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^^ HUNTLEY ^omside VOLUME 7 — NUMBER 4« THURSDAY, MARCH 2, IW7 PHONK; •669-0821 (any time) (If no answer) 460-0998 6 PAGE Hobo Dinner The Hobo Dinner and entextain- ment put on by the membera of the choir with the assistance of others who cooked the dinner was again a huge suceass on Saturday, February 26. Tw^ servings and shows were stagC^, one at 6:45 the second at 7:46 p.m. Tickets to the affair were completely sold out a week in advance and al¬ though there were a few cancella¬ tions due to illness, etc., ^vfi were requests for tickets at the last minute and all seats at the tables were filled. The st»ge at the United Church of Christ Social Hall resembled a railroad depot with appropriate touches (lanterns, signs, etc.), and the table settings reflected the hobo atmosphere. The twenty members of the choir made up the "Hobo" group. Carl Hill acted as master of cere¬ monies. "Freddie and Frieda Free¬ loader (George Buchal and Mrs. Bernard Johnson) were again fea¬ tured in the show. ''Hilda Hobo" (Debbie Eckman), "The Beautiful Bums" (Diana Diehl, Pat Zimmer¬ man, Debbie Eckman, Sheila Mon¬ tanye), "The Happy Hobos" (Faye Marlowe and Sue Eggers), 'The Railriders" (Penny Ruth.^^ine Hellmuth, Kathy Jensen^SltlBO were in speelaltir ta/atcik^n. Tiamr priaea were awardcid. and contributed much to the merri¬ ment of the evening. "Hob<*^nd- outs" were provided by oHrles Ehle, the Diamond Crystal Salt Co., Collins Drugs, Colonial Bak¬ ers, Art Garlieb, the III. Bell Tele¬ phone Co., Honeggers Hatchery, Federal Fertilizers, Wrigley's Gum, Marlowe Feeds, The Wool- ite Co., the Dean Milk Co., Chuck's Barber Shop, Bob's 111. Cleaners, the Salerno Biscuit Co., the Rail- ton Co. A substantial cash contri¬ bution was received from the Hampshire State Bank. Members of the choir are: David Britton, Mary Britton, Diana Diehl Debbie Eckman, Scott Eckman, Sue Eggers, Diane Hellmuth, Carl and Shelby Hill, Kathy and Nancy Jensen, Sue Jirik, Mary Kerrick, Faye Marlowe, Sehila Montanye, Belle Ostrander. Lol« Pairiialti Penny Ruth, John 9pra4Iin, Pat Zimmerman. Co-directors were Mra. BaiMffd Johnson and Mrs. Henry Marlowe. Howard Ruth and Chuck added merriment as the local law en¬ forcement officials and helped in moving the crowd in an orderly fashion. The group would like to thank everyone who helped in any way to make the event successful. Operation Show Your Colors The American Legion Auxiliary in cooperation with the American Legion is promoting the progrram of "Operation Show Your Colors." Orders are being taken now for flag pins with or without match¬ ing earrings. If interested in ordering, call 669-5092, or 669- 6557. We are hoping to be able to offer for sale American flags for the homes in the very near fu¬ ture. More on this will be publish¬ ed later. scrrooL rtLE HUNTLEY HIGH HONTLET. ILL SCHOOL HAUJBD AND DtmBMSiVTBD T «Mt« per cop; Scenes of Fun-Hobo Dinner Holsteill Chill Chief of Polke UiUin Ranqnet Mar 9 The Annual McHenry-Lal^e Hol¬ stein Club Banquet will be, held on March 9, at 6 p.m. ai ICarian Central High School Woodstock,' Illinois. This will be a roast beef and turkey dinner, served family style, and the master of eewroqf- ies will be Charles MinHoe of Antioch. The speaker of tte eve¬ ning will be Karl Gairdenei^ As¬ sociate Dean amd Director at reri- dent instruction, Golkge «f Ag-. riculture, and Pro|e«or «f Mutii-I tion Departmeat of Bahry Sateie of Unhrersity of Hliaoii. ^ose wishes to bur UeinM should contact the officers of &« McHenry-Lake Hidstein €1^^, Oe banquet eommittee a»0mbera, Bbr bert Nichols, Hebvoa; Otto Sk- kuhr, Marengo; Charles Weintwrt, McHenry; Heraaan Albi«ekft, of Huntley; Charles Mikulice, Anti¬ och; McHenry County Farw Ad¬ visor, Louis EngeUtrecht, or «t the McHenry Ceanty Fam B<|P- eau office. This is one of the gala events for holstein raisers of tka year, and we are hoping to see all of our friends aad neighbera at this banquet. March is Red Cross Month Month of March is natioQally designated by tbe Congress as Red Cross MONTH. No Money i« given to the Bed Cross by the U. S. Government. Only souree of twda is from the PEOPLE'S contributions which make it possible fw this Bitd Cress to oarry on its many, and diverse, operations for t)ia men and women iri s^«ice> toe Veterans and the|f Dep^dents, and civilians in time of Disaster. Although the people go the Red Cross 24 hours a day e^rvry #ay in the year the Red Cross turns to the people for their support i^ tlie month of March. Volunteer fita ar^ opveriiw the business sections ip ^Mnf of tt)e 13 towns in McHenry Oomty, and many residents are being solicited by mallf not contacted by either source contribntiona niay he atiailt ed directly to the Red Cross office at IMVi Benton Street, WeedatlMk- The following are Volunteers in Alden, Noal) Gates; Cary, Paul Tegal; harvard, Fred Kmse; Huntletr iames Coiiiffi KaMnfet Robert iecker; |fc9#|iry, Bpp^M Macdonald; Rjchip^ 9«y An¬ derson; WoodstocI; Fl^ Ferris & Ed Nolan. The cases ia McHenry Co»»^ increase constantly with the large numbers of men and women from the County in service—last week a call from a mother of a scvm stating she had received a call at 6:00 a.m. from a hospital in the Phillippines from a buddy of her son who stated a(vm was ^ti^ally injured when he was sent out the last day of the three day Traee in Viet Nam on a Mine Detecting Mission — and was being air CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE Resigns The Huntley Village Board voted last Thursday evenip^ to accept the resignation of C^hief of Police John Roth, effective on March 1.5 Chief Both has taken a Jiositioa with the K-Mart at a higher salary than he was receiving as Police Chief in Hunttey. Mr Roth was hired by the Village Board to replace the fonner (Thief rf Police Richard Nelsen on Aug. 1, 1955. Previous to that time Mr. Roth had been employed as a po'ice of¬ ficer ip Sleepy Hollow and Oi^ndee. . Thf vacuncy crefltad by Mr. Roth's redlgnatkn w«l be filled b the fonner pdicQ chief, Richard Nd- ¦sen who served as c&ief of poUce in Huntley from June IS, 1963 untU Au¬ gust 1. 1965. Ml* Nelson came to Huntley at that time after having served in the Chicago p(riice depart¬ ment for 30 years, attahiing the rank of Sergeant. The Village Board complimented Mr. Roth on the fine job which he performed in Huntley during his ten¬ ure here. Village Itin In Now Oper- A new restaoranv Mai» Stteet in Hmtley thia weak. It te aaHid-The Tffiftge inn aad is locatAd next door to the ftafek Bank of Huntley. * '» location formerly housed Ca|.«»'lnc. prior to the time they built on Algon¬ quin Road. Prior to that time a small department store was lo¬ cated there. Tht new restaurant is operated by Mrs. Beverly Kubis, a Hnntley resident who has for many years been employed in restaurants In the Fox River valley area. Much of the equipment for the new restaurant was purohaaed from Bowl-Hi Lanes. The broiler is one of the latest infra ray types which will broil a frozen steak in Ave minutes. The rear of the restaurant has a dining room suitable for small parties or business conferences. The front portion contains 6 booths, two tables and 16 counter stools. Assisting Mrs. Kubis in serving the public are Mrs. Alice Jordi, Dorothy Piske, Beverely Reeves, Julie Enstrom, Rosemary Piske. Mrs. Marie Fettes will help with the cooking. New Laundromat Owner March 1 Charles Li^b announiiMd yester¬ day that he Has sold tiie Himtley Laundvomat to Ray. SchD^i^^r of Marengo, Illinois. C&ufk purchas¬ ed the business in 1962 from the Dutch Main Laundromat, Inc. The new owner took possession yester¬ day. March 1. Mr. Schneider is the owner of Ray's Econo Laundry in Wood¬ stock. He has been in the coin laundry business for the past four years. He plans to close the Hunt¬ ley laqndiy for approximately 10 days while he redecorates. The new name of the laundry will be the Huntley Coin Wash.
|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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