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'^ HUNTLEY '^0^^^ VOLUME 10 — NUMBES 41 THURSDAY^ JANUARY 16, 1970 — PBONK — MM«I1 U Ne Aatwer iWMM 8 PAGES SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEy „„„ MAn.Kn AND DISTBIBVTBP WSBKUT ptroopy Rubella Immunization at School -».T-,y,,^^^~.» I'.y -ly-vt, on weuii^Soay, oaijuaiy 7, the Huntley Elementary School was the site for a Rubella (3-day meas¬ les) immunization program. Pre- School children through 6th grade received a total of 340 doses of tho vaccine. Those children who were Immunized will receive a printed slip of certification. Dr. Frank Alford of Crystal Lake and Mrs. Audrey Korwin were in charge. They were ably assisted by Mrs. Terry Koppie, Mrs. Belle Os¬ trander, Mrs. Delores Ream, Mrs. Alieda Schmietendorf, Mrs. Mar¬ cella Modaff, Mrs. Alice Jordi, and Mrs. Carol Swanson. School of¬ ficials and all concerned offer sincere thanks to these ladies who generotisly donated their services. Thanks is also due to those parents who volunteered their time, but were not used. Within the next six weeks, a date will be announced for a sec¬ ond immunization day for those children who where excluded be¬ cause of mumps or severe colds. i^aienis wishing their children to be included in this second immtui- ization. please contact school nurse, Audrey Korwin, at 669-6108. Huntley School Coming Event January 16 — High school game with Genoa (home). January 17 — High school game with Richmond (away). January 21 — PTA meeting. January 23 High school game with Hiawatha (home). J January 26 r- Picture retakes. * January 26 — Grade school game with McHenry( here). January 27-30 — Little 8 Confer¬ ence Tournament. January 30 — Teachers Institute (no school). January 31 — PTA meeting. February 2 — Grade scbool game SCHOOL COMING EVENTS Conttamed oa Pag* Twe Village Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Village Board was hf'ld last Thu-^day. Jan. 8. in the villaep hall. Pr^srnt wr- President Brill; T'us- teos O'Connor Fi'zi. Ackman, St-^ab, Olhabr-r and Enstrom. Clerk En¬ strom and Attorn"y Caldwell also wc-e pros"nt: No one absent. The pr'maT^ dis'nission at the meeting was the raising of the sew¬ er and wat"r rat'^s for the Village cf Huntley. The board passed the increase in rates and approved the ordinance to increase the rate*, which will take effect on February 1. 1970: The bnard th-^n discused park¬ ing on st-'eHs overnight. Thpre is -n crdnance fo4)idd'ng pa-king from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. on any Hunt- yi-y stroct. It was mentioned that there aro quite a f'^w cvs park-'d on Co-al Street. The trustees di»- co"^sed issuing tickets to cars parked overnight on villag" streets. The police department will be instruct¬ ed to issuG such citat'ons. The board al.so discussed setting a: deadline and fine for not display¬ ing village vehicle stickers. At present, vehicle st'ickers must be purchased by March 1st A SOc ad¬ ditional chTg'? is added tor each motit^ dfelmquent thereafter. The board nic«ibers«^i«li'al«o tOjtt[*ei|. a village offetM* wttelffa*OS'<ft« for not displaying vehicle stickers: The board also approved an an¬ nual state permit for digging across state highways. This permit will en¬ able the village tho village to dig across state highways without pro¬ curing a state permit annua[ly. In the past, a state permit had to be issued for each excavating job the village had which cut through a state route. Individual contractors, however, will still have to receive permission from the state before ex¬ cavating across the atate tiighway: There being no further business to come before the board, the meet¬ ing was adjourned. Peggy Kunde Injured In Head-On On Wednesday, Jan. 7th, 1970, an accident occured on tbe Htmt¬ ley-AIgonquin blacktop injuring five people. At 6:15 pm., « car driven by Herdklotz 19, of 408 Blackberry Drive, Woodstodc hit head-on to a car driven by Francis Haynes 61, of 1503 Monroe St, Lake In The Hills. According to police reports, Herdklotz and two passengers. Miss Peggy Kunde, 20, of 215 Grove St., Huntley and Neil Bradford 20, of 136 East End Road, Crystal Lake, were driving east on tite Algonqtiin bla<;ktop and aiid m the pavement while going around a cttrve, veered left from the east- boiund lane into tbe westbotmd lane into tbe path of the Haynes car. Mrs. Alice Haynes was a passenger in hex htisband's car. As « retnlt of tbe Herdklotz car veerinc iqto the west Jane, a head-on elision occured. AU of the. paopie in the Herdklota yehkle went throu|^ 15 th Lions Club Tournament Mr. Delaney, Tournament man¬ ager for the Huntley Lion's Club and athletic director at tbe Hunt¬ ley Scho:>l. The 16th Annual Sri- County Gnade School Basketball Tournament will be held at the Huntley Hi^h School Gymnasium, Huntley, Illinois on Feb. 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Schools participating in¬ clude St. Patricks of 8t Charies, St. Cha lea, St. Mary's of Wood¬ tock, St Mary's of Elgin, St. Joe's Elgin, St. Lau ence of Elgin, Huntley, Hamp hire and St. Pat's of McHtn y. Each sciiooi will have a S-6th grade team and a 7-8th grade team. Sixteen games will be played — eight Ln each Division. Games on Tuesday will i>egin at 6, 7, 8 and 9 P.M. All other nighte Lxcept Saturday the games wUl t>egin at 6:30 - 7:80 and 8:80. Games on the final nlgnt wiL be¬ gin at 6:30, 7:00 and 8:00. The Huntiey Lion's Oluo sponsors this event fvery year and gives away 8 troches. Also awarded this evening 6 oinference tiX>phie* will be awarded to the top three ^aces in each division. The Lion's Club I has claimed this to be the foifsast : tournament for grade school in tbe the.e are very good ing up in the area. It is a piea>ui« to host this event for the neighoor- ir.g schools and welcome all guests frMn the area. Mr. Wibner Rohl¬ wing, President of the Lion's Club will award the trophies on Satur- uay night at 9:30 pjn. TRICOUNTY TOUIWAMENT (Winners in the Past Years) 5;h and 6tb Graders 1956 — Huntley. 1957 — Humley. 1958 — St. Pats. 1959 — St. Pats. 1960 — Unkn. 1961 — st Pats. 1962 — Huntky 1963 — Huntley: 1964 — St. Pats. 1965 — St Pats. 1966 — St Joe. 1967 — St Maiy (Waadstock) 1968 — St Pats. 1969 — St. Pats. 7th and Sth Graders 1956 — Unioo. 1957 — Central. 1958 — St Pats. 1959 -- a. Pate. 1960 — St Pats. 1961 — St Pats: 1962 — St Mary OVoodstocIt). 1963 — St Joe. 1964 — Huntley. 1965 — HunUey. 1966 — St Pats. 1967 — St Pats. 1968 — St Pats. 1969 — at Laurenoe. the wfaddteOd, causing Mr. Herd- Mote to lose an eye. AJI involved in the aceideot waK taken to the Sbemtan Baaftbal in Elgin. Henlklote w«s ttoiNtod for im¬ proper laae Betty Ahrens Named Data Control Officers At Huntley Bank At the Annual Meeting of Stock¬ holders and Directors, Mrs. Betty Ahrens was promoted to Data Con¬ trol Officer. Thb is a new position created for the improtant compu¬ terization rc^e that the bank has undertaken. In March, 1969, the State Bank of Huntley converted all checldng accounts to a compu¬ ter. The bank will hav^ aU its passbook savings on a computer and give their customers tite many bcofifits of profrassive ]>anking, JIck AtlMafiaa.BMMi.M chific of, the boolie«pte« d^^att&Mt f«r tht paU three yea^v and is a aevan year employee, Aii p«it Dhrctors and Officers we.e re-elLcted for 1970. Uurmg latftf total resources in- creasea «(»9,723.17. Ifau uicreate has kepi pace with preceeumg. yea^s. School Board Meeting The regular nteeting of the Huntley Board of Educatton was held last Monday in the boardroom of the high school. Present were Mr. Jirik, Dr. Grau, Mr. Bein, Mr. Stading and Mrs. Thrun. Absent were Miss Vmckebvi and Mr. Bastian. A motion was madfe by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mrs. Thnm to approve tbe menutes as read, liie motion carried 6 yea's, no nays. At this pohit of the meeting, Mr. Bastian made hit appearanee. A motion wias made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mr. Bastain to pay tbe following bills. This motion carried 6 yea's, no aayi. A motion was made by Mn. Thrun, seoooded by Mr. Bein to transfer $58.98 from tfae Edtica- tiooQl Fund to the Revolving Fund. Hie motien carried 6 yea's no nay*. A motion was made hy Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Stading to approve of payment to the T & H Constructkm Co. for work al¬ ready oooiplcted fcM- a sum of |8,- 123.93. The motion carried « yea's, no ni^. A motion was mada by Mr. Stad- i,Qg, aecondad 1^ Mr. Bastian ut adjonm the mMWlg and the nMat- tng stood adjommi.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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