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^¦(.e HUNTLEY ^c^^e VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 5 THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1965 PHONK: 312-660-6621 (any ttane) (U no anawer) 816-459-0606 '"^^t.. 6 PAGES MAILED AXD DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY imBf}jtji^ fe OOP> HURLEY OIT OF GRAFTON PARK DISTRICT Village Board Coming Event The Annual Meeting of the Hunt¬ iey Village Board wias heid at the Village Hall ia«t Thursday evening Ust Thuraday evening, April 29. President Briil, Trustees Rudy, Fitzi, Staab, Enstrom, WaaseratnaM and Ackman, Clerk Enstrom and Atty. Cowlin were present. None absent. A representative from eaoh of the Huntiey taverns was present at this meeting, as this ie the meet¬ ing when the annual iicquor licen¬ se for each tavern !s renewed. A motion wae made by Enstrom, seconded by Ackman, to lower the tavern license fee $100.00 from $550.00 to $450.00. The vote was: Rudy, No; Aokman, Ye«; FiUi, No; Wasserstraiss, No; Enstrom, Ye«; Brill, No. nhe motion was defeated. A motion was m«de by Fitzi, sec¬ onded by Sitaab to lower the tavern licenee $75.00. The motion passed unanimously. The money coliected for tavern licenees go into the General Fund for the village, The tavern owners were required tr «" y i/, of the lic¬ ense fee a* iaa. lursday night's meeting and will pay the balance at a latter date, Savewn'ttf tWjWRWff owners atat¬ ed they were making leae money thie ye*'r then \' ' e past and that was the reaeor, r requeating a lower license fee. A motion was made by Enatrom seconded by Ackman to renew and issue the tavern licenees. Mr. Wendell Weltzien was pre¬ sent and stated debris from Coils, Inc. had been blowing onto his pro¬ perty and asked t^e Village Board to do sometihing about it. The Board stated that is was the business of the Fire Dept. to take care of this matter. A discussion followed on the subject of Village Vehicle stickere. It wae mentioned that some resid¬ ents living within the village have not yet purchased their 1965 Veh¬ icle Stickers. The Village Board will instruct the Chief of Police to ticket all cars and trucka within the village limits who are not dis¬ playing ati«kere on their wind¬ shields. This end«d the meeting of the old board and new truatee, Jamee O'Connor, was seated. The new Village Board meeting was oailed to order. Trustee Rudy nwved, seconded by Staab, to commend Irving Was- seretrasa for t*ie flne }ob he hod done while serving on the Village Board. Mayor Wilpault Brill issued com¬ mittee assignments fk>r the trustees for the foltowlng year. The comnHt- tees are ae follows. FIN. COMM. — Rudy, Ackman, Enstrom PUB. PROP. _ O'Connor, Staab, FItxI TAVERN — Ackman, Fitzi, Enatrom ST. A ALLEY _ Fitzi, O'Connor Staab SEWER — Staab, Enaftrom, Ackman POLICE — Rudy Aokman O'Connor WATER — Enatrom, Fitri, Ackman SIDE WALK — O'Connor, Staab, Rudy Mayor Brill aeked that anyone who has any complaint concerning the variot»s oommltteee ahowld con¬ tact the head of such committees rather than himeslf. A salesman from C.O.M.C.O., a CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX THURSDAY MAY 6 Village Board meets SATURDAY MAY 8 — 8:00 P.M. Mother-Daughter Ban¬ quet, Congregational Churoh Social Hall SUNDAY MAY 9 Mothers Day — WEDNESDAY MAY 12 8:00 P.M. P.T.A. High School THURSDAY MAY 13 — 8:00 P.M. Grafton Township Boa¬ rd meeting at Townahip Garage FRIDAY MAY 14 — 8:00 P.M. Music Dept. Spring Concert — High School FRIDAY MAY 28 — And Succeeding weekends. Fine Arts Assoc, production of the "Student Prince" Woodstock Opera House. 7th and Sth Grade Dance Diana Heilmuth and Leslie Gru¬ ner were crowned King and Queen of the Annual 7th and Bth Grade Oanesi -fteM-at^MflMMI^. fljmmaa- ium Monday evening. May 3. Members of the King and Queen Court were: Debby Eckman, Sue Eggers, May Sue Seller, Sheila Montanye, Sharon Lang, Rosemary Piske, Delcia Reeves, Barry Borc¬ hart, Dale Bein, Marshall Brov^, Charles Gcehl, John Bastian, Paul Yurs and Dan Dammyer. The crowning ceremony took place on the stage. Last year's King and Queen, Steve Goehl and Julie Enstrom, did the crowning. The 7th and 8th grade dance used the same decorations as were used for the high sohool prom last Saturday. The theme of the evening wag "An Enchanted Evening." The girls were all dressed in pretty formals, the boys in suits. In four years we will probably see these same boys in white formal wear. The music for the dance was pro¬ vided by the Mel Elliott's Trio. Un¬ like the high sohool prom, a large number of parents of the children were preeent at this event and participated in many of the dances. Honor Roll Following is a Hat of those stud¬ ents art Huntley High School who made the Ath alx weeks honor roll: "A" Honor RoU — (All A's) Junior — Ann Borhart, Marcy Swanson Freshman — Ohuck Ruth. "B" Honor Roll — (All B's or Bet¬ ter — No C's) Senior —. Allan Borhart, Kathleen Heiney, David Hemmer, Lonni Swanaon, Sandra Zimmerman. Junior — Karen Aavang, Bonnie Diedrick, Janet Drendel, Larry Heimsoth, Sandra Kerrick, Donna Manke, LaVonne Piake, Larry Raamuaen, Kristine Starab, Nancy Unge. Sophomore — Eloise Hoffman, Nancy Jensen, Terry Lamz, Paye Marlowe. Freshman — Norma Downen, Sandra Hicks, Timothy Kelly, Mary KerrfOk, Pamela Staab, Patrici'a StaA. Following; are the Highlights of last nights park board meeting. Herman Albrecht resigned. Ed Hiske was nominated to fill his position on the board. Uavid Lor¬ ence was nominated to fill Albrs- cht's place as temporary chairman of the board. Lorence was then elected chairman. Ed Piske made a motion to disconect Huntley from the Grafton Park Board. The motion was seconded by Mike Kil¬ ey. Motion approved by all mem¬ bers of the board. Huntley is dis¬ connected from the Grafton Park District. Grafton Park Board Meeting The annual meeting of the Graf¬ ton Park Board was held at the Huntley Village Hall on Wednesday evening, April 28. Present were: Pres. Porter, Com¬ missioners Nacker, O'Connor, Al¬ brecht, Lawrence, Treas. Person, Sec. Seavers, and Atty. Cowlin. — The minutes of the previous meet¬ ing were read and accepted, the bills read and ordeced paid. The Treas¬ urer's Sunvi^A report was read. It was poi^ntl^^ut by Atty. Cowlin that a correction ahould b« made to show ttartthei^ WM *ini««M«y" owing on t^ sanitary InviM^ove- ments. A nv^Lf was made to take money out o^We Marengo Federal Savings account to pay for the sew¬ er and for sanitary improvements which are to be made at the beach and to include this in the Treasur¬ er's Summary report. This motion was approven and the Treasurer's Summary report was approved as corrected. Commissioner O'Connor made a motion to table action on the petit¬ ion to disconnect Huntley from the Park District until Wedneaday. M«y 5, and instructed the Secretary to send out notices for this meeting. The motion was seconded by Al¬ brecht. Motion carried. President Porter at this point gave his flnal report. He suggested that the new Board arrange for new toMet facilitlese, to see that the sewer is completed and provide fore more cooperation between the Park Management and the Sheriff's office. Following President Porter's re¬ port the new board members were sworn in and the old board ad¬ journed. The meeting of the new board was called to ored. Present were: Commissioners Albrecht, Ream, Nacker, Kiley, Lawrence, Sec. 8e«- vers Treas. Person, and Atty. Cow¬ lin. A motton was made by Kiley seconded by Ream to appoint Com¬ missioner AHweoht a« Teimporary CiMlrman. As the new boa«J cannot conduct any business untM the firat meet¬ ing in May, the meeting waa adieur. ned. Local Boy Hit By Car Kenneth Molitor, 4^,, was Wt by a car driven by Jxtdiy Onafall, 17, of Rural Route, Huntley. The ac¬ cident occurred last Saturday, May 1, at approximately 4:30 P.M. Kenneth was playing with two companions on the tree bank of Second Stret when all at once he darted in front of the oar without any wam+ng to the driver. iThe boy received Injurlea to hie head and brulaat on Mi bo^y !•• was taken to Sherman Hoapital. Jr-Sr Prom and Post Prom The Huntiey High School held Its annutal Junior-Senior Prom last Saturday night, May 1. This year's Prom King and Queen were Lee Linnenkohl and Linda Mursewick. The attendance to the King and Queen were Kathy Heiney, Sanda Zimmerman, Alan Borhart and Dale Reesslein. The high school gymnasium was decorated for the occasion by mem¬ bers of the Junior Clase with red, white and pink crepe paper In a Georgian Machsion style in keeping with the theme of the prom, "South¬ ern Serenade." At one end of the gym a swing was supended from the ceiling over real green grass. Cut pine trees were used as a back ground for the swing. The stage had a love seat where the King and Queen sat after they were crowned. It had four tail Georgian columns In keeping with the thenve. On the north side of the gym tables were set up with quaint candles flicker¬ ing on the pretty formals and white dinner jackets. Following the dance at the aohod ths, atmlrma mere-eeemttee by the Huntley Ptollce Dept. U the Fire Station where parenta of the Junior* and seniors had prepared a Post- Prom parity. The theme of this party wa* "Hawaiian Holiday" and ieis were given to each guest as they entered the door. Each student attending had to sign a sheet of paper and could leave at any time h« chose but could not re-0ain admiaalon. Music for this party was proved¬ ed by the "Redvyroods." At one end of the Fire Station a fountain wtth real water had been set up. On the eaat wall a large mural from Eastern Air Lines de¬ picting Hawaiian pleasures was hung. Next to this was a Hawaiian "Tiki". The fire station doors were covered by flshnettlng on wAloh were hung sea ahells. A "grass shak" containing orange drink pro¬ vided by the courtesy of McDonald's Hambergers was also a popular fea¬ ture. A mural hung on the west wall of the building was prepared by Mrs. George Pillsbury, a looal artest In front of the mural tables were CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX P.T.A. Notice The Huntley Parent Teacher Aaaocldrtlon will meet at the High School on Wednesday, May 12 at 8:00 P.M. The new offlcers for the ensuing year wHi be Installed at that time. Officers elected at the April meet¬ ing are: President, Dr. Gary Grau; Vice President, Mrs. Eugene Hardy; Secretary, Mrs. Charles 4jamto; Treasurer, Mr. Richard Johnson. Citizens Com. Plans Meeting The Huntley Citizens' Committee will hold a business meeting and election of officers this FrMay, May 7, at the Huntley VMlage Hall at 8:00 P.M. Officer* to be elected are Chairman, Vice Chalmi«n, Secre¬ tary, Treasurer, and 3 ntembers to an advisory group. Annual Spring ConmrtBy Band and Chorus Maj^\4th. The Huntley Muaic Department, under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Johnson, wlll present "Rhythm Ren¬ dezvous" as their spring show on Friday, May 14, at 8:00 p.m. In the school gymnasium. Both bands as wsU as the Jun4or High and Senior High Ohorusa* will be featured. Musical selection* will be taksn from well known Broadway ahows as "Show4>oat," "Sound of Muais," "My Pair Lady," and the mora r«- cent "Mary Popplns." Miss. Susan Docdy Is in charge of choreography and Mr. Glen Dataney is in charge of ttve scensry and lighting. Tickets are on aale this week and are available from aH band and chorus members. NOTICE The Huntley Jayoees wllj h»td a dinner at Massie'* In Dundee thi* Tueaday, May 11, at 8:00 P.M. Eje¬ ction of officer* wMJ be held. Bill Beltz in Accident PICTURES OF THESE TWO ACCIDENTS WILL APPEAR IN NEXT WEEKS PAPER AS OUR DEVELOPER HAD A BREAK DOWN AND COULD NOT GET OUT THE ^RK FOR US. Wililam J. Beltz, Rural Route, Huntley, wa* issued a ticket for drivlnB "under the influence" laat Friday evening when his oar went out of oontrel on Route 47, hitting two pick-up trucks parked at the B A B Servloe Station. Aooordlng to Huntley Police Chief Richard Neleon, Baltz wa* driving a 1965 Ford Mustang going north on Route 47, on the weat aide of the read. Beltz had Just come off Coral Street. His car went out of oontrol and ran Into a 1952 pick-up truck owned by George Weisneth and a 1966 plokHip owned by The Huntley Farm Store. The Impact of the colllsalon oauaed the two trucks to hit together causing more damage. Trial has been set for May 14 at Woodstoek. 2 Car Accident at Main and Rt 47 A collision of two automobJte* oocured Monday art approxImMsly noon at the intereectlon of Route 47 and Main St. In HunMey. A Ford Muatanfl going south on Route 47, driven by Edward J. Harth of Aurora, wa* leruek by a 1968 Chevrolet, driven by Gsorge D. Knipp of Sycamore, wlho was going east on Main St. and fialted to stop for the Stop SKin. The occupant* of the Muatang were enroute to Auroa from WhItewwUf where they had Uken a pasaangor to the teacher* collie. Mr. Harth oom- plained of whiplaeh and wa* taken to an Aurora hoapltai. Mr. Knipp com- planted of pain* In the left *lde of hi* cheat and ImHoatad he vMuld aee hi* own physician. Mr. Knipp was tosued an arrest ticket and ordered to appear In court In Woodatock on May 14, for driving through a step sign.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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