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gi.e HUNTLEY ^'^'^^^ VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1963 PHONi:: 312-669-56Z1 (any time) (U no answer) 816-159-0998 nc-n^'. FIT." nii:jrr.;cY. ill 2 SECTIONS — 20 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COl'Y WELCOMEtif HUNTLEY by Roger Perley The Huntley Lions had a meet¬ ing on April 9, 1963 at the Hunt¬ ley American Legion Home. 20 Lions, and guest, Deputy District District Govenor, enjoyed a meat loaf dinner as p^^red and ser¬ ved by the Amer^^ Legion Aux¬ iliary. Lion T. Kelly presented a re¬ port on the recent High School and Grade School Athletic Banquet as sponsored by the Huntley Lions. He reported that 273 attended the banquet. Lion Thurow re^^^he minutes of the recent meoti^Phe also pre¬ sented the treasurer's report; both items were approved. Discussion was led by Lion Mey¬ er in connection with the coming Beauty Contest regarding the Har¬ vard Mill< Day events. The Huntley identification Road Signs were erected Saturday aft¬ ernoon, April 13. Discussion was held concerning the Teener League; a financial limit was set. The meeting was adjourned until the next meeting or April 23, 1963. C^lectioit School Bdd Election Results - The voting on Saturday, April 13 for membens of the school board resulted in the re-election of Ida Mackeben and Wayne Zimmer¬ man. A total of of 361 ballots were cast. The breakdown: Ida Mackeben 297 ' Wayne Zimmerman 205 Charles Lamb 193 Robert Gruner 1 Margarite Baumgartner .. 1 Spoiled Ballots 6 Judges of the election were Margaret Dwyer, Ella Carroll, Norma Garlieb and Ruth Kahl. \ILLAGE ELECTION Total No. of Voters 485 Spoiled Ballots 5 Staab 332 Fitzi 312 Ackman 311 Heinz 150 Meyer 171 Bennett (a write-in candidate) 143 From 10 A.M. until 3 P.M. 32 bottoms worked the form of Mike Shaw on South Union Road, des¬ pite muggy weather and adverse plowing conditions. The efforts of the neighbors was to lighten the spring farm load for mike Shaw, recently home from the hospital. All the crop land was plowed with equipment furnished and op¬ erated by the following neighbors: Jim Schultz, Jim Schultz, Knute Olson, Art Hafferkamp, Lawrence Ernesti, Bill Barton, Carl Adamson, Dick Selmartin on John Selmartin's tractor; Lee Linnenkol on Harvey Linnenkol's tractor; Lee Hennig on Mike Shaw's tractor; Larry Barton on Wm. Barton's tractor. Fuel was furnished by Charles Ehle, local Standard Oil dealer with Vernon Meine in attendance. A delicious dinner was served at the William Barton home with food furnished by the neighbor¬ ing women. In all a great deal of effort was expended with satisfactory re¬ sults and Mike and Olive Shaw are genuinely appreciative of this tremendous show of Christian neighborliness. Musical Friday Adult Education Grade School Concert Soon by Roger A. Perley The Elementary School Music- ale is to be held Friday evening, April 19, 1963, 8:15 P.M., at the Huntley Consolidated School Gym. The program will be presented by grade 4A and 4B, grades 5A and 5B, and grades 6A and 6B. The Pre-Band of grades 4 will open the program with the select¬ ion of the "Overture" from "The Moon For A Prince" opperetta, as composed by Dr. B. Coar. "H. M. S. Pinafore", by Gilbert and Sullivan, as arranged by A. Johnson, and M. Van Dyke, will be presented by the fifth graders. Some of its songs are fsuniliar to almost everyone and this comic apera about "the lass that loved a sailor" is second only to the "Mikado" in the number of annual "revivals." Bizet's "Carmen", as arranged by A. Johnson aand M. Van Dyke, will be presented by the sixth gra¬ ders. This opera has so grown in popularity that it is-now the most frequently produced French opera. Some of its music is universally popular. The producjljl^taff is composed of the teachel^pi the grades of 4, 5, and 6, the Grade School Prin¬ cipal, the Music Teacher, and Mrs. Lucille Perley, who is the major musical accompanist. Participation in the program is presented by all of the students in the respective grades. The two apera selecti^^produced are 30 minute adapt^^s of the original Works. On Wednesday. April 24, 1963 at 7:30 P.M. the Huntley Consol¬ idated School will begin the last adult Education Class of the year. The class will be a Civil Defense Adult Education Class entitled Ed¬ ucation For Survival". Both the class and instructor, Mr. John Mc- I..ane, a teacher ata Hampshire High, have been fully approved and certified by the State Depart¬ ment of Education at Springfield. The class itself deals primarily with civil defense problems as well as other disaster problems includ¬ ing storms, tornadoes, etc. that might strike a community at any time. Slides and films will be used to facilitate the program itself. The class will consist of six eve¬ ning sessions of two hours each from 7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. begin¬ ning April 24. 1963. The maximum enrollment that can be handled adequately in a course of this type is 40 people and we already had 36 people express an interest in this type of class. If more than 40 people sign up for the program than we can accom¬ modate we will try to offer the class again next year. Pastor Perkins Advanced Rev. Lawrence Perkins, pastor of the United Church of Christ- Congregational, was elected Tues¬ day to a three-year term on the Board of Trustees of the Congre¬ gational Christian Conference of Illinois. The Conference is meeting in Moline on May 7-9th for its Annual Meeting. Delegates from the Huntley Church besides Rev. Perkins are Mrs. Eugene Hardy and Mrs. Henry Marlowe. by Roger A. Perley The Annual Cadet Band and Jun¬ ior Chorus Spring Music Concert will be April 26, 1963, 8:15 P.M., at the Huntley Consolidated Sch¬ ool Gym. The fifty- two member Cadet Band of fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders will present the second half of the program. They will present five selections. The forty-two voice Junior Chor¬ us will present their selections dur¬ ing the first half of the program; the chorus is composed of seventh and eighth graders. They will sing seven selections. The concert members belong to each of the respective origanizat¬ ions Ufxjn their own election, and are therefore, elective music pre- formance classes. Track Meet PTA. Bake Sale Mrs. Kelly and her committee, Mrs. Burmeister and Mrs. Britton, sincerely thank all parents who responded so willingly with con¬ tributions to the bake sale proj¬ ect. Also, thanks should go to Mrs. Delaney, Mrs. Barry, and Mrs. Robert Schultz far their assistance 123 families responded to the in¬ formation blanks sent out by the committee, and over $130.00 was netted by the bake .<»ale. The first track meet of the seas- son was held last week at Mar¬ engo, with entries from Marengo, Richmond and Huntley. Re.sults ^^^ as follows: Marengd^t — Huntley 53 — Richmond — 29 Boys placing 1st or 2nd for Huntley were: Terry Henidng 1st Shot Put 41* 1" Terry Henning lat Discus 126' 4" Dennis Enstrom 2nd Pole Vault Dennis Enstrom and Wayne Workowski 1st High Jump Tie 5' 2" J^ Larry RaJ^Rsen 1st 100 yd dash 11.1 Jeff Palmer 2nd l^Ue Huntley 1st 880 relay 1:45.0 (Linnenkol, D. Johnson, A. Heimsoth, Rasmus¬ sen) Dave Johnson 2nd low hur dies Huntley 2nd Mile Relay (Con¬ ley. Aavang, Roesslein, Workowski Track Schedule of coming events April 19 Genoa - Hampshire Genoa 4 p.m. April 24 Marengo Here 7 p.m. April 29 Northwestern Naval & Mil school Hebron Here 7 p.m. Members of the Grafton Girls 4-H club assisted in the McHenry County Easter Lily Tag Day on Saturday. Twelve girls acAd tags in the village and although final reports have not been released, it is known that more than 350 tags were sold. The containers were turned over to one of the Woodstock Banks where they would be opened and the money counted. Figures will t>e released at a later date as to what was collected as the result of the tag day. Funds are used to support tbe Easter Seal Therapy Center activities, the speech clinc and related services. Last summer the girls toured the facilities of the Easter Seal lliera- py Center as a part of their health study. Their participation in tfae Tag Day sales on Saturday was a part of theu* community serviee activities.
|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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