The Huntley Farmside
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^« HUNTLEY ^^>^' VOLUmi 6 — NUBIBER 36 THCDSDAY, DBOSMBER 9, 1966 raoNBt SU-MS-56tl (ai^ ttme) (U nu anMfwr) 8U-4SMMS SCHOOL PILE 12 PAGES MAn.Kn AND DISTRIBirrED WBIBKI.V la Village Board Dec. Meeting The Huntley Village Board voted to purchase a new squad car from Ben Hansford Chevrolet, Inc., who placed a low bid of $1600. A bid of $1625 was received from Ken¬ nedy Ford of Dundee. "Hie old squad car was purdiased in 1963 and replaced the one which was "falling apart' at the time. At the time of the purchase of the cur¬ rent squad car the Board voted to purchase a new car every two years or when one was needed if it did not hold up for two years. A discussion was held regarding a registered letter wliich was re¬ fused by the recepient. "Riis regis¬ tered letter had been sent by the Village Board requesting that the property owner remove dead elm trees from his pnq^erty to con^y wdth village t«rdinances. The Vil¬ lage Board turned this matter over to ttieir attorney who wiil see that the trees are removed. A motion was made by O'Connor seconded by Staab to perfit Char¬ les Lazansky to build over the sanitary sewer whidi runs^gjder his property. It was stipul^i^by tlie VUlage Board tiiat liie Vii&ge would not M lMi& AHRMiaible for tke ieiSlkm''fi:-'^SMit*-mk-wmr.' needed repairs uaaei^eat^ the Lazanskjr beSUSeH: ^Elte (Mbie engineers have yet to apprdJ^^hls action. A discussion was held on delin¬ quent water biUs. "Hie Water Com¬ mittee stated that delinquent bills were being paid up on a weeltly basis. It was reported that the smolie machine to checlc surface water being drained from buildings into the sanitary .sewer will be avail¬ able soon. "niere being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. Basketball Statistics After completing 5 games, the Varsity has compiled a record of 4 wins and 1 loss. Ttie victories have been at the expense of Hamp¬ shire, RkAmond, Hiawatha, Wil¬ liams Bay. The only defeat came last Saturday when a tall Marengo quintet defeated us 56 to 49. The big problem that the Red sltins & Coach Barry ihave faced is an overall lacic of depth. How¬ ever, when Fritz Harm, a transfer tetudertt, ibecanies eligible. Dave Stading and Barry Benner will also be ready for action shortly. Both of these boys are recovering from football injuries. To date the starting assignments have been held down by veterans Brent Weber, Harry Rasmusen, Dennis Enstrom, Rick Zferbiel, and Harry Nelson. Junior IGene Ack¬ man has been doing a fine job filll ing in whenever the occasion arises In fact his 2 free throws in a cru¬ cial situation last Friday helped the Redskins win their first con¬ ference game over Hiawatlia. Jr. Varsity TTie JVs ronain undefeated af¬ ter their first 5 encounters. How¬ ever, tlieir have been some fairly ~«ita»<BB»e«t«...Onc at tbeae .vm» e-. 39 to 36 win over Marengo last Saturday. Coach Curries main pi^lem has be«i that of getting his team settled down. This is to be ex¬ pected however, since 4 out of 5 sftarters are Freshman who lack experience. If and when thsis prob lem is adh/ed the JV's should be a tough team to beat. To date the starting roles have been held down by Chuck, Steve, Goehl,, Barrq Borhart, Les Gruner, and Dian Dammeyer, Hoppy Kahl, Doug Jordi, Steve Erans have also OONTINUED ON PAOE 7 oon Legion Auxiliary Christmas Party Flotared above are membera of tJie American Legion AuxUiary Unit 673 at th^ pot lack Cbriatma^ Part]^ on Monday Dec 6tix at tte Legion Home. Ham dinner wae served ky tbe eominittee Betty BJcwn. Mary Jane Omner, JTenny Slqrtee, and 4 of the Juniors, ne tables were decora¬ ted in tfae theme of ttie season. 26 members and 2 guests were present. Mr. John Heiney and Bin Qnin O'Brien wer j^esent Tlie officers and past prestdents were presented and each past president received a amaU ontttng of '^Snnny'B Siiawl," iH;K>tted plant. An exchange of gifts foUowed ilie dinner and ttie gro<q> sang aocoropanled by May Chesak at tiie piano. In June die four Juniors vriU. be gaduated hrto the Unit, May Chesak <Hir llth District Director wfll be In charge of the graduation. Meeting followed with Lola M«is- hak president presiding. Group voted 160.00 to the 8 pdnt program $5.00 to the Auxiliary loan fund, $10.90 to National Security fund, and $5.00 to manorial for the four Chaplain who lost their lives. Ma¬ bel Sohultz to present flags tothe winners in the Essay contest and Kim Peterson Earns Radio Coming Events Annual Grade i Progratn 13th In cooperation with the annual school Christmas program, Wed¬ nesday, Dec. 15th the Huntley PTA will present a bake sale featuring Oiristmas cooldes and candies. These delicack» wdll be «i sale in the hall outside the gymnasiimi folliwing the program. It is hoped everyone will want to buy, not only those who are unable to make their own goodies,' but also pe<9le who wish to sample the many varieties. Mrs. Fenwick Renamed Fund Chairman Mrs. Ruth Ftewick and Wayne Miller were asked to be a part of the local Red Cross organizatkMi for thfe year 1966. Mr. Fenwick was renamed Red Cross Fund Chairman and Mr. MUI«' madcf a Director of tWs organization. The Woodstock office cares for 30,943 families in this county. Tlie main function of th|s office ai the present time is hoping the local service men and their famiUes. During Uie month ot Nov. twenty- nine service men wipre given assis¬ tance by the McHenry County Un¬ it. Of. this number five men from tfae Huntley area were helped. TJne Red Cross played a trig part in tfie Crystal Lake tornado disaister. Tliis Chapter promotes water safe¬ ty and, of course, does a real good job in the area of fii^ aid. Tlie Woodstodt attkx has been running at a deficit and, tlierefore, has had to call upon the National Chapter fbr finandal support mi various occasions. Your added financial, and vol- tejteet luiq^ort for tbe year 1966 wOl be greatly avpeadetai. Huntley Girl Hospitalized Two teen age giris were injured at about 7 p.m. Friday Dec. 3 when the car driven by Barbara J. Tafel, 16, 231 Deeipntfa. Afeonquin, crashed into a parked car on Rte. 31, in Algonquin, in froot of the home of Dr. Nlequirt. Miss Tafd was south bound. In the car was a passenger Mary Ann Redl RR 1 Huittley. Both girls were taken to the Woodstodc Manorial Hospital both had laser- aticms of the face. Miss Taffti was later taken to tfae Elgin Hos¬ pital at the reqtfest of her parents The conditkm of Mias Redl was r^jorted as fair as the Farmside goes to press. Sgt. Ned Sansilippo of the Al¬ gonquin police taiuidled the acci¬ dent He praised the work of Al¬ vin Querhammer, whose ambulance took the girls to the ho^tal. Christmas MailiHgTips > "Last Christmas the' post office handled more mail Ihan ever be¬ fore, yet the operation was the most etfUAent uf history," Post¬ master Richard Miidielsen sakl to¬ day. Nationally about 99 per cent ot the Christmas mail reached its destinttion hefore Christmas E^ve. "ZIP Code use «id the coopera¬ tion of the public in maillaK eai^ were tfae main reasons for aat sae- oess. "WKh tfae same or better oo- cperaftlon this year, we expect to ' hanfle- uicven greater uolme of mail with less ettort than doxfcig the 1981 Chriatmas rush." Mr. IQcfadsen advised iuflnrs to up dote ta»t year's ^^d^iress list and indute ZIP Codes, tte Zip Codes' for sfltoe of tfae sunouncUng towns OOMCIMUED ON PACK M THURSDAY, Oeoenber « 8:00 p.m. Adult Education (Farm I^eases) FRIDAY, December 10 7:00 p.m. Basketball at Hebron SATURDAY. D*»mber 11 7:00 pjn. Basketball here -.- Muntley vs. Moosetiean WEDNESDAY, December 16 8:00 p.m. HunUey Orade School Annual Christmas pro¬ gram Theme: "Christ¬ mas Traditions". .Pub¬ lic is invited. Pictured above are Jim Collms, owner of veoClUns Pharmacy «nd Qnin O'Brien, publisher of theHuntley Farmside, presenting the radio to lilm Peterson, son of tHi^ijM Mrs. Don PetersMU Kim earned the tran- ^^"'^o!;^*** ^^ ""J*"* suT^ptions te the FarmaUa and now has more Notes On Adult Education Mr. Claude Kincaid gave an in¬ teresting slide film study and lec¬ ture on Concrete Lots and Feed Bunks at the Aduk Educatfon claas meeting on Dec. 2. TWs week (Dec. 9) the adult class in Fanagement and Mariiet- ing will travel to Lincoln Fanor in Dixon'xo hear the Geigy's re¬ port cm Atrazine and Diazinoo. Next week, Dec. (tT^Mr. Nor¬ man C, Specht, farm ^^Siagement iVecia^M, \rili speak on SetaAe will meet as sdieduted on Dec. 13. .;^ Jttnior-Senitnr Choir Concert The sanctuary of the United OiiBx* of Christ Con|p:«gatitmal was tOiaA to capacity on Sunday evening, December 5, for the An¬ nual Christmas Concert given by the Senkr and Junkx- Choirs. Mrs. Beraand Johnson Greeted the Sen¬ ior Choir, Mr. Quin Q3rien the Junkx- group. Mrs. Henry Markywe was tfae accompanist Edw. Brand¬ wein served as Reader, Miss Nancy Jensen played the bells and acted as the drummer in the "Little Drummer Boy.'* Tbe audience participated in the singing of carols. The dioirs sin^ rounded the audience in a unique candle-Ughting feature for the cloaing number of Ifae concert "Si¬ lent Night. Holy Ni^'. Ibe dioirti invited the audience to a Social Hour fidkiwing the program. Mrs. Ehner Britton, Mrs. Loren Robinison, Frs. Ronald Jirik and Mrs. Edward Brandwein, Jr. served refiresiunents. , Mendiers ot tile Senior Choir are: Sopranos; Marry Biitti^n, Diane Downen, Debbie Eddnan, Nancy Jensen, Mary Kerridc. Sheila Mon- . tanye, Shei-ry M^ntajnye, Vtaaey Perkins. Sorcdl Rofaimon, Ann TVk. Altos; Sue Eggers, Diane Hiffl- mqth, Kathy '^emen. Sue Jirik, Teye Miailowe, * BeQe Ortrander, Judy PerUqs, Pat zanroetnan. TiMiors; Doug Jordi. "Hm Relly. Bases. Ed. BrandiMdn. Jr., fttkr ert Tlrk. junior CiMif mesbber*; Panda Jfaft. t^RiHiHKMder, Wendy MO- . lei^, .OrvMmp ]M^ Jdkfijdma. Susan IMnM|Bi, Bttdty Peadke, Sandy Ratti, Sevlt ttmm, Stevep Swaoaon, Tetty Aftgbetk ZMtn non. KUtaxd Ui^MiW Wanda heaaa, tatl Hfeiaer. 'Wm "teilb- ton, Roger Britton.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
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|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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