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ir*. ^.r «'-¦¦;'> ^91 e ^ . t^a/tmsi 'sv»,>.,.^- VOLUME 7 — NUMBER 17 THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 PBDNB: S18 tOS Mil (Uw»MiMver) (asv ttme) S15-4SS4M8 8 PAGES mahjed and DIS' SCBOOL FfLE J»»TtEy HrG:f ^WTfttrr ;c.M TXT 7 cents per ropy Construction At New Park Mike Kiley, President of the Huntiey Park Board, informs us that thfc week digging lias com¬ menced at the Huntley Park to bring water to the vicinity of the Boy Scout cabin. Mr. Kiley stated that the cost of running the sewer under Rxxite 47 would be too ex¬ pensive to do at this time and that the Park Board intends to place cement privies in the park for the present. Mr. Kiley also stated that sev¬ eral boys playing in tlie park had done damage to the Boy Scoort cabin. He requested that the boys do not do any more damage to Uio icabin and to keep off the roof. The Park Board plans to replace the glass windows in the cabin in the near future. New Pipe Orga^ it U.C.C. Church Pastor Lawrence J. Perki'^^n- nounced Uds week that th^URw pi»« owaajrfy ,he played for the Christ Ckjngregatlonal on Sunday August 7. Work commenced on the X^l- lation of the pipe organ eariy in April. An organ loft was con¬ structed in the Old Social Hall of the church. The loft measures 12' X 18' X 12' and is divided into two parts, tbe Great Organ and the Stiell Organ. Openings into the church sanctuary are on either side of the dossal curtain and lev* el Vith the reredos and are to be fitted with a dummy pipe cover¬ ing. The organ is a 21-rank instru¬ ment made originally by Estey Organ Co. of Brattleboro, Ver¬ mont, about 50 years ago. Origi¬ nally installed in Bethlehem Lu¬ theran Church of Chicago, it was given to the United Church of Htmtley a year ago in Jnne. The organ has been completely re- bidh and installed by the Gratian Organ Co. of Decatur, Illinois, and when the work ia completed it will be the equal of a much more cost¬ ly new instrument. The organ loft was constructed by Dwayne BUlsborough, the las- tering was done by Koppen of Haiapshire, metal work was done Hansen Heating & Plumbing of Himtley and the electrical work by Lester Hellmuth of Reinke Electric. Stop specifications arc as fol¬ lows: Pedal Organ - 5 ranks: 16' Boiordon, 16' Dianason, 16' Lie- bUeh Gedeckt, 8 Flute, 4 Flute SiPdl Organ - 8'.^ ranks: 16' Bourdon, 8' Diapason ('^ rank) 8' Stopped Diapason, 8' Salicional, 8' Vox. Celeste, 8' Aeoline, 4' Flute Trarerso, 8' Cornopean, 8' Oboe. Great Organ: 7% ranks: 8' Dia¬ pason (^ rank), 8' Gross Flute, 8' Gemhom, 8' Dulciana, 4' Oct- aTS^ 2 2/3' Twelfth Harmonic, 2' Fifteenth Harmonic, plus 12 coup- lera, 10 pre-set controls, a Tremu- lo and two t«c iwplcrn. Tte orguB is boilt to A G ()> tlriiB(hout and th« hM b«ea itSm^imi te • altar «id pewt hi tin Man Arrested & Committed On Tuesday, July 19, Huntley Police received a report from sev¬ eral motorests that a man was jumping into the paths of cars on the Huntley Marengo blacktop presumably in order to catch a ride. Upon investigation. Chief Roth cornered the man in the Peterson bam on reports from neighbors. The man had allegedly been trying doors and windows of houses al¬ ong the road. Chief Roth took the man into custody OB a disorderly conduct charge and had him confined at the McHenry County jail in Wood¬ stock, i On Wednesday, July 20, the man was brought before a sanity and conflined to the Kgin State Hos¬ pital. A file form the D^wrtment of Safety, dating from 1964, revealed a record of previous confinements in mental hospitals and jails. Pre¬ vious charges against the man in¬ cluded :re8isting arrest, theft, dis¬ orderly conduct, escape from a mental hospital, vagarancy aban- don;nent, drunkenSss, and escape from the House of Correction in '*#ttc«ili*-»-- *i •»-.*«.-*•-*-?. ¦_ Chief Both askes that people re port to the poliee anytime they see anyone actiag out of the ordin¬ ary so that their intentions may be ascertained. Teen Dance Saturday Night It was incorrectly reported to the Huntley Fannside last week that a teen age dance would be held at the United Church Social HaU last Saturday. The article was i-eceived from Police Chief John Roth who had been informed by the teen age band two weeks pre¬ vious that a dance would be hekl on that date. The teen age dance has been scheduled for this Satur¬ day evening, July, 30, at the Unit¬ ed Chturt* of Christ Congregat¬ ional Social HaU. Don Enstrom Installed In County Legion Don Enstrom, Past Conunander of the Htintley American Legion, was installed as Sergeant-at-Arms of the Counrty Legion, at the coun¬ ty mfetii^ held in Lake-in-tiie-Hiil last Sajturday. It was incorrectly reported to the Farmside by Le¬ gion Publicity Chairman Bob Eck¬ man that Harry Weltzien was to have been installed in that posi¬ tion. Mr. Wettzien will be installed a.s Serge«vt-»t-Arm8 of the Hunt¬ ley Legion Post. Work Nears Completion On New Phone Area Technical and construction work for the scheduled expansion of Huntley's tDU-hm eelUm area is nearing eenfletiei^ tauJtag to •Toe Banrf, Inhle Wire Chief at the nHnals Ml lyiephee* ottia Tte new aerriea for BaaOlir tdiphaea eeteeiftMa is dM to Centtaied m Page fs* 1965 4'H King and Queen More than 1,400 4-H members placed their projects on the judg¬ ing line to highlight the 1966 Mc¬ Henry County Fair. ITie 4-H aspects of this colorful event anchor the county fair, sch¬ eduled August 4-7 at the faii- grounds on Woodstock's east side. A growing 4-H bc«f show will be in evidence this year more than 100 entries bave been filed. Alto gether .30 home economics clubs have 618 members, anri 20 ngricu!- tural clubs have 517 members, highest inimber in thrcr x-rnrs. This totals 1,135 4-H memt>ers. In addition, the Open Class show will be a good attraction—visitors will enjoy seeing tho entries rang¬ ing from Hcrefords to hot crois biuis. More than 40,000 are expected to attend the fair. New this year is a science ex¬ hibit by school students. A Combo Clash is scheduled on the new dance floor August 5 from 6-10 p.m. another innovation. The Talent Find, started lajrt year, shows promise of another entertairting feature on Sunday night, August 7. A total of $140 in prize money' will be awarded. One big improvement will be the re-arrangement of outdoor exhibit space. Farm machinry, autos, trucks, and campers among items on view. A space exhibit ..arranged throu^ the courtesy of. Rep Robert McClory is scheduled at the fair also. Farm Bureau and affiliated companies plan an in¬ novation—they'll have a booth with Tom TmiMch, Ideal artist, do¬ ing charcoal sketches of fair visi¬ tors. Board members headed by Presi¬ dent Don Hansen and L(»en Mi^ sey have been working diligently for sevral weeks to assure exhibi¬ tors and visttore of a ^cnd, setting for tUs Iflbi annual' i»teitty CowA9~Taifi. . '¦"'' .; IhtdmjimiK win W held on '*'t!huiMay, Iwiwt 4 Kegianing At 9 ajn. .while Oomm amngii« wtll be judged beginning at 1 p.m. on Wednesrtay, August 3. At the clothing revue held in mid-July, judges praised the 457 clothing members for their work- rr«inship and "fit". They said that both categories showed improve¬ ment over the efforts of a year ago. Altogether. 618 4-H home (>c<>no- mics membei-s in 30 clubs are car¬ rying 1,200 projects. The clothing e\-aluation took nil day. and judges narrowed the entries down to IOO, then to about 50—and stHl they .sorted, irtudied and investigated before naming the eight models, eight alternates and three con¬ struction winners. Jn^es asserted construction selection is the highest praise. These three girls wdl have their garments sent to the Illinois State Fair for construction skill: Cathy Grandt of the Junior Wwider Maids, Crystal Lake; Pat Ryan of the Dunham B-Sharps, Harvard and Nan Pope fiwmery of Huntley of the Cha-CJia Clovers, Harvard The eight clothing models, who will model at the state fair, stre Pat McCuUougl and Mary Alice Pihl, Dunham B-Sharps, HSu^rafd Susan Weils, Cha-Cha Clovers, Harvard; Bobette Adams, Algon¬ quin 'Valley Lasses, Algonquin Kathy Lacy, Humming Sewers, Harvard; Valerie Garrett and Kathleen Hatlisy, The 4-Hers. He¬ bron; and Fran Donahue, Grafton Girls, Huntley. The first two alternates include: Eilewi Davidson and Peggy Wells, both of the Cha-Cha CTovers, Hai-- vard. Food demctfistiration winner go¬ ing to the state fair is DoniA Sch¬ melzer of Ringwood Sunshine Girls, McHeray. tter first alternate is Pat MoCldou8^, Dunham B- Bharps, I&rvard. Frir-^oers *fll be able to see the top <;|kiiming (Mtrfte on. parade on >H Night at tWe fWr, Friday Aiig. 5. Tbe edght wlhnhJi| models will i^ow their garmenU et tite sftate fair on Augiat 19.' Huntley Boy Injured At Schwabenfest Rickie Diedrick, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Diedrick of Huntley, was one of 7 people injured on Sunday, July 24, while attending the Schwabenfest in Union. It was reported that Rickie was riding a bicycle between the curb and a row of people benches when a car driven by William H. Rarfler. 657, of Belvidere, went out of control into the crowd of people. It was reported that Daffler was chang- ing parking places at the time of the accident and put the car into forward gear rather than reverse. Mrs. Ida Berg, 81,- of 1806 E. Newberry Blvd., Milwaukee, was killed as a result of the crash. She was pronounced dead on arrival at Memorial Hospital for McHenry County. Mrs. Berg was visiting Mrs. Louise Preugschat, of Arling- ton Heights, who was also injured in the crash. Taken to Memorial Hospit^ aad released after treatment were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hr'-irer, route 2, Woodstock; Mrs.^Richard¬ son, Rockford, Mrs. Mffinie ReHer Loves Park; Mra. Bertha itunts, "Chicago was Uii^ to St'3e«l^^~ Hospital, BeWdere, suffering from shock. Darfler .fli|| charged with involuntary mafj^^ghter & taken to McHenry County Jail un¬ der $10,000 bond. Four Youth Arrested for Drinking Four Huntley boys, all minors were picked up by the local at 1 a.m. Sunday, July 28 and charged with acceptance of liquor as a minor and curfew violation. One of the boys was charged with reck¬ less driving and driving while un¬ der the influence as well as the other charges. The boys were re¬ leased in the custody of their par¬ ents pending an investigation. Where the minors received the lic- qure was not disclosed. Fair Info To make it easier to obtain in- fonnatMn about the fair and to file entries, the McHenry County Fair Office (m the groun* fe open frotn 9 a.m. to 4 pan.., Monday through FViAv. Miss Betty Boppart, a knowl- olgeable 441 member wtao served as 4-H Queen in 1964, is spending her summer vacatkm from schooi by working in the fair office. Mrs. Karen Jepson, w1k> has held the secretarial joh for several years is assisting Betty. Ifaprever, Karen and her husban), Hiarold. plan to radve from the cwnmunlty aoon so Betty has learned how to haadie oalxies, staff the tieiephone. Heid ihquilr^ee by the dozens and answer questions o( curious visitors to Ovt grounds du^ig the dayi Kor USanrmioR about aapects' ct mt tm «Dtita« Betty m-ias^' |8t5.
|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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