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¦A "A" \ HUNTLEY ^om^ SCHOOL Fir.E HUNTLEY HIGH SCilVL HUNTLEY. JLL VOLUME 4 — NUMBEB 29 THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 196S FHONE: 312-669-5621 (any time) (If no answer) 816-4S0-09B8 SIX PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COPY Electric Service Interruped Electrical service was interrupt¬ ed in the Main Street business part of town from 5 to 6:15 P.M. last upSaturday, October 12. The inter¬ ruption was caused by a tree fall¬ ing across the line after it had been cut. The tree was located in back of Collins Drug Store across the alley and was cut down by Mr. Clint Birkeneder, a local tree cut¬ ter. Mr. Birkeneder had secured the tree to his truck and had notched it lo fall a'wAy from the wires. However, unknown to liim, the tree was hollow and when i tfell s^t dowTi the center. % of it fell onto the electric wire^yjd the other toward a shed an^^atomo- bile in the oposite direction. A rear window of the car was broken by ^fiatfing limb. The Public Service Co. has made temporary repairs thus : %c False Alartn Huntley firemen were called to false alarm early Wednesday morn¬ ing at 12;30 A.M. Al Ihat time tiho Union Special Machine Co. Siren went off follow by the Village Siren. Immodiately hicfor tho sirens, the light.s went out all over Huntley It Ls believed by some that this may ha\c set off the automatic alarms. Huntley firemen made it to the station in only a few nanutes after the alarm went off. Police Report LeRoy Anderson's car was dam¬ aged last Saturday night when it was struck by one driven by a Mr. Bryant who lives in the McClin¬ tock apartments. Mr. Bryant was coming out of the aj^jment's drive¬ way, turned east onto Main Street; the windows on his car were foggy and he did not see the Anderson car parked in fix^nt of the resi¬ dence at 141 East Main Street. The Bryant car struck the back end of the Anderson car damaging the bumper and rear part. The Bryant car had to be towed away with damage to the right front fender and grille. Redskins* Lose To Central The On tral footbcdl ssuad scor- oda 37-19 victory over the Huntley Redskins in the game of October 18 on the local field. Touchdowns for Huntley were made by Larry Rasmussen, Allen Heimsoth and Dennis Enstrom. Allen Heimsoth made 11 tackles, Dennis Ackerljerg and Bill Bor¬ hart each had 6. Huntley iiad 8 first downs, Ontral 15. Alen Heim¬ soth paced the offensive with 108 yards in rushing. Brent Weber threw 19 passes and completed 10 for good yardage. The team goes to Earlville on Friday niglht of this week. Tliis will be Homecoming for Earlville and game time will begin one — half hour earler then originally scheduled, starting at 7:30 instead of 8:00. School Board The Board of Education of Hun¬ tley Consolidated School met Wed¬ nesday, October 9, 1963 for its regular monthly meetinb with all members present except Mrs. Kun¬ de. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Revolving fund transfers were made. The Audit Report was checked. The Board was gratified to find that the cost per student was — $466.20 for the current year as compared with $512.99 at the cost in the preceding fiscal year. The need for increasing facilities and additional building at our school was discussed and a spedid meet¬ ing will be held this month for further planning. TTie Board approved the request of the Northern IllijAa4Jniversity at DeKalb to includ^. i" school in a teaching survey, to be titled "Be- be titledhavor of (Children". "ITie survey will eovergf**»^ through 6, with the children divided into groups of ten. Mrs. Wm. Alborg, a student at N.I.U. wiUB^ndnct the interviewing, devotiilBo iproximat- mately 45 minutes to each group. No definite dicicion was made regarding the purchase of a new freezer for the storage of food for the cafeteria. With increased en¬ rollment, . more space is needed, since we are also geeting more surplus food from government. Another Blue Bird Bus body was purchased by the Board to replace an older worn-out bus which has been constantly breaking down lately. The Board approved the F.F.A. sponsoring another Slave Sale, the date to be set later. The Advisory Committee for Ed¬ ucation presented there list of sug- CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Hansen at Institute Class ' 2 B " Huntley Grade School iti^*^' MR. AND MBS. JOHN GLENN, 8R, iGA'e FAia» AmmoivATrr, ifir«-Aim itt rlfftt OUver Hansen of Hansen Heating and Plumbing, 51 Main ^Rset, Huntley. They met at a recent trainbig school for Nstionallne product defers in Columbus, Ohio. America's first orhriting astro¬ naut, whose latest exploits seem to be vocational, came within a gnat's eyelash of entering the plumbing and heating business. That's the way the story was told to Mr. Oliver Hansen of Han¬ sen Htg. and Plbg. of 51 Main Street, Huntley, 111. Hansen got the story of what might have been *.a4*",. Holstein Sale Top O' the State Holstein Sale At Woodstock, 111. This Saturday The first annual Top O'the State registered Holstein sale will be held at the Fairgrounds, Wood¬ stock, 111., this Saturday, Oct. 19. Forty-five head of McHenry Coun¬ ty's best foundation females will be auctioned l)eginning at 12;00 noon. This news comes frctfn Jim Martines, president of the Mc¬ Henry County Holstein Club, spon¬ sor of the sale. Selling will ix; 30 big, strong bred and just fresh heifers, select- CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR tor tftiis counti J 1^ pioneer outer spaceman frMn the astroenut's parents at a training meeting for Nationline plumbing and heating dealers in Columbus, Ohio. It was a wonderful experience to meet the GlMins," said Hansen. 'They have sudi personl charm and almost complete indifference to the international fame fhat has done to them." Mr. and Mrs. Gleen Sr. wer*- Nationline dealers for many years in the family home town of New Concord, Ohio, before a serious CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Noti ce There will be no scho<^ on Mon¬ day, October 28. The reason being that is the date of the annual ses¬ sion of the I.E.A. meeting for teachers. This year the meeting will be held at the Oj«tal Lake Community High School. Credion U Day Inlernat'onal Credit Union Day will be celebrated at the local chredit union on this Saturday. Erlo the Clown, a professional en¬ tertainer from Chicago, who has appeared on WGNTV will put on shows for children of all ages at 1C:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and again at 4:15 p.m. Between shows Erlo will distribute candy and over 200 toys lo the children. For children of an older age there will be free ball point pens. Come over. KIDS and meet ERLO and his assistant and bring Morn and Dad along for a day of fun and surprises. Your host for the day is tllie Huntley CwMnunity Oedit Union. In the event of rain the shows will be hdd in the American Legion Hall. Retninder With Halloween approaching, the PosI Office Department has issued a reminder to youthful ofendct>5 to empress upon them the fact Chat tampering of distroying mail boxes is a federal violation and a serious infraction of the low, not a mere prank. Title 18, Section 1705, of the United States Code, Ls suoted as follows: DESTRirCTION Of LETTER BOXES OR MAIL Whoever willfully of maliciously injures, tears down, or destroys any letterbox or other receptacle in¬ tended or used for the receipt or delivery of mail on any mail route, or brakes open the same or will¬ fully or maliciously injures, or des¬ troys any mail deposited therein, shall he fined not mort than — $1000.00 or in^prisoned tK>t taore than 3 years. > ¦.
|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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