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^^^ HUNTLEY """^^o^irfe VOLUME 8 — NUMBER 37 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1967 PHONE: •669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 459-0998 8 PAGES HAILED AND DISTRIBITTED WEEKLY copy New Otvner of Hard%vare Store Girl ScOUt Peanut Sale Individual plastic bags of pea¬ nuts are packed and ready to go on sale October 6th and 7th at a MINliMUM price of 15c a bag. We certainly won't turn down a lai-- ger donation should you care to give one. Leaders from. Brownies, Junior Girl Scouts and Cadette troops have worked dilgently several af¬ ternoons packing 300 lbs. of pea¬ nuts, making large containers for earring the bags of peanuts, etc. The gills also helped with the pos¬ ter making. A girl representative from each of the roops entertained collective¬ ly at the Lions Club meeting Tues¬ day evening and recruited Lion members to help wlh the sale. The proceeds from this project will go to our Sybaquay Council office to help defray the council's operating expenses. Each city in the council has a quota it must meet in this financial campaign. Huntley's quota is $150.00. Some Continued on Page 2 Nenf O'wner of Drug Store Pictured above are Mr. cmd Mrs. M B. Weber who have purchased the Heineman Hardware store from Mr. Earl Heineman who has owned and operated it for over 20 years. Mr Weber took ()\er the store on Monday, October 2. He stated that he has been considering the purchase of this store for some time. He added he always wanted to own a store of this type. When ;i. resident of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Weber was a partner in a similar business which sold welding equip ment and medicinal oxygen. For the past 14 years he has lived in the Huntley area and has been employed by Dean Milk Co. Upon taking over the store, however, Mr. Weber said he will no longer be with Deans. Mr. Weber has served on the HunUey Consolidated School Boa¬ rd for nine years, part of that time ns its president. He is also a member of the Huntley Lions Club and the American Legion. The Webers have two sons. Bruce who works for Armco Steel at Middle- town. Ohio as a civil engineer and Brent, a sophomore in Judson Col¬ lege in Elgin. The Webers plan to keep Dennis Rudsinski employed at the store. They do not plan to change the nama of the store. Paper Drive Saturday The Huntley Boy Scout Troop No 167 will sponsor a paper drive on Saturday, October 7. Proceeds from the project will bo used to purchase camping equipment for the local fnxip. All Boy Scouts and their fath¬ ers are requested to meet at the Hawley barn on Woodstock Street at 7 a.m. to help load papers. If this time' is inconveient for any father, they may come to the barn during the week and help tie the paper into bundles. Mr. Vernon Bnmschon and Mr. Gene Lindsey are in charge of truck and driver enlistments. Mr. Gary Grau, Cub- master, Mr. Werner Kamphausen, Assistant Socutmaster, and Mr. Wayne Donahue, Scoutmaster will direct the work force. Householders and business firms are urged to have accumulations of newspapers, books and maga¬ zines seperately tied in bundles and available for pickup by 8 a.m. this Saturday. Annual Trinity Chicken Dinner The annual family style chicken dinner .served at Trinity Lutheran Church on Sunday, October 1, was an outstanding success, according to ticket chairman, Mrs. Robert Schultz. A total of 800 dinners were served. The hostess of the day was Mrs. Joe Rizzo, who is President of the Ladies Aid. Chair man of the dinner was Mrs. George Tinberg. with Mrs. Henr>' Brackman as co-chairman. The funds realized fron this ven ture will be used ?is follows ;2 0% to the Mission Fund, 40% to the Building Fund for the educational wing of the building, 40% to Gen¬ eral Expenses. The funds realized from the candy sale sponsored by the Walther League are used for youth activities. The bazaar held in conjunction Continued on Page Seven Notice The First Congregational Church of Huntley will serve their annual roast beef dinner on Sunday, Oct¬ ober 22. Serving will start at 11.30 Ihe last serving will be at 1:45. Country bazaar will be held with the goodies expected. School Board Meeting A special meeting of the Board of Education of the Huntley Con-J solidatcd School was held on Wed-I nesday, Sepemtier 27. The purpose! of this meeting was to discuss the| proposed bus garage at the west end of he high schooL According to Ernest Stading, Jr.J secretarj" of the Board, no deeis-l ion was made and no motions! were passed. Pictured al)Ove is James Collins, owner of Collins Pharmacy, as he introduced the new owner of the Huntley drug store, Mr. William R. Buck. Mr. Buck will change the name of the business to Buck's Phar¬ macy. He and his wife, Jean, are both registered pharmacists, grad¬ uating from the University of Ill¬ inois in 1960. The Bucks have two children, Nancy, 7. and Willey. 4. Originally a native of Elgin, Mr Ruck has lived for the past sev¬ eral years in Barrington where he has been engaged as a pharmacist. The Bucks plan o move to Hunt¬ ley in the future. Mr. Buck stated that he does not plan to make any big changes in the operation of the drug store. He says he will try to continue the fine work Jim Collins has done ^ for the past five years. When questioned as to what he [though of this community, Mr. IBuck stated that it is an excellent Ifriendly community with what he D.H.l.A. High Herds Atvards Seated, left to rigl\t, are: Charles Welngert, McHenry; Lawrence Scliiller, Robert Gerloff, and Carroll Lohmeyer, Woodstock; Richard Davidson and William Davidsoii, Jr.. Harvard. Ken Pedersen was not present when the picture was taken. These are the high Dairy Herd Improvement Association herd owners. Standing left to right, are: Mrs. Marlene Malone. of Custom Farm Service, Inc., Huntley; Paul Rueff, of Curtiss Breeding Service; Robert Coots, Manager of the Fed¬ eral Land Bank, presenting the throphy for Production Credit Association; Earl Fiedler, ,of Northern Illinois Breading Co-op; Red Vanderpal, of American Breeders Service; Henry Marlowe, of Marlowe Hatchery, Huntley; and Walter Davidson, Harvard. would call "real people. Mr. Collins has purchased a one half interest in a drug store in Woodstock and will move to that community. Annual "Slave Sale" Date Set The date of the annual Future Farmers of America "Slave Sale" has been changed to Thursday, November 2. The work day will be Saturday, Novennber 4. Police Report Huntley's Chief of Pblice Ridi- ard Nelson reported that Tom's Sinclair Service was burglarized last Friday night or early Satur¬ day morning. Entrance was gain¬ ed to the station by brealdng the hasp on the front door. Several batteries, a tine and some change were tedten. L. L. Banquet The annual Little League ban¬ quet will be held on Tuesday, Oct¬ ober 17, at 7:30 in the American Legion Home. This year a roast beef dinner will be served. The guest spealcer for this event wiU be Nam Stoehle, an infiefder for he Chicago White Soic Tldt- cts will be on sale in the near future. lit/) Dist Meet To Be Held Here Commander Harold Doty has received word from WUlard Carl¬ son, Commander of the Uth Dist¬ rict that the HunOey American Legicm Post has been helected to host the summer meeting of Oie 11th District in June of 196a It is an honor to be selected to be host to a District meeting as it wiU bring many Legionairres Into our town from the four counties cwn- prismg the 11th District, Du Page Kane, McHenry and Will. TTie American Legion AuxlUaity will also be holding thefr Uth Dlst- net annual meeting at the same time. Notice Music Booster's general meeting in the sdiool cafeteria, October 9 at 7:30 P.M. to finalize plam fto the October 15 auctton. rtmJUSK COME.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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