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^^ HUNTLEY%««rf. VOLUME 8 — NUMBXai 17 THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1967 PHONBt -669-5621 (any time) (if no answer) 469-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH GCl! HUNTLEY, ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WKBKLY T eeata per copjr Attend 4'H Leadership Conference Pour McHenry County 4-H Club members are attending the 28th 4-H Junior Leadership Conference at 4-H Memorial Camp, Monticello, July 24-29. Attending from McHenry Coun¬ ty are Fran Donahue, Huntley; Ei¬ leen Davidson, Harvard; Bill John¬ son, Marengo; and William Dav¬ idson, Harvard. Developing the 4-H member's ileader^p potential is the main purpose of the conference. This purpose is accomplished by com¬ mittee action and by giving ev¬ ery delegate some reponsibilities to make the conference run smoothly. Continuation committee members selected from among last year's delegates planned the conference. With the help of the state 4-H staff, they are carrying out the plans. The conference speakers include: Fred Haegele, Extension 4-H Club specialist. University of Illinois; Dr. Gfeorge Carpenter, associate professor of family living, South- em Illinois University; and Dr John Shultz, Extension family life spe¬ cialist, University of Illinois. Each of tlMee speakers will dUcuss. as¬ pects of leadiirshlp aila how to work with other people. In addition to assemblies with speakers, the junior leaders are at¬ tending discussion sessions and special-interest workshops. Sports ¦and recreatiwi, crafts, evensong, music and ceremonials are other program areas that will provide 4-H junior leaders with a full week of activities. New Manager Of Land Bank Robert E. Coots, Ottawa, ha.s been namer manager of the Fed- oral Land Bank Association of Woodstock, Charles Weingart, pres ident of the farmer credit cooper¬ ative, annotmced today. Coots will succeed Tom Frey, who has resigned to accept a fel- lows*up awarded at the University of Illinois to work on his doctor's degree. Weingart said the board of dir¬ ectors of the Woodstock-based FTjBA is delighted to attract Coots to Woodstock from a similar pos¬ ition in Ottawa. "Coots is an agres- sives personable young man, fully capable of earring on the service to farmer.s and community service work which Frey did in an out¬ standing manner." ap|>raised Wein¬ gart. A look at the grovrth of the FLBA of Ottawa under Coots' manr agerialship indicates why Weingert is happy with the new appoint¬ ment. During five years as manager of Ottawa, Coots saw the Assoc¬ iation grow from $4,700,000 to $9 mdlllon In outstanding principal bal¬ ance. Frey had a sdmilar growth eixperience at Woodstock wtiere the Association grew from $6 mill¬ ion to almost $12 mffllon in loans outstanding in 5% years. Bob and his wife, Joan and their three daughters plan to move to Woodstock when housing is ob¬ tained. Frey and his family move to Champaign shortly after Sept¬ ember L 'Notice To Parents Chief Nelson requests that all parents of children attending sch¬ ool this fall to insist that their children cross Route 47 at MAIN ST, or MILL ST. only. Due to the danger of Rt. 47, which will be re-opened shortly after schcwl com¬ mences, there is to be no crossing of this higtiiway, other than at the designated police patroled areas. Children riding bicycles are ex¬ pected to follow the same rules. THIS IS FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILDREN! To Dedicate Gannon Log Cabin At Fair Ceremonies to dedicate the his¬ toric log cabin on the McHenry County Fairgrounds at Woodstock will be heW at ii3lj pjn. on Thurs¬ day, August 3. '.,, This-is ttoe opentoK^^^of the land owned by trie Bates family and rented by the McHenry County Fair Association. Huntley Sends Twelve To Boy Scout Camp Twelve l)oys from the Huntley Boy Scout Troop No. 167 will -spend the week of July 23-29 at Camp Lowden. This camp is oper¬ ated by the Blackhawk Council so that the Boy Scouts may practice citizenship aruJ learn Sccwting meth ods and effective troop operation. The boys have prepared for the camp program which includes swimming, riflery, archery, canoe¬ ing and boating. There are many trails for hiking and the camp activities are related to conservat¬ ion and nature study. Three meals will be cooked by the boys using proper fire building and cooking methods. Boys attending are Warren Beh¬ rens, Patrick Dwiahue, Paul Dona¬ hue Tom Kalsow, Ken Kamphau¬ sen. Tom Korwin, Rick Miaster, Dave Schmietendorf, Vance Swan¬ son, Richard Urbach, Bob Zirk, and David Wilken. Wayne Dona¬ hue. Scoutmaster, will acawnpany the troop. Car Taken From S. Woodstock The Huntley Police Department i-eport that a 1957 black and white Chevi-olet, belonging lo Tom Mac¬ intosh, owner of Tom's Sinclair Station in Huntley was taken at appioximatel.s 10 30 P.M. Saturday evening fr;im South Woodstock SI. where it had been parked. The police hr.ve put out a des¬ cription of Ihe Car. The Rev. Clarence Kerr will give the dedication talk. Members of the Gannon famdly, who donated it to the McHenry County Histor ical Society. wiU be in attendance. So also will be Jim Bates and members of his family. Mayors and ViUage Presidents of McHenr>' County communities are invited to attend this ceremony. Lions Club Convention represented the Huntley Lions Cluh at the Lions IntemationaJ Golden Anniversary Convention held in Chicago the week of July 5th. Sveral thousand people took part in the parade which lasted five hours and was viewed by 50.000 ^ctators. Prominent speaker who add- re.s.sed the convention were Sec. of State Dean Rusk, Illinois Govnei^ nor Otto Kerner and Chicago's Mayor Richard J. Daley. The next International Lions Convention will be held in Hawaii in 1968 and in Japan in 1969. American Legion Convention The annual American Legion De¬ partment Convention will be held from July 25th to July 30 at the Palmer House Hotel, Chicago. Rob¬ ert Schultz will represent the Huntley Post as delegate and Don¬ ald Enstrom as alternate delegate. The business session will begin on July 28 at 9:00 A.M. During these sessions the legislative body of our State organization will con- si^'rtr resolutions concemdng our Legion program as well as the budget and Legislative programs and the election of new leaders. Climaxing tfe evenWilled con¬ vention will be the gigantic Amei^ ican Legion Convention Parade featuring the Department theme of "PARTNERS IN LAW AND ORDER". Law enforcement offi¬ cials from throughout the State have been invited to participate in addition to the many units which always make our Department Con¬ vention Parade the STATES FIN¬ EST. Robert Schultz. newly appointed Americani.sm Chairman for the llth District, will attend the Amer¬ icanism Committee meeting on 'Hiursdaj- morning. 4'H King & Queen Candidates 4'H Royalty Candidates HERE ARE II OF THE 12 4-H KING AND QUEEN Candidates tor 1967. Winners will be crowned at the McHenry County Fair on Fridi^ night, Augnst 4. Absent when photo was taken was Pat McCnIIough. From left, front: Cathy Grandt, Kathy Kopsell, Connie Pedersen, Pat Ryan, and VkU Haswell. Back: Gewge Kane, Jim McCullough, Ken Pedersen, Arnold Ames, Willie Davidson, and James Goed- deke. (Don Peasley Photo) Twelve outstanding 4-ers. six boys and six girls, have been chosen to vie for the 4-H King and Queen titles at the McHen'^y County Fair .\\3%. 3-6. Thes<^ young people were chosen for the contest by the McHenry County Agriculuiral and Home Economics Extcnuon committees. Factors considered for selection in¬ clude leadei-ship, citizenship, and project ahciovement in 4-H club work. The winners will be chosen from among the finalists by popular vote nf 4-H members. The Queen candidates include: Cathy Grandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grandt, Crystal l.ake. Cathy is 17, an «-year 4-H ,'nember. and t>elongs to Junior Wonder Maids 4-H club. Vicki Haswell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. T. Haswell, Richmond. Vicki is 18, an S-y^m- 4-H member- and belongs to the Community Clovers 4-H club. Kathy WKopsell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kopsell, Hunt- Icy. Kathy is 19, a IC-year member of 4-H and belonf.s to the Junior Clovers and Huntley Haivcsters 4-H clubs. Patricia McCullough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard McCullough. Harvard. Pat is 17, a 9-year 4-H fnerifiBer, aiia bekingg to" the Dur¬ ham B-Sharps 4H cKib. Connie Pedeirsen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pcdei^en, Algoi- quin. Connie is 18. a 9-year mem¬ ber, and belongs to the Busy Beav¬ ers 4-H club. Patricia Ryan, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Ryan, Harvard. Pat is 18, a 9-year 4 H members, and belongs to the Dunham B-Sharps 4-H club. The King candkiates include: Arnold Ames, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ames, Harvard. Am<*i is 18, an 8-year member of 4-H, and belongs to the Harvard At'cnvs 4-H dub. WiUiam Davidson, son of Mrs. and Mrs. WiUiam Davidson, Har¬ vard. William is 17, an 8-year 4-H member, and belongs to the Milk Center 4-H club. James Goeddeke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goeddeke, Oystal Lake. James is 18, an 8-year mem¬ ber of 4-H, and belongs to the Busy Beavers 4-H dub. CJeorge Kane, son of Mr. and Mrs. MitcheU Kane, Richmond. George is 17, an 8T-year 4-H mem¬ ber, and belongs to the Compiunity Gophers 4-H dub. James McCuJough, son of Mr. and fvlrs. Mayrjaaid McCuj(lou^, Har¬ vard. James is 16, an 8-year 4-H member, and belongs to the Mflk Center 4-H chib. Ken Pedersen, son of Mr. and Mrs, C3*arles Pedersen Harvard. Ken is 19, a 9-year 4-H member, and bekmgs to the Harvard Prairie Toppers. ¦ Ottjcr ^andstajid activities on 4-rf Night include a Livestodt Par¬ ade of Champkxis, cuid a dress re¬ view of the top 10 per cent in dothing. Public speaking winners, Vidd HasweU, Richard; BUI Johnson Marengta; and Jeanne Btu-ton, WcHenry, wUl speak before the grand^and crowd. Also (he winning Share-tlie-Fun act, Wuonder Lake Wonder Workers, will present its skits. Many other awards wUl be given to round out this 4-H Ni^ of fun and activities beginning at 8 p.m.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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