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\; ^« HUNTLEY ^om^d, VOLVME 7 — NUMBER 19 THCBSDAT, AUGUST 11, 1866 FBONKt S1M6O-0OX1 (any ttmai (If BO anawer) 815-45041008 2 SECTIONS — 16 PAGES Congratultions Fair Winners Again, as in years past, a large number of Huntley youths made outstanding showings in the Mc¬ Henry County Fair. Among the Honors awarded our local youth were Grand Champion & Junior Champion Ayrshire in 4-H Paul Ostrander; Grand Champion Home Garden — John Spinolas; Ayr¬ shire Junior Champion open class Mark Ostrander; In the Rabbit competition, Grand Champion Doe Pat Donahue; open class rabbit competition, Reserve Champion^ Doe — Paul Donahue. In the Open Class Holstein show Danny Fruin had the Reserve Champion, In the Heifers the Ju¬ nior Champion award was won by Glen Borhart. Sidney Sherwin had the Senior Champion Year¬ ling Heifer. In the cows. Reserve Junior Champion went to Sidney Sherwin and Reserve Senior went to Danny Fruin. In the 4-H Holstein show. Pro- due of Dam was won by James Dray fall. In the Open Class Swine Judg¬ ing the Champion crossbred breed¬ ing Swine award Wi^aptured by Charles Ruth. Ip Among the best overall winners taA^eMh^g.cmBl^tttlm in the opatt<naaa Home l^eonomlcs fudg¬ ing waa Mary Sue ^ler with a handhooked rug in ^|»eedle work catagory. Fran Donahue was judged a winner in the 4-H Home Econom¬ ics competition and will go to the State Fair as a clothing model. At the 4-H Night program Larry Albrecht waa ihtroduced as one of the tree public speaking winners. Larry also won 1st place in the Aged Cow judging. The two Dledriek brothers cap¬ tured 4-H blue ribbons. Gorden CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Police Report Stolen Car Huntley Police report that an 18 year old youth naimed Zeion was taken into custody for taking a car belonging to George Welock of Huntley. The police stated that the car, a red station wagon, was taken between the hours of 10 p.m and 6 a.ma Monday Augrust 8. The youth was captured in Louistown Illinois and put into the Fulerton County Jail. On Monday evening CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Police Report Extended Area Begins Saturday • The expanded toll-free calling area for Huntley residents goes into effect Saturday, according to Illinois Bell Telephone Manager Don Legner. Legner and Inside Wire Chief Joe Barnd said this week that necessary technical work is virtually completed for the scheduled service improve¬ ment. Beginning Saturday, Huntley telephone users will be able to make toll-free calls to Elgin and Woodatock, as weD as Algonquin, Crystal Lake, East Dundee, West Dundee, Carpent«r8vnia,i;Hamp- ahiio, Plato Center, Union, and CONTINUKB ON PAGB FOUR \ - '¦'% SCHOOL FILE 1^4-. - ^^HUNTLEY HIGH sCHo.i. ^0 HUNTLEY. ILL MAILED AND DISTRIBUTiai 7 cents per copy New Officers of Legion & Auxiliary The Huntley American Legion and Legion Auxiliary held joint installation of officers last Sat¬ urday night at the Legion Home. The meeting was opened by Com¬ mander Robert Gruner who called for the presentation of the colors by the SAL and Juniors. Miss Lola Maushak, president of the Auxiliary next conducted the installation service. New officers of the Legion Auxiliary were installed by Angle Powell who is Past Junior Chair¬ man for the llth District, District Veterans Craft Chairman, Past President of the Wheaton Unit No. 76 and Chaplain of the Du¬ Page Co. 8 and 40. The Auxiliary officers to be in¬ stalled were conducted to, the ros¬ trum by the daughters of Mrs. Lucille Koch, Connie as installa¬ tion sergeant-at-arms, Linda as Installing Chaplain and Gloria as assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. The new auxiliary officers were all dressed completely in white except for their official auxiliary caps which each one wore. Each wore an official American Legion poppy corsagre which consisted of two tiers of ribbons (1 gold and 1 blue) with a buddy poppy in the center. Auxiliary'musician for the event was Mrs. Harry Weltzien who played music while the offi¬ cers were being escorted to and from the rostrum. Miss Lola Maushak waa pre- senfted > witti a n»mory..-book on beli^ of the meinbers by Mabel Schhlte in the Idbsence of the Publicity Chairman. Mre. Mazie Blott, of the auxiliary, for her past year of service as president. Vi Jurs presented Miss Maushak with the past president's pin. Af¬ ter the Chaplains Prayer, Robert Eckman sang "Holy, Holy, Holy." Mr. Eckman was accompianed by Majorie Jensen. It was announced that the next meeting of the Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, "September 6, since Monday the 5th is Labor Day. After taking office the newly elected president Lucille Koch announced that she had pur¬ chased pins for the auxiliary offi¬ cers from personal award she re¬ ceived for winning 2nd depart¬ ment in veterans craft. Mrs. Koch asked for the continued coopera¬ tion in the auxiliary in the coming year. Newly elected Auxiliary offi¬ cers are: President — Lucille Koch, Vice President — Fern En¬ strom, Second Vice President — Betty Bjom, Secretary — Betty Shott, Treasurer — Verda Cal¬ hoon,'Historian — Hedy Leonard, Chaplain — Lola Maushak, Ser- geat at Arms — Joyce Will, Asst Sergeant at Arms — Gerry Gni- iadek, Installing Officer — An¬ gle Powell Wheaton 76, Sgt., at Anns. — Connie Koch, Chi^t^ialn — Linda Koch, Musician — Eftb* er Weltzien, Singer — Robert Eckman. Unit Chairman Americanism — Vera Rasmu¬ sen, Aux. Loan — Lois Haounond, Child Welfare -* Mitriljm Hek- man, Glvli Oefeasa — Oeny Gak- coNnraiED ON PACE fttb Auxiliary OOetn iMtitfad Legion Instalatkm Following the Auxiliary instal¬ lation Mrs. Koch turned the meet¬ ing over to Legion Commander Robert Gruner ^ho presented Mr. Will Carlson, past command¬ er of the llth District, as the in- installing officer. Cecil Barrett of Algonquin was the installing Ser- g^nt-at-arms and Robert Eck¬ man acted as installing Chaplain. The new officer of the Legion in¬ stalled for the coming year are: Commander — Tom Bjom, Sr. Vice Commander, — Harold Doty, Jr. Vke Commander, — Robert Schultz, Adjutant, — Don En¬ strom, Finance Officer, — Robert Schachtner, SersMnt at ma», — Harry Wettxien, Chaplain, — Geo. Willis, Serviee Officer, — Wm. Hubbe, Boy's Stata Offieed; — Howard Ruth, Ri.ntorian, -^ Frank Kerrick, Publicity Chainaan, Rob¬ ert Eckman, S. A. L. Chainnan — Bernard Shott, Cliff Gniadek. Newly elected Chaplain George Willis was unable to be present and Bernard Shott acted as proxy in his stead. Service Officer Wm. Hubbe also was unable to attend and was represented by Stanley Koch. FoUowing the installatitm Mr. Carlson gave a speech hi whkh he stated that at the recent conven¬ tion a resolution was pasaed per¬ mitting men who had served hon¬ orably in the armed forces since June 6, 1964 to the presant Ume to become members of tiie Ameri¬ can Leg^n. 'Mr. Car]«pn stuted he thoUfht it imdd wtm «tv^ CONTIllVil» m« PAM 1 Legion Iturtalatian Village Board Discuss Sewers All members were present at the regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ely Village Board held la.st Thurs¬ day evening at the Village Hall. Mr. Woodman of the firm of Bax- ter and Woodman, villagre engi¬ neers, was also present to discuss water and sewerage in the villsge of Huntley. A letter was received by the Village Board from Union Special Machine Co. requesting the Board to permit them to use the village sanitary aewer to dispose of some of their chemical waste. Accord¬ ing to Mr. Woodman the State of Illinois has declared that the company may no longer use the storm sewers for such waste ma- terUs. Mr. Woodman stated that he knew some of the chemicals in the list were toxic in targe amounts but it would depend upon the amount and time that the chemicals were fed into the sewer. Mr. Woodman informed the Board that if his firm were to analyse the chemicals and in¬ vestigate tite matter, it would ooat the board a/|ftiBiderable amount of money. . '^F Tito BiMud.<^«idM.,^h^tJ^rfidlkliillwii up.i -^sSSM^S^mT^M Co. to provej^t the chemicals "^i would not MHwiJurions to the sanitary sysflmt before approval could be granted. Mr. Woodman also discussed the problem of connecting the water system to the new school located on Mill Street between Lincoln and Sunset. It was stated that there would be an advantage for fire protection if a loop were made out of 6-lnch water line connecting Sunset to Lincoln. The present water line ends between the residence of Percy Swanson and Don Tesamen. The firm of Baxter and Woodman are making up tentative plans for the exten¬ sion of a 6-titeh water line on CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE Huntley Girls OnChampTeam This past weekend has brought a series of honors and publicity to the Marengo area via the Ma¬ rengo Girl's Softball team. As of July 31, the Marengo team has become the second place winners in the Women's State Softball Tournament and the proud poss¬ essors of a beautiful two and a half foot trophy. In addition, the highest honor a player in the State Tournament can achieve, that of "Most Valuable Player," was awarded to Marengo's own Biirh Brunschon, pitdier and man¬ ager of the team. There Is only one trophy preaanted to an in¬ dividual in the tournaiBebt, and Barb's team mates are proud that she is the deaervlng recipient. Marengo's giria made an out¬ standing showing with the selec¬ tion of five ttf tiete own ntanbers for the All-Stdta team. They ax*. outfielder, Ruth Feiuler and Bon¬ nie Swaim; firat^aaenan, Domta Bean; catcher, Charak. Bolaa; and of course, pitcher Bti^BnaMdwa. Honarable menti6B was 'MUfta to DebMe Bean. Other m^Hur* of the team are Kathy Sebilleiv B*^* bara Alveres, Kathi Odan, Sroofi. r. Petenoa, Spe Fafr, Diana Smp' t>; SOB* Roberia AeMinn.. ^'^te--: iit-^'^ pn Wedaeed«y, /f# a?, K^ re«ro defeiUMi BidM«e in 'im* CONTINtlBD ON PAGBfimnl'
|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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