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^« HUNTLEY "^omid, Y(H.UME a — NUMBER SO nnJRSDAY, MARCH 21, 19«S VHONK: 46S4W21 (angr tfaM) (K na aitfwer) 4«MM8 10 PAGES Community Auction April 21 A meeting was held on Monday evealnK at the Village Inn of the "anction committee* for the Hunt¬ ley Community Medical Center. This group of men are preparing a community acution on April 21 to raise funds to help pay the ex¬ sisting loan on the medical build¬ ing. Through advertising in the paper and personal contact they have acquired items from residents throughout the area to be auct¬ ioned off. The Hnntley Lions Club has pledged IOO per cent support to this venture. The committee reported that responses have been most gratify ing, however more articles are need ed. Such items as horse collers, harnesses, milk cans, wagon wheels crocks have been pledged in addition to the item listed be¬ low: Old car TV New Lawn Mower Bicycle TV 200 B>. Hog Crocks tbedHUtag. Oiair l-tneTnmX 25 lbs. Grass Seed Bid>y Crib Toys Combiiie Wadang Madiine China Cabinet Hardware Items Skd Electric Motors Incinerator Snow Tires & spare wheels Tricycle (3) Living Room Suite Gas Range av)w Tfa"es & Wheels Bed W^jon Press • jColor TV • Gas Stove Residents wishing to donate it¬ ems for the auction may contact Wayne Miller, Walter or Wm. Buck. Voting Notice Residents trf the Huntley sdiool (fistrict are. reminded Uiat they must be registered in order to vote in the electkm for schod board mentbers which wiM be held on Saturday, April 13. To be eligible, a voter must be a resident of the state of niimris for one year, a resi¬ dent at the county for 90 days and a residi^it in the pveciiict (school district) for 3Q day prior to the election. Residents may register at thf courthouse in Woodstock from 9-5 Monday thrtough Friday of any we^ or they masr register with Mrs. Leo Dwyer at her hotne, 22 Woodstock Street in Huitfley. Her pixme number is 66&.S644. Mrs. Dwyer stated that she will take registratioDs up until the thne of tfae electkm for school board mem¬ bers. At that tfane sfae will be an electioa judge and will not take furtfaer registration. Yeters may register for voting in the Primary election up until May 13. Tbe inimary this year will be on Jooe U. SCTIOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIG!I SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WKKKLY a CAM Music Contest Winners The Oass "C" Area I State Solo and Ensemble Contest was held at Leaf River on Saturday, March 16. Congratulations go to 37 Hunt ley students as they came home with 10 first ratings and 6 sec¬ onds. The Band Ensemble ratings are as follows: FLUTE SEXTET — First — Beveiiy Albrecht, Pamela Staab, Dawn Hicks, Gloria Koch, Sue Kalsow, Peggy Neumann. Pam Jirik was the accompanist. CLARINET TRIO — Second — Barbara Scholer, Sue Hayes, Dor¬ othy Gray. TRUMPET QUARTET — First Tim Kelly, Douglas Jordi, John Kudlach, Pam Jirik. Coothiiied on Page Eight Comedy Show School Board HUNTLEY P. T. A. Presents "THE EARLY APRIL FOOLS'" Elementary School Gym Saturday, March 30, 1968 8:00 P.M. Adults — $1.C0 OiJldren - - $ .50 Purchase a ticket and get two goort things for the price of one. Enjoy an evening full of entertainment ami you'll also have the knowledfje that you've done your part to help us reach our goal of $1,COD.CO for tht- benefit of the school Library. The money we collect for the Library will be used for now anil better educational materials for our children. Tickets will bo sold in the Huntley area during the v-eek of March 18th. Tickets will be avail¬ able at the door on tiie night of the show and at Don's Super Value and Bucks Pharmacy. Don't miss the fun, come to our show March 30th. Rehearsal for the Early April Fools will be Sunday, March 24 in the elementary gym at 2:00 P.M. Dress rehearsal will be Friday,, March 29 at 7:30 P.M. Meeting Basketball Year]£t$4Mm^ by Bob Wicke The Rcd^ins finished the year wilh a record of 9 wins and 15 loses for a percentage of .375. Their rec¬ ord in the Little Sght Conference was &.8, a percentage of .428 and a !ie for fifth place. A look at the Statistics reveals that the Redskins scored a total of 1532 points to 1572 for their opponents. 'This gives Huntley an average of C3.9 points per game to 65.5 for their oppon¬ ents. Four of the five starters aver¬ aged in double figures for both the year and conference play. Chuck Goehl finished first in total points with 367. Brother Steve scored 363 but played in one less game than Chuck to lead in total average 15.7 to 15.2. Bob Wicke was third with 286 points and an average of 11.9 Dan Dammyer was right behind with 262 for and average of 10.9 After this it drops down quite a bit to Hop Kahl's 109. Barry Borchart was averaging 8 points a game be¬ fore having to call it a season be¬ cause of a recurring injury first ob¬ tained in football. The Conference averages of the top 4 were close to those of their season's average. Chuck Goehl scored 229 of his points in LitUe Eight play to average 16.3 points per game. Steve Goehl had 203 in one less game to average 15.9 points per game. Bob Wicke was third with 183 points and an average of 13.1, and then Dan Dammyer with 139 and an average of 10 points per game. The Redskins will lose 3 seniors next year but wiU also, bave 3 starters back and v/ith Bar¬ ry Borchart for a ftdl Seasm makes the future look good for next year's Police Report Police Chief Richard Nelson re¬ minds all dog owners in the village of Huntley that there is a village ordinance requirii^ that dogs be tied or coiWThied at all times. Chief Nelson requests that dog awners comply with this law as many dogs are running loose and in packs tizroughout the vidlage. The ordin¬ ance has a provision that such dogs may be inqxiunded and eventually destroyed. The bi-monthly meeting of tho Board of Education was held on Wednesday, March 13 in the Board ix»m at the school. All members of the board were present, as well as tliree spectators, Mr. Jirik, Mrs. Hicks and Mr. O'Brien. Each of the board members as well as the spectators present re¬ ceived a sheet telling the days the teachers were absent by month. It was reported that tho cafeteria WUs for February amounted to ¦$2,737.12. A stieet was presented breaking down the duties of the janitors. "ITie teacher's monthly de¬ partment budget was presented. The board next took up the sub ject ot bMls, questioning two bills. The first was one from Mr. Homer Barry for transportation of a child to a special school. Mr. Barry's bill showed four trips daily. Certain members of the board felt that only two trips should be paid for, these being for going to and returning from the special school. The second bill questicmed by the board was from the Bradley architect finn. The board questioned some work which was not satisfactory. It was decided to talk to Mr. Barry after the representatives of the teachers had presented their HMSpoMls ngacding contracts. The minutes of the previous meet¬ ing were approved. It was reported SCHOOL BOARD Continued on page Seven Post Prom Party Plans On Monday, March 11, parents of the Junior Class met to start plans for the Post Prom party following the Prom, scheduled for Saturday evening. May 4th. As in previous years, the Post Prom party will be held at 11:45 P.M. until 3:30 A.M. in the Hunt¬ ley Fire Barm. To date, these part ies have been a huge success and well received by parents and stu¬ dents. This is a P.T.A. sponsored ev¬ ent with students paying a nomin¬ al cost of the party. The Post Prom party is for Juniors and Sen- Continved on Page Four Music Boosters The general meeting of the Music Boosters was held Monday March 11. Mrs. Johnstm and Mr. Tirk dis- cussed the coming musical events: the Band contest trip to Leaf River Saturday. March 16 and the chorus ,IJry-outs at Moosehart April 20. Parents are welcome to attend these contests. The elementary bands will have their concert April 2S. The May IU Spring Show wffl be a light comedy witfa a patritrtic theme, "This is My Country." Awards night wiU be held during the following week. The Huntley band plans to participate in Milk Day Parade at Harvard this year. Mr. Tirk hopes to conduct a sum¬ mer camp in August for elementary and High School students if a suit¬ able site is availaMe. The Music Boost«-s voted to give tfae department $200.00 toward cur¬ rent expetmea.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|