible for making and ex¬ ecuting tho policies and plans for this program, subject to the ap¬ proval of the Board of Directors ot the Department of llinois. With the assistance of additional staff members and counselors, the pro¬ gram functions with precision. Former Girl Staters are invited to serve as Junior Counselors. The first event of Girls State is the forming of two political par¬ ties. As the mythical government progresses, conventions are held, nomination of candidates take place and campaigns are conduct¬ ed. Then comes the election, fol¬ lowed by installation of the suc¬ cessful candidates in state offices. All functions of government are then carried out, executive, leges- lative and judicial. Also determined by voting are two representatives who attend the American Legion Auxiliary's Girls Nation held in Washington, D. C, where govem- CONTINUED ON PAOE FIVE Water Main Breaks on Rt. 47 Soon They Will Be Gone Feb. 9 is the day set aside by the Mayor for a tree cutting project for the entire community at the cemetary. There are over 70 dead Elm trees which must come down. Pricturcd here and elsewhere are some of these trees. Several people who have been unable to work the 9th have donated mon¬ ey toward this ^^eot or have arranged to come another day to work as all the work caiPmit be done in one day. Several thaceors, chain saws and other equlpement have been donated. The names of the doners and those who worked will be printed later. The Illinois Bell Telephone Co. will drop tile caMe on tht- road fer tlu': work on the Mi., prators are still needed. It Is still necessary to know who Is gotnif to Please contact the mayor or editor 669-2711 or 669-6621. Car 3 9 Calling During the past few weeks the police department has been receiv¬ ing several anonymous telephone calls reporting violations of the law. Most of these phone callets when asked who they are said they are a taxpayer, or a citizen. Many times the callers are reporting a \'iolation of the law such as a broken window or something of ithat sort. However, the Police Department reports that they are not required to answer any calls where the call¬ er does not give his name and tele¬ phone number. The Police Depart¬ ment has too much to do with legitimate telephone calls to waste its time on pranksters. Mr. Burton went on to say that CONTINUED ON PAGE SEX Auto Accident Three Young men from Huntley were involved in an accident 5 miles south of Morris last Friday night at 8 P.M. The young men were returning home after semester examinations at the University of Illinois for a short vacation. They were Stan Henning, Raymond Cole, and Alvin Menzel who has a Union address. The accident was caused by snow from a snow plow which obscured the vision of Stan Henn¬ ing, who was driving. Stan's car hit another car head on and was then struck by another car. Raymond Cole is, at the present time, at home.He received a con¬ cussion, bruses and was in shock Stan Henning is at the Morris CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX 4-H News The Junior Cloneic 4-H Club will hold their meeting, Tues, eve¬ ning Feb. Sth at 7 p.m. at the Albert Jensen home. If it beremes extremely cold or I the roads hazardous pleftae call I Mrs. Montanye 669-3501 before re- I porting to the meeting. Honor Roll "A" Honor Roll (Ail A's) Senior Tom Runge Freshman Ann Borhart, Sandra Kerrick, Stanley Korwin. "B" Honor Rool (All B's or better) Senior Sheila Hartrick, Edward Ketchmark, Dorothy Wasserstrass Juniors Denis Akerberg, Juanita Drafall, Patricia Hemmer, Marj¬ orie Jensen, Larry Johhson, Aud¬ rey Kolberg, Mary Palmer, Mary Seemann, Diana Swanson Sophomores Alan Borhart, David Hemmer, Linda Seiler, Lonnie Swanson, Sandra Zimmerman. Freshman Bonnie Diedrick, Janet Drendel, Larry Heimsoth, Larry Rasmusen, Marcy Swanson, Nancy Ungs, Brent Weber. Hit & Run On January 15, 1963, at 12:25 a.m. the Huntley police were call¬ ed to 323 North Church Street to investigate a hit-and-run accident involving property damage. The The Huntley police later found out that the car was a black Rambler from Lake-in-the-HUls and that later the man had hit three other parked cars in that community. A complaint was signed by Rich¬ ard Selmartin of Rural Route Hnutley whose car was hit. Mr. Sehnartin saw the car leave in the general direction of Algonquin on the night of the accident The driver of the hit-and-run car was Theodore Garreletss. Mr. CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Lions Meeting by Roger A. Perley Seventeen Lion members were present at the January 22nd, 1963 Lions meeting held at the AmCTi- can Legion Home, Huntley, HI.-A ham dinner was served by the Huntley American Legion Auxili¬ ary. Minutes of the previous meeting were read a^L approved. Lion T. Kelly introdBl Mr. Barry, a guest and iJm Lamb introduced Mr. CoUins, a guest The Fib. 23rd ^ip ek^iJbain'.imit . , -iiiiaaaaae^'^ataa-ehitaaaams^'"^^ ^ '^^'T^^.-i-^i. * The grade school basketbail tournament, sponsored by the Huntley Lion^^as discussed. The CONTINUElj^Rf PAGE SIX Name Given The names of all Registered Holstein cattle bred by Herman H. Albrecht, Huntley, Illhiois, will be¬ gin with "CVA" from now on. Exclusive use of this prefix name has been granted by the Holstem- Friesian Association of America. It will become a permanent part of official breed records at the or¬ ganization's national headquarters CONTINUED ON PAGE «IX Paper Drive The C^ib Scouts, Pack 364, will have a paper drive, Saturday, Feb¬ ruary 16. If anyone has paper to he picked up, they may do so by calling Bob Eckman 669-5754, Don Barrett 669-4671, Stan Korwin 669- 5790 or Martin Schmietendorf 669- 3411. Popcorn Anyone ? Pictured above in a crop drysr with cam and burning. Htnitiejr Ftr»> men were called rat to D k Z Transfer to extinguish this Vlaae at appcfX- itnately 12:30 P.M. Tuesday January 29. Tbe Orain had to be before the blase could be completety extlngnialied.
|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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