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^' HUNTLEY ^oK'^^^ VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 4J> THURS. FEBRUARY 10, 1966 PHONSt 812-609-MXl (aajr ttme) <U no aaswer) 816-4W4M8 SCHOOI. FILE HUN i LEY Ul'lH SCHOOL HUN I LEY. ILL 6 PAGES MAn.Kn AND DISTRIBUTED WIXKLX Police Foil Burglary Try The Professional Building in the Crystal Lake Shopping Plaza has a hole in its roof as the result of efforts by two Mt. Prospect men- Robert Szafren, 19, 616 N. Main St. and Joseph Adams, 22, 511 Wiio St. were apprehended by Crystal Lake police Feb. 2 and charged with possession of burglary tools and attempted burglary after they reiwrtedly tried to chop a hole in the roof of the building about 10 pjn. •riie two are in MeHenry County jail in lieu of $7,000 bond each, with their cases continued until Feb. 21 in Branch I Court, Wood¬ stock. A report to the Crystal Lake Police Department by a mainten¬ ance worker resulted in officers promptly handling the situation and foiling the suspects in their attempts. Ostrander Family With Caii at Zoo Adult Farnt ManagieMnen^lt^ Mr. Dave Walker of Riverdale Chemical Corporation will speak at the Adult Class on Farm Man¬ agement, on February 10, ^. Mr. "Duke" Manning '^Uie Enos Conley Division dIRom Farm Service, Inc. has arranged to have Mr. Walker speak on Chemicals for Ween and Insect Control. This class will begin at 8:00 p.m. This problem is one of the greatest interests to farmers in their field crops. Mr. Rodgers, instructor in Vo-Ag in the Hunt¬ ley High School invites all far¬ mers to come and bring a friend along to this important meeting. Coming Kvents Thursday — Feb. 10 Farm Management Class 8 p.m. Friday — Feb. 11 Farewell Pot-Luck supper Party for Leroy Ketch¬ mark family at Bowl Hi Basement. Friends and neighbors are invited. Saturday — February 12 Sweetheart Dance Legion Home Monday — Feb. 14 7:00 p.m. Adult Class in Sew¬ ing meets in Home Eco- mics Room. Additional enrollments needed. 7:30 p.m. "Music Boosters" meet in school cafeteria. Tuesday — Feb. 15 Basketball here. Huntley vs Central. Wed. — Sat. Feb. 16-19 Grade School Basketball Tournament Here Wed. — Feb. 16 P. T. A. Thurs. — Feb. 17 Cub Pack Meeting Fri. — Feb. 18 Basketball at Malta. 7 p.m. Sat — Feb. 26 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. 3rd Annual Hobo Dinner Pictured above are the members of the J. P. Ostrander family with Dion A. Albach, zoologist, Lincoln Park Zoo, with "Miles Allan Commander Adeline", the Ayrshire calf which three-year-oU Gail Ostrander Is lending to the Farm-in-the-Zoo. Left to. right are. Gail with her father. Dr. John Ostrander, Paul, Mrs. Ostrander, David and Mark. Mark's heifer is also on loan to the Dairy Barn which was donated to the Zoo- Farm by the Milk Foundation, Inc. of Chieago. (Photo courtesy of Dale O'Brien & Co. First Semester Honor Roll "A Honor Roll — (All A's) Karen Aavang, Ann Borhart, Sandra Kerrick (seniors.) Payne Marlowe (Junior). Charles Ruth, Pamela Staab, (Sophomore). John Bastion (Freshman). "B' Honor Roll - (All B's or Bet¬ ter — No C's). Juna Bein, Bonnie Diedrick, J. Drendel, Larry Heimsoth, Donna Manke, Catherine Peterson, M. Swanson, Nancy Nngs, Brent Weber, Herbert Zerbel (seniors). Mildred Barton, Mary Britton, Janet Drafall, Eloise Hoffman, Nancy Jansen, Terry Lamz, Don¬ na Schultze, Carol Thorstensen, Craig Wells. (Juniors). Steve Benner, Norma Dowen, Steve (k)ehl, Tin Kelly, Mary Kerrick, John Kudlach, Patricia Staab, Stuart Swanson. (Soph.) Jeffery Aulik, Yynda Barton, Debra Borhart, Mary Borhart, D. Diel, Frances Donahue, Charles Goehl, Michael Hayes, Diane Hell¬ muth, Kathy Jensen, Sheila Mon¬ tayne. (Freshman). Winter Concert Presented The Music Dapartment of the Huntley School system presented its annual Winter Concert on Sat. February 5 in the gymnasium of the school. It was estimated that 350 persons were in attendance, and heartily applauded the stu¬ dents for their fine program. Members of the newly organ¬ ized "Music Boosters" organiza¬ tion assisted in the sale of tick¬ ets at the door, distributing pro¬ grams, etc. The members of the student body enrolled in Band or Chorus sold advance tickets, made and distributed posters in advance of the event. It was inter¬ esting to note the development and progress made as one com¬ pared the fifth grade students (or the beginiung group) through the junior high and high school ages. It was evident that there is much fine potential talent and interest in this activity, since there were 46 students in the 7 th & Sth grade Girls Chorus, 39 students in the 7th & Sth grade Boys Chorus, 21 members of the 5th Grade Band, 36 in: the Junior High Band, 29 members of the Continued on page 2 CONCERT . . . Neighhors Plan Party The neighbors of the LeRoy Ketchmark family olan a Fare¬ well party to be held in the base¬ ment banquet room of the Bowl Hi Restaurant, on Friday evening this week, February llth at 7:30 Neighbors and friends of the Ketchmarks are all invited to this affair which is planned for a pot- luck supper. Those attending are requested to bring a pot-luck dish to pass and their own table ser¬ vice. Music BfH9stefs Meet The newly organized "Music Boosters" organization will meet on Tuesday, February 14 in the cafeteria of the Higb School. Par¬ ents, friends and anyone inter¬ ested in assisting in the support and recognition to music students and aiding in the upgrading of equipment and facilities in the Music Department is invited and urged to attend. President of this organization is Mr. Ronald Jirik, Mrs. Lois Hammond is V-Presi¬ dent, Carol Donahue is Sec-Treas. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly is publici¬ ty chairman. 7e ouri 2nd County Fatality in Viet hm War The county's second ser\-ice man was killed while serving in Viet Nam as reported to the next of kin Feb. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elyea, 1745 Walnut Drive, Wood¬ stock, were informed of the death of their son, SP/ Sydney, 21. He was reportedly killed wtwle on duty at a radar outpost in Viet Nam. being stationed there with the Hq. Co. of the First BN., 5th Infantry DIvn., and 2nd Bde, 25th Infantry Divn. He enlisted in the army at the Woodstock recruiting station soon after his 1963 graduation from Woodstock Communtity High School. After advanced training in radar at Ft. Gordon, Ga., he was sent to Hawaii and then to Viet Nam where he served for six months. He returned to Hawaii for further training and training of recruits in jungte and mountainfighting. After a month at \^^ last fall, he retumed to HawsHnd wi Dec. 30 waa^again aottr to Viet Nam, ar¬ riving Jan.. 18. * "'. Sydney is the fourth aon of the Elyeas to serve in the jnned forces and a son-in-law is :^Bently sta¬ tioned in Germany. ^^ Adult Serving Class The first session of the Adult Home Economics Sewing class was held on Monday, February 7 at the High School. Miss Alice Meyer, instructor reported that four members are enrolled at the present time and more will be welcomed. It is not too late to enroll in this instructive and in¬ teresting project. Classes i^rill meet for nine weeks on Monday evening from 7 until 9 o'clock. Miss Meyer stated. Those enrolled to date are: Mrs. Elizabeth enrolled to date are: Mrs. Elizabeth Strissel, Mrs. Anna Kiley, Mrs. Rudy Rehberg and Miss Frances Crowley. Boy Scout Weeh Local Boy Scout organizations will observe National Boy Scout week February 7-13. It is the Bfith anniversary of the founding of scouting in the United States. Huntley Boy Scout Troop 167 has prepared a window display. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will attend school in uniform and be prepared to tell of tiieir partici¬ pation in the scout program. Scout Sunday will be February 13 and all scouts will attend their re¬ spective churches. Ar^one interested in joi|nin*r the scout program may call Scout Commissioner Martin Schmieten¬ dorf Phone 669-6434.
|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|