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gdc HUNTLEY ^'^'^' VOLUME 3 — NUMBER 46 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1968 FHOMK: 312-660-5621 (any time) (If no answer) 815-469-0098 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PEB COPY PROJECT SAT Water Problem In Huntley During the past few days there have been several reports of water freeze-up throughout Huntley. The Village Street Department and in¬ dependent contractors around town have been working to correct this situation. According to Irv Wasserstrass, the Village Trustee, if the water is frozen on the house side of the buffalo box, it is the expense of the party involved. If the water is frozen in the buffalo box or on the street side (village side), it is the expense of the village. Mr. Wasserstrass suggests that on cold nights the residents should leave their water run a little bit so that it will not freeze. Kelley's Cacey In New York Attorney Raymond J. Kelley who is showing his Irish Terrier "Casey" at the dog show being held next week at Madison Square Garden will fly to New York City next Sunday. Casey became a Champion at Matoon, Illinois on Labor Day last year when he was awarded "Best of the Breed" by General McKin¬ ley who was the judge for the show. Car 39 Calling Vehicle stickers and dog tags are being sold daily. Did you know that a car is comprised of more than three thousand parts, yet the the most important part is the nut that holds the steering wheel? Always keep this part in good shape to help stem the ever in¬ creasing toll on the highways. Liquor and gasoline dont mix. Safety firat. Boys at Home Stanley Henning, Raymond Cole and Ah'in Menzel are all at home from the hospital as this paper goe:^ to press. Two weeks ago the three boys were involved in an accident 5 miles south of Morris, on Route 47. All were taken to the Com¬ mimity Hospital at Morris for ol>- servation and treatment. Cole was released that week-end, the other two remained for treatment. Stanley Henning has been in traction since the accident and it is rumored that it may be three or four months before he can walk. He reutrned home from the hospi¬ tal on Tuesday of this week. Democratic Meeting Fifty-one McHenry Coimty Democratic Central committee members held their first meeting of the year last week to hear com¬ mittee reports and evaluate last fall selection efforts by and for the various candidates in the dis¬ trict. William Giblin, Marengo, chair¬ man, presided at the meeting held in the courthouse annex. DLscussion of plans for the up¬ coming election was held. The group voted a commendation for Jay Thomas, Harvard committee¬ man, for his good work as a mem¬ ber of tlje finance committee. Those making various reports in¬ cluded Robert Gibson, Woodstock, registration, Harry Brady, Mc¬ Henry, executive committee, Bob C5onway, treasurer, and Jc^ J. Colomer, McHenry, fiances. 8:30 A.M. is the time set by the Mayor to start on the tree project at the cemtary this Saturday, Feb- uary 9th. Workers will meet at the South end of the cemtary to com- en-se work. The reason for this is that there are no grave stones at this end" of the cemtary and it should be easier to take the trees down at this end first. When The trees are cut down they will be burnt on the grounds. The Illinois Bell Telephone Co. has taken down the cable which runs along the road west of the cemtary for this reason the trees along the road will be cut down first. As this is a volunteer project, no insurance can be obtain for the group. We intt^jp^ be very careful as, with or w^ilit insurance, no one wants to see anyone get hijjrt The Church and ma»y Mhec peo¬ ple have been 1" nMt^''""T P this project. The MaydF is look'for a successful day this Saturday. Piano j^cital On Sunday Mrs. Lucille Perley, pianist, will present a Piano Recital at the Huntley Consolidated Schools Music Room, Huntley, Illinois, at 2:30 on Sunday, February 10, 1963 Mrs. John Ireland, Elgin pianist, teacher, and organist, will play several numbers with Mrs. Lucille Perley, Mrs. Christine Follman, vocalist, accompanied by Faye Marlowe, will present some selec¬ tions. Mrs. Perley and Mrs. Ireland will open with the "Sicilienne" by Bach-Kosakoff; Mrs. Perley will then present three solo selections, "Prelude No. 21," by Bach, "Pas- sacaglia" from the "Seventh Suite" by Handel, and "Sonata in A" by Scarlatti. Mrs. Follman will then sing three selections, "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice" i>y Saint¬ Saens, "The Nightingale" by Shaw. And "One Fine Day" by Puccini. Mrs. Perley will then re¬ turn wiith three piano selections, "Scherzo" by Mendelssohn, "Ro¬ mance" by Schumann, and "Etude No. 12 (Revolutionary)" by Chopin Following the intermission, Mrs. Ireland and Mrs. Perley will play the duo-piano arrangement of "Tea for Two" by Youmans-Mer- ker. Mrs. Perley will then play "The Man I Love" by (Jershwin- Grainger. The duo-piano composi¬ tion of "Begin The Beguine" by Porter-Walter will then be played. Composition of "Begin the Be¬ guine." Christine Follman will be played. Ci^hristine Follman will then sing three selections, "Some¬ one to Watch Over Me" by (5er- shwin, "Moon River" by Mercer, and "Summertime" by Gershwin. The program will conclude with the first movement of the Schu¬ mann piano "Concerto in A Min¬ or" with Mrs. Perley playing the solo piano, and Mrs. Ireland play¬ ing the orchestral piano arrange¬ ment The donations received at the Adult Education Adult Education Evening Couurse On Feb. 20, 1963, a millinery course will be given at the high school, Hwne Ec Room. The class will start at 7:30 p.m. All persons interested in this course are asked to register on or before this date. Please call the high school office (669-2091) or Mrs. George Adams (669-5701). Tuition for the course is not de- termmined at this time. Addition¬ al cost will be the charge of sup¬ plies. The millinery course wiU be taught by Mrs. Henry Knell of Woodstock, a certified teacher. The course will be ten (10) weeks long. Mrs. Knell states that in¬ struction will be given for making hats from ready-made and self- made fraunes. Instruction will also be given for frames and materials now in your possession. This class will enable you to make your "Easter Bonnet". Farmer Class ' The sixth meeting of the Adult Farmer Course in Producing Quality Milk wiU discuss "Is it economically possible for the fami¬ ly size farm to produce Top Quali¬ ty Milk?" Elmer Hansen, Director of Pub¬ lic Relations (Turtiss Breeding Service Inc. will be with the panel when the future of the Family size farm is discussed. The class meets at 8 p.m. Thurs¬ day Feb. 7th in the Agr. Dept. of the Huntley High School. performance wiU be given to the Huntley school Music Department. The pianos being used are Story and Clark School Model Pianos, courtesy of the Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools, purchased from Md ElUott Musk: Center, DeKalb, Uli- nois. Surge^f Scouting Boy Scout Week will be cele¬ brated from Feb. 7, thru Feb. 13, by the boy scouts and cub scouts in Huntley, Algonquin, and Lake- in-the-Hills by a Surge of Scout¬ ing display to take place on Satur¬ day, Feb. 9 in the Huntley Consoli¬ dated school gym. It will run from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. with continuous skits, displays, and a' pinewood derby. Show Time Changes Mr. Dave Oldham, originator of the Huntley Hour, announced to¬ day that starting Tuesday, Feb. 12, he will be starting to broadcast live at the Green Diamond Restau¬ rant his Huntley Hour program. The Huntley Hour , originally scheduled from 2:30 to 3:30 on Fridays, has now been split up Into three different days of the week. On Tuesdays and Hiursdays the Huntley Hour can be heard on 'W. R. M. N. radio from 2:30 to 2:45. On Friday it can be heard from 2:30 to 3:00. Mr. Oldham extends an invita¬ tion to tmyone interested to come dawn and have coffee with him during these times at the Green Diamond. He plans to use people on his program who cmne in to visit him. He says anymie who wishes may come in to talk about local happenings. He wants news of the Fire Department, Village Board, Sdiool Board, social events or any other subjects of nterest to the community. Mr. Oldham hopes in the future to expand his show to longer time depending on the interest whldi b shown by the c(»nmunity.
|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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