The Huntley Farmside
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m VOLUME 7 — NUMBER 32 THURS., NOVEMBER 10, 19«6 PHONK: •669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 469-^)998 6 .1 ¦:' ,»., K*-,,;-.a • .SCaOOL FILE ^fiBM^EY HIGH SCtiOOL ^OKfLEY, ILL Mv-rl.-.'.j^,;:,:;.. 10 PAGES MAn^ED AND DISTfUBtnTED ¦ta per copy Village Bodrd The regular monthly meeting of the Huntley Village Board was held on Thursday, November 3, with all members present. A discussion was held on build¬ ing violations which esist in the Village. It was stated that unau¬ thorized use of buildings has been noted and is being Investigated by the untley Building Inspector, Ira Reed. It was stated that Improper use of buildings stipulated for use as storage were being use to house people in violation of the buildinjr code. Other building use violations will be diacuf!Bed at the next board meeting. A building permit was issued to the Hammond Paint Co. to con¬ struct a business premise on Dwy¬ er Street between Main and Coral Streets. Construction commenced on this building last week. The Village Board has again cautioned residents about the ill¬ egality of burning leaves on the stTMts ,or sweeping them onto the stiWt. Thi«" meeting was a short one, only Ta^ttfig Cor two houra. Veterans Day Friday - Noventher II, Pastor F*mn Installed S vrdi oSidaliyinataned as rrstor of the United Church of A£rist Congregational in Huntl«qj^P' a service conducted at 7:36 Sunday evening, November 6. The Reverend Charl^ E. Randle pastor of the First C«ffigiegational Church of Dundee conducted the first part of the service. The Rev¬ erend Walter W. Bloesch of Crys¬ tal Lake administered the covenant of installation, and the Reverend James D. Stinehelfer, executive minister of the Northern Associa¬ tion gave the sermon. The chancel choir sang "Bless¬ ing and Glory" by Rarhmaninoff. A coffee hour and informal re¬ ception followed the worship ser¬ vice. A buffet supper at 6 o'clock was served to 45 guests from oot of town and the Trustees and Dea¬ cons of the local church. Credit Uttiem Meeting On October 29, the Huntley Community Credit Union announc¬ ed to it members that at a special meeting of the board of directors on October 26, a resolution was adopted whereby 15% of the shares of each member on deposit as of October 26, be deducted from each members' account. The letter was sent to all shareholders and stated further that the funds in aggregate would be transferred to a Special Reserve account for the purpose of correcting the capital deficiency now' in existencij in the amount of $69,675.45. A notice of a special sharehold¬ ers meeting also accompanied the letter advising the 15% reduction. This meeting will be held on Fri¬ day, November 18, at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Hall for the CONTINUED ON PAOE TEN CotniMg Sat«U3l«K...'%«&ttWi^ iSC 8:00 p.m. Annual FMther and Bazaar at Legion lUMj*. lunch. T?' Monday, November 14 8:00 p.m. At Woodstock School — County Choral Concert. Huntley participating. Wednesday, November 16 8:00 p.m. P. T. A. at High School Special program in Sex Education Free High Mlu; Notice The Huntley Post Office wiH be closed for business on Friday, Nov¬ ember 11, 1966 in observance of Vet¬ erans Day. However, mail will be received and dispajtdied on regular wheek- day schedules. Hemnker 3arn Mrs. Thrnn Honored By Hospital Uo-wned By Fire at Daivn A local landmark in the Huntley area was destroyed by fire early in the moming of Wednesday, November 2, when the bam at the Peral Hemmer residence west of Huntley burned to the ground. The fire was discovered at ap¬ proximately 5:20 a.m. The bam was erected in 1913 by Mr. and Mrs. George Hemmer, who were the parents of Peart and Joseph, and a brother Ermond, deceased. Machinery, soybeans and aome hay were lost in addition to the building. The Huntley Fire Depart¬ ment to cofifine the fire loss to the one builcling and its contfents. At approximately the game time a barn on a. farm owned by Wil¬ liam Seeman was also destroyed by fire, the Union Fire Depart¬ ment responded to the call for assistance there. On Saturday the Huntley Pire Departmnt was calld to extinguish « grass fire at the Mensching Farm on Hensel Road. Another fire call I*kt week'Htnts fn k small cornfield ih the rural atrea. Mrs. Walter Thrnn, Snnset Drive, Hnntley, wm honored at cere¬ monies at Elgin State Hospital on Nov. 6, for "extraordinary services to the hospital and to the patients." Mrs. Thrun has contributed more than 1,000 hours of aervice. Landing the work of vidunteera, Dr. Emeat S. Klein, hospital super¬ intendent said, '^They render an invaluable service. They bring to the patieata the waniith and friendship of the conkmonity, and take back to the community Mrarenesa and new hope for the mentally ill." Veteran's Day on November llth, offers the public an oppor¬ tunity to express their apprecia¬ tion to all veterans of all wars for ^crvice rendered to tjjieir Country. The Huntley American Legi<wi Post 673 has invited the Auxiliary and all interested persons to join' with them in their Veterans Day observances. Anyone wishing to march'should assemble at the school by 10:00 a.m. If weather permits, both sch¬ ool bands will join in the march. The parade will leave the school at 10:20 and proceed to ti^ front of the Legion home wltere the Memorial services will be con¬ ducted. Unoiiicial Vote Tally The following are nnoffical i-etur- nes for last Tuesday's election for the Huntley Precincts. Grafton 1 and Grafton 4. and the McHenry County tally with 92 precincts r-'- . ^rting. : Waiton 1 had a tctal of 400 votes •rOiraHdn 4 had a tot:il of 188 votes cast, 105 straight rrpublician and 23 straight Democratic with 60 splits. C: Percy P' Douglas H. Rowe A. Stevensod HI R. Page D; Prince a9«lS3M0ft 242 129 21577 148 58 USSS 260 133 23521 123 47 19531 Fly Your Flag Veterans Day Friday, November 11 nnualLesiM eatherPariy •ir^in'v On Saturday evening, November 12, the Huntley American Legion Post 673 will hold their annual "Feather Party" to which the pub¬ lic is invited. _ This is also the date of the an¬ nual bazaar held by the Legion Auxiliary, a fund raising affair in behalf of veterans and their families. The American Legion and the ladies of the Auxiliary in¬ vite all to join them, starting at 8:00 p.m. Free sandwiches and coffee will be served throughout the evening. fai the P.T.A. Dorothy to D. Grtmes 265 133 222S4 R. Hahn 24B 134 21635 J. Weatherly 246 133 21590 F. Watkins 123 48 9137 CINTINUED ON PACK TEN Sex Education Discussion At P.T.A. Mi The P.T.A. will ho lar meeting on. Wedi be about S«x school and in the h has hired a speaker, Wichterman from - „ present this program and show the film, "Human Growth". This pro¬ gram has been presented at many neighboring schools and was highly recommended by them. Mrs. Wichterman, R.N., is a teacher-nurse in Cldcago Bldge School, At present, she is helping with their Sex Education Program. She is a graduate of the special training program of the Illinois Social Hygiene League of Chica¬ go, which is endorsed by the Chi¬ cago Association of Commerce CINTINUED ON PAGE TEN Wally Leonard -with 3eei IViiuter .'Aff;'*''^».' *,^ Pictured above is Wally "Sam" Le«ii'«(d. Past Chef D« G#»e of McHeBrl^ County Voiture 578 handing a 2 inch T-Bone Steak to muian Amdt ir 612 Coventry, CrysUI Lake, iHiiiois, the steak was patri of the 250 S. "CHOICE" (U.aD.A.) BEEF awarded by MeHenry County Voiture 578 of the 40 et 8 at a recent doia^ heM la edajnnetion with thdr Nurses Scholarship Awards Fund. Chef Passe Wally Leonard officiated in the prescaUtlon as a r«preaen- tativ« of Preaeat Chef De Gare George Mrachek of McHenry, IU. irfio was unable to attend due to a prior commitment. Tlio Yeyagcur WaOy Leonard volunteered to test the '^oodaess" and quality of tfae kmt far the Arndts, he lost out to a previous offer to the Aradts bR^.fiia ate Past Chef De Gare of V. 578. , A. J. "Toay" Ktrdifcst« Uket Past Oief Totay wiH be guest at tlM Ani«U Jtoua* diiiAl^, with the wMn course bemg PRIMB RIB of ^BP, port to the Voiture en whether or not the "^^olce" Beef expectations. Better Inek next time WaOy.
|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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