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gk HUNTLEY'^««ide VOLUME 8 — NUMBER 28 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 PHONE: .669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 459-0998 SCHOOL PILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY, ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7 cents a copy FiM^it P.T.A. Meeting The first P.T.A. meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 18 at 8:00 P.M. Dues of $1.00 will be collected for those who wish to join. The teachers from Grade School and High School will be introduced. The School will be open to those who wish to see the classrooms. We would appreciate it if any¬ one who has a book or magazine at home, and would like lo Help build our library, bring it to our first meeting. These books will be sorted and any duplicates or books not appropriate for the school Lib¬ rary will be sold at a future meet¬ ing Coffee and rolls will be served after the meeting. F.F.XSoir Judging Contest Members of the Huntley F.L'.j^. Soil Judging Team who attended the Land-Use Contest near Belvi- dere on Thursday, October 5, were Chuck Ruth, Stan Hafferkamp, BiU SeerMBtn, Vale Bein and Gor¬ don Diedk*. • The Huntley team placed 6th out of 15 teams competing from Socl- ion 6. In the order of placing they were: Kirkland, 1st; St. Charles, Sycamore, Central Marengo, HUN TLEV, Hampshire. BeKadere, Har¬ vard and DeKalb. The high scoring man from the Huntley school was Chuck Ruth. Red Cross Classes Planned All residents of tlic Huntley area will have an opportunity to learn Ihe newest techniques iiTself-help in case of disaster, such as tornad¬ oes, shock, drowning, etc. in a 10 week cour.se of the standard Amer¬ ican Red Cross Self-help disaster program. This course will be given in Himt ley at the American legion Home. It is being sponsored by the Leg¬ ion Auxiliary, who stress the im¬ portance of this new information and remind all citizens that they are welcome and do not have to be members of the Legion or Auxiliary to participate. Featured in thus course will be demonstrations and illustrations on mouth-to-mouth resustication, car¬ diac massage, and shock treatment. The instructor for the course will be Mr. Jack Epperson, civil defense director from Carpenters- ville. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 25, at 8:00 p.m. The class will meet once each week from 8 o'clock until 10, diiring the 10-week per¬ iod. There will be no charge for this activity. In the words o^ 1;^^ B^ person "rt willhft art e>cperierk<e' .\ou will not forget. Coming Event The Annual Congregational Chu rch dinner will be served on Sun¬ day October 22. Serving will be at ]!:3(). 12:l;-3, 1:00, and 1:45. Bazaar and Country kitchen will be there a.s well. Surprise Auction Sunday at School Looking for something different to do Sunday? The whole family will have a fine afternoon at the Music Booster's "Surprise Auct¬ ion" with Howard Ruth as our auctioneer. You'll find a wide var¬ iety of items to bid on — something for everyone, carnival booths, games, rides and The children will also enjoy the prizes offered by the Jr. High band and chorus. There will be coffee, pop, barbecue, hot dogs, and doughnuts soki by the Boos¬ ters throughout the afternoon, as well as music by the band mem¬ bers. In case of rain, the auction and carnival will be held inside the school. Anyone still wishing to contrib¬ ute items [or the auction may call 669-.5907 to arrange pick up, or bring them with you on Sunday, October 1.5 to Huntley School grounds. The auction starts at 1:30 P.M. L. L, Banquet - -Thfe anntfal lJitt]«<''Lfeague' b^- (luet will be held on Tuesday, Oct¬ ober 17, at 7:30 in the American Legion Home. This year a roast beef dinner will be served. The guest speaker for this event will be Naru Stoehle. an infielder for he Chicago White Sox. Tick¬ ets are now on sale from Mr. Don Enstrom. Boy Scout Paper Drive To the peeople of Huntley who supported the recent paper drive the Boy Scouts of Troop 167 wi§h to express their appreciation. On Saturday, October 7th, the Troop collected sixteen ton of paper and sold it for $129. The money will be used to charter the Troop and the Cub Scout Pack and to purchase more camping equipment. Special thanks go to Freund Imp¬ lements and J H Patterson Com¬ pany for the use of their trucks. Thanks also go to the Exner Stock Farm who provided the truck and driver for the day. Mr. Vernon Brunchon and Mr. Alford Jordi arranged for the trucks. The "Good Scouts" who helped col¬ lect and load paper were: Dave Schmietendorf, Tom Korwin. Vance Swanson. John Weltzien, Keith Maynard. Mike Lane, Steve Sdh- achtner. Rick Masters, Tom Kal¬ sow, Pat Donahue, Greg Lindsey, Terr>' Ball, Kim Perterson, Jay Molitor. Ken Kamphausen, Pa\i Donahue, Warren Behrens, Ron Masters, and Earl Maynard. The bojs were directed by the assist¬ ant Scoutmaster, Larry Chamness. Special thanks go to the "Scout Dads" whi helped durig the day: Mr. Gerald Molitor, Mr. Tom Swanson. Mr. Norman Kalson, Mr. Stanley Korwin, Mr. Gene Lind¬ sey, Mr. Bob SchaChtner. Mr. Wayne Donahue, and Mr. Werner Kamphausen. The Troop tilso wishes to thank the editor of the Huntley Farm- side for his cooperation in publish¬ ing this event Missionary To Speak In Huntley **, Miss Dorothy^P)^,ei^^^ United gijy;s;b-of Q(£i»L^8ftia*Bn«r^ who has fatiglirin Turkey for 36 years, will speak, at the First Congregat¬ ional Church in Huntley on Mon¬ day Evening. October 16, at 8:00. Mi.ss Blatter, who has written 15 books about Turkish people and their way of life was children's editor of the publicaion depart¬ ment of the Near East Mission in Istanbul until she returned to the United States in August. For many years as her own, and fre- quentlj- wrote articles in Ameri¬ can nuigazines asking United States children to send books to Turkey. A native of Nebraska, Miss Blat¬ ter recei\ed a Bachlor of Arts de¬ gree from Doane College in 1925 and an honorary Doctors of Let¬ ters from the .school in 1958. She is now in the United States on furlough. The United Church Board for World Ministries, under which Miss Blatter serves, is the over¬ seas agency of the. United Church of Christ. It has a staff of some 450 missionaries who serve as tea¬ chers, socal workers, and ordained ministers in 30 countries. A special missionary offering will be taken. The Public is cord- iftiiy imviU^Q attend the service. Following the service a caffee hour will be held in the social hall ot the church. Village Board In the alwence of Mayor Wil- paul Brill at the beginning of the regular meeting of the HunUey Village Board on Thursday, Oct¬ ober 5, Trustee Don Enstrom took over the duties of the presiding officer. All members of the board, Atty. Henry Cowlin and Auditor Burns were present at the meeting with the Mayor arriving after the read¬ ing of the minutes, the treasurer's report and approval of bills to be paid. Mrs. Dorothy Thrim and Mr. Wm. Bein, members of the Board of Education, were present to dis¬ cuss the traffic situation at the school crossing at the intersection of Main and Lincoln Streets. It was stated that at he present time the village is short one pol¬ ice officer, as Al Schuld has resign¬ ed his position as Sergeant on the force. At the present time Sth grade CONTINUED ON PAGE THDEE Girl Scout Peanut Sale Pictured above is Mrs. Dorothy Thrun purchasing a bag of peanuts from Mrs. Elmer Britton at the Girl Scout Peanut Sale held laat Friday mad Saturday October «th and lib.
|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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