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'^^ HUNTLEY ^^^-'side VOLUME < — NUMBER 47 THUKS, FEBRUARY 24. 1966 rHOMBt xu-tssni (Miy «BM) (It mt aanrer) 81S-«0»4N« iiUr!iL£Y. ILL M^OL 10 PAGES HAILED AND DISTBiptlTED WEBKLT Cotnnkunity Bowling Project The sum of $42.05 was taken in laat Thursday night at Bowl-Hi Lanes "date night" bowling. This money will be used for civic Aj- ects in the community. At.^^Rr "date night" ia planned at Bowl Hi XAnes duririfThe laat week in April. It is hoped by the Bo'-JiHi management that $60.00 m ^^e raised in the next even, making a total of $100 for the 2 nights. School Plans Measles Shots for 1st' 4th Grades Because measles is expected to be especially severe this season, it is recommended that as many children as possible be immunized aganist it. It has been arranged to offer this immunization to our school for all children from kind¬ ergarten through fourth grade, as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. We will also include children who will be in kindergarten in the fall, if desired by the parents. If your child has already been immunized against measles or has had the two-week, or hard type measles, he will not need this im- munization. If you desire immunization for preschool child, (next fall's kind¬ ergarten call) please cantact Mrs. Korwin, 669-5790. The immuni¬ zation date will be Tuesday March 8, 1966. All vaccine must be or¬ dered in advance. The cost will be $1.50 per child. Permit slips have been sent home with the children in the lower grades to be retumed by Thursday, February 24, 1966. All other permit slips should be obtained by Friday, February 25, 1966 to insure a sufficient supply of vaccine. Red Cross ^'66 Oiiicials Set Mfg." Ruth fenwict' and Wiiji*e Miller were asked to be a part of the local Red Cross organization for the year 1966. Mrs. Fenwick was renamed Red Cross Chairman and Mr. Miller was made a Direc¬ tor of this organization. The Woodstock office care for 30.943 families in this country. The main function of this office at the present time is helping the local service men and their fami¬ lies. During the month of Novem¬ ber, twenty-nine service men were given assistance by the McHenry County Unit. Of this number five men from Huntley area were helped. The Red Cross played a big part in the Crystal Lake to¬ rnado disaster. This Chapter pro¬ motes water safety and, of course, does a real good job in the area of first aid. The Woodstock office has been running at a deficit, and there¬ fore, has had to call upon the National Chapter for financial support on various occasions. Your added financial and volun¬ teer support for the year 1966 will be greatly appreciated. Assemhly Sho-w Presented The Huntley High School Band and Chonis went to Hebron High School on Wednesday ¦ afternoon to present a Winter Concert As¬ sembly Program for the Hebron student body. The Hebron Band and Choros will come to Hnntley to present an exchange aaaembly program later on this spring. Ex- change concerts are also sched¬ uled with the Richmond High School. 5th & 6th Grade Place 4th in Toument The Tri-County Basketball (grade school) tournament, an annual event sponsored by the Huntley Lions Club, was played in the local school gymnasium last week (February 14 19.) Grade school players in the 5th- 6th grades and the 7th-8th grades participated from Elgin, Huntley, Sycamore, Dundee areas, the count ies being Kane, DeKalb and Mc¬ Henry. In the event of the Bth, 6th •n°ade leagrue^ Huntl^'s te&m placed4th, losing in the finals to St. Mary's of Woodstock by a 22-12 score. St. Joseph's of Elgin won 1st place in this age group nosing out St. Pat's by a 21-15 score. The Huntley 7th and Sth grade lost in their first encounter with St Mary's of Elgin, 42-38. St. Mary's went on but lost to Wood¬ stock 40-16. The winner of this age group was St. Pats over Woodstock 37-34. Hoho Shonv Sat. Feh. 26 The "Hobos" are busy this week putting final touches on their Saturday night show and dinner (Feb. 26). The show will open with "Con¬ sider Yourself" and "Food, Glori¬ ous Food" from Oliver. Tille the Tramp will sing "It's a Fine Life." The Hobos will continue with "The Happy Wandered" and "Sentimental Journey" I Whistle u Happy Tune" Goofus, Slowpoke, and Shanty in Old Shanty Town." The Beatle Bums will sing Wouldn't It Be Lovely. Once again the Bottle-etts will be fea¬ tured playing the 'Silk Umbrella Polka. Many door awards will be pre¬ sented. Tickets are available only for the 7:45 serving and will be sold at the door. FJFed. News^ • • Par- This is a reminder of , ent Son Banquet. Time: 8:00 p.m. When: Saturday, March 5, 19CG Where: United Church of Christ Congregational Huntley, 111.. Menu: Turkey Dinner Tickets are now on sale at I Chuck's Barber Shop and are soldj See you there: Lonnie Millermonl by F.F.A. menibers. Conking Events Thursday — February 24 C* Scout Blue and Gold Dinner with parents — U.C.C. Social Hall Friday — February 25 Finals in District Basketball Tourney — Harvard Saturday — February 2t Hoho. Dinoer. ... . , Monday — February 28 Adult Physical Education Class 7:00 — 9:00 P.M. Tuesday — March 1 McHenry County Holstein Club Annual Dinner U.C.C. Social Hall — Huntley Satarday — March 6 Annual FFA Parent and Sons Banquet. [Sunday — March 0 Sacred Concert by Elmhurst Women's Choir U.C.C. Con¬ gregational 7:30 First Tops Graduate TOPS Sugar Shunners gradu¬ ated their firstmember from TOPS to-KOPS. Mrs. Ruth Mon¬ tayne has not only reached her weight goal but has maintained that weight for three months and graduated last Thursday evening to KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sen¬ sibly). Mrs. Montayne joined TOPS Crystal Cuties the 15th of April 1966. She set her weight goal at minus 68^ Igs. She reached her goal in December and transferred her TOPS membership to Hunt¬ ley as one of the charter members of the Tops Sugar Shunners on Jan. 1, 1966. Our club is very proud of the fine example she has set for us. To show their appreciation the other six charter members pre¬ sented Mrs. .Montayne with sugar equal in pounds to her weight loss. The above picture shows Mrs. Montayne with the symbolic sug¬ ar she shunned. So one more Tops member proves that it can be done. Ta PBB OtfK* Huntley Tops Cary-Grove In First Game Oi Tournaukent Huntley scored more points in the first game of the 1966 Dis¬ trict Tournament then they had scored all year. They certainly picked a fine spot to explode of¬ fensively sinice their opponents managed to roll up 76 points. . However the season high of 88 for Huntley was more than enough to eliminate Cary-Grove from this year's tournament. The high riding Redskins man¬ aged to shoot a torrid 61% from the field during the first half. This enabled them to take a 24 to 13 lead after the first quarter and a 46 to 33 lead at halftime. In the second half the Redskins cooled off some, but they managed to keep a comfortable lead. Their final shooting percentage waa a very respectable 66%. Brent Weber ripped the nets for 28 points. Penny Enstrom totaled 22. Rick Zerbel scored 17 for the straight time in as many games. Larry Rasmusen pu\tiife^ in 10 and Fritz Harm added' As a result of the son teeord of 21 4 losses. The victory gives the Redskins meet highly rated Har' semifinals. The Red.skins should be out for revenge since thoy were defeated by Harvard 69 to 60 during the Marengo Holiday Tournament. iry Hon* against day also ght to in the Basketball Statistics DISTRRICT TOURNAMENT » Feb. 21, 196« HUNTLEY — (») I B FT PF* Weber 10 8 6 « Enstrom V* 9 4 3 1 Zerbel 6 6 6 1 Harm 4 0 4 < Rasmusen 4 2 4 i Ackman 11 1 ' Benner 0 0 1 I TOTALS 34 20 231 CARY - GROVE — (76) I B FT PP Gibson 6 6 3 < Scott 2 1 2 t Hastings 7 8 5 1 Burke 11 2 4 « Gullbrandson 11 4 1 Kay 3 18 1 TOTALS 28 18 2H Corn Class At Farm Bureeau Com Production I University of Illinois Agronomjl Specialists will conduct their sec^ ond Com Production schoo] oiil Thursday, Feb. 24, from 10:001 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Fanrf Bureau Auditoritim in Woodstock) Topics of discussion will include) com seedbed preparation, soil tests, crop rotations, optimnral PH, limestone rekuirements, fer^ tiliiers, and planning a complete) package ot proeUces for com pro^ dtietion. I i<ii«(»m ii"
|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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