The Huntley Farmside
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VOLUME ' — NUMBER 10 THUBS1)AY, JUNE », 19W PBONSt suWaczi <aiv Ili**) ^amMe rtL£ HIGH SCHOOL » ILL iitiA* 10 PAG££I itan.Kn AND DflSTRIRUTED Ta MBM ouft 2 Winners In District Contest Pictured above is Legion Anx¬ illary President Lola Maushak presenting BeVertgr-'>|Mtfecht with her award as het;'itietiier, Mrs- Herman Albrecht, lOoks on. Plot* j nred to the left is Mary Kerrterk.! Mary Kerrick and Beverly Al¬ brecht received 1st pUiee honors in the district American Legion Auxiliary Easay Contest. Mary had previously received 1st place in C>wta>4»-<i» Itiwa mntnwt mad The llth district of the ABH.'caa Legioa iaeladea Kane, DnPage, Will and McHenry counties. It is the largest district to^'ritt and mem- berdiip in the state of Illinois, being comprised of SS tuiilk fint Huntley girls competed with students from Elgin, Wheaton, Aui#tiAI>4 3enti, to name a few. Lions Elect New Officers The Huntley Lions Club held their annual dinner meeting with their wives as special guests attd^ installed new officers on Satur¬ day evening, June 4, at the Vir¬ ginian in Crystal Lake. Mr. Edwin Diecke, a former District Governor, presently a Lions International Counsellor, installed the new officers in an OONTIJNLJUD ON PAOE BEVKN M&H Mart Va On Sunday May 6, the north windows at the M&H Dairy Mart were broken out soitw tima between 1 a.m. and 9 a.m- Tht^ windows were broken in two sep¬ arate places by rocks which sprayed splinters of g^MS ovnr the entire contents of the building. The Dammeyers who own the Dairy Mart were unable to open Continued on Page Seven Miss Huntley At Milk Day Primry Election Next Tuesday On Tuesday, June 14, the Pri¬ mary Election will be held for both major political parties. Since the lasi election the village of Huntley and the rural area which formerly comprised the large dis¬ trict known as Grafton I, has been split into 2 precints. Those voters living on the west side of Royte 47 either in or out of Uie village limits between the Kane county line and the Dorr township line and the Coral town¬ ship line on the west, are in Grafton 4. The polling place for Grafton 4 precinct is the Grafton township garage, which is located north of Huntley, just off Route 47 west on Road. This area pre¬ viously was a part of Grafton 1. The area east of Route 47 in and out of the village extendinf^ from the Kane county line to the Dorr township line and the Algonquin township line on tho east, with the exception pf Crya¬ tal Vista, Crystal Gardens, North Shore and Lakewood, is in Graf¬ ton precinct 1. The polling place for Grafton 1 is the Hunt^g^il- liage Hall, on Coral Stfll^ at Chuxxsh. Little League Park Board Gets Season Begins Additional $422 Members of Huntley Little Leagrue baseball have been holding practice games, which will con¬ clude with a game at Burliogrton on Friday, .June 10. Starting June 14, the games will count in the Little Leagrue standings. All games start at 66:30 p.m. except those played • in Huntley, which will start at 7:30 p.m. The schedule for games is given below: June 14 — Huntley at Lily Lake June 17 — Hampshire at Hutley June 21 — Maple Park at Huntley June 24 — Hunta^ at Sugar Grovd June 28 — Open July 1 -*- Ox>en July 5 — Burlington at Huntley July 8 — Huntley at Slbum July 12 — Huntley at Wasco July 19 — Kaneville at Huntley July 22 — All Star Game at Burlington 7:30 p.m. The Huntley Park Board re¬ ceived 1422.04 at their last regular meeting from Wayne Peteiaen, secretary of the Huntley Junior Chamber of Commerce. This ac¬ tion completely balanced oat tiw Huntley Jaycees organisation ac¬ count, the grou|> mmr being in¬ active. To date the Huntley Park Board has received |600 from the Anierican Legion, flOO. from th« Legion Auxiliary, and f422.04 from the Jaycees, making a grand toUl of $1022.04. This money will- be used for immediate nedessities at the park. The Huntlejf Park District does not have any tax money as yet tdnA will have to depend upon donations until tax money is available. BeptAyclm) ticlqH; are ^^>ard Ackman and Harold R^k ^^ch. The Democratic candidate ^ i^re- cint committeeman for this pre¬ cinct is Ernest Fitzi. In Grafton 4 precinct the Repub¬ lican candidate for precinct com¬ mitteeman is Percy Swanson. Democratic candidates are Leroy Wirsing and Eugene Strickland., Lhughnut Day friday,JunelO *'33Pj!}day, June 10, is Salvation Airmyc .Tag Day in Huntley and Volunteers undtr^ the supervision of Mrs. Mazie Blott will be sell¬ ing the SaTvation Army's "Dough¬ nut" tags. Conking Kvents Friday, June 10 Salvation Army Tag Day Thurs., Fri., Sat., & Sun. . AmericatfJLecion Carnival lee CrtMA Soelal on Lavttt of United Church of Christ. Tuesday, June 14 — FLAG DAY Primary Elevtion Day. Vote for the candtdates of your choice Wednesday, June 15 Summer Bank 7:30 p.m. June 13—August B Special Band instructions 4th grade through Sth. Sunday, June 19 Chicken Bar-be-que at Huntley Fire Station. JUNE 14 IS FLAG DAY Display the FLAG proudly on June 14. Annual JLions Cluh Bar^B^d The Huntley Lions Club will hold their Annual Chicken Barbe¬ que on Sunday, June 19, serving from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Fire Station on G^^" Btreet. Proceeds from this e«|[|^>ill be contributed toward the pufohiiie of MmJmA^I^ Thia small" ¦ of business and prolte^onsfTnen have been active in thtflK'^teunity tor the past 18 years. IQpiarg^ly to the efforts of this club over the years Huntley has the excellent lights on the baseball and foot¬ ball field, the electrified sign for football games, the school has an eye-testing machine which was a gift from this club. The Lions Club also contributes substantial¬ ly to the Hadley School for the Blind at Winnetka, and was the instigator of community action to erect the Medical Building in the village. Teener League and Little league supplies and umpiring, tiie Grade School Batketiwli tourna¬ ment and trophies are other local activities sponsored or assisted by the Lions Club. 3 New Buses For Huntley Schools -^•S'A*^ -V 1^ eiMlijPiHei^iiejiiia Marey S«Kpiuu«, Mh» Hantley, la tmntmm^ tut' Milk Day Qw»n CanUrt at Harvard last Satii»£iy. Marcy is )ht daiifhter pf Mr. and Mrs. Vetey SwaaMi of Uae«6i Street,.Hanttey^ ¦,-'¦.' ' . . „ • ^eavy i^chUudry ean be Mm 0kW9* watkiag on tM WHt iggMli dtasMnd to get K to shape for tlw scmoiu Tke nwd gnider was doMtsA hy tbe K. P. 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|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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