The Huntley Farmside
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vr~ ^. ylic •*» ^akmld^ V^,. \,<.'X' VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 7 THURSDAY, MAY 89, 1969 — PHONB — 669-S6» It No Aaswer t5IMI6 SCHOOL FILE imnZY HIGH SCHOOL HUMTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WBEKLT • am Regular School Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley School Board was held last Monday night in the board room. Mrs. Thrun. Mr. Bein. Miss Macke¬ ben and Mr. Jirik were present. Absent from the meeting were Mr. Stading, Mr'. Bastian, and Dr. Grau. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to pay the sum of $88.31 to the Country Mutual Insurance Co. The motion carried 4 yea's no nays. (Mr. Bas¬ tain then entered the meeting). A motion was made by Mrs.. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Bein to approve of the following people to attend junior college under the Junior College Act: Jerome Cham¬ ness, Pamela Staab, Dale Bein, Debra Kimson, Audrey Korwin, Larry Nelson, Patricia Staab, Marcy Swanson and Richard Wascher. The deadline for appli¬ cation for junior college assistance is Aug. 1st. This motion carried B yea's. (Mr. Stading then entered the meeting) A motion was made by Mr. Bastain, seconded by Miss Macke¬ ben to purchase high school band uniforms in the amount of JIBOO for the school yesr 6fr-70. The motion carried 6 yea's. A motion waa made by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Miss Mackeben to approve of a budget for text books in the sum of $8000 for grade K through 12. The motion carried 6 yea's. A motion was made by Mr. Stading, seconded by Mr. Jirik to approve of the school calendar as presented. The motion carried 5 yea's, 1 maybe. The maybe being cast by Mr. Bastain. A motion was made by Mi'. Bastain. seconded by Mr. Bein to sign a contract with architects West & Seron for future building programs at the rale of 6%.. Tbe motion carried 6 yea's. A motion was made by Mr. Bein A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mr. Jirik to approve of a hiring of a custodian helper that is participating in cooperative work training program. The mo¬ tion carried 5 yea's 1 nay, the nay being cast by Miss Mackdien, A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Bein to approve a contract for Don Koeh¬ ler to teach 6th grade Math and Science for the sum of $7600. The motion carried 6 yea's. A motion was made by Miss Mackeben, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve a contract for Steven Polek to teach Chemistry, Physics and Guidance for a sum of $7500. The motion carried 6 yea's. A motion was made by Miss Mackeben, seconded by Mr. Bas¬ tain to approve a contract for Louis DeMolli to teach instrument¬ al music for the sum of $.7300. The motion carried 6 yea's. A motion was made by Mr. Stading, seconded by Mr. Jirik to pay the custodian employees out of the Educational Fund 12 months of the year. The motion carried 5 yea's, 1 pass by Mr.. Bastian. At the previous meeting, a mo tion was made by Mrs. Thrun, sec¬ onded by Mr. Bein to approve of a contract for Dixie Ramsbottom to teach girl's P E for the sum of $8100. The motion carried 7 yea's. ¦Hiere being: no further business, the meeting was adjourned. emorial Dav-Mav30 'Tiirinnnnfrinni"onr---riii n-r-ofionrtriiwfnnn-mnminmnnrr r-irYT''r"-TT r^(T-i-roi---iri ir-ii---nr"^vj^ir.iir.iriiiiiiniUjiriUMM(wiwill * HONORING THOSE HEROIC MEN WHO DIED SO THAT AMERICA MIGHT LIVE * '^^. /^ Car Hits Pole On Dean Street On Saturday, May M, at approx¬ imately 10:00 p.m., a car driven by Randy Habbley 17, of Rural Route No. 1, Church Road, Huntley, crashed into a telephone pde on Dean Street, near Mill St. According to Huntley police the car was going around a sli^ curve at too fast a speed, and Wt the side of the road, then ran head on into a telephone pole, complete¬ ly damaging tlie auto and pole. Passengers In the car with Mr. Habbley were Allen Hafferkamp 17. of Rural Route. Huntley, John Spradlin. 17 327 Kathleen, Huntley and Chuck Piske, 18, of 226 E. Main St., Huntley. Mr. Habbley was ticketed for careless driving. The investigating officer was Donald Greene oi Hunt¬ ley Police. Danuige estimates were $800 to the car and $200 damage to the telephone pole. TTie injured were taken to the Woodstock Hos¬ pital. See Picture on Page Eifbt tmmfff^- Cub Scouts On The four dens of Troop 167 of HunUey took a field trip to the Tures Nursery. It was educational, interesting and a good exercise for the Den mothers. We would like to thank John Tures for showing us the different plants, trees and shririt>s in the 350 acre nursrey. A picnic in each den will end up the scouting year. The Cub Scouts will march in the Memorial Day parade and should meet at the Legion Home at 10 a.m. Little League Schedule Wear Your Poppy On Memorial Day TWI-LrTE June 6 - June 10 June 13 June 17 June 20 June 24 June 27 Grove. July 1 — July 8 — July 11 - July 15 ley. July 18 — Hamp^ire at Hunlley. — Wasco at Huntley. — Lily Lake at Huntley. — Huntley at BtirUngton. — Plato Center Huntley. — Elbum at Huntley. — Huntley at Sugar Huntley at Maple Pai^. Huntley at Wasco. — Kaneville at HunUey. — Burlington at Hunt- — HunUey at Hampshire. TEENER June 10 June 12 June 17 June 19 June 26 July 1 . July 3 — July 8 — — Genoa I at HunUey. — Huntley at Burlington. — HunUey at <:fenoa II. — Han^hire at HunUey. — HunUey at Genoa I. Buriington at Huntley. Genoa H at Hundey. HtmUey at Hampshire. Pictared above is John Blankenship, son of Mr. and Mm. Harold BlankeWBhlp of Powder Park HMtfey, m he pnrehiies a Pt^vy from l«mi OBiaKer, a WerM War I vateraa nd members of tbe Huotiey American Legion Post 673 Mrs. Vi Jurs, Presideat of tbe American Legkm Auxiliary looks on. Flowers Needed The America Legion Auxiliary needs flowers for ttte graves on Memorial Day. Would tbe parents of the sdiool diildren ptaase sent Some in wbh tte diildren. Must be at the Legion Home by 9 a.m- on Friday.
|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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