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?fke VOLUME 7 — NUMBER 20 THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 MOMVi gueeami (aagr time) (U wo siMwriil SMMBOaau 'tyo/^msidG •SCHOOL FILE IIUNTLEY JIM!! HUNTLEY. ILL S PAGBS MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKIJr 7 cents per copy Schffol Starts August 29 Monday, Aug. 29, begins another school year for all Huntley Con¬ solidated School District's Ele¬ mentary and High School stu¬ dents. School will be in operation one half day only (8:80-12 noon) the first day. Lunch will not be served on Monday due to dismis¬ sal at noon and Kindergarten students will not begin sessions until Tuesday, Aug. 80. Grades IA and IB will meet in the Lutheran Church new addition for half day only. Grade IC will meet in the Hantley School. School. sessions will follow the same time schedule as in prev¬ ious years with the daily sessions beginning at 8:30 a.m. and dis¬ missing at 3:30 p.m. for all stu¬ dents, with the exception of Kin- degarten studeqte whose sche¬ dule will appear later in this article. The teachers and administra¬ tion are looking forward to seeing all former students and wish to extend a warm welcome to all our new stadents. I hope that we the school continue to have paternal oooperation and backing again thia year aa we have had^^he past year. Please consaH^Boj' child's teacher in Hxe evenl^our eooaters sdraol prcftlems 'tt a pMttt to ftaiV fvu child's classroom during the school year. J^ TIME SCHEDULE 1^ Friday, Aug. 26 — Kinder¬ garten and Elementary registra¬ tion including payment of book and insurance fees. A table lo¬ cated near the elementary office will accommodate parents or ele¬ mentary students between 9 a.m.- 12 noon and 1-3 p.91. You may eome at any time convenient to you during these hours. High sehool registration and fee collec¬ tion will be taken care of Monday, Aug. 29. No school for students on Friday, Aug. 26. Monday, Aug. 2«—First day of school (half day session only), 8:80 a.m. 12 noon. No kindergarten BMaion the first day. Bus pick up and delivery. No lunch served. Both elementary and high school stduents in attendance. High school registration and pay¬ ment of fees in the gym as usual. Grades IA and IB will be in ses¬ sion one half day at the Lutheran (Thurch new addition. Grade IC will meet in the school. Tneaday, Ang. 80—First Full Day of School. Both Elementary and High School in session 8:30 a.ib.to 3:80 p.m. Lunch served. Kindergarten session in Congre¬ gational Chareh Annex as follows: A.M. Kindergarten Session: 8:80-11:16 ajn. P.M. Kindergarten Session: 12:80-8:16 p.m. Kindergarten parents have been advised earlier regarding the ses¬ sion your child will attend. New stadents will be assigned on Aug. 26 during registration. There will be only two kindergarten sessions this year based oa enrollment to date. Book and Insaraace Fees Student book fees are the same as laat year: kindargarten, $5.00 per year; grades 1-12, $9.00 per year. We are. again requesting that the total-book fees be paid on Aug. 26 wkan alemenUry stu¬ dents ate reg&teied. High school stodeata may pay 00 Ang. 80 or parehts nay pay total f«e Aug. CONTINUBD ok PAOE TRREB Huntleyites Injured Nead Five Corners Ne-w Minister To Be Heard The members of the congrega¬ tion of the United Church of Christ Congregational in Huntley will have an opportunity to hear Mr. Robert Lee Frank, Sr. who is a candidate for the ministry of the local church, and who will conduct services in Huntley next Sunday, August 21. Following the worship service there will be a congregational meeting to vote upon the candida¬ cy of-Mr. Frank. Mr. Frank is currently serving J as pastor of the Atldnaon, Illinois, ' Congregational Church, United Church of Christ. «e will be or- ? damed in serrlees'at Atkins^ on Sunday, September * 18, at 7:30 p.m. ¦ Five persons were Irijufed in a two car, head on crash about 8:45 p.m. one mile south of the Five Comers intersection.- Taken by ambulance to McHenry County Memorial Hospital, Woodstock were Marvin Cutler, 23, 2431 Lunt Ave. Chicago, a member of the Air Force and Tersea Lally 20, 248 Beverely Rd., Barrington. Cutler received a fractured leg and Miss Lally broken ribs and facial cuts and brusises. Henry Milled 23, 46 N Vine St., Huntley, Diane Woodruff, 21, 204 W. For¬ est St., Marengo, and Marilyn Daum, 26, R.R. 1 Hunt¬ ley, were taken to Highland Hos¬ pital, Belvidere, where all are in aalAafaetory condition iaKhongti Miss Daun received a fractured leg. Deputy Sheriff Foster Klorch said the accident happened as Miller was going toward Elgin, Legion Held Annual Picnic The members of the Huntley American Legion Auxiliary and their families held their annual summer picnic on Sunday, Aug. 14, in a picnic grove west of Five Comers. At the noon and evening meals barbequed chicken, potato salad, coleslaw, beans and coffee were served. After the lunch the men played horseshoes, the children partici¬ pated in planned as well as spon¬ taneous activities, the ladies play¬ ed cards, visited or watched the other events. Later in the after¬ noon the Knight Beats entertain¬ ed. The members of this ensemble are Tim Kelly, Ronald Rasmussen, Dofjglas Joidi and Patrick (Rick) Peterson. (Lyle Krause Photo) South on Route 20 attempted to pass a truck after moving out of a '^o passing" zone and although he headed for the ditch when he saw the Cutler vehicle, the two collided headon. Miller was charged with Fairure to yield the right of way. Notice To All H.S. Athletes Notice to ALL High School Athletes. Physical Examinations will be gives at the High School on Wed. August 24, 1966 at 8:16 a.m. Physical exams will be given to Basketball and Track as Well as Football Candidates. If you are planning to partici¬ pate in Athletics during the 19^66- 67 School Year, we urge you to Get your Physical Examination at this time. It is a rule of the Illinois High School Association that every Athlete be given a Physical Ex¬ amination before Participating in High School Athletics. If there is further questions call the HlgH School Office at '669*5171 or (Toach Barry, at 669* 67d6. 1st CoMnntunion At St. Mary's First communion was celebrated at the 8 o'clock mass at St. Mary's Church last Sdnday, August 14 by 20 members of the confirmation class. Those taking their first coim¬ munion wrere escorted to the com¬ munion rail by a guard of honor consisting of boys of the chorch. Approximately 100 children took communion with the confirmation class. Those in the class were: Marjorie Ellen Bader, Michael Barry, Owen Stanley Burgess, Grace Elizabeth Bowman, Cath¬ erine Jean Connolly, Richard Dren¬ del, John P. Dwyer, John D. Er¬ nesti, .Mary Elizafoetii Fitzgerald, Cath^ne Marie Goehl, Jerry D. Hight, Sondra Lynn Kohley, Kath¬ leen Jane Lane, Teresa Ann Mc¬ Mahon, Mark Leroy Kodaff, Seth Charles Peterson, Kathleen Marie Pfaff, Frank John Rendl, John Douglas StrickUiid, Jeffery Rob¬ ert VanAcker. :. . Huntley School Board Meeting The monthly meeting of the Huntley School Board took place on August 10th at 7:30 at the high school. Ernest Stading was absent. The minutes of the July 13 were approved. Two rooms in the LutMzn Church will be used U^fomodaie two first grades inji^i of the third grade as previously plaa- --«e*. ^The-iiso%*B tOt]^ fentt t^i hwm. A motion was pasaed to give Louis Berens JBka montii to be custodian of th^^vo rooms. It was announced that Ernest Stading Sr. will be the crossing guard at the comer of Mills and Rt. 47 for the coming school year. The cafeteria and book fees will remain the same. Last year the book fees were $9.00. There was some discussion con¬ cerning the selling of the old refrigerator in the home econom¬ ics department. It was decided to sell the refrigerator for a $200. Also, advertisements have been placed In the paper concerning the selling of a fairly new gas stove for 62.40. ThTe entire board praised the work of Bob Turk. Mr. Turk had started a summer school band which drew close to 110 students. Although he worked for over half a day at times, the program lasted only 8 weeks. A motion was made by Mra. Makeben to give him a bonus of $200. She replied that "Actually it is worth a lot more. Any man who ean put that many hours in deserves a bonns'". The motion for the bonus was passed. Before the Board went over the contracts of promising teachers, Supt. Kelly announced that the CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Farewell Open House Planjtted A farewell recepticm for Bev. LawreMe J. Perkins and his fami¬ ly will be held in the Social Hall of the United Church of Christ on Sunday, Augpst 28, from 10:30 a.m. until n^. There will be in¬ formal frisiting wtd Ji^it rdfrash- menu 1HII be ser»ad. Rev. Peririns anA#i family wfll move to WicMta, l&mBt nHwre Jie has atcepted the an|4^» <rf the Pilgrim <3ongreg«ilon<^ pwwh effectiva depten^ L. j; :,, ' Evei#ae in jm ntnttHf^iimi muMiiKr ai«ite lnvtt«im4i- teit9 tiie opaa faooaa on .oat ^|la.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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