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g-deHUNTLEY ^^oAwstde VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 48 THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1964 PHONE: 312-669-6621 (any time) (It no answer) 816-4a9-(»»8 "^^:^*:. FILE HMNrLFIY. ILL 6 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEHX.Y 7c PER COPI Huntey Legion Auxiliary Officers Madfuns: Marilyn Eckman, May Chesak, Louis Hammond, Lima [Sonny] Tessendorf, Mabel Schultz, Elsie Jordi, Heddy Leonard. Seated: Jenny Skytte, Lucille Kodi, and Betty Shott. pnc The American Legion*—axillary met on Monday, Mar. 2, at the Legion home. Meeting opened in due form, Redy Leonard, presi¬ dent, presiding. Mabel Schultz in her report, has a senior in mind who will study for nurses Training. Initiation services were held for three new meml)ers: Mesdames Betty Shott, Lucile Koch and Jenny Sityttee. Vi Jurs was the officer of the initiation. Elsie Jordi and Marilyn acted as sergeant-at-arms. Officers taking parts in the service were Bernice Bayley, chaplain, Lois Hammond, Lima Tessendorf, Mabel Schultz and Heddy Leonard, May Chesak was at the piano. President Hedy Leonard then welcomed all. Essay winners were then pre¬ sented by Mabel Schultz and their mothers introduced. Diana Diehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz of E. Main Street and Frances Donahue, 2nd, and Rich¬ ard Kuestner, Srd. In the next class David Hemmer and Patricia Hemmer, 2nd. Each winner received a check from the Auxiliary. The judges were Miss Bernice Heinemann, Miss Ida Mackaben and Mrs. Ruth Fenwick. Each judge was presented with a gift. Mal>el Schultz, Americanism chairman, requested all read the writing of the preamble. Monies voted by the group: $5 for Free Radio to Europe; $5 to National Security; $35.50 for Scholarships. On March 28 the Legion will hold their Birthday celebration and a chicken vWU be served to members of the Auxiliary. Mabel Schultz reported nine pounds of carpet rags in the value. ,$5 was also given Easter Seal. Delegates to the Coimty meet¬ ings were Lois Hammond and May Legion Aux. Essay Wiumi^rs Pictured above art legion Essay winners. They are (Left to Right]: Richard Kuestner; Srd In class one, Patricia Hemmer; 2nd in class three Frances Donahue; 2nd in class one. Diana Diehl; 1st in class 1. Davl^ Hemmer .winner In class one was absent from the picture. President Heddy Leonard [left] and chairman Mabel Schultz [right are seen also. Chesak. Ten juniors were present. The meeting was closed. The hostess prize winners were Betty Shott and Mazie Blott. Refreshments were served and a beautiful birthday cake by Lillian Willis, Mabel Schultz, Vera En¬ strom and Vi Jurs. Heart Chairman Lois Hammond would like to remind folks to send in their envelopes. On March 18 a party wall be given for the vet¬ erans at Elgin. This is to be a pro¬ gram and the Hobo Band, which is the Senior Ciioir of the United Church of Christ Congregational, wiU perform. Mrs. Henry Marlowe and Mrs. Nancy Johnson is in charge. Refreshmehts wUl be serv¬ ed the veterans. Joe Hetntner Gradtkates Diplomas for 1491 mid-year graduates of the University of Illinois are now being prepared, according to information from the university. Nine students from McHenry county are among those receiving degrees at this time. No com¬ mencement exercise is held and di¬ plomas are mailed about April 1. Joseph Charles Hemmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hemer of rural Huntley is one of the graduate students receiving the Bachelor of Science degree at this time. Joseph was also mentional in the dean's list recently released for outstanding scholarship. NOTICE The Village of Himtley February 29, 1964 I have re-considered and havc withdrawn my resignation with hie approval of the Vilage Board •ind will continue to sen-e as your chief of police. Sincerely, [signed] Richard A. Nelson Mortgage Burning At Trinity Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church invites all its members and the comunity to take part in a Special Ser\'ice of Thanksgiving and Praise to God next Sunday at 10:15 a.m. in recongition of the completed payments of the mort¬ gage on their church building. A special Thank-offering will be received for the world-w^ide mis¬ sion program of the church. In¬ cluded in this mission program is the building of nearly 130 chap¬ els and first unit buildings for new congregations in the United States alone. Those talunspMt. mJU^^liertr gage Burning Cftremibny Me The ^uckjus Copwnt^tee et tite Finaiiciflir JPHVfe#i"'Jfcfet 'HSkB^tae, Sr., chairman and the co-chair¬ man — Deliin Bwhart, Gillert Frost, Elmer Harting azid Mar¬ tin Heinz, Mr. Henning will qteak for the Nucleus conunittee. The Building Committee: Em¬ est Stading, Sr., chairman, Her¬ man Albrecht, Delwin Borhart, Wilpault Brill, and Martin Heinz. Representatives of the present church officers: Herman Albrecht, chairman; Arthur Hensel, secre¬ tary; Marvin Radloff, chairman Board of Finance; Robert Schultz, chairman Board of Elders; Irwin Wasserstrass, chairman Board of Trustees; Harold Kunde, chair¬ man Board of Christian Educa¬ tion. Mr. Albrecht will speak for the Building Committee and the officers of the congregation. Rev. L. F. Mueller, pastw of CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Huntley PTA. Meeting Held The regular monthly meeting of the Huntley P.T.A. will be held at 8:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria on Wednesday, March 11. No Feb¬ ruary meeting was held, due to Ash Wednesday. The school l>oard has t)een work¬ ing diligently on the iHiilding s[>ace problem confronting both the ele¬ mentary and the high school, and will meet again with the architect on March 4, for further discussion. At the P.T.A. meeting Mr. M. B. Weber, l>oard president, will present the suggestions and pro- po:als resulting from the several meetings with the architect, and discuss how the building program, in addition to making more class room space available to more stu¬ dents in certain subject area, will enhance the academic program in the way of additional courses which might be offered to our stu¬ dents. You are urged to attend this meeting and g^, FIRST HAND mfonnatton on ' Isubject, which is of great knpoS^Uioe to our stu¬ dents and our coimnunity. Mrs. KeUy FeF^A. News On March 2 the Huntley F.F.A. chapter entered the speech semi- finarlists into tl nal local con¬ test. This contesiw^as given be¬ fore the Agriculture Advisory CMnmittee with the cwnmlttee as the judges. The semi-finalists in the extemporaneous speaking «hi- test were Allen Heimsoth, Rich¬ ard Selmartin, Gary Boriiart, Lar¬ ry Johnson, and Vemon ITnberg. The first place local wijner in this divisicm was Gary Bortiart, and second place was Larry J<rfm- son. The boys entered in the pub¬ lic speaking prepared contest were Bill Borhart, James Ketchmark, Lonnie Millerman, Alan Bortiart, Wayne Workowski, and David CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Telephones Vanvalized ' Last Sunday morning between $:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. tvw Hunt¬ ley pay telephones Avere broken into. The phones were thoee lo¬ oated at the comer of Woodstock qnd Main Streets and at tbe cor¬ ner of Main Street and Route tl. \ According to Police Chief Ridt- ^rd Nelson the burglars seemed to have some sort of key to open the coin box partially. Chief Nel- s<m stated that the Illinois Bell Telei^one Co., said the coin boxes in pay telephones had be«i broken out recently throughout the en¬ tire area. The phones were re¬ placed Monday morning.
|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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