The Huntley Farmside
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"^^ HUNTLEY ^---^.. VOLUME 3 — NITMBEB 49 THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1963 PHONIB: 312-669-6621 (any time) (If no answer) 815-469-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY, ILL 8 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY Tc PER COPY 2^ning Board Meeting The Huntley Zoning Board of AK)eals meetiing was called to order at 4:26 p.m. on Friday, Mar. 1st, by President James O'Conner. The meeting was held to discuss the proposed re-goning of Illinois Bell Telephone Co. property on East Main Street between Grove and Mrytle. Mr. O'Conner swore in witnesses to testify on this proj¬ ect, followed by the reading of a petition presented by the Illinois Bell Telephons Co. The Telephone Co. wanted to build an addition of a building 20 ft by 24 ft. to be used for the improvement of the telephone com pany's facilities. The petition stated that the building would not be a detriment to the surrotmding area and asked for the construction of a non-conforming use in a residen¬ tial area. Mr. Rosing, of the telephone com pany, stated that iOhe re-zoning was not granted, it4Bk|d work an undue hardship on^K telei^one company. Mr. Uanry Wells, attorney for t><Muad Barrett one of the abt}ec- tors to the proposed re-zoning re¬ quest, called his wRnesses. Mr. D. Barrett, who ownsJMrt of the same lot on which^^B^ telephone company has its bui^lg, said that he bought his place of residence in 1952 when only one small build¬ ing was constructed by the tele¬ phone company. Since that time the zoning ordinance was passed and after the zoning ordinance had been passed a second addition was added on to the original building. According to Mr. Barrett this put the building nine-tents of a foot off his lot line. Mr. Barrett went on to say that the neighbors had been patient with the telephone company, that there are 15 homes within the block and the telephone company has the only business in Continued on page 5 Car Stolen At 11:30 p.m. on Friday, Mar. 1 a 1960 four door Chevrolete sta¬ tion wagon was stolen from in front of Bowl-Hi Lanes north of Huntley on Route 47. The owner of the car was Harold Hansen of 950 Hillcrest, Elgin. Illinois. The car was driven out on Reed Road and was found by police stuck in a snow bank. The thieves stripped the transmission trying to get the car unstuck. When they were unable to do this they took the spare tire, a brown bowling bag and ball, and bowling shoes. The sheriffs police handled the theft as the car was found out¬ side the viUage limits which is un¬ der the jurisdiction of the county sheriff. Mr. Mike Kiley towed the car from the spot where it was found to his gas station. According to C3hdef Burton tlte owner of the car- admitted to him that he had left the motor running and the car unlocked while he w&it into the bowling alley to pick up his wife. Cheif Biuton further advises that if any time you are una'ble to reach the local police, dial the op¬ erator and ask for the McHenry County Sheriffs Office. The op¬ erator can give you this assistance without your having to look up the telephone number. 4-H Club^s Window Displays In Hundey Boys and girls enrolled in the three 4-H Clubs in the Huntley area are joined with 4-H in every state and territory of the United States as well as more than 50 other countries this week in com- mcnorating 4-H Club Week. The local clubs have displays at Farley's Heineman's and the Hunt¬ ley Farm Store. Ttie Junior Clov¬ ers Club numbers 29 memt)ers with Mrs. Wilmer Montanye Sr. as a leader. Mrs. Clarence Kopsell leads the Grafton Girls (Tlub which has 35 memt)ers. Delwin Borhart leads the Huntley Harvesters Boys cnub. The theme of this year's Win¬ dows in "Young Citizens in action". Through these displays the mem- 'bers tell the story of their activi¬ ties in this youth organization. Hnntley Harvesters ViUage Board The findings of the Huntlpy Board of Zoning Appeals will be related at the next regular meet¬ ing of the Huntley Village Board, wtiich will be held tonight, March Tth, at 8 p.m at the Village Hall. As at all meetings the public is always invited to come and see how the village is run. Adult Farmer Courses Orafton Girls Junior Clovers display F.F. A. Public Speaking The Huntley High School F. F. A. Chapter held its annual public speaking contest this week. Thirty five boys prepared speech¬ es for this weeks presentation. The committee for Agricultiural Educa¬ tion and Mr. Barrett listened to the six finalist at a night meeting This group then determined the 2 boys to represent Huntley School March 21 at 7:30 p.m. Alan Borhart, Wayne Workow¬ ski, and Garry Borhart were the six Boys who gave their speeches iis finalist. Alan Borhart spoke on "why Produce Quality Milk; Wayne Nor rowski "What about slatted floors for hogs?" David Memmer "To¬ days conservation for TcHnorow's Agriculture." "Ed Jaseter "The needs of the Dairy cow in today's Bams Larry Johnson "Major Prob¬ lems of the Dairy Industry" and Garry Borhart" Do splatted Floors pay?" David Hemmer and Larry Johnson were selected as the two top boys to represent Huntley at DeKalb. The 10th and final class of the Quality Milk course will feature a very well known Dairy Specialist in Dr. Norlander. Dr. Norlander is now located at Madison, Wiscon¬ sin, but has done extensive work in California in the field of Dairy Milking Procedures. This work was done at the University and has national following. Huntley is very happff to wel¬ come Dr. Norlander to this Adult class and His disucssing differ¬ ences in milking procedures. The meeting is Thursday, Mar. 7th at 8:00 p.m. In the Huntley High School Agr. Dept. Lions Qub Meeting Eleven Himtley Lions were pres¬ ent at the meeting of Tuesday, Feb. 26th 1963, held at the Ameri¬ can Legion Home. A tasty chicken dinner was served by the Ameri¬ can Legion Auxiliary. Following the treasurer's and secretary's report by lion Thurow, Lion Weber gave a report concei^ ning the recent Lion's Sponsored Oade School Basketball Tourna¬ ment. The Lions voted not to undn*- take the sponsorship of a Carnival. The lion's Roar will be held at the Blue Moon on Mardi 20. The tickets wtU cost eadi member $2.50 This will replace the nteeting to be held on the fourth Tuesday of March. It was called to Hte LioQ tnenk- bers that the Calley-Hi Nunrinc CoatlBaed oa page 8 Accident South of Huntley 3 Injured Last Thursday evening there was an accident involving two Hunt¬ ly area women south of Huntley on Powers Road. Mrs. Shaeffer of Route 1, Hunt¬ ley was traveling east on Powers Road and Joyce Volkening was go¬ ing west on Powers Road. The met head-on at the top of a hill. The road was narrow due to a large amount of snow. Mrs. Shaeffer had face and leg lacerations. Mrs. Volkening suffer¬ ed severe leg and facial cuts, pos¬ sibly a broken rib. A two year old child in the Volkening car was cut. The injured were removed to St. Joseph's Hospital in Elgin by the Fredericks Ambulance from Ham¬ pshire. Tree^oject The cutting of the trees at the cemetery .was finished a few wlu. ago, Howevef^ then is atiU aoae credit due to at leaat two more people on this project. Mr. Glejj^ole Sr. who is hi Florida at9p present time and whose paper reaches him late has sent a cash donation for the fiu:- therance of this project. Mr. Leroy Wirsing donated time and ^uifMTient for the project but due to an oversight was not men¬ tioned -when credit was given previously. NOTICE The meeting at which Mr. Nehlig from Valley-Hi Home for the aged was scheduled to speak last Tues¬ day evening, March 5 was post¬ poned due to the weather. The new date will be announced when it is decided upon. Used Clothing Project C^hurch World Servjce truck pick-ups of clothing now being col¬ lected by the United Clothing Ap- -peal for overseas reMef are sched¬ uled to serve a five state area in March and April. World Service Center in Nappanee Indiana, the trucks will be routed through Illinois during the days of March 4th — 23rd, and will pick up clothing in Elgin on March 11. 10 million pounds of clothing for men women, teenagers, and young children is needed to meet the needs of people now being helped by the churches in tWfl winter season. Clothing is now being sent to Iran, Chile, Greece, Algeria and other countries. Anyone having good used doth¬ ing to contritMite for countless needy in areas with too taw. re¬ sources of thefa* own shooU take it to the United C9iurdi of Christ- Oongregaticmal in Huntley. A coir lected box is pUced in tiie "OM Social Hall" tn the mkUDe al the building. Mrs. Dcmald Enstrom Is in charge of paddng. Further inf<HinatlMi can be «l>- tained hy contacting either Un, Snstrom lA M»3961 er the Uate« Cii«rdi «i «6»«ai.
|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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