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?fk 'rfamslde ^^w,: ^.-^i VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 11 THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 — PHONE — •6«-S6» If No Answer 49MaM • 1 . 8 PAGES "BE SURE YOU AKE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 eeats per eepj School Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Board of Education was field on June 15th, at 7:45 p.m. Upon roll call the following answered present: Mr. Jirik, Mr. Bein, Mr. Michelsen, Mr. Brandwein, Miss Mackeben and Mr. Stading. Mr. Bastian was ab¬ sent. A motion was made by Mj-. Brand¬ wein, seconded by Mr. Michelsen lo appix)ve of the minutes as read. The motion carried — 6 yea's, no nay's. At this stage of the meeting, Mr. Bastian made his presence. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mr. Bastian, to approve of the payment of the regular month¬ ly bills. The motion carried — 7 yea's no nay's. A motion was made by Mr. Mich¬ elsen, secoded by Mr. Brand wine, to appiove of the payment to the T. & H. Construction Co. for the sum of $13,480.40 for work already completed. The motion carried — 7 Continued on Page Two SCHOOL BOARD NewDentests For Huntley The Huntley Medical Directors are pleased to announce they have secured two dentists to practice in the Huntley Medical Building, Dr. George Burbach and Dr. Jc*n Schultz. A new entrance way is be¬ ing constructed at the rear of the building so thatthey may have a private entrance for their dental patients. Doctor Burbach graduated frpm Continued on Page Two NEW DENTEST3 Paper Drive June 20th A Boy Scout Paper Drive will be held Saturday, June 20th. For pickup, call 669-5751 or 669- 5604. A truck will be at Patterson's Lumber Yard for anyone not wish¬ ing pickup. No paper will be picked up after 10 a.m. Saturday. Truck - Tractor Accident onRt47 On Thursday, June Ilth, an end- loader owned by the Bakley Con¬ struction Co., Huntley, and a semi- truck collided at the intersection of Route 47 and the Huntley- Algonquin blacktop. The end- loader, driven by Douglas Bak¬ ley, was a 1966 Allis Chalmers model. The truck wa-s driven by Gerald F. Sorenson of Route 1, Oneida, Wis. According to reports from Chief Richard Nelson, the end-loader was going south on Route 47, going to make a left turn to go east on the Huntley-AIgonquin blacktop. The semi-trailer was also going south on Route 47 and had been following the end-loader for some distance and saw what he thought was a good opportunity to pass, started passing and as they got near the intersection of the Huntley- AIgonquin blacktop, they collided. The fire department was called to wash down one of the fuel tanks in the tractor of the semi, which w«.s leaking due to a ruptured seam. Approximately $100 was done to the left side of the bucket oa the end of the loader and the tire closeest to the bucket. The tractor and trailer received approximate- $1500 damage to its right side. No tickets were Issued. First Congregational Bible School Approximately KO children attend¬ ed classes at the Congregational Church Bible School. Children three years old through sixth grade attended classes fot 2 weeks trom 9 a.m. through 1I:.30 a.m. The school commenced with Bible study, followed by worship anJ singing and later, crafts. The entire Bible School class will Pj-esont their program at 10 a.m. on Sonay, June 21st, an will be com¬ bined, with worship services. Parents an friends will be invited to view the crafts and work done by the children after church. The children will then be permitted to take their handicraft home. Bar-B-Que Scheduled By Lions Club This Sunday, June 21st, the Huntley Lions Club will hold its annual Chicken Bar-B-Que at the Huntley Firebarn. This dinner is the organization's primary money- making project and all the rriefn- bepi and their wives, work diligent¬ ly to prepare, the succulent meal. Dinner will consist of barbequed chicken, garnished with a s'pecial barbeque sauce, prepared from a family recipe of Henry Marlowe, Continued on Page Two LIONS CHICKEN BAR-B-Q Huntley High School Award Program On Thursday, May 28th, Hunt¬ ley High School held their awards program. The following students received the following awards. 1. National Honor Society Pins and certificate Awards, LeRoy Marks: Juniors — Beverly Albrecht, Gary Downen, Pat Donahue, Pam Jirik. Seniors — Cathy Thrun, Michael Raymond, Continued on Page I'wu SCHOOL AWARDS New Water Tower Under Way •j CcHistruction has started on the new water tower for Huntley. A- boiit 30 feet of the tower ha,s been finished. When completed, the to¬ wer will raise 140 feet into the air and will resemble a gcdf ball on a tee. It will hold 300,000 gallons of water. The well and tower, locat¬ ed north of Huntley in the parking lot of a proposed shopping center, will pump water to the downtown area and other parts of Huntley through a 12 inch main which has already been installed. The 75 year old wodden water tower now being used by the vill¬ age, will remain for some time at least. It will, however, be shut off. The two wells and pumps now be¬ ing used by the village will be placed on a standby basis and will be capable of pumping directly into the main in case of emergency such as a large fire. No completion date has been set for the new well.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|