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# giieHUNTLEY ^«**«side VOM!ME 4 — NU.MBER »6 THI;KSI)AY DECEMBKR 12, 1963 PHONE: 812669-5621 (any thne) (U no unswer> 815-459-0998 SCffOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY, ILL •i srx;TioNS MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PEli COl'l Terry Henning Earns Letters Terry Ilcnnhig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henning of Rural Hunt¬ le.v. is one of only HH freshmen at the University of Illinois who will re- eeive their numerals for football. Last PrograMn In Series The third and last p,rp"^am ol tho lolovision series jT. i?i vvas filmed in Huntley will b^iufesented thLs afternoon, Thursday December 12 di :k30 p.m. on Chanel 11:. The program is presented part taped and part. live. The Alvin^ ^^erman family are the Huntley^j,plo fea¬ tured on this particular program of the .series. Lonnje, Connie, Ijnda, nnd their dog vvill make the trip in to be on the live portion. Post Oiiice Report "Fc'c)ple sending Christmas cards today at the .5c first class rate pay the same to mail Christmas greet- ini:;s as Americans did well over a eentury ago." Postmaster Rich¬ ard Michelsen noted today. "Research shows that in 1847 the Post Office Department issued its first stamps, including a nickle stamp for the basic prepaid letter rate." Postmaster Michelsen said. "And, of course, in those days a nickel could buy a meal where it usually can't buy a cup of coffee today," Postmaster Michelsen poin¬ ted out. "Sinee 1932," the postal execut- i\e observed, "while living costs for the American family have sky locketed considererable more than COXTI.MEI) ON PAGE THREE d'H Awi^rd Night The Ihree Huntley 4-H Clubs, The .lunioi' Clovers, the Grafton Girls and the Huntley Harvesters held their awards night, November soth in the Lutheran Chureh base¬ ment. Tho j)n)gram n|)ened with the singing nf the 4H Grace Song. This was followed by a pot luck supiwr. David Hemmer then led in the 4-H and Flag pledges and the singing of, "I'm Looking Over a 4 H Clover." The Junior Clover awards wore handed out with first year girls receiving pins and many of the others receiving county and state project award ccrtimieates. Debra ^^rhart received a dress revue pin for having f)ecn choosen to model at the County Fair this summer. Kathryn Kopsell led us with a ('ONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Judges Chicago Contest The Illinois 4-H Dair,\ .ludging Team, which placed 6th in a na¬ tional 4 H judging contest at Wa¬ terloo, Iowa, in Oclober.wil 1 be working to better that high mai'k at theIn ternational Livestock Ex position December 4th in Chicago. The four boys (5n the state team are Gary Borhart, 1 7. Huntley; David Doty, l.o, Somonauk: Char¬ les Platz, 17, Segal; and David Rur)pcrt, 18, Nokomis. The team coach is Ralph Johnson, University of Illinois extension dairy special¬ ist. In placed 6th in Ihe Waterloo contest, the Illinois team placed 3rd in judging Guernseys, Srd in Holsteins and tied for Sth in Brown .Swi.ss judging. High individuals on the team wero Doty, who placed 5th in judg ing Holsteins and 10th in judging all breeds, and Rupix;rt, who plac¬ ed 6th in judging Guernseys and Holsteins. According lo Roger D. Wenberg, McHenry County Assistant Farm Adviser, the four boys on the team are the survivors of an original group of more than 2,000 Illinois 4-Hers who worked to make the team. Concert l>y Senior Choir The Senior High Choir of the l'nited Church of Christ Congre¬ gational Huntlej'. will give a Christmas Candlelight -Service en¬ titled "The Everlasting Light." The service will be held at the Hunlley church on Thur.sday, De¬ cember 19, at 8:00 p.m. Mr. Leon Hicks of Huntley will be heatured as guest soloist. Jo¬ hann Viertiancs's "Glory to God in the Highest" will be sung by the (iiciir acconii)anied by Faye Mar- idvve, flutist and Diane Swanson, clarinetist. The treble choir will sing "Dear Little Child" by lone P.app. Other anthems such as "Ha- ten Swiftly, Hasten Softly" by Richard Kountz and "Sing Gloria" by K. K. Davis will be sung as well as many traditional carols. Sandra Kurich will serve as the reader. Mrs. Henry Marlowe organist vvill accompany the service. The choir will sing under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Johnson. The service is open to the public. Thank you Publicity Committee Santa Claus Is CoMning To Town l^eginning this S:itu)day at 2:00 P.M. .Santa Claus will take up res- fV-nce in th(> park nf Huntley. He uiU arrive \ ia a Huntle.\' Fire Tr¬ uck wit'i a p ilice (>scort. Santa's Hours o! visitati'in will l)e on Sat- ur(l:iy's from 2:00 P.M. to 4 00 P.M. and on Fiiday the 20th from 7:00 P.M. In 9:00 P.M. S:inta is bi-ing brought lo Hunt- ](;>¦ through the courtesey nf How aifi Rulh and the combined Bu.s- ;ne:i!nien of our village. School Concert December 13 The Huntley High School Senior Hand and Senior Chorus will pre¬ sent theii' Annual Winter Concert December 13, 1963, at 8:l.'i p.m. :it the Huntley Cons. Schools (^lymnasium. No admission vvill be niade. The high school .Senior Band will open with Paixiosf' H the Loose, by S Nest ico whicji / madcup ol three parts, Littk*.Warrior, Lulla¬ by and Pinto Pony; i. Forest Splen¬ dor, an overture by J. Olivadoti; a popular idom oi^wjusic, Pizza Party, by H. L. W;f^i; the Grand Finale, from the J^5. Bach Can¬ tata 207, arranged by P. Gordon; and they will close with The Christmas Party arrange by H. L. Walters. The high school chorus will open with an English folk song. Early One Morning, arranged by T. Dun hill: (Jver Bethlehem's Town is a Christmas carol by D. F. Mulier; C^ossack Lullaby, A Russian folk song, arranged by M. Evans; the Czechslovakian carol, Carol Of The Drum, by K. Davis; an English folk song, O Dear What Can The Matter Be?, arranged by P. Stone Tho Sledge Bells, by H. S. Rober¬ ton. v\ith the text by Edgar A. Poc; and Sing, Sing A Song For Me, by O. Vecchi, arranged by N. Greyson. Village Board Ther egular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Village t)oard was called to order by Mayor Wilpault Brill last Thursday evening Dec. 5. Trustees Staab, Fitzi, Ackman, Enstrom and rud.v present. Atty. Cowlin,Clerk F^^nstrom, pre.sent. Minutes from thep revious meet- ingwere reada nd approved. The bills were read and ordered paid. A motion by Fitzi. seconded by staab, to accept the resigination of Emil Meyer from Ihc Village plan¬ ning commission. Tie vote was all ayes. Motion carried. At a previous meeting the b'o;ud had voted not to accept Mr. Me.sers resigination. A report fromt he zoining board isalcd thai the Illinois Bell Tele¬ phone Co. had ask to place two mobile trailers on projjeity near H D Catty Co. The trailers will be used to im[)ro\e the telephone ser¬ vice in Huntley. The board ai)pro ved the temiwrary buildings. Delinquent water bills were di.s cus-sed. There are a number of big doliguent bills against residents of the village. The Village is in the process of taking steps to collect these deliquent bills. Being no further business the meeting was adjourned at approx¬ imately 9:30 P.M. Huntley Wins Over Malta On Tuesday Dec. 3, Malta \ isited the local gym and took on the IIun11(\\ aggregation. Hunt I oy aggrrgal'on. Huntley started out like a h )usc afire as they lead at the cuarter 18 8. Malta reduced the lead at halftime by two points 28-20. Huntley outscored Malta 1510 in the third quarter for an impre=sive 13 po'nt lead at this mark, 43 30. The boys stretched this lead to 16 points at one time 56 40 but then got a little wild and gave away some points. How- e\er, wc survived the Malta bar¬ rage to win 6034. Their was a very large attendance at this first home game and the team appreci¬ ates it. Police Report . Chief Richard Nelson announced today that 1964 Vehicle stickers and flog tags are available at tho Village Hall. Sometime Ix'tween 3:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. Thursday, December 5th Huntlej- Police wcro notififKi that a 1961 buick tearing Illinois li¬ cense plate no. 786-268 was stolen from the Union Special Parking lot. The two doqr hardtop belonged to Robert S'lihlfh of 113 "Shales, Crystal Lake Manor, Crystal Lake III. Huntley police b)elieve it Is possible that the car was stolen as a joke and that the thieves became frightened when the police were called. Any information on the whereabouts of this car should be reported to the police immediately. XMnas Edition The Annual Christmas edition will appear in the Huntley Farm- side in the issue dated Thursday, December 26. This edition wiil, however, reach you Tuesday, Dec- emt)er 24. For this reason we are setting Saturday, Decemijer 21 as the deadline for all news and ad vertismentsfor fhis edition. The Christmas edition, as has been done in years past will be printed in read and green as well as the usual black. Rates for this issue are list¬ ed in an ad el.sewhere in this paper. Slave Sale IniorMnatiGn Fillowing is an uptodate record of those who contributed to the Huntley F.F.A. S lave Salo as prepared by the F.F.A. Chapter. As was reported in last weeks pap¬ er, the money from the sale will be put in a Jim I'ettcs fund. Jim, a former F.F.A. memtwr lost his arm in a recent faim accident. List of Buyers of Slaves at F.F.A Slave Sale [in order of sale!: How¬ ard Ruth, Mrs. Art Kahl, Enos (^'onley & Sons, Henry Marlowe, ChaHes Fringt r. Clyde Bakley, Col- lisn Pharmacy, Bill Bein, Dr. Her¬ nandez. Enos Conley & Sons, Hen¬ ry Marlowo, Clanyard Farms, Karl Scheisher, Enos Conley & Sons, D & Z Transfer. Ken Bakley. Chuck Modaff, Henry Marlowe, Bill Sei¬ ler, Harry Isenhart, Lee Henning, Tom Spates, Al Millerman, Jim Schultz, Mac Bundgard, George Borhart, Dr. J. P. Ostrander, Clan- .vard Farms, Ray Kelley, Bill Pal¬ mer, Bob Miller, Ray Kelley, Ken CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Young Dents Met in wJotntley The film "Consumer Fraud" was featured at the December 3 meet¬ ing of the Youn^Pomocrats of Me Henry County i Chhe Bowl Hi in Huntley. This fil/iK taken from the I..€e Phillips television show, was produced to acquaint the public with the work of the Bureau of Consumer Fraud, a division under Attorney General William G. Clark jurisdiction. The film cautions the public on how to avoid being vic¬ timized by misleading sales con¬ tracts, fake guarantees and other forms of fraud promoted by the occasionalun scrupulous dealer. Robert B. Siegel of Union dis¬ cussed the proposed McHenry County Community College. Also, William Giblin, McHenry County C^hairman of the Demotratic Party briefly addressed the group. The next meeting will be held January 8 at the V.F.W. hall in Marengo. Neighhors Help Diedrick The neighbors and friends of Fritz Diedrick helped himw ith his coin picking; when they learned that he would be unable to do it himself. They are [left to right]: We» Deldricli, Harvey Lowe, Eknil Workow¬ ski, Herman Albrecht, Philip Plane, Harry Isenluurt, Alvie Kahl, and Ward Plane. [Editors Note: We are very sorry for tlie delay in tiie printing of this picture.!
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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