The Huntley Farmside
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^ 'rTiMMetcfc VOLUMK 6 — NUMMH SQ THURSSAV, MAnOH 17, ImI tnoKSt (Ita 8 PAGES MAn.KP AND DIBTRraUTKD WSBDLT Huntley In State Music ' Cotnpetitiop. thil Hnntley High Mljricistn- dentKliame home with 8 S&perion 3 tixiiiellents and 2 Good ratings from the State Class C Music Contest at Forreston on Satar¬ day. March 12. The following studenta received 'Superior ratings: Boys Octet — Leonard Matting¬ ly, Tim Kelly, Art Kahl, Stuart Swansosn, David Bjom, Douglas Jordi, Staiday Hafferkamp, Barry Benner. Girls Trio — Fran Donahue, Sue Jirik, ShAron Lang« and Pam Jirik, accompanist. Girls Sextet — "MA Mursewick Diane Hicks, Nancy^nildns, Mary Kerrick. Jill Schi#, Faye Mar¬ lowe. The following students received Excellent ratings: Fhite Trio — Pamm Staab, Ja- net Drafall, Faye Marlowe. Girls Vocal Solo — Diane Hicks. Girls Sextet — Debbie Sckauoi, Debbie Borhart, Marjr Borfaait, Sue Bggers, Debbie Khnaon, Ca¬ thy Jenaen. Hte following studenta Goaf MttVfa: Aun,.JB«*iltt, :tS*lfl!«r-»o«*.-^, • Pttno- 8o¥6 — Faye M«*Mwe. The fiHris Chorus and Mb^ Chrous win compete In the ct^y C Choms contest on April 16, at Lanark, lUinohi. Career Fihn ioir Wemaento t|e Shown ^ I rm Women'%luild of Afe Har- mo^ United Ci#ch of Ctrrist to. gether with fliPCoral and Biley units of the Illinois H6mem4kers Extension will present two films of interest to all women. The moviaws to be shown in eft- op¬ eration with the Illinois Division <tf tha American Cancer Society are; Time and Two Women a short weature on cancer of the Qttems and Breast Self-Exanlna- tioa 1%ey wlU be given in the hall of thai'Harmony United Church of Ghmt an Route 20, east of Marengo. All area women are urged Ut attend and bring a friend to see titese eolor fflms on Thurs¬ day, Match 81, at 1:M p.m. Dr. Alice Mijanovick will be on hand to comma&t on the fUms and an¬ swer any qnaations an the usb- Ject. Coffoe and eoc^es will be ser¬ ved. F.F.A. Honoraries iniutdtBoostmr dtmwtat*; jtttte-an- E^aster Seal Campaign ior Funds ior 1966 Give the green light to the crip¬ pled and keep them moving. This is the slogan for the 1966 cam¬ paign for funds for the benefit of the Easter Seal society flM* the McHenry county chapter of the Illinois Association for the Crip¬ pled Inc. Chester GouM* of Woodatock, nationally kno|wii creator pt the Dick Tracy comu strip ana the 1966 campaign cfudrman originat¬ ed the slogan in an* effort tb put in motion an intani^ve drive for funds for Easter Seal. This year the goal ta announ¬ ced by Gould is $16,000 an esti¬ mated $2,000 over the 1965 con¬ tributions. This is necessary he said because of the increased de- mans at the therapy center oper¬ ated by the organization. The campaign chairman calls attention to the fact that tl^ Mc¬ Henry county chapter of the state organization is the only local organization that keeps such a high percentage of campaign funds to be used locally- Last year the total of $13,000 in contributions meant that 86 percent remained in the connty. This is based on the fact that 86 percent is left for local use when a total of $12,000 is reach¬ ed. Therefore said Gould it b im¬ portant that we reach the $16,000. "Cost for treatment he said," is based on the ability to pay but a great percentage pay nothing. This is as it should be because our aim is to continue to help all -who come to our center to seek therapy treatment." "You will receive next letters Cootinned «mi page 2 intasaating ratKot; .v^^HmI music contest at Forreston nltek 12, in which Huntley studant* participa ted; and announced fWaM to enter the choral contest lit Lanark on April 16. The Music Dapaftment received & rbqtMst froai tiie Leg- iqn AnxilUftry to provide musical ahtertainmeiit for the Veterans at EltlH Bute Hospital on March 30. Awards Night for hii4i school band And chorus ntambers and th«lf iMUenta has been set for Sat¬ urday, May 14, at 8^00 pjn. Mr. Joe Ciontea, band director at Laikin Higfa School and Elgin Community College, will be the CONTINUED ON PAGE THBEE Pictured above (top) are Chuck Ruth, Happy Kahl and Sidney Sherwin receivingFFA awards from Tom Bien at the Annual FFA Ban- t. ¦ ¦ - . . ¦ quet. The lower picture shows Herman, Albr«cht and Jim S<^alti; re* ceiving Honorary Chapter Degrees front President Lonnie Millermon. Huntley J.V. Bashethall Teai*i Pictured above are members of the Huntley Junior Varsftjr BaaketbaB Team thejr are (Left to Right, front row) :Leonard Mattingly, FranJr Sdioter, Happy EaM,- Doug Jordi, John Bastain, Dale Biea, Ghtie|: Goehl, Steve Bentier, (second row); Barry Borchart, Diny Danemyer, Lies Gruner, Steve Goehl, Paul Yui^ and Coach Curtiel i «• mi ^Mw Availahle At PostOifice ^ .F«|itffiast^,- #i>f.;^; ..Sfich^^eft .^ of Htmtley announced today that application blanks for supplemen¬ tal Medkare benefits are avail¬ able at all windows of the Huntley. Post Office. The application blanks are l>e- ing made available as the Social Security Administration seeks to contact 3.1 mAlim senior citisens before a March 31 deadline im¬ posed by the Medicare law. President Johnson iias proelahn- claimed March as "Na^nal Medi¬ care Enrollment Months" He urged all federal agencies and all citizens to cooperate in enrolling senior citizens in the program. Initially, some two and otie-half million application blanks wefe> distributed to nearly 84,00 main post offices throttghMt the BO states. Additional forms are ava¬ ilable as needed, i Through direct maUtngs and other meana, the SodaA' Stfenrity Administration has bL^)iMltMik with 16 of the 19.1 JSm'-'M^- tcoB' win wiii iM ^t vr ovar oit t)ITed Jess than one jMSitoii aaid tbey did not want to sj^kUJp for the supplemental progrflk) The supplemental ^^tognun ocsts v3 a month and provides doctor bill and other benefita. Everyone 66 and over is eligible for the basic hospital benefits! under Medicare. A copy of the application blank is displayed on the lobby foaOetin l)oard of the Huntley Post OfiBee* Senior citizens who reached .^€1$' - before 1966 face a two yeat-delay if they do not sign up by Maach 31. The application forms are pre- addressed to the Social Security- Administration in Baltiipore, Ma¬ ryland. Coming £v<i|iftto i SA^tmOAY — March .!»! X Last day for filing foir Klbard of Education . . j ' f 10:00 — Daace.at Legkni. % High SeHnmal Honor Btrnttey High School . Fourth Six Weeks Honor lloll A HONGS ROLL — ( AH A's) •Ann, p«hart,:;,llarey ;Sw«h«)a»' Sepiioz»,lj$|m Bafttikin. Diana DMil FreshmuL B HONOR ROLL — All B's or BETTER — No C's) Karen Aav^i^^, June ]Beht, Bon- hie Diedrick, Janet. Drendel, San¬ dra Kerrick, Cathy Peterson, L^ir- ry Rasmusen, Nancy Ungs, Brent Weber, Herbert Zerbel, Seni(»ii. Sloise Hoffman, Naney Jensen, Terry Lanut( Faye Marfowe, fonl Mnrsewick, Donna Schultfee, Cared Thorstcnsen, Junion; - " Steve Banner, Norma Downan, Mary Kerriek, Charies.Botfk tto- ela Staab, i>atrici« Staab, ^awkrt SwmnsoB, SovhonMreOv ^ ¦ C. '• Mary- S^riiart, tHBtMi''Oow»- hue, Charles Godil, Mfeaibl^da$ras Diane Hellmoth, Kathy. Jeaito, Fr^shuan.
|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|