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^e HUNTLEY ^"^•"side VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 34 THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1969 — PHONE — 669-5621 If No Answer 439-0998 • Ft .'- .\ / / ¦ r » PAGES MAll.l':i> AMi lIlSXKIIltTlCli VVEElU.y 7 centa per cop; Regular Park Board Meeting The regular meeting of tho Hunt¬ ley Park board was held November 26 1969 at 8:00 P.M. The President called the meeUng to order with the following commissioners present; Deicke, Piske, Ream and Tessen¬ dorf and Park Engineer Scheflow with Commissioner Parisek absent. The first order of business was the swearing in of the new Park Board Commissioner, Edgar Ream, by the Secretary. His term shall ex¬ pire at the next election in 1971. The Secretary was then asked lo read the minutes of the previous meeting after which a motion was made by Commissioner Deicke, seconded by Commissioner Tessen¬ dorf. Upon roll call, all commmis- sioners voted aye and the motion approved. The next order of business was the Treasurer's report. She reported that at 10/1/69 there was a bal¬ ance of $16,455.08 in the checking account, bills paid in the amount of $13.21, deposits made in the amount of $2,387.16, plus a deposit to be made of $240.15 in protest tax money, bring balance in checking ac¬ count to date of $19,069.18. Golden passbook savings account showed a balance of $5,360.67. A motion was made by Mr. Deicko, seconded by Mrs. Tes-sendorf, and upon roll call, all commissioners voted aye and the report was approved. During this report, Mr. Cowlin en¬ tered the meeting and stated that the Treasurer should report funds in separate catagories from this date on so the Board would be able to determine more accuately the dis¬ bursement of funds. Bills were then presented as fol¬ lows: Commonwealth Edison-Power $1.53; B & B Gas and Oil-$5.00 Heinemann Hdwe.. Padlock-Sl.98; West Haven Builders, concrete- $100.00; West Haven Builders, Partial on masonry-S2,697.00; Zim¬ merman & Kahler, Partial on con- tract-$6,983.96. Total $9,799.47. Commissioner Pisko made a mo¬ tion, seconded by Commissioner Deicke, to approve the payment of the above bills, and upon roll tall, all commissioners voted nye and the motion approved. The president then called on Com- mLssioner Tessendorf to tiive a re¬ port for the Recreation Conmiittee. in the absence of Commissioner Parisek; reported on their nooting with Mr. J. Orkfitz. who i.s manager and recreational director of the Crystal Lake Park District. She re¬ ported that many points were clear¬ ed up by him and suggestions were numerous. One of the main things, he said, was that the park district neejjed a financial advisor and stated that a Mr. Froehlich had done a fine job fcr thoir District. Tho Pres¬ ident then appointed Mrs. Tessen¬ dorf to call Mr. Froehlich to make an appointment with him to talk to the Board at the next meeting. It was then brought to the at¬ tention of the Board that the next meeting date would fall on Christ¬ mas Eve, thus a motion was made by Commissioner Tessendorf, sec¬ onded by Commissioner Ream, to move the meeting date to December 17. 1969 at 7:30 P.M. to allow for the visitor, Mr. Froehlich. Upon roll call, all commissioners voted aye and the meeting date change was approved. Mr. Deicke then made a motion to appoint Commissioner Ream to Coatinoed on Page Three Annual 4-H Achievement Night Held The local 4-H AchioveiiuMit Nij^ht was held la^f S;Lturday. November 29th in the basement of the Trini¬ ty Lutheran Church, Tli" Rever¬ end Frederick Harm, offered the opening prayer, A potluck supper was enjoyed by all the 4-Hers and their parents, Followinjr tlie supper, Ron Rofierniaii, President of the 4-11 ("lull, welcomed llie quests to the meeting, alter which Vanita ShtMwin led the jrucsts in the pledfie to the lla^r and the 4-H PledRe. Mr. Kopsell then presented th;- (irafton Girls Awa:-ds, Sj-iecial men¬ tion was fjiven to jzirls who were State OutstandinK members. They were Fran Donahue Bcv Albrecht. Nancy Kopsell, Vanita Sherwin and Terri Schroeder. Special mention was also given to Miss Fran Dona¬ hue, who was Miss ]McHenry Coun¬ ty 4-H Queen. Jlr. Fred Diedricli next spoke of the many different achievements the iluntley Harscsters had par- licipataed in during the past year, including second place over all in the County Window Display, hon¬ orable mention on clean barns at the McHenry County Fair and Second place on Dairy Promotion. He praised the dub and st.iicd that Continued on Page Seven Holiday Fantasy Gives ^70 pictures apear on Page Seven Ific donations made lo the Hunt¬ loy Dccor;ition Fund by the "Holi¬ day Fantasy held at the First Con¬ gregational Church in Huntley on November 29th, was mado possible by ho help of several people: Nancy Schuld, Jack Brunsclion, Marlene Ball. Earle Johnson on ticket sales. Donating their services were Aileen Dunion and Sharon Becknell of Rockford and Virginia Brunschon. Door prizes were donated by Nel¬ sons Ben Franklin of Marengo, Huntley Hair Fashions, Ruths Beauty Shop, beauty items, Veda Johnson, Avon: Jerry Kreutzer, floral arrangements: Celebrity Fash¬ ion Jewels, $50 free jewelry; Mary Lou Grismore, cake and cookies. Ihe H, D. Catty Corporation and A. E. Robinson Co. for materials. First Congregational Church for the Social Rooms, The Huntley Farm- side for advertising, also Woodstock Daily Sentinel and all those who Where The Action Is - Be "On Tap'' There wiU be a Christmas dance at the First Congregational Church sponsored by the Jr. P. F. on Deecember 13 from 8 to 11 pm for sixth seventh and eight graders. visiii u "Holiday Fantasy". A spec¬ ial thanks to everyone who helped. Winners of the door prizes were: E. C. Ackman, Marlene Ball, Ed Hangartner, Town Tap, Ed Hays Jr., Vi Zimmerman, Eldon Pfaff, Phyllis Ewert, Ed Meagher, and Jack Tures. A check for $70 was dwiated to the Decoration Fund from the bazaar. Sen Collins Urges 47 Toll Entrance Senator Dennis Collins called Mr. Wayne Mil.er F.iday afternoon and informed him of the following resolution. Senator Collins also staled that he had done consider¬ able work in regards t.i this toll- way exchange and that it looked like the fruits oi his labor were finally becoming a reality. The Illinois Toliway Authority passed a resoIuti.Hi Wednesday authorizing Wilbu.- Smith and As¬ sociates, Consulting Engineers, to make a feasibility study of the pix)- posed interchanged at Rle. 47 and the Northwest Toliway. The staff investigation requested by the Chairman and Directors has been completed and shows it can be paid off in a matter of ten years (in¬ cluding capital investments plus interest). The staff members rec¬ ommended approval. A feasibilty study was last made in 1964 on this interchange. Attention Attention Farmers: — Would like to form two teams for basketball game, one men and 1 women's team, or two men's teams for an evening of basketball fun for a local benefit to be played January 31st. If inter¬ ested, please call 669-5501. Featured will be the well known musical group, "ON TAP". Ad¬ mission will be one dollar and re¬ freshments will be sold. Plan Benefit Dinner Dance December 11 is the date set for the benefit dinner dance to raise funds for Beverly Lake School for Retarded Children. The emergency event to help the school which is in dire need of funds, will be held from 7:30 pm to midnight at Frontier Lodge, 37 Ceresa Drive, at the east edge of Elgin on Route 19. The buffet dinner will be set up from 7:30 to 10 while music to dance by will be provided by Chas. E. Brinkley and the Continentals from 8 to 12. Sponsoring the event are Elgin Jaycees, Dundee Jaycees and Jay¬ cettes and the Extra-Care Club of United Airlines. The Frontier Lodge, the buffet dinner, and the 19 piece orchestra are being donated by lodge owner Tony Ceresa. Tickets costing 10 per couple are available in Huntley at most mer¬ chants displaying posters about the dance or by calling Area 815 923- 2186. The entire $10 donation will go the Elgin Cardinal Assn. for Re¬ tarded Children, sponsor of Bever¬ ly Lake School which is located at Rt. 72 and Beverly Road. A state grant in aid is available for $28,886 if the school can raise $33,910 locally otherwise tiie grant is cut proportionately. This is the only school in the area for mental¬ ly retarded children that are not elgifole for their school districts special education diaset. Grade School Christmas Show The Annual. Ccade School Christ¬ mas Program will be held in the Huntley Grade School Gym on Wed¬ nesday evening at 8:00 P.M., Dec¬ ember 17, 1969. All grades from kindergarten through eighth grade will take part in some way in the program. The program will be under the direction of Mr. Don Hicks, English instructor; Mr. William Leggee, vocal music director, Mr. Henry Wozniel, band director. Be sure to put this dale on your calendar as you will not want to miss seeing and hearing these stu¬ dents perform. No School December 12 December 12th has been named as Institute day for Huntley Teach¬ ers. Schook will be dismissed that day for the students. This wiU be the first of two in¬ stitutes days that have been set aside for teacher visitation. The second day of visitation will be towards the end of January. The date is to be announced soon. Objectives for Teacher Visitation at Industries 1. To provide the opportunity to acquire additional information by which to develope a better imder- standing of Huntley. 2. To understand the require¬ ments of the employee to be suc¬ cessful on the job, this understand¬ ing will be a background to evalu¬ ate the curriculum in relation to the needs of future employee. 3. To gain information concern¬ ing the vocational opporutnities for Huntley young people as a back¬ ground to guidance of Hantley students. 4. To leam about the resources of technology and techniques used by local firms as a background in teaching. 5. To become aware of the re¬ sources in industry that can aid the classroom teacheers.
|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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