The Huntley Farmside
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HUNTLEY ^«'«'rf« VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 18 THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 PHONE: 312669-56Z1 (any time) (If no answer) 815-459-0998 r.Ci-niL FILE HUNTLEY, ILL HUNTLEY A FRSNDLY VILLMi lWITHCOMTR)(. tllONS lCLUB, ;CHOOL 14 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COPY F.F.A. Fair August 7 Ed Jaster, Huntley F.F.A. member, will be showing the White Rock pullet he is helding at the F.F.A. Fair Wed, Aug_ 7 at Belvidere. Ed will be showing poultry and two dairy animals. The F.F.A. Fair includes 16 Schools from McHenry, Boon, DeKalb and Kane Coimties. Many Huntley High School "\'o. Agr. students will have enterics at this fair. Kichard Rurmetster. Huntley F.F.A. Member, Is shown blocking hi« cross bred lamb. In addition to showing at the McHenry County Fair, Richard will be taking his lamb to the Boon County Fair on August 7 For F.F.A. Dav. New Street Signs Posted & Enforced \ «^. * Pictured above is Police Chief Nelson with one of the newly erect¬ ed speed signs. The new traffic signs have been put in place ex¬ cept three on Algonquin Road which wliich are being painted. Two signs have been ordered for the "End of the 30 mile zone," and will be erected very soon. Due to many complaints of speed¬ ing within the village the Huntley Police Dept. is enforcing a rigid traffic control program, issuing tickets to all violators. Lost is Returned Al Schule Buys D-X Gas Station To Newsboy Last Friday evening Billy Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith, of 40 Bonnie Bae Road, returned home from his paper route, helped his parents load the family auto and prepare to leave for Wood¬ stock, leaving his purse contain¬ ing his weekly collections on the top of the car whore he had placed it while helping. On the curve north of town, near Reed Road, the purse blew off the car and landed at the side of the road. Don Heinz, driving noth on Route 47 a short time later, noticed the purse but did not stop, thinking it prot>ably contained nothing. When he returned a short time later, however, he stopi)ed and picked up the purse and brought it to the Huntley Police Station. The purse contained $53.37, all of it except one check in negotiable currency. TTianks to Don the purse was re¬ turned lo Billy. New Legion Aux Officers Vtts. IfcSw^g Leonard, president¬ elect of the Huntley Unit 675 of the American Legion Auxiliary, will attend t'* annual State Con¬ vention of 'American Legion Auxiliary, to be held on August 1st - Srd at the Morrison Hotel in Chicago. Mrs May Chesak, sec¬ retary, will accompany her. Past presidents of the state will be .honored at a Parley dinner on Thursday evening, Aug. 1st. Unit presidents will gather with the .state presidents when six scholar ships of $375 each to high school graduates who have t)een accepted for nurses training. The Veterans Craft Exchange, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary department of Illinois,^ the only one of its kind, wnll also be recipient of a substantial dona¬ tion to help defrey the cost of its maintenance, which is underwrit¬ ten entirely by the American Leg- tion to help defray "the cost of its ion Auxiliary on a non-profit bas¬ is. State wide donations from Past Presidents groups and local units make this project possible. Other convention social events include the honoring of Gold Star memt)ers at a luncheon on Friday, Aug. 2nd. Also on Friday after¬ noon the election of State Officers for 1963-64 will he held along with the election of delegates to the National Convention t)e Ik? in New- New Orieans, l^., Sept. 912, 1963. Rehabilitation program will be held in the Terrace Room, Morri¬ son, Aug 2nd, when Hospital Vol¬ unteers from t)oth the American Legion and Auxiliary and Volun¬ teers representing the Junior mem¬ bers of Auxiliary will he honored. There will tte a candlelight cere¬ mony for the new volunteers. Mrs. John J. McCarthy, director of Hos¬ pital Services will preside at the Forum. The Annual Unit Dinner will be held on Saturday, Aug. 3rd. Mrs. C. L. Koger of Topeko, Kans., na¬ tional president; will be the guest of honor. State President Mrs Thomas Manus of Chicago will preside at all sessions of conven¬ tion. Pictured above is Al Schuld woh purchased the Eggebrecht D-X Sta¬ tion from tiene Eggebrecht at the begining of July. Al had been working for-GMte prior to pUrchasiag Am stattoH* Ttie mem MW>e .ot tha atailwi Is '-*^^ Al's D-X. Teener League >i!Li .^f^mn The Huntley Teener League won the tournament last Sunday night, July 28, by beating Burlington 2-0. Dennis Enstrom piiched 7 innings, allowing 2"^hdts, 9 strike-outs, 1 walk, there were no runs. 'john Turk pitched 5 innings for Burlington, Don Konecny pitched 2. Burlington allowed 5 hits, 6 walks, 8 strike-out arid 2 runs. The ¦tournament game was played at Burlington. The Huntley Teener League on Friday .night beat Hampshire by a score of 18-1, vnth nine runs scored in the 1st inning Huntley's Brent. Wleber. went 4»/4 innings with the game being called at^BlJ, time because of the more thJ^iOrun legal marginal difference in the score. There were 2 hits, 13 strike-outs, 1 walk, 1 run. Hampshire allowed 10 hits, 7 walks, 4 strike-outs and 18 runs, fn league play Huntley af the present time is in first place. El¬ burn and Burlington arc both one game out of first place. A make¬ up game between these two teams will be played with the winner playing Huntley to break the tie. That game will bo played on a neutral diamond. The date of that game will be determined later. New Factory In Huntley Mr. Lester C. Lightl)ody, presi¬ dent of Illinois Reduction, Inc., an¬ nounced that he will he moving his company to Huntley. The business will he located in the old D-K Pro¬ ducts plant, a rendering company at Powder Park, south of Huntley. Mr. Lightbody stated that his company deals in collecting and processing grease from restau¬ rants, changing it into material which can be used by soap and chemical manufacturers. At the present time he is looking for 18 men for employment in thia new Huntley operation. Before coming to Huntley Mr. Lighttiody formerly had 8 years of experience in this type of busine« in LaGrange Park. As soon as the business is established he expects to move to Huntley. He stated tb«t his type of operation will be * thoroughly modern one.
|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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