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^eHUNTLEY ^f«"'Side VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 48 THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1964 PHONE: ,'$12 669-5621 (any time) (If nu answer) 816-4S9-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNfLEY. ILL 6 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COPV Boy Injured On Bihe An accident occurred on Main Street at Route 47 on Tuesday morning as Roy Diedrich of 120 Lincoln Avenue, who was driving oast on Main Street, started to make a left turn onto Route 47. Ihc left front ond of his pickup truck struck the bicycle on which .John Spredlin, ago 1, of 323 C'hurch Street, was riding to .school. John received a sprained loft arm. Union To Host Howlett Michael J. Howlett, state audi¬ tor of Public Accounts, will speak at a pre-primary rally February 6, 7:30 p.m., at the American Leg¬ ion Hall in Union. The meeting is sponsored b.\' the Young Demo¬ crats of McHenry County. Howlett, a graduate of DePaul University, served as Chicago area director of the National Youth Ad¬ ministration, a program, which gave work experience to 30,000 young men and women in the early 1940's. After serving in the Navy dur¬ ing World War II, he was appoint¬ ed regional director of the Office of Price Stabilization. Ho directed an investigation which smashed a sensational horsemeat racket and braoke up a ring of swindlers who had defrauded fhe public. For this work he was awarded a citation by he National Restaurant Associa¬ tion. Since his election, the auditor has campaigned for legislation to tighten auditing of local govern¬ ments. In (his own office, he in¬ stituted an economy program which enabled him to return to the state treasury $600,628.26 saved for the taxpayers of the budget voted to his office by the legisla¬ ture for the current biennium. In announcing Howlett's accept¬ ance, Young Democrats president. Herb Franks, added the name of Paul Powell, present speaker of the state house of representatives, to the list of important officials who have been asked to speedi at the meeting. Powell is a candidate for Illinois Secretary of State. The meeting is open lo the pub¬ lic. Free dinner and refreshments will be served. Soil Meeting In Huntley The United Church of Christ Congregational dining room will be the meeting place on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7:30, for tho 18th an¬ nual meeting of the McHenry County Soil and Water Conserva¬ tion District. Reports will Ih* given on opera¬ tions and increase in cooperators during (he past year. Myron Pihl, chairman of the ixiard, and Sam Haning and Clayton Bruce, service technicians, will rctx>rt on many of the proojects. Ralph Burnett, chairman of the nominating committee, will pre¬ sent the names of William Harris, Richmond, Henry Markison, Ma¬ rengo, and Myron Pihl, Harvard, as candidates for the board of di¬ rectors, who are elected for two terms. The featured speaker of the eve¬ ning will he William H. Brown, Jr., director of Natural Resources for the Illinois Agricultural As¬ sociation. The Senior High Choir of the Congregational Church will funi.- ish music for the affair. The con¬ tribution will be a "Hoix) Act," which will include many oldtimc favorites. Mrs. Bernard Johnson will direct, Mri;. Helen Marlowo will be the accompanist. Ph one N utnber H onor Roll "A" Honor Roll [all A's] - Carol Gruner and David Hemmer, Juniors; Janet Drafall, Freshman. "B" Honor rU)U [all B's or bet¬ ter - No. C's] - Seniors — Bar¬ bara Britton, Patricia Hemmer, Marjorio Jensen, Larry Johnson. Audrey Kolberg, Mary Pahner, Mary Seemann. Diana Swanson. Juniors - Alan Borhart, Dennis Rudsinski, Linda Seiler, Lonnie Swanson, Sanda Zimmerman. Sophomore Ann Bohart, Bon¬ nie Diedrick. Janet Drendel. San¬ dra Kerrick, Stanley Korwin, Catherine Peterson. Freshman — Marie Conley, EloLse Hoffman, Jacquie Howard, Nancy Jensen, Terry Lamz, Faye Marlowe, Jacquelin Miller, Donna Schultze. Annual Meet In Hartnony The United Church of Christ, Harmony, at the Annual Meeting of the Congregation Sunday, Jan. 19. officially declared that its membership is open to all persons regardless of race, class, or ethnic background. It was emphasized by those in attendance at the meeting that "open memtiership" has always been the policy of their fellowship in the past. The General Synod ofth eUnited Church of Christ in Denver this past July has asked its churches to declare "officially and publicly" their po¬ sition in regard to membership re¬ quirements. It is hoped that through such declarations that took place Sunday in Harmony other churches across the nation which might he in doubt or under pressure to restrict their member¬ ship might be encouraged to de¬ clare themselves as "ojjen church¬ es." To Be Changed At School Effective February 3. 1964. the Huntloy High School telephone number will be changed to 669- 5171 and in addition the school bus garage located on Highway 47 telephone number will also he changed to 669-5174. Tho elementary school number will remain the same 669-5571 as well as the Kindergarten number the same, namely 669-5700. These new telephone numljers may be attained from the tele- phono operator until officially placed in the telephone t)ook at a later date. It is our understanding that the telephone tKwk at a later date. It is our understanding that the telephone company is changing numbers over to the 5000 series due to the forthcoming direct dial¬ ing system ir^jmtley. We wanteo^Psdvise school dis¬ trict residents of these telephone numt)er changes before the effec¬ tive February 3, 1964, changeover date. '- •¦* ' ' Note On Sportsmanship Etifiuette During the school year both elementary and high school ath¬ letes perform on our school's grid¬ iron, gymnasium for your specta¬ tor entertainment and the players own personal satisfaction as rep¬ resentatives of the Huntley Con¬ solidated School District. Tho participating boys play the role of friendly rivals of ooposing teams. They are not mortal en¬ emies ab>out to engage in deadly combat, but are merely young boys who aro competing on the athlbtic field in a friendly man¬ ner with other boys of their own ago from different schools that represent our neighbors in the area — our friends. This, then, basically is the theme of all athletic programs --- ele¬ mentarj' — high school and inter¬ collegiate atheltics — the idea of friendly competition and fair play on the part of all players and sports fan alike. We like to term this endeavor SPORTSMANSHIP. The visiting teams that come to Huntley are guests of the home team, and we are the host school. The visiting team expects the courtesy entitled to them as ath¬ letes and should be treated and re¬ garded respectfully by the host school. It is our responsibility as host school to' go all out to ex¬ tend every courtesy to visiting players, cheerleaders, coaches and fans alike. TTie officials are ALSO human beings, who by contract agree¬ ment ijetween the competing schools have been hired far in ad¬ vance by the coaches and school administrators. These officials are not infedlable in their split second oofficial decisions, and are assign¬ ed to administer the rules of the game in the fariest manner pos¬ sible. Their years of experience and integrity qualify them for their respective part in this friend¬ ly competitive athletic endeavor. [Continned wi Page 2) Hobo Dinner At Church iJme Goumet Senior High t Dinner and Pictured al>ove are some of the membei Choir who will participate in the "HoIm Entertainment" on Satarday, Feb. 8, at Tlieae yound>eople an; ^i|||e'eai "''^'"ItervsiHoir Dhiner on Saturday, Feb. 1. Back row: jfrom left] Helen Mariowe, KsfflHHeiney, David Johnson, Nanoy Johnson, Dean Marlowe. Fro|if>Hl': Faye Mar¬ lowe, Nancy Perkins, Peggy Urbach, and Judy Perkins. a^£^v: The Senior High Choir of the United Church of Christ Cong:re- gational Church are working to ac¬ quire a set of Swiss handbells and are planning a Hobo Gourmet Din¬ ner and Show on Saturday, Feb. 8. There will be meetings at 6:(X) and 7 30 p.m. These young people are also working up a "floor show" of en¬ tertainment featuring musical tal¬ ent, skits and a HoIkj Bottle Band. Also appearing with the Hobos will be Nancy Johnson, director, and George Buchal in duet num¬ bers, Howard Ruth will serve as Caster of Ceremonies, Helen Mar¬ lowe as pianist, the Celas of the church will prepare the food. An evening of good eating, fun and entertainment is promised to all and the ticket for the dinner in¬ cludes the entertainment. . Quality Feed Class Jim Montgomery, Hank Slade, Paul Gates and Jim Foster, all from the DeKalb Agricultural As¬ sociation, DeKalb, 111., will be at the 4th class meeting of the Pro¬ ducing Quality Feeds course. These four men are excellent in their field of corn breeder, cult¬ ural practices, marketing of com. breeder, cultural practices, market¬ ing of corn. The four men will ser\o as a panel when "Producing Corn in the Sixties" is discussed. The discussion will include new corn breeding work, hybrid of the future, cultural methods now and in the future and what are we go¬ ing to do with all this com we are going to produce? The class is 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, in the Huntley High School Ag Dept. Annual Meeting of Medical Group The Third Annual Meeting of fhe Shareholders of the Hiuitley Medical Building, Inc.. was held in tho Village Hall January 21st. 19«4. The meeting was called to order by Earle B. Johnson, who acted as chairman of the meeting. The chairman gave a report on what had been accomplished by the directors during the past yoar. Mr. Johnson elatwrated somewhat on his report by saying that the directors felt that in order to in¬ crease the income of the Medical Building, it was better to share the rent by two doctors rather than to burden one doctor wdth the full increase. He pointed out by obtainingt he services of a dentist the community benefitted and also the total rent income had increas¬ ed, as the Medical Center is a community project. It was stated that there v.as still an existing mortagage that should be paid. The newly-elected directors, Earle Johnson, Wayne Miller and Walter Burmeister, were instruct, ed to work out a method to ob¬ tain enough money to pay off the mortgage, either selling additional shares or by obtaining donations to help decrease the existing loan. There l>eing no further business the meeting was adjourned.
|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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