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VOLUME 8 — NUMBER SO THURSDAY, OGTOBSK 20, 1M7 PHONK: .669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 469-0M8 ^»*Er HIGH SCIIOOL "Hf HUNTLEY" '^omid. y/cZf-^ tCUx 8 PAGES MAn.KD AND DISTBIBUTED WKKKLX T esMti a copy - NOTICE - The PUgrim Fellowship of the Pirst Congregational Church will sponsor a Hallowe'en Dance in the Social Hall on Saturday, November 4. This dance will be for the young people in the 13-19 year age group. No time limit has been set at this date. More information will be given later. Annual Roast Little League Banquet BeefD inner The annual roast beef dinner held at the First Congregational Church in Huntley on Sunday, Oct ober 22, was an outstanding affair. A record attendance of over 800 persons were serrved from 11:30 until 2:30 and 100 carry-out dinners were t^en during that time. The menu featured prime roast of beef, brow*j gravy, nrashed po¬ tatoes, fresh vegetable salad, oom relisdies, rolls, cottage cheese home made pie and coffee or milk. In the old social hall the baz¬ aar items were displayed and sold by memtoers of the Ladies Aid. This was an added attraction to those attending the dinner and by the end of the serving time the bazaar items were all gone. Table dec<3ra,tlonB amd .ths,,fire-, place area of the SodalHall were timely reminders of the autumn harvest season with small pump¬ kins, gourds, squa^ and Indian com in attractive arrangements. Visitors and guests came from as far away as Chicago and south- em Wisconsin, Rockford and Aurora to attend worship service and enjoy the dinner. The entire congregation assisted in one way or another in the pre¬ paration, serving and clean-up act¬ ivities and nmny friends, not mem bers of the congregation, contrib¬ uted items for the bazaar, pies, and donations, so that the affair became almost a community-wide project. live sincere thanks of all mem¬ bers of the congregatio ngo out to all those who helped in any way to make this a most memorable event. Annual Land Bank Meeting The annual meeting of the Fed- eral Land Bank Association of Woodstock is scheduled tor Sab urday evening, Nevember 4, 1967. The meeting vwU be held at Mar¬ ian Catholic High School In Wood stock and will begin with a roast beef dinner at 7:30 P.M., accord¬ ing to Robert E. Coots, manager. The Woodstock Association is a farm cooperative serving Lake, Boone, and McHenry Counties with over twelve million dollars outstanding to 500 famiers. Dur ing 1967, the Federal Land Bank is celebrating its Golden Annver¬ sary. Highlighting the program will be Dr. Robert R, Spitzer, President and General Manager of Murphy Products Company, Inc., Burling¬ ton, Wiscoiisin. Two directors are to be elected. The term of Charles Weingart, McHenry, and Kenneth Denman, Lake Villa, expire. ITie meeting will be conducted try Charles P. Weingart, McHenry, President of the Association. Other directors include Charles V. Head, Harvard Russel J. Kelahan, Woodstock, and Ltoyd J. Turner, B^vkler«. An overflow crowd packed into the American Legion Home on Tuesday evening, October 17, to hear Nels Storfile, inflelder for the Chicago Wihite Sox baseball team. Mr. Stoehle was the guest speaker for the annual Little Lea¬ gue Banquet, sponsored by the American Legion. ed aT tKe' tional reservations wtiidh caught them off guard for seating arran¬ gements. Mr. Stoehle, who had just learn¬ ed the day before that he would not be playing on the White Sox team next year, told much abcHit his career, how he got started in baseball plasong in Little League, Pony League and on American Legion teams, flinally getting a call from the majorleague clubs'. He told many interesting anec¬ dotes. He also answered the ques¬ tions from little league players. The most valuable player, as chosen by members of the teams was Greg Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Linsey. Gregg received a baseball signed by all the play¬ ers. Most Valtuible Player Huntley Downs Hampshire 71-24 by Bob Wicke • Last aturday afternoon the Red¬ skins easily defeated the WWp- purs of Hampsiiire Hif^h by the score of 71 to ?". Su: isingly, Hampshire opened the scoring with a quick toucliidown after Huntley fumbled the opening kickoff. The attempt at the extra point failed. Htmtley then took over, scoring 6 toudhdowns before Hamshpire could score again. Barry Borchart started tiie Huntley scoring marathon on a run. liiel Steve Goehl ran the extra point Hoppy Kahl recovered a blodced punt and raced Into the end zone. Doug Jm-di added the extra pdnt Seen Chuck Goehl connected with brother Steve on a 46 yard scoring pass. Chuck ran the extra the extra point. Steve tJien scored on a run, with the ex¬ tra point failing. Doug Jordi then scored his first touchdown of the aftemoon on a run, the point again 6I»-S08« after*. failing. Steve Goehl then scored (Continued on Page Seven Halloween Datu:e Sat at Legion The Annual Halowe'en Coustume Dance will be held at the Amer¬ ican Legion Home this Saturday, October 28. Prizes will be awarded for the buest costomes. Music wiU be by Hemn^ngsen's Band from Union. The danoe will last from 10 — 2. Children's Home Fund Drive The mranbers of the Jr. P.F. and the Sr. PF. of the Flnrt Con¬ gregational Churdi, Huntley, who solicited for the benefit of the Woodstock ChUdren's Home col¬ lected $35.00 on Fri<tey and Satur¬ day of last week. This was turned over to the home to help defray costs of carinj: for children there. The youthfid workers wish to thank all those wbo ocntributed to this service organization. Legion Aux. Meeting The regular monthly meeting of Huntley Undt No. 673 American Legion Auxiliary was held on Mon¬ day October 2nd with Pjresidnt Mrs. Donald Enrtrom presiding.^ There were 18 members present Reports of tlie various chainnen were given. Americanism Chair¬ man Mrs. Hubert Rasn^isai ra» ported that the subject for tidfr year's essay contest is "Why a(W law and order necessary to pr^ serve freedom." Civil Defense Ohairman Mrs. Clifford Gniadek re(x>rted that the Red Cross First Aide and Survhml Course wwild start on JWday, Oct¬ ober 20th at 8:00 P.M. at lhe Leg- ion Home, the remaining lessons will be held each Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. EJveryone is urged to attend. There is no cbarge foi" this instruction course and it is open to anyone who wishes to at¬ tend. The foUwoing donaticms were CmitinQed on Page Four Homcoming Activities Huntley High School wiuld like lo report the fcrflowing 1967 Home coming Activities will be under way this week with scheduled ev¬ ents as follows: Thnrsday, October 26, 1967 Thursday evening at 6:8« PJI. all high school students will gather at the Elementary School for a .snake dance led by the high srh¬ ool cheerleaders with the football tea mon a flretruck followed by the high school pep band. The snake dance will weave it way down Lincoln and Main Streets to tbe Village Square and back to the school. During this procedure the siren will Mast punctuated by band music, cheers and yells as the students return to the school for a bon fire, speaches and more cheers. Elamentary students are not permttted to rater Into the snake dance. The students will be dismissed following the pep session which should end by 8:00 P.M. or before. Friday, October 27, 1967 — When school commences all ele¬ mentary and high school students will don Indian feathers and head bands contributed by Jim Colline to provide Huntley Redskin home¬ coming atmoBiditre. Friday after- n<n»-t« ^srtrotil t^aoeaot^^imrw dismissed at 2K)0 P.M. to attftnd the "Float Parade" that wUl be gin at 2:15 P.M., process throagh the village and return to the sch ool. The parade will feature the football team, elementary and high school bands, cheerleaders, king and queen candidates, and floats entered by local business organiz¬ ations and school classes. Float winners will be announced at game half-time activities. Eight seniors will be elected from the senior class that will make up the court and a 1967 Homecoming King and queen will be announced from this group at game half-time Friday evening. The new king and queen will be formally crowned Satarday evening at the dance. The "Highlight" of the week is, of course, the football game with Central School of Buiiington set for 8:00 PJU. Friday evening. The players, cheerleaders, coadi and band will appreciate your atten¬ dance and enthusastic sapport in this important game. Float winners and king and queen will be announ¬ ced at half-time. A sock-hop will b« held in tbe elementary gym foUow¬ ing the game. Satarday. Oelaber 28, 19«7 Saturday evening culminates tfae homecoming aetivitiea witb a dance held in the new multi-parpoee room in the new high school from 8.00 P.M. until 11:00 P.M. witb music by the "Conspirators." This is a rock and roD gronp ^o C«iUinMdl aa Paga Ura FeFeA. Slave Sale Nevember 2 On Novemter 2 the Huntiey FFA Oiapter wffl havc their An¬ nual Slave sate. There wUl be Si slaves sold at tiiis sale. Alvo fbexe will be refreshments alber the sale. On Oetober 28 there ace five members of the FFA gotee to tfw Uvestodc Jud^ng at IQritland. the Huntky FJ?'.A. caiaptar baa ako agreed on ttMfr HomeoonlBg Fk« that is betas taOt ih Uia Sbap.
|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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