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gde HUNTLEY 'SfanmsidG VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 15 THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965 PHONi;: SCffOOL FILE "WNTLEY HIGM SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 312^69-56-^1 (if no answer) (any time) 815-tfiS.0998 6 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKL-T lc PER COP* McHenry County 4'H Queen Candidates Five jouriK wunrvn from McHenry county huvc been named 4-H queen candidates. Winners will be chcsen during the McHenry County Fair by 4-11 members. From left;. Peggy Sclilosser, Richmond; Nancy Kane .Richmond; Marsha Hemmingsen, Union; Kathy Kopsell, HunU|^ and Kathy Pope, Harvard. (Don Peasley Photo) Swimming Lessons at Grafton Park Beach Abovf a IT pictured Grafton Tuwnship younjr.stcis on the first flay of swininiinp: lessorn at the Township beach. Swimming les¬ sons will continue through July. Grafton Town Board The reguUr meeting of the Graf¬ ton Board of Auditors was held Thursday, July 8, at the Grafton Township garage. After the prellnn- inary reading of the minutes, bills, and treasurer's report. Supervisor Ruth presented to the BO'ard a proposed list of items for relief clients of the towrwhip. This Mat cut out unnece«sary items such as cream, tobacco, In«tant potatoes, unless prescribed by a p4iy«ioan. The Board adopted the relief list unanimously. Supervrsor ruth aaid "Perhaps we are hard not to per¬ mit people on relief to buy tobacco and other items. However, It is not our money but the money of the taxpayers of the townahip which we are using and we must spend it wisely for their beat intereat. Road Con>mis»ioner Louis Sch¬ achtner stated he had asked the State of IIHnois for money to wi¬ den North avenue, but the State would not give hVm the funds as It was stated they did not feel that culverts could be placed on the side,s of the road. Schaohttrer said he then used township funds, get¬ ting three bids for the Improve¬ ments, the low bid bdng $4650. Approximately >4 mll« vras widen¬ ed, the remaining petrXen i^tur- faced. Supervisor Ruth started that he had been worldng wttti reporsen- tatlves from associations from the North Shore, Cryatal Vista and Crystal Gardens on a drainage dis¬ trict nvap. The drainage district was set up many years ago throuah Crystal Gardens to remove unwant¬ ed surface wated. In 1942 the res¬ idents of the area abolished the district and the tile waa broken In several places. Superviaor Ruth and the Grafton Township Beard are trying to re-establish the disftrict. Mr. Ruth stated that he is keeping CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE Teener League Scoreboard On July sth the Huntley Lions Teener League played Hampshire. Huntley won the gome by a score of 12-1. Steve Goehl was the win¬ ning pitcher. The loaing pitcher was Henning. Goehl struck out 12, walked 6, and allowed 1 hit. Hen¬ ning struck out 7, walked 5, and allowed 12 hits. Huntley went to Burling on July 12. Huntley won this game aiao by a score of 8-5. Steve Goehl was the winning pitcher. Jim McCuUough w«s the losing pltc4ier. Goehl atruck out 14, walked 4 and gave up 3 hits. MuCullough pitched four Inn¬ ings; he struck out 2, walked 7, and gave Up 4 hits. Rakowaki came in and struck out 4, walked 2 and gave up 2 hits. Huntley has a record of 5 wins and no losses, placing the local league in first place with one game left to play. Wm. Ackman is the manager and coach of the group. Black & WJhite Sale July iP More than 2S0 rg||la>ariwi Walt- ein cattle, a new raeord, are ax- pected to compete In thrv Northem Illinois Black and wAi/^Show at the McHenry County fairgrounds in Woodstock on Saturday, July 17. Judging will get underway at 9 A.M. The show, generally ranked among the strongest of Its kind anywhere, is limited to blub ribbon winners at a long series of County S^h-jme-' scattered from the Peoria ai'^* to the Wisconsin line. Professor C, F. Foreman of Iowa State University, vWii has officiat¬ ed at simular events throughout this country and Latin American, Continued ou Page i Another Good Neighbor Makes A $500.00 Donation Pictured above is James Collins of Collins Pharmacy presenting a check for $500.00 to Mr. Walter Burmeister of the Huntley Medical Can¬ ter. The people of our community are very fortunate in having so many good neighbors. We have received another donation from our good friend and yours. A man who appreciates what we are trying to do. I refer to Jim Collins, our very congenial pharmacist. Eeach day we are receivin help and we want to remind yon that we are still in need of funds. Please make your donations now or contact Wayne Miller, Walter Burmeister, Richard Jacobs or Earl Johnson the Medical Center Directors. We can reach oar goal with your help.
|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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