The Huntley Farmside
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"^^ HUNTLEY ^«''»'sic(e THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 1965 VOLUME 8 — NUMBER 18 PHONK: S1S^»-MZ1 (any time) (If no anawer) 815-iSB-OeW '¦'¦^¦il-LZY HIGH :C!fonL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COl'k New Chief Assutnes Duties McHenry County Fair This Weelt Pictured above is John Roth, Huntleys new Chief of Police, who assumed hia duties on August 1. Teetter LeagM^^ The Huntley Lions Teene]^5*'a- gue baseball team will be Evic¬ tion again this week-end when they participate in Teener League Tour¬ nament games at Hampshire on Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8. Saturday afternoon at Hamp¬ shire against Hampshire at 3:00 p.m.. Will also play on Sunday afternoon. Time is indefinate . any one interested may call at Fm. Acltman Jr. 669-5042 anytime af¬ ter the Saturday afternoon game for specific time. In regularly scheduled games this summer this team had five wins and no losses. In a tourna¬ ment contest between the four conference teams All-Stars and the Woodstock All- Stars, the Con ference All-Stars lost to Wood¬ stock by a score of 41. The players on the Teener Lea gue are: Steve Goehl, Chuck Goe¬ hl, Barry Borchart, Leslie Gruner, Paul Yurs, John Bastian, Mark jBiedl, Marty Brown, Tom Wol¬ ter, Rick Strissel, John Spradlin, Jim Drafall, John Fawkes, Gary Heilmuth and John Weltzien. Seilers End 6 Years of Service Ed and Gwen Seiler ended six years of business at Seiler's Sin¬ clair Service Station on Tuesday, August 3 and wish to thank all the people who patronized them during their years in business. At the present time their plans for the future are indefinite. Legion Joint Installation ^^ •" A TtMl Irte^iatron 'vms held at the American Legion Home in Huntley on Sat. July 31st. Col¬ ors were ad\'ancecl by the Sons of Legion and Junior Auxiliary Girls. Commandpi- Don Enstrom opened the meeting and installation. Mrs. Lois Hammond took over for the unit to bo installed. Auxiliary now h<is a mebership of 107. Prcsidont Lois opened with a prayer of Peace. ELsie Jordi was installing officer Mabel Schultz Sgt. at Arms and Vera Enstrom Chaplain. Of¬ ficers elect are President Lola Maushak—Vice President Lucile Koch—2nd Vice Pres. Fem En¬ strom - Secreary Vi Jurs- Trea¬ surer Betty Shott—Egt. at Arms Lois Haxnmond assistant Betty Bjorn. Chaplam Bernice Bakley— Historian Lima Tessendorf. Mazie Blott presented Memory Book which sh<r had compiled to Lois Hammond of her year in office. Gifts were exchanged and Presi¬ dent Lola gave her acceptance. Lucile Koch presented President Lola with a rose for having a 1(X) per cent m Quo Quota. Ivegion followed. District Officer Will Carson of Algonquin was in¬ stalling officer; Mayor Rudy Berg and wife of Algonquin, Mrs. Will Carlson and daughter, Mrs. Doro¬ thy Barrett of AlgtHiquin were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maush¬ ak and Susan of Huntley wero al¬ so among many moi-e. Officers installed were Robert Gruner, Commander—Tom Bjom Sr. Vice Commander—Ed Fox, Jr. Vice C^mmander^ Don Enstrom Adjudant- -Bob Schachtner, Fi¬ nance officer - -Bob Eckman, Chap¬ lain—^Bob Schultz, Service Officer and Frank Kerrick Sgt. at Arms. Don Enstrom was recognized for his fine work in the past two years and presented with the Past Com- mancfers pin. Dick Staab presented Don with a gift from the Pos.t ana Hedy Lecw.ard gave Don a mem¬ ory book. RefreshiTients werfi.sei-ved and a deuKe followed. Tire TttBior Horse ^how Sunday morning, August 8 is one of the McHenry County Fair's feature^attrsctions in front of fhe grandstand. Among exhibitores will be Bobbie, Mae Church " lit. and her sister, Roxanne, Huntley. They arc members of the Clover- J leaf Boostert. -H club. A complete program at the Fair is elsewhere in this issuer 'Unlitnited 25'' Offered "Unlimited 25," a new optioinal, telephone service which will pro¬ vide wide-range toll-free calling, for many llinois Bell customers in Huntloy will became effective. Sunday, August 1, according to. Don Legner, local telephone man¬ ager. The proposal, filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission on July 1, is the second step of a three-part reduction program first announced by the company last- May. Huntley subscribers are among 121 Illinois communities being of¬ fered this service. It would permit them to make unlimited toll free calls to any other Illinois com¬ munity within a 2B-mi!e radius of their home community. The present toll-free calling. area for Huntley includes all Huntley numbers. The new service would add to this area Algonquin, Barrington, Bartlett, Batavia, Belvidere, Ca pron, Carpentersville, Cary, Crys¬ tal Lake, De Kalb, East Dundee, Elburn, Elgin, Fox Lake, Garden Prairie, Geneva, Genoa, Grayslake Half Day, De Kalb, East Dundee, Hebron, Itasca, Kaneville, Kirk¬ land, Lake Villa, Lake Zurich, Libertyville, Maple Park, Marengo McHenry, Mundelein, Palestine, Pistakee Highlands, Plato Center, Poplar Grove, Richmond, Roselle, Round Lake, St. Charles, Schaum- burg. Union, Wauconda, West Chi cago, West Dundee, Wonder Lake, Woodstock, and the CL 3 (253). CL 6 (255), CL 9 (259) and 392 numbers in Arlington Heights. Medical Center Report Whether or not the Board of Directors of th<- Huntley Medical Center Building, Inc. are success¬ ful in collecting the amount yet due (in the building, no one can say that they have not reminded you of the fact that there is .still mon¬ ey due and owing, and that it is your duty to come forward quick¬ ly to help accomplish this purpose. Henry Marlowe, one of our good neighbors, has come to the aid of the conununity with a second pledge of $300. for which we are very grateful. Mr. Marlowe has always been a leader in helping on civic projects. No doubl the plea of the Board of Directors has become familiar by now, bul they remind us again that every pei'son in this commun¬ ity owes something to the main¬ tenance "of the Medical Center Building. Regardless of the amount you can afford, you can rest as¬ sured it will be very greatly ap¬ preciated A number of shareholders have zrought in their shai-es for cancel¬ lation. 'Hiis is a noble gesture and will be liencficial later, but in ad¬ dition to this, there is a need for csish and your help is needed.
|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|