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meHUNTLEY ^oKi^ide VOLUME 4 — NUMBEB 38 THURS., DECEMBER 26, 1963 PHONE: :tl2«69-R6ZI (any time) (If nil answers 816-459.0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNILEY HIGM SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 14 PAGES MAILED AND DISTBIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PEB COP* Santa Claus Visits Huntley If ^ r arnker %^ourse The Adult Farm cour.se in Pro- duceing Quality Feeds, starting Thur.sday, January 9, will include the following class sessions and re sourcep oople. All sessions wiU be gin at 8:00 p.m. and will be held in the Huntley High C^chool agri culture department. All classes, as in the past be a round tabled is cussion with the agriculture tea chcr, resource people, and class memb«>rs participating. January 9 "Why Better Qual¬ ity Feeds?" \^ill^p disscussed. Carrol Mummer1(^HlDwell Akers, and Clifford Mac^Wnell from the Farm Service DejMirtment, Syca more National Bank and Trust, will aid in this dL^cussion. Manage¬ ment problems and ad evelopment of methods to solve these problcm.s will be covered ij^^is meeting. January 16 - ^Sl Understand¬ ing of Soil Relationships to pro¬ ducing Quality Crops for Quality Feeds" Sarn Haning, McHenry Co unty Soil Conser\ationist, will aid in this very basic dis cussion. January 23 "Producing a qu¬ ality Crop in this Area" This is a practical discussion of soil, fer- tilty needs, and management prace- icos in growing crops. Rolf Wain- scotf, from P.A.G., Garden Prairie, Illinois, will be present to discuss how quality feeds are gadned thro¬ ugh piactical management of soil and growing crops. January .30 - Lauri Koski form DeKalb Seed Corn Co., Dekalb, Illinois, will tie in the January 23 meeting with growing in the Six¬ ties." This session will also include herbicides and insecticides. February 6 — "Special Problems in Producting Quality Feeds with Emphasis on Harvesting, Storage, and Feeding of Feeds to Get the Most Quality out of Feeds and the End Productt o be Marketed" will be covered. Kent Ryan, will known to this area and now with Honneg- ars Research will be Present to dis¬ cuss these problems with the class members. February 13 "Minimum Till¬ age of Crops and Quality Feed" Bob Church and Henry Ebert, well known youngf aimers in this area, w ill share with the class their own personal results of the past yeai-s in minimurri tillage work. This will include soil, crop, feed, and livestock product inprovement. Will minimum tillage fit into pro- ducingq uality feeds in the future? February 18- Wendel Bowere U. of I. Extension Engineer, will discuss "Equipment Needs and Economical Methods of Producing Quality Crops." Wendel is well known for his practicala pproach to managing farm equipment and methods of tillage of crops. He will alsod iscuss tho economics of equipment as well as money earn- en in growing feeds. Wendel has a great deal of practicale xperience in noinimum tillage of crQi»,t oa February2 7 — "A Management [Continned on Page 2] Santa Claus Visits Huntley Tentative Judicial Plans Told Three justices of peace and two ixilico magistrates will be the first magistrates of the Circuit court in McHenry County. Chief Justice Thomas Moran of the Circuit court for Judicial Dis¬ trict 19 appeared before the jus¬ tices of peace, police magistrates and others interested in law en¬ forcement under the new Blue Ballot laws, on Thursday, Dec. 19 at the Court House in Woodstock. The folowing Circuit court magi¬ strates were approved: JosejA Rit¬ ter, Woodstock; Jere Dodge, Algon¬ quin; WJlUam LeFew, Harvard were Justices named: Percy Lotz, Crystal Lake and Rolf Bjeorke, Fox River Grove, are police magi¬ strates named. The Crystal Lal^ NEWS reporter asked how the men were choson and Judge Cooney said that questionnaires had been sent out and that the men indicated the\ would be available for the hours when tho courts will be open. Tentative hours will be from 10 a.m. to 12 n(X)n and 1 to 4 p.m. Mondaj-, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. There will be no Wednes¬ day court. There will be two Sat urday courts each month and some of the eligible police magistrates and one other justice of the peace, Charles Adams may hold court on Saturdays. No night court is planned, but if there is a call some of these gentlemen may sit. The Saturday court will be in Wood¬ stock and the more serious cases wil be heard then. All magistrates will be on call 24 hours a d^y for warrants and other duties accord- CONTINUED ON PAOE 18 BLUE BALLOT Welding Class The arc welding class can still have a few more members. Anyone who has not previously called the Huntley High School may still enroll before January 3. The class starts Tuesday, January 7, in the Huntley High School agricul¬ ture department. Met in Huntley The Fox Valley Police Reserves held their monthley meeting the 17 of December 1963 in the Huntley ViUage Hall. Chas F. Spurr, commander had an interesting program, talks and instruction on Judo were given to members present. Several new members were swar in by Judge Jerry Dodge. Sgt. Andrew Schowski and Ptl- man Robert Longo of the Himtley Police Dept. are members of the origanization. Honor Roll "A" HONORROLL [aU A's] Carol Gruner [Junior], Faye Marlowe [Freshman]. "B" HONOR ROLL [all B's or Better — No C'sl Senior: Barbara Britton, Larry John.son, Audrey Kolberg, Mary Palmer, Mary Seemann, Diana Swanson. Juniors: Alan Borhart, Kathy Heiney, David Henmifer, Dale Roes slein, Dennis Rudsinski, Linda Sel¬ ler. Sophomore: Janet I>rendel, Ann Borhart. Freshman; Barry Benner, Janet Drafall, Eloise H<rffman, Jacquie Howard, Nancy Jmsen, Terry Lamz, Etonna Si^ultzeg Vernon Tinberg, Craig Wells.
|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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