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;'*3iv giie HUNTLEY'^««'«s!«'e VOLUME 8 —NUMBER 16 THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1967 PHONE: •669-6621 (any time) (If no answer) 469-0998 6 PAGES McHenry Co. Fair Nears The big, interesting McHeniy County 4-H and Junior Fair i.s August 3, 4, 5 and 6 at the Mc¬ Henry County Fairgrounds in Woodstock. 4rH'ers throughout Mc¬ Henry County are making entries for their many different kinds of projects. Over 1200 4-H members are expected to exhibit projects in livestock, food, clothing, knit¬ ting, room improvement, poultry, rabbits, garden, handicraft, photo¬ graphy, entomology, and a wide varity of micellaneous projects. A new project this year will be the 4-H Dog Clare project and Dor Show which is scheduled for Sat¬ urday morning. August 5, 8:00 a.m. in front of the grandstand- Mrs. RicJiard Radtke, McHenry, is siq)- intendent and trainer for the dog program. The Dog Show will be an interesting and new event. Open Class entries in tlie Mc¬ Henry County Junior Fair are open to any McHenry County Boy or girl 10 through 21 year of age. Any youth may get a copy of the Fair Book along with entry blanks at the Secretary's Office at the Fairgrounds. Young people will find that tlie Fine Arts Department at the Fair is only one of many places where they may display their talents at wabercolors, ink drawing, charcoal, chalk and pencil drawings, collages or Otis. „„. Annual Ag Adv. Picnic The Annual Picnic of the Ag¬ riculture Advisory Board will be held on Sunday, July 23, 1967, at the South End of the Edwin F. Deicke Park at Donahoe's Woods. . All past members and ttieir fam¬ ilies and F.F.A. memibers and their family are invited to attend as ice cream, milk and soda will be provided. All attendSlng are asked to bring place settings for their own families as well as their own meat dish and one dish to "pass Hi-ound." ± SCHOOL FILE MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED "''^'^'^jfntJTr.L V r rr y enta per copj Miss Huntley In County Fair Contest Faye MiMowe, .Miss Huntle\, and Arnold Chesak representing her sponsor Hunt- Lite's Club look forward to the Miss McHenry County Contest at the McHenry County Faif'on Thursday niRht. August 3. (Don Peasley Photo) \ 'V " KT Annual Ice Cream % Members of the Walther League of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Huntley, held their anniial lee Cream Social last Sunday from 3:00 until 9:00 p.m. An estimated 275 pei-sons were served. This annual event it the main money-making project of the local organization. They use (heir funds to maintain the annual Christmas Nativity Scene, to provic';e outdoor linusic, as well as oontribing to other worthwhile projects of tho Church. All of the Leaguers who workec at the Social are being treated to an outing at Riverview Park in Chicago. S. P.F. Party The mrmbers of the Sr. Pilgrim F<'llow.qhii) of the Congregational Church will hold a swimming partj- on Tuesdaj-, July 25. at Cary- Fo\ Trail.s. Mem'>bers will meet at the church at 5:00 p.m. This event is for memibers only. Fire On Phillips Drive Huntley firemen were called to the Rfflbort Hight residence on Philip Dr've at approximately 7:30 a.m. Satu-day to extinguish a fire in a gas range Which, it is believed was cnui-ed b.\- an electric spark igniting a leak in flexible tubing connectin<^ a pipe with the stove. The firenien extinguished the fire in.a matter of minuutes and .set up an exhaust for to clear smoke from the residence. R. L. Bankes Elected Pres. R. L. Bankes, Cashier, of State Bank of Huntley, has been elected Rresidenit of the DuKane-DeKalb No. 529 Chapter of NABAC. The Associataon for Bank Audit, Cont¬ rol and Operation, for the 1967-68 chapter year. Ho succeeds Lourie Batt. OomptroUer. Elmhurst Nat¬ ional Bank. NABAC is a banktog trade assoc- -aition witti some 7200 meoTiber Continined on Page Three School Board Meeting Richard Gillespde of Bartlett was b. ed as custodian at the July 12th meeting of the Hunfley Board of r-'ucation. Mr. Gillespie will work nine montiis of the year from 11:00 p.m. until 7:00 ajn. During the summer montte he will work d'jv with (-? two other custodians, .starUng at 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The Board voted to pay Mr. GDI- espi $5700.00 per year. He will .itart August 1, helping in the preparations for classes which will start late in August. The new cu.stodian has 12 years of experience in Park Ridge. He has his home in Bartlett up for ¦lie and rhns to move to Huntley. With the hiring of Mr. GiUeapie the —H ii now has 24'hour custodial service. The book rental fee throughout the entire school system were raised $1.00 per year for all grades. There will be an additional fee of $2,50 for the 90 commercial stu¬ dents which will help defray the expense of new office marhii»es- in the commercial departmeitf. Th's will net about $225.00. The students also must purchase their own work books. Student accident insurance will aeain be purchased from the Hor¬ ace Mann Insurance Co. Mr. Blum of Crystal Lake is the agent "Hie cost of this insurance is $2.00.jec„ shWent, v«*t(fh'Is iSplmia IvvpBr-' chase. It was mentioned that there is no coverage of breakagA of gliasses. It was also stated that most of the students do take this school insurance. It was reported that more space is needed to store milk. Prices of refrigeration units will be invest- ip-ited. It was also reported that the cooler in the Kitchen and tte one in the basement are too gmall. The engineering farm of Baxter & Woodman are worldng on tiie 49' X 150' lot whiich is being pur¬ chased by the Village on w^iich a street win run in front of the Now school building. This street, an extension of Mill Street, will eventually extend from Route 47 Continiued on Page Three Lutheran Church Picnic Trinity Lutheran Church. Hunt¬ ley. Iheld their annual Sunday Sch¬ ool picnic on Sunday. July 16, at the Edwin F. Deicke Park at Don¬ ahoe's Woods. The picnic began with an open air worship service conducted' at the park at 10:30 ajn. FoUowfae this service a pert luck dinner was served. During the afternoon games were played by the child¬ ren, baseball by the teen-agers and horseshoe pitching and congenial conversation was enjoyed by the adults. This was the first church picnic to be held at the Edwin F. Deicke park.
|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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