The Huntley Farmside
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gfc G VOLUME 8 — NUMBBEB 22 THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1967 PUONC: ^669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 469-0998 9fci/tm8ic(e seaooL rite ' HWTLEY HIGH SCHOOL WJNTLEV, ILL S PAGES NAOAD AND DISTRlBUnSD WnKLV a eopy 4-H Auto Saftey Check The McHenry County 4-H Fed¬ eration sponsored a Safety Check drive on August 26 at the Wood¬ stock City Square, an event design¬ ed to alert the public to the need for "Getting the Safety Habit." Vehicles going through the test¬ ing lanes were sherked for sondit- ion of brakes, front and rear lights, stop lights and turn signals, steer¬ ing tires, exhaust systwti, glass, hom, windshield wipers, rear and side mirrors, and seat belts. Those who helped with the test from Huntley are pictured above. Huntley School Regulati€ms HUNTLEY fil8lI7SCi9lbOL POUCY RUUCS A REOULATIOJfS 1. All Freshmen are required by State Law to have a Physical and Dental Examination. Ap¬ pointment deadline date Friday, September 29, 1967 after which time student will be called to office and reminded he or she may l>e dismissed from school until this requh?ement is ful¬ filled. 2. All students driving cars need a permit from the office. Stud¬ ents will park cars on arrival and cars will remain parked until departure from sdiool at 3:30 P.M. Driving airound town or sitting in parked cars, yours or visitors, during the noon break will result in driver los¬ ing driver privilages to school and will be subject to penalty. All student cars will be parked in school lot provided at end of the new building. Students refrain from fast driving when leaving building at end of sch¬ ool day. 3. Smoking anywhere at any time in school building, vvashrocsns, or on school premises oatside building or on buses is strictly forbidden by Administration and Board of Education. A Stu¬ dent caught smoking; tn build¬ ing or on school groundb will be automatically supended. ¦1. IntoxicaiinB beverages of any kind arp strictly forbidden at school or at any school spon¬ sored activity (dance, etc.) Do not appear with liquor on your breath <)r in your possession as this will result in your inwned- iate automatic suspension from school and school activtties 5. The tudent Dress Code is post¬ ed about t)he building and tnade available to students and is to be complied with to the letter. Deviations of this code are not permitted. 6. All teachers — elementary as well as high school teachers and including school secretary, cooks, and custodians — have authority to reprlnuuid, dladp- Une or report students to the office if the need arises. 7. Fighting, pushing, horseplay or roagtmess of any kind about the building will not be toler¬ ated. 8. GeiribliRg in or about the bttfld- Ing will result tn permanent logs of money confiscated. 9. All School PersMinri will be referred to as Miss, Mrs., or Mr. at all times. 10. Transistor Radios and gadgets of any type will not toe permit¬ ted at school and will be held in office. 11. If ^ou are ill and it is necess¬ ary to go home, you will check out with the oftice before leav¬ ing! This applies to any time during the school day including noon hour. If you arrive late from home or come In at noon, after having been absent in the morning or the previous day. it is ut>solutely necessary ttiat you check in the office before going to class or study hall! 12.Telcphone calls are to be made from tho telephone bootli in the front hall vray. Office tele¬ phone calls are restricted to illness, emergency, etc. any you must have permission to use the office telephone. 13. You will be dismissed from classes or study hall by your teacher and are to walk in the halls. No running or excessive hurrying on stairways or in halls. 14. No purchase from local or out of town merchants for school affairs, home coming, prom, etc. is to be done with out first- obtaining permission from the High School Office. Students will pay for any purchase made without proper authorization. 15. Report .Cards will be issued as soon as posible two (2) days after issuance. Late cards are subpect to fine and special per¬ mission must be requested end granted to keep the card be¬ yond the two day period. No report card grades wall be changed by student. 16. School magazines, newspapers, library books, ibulUetin board notices, etc. 'posted around the building are not to be written in or on or torn. Offenders caught wilfully destroying sch¬ ool property will toe punished and newspapers and magazines will be removed fnan the lll>- rary and no longer at your dis¬ posal until sucii time aa th6y can be properly used. 17. Defacing of the boUdtnc con¬ tents, deslcs, or school equip¬ ment or defacing of oatside building of property iBclu(!Bng class numerals on school win be subject to Inunediate suhmo- Continued on Page Six Specisd School Board Meeting .\t a special meeting on Monday, August 21, the Board of Education of Huntley Consolidated School ap¬ proved policy ndes and regulation and the student dress code as sub- mtted, on a motion by Lamb, sec¬ onded by Thrun. Following the approval of the regulations and the dress code a motion by Lamb, seconded by Mac¬ keben, was approved to einploy Pat k Murphy as principal of tbe grade school for the year 1967-68. A Motion by Lamb, seconded by Grau was passed with a split vote to approve a contract for Glen Delaney as a grade school teacher for the year 1967-€8, for the sum r)f S8H00. plus $300. for concessions with the understanding that the applicant will be placed on teach¬ er's salary schedule starting with t!-f 1968-69 school year. The mot¬ ion carried with 5 "yes" votes, 1 "ney'' and 1 "Pass". Voting "Yes" were Lam:b, Grau, Zhfnmerman, Bein, Stading: "No" Thrun: "Pass" Macket>en. There being no further business the meeting was adjorned. Ground-Breaking Ceremony Bpy Scout CaUttigjQili „__ On Tihuraday night August 24. the Edwin F. Deicke Park at Dona- hoe's Woods was the scene of an impressive Boy Scout Ceremony. Over fourty persons witnessed HM "calling out" of new Boy Scouts. Conducted by the Green Bar man- bers of Trooj) 167 .... the nev^ Scouts were led by torchlight to an outdoor amphitheater. To the beat of a drum Indian braves led the boys to a huge bonfire. After the "call out" the four patrols. Panther. Raven, Beaver and Eagle were introduced. Stunts and aingitig around the campfire were enjoyed by Scouts and parents. Tlie boys were led to the Boy Scout Cabin where refresh¬ ments were served by Den Moth¬ ers. Boys who were called out may return their cTmploted application to the Scoutmaster on or before the meeting on Sept. 12. Girl Scouts Set-Up Meeting A meeting was held Wednesday night. August 23rd, at the Village Hall to set up troops tot com¬ ing year. Those attending thds meeting- were Leaders Mrs. Betty BxAiywiag, Mrs. Carolyn Schaditnar, Assistant Leaders, Mrs. Virginia Hardy, Mns. Barbara Redeker, Mrs. Mary Neu¬ mann. Mrs. Jean Britton and TrOop Organizer Mrs. Jane Lane. All troops will start up during the week of Septamber 11th and all Scouts new and old wfll be netified as to What troop they are in, where and wfcen they wID maet. Anyone having « Brownie Girl Scwit uniform they would like to sell are asked to call Mrs. Rohl¬ wing 669-5691, Mrs. Schuld 8e»- 5854 or Mrs. Lane 669-5548 for fdr- ther details as we have a number of new Kownies interested In used uniforms. Also discussed at tfaia SMCtinc was a CoutK!il Fbianee Drtw to te held on Friday aad Satonflay, Oct 6th and 7th yibUb wffl te tsi obtain the necessaiy tnoonr iir tte IM*- qnay (3a(mefl flraa Itoi^Mr «• fo ao out to aanwft mt 6M CBMrt 0|wncH,.^ riue to a mechanical breakdown in our proto plate maker the pktirre o( the graund breaking ceremony will apper In aext weeks paper. ^A ground breaking ceremony was held last Ihurs^y, Augutt 24, for the $400,000 expansion ot the Huntley Manufacturing Oo. at the east Of town on Dundee Road. Mr. Carl Cariberg, president of the corporation stated that this addition wluldexpand the Ixtildlng area from tiOOO square teet to 34,000 square feet of space, an in¬ crease of 2&,000 square feet He said tfaey hoped to have the bond¬ ing coq^eted by January 1, tnS ¦itt ¦—t^'^V-'" ¦¦f*-^-«f - ''fTtffttr.i When completed the eotrftsny bk- pecta to employ from 75 to 100 people. The Huntiey Manufacturing Co. is part of Michfvest Well Supply Ct? wnich mamifactures a oomitlete line of well sutH>lies. The company was started in Oiktago in 1937 by Mr. Cariberg. Anottir expansion is being planned for the company's facilities toward fhe later part of 1968, looking toward the eventual closing down of the company's Chicago plant. The Huntley plant has been in (^>eration for ^e past f^ve years. Mr. cariberg stated that the plans for the 19^ expan¬ sion will be for an adfttional 20 to 25,000 .square feet Huntley H.S. Football Schedule HUNTLEY HIGH 1 1967 SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHBDCLE September 15, Friday RICHMOND September 22, Friday HEBRON September 29, Friday HIAWATHA October 6, Friday GENOA Oct»*er 13, Friday MOOSEHEART October 21, Saturday HAMPSHIRE October 27, Friday CENTRAL Noveirtjer 3, Friday pro NONO November 10, Friday EARLVIULE ..... 8:00 pjn. T 8:00 pan. H 8:00 p.m. T 8:00 p.m. T 8:00 p.m. H 2:00 PAL T 8:00 pW. H 8:00 pjn. H , 7:30 pjn. .. T Coming Event The regular monthly meeting of the American Legion Anxmary will be held on TUefday, SaptoirtMr 5. 1967 at 7:30 pjn. at the Legkn Hall. Lions Club Annual Picnic Ihe members of the Hunttoy Lions Club and their wives enjoy¬ ed their ttinual summer pici^ on August 27, at the rural home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Weber. At though the weather wsa not too favorable for otitdoov acting tte the eating ares. Tables and \ were set up inside the garage widdi made a very comfortable outdoor dining room. Steaks and sweet com OMtced over the open charcoal oootten. were the ma'n feature of the meal. Picnic style salads, relishes, snacks and dessert co'mpleted the menu. Many of the group enjoyed gatneS of horseshoes and cards, while others happily engaged in ganer- ial conversation. Annual Dairy Dinner Meeting ¦ Virgil Stanley, fr., Preatdent, an¬ nounced the BfcHenry Coanty Da¬ iry Herd AssodaAlon Annual BEeet- ing for Tlnirsdsy, SeptemMr 14. The banquet will be at 8::00 PJt. at the new McHenry Legion BoBd- Ing. two miles west on ISO and % nnlle Hortto ot McHenry oa JUaf- wood Road ¦ Mr. A.C. '<liPkltie'> naamcm, ITat- tonal Director fsr tbe Habfln- Friesisn .Aasodatioa. .fHB .httng farmers carrCHt IbMla stout didry- «ng . Banquet ticket* may be pmkss- ed from Herman iUte " " ' Farm Adviser's oSee. Boy Scout ComingEvents September 8, 9, 10 — Catholic Scout Camping Refaraat held at Camp Lowden, Oregon, Illinois. Cost is $4.00 iaclttdes food for entire we^Md, Satur¬ day morning breakfast to Son" day dhwer. Registn' wtti Scout¬ master before August M. Scptamber 12 — •n*Mday. 7:3»pj». regular 'noop maeting at Cong. CJjurch Vmmnn Inajwction am Board of Rfvlew. Seotember 22 — Friday, 8 P.M. Scout Nigbt F>okwU Qame. AB Cub Scouts aftlL Boy Scouts in FULL UNtroatM WUl praaent the Ookn.
|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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