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HUNTLEY >«td. VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 6 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1969 —• PHONE — 669-5«2l 11 No Answer 45t.09»8 r.CV.'^ri FILE I'.UNVLEV HIQ;! SCH"""! IIUUTIKY, ILL MAH.EO AND DISTRIBCrTED WEEKLY a cow Auto Accidents Plague Huntley Area (Lyle Krause Photos) Regular School Board Meeting The regular mcetinia: of the Hunt ley School Board was hold last Wednesday, May 14, with the fol¬ lowing members present: Mr. Jir¬ ik, Mr. Bein, Mrs. Thrun. Miss Mackeben and Mr. Stading. Mr. Bastian and Dr. Grau were absent. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Miss Mackeben to approve of the minutes as read. At this point in the meeting. Mr. Bastian and Dr. Grau made their appearance. A motion was made by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mr.s. Thrun to pay the monthly bills. The motion carried 7 yeas, no nays. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Miss Mackeben to transfer $262.39 from the Educat¬ ional Fund to the Revolving Fund. The motion carried C yea's, 1 nay. Mrs. Thrun casting the nay vote. A motion was made by Dr. Grau. seconded by Mrs. Thrun to hold the next regular board meeting May 2t)th instead of Wednesday. May 28th. The motion carried 7 yea's. A motion was made by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mr. Bastain to collect $1,163.07 from the Federal govern¬ ment on our Title II program. The motion carried 7 yeas. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tain, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve a contract for William Leggee to teach vocal music for the school year of 69-70 for the sum of $9400. This motion carried 7 yeas. Mr. Leggee has 10 years of teaching experience. A motion was made by Mr. Stad ing, seconded by Mr. Jirik to ap¬ prove a contract for Etouglas Clo- ugh to tcaoh Chemistry, Physics and Guidance for the school year 69-70 for the sum of $7600. The motion carried 7 yea's. Mr. Clough has no teaching experience. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tain, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve of tho resignation of Rob¬ ert Tirk effective as of the end of the school year. The motion carr¬ ied 7 yea's. A motion was made by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mr. Bein to grant Steven Meckel a leave of absence to serve in the armed forces. The motion carried 7 yea's. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tain, seconded by Mr. Bein to ap¬ prove of the 29th as being the last Continaed on Page Three Jr,'Sr. Prom & Banquet The Junior Class would like to extxend their appreciation to all of those who donated money or helped to make our Junior-Senior Prom a success. The Junior-Senior Banquet con¬ sisted of a roast beef dinner and a delightful program headeid by the Junior class pr|esident. Paul Kudlach, who gave the welcome. Dan Danmeyor, the Senior Cla^s president, then gave the Response. The Class Will and Class Pro phecy wore read by Mary Borhart and Sue Eggers. Immediately following the post- prom, the Juniors, seniors, and their gXiests departed to Bev's Vil¬ lage Inn for a pancake breakfast. Two weeks ago the parents of Juniors at Huntley High School were sent a fact shoe*, giving the maximum cost estimated at that prom. It was estimated at that time that 153 guests would attend 'he Senior dinner at 4.80 per plate, making a total of 719.10 with $21.00 additional for punch, $1130 for the band for three hours. In reality. 117 people attended the dinner at a total cost of $561.50 $21.00 for punch, $130 for the band, a total of $682.60 plus $60.00 decorating fee, for a grand *otaI of $742.50. It was estimated that an addi¬ tional $120 would be paid to the band and $80.00 for breakfast at Bev's Village Inn in Huntley. The expenses for these items were cor¬ rect and the grand total of ^he prom, post-prom and dinner came to 942.50. Last year's cost of the prom and and banquet alone was $i850. That year's Junior Class had only $800 in their treasury and had to make up $50 'his year to pay off Continued on Page Three Please Any person having any useable articles of furniture of housewear, please call Mrs. Audrey Korwin. the school nurse, at the Huntley Elementary School, 669-5108 or after school at 669-5790. Mrs. Kor¬ win has knowledge of a family greatly in need of these items. A two car accident occured la.st Saturday morning, May I7th at 3:10 a.m. on the Marengo Road, two miles east of Route 20. Ac¬ cording to 'he Sheriff's report, Charles E. O'Howcll 2C. of 4204 Franklinville Rd., Union, driver of car No. 1 was traveling west on the Huntley-Marengo Road. An¬ other car driven by Douglas D. Bloedorn 20 also of Union with a passenger, Kathy Bond 20, of 528 East Chicago, Elgin, was cast bound when the accident occured. Uoatiwied -0» .Pair* - Three Girls Stater From Huntley Miss Judy Drendel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Drendel, has been selected as the delegate to the 1969 session of the Illini Girls state to be held June 17 to 24 on the MacMurray campus at Jacksonville. She will represent Huntley Unit 673 American Legion Auxiliary. The alternate is Cathy Thrun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thrun. She will join over 500 other Ill¬ inois High School Juniors in a pro gram to leam the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship. They spent a week of concentrated eff¬ ort which finds them serving as local civic officials; county officials; state legislators and officers. The disciplines of each governing op- peration is giyen sufficient empha¬ sis so that each young woman re¬ turns to her home with a full know ledge of how elections are conduct¬ ed, party platforms developed, and governing bodies function. The ex¬ perience of living together for a week also helps them see the value Continued on Page Three Last Full Day May 27 The final full day of school will be Tuesday, May 7 in the Hundley School District and buses will run as usual. On Thursday, May 29, buses will pick up tho children as usual, but school will be dismissed at approximatelj;,^15 a.m. Notice The Park Board meeting will bo held this Wednesday, May 28th at 8 p.m. New Business For Huntley The diroctoi-N of the Huntley Medical Center Building announc¬ ed this week that thoy have rented par' of the premises to Mr. Jack Zenk who plans to open a beauty shop. A spokesman for the group said that Mr. Zenk comes higiily recommended to Huntley. He has a home in Bull 'Valley. Mr. Zenk has had experience operating a beauty parlor in Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Zenk was born and raised in the Huntley area. - Tho Medical Center directors camo to the conclusion to rent a portion of 'he Medical Center building to Mr. Zenk due to the fact that it has remained empty without a doctor or the hope of getting a doctor for several years. The directors felt i' best to have income from the building rather than letting it remain empty. In the event a doctor should be secured for Huntley, a clause in Mr. Zenk's lease states tha* he will have to vacate his portion of the premises. That portion of the Medical Center building that houses Dr. Johnson, a dentist, will continue ^o be used for his pro¬ fessional services. The spokesman stated that the Board is still seeking the services of a doctor for Huntley, Huntley Legion To Observe Memorial Day Residents of Huntley are cord¬ ially invited to attend and partic- -fstf aa!"iA."'.tfaw Huntley American Legion No. 673, Commander Bob Schultz announc¬ ed today. The traditonal commemorative ritos are scheduled to begin a' 11:00 a.m. at the Huntley Ceme¬ tery. Following this program. Father Day will say Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. The propram is as follows: Invocation — Father L.. Dudley Day, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Huntley. Gettysburg Address — Bill Barry. America — Bob and Debra Eck¬ man. Speaker — George Ray Hudson- Hinsdale. National Anthem — Junior and High School Bands under the direction of Mr. Robert Tirk. American Legioa Firing Squad TAPS Benediction — Fathers Day In urging the widest possible participation by Huntley residents in Memorial Day services. Com¬ mander Schultz referred to the following excerpts from General Logan's original order: "Let no . . . avarice or neg¬ lect, no ravages of time testify to present or coming generations that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and un¬ divided republic." Commander Schultz reminded that the observance of Memorial Day in Huntley should include the dis¬ play of the United States Flag by every home and business firm. KLxxlmh geTeehtn AlaTTapm Memorial Services will be held at 'he Harmony Cemetary on Fri¬ day, May SOth at 1:30 p.m. Union Legion Post 482 and Huntley Le¬ gion Post 673 are in chargre of the services. The gfuest speaker will be George Ray Hudson, Leg:ioo- naire from Joliet, Illinois. Rever¬ end Kenneth Benson from Union will give the invocation and bene- diotion.
|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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