The Huntley Farmside
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m^ ^,. .#-»"¦»»% ¦-¦«><../»" ^ -* vS 1 ^ m 6 ^''ciftmside VOLUME 8 — NUMBER H THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1967 PHONK: 4i69-6«21 (any time) (if no answer) 459-0998 |. SCHOOL FIL':' HUNTLEY- }nri HUNTLEV. I- 8 PAGES MAILRD A.VD DISTRIBUTED WCBKLT ChUmtOn Main Street Tina Meadows, 6, daughter of Mra. Dorothy Meadows, 41 Main Street, in Huntley, was struck by an automobile Sunday evening while crossing the street from the carnival to her home. The child received lacerations on her fore¬ head, which, according to Police Chief Nelson, bled quite a lot at the scene of the accident. She also suffered a partially broken bone in her ankle and will be bedridden for a couple of weeks. The ehild was taken to the Woodstock hos¬ pital by the James A. O'Connor Ambulance service. She was re¬ leased after treatment to her in¬ juries. Judith A. Kaulfuss, 492 E. Chicago Street, Elgin ,the driver of tHe automibile was ticketed un¬ der the village ordinance for care¬ less drtving. Tornado Alert Sounded Sat. Hantley'g fire sirm signalled its first tonrado alert wai^ng last Satnrday at approximately 3:15 in the af t«nio(», wartiing residents to unim preoantions for a possible linliiifli.' ""' '^'¦''^" i- carnival, wnich was running tAttil about 16 minutes before the warn¬ ing signal, took refuge in the base¬ ment of the American Legion Home about 26 persons in all. Don Enstrom of the American brought a radio to the shelter area and remained upstairs on watch. A "tent" with a mattress was set up for smaller children to protect them from the poasiblity of flying gla.ss. SSome people travelling through town stopped at the Legion Home seeking shelter. Mr. Enstrom com¬ mented that if the Legion Home were to be used as a shcker, they would have to clean up the base¬ ment. Attempted Break'ln An attempted break-in took place at the Freund Implement Co., located on Route 47 and Main Street at 12:30 ».m. Sunday, June 11. The would.be intruders broke a window in the door ,on the Main Street side of the buildings. The breaking of the window was heard by a near-by resident and reported to tie police. No arrests were made but Huntley police are working on several leads. Little League Schedule June 16 — Huntley at Hampshire June 20 — Huntley at Maple Park June 23 — Sugar Grove at Hunt¬ ley June 27 — Huntley at Burlington July 7 — Elbum at Huntlye July 11 — Wasco at Huntley July 18 — Huntley at Kaneville July 23 — All Star Game -^ FATHERS DAY Legion Aux Initiation New members of the American Legion Auxiliary who were invited at the June meeting are pictured above as follows: Lois Garwich of Carpentersville, Dorothy Schultz of Algonquin, Gerri Gniadek of Huntley, Anna Blanchard of Crystal Lake, and Hazel Heiney of Huntley. Pictured above are members of the Initiation Team of the Hnntley American Legion AuxUiary. They are left to right: Lola Maushak, Fern Enstrom, Betty Bjora, Maj^ Chesak, LaciUe Koch, and Joyce Will. Esther Weltzein was the muslrian for th^ initiation. eopjr Chicken Bar-B-Q This Sunday Trh HimMo/ l.'-ps ruib will hold Ihfir anntial cli'.cken ha-b'O"'' din¬ ner on Sunday, June it. yrvinc from U:(^ a.m. until 4:C0 p.m. at the Huntley Fire Station. A delicious m^al o< chicken with baked potatoes, bakf^ beans, h sal¬ ad, rolls and coffee is sfrvrd. Home¬ made pies and ice cream are aisn available. Everyone is inviiod to en.ioy a delicious dinnrr. visit with "Id friends, tuke farth»r out for he day and nelp the Lions Club, all in one neac trip. liie Huntley club has served this dinner en Fatlier's Day each year for several years. Originally it was an out-door e\ent, but weather con¬ ditions were not always favorable and the fir.' station has proved more sutibable. Accident At Main & Churck The Huntley police reported that an accident occured Sunday evening in front of the United Church of Christ on Main Street. Mrs. Rakestraw, an emi^oyee of the State Bank of Huntley, was starting to turn into the driveway of the church property when Ixw car wax «twwlt %. ooe drtwe ty Barbara Danmeyer, alao <^ Hant¬ ley. Chief Nelson repcHied tiutt Mrs. Rakestraw said she had pull¬ ed to the right of the street in w- der to turn into the United Church of Christ driveway not to tie up traffic. She said she did not see the Dammeyer car and when she did, she stepped on the accelera¬ tor instead of the brake. Nelson reported. Property damage was all that was reported. Lions Club New Officers New members were received and officers installed at the Huntley Lions Club dinned and guest night held at 1^ Embers east of Elgin on Saturday, June 10. Following the chickefti and roast beef dinner the retiring pres¬ ident, Wayne Miller, Introduced Zone Chairman of District 1-J Mr. Richard "Dick" Kirchoff, yiho con¬ ducted the installation ceremonies. Now membera who have Joined the local Lions Club during the past year include: Clarence Hart¬ man, Midhael Zorica, Arthur Wicke Rev. R. L. Frank, Elden Pfialf, Gene Lindsey, Mel Bweit, Wm. Kuestner, Harold Hansen, Gene Hardy and Roger Cole. The officers who will serve in the coming year are: President, Carl Runge; 1st Vice Pres., Char¬ les Lamb; 2nd Vice Pres., Thomas Kelly; 3rd VIi<<e Pres., 'WTlmer Rohlwing; Sec.Treas., Helm Thu¬ row; Lion Tamer, Clarence Hart¬ man; Tail Twister, Elden Pfaff; Directors, Anxdd Chesak, Howard Ruth, Melvin Johnson and Doo McCullom. Following the installation cere, monies the entire group enjoyed tlie entertainment by Dave Majors and the Minors, a group of young Elgin college students who have been appearing recently at this popular eating place.
|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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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|