The Huntley Farmside
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HUNTLEY ^°«rf^ HHUirT|.iYr lCLUB. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1963 VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 27 FHONE: 312669-5621 (any thne) (H no answers 815-469-0998 SC'rOOL Fir.E HUNIXKY ;iM- HUNTi.EY. ILL rn-L 8 PAGES MAU..ED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7f PER COPY Homecoming Highlights First Place Float Winning Window Display Huntley's Homecoming Activit¬ ies started officially on TTiursday owning with a snake dance led by the football team and cheerleaders. The pep band, under the direction of Mr. Roger Perley played school -songs frrom the back of a truck as the sanke weaved through the town. Following the dance the students returned to the school football field and danced around a bonfire. There were short pep speech, songs and cheering. On Friday afternoon the 2nd an¬ nual homecoming parade was held under sunney, mild weather mak¬ ing it a colorful event. A total of 31 entries, including floats, mem¬ bers of the team, the homecoming king and queen, the 2 school bfmds parents, and antigue and new cars, partisipated. School was dismissed early so the children could watch the par¬ ade. The winning floats wes the entry of the Senior Class whioh featured a con of "Raid" and the message "Bug Em". 2nd prize went to tiie Sophomore class for their entry, Srd prize was awarded to the F.H.A. whose ent- re featured a large flat iom on the handle of which were the words "Press On to VictMy". Other partisipants in the parade were as follows: Mr. Don Barrett, CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT Telephone Night "Whether your tastes run to things colorful . . . .scientific . . . entertaining . . . mysterious . . . educational, or whatever, you will find many things of interest to you by attending Huntley's first Telephone Community Night The¬ atre," reports Ed Anderson, Illi¬ nois Bell manager. Next Tuesday's the night at Huntley High Sdhool, 125 E. Lin¬ coln St. Doors open at 7:,30 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m., the manager said. The show is free and everyone's invited to stay af¬ terwards for refreshments. The school gymnasium will be lighted up b>' colorful displays featuring the Bell System's Tel- star communications satellite and tihat "mighty mite" the transistor, which was invented by Bell Lab¬ oratories and lias revolutionized the field of electronics and space exploration. Different aspects of providing telephone service will be explain¬ ed and demonstrated by telephone people who work in and for the Iluntloy area. CONTINUED ON PAGE EIOHT Police Report Ben Hansford Chevorlet, located on Rt 47, Huntley, was broken into last Tueasday night The buglers gained admission to the building through a door at the north end of the garage by forcing the locked bared door. They entered the 1964 Chevy. Showroom and the office in the same manor leaving irr- parable damage as they went. In the office, the burglers forced the safe and a cabinate in which Ben keeps his records. The burglers in all got only $25 in cash as Ben puts his money in Vhe night deposit hox of the State Bank of Huntley. However, they did do quite a lot of damage. Be¬ sides the doors, the Salh and $400. file cabinate will have to be Continued on Page 2 Please Help So many seemingly worthless things that we discard would bring help or hope or pleas- sure By tihe inch or foot or vard m To some folks less fominate Perhaps than you and me If we knew the things they wmt- ed »- 4 ... And who they arc and where they Hotnecotning Royalty he. iW'i There are fcJks who If^ among us That take the time and really care Enough, to collect these wanted items You so willingly would share. Each item has its own story Of happy hielping — always true And when we multiply the glad¬ ness When it's done by me time you. If you, or some service group You work with, have a plan Won't you plea.so tell us the storj' And let us help you, if wo can. The Legion Auxiliary has a story About labels from dog food cans. "Vets" and "Perk" and "Peak" can help Some sightless veterans. To save them is so easy Just like falling off of logs So some bling man can see again Through Seeing Eyes of dogs. Coupons, coupons, coupons We want them by the score. One does so little by itself So much with a hundred more. If you'd like the warm tender feeling Of an ageing matron kissed. Save coupons for the Auxiliary Every member has the list. S & H Green Stamps All American Family Soap Pro¬ ducts All Pillsbury products [coupons only] Raleigh cigarettes Rap-in-Wax Linit Liquid Starch Durkees Margarine NuMaid Margaine Calumet Baking Powder [inner seal] Vets - Perk and Peak Dog Food [enWre wrapper]. Sunny Tessendorf CoupOTi Chairman. Huntley American Legion Auxiliary Mr. Tom Kelly and members of the Studerrt Council Committee were in charge erf the entire htwne- coming dance. The high school gym •^f read and white. The dance was very well attend¬ ed. Music was furnished by Earl Adams and his Musicmakers, a four piece band from Rockford. Terry Henning and Mary Scott, last year's homecoming King and Queen, crowned the new King and Queen ,who were Allan Heimsoth and Mary Seeman. The crowning ceremony was held at 10:15. Mem¬ bers of the Court included Janet Evans, Mary Palmer, Marjorie Jensen, Emma Susong, Larry Johnson, laverne Jordi, Rol)ert Kahl and Denrus Ackerl)erg. They were chosen by election by the en¬ tire student body. The attendance at this dance by former graduates was very good and the entire affair was consider¬ ed a, complete success. ff!^ Park Board last Wednesday* right at the Hun¬ tley Village Hall. Members present: Trustees; Albre<d|^D'Connes, Nac¬ ker, Lorance, ^^kiden; Porter, Sect.; Bennett, Atty.; Cowlin, and Treas.; Persons. Commisioners O'Connor, Albrect and Lorence were appojrrted to meet witih engineers in Lakewood to discuss the Sewer. Bennett, Nacker, and Albrecht were appointed to set up the skat¬ ing program in Crystal Lake at Grafton Beach and in Huntley. It was discussed that possible the Grafton Park Beach House wwjld he opened for the use of skaters this winter. Sect. Bennitt was appointed to get the books audited to show the proffit or loss at the beach last summer. Being no futher business, the meeting was adjourned. Redskin Lose Hotnecotning The Huntley Redskins tasted de¬ feat . in their Homecoming game last fViday night, losing to Genoa- Kingston by a 32-12 score. A rec¬ ord crowd was in attendance and supported the local team all the way but tlieir efforts failed. Thds was tho first game in conference competition. Genoa scored in the first period one a 25yard left end run by Glen Vosburgh, who also scored again in the second quarter. Allan'Heim¬ soth plunged five yards for Hunt¬ ley's only touchdown in the first half. This week the teani travels to face Hiawatha on F^Klay night.
|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|