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g(.G HUNTLEY '^^0^^ TOLUMB 6 — NUMBER 36 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965 FHOMB: SU-SM-56S1 (any tinw) (It au aMvrer) 8U-i8»«t98 I.IB!>ARY DEPT. SJ*^^ HIGH SCHOOL HUIfTLEY. ILL. 8 PAGES MAnJCn AND DISTEIBIITBD WEEKLT U OOFI One Dead, 3 Injored CriticaUy in Basketkll Bus Collision Voloatoer Oreeaeja^uad reecne squad mentbers assiat as erane litta oar ^Bt^age from body of Mrs. Florence Felemon in MeH^Ky Connty fatality. One of tbe scmbnl- Thirty Vandty and Sophomore baslcet ball players from Rock¬ ford East High School who were enronte in a Greyhound chartered bus to play at Crystal Lake Higrh School, in a scheduled basketball game, on Friday Nov. 26, wit¬ nessed the head on collision which took the life of Mrs. Florence Peterson, 51, of 319 lUdgeland, Woodstock and placed two moth¬ ers and three children in the Memorial Hospital for McHenry County at Woodstock. TTie two women were In critical condition and the three children were in serious condition as this paper goes to press. Tlie driver of the bus was Gor¬ don H. Marhal, Rt. 1. StratfOrd, Wis. He received visible injuries and was treated and released at the Woodstock hospital. He was ticketed for failure to observe the right of way. The Greyhound bus carrying; the basketball players was travel¬ ing east on Route 47. It ttunied left on to Route 176 going South and ran head on into a Chevrolet Impala with its 6 passengers which was traveling North on Ronte 47 going towards Wood¬ stock. In the antomobile beside the dead Mrs. Peterson were her two daug^iters, Phyllis Ule, 30, 712 E. IQmball, Woodstock, and Marjorie Jenkins, 24,16710 Kishwaukee Rd., Woodstock, and her 3 grandchil¬ dren Cindy Jenkins 2, David Jen¬ kins, 3 and Tracy Ule, 13 inonths. Mra. Marjorie (Leo) Jenkins was tiie driver of the car. According to Deputy Sheriff Robert Crabtree, it appeared that tiie btB bad run into the car. Tha basketball players were taksn to tite Crystal Lake High School in tha ears of the Crystal Laks Volimtaav Fire Dapartmant and Rescue Squad. They were later taken to the Woodatock Hospital for check ups after the game; all appeared to be uninjured. Anotlver Greyhound bus was sent frotn Rockford to pick them up. The score of the game was Crys¬ tal Lake 68, Rockford East 62. Subscription Contest Data The 26" Bicycle, whirfi is the Grand Prize in the current Huntly Farmside subscription drive is now on display at Heinemann's Hardware in downtown Huntley. The transitor radios, which are also offered as prizes can be seen at Collins Flharmacy. To earn their bicycle the boys and girls must have a total of 500 points. To earn the transistor radio they must have a total of 175 points. Points will be awarded on the following basis: New and Gift Subscription 15 Points for a new 1 yr. sub. 30 Points for a new 2 yr. sub. 46 Points for a new 3 yr. sub. Renewal Subscriptions 10 Points for a 1 yr. renewal 20 Points for a 2 yr. renewal 30 Points for a 3 yr. renewal The date on renewal subscrip¬ tions will be advanced to the date when the current subscription ex¬ pires. Sul>cription'rates are: $2.50 for one year, $4:60 for two years, 16.60 for three years. In addition to the points they earn toward their prizes, partici¬ pants will also be paid a ccmmis¬ sion of 2Sc on each sale. Farther details and special sub¬ scription blanks are available at the Hnntley Farmside office, 81 Grove Street This contest will end on-Sataiday, Daoamber 18. hospital. Grand Opening Winners List Below is printed a list of th& prizewinners in the Grand Open¬ ing celebration held last week at Don's Super-Valu. T V Set, Edgar Ream; Electric Kinfe, Ida Miller; Radio, Rkshard Dwyer; 30-Cup coffe pot, Mrs. Wm. Tobin, Gilberts; BacUo, Al¬ vin BBall; 30 Cup coffee pot, Mrs. Edward VanAcker, Electric Train, Mrs. Dema Benner; Fishing Set, Mrs. Pat Susanke; Electric Train, Martin Obenauf; Fishing Set, . Mrs. Harry Colby; GROCERIES: Mrs. Norman Zimmerman, Aug. Fredrick, Tom Bjom, Mrs. Fred¬ rick Harm, Mrs. Marion Bassett, Carpentersville, Mrs. Julia Wag¬ ner, JoAnn Pfaff, Olivw Statler, Alice Rendl. UCC Jr. Chohr Held Dance The Junior ClKHr of the United Church (ft Christ Oongiegational held a dance last FHday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 in the Sodal Hall. Approximately 25 memetos of the choir and their guests were in attendance with Mr. and Mrs. Quin O'Brien as chaperons. Members of the choir subsidiaed the party themselves maA did «11 the work of decorating, serving re¬ freshments and dealing up. Tike diodr is con^osed of boys and girls from Sth through Sth grades. They sing at the morning worship ser¬ vice two Su^Ktays each month. i>TA Douhle Progrant fOa Wednesday, Nov. 12tii, tiie TfTA, in cooperaticn with hifi^ stiKxA faculty aad oommunity lea- dfn, presented a moat entertain¬ ing doUUe program to meinbars and other interested parties. To begin the e«>eiiK agood-afa»d crowd of high tdNKa puents were treated to a renane of titefar cMId- ren's faa^ased day. Aa they visit¬ ed each room, a hCfeiful teachn- gave a ten.ndnote mhdown of the subject taught there. Meanwhile elementary school I>arents bad a brief business meet¬ ing followed by a diacusaion of ed¬ ucation in tfae commnnity. Mr. Bob Gruner and Mr. Heory Mar¬ lowe gave brief talks on wtait they felt ~ the aefaool tiiould do. Mr. Gruner f avcsed the vocattooal ap¬ proach while Mr. Mariowe i the need for empbMto on i subjects, kxaudbo^ move a^tttve ooDipetitkn. Ibey were Joined la¬ ter by Mr. Bud W<|>er. Senfeal questiaas ware ndaad traok the floor and namy peosie felt the cfe- cusBion oouki be brongfat MP j«ain. at some future date. Many thanks is due thaae men and tfae teachers who gawfe tteir vahiabla time hi prejfetetktet and. yet fuiiuanoe. Because (rf the aMMtal Chrictaaa program there will be no meetinK next moQtfa.. Ho<tvaver, the PTA will apoQsor a bake sale that «wen* ing featoring ChriataiBs goodtoa. More infonnatkn wOl loUow. Anxtoal Grade Prog;ratn 13tlk The Huntiey Grade Schocrf will present its annual Ohrkrtxnaa pn>- gram on Wednesday, Dec. ;I5, «t 8-.$$ pjn. in tlie gymnasium. Mxa. Bernard Johnson and Mr. JUimt TWc are wii»1ditg.with the Mudents to nnke this event a mennrable one. "Die tiieme of the program wtU be '-Trsditfaas of CkrUbtaea." This year, for the first time, some of tbe hi^ sohool musk: students will presatt parts of tite tauidp pn> gnsn. There will be treats for oO youngsteni ih the age teacket pre¬ school throught eitfitfa grade, this portkm of the tnx)^fam is spoaaar* ed by the Hunttey Lkais Qub. JtMnior/mSenMor Choir The Jonior Senkir Cbekca at <fce BBnOsy U. C. C. Oaigi aXlnasT GiMirah wSl feaeetA a Ctadekme Ooncatt alike dtordi oi SeaOey evehif, Dee. 5, at 7: rtka anisr Qsotr *TMIkB Dnanmer WOe xBHfs ttih Wkki. lUri will fline Skidb ei Ktegt" by CKbb soft Ghfld." Vtts. Robert TklE, l^«r» me/e, Mary Kerridc, DeUMe «*- ream and Sue l^S^ra wIU bt war mred as aoioists. Mr. !». BtmO- wein will serve as the resdsr. Mrs. Bernard Jafaason is tiw Senior Chrir Wrector. Mr. Qalii CBrtsn dinsets the Seeiar Choir. Many trmfitktial carols wm be sonc in aatttibn to tiie Chriatmae Aatbm. Mrs. Henry Vatkme wffl iMtompeay the aervke. Kathy and MitKy Jeosm wifl aoaarapaiiy o nflw b«s and Arums. Asodal hour will fo&ow ta the Social Hall. The servtee is open to tt»e pubUc TEIHMBAT, Dseoniibnr 2 S'W ym.'Mktt. IHlsisllrni -- i5ii& am rioovs sm poe. VmaaalkoaxA emka 7:«0 pj«. IkemOmH here — Hitttttsr vs. Hiiwallia aikTtTBOAT, Daossaber 4 6M »JB. Pssfcwiilff sit Maremgo sqUPAT. IMwawlsr 6 7d» pm. M«H* Beaaan Conewt k^ at. eed Jr. Ghotra at IMtid CtoRh of n» yMio Ji favttcd. TSUBSOA^ OisMikar 9 8^ pJA. Adril SdneatloB (fetm Laasss) FBIDAY, DaoMDbsr 10 7HW pan. Ba«katbaU at Haiaeon SAfCTDAT. Dseomboar M TM pM. IMskctiMll kam — Wmtter f*. MoossinsTt WIDMSSDAT, OSosaibtf 16 8:00 pjn. Umriitr GTade Sdwoi Amnial 'OiriBtBUS teo- gram Tkma: *X»i^ Idas -nMittknts". Nb- lie Is tai^itai.
|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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