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giiG HUNTLEY ^««^e VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1965 PHONK: 312-669-6621 (any time) (U no answer) 815-4S9-0998 8 PAGES MAU,ED AND DISTRIBUTED WEBKL.Y lc PER OOPV New Door for Village Hall Pictured above Is tlie new Aluminum door on the Huntley Village Hall. The door was ordered to replace the wooden one which had been In nseeinceitheconstruction of the hall in 19S6. The old door could not be re¬ paired. Post Prom Party Planned This year the Huntley PTA is sponsorinpr the Post Prom party. It will be given Saturday, May 1, at the Huntley Fife Barn immed¬ iately following the prom. A very complete turkey dinner with all the trimmings will be served upon arrival at thte Fire Barn. At 12:30 the Redwoods, a four-piece band from the Rumpus RoRom in Belvidere, will com¬ mence the usic and will continue until 3:30 a.m., at which time the party will end. Tickets arte $2 per person, and may be purchased from any junior at school. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, April 28th. The party, of course, is held only for junior and seniors with or without dates. The Post Prom committee is re¬ sponsible for the students during their atendance at the Fire Bam. Once they leave the building, they leave the buildin, tfiey will NOT be re-admitted. They will then be on their own. Decorations may be viewed by the public up until 9 p.m. Satur¬ day, May 1. Huntley Post , Prom Committee Coming Event WEDNESDAY April 28 — Bar-B- Que Supper U.C.CX. Social Hall UtMffidal Election Returnes A total of 288 votes were cast in last Tuesdays Village Board Elect¬ ion. 125 streight vlter were oast for the paoples party. The returns by candidates are «• follows: WilpauH BrIM (President) 251 Ed Williams (President) 1 Richard F. Enstrom (Clerk) ..264 C«H-I Pe<er« (Clerk) 2 Donald Efwtrom (Truatee) 237 David T. Rudy (Tmistee) 184 James A. O'Connor (Trustee) .230 Clyde E. Bakley (Trustee) 98 School Board (Old Board) Regular monthly meeting of the Boarcl of Ed. of School Diet. No. 158 was held on April 14, 1965 at 7:30 P.M. Upon roll call the following an¬ swered present: Mackaben, Adams, Gruner, Schultz, Weber and Stad¬ ing. Zimmerman absent. This meeting was held by the old board to canvas the annual school Eleceion held oi^Jfril 10, 1965. Canvaes*a« f^Hw: Ernest Stading^^ 216 Charles (Chuck) Lamb £46 Lee Hennig . -^^ 200 Melvin Johnso^H| 176 Charles Ernsti ^^ 1 Charles Kreis 1 Bud Weber 1 Clyde Bakley 1 Paul Isenhart 1 Total of 434 votes oaat. A motion made and approved to accept the canvass of Election as listed above. A motion made and approved to seat Charles Lamb for a three year term. A motion made and approved to seat Emest Stading Jr. for a three Vear term. This marked the end of the busi¬ ness session with the old board. Mr. Weber turned In his key, that the Board accepted with aorrowfull feelings, as Bud has been a great Board member in his nine years of service, he was a wonderful person to work with and was liked by all. We will all miss him. (New Board) At 8:30 P.M. the meeting was called back to order with new boa¬ rd, with the following answering present: Mackeben, Adams, Lamb, Gruner, Schultz, Zimmerman and Stading. None absent. A motion made and approved to nominate Wayne Zammerman as President of the Brd. of Ed. for the following year. A motion made and approved to pay the Secy. A Clerk of the Brd. of Ed. $1150.00 for the following year. A motion made and approved to appoint Erneat Stading Jr. as Secy. The minutes of the previous meet- 4. Clerk for tbe following year, ing wre re«d.and approved. A motion made and approved to transfer $2600.00 from the Ed. Fund to the Transportation fund. Motions were made and approved to award Mr. Kelly and Mr. Delaney a contract for the aohool year of 1965 & 66. The regular monthly bills were read and approved for payment, and the rfieeting adjourned until April 21, 1965 at 7:30 P.M. Board members welcomed Cbuoh Lamb who is now a member and we feel he will do honor to his position. Brd. of Ed. April Meeting of P.T.A. The April meeting of the Par¬ ent Teacher Association was held April 14. President Grau called the meet¬ ing to order and all reports were read and approved. A report was given by Mrs. Grace Mursewick on the success of the PTA bake sale. TTie com¬ mittee expressed their thanks to all who helped make the sale a suc¬ cess. Mrs. Charles Kruetzer of the Nominating Committee presented the slate of new officers for next year as follows: President, Dr. Grau; vice president, Mrs. Vir¬ ginia Hardy; secretary, Mrs. Frie¬ da Lamb; treasurer, Mr. Richard Johnson. The slate was accepted and approved. Mrs. Arthur Hensel, program chairman, announced the May meeting would be instalaltion of officers. President Grau introduced At¬ torney Hecht of Woodstock, the guest speaker for the evening. Attorney Hecht gave a very inter- >csting talk on "Juvenile Delin¬ quency.'" Ho told of the many "teen age" cases that are brought to court in McHenry County. Af¬ ter the consclusion of his talk a quesetion and answer period fol¬ lowed. Presidient Garu adjourned the meeting, after which refreshments and a social period followed. Veterans Craft Sale Coming Mother"s Day is rapidly ap¬ proaching, and in keeping with custom, the people of Huntley will no dobut remember Mother and honor her with a gift of appri- ciation and love, nl order to make the selection easier the Huntley unit of the American Legion will hold a Veteran's Craft sale at the Legion Home on April 28 and 29, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Many new items will be attractively shown, and there will be a willing worker to help in the selection. Free cof¬ fee will be served. All the articles on display will again be those made by disabled veterans/ and their families, with the proceeds going to the veteran. So your pur¬ chase can serve a two-fold pur¬ pose — to please Mother (also your wife) and to help a veteran. Remember, too, that gifts can al¬ so be purchased for that gradua¬ tion, which is alson the way. To enable the unit to carry on with its work, there will be a bake sale held at the same time. The women of the unit have promised to bake pies and bread as well as cakes. D drop in and look over the "goodies." There will also be White Elji- phant sale at the same time. May¬ be you will find just what you are looking for in an add knick-knack. We are also asking for donations of catton clothes. Linens and any oher old items — cottons, that is — for the carpet rag program. The blind veterans are in need of rags to make more rungs, so a box will be plaeed in the hall for all donations. Please give us your old cottons. Remember, April 28 and 29 — (a) Veterans craft sale; (b) Bake sale; (c) White Elephant sale; and (d) Rag Rug collection. All at the Legion Home, Huntley, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. See yon thuwf Marcie Swanson To G^s State Plans for the 25th Annual 8*.^ ion of IllinJ Girls State ar« now under way oocording to Mrs. IMt Hammond, President of Huntley Unit No. 673, American Lt^lon Aux¬ iliary. Thia project, eftenaored by the American Legion AuxWary, Department of Illinois, Is for the purpose of providing oltlzenahip training for lllfnol« girls wfio are membens of the Junior high tohooi claa*. This year's session wHI be hefd on MaoMumay College, Jack¬ sonville, IIMnols, June 16-22, 1966, with an enrolbnent of approximate, ly 500. Mrs. Hammond stated that the local Unit will «ponaor a girl, whose attendance will be financed by the Unit. Mns. May Chesak, Glrla Atete Chairman for Huntley Unit, that our applicant Is Maroy •on, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Per¬ cy Swanson. Her alternate i« Ann Borhart, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Delwin Borhart.
|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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