The Huntley Farmside
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9*0AfW8tc(6 » VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1979 — PBwn - e«t-S«tl U Ne Aatwer 48Mlia At. WUKfO&Ktl 131 WOODSTOCK HOirrLEY* ILL. 8 PAGES mt SURE YOU ARE klGHT. THI^ GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 eeato per con 1970 Huntley Football Schedule Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. 18 25 9 17 23 VARSITY Hiawatha here 8:00 Genoa here 8:00 Moosehart there'2:00 Hampshire here »:00 HOMECOMING 30 6 23 21 5 19 26 9 Central St. Mar) — Burlington Earlville Richmond Hebron FROSHSOrti Hiawatha Mooseheadt Central Hampshire Richmond there 2:00 there 7:30 here 7:30 there 8:00 here 8:00 there 7:00 here 4:30 here 4:15 there 4:15 there 4:15 Lutheran Softball Tourney The McHenry County Lutheran Mens Softball League has com¬ pleted it's league play for this year. Trinity Huntiey has won first place in tbe league this year. They won 11 games and loat 3. This is the second year they have ww» first place. They also won laat year. The tournament will be held in Huntley again this year on ihe school (fiainondn Sttti., Aug. 23 afhcf Aug. 30. On Aug. 23 the first round will be I^yed. There will be 2 games play¬ ed atl:30 P.M. and 2 Games play¬ ed at 3:00 P.M. The Semi-Finals will be played Sun., Aug. 30 at 1:30 P.M. and the Finals will be ^ayed at 3:00 P.M. Centiaued on Page Two LUTHERAN SOFTBALL PTICE Extra c<q>ies of 1970 Yearbook are available. The cost is $6.00, if interested call the High School of¬ fice to reserve a copy. Phone 669- 5171. The Huntley Harvesters will hold their 4-H picnic on August 23 at Noon in Diecke Park. The Huntley Harvesters will hold a special 4-H meeting August 24, at the Congressional Church at 8 pan. All record book^ must be turned in. Bowling Notice The Fanner's Mixed League of Huntley will hola a meeting Friday, August 21 at 8:30 p.m. at Bowl-Hi I anes in Huntley for those inter¬ ested in bowling this season. Anyone wishing to bowl but who cannot attend this meeting, should call Gordon Jacobsen, president at 426-4938. School Board Meeting August 24th at 7:45 P.M. the Board of EDUCATIOW FOR DIW. 158 will meet for Hbe •eooad regular monthly meeting. The board will make a toqjr of the building to evaluate the atuMDer work in preparing for the eoaiing school year. Other business is a review of the increment schedule for extra 4lttes and inservice plam. BoonCounty Fair Results Huntley F.F..\. entries in die poultry division won the school ex¬ hibit award. Huntley also won the third place school trofrfiy, in the dairy division. The first irface trophy for dairy went to North Boone with Central in 5>econd place. Nearly twenty schools from Northern IIM- noia had entries at the Agricultures Occupations fair at Boone County. Entries were judged for places, 10 ribbons being awarded, eachi entry was also rated for quality. The results of Huntley entries are as follows: Steve Nevel Shorthorn Herd 2B Shorthorn Cow 2nd B Individual Shcrthoni Steers 9C A 6B Pair of Shorthorn IB Market Heiffer 5C Shorthorn Jr. Yearling 3B Yearling Goat Al Hall Shott Individual Shorthorn Steers 2nd A ShorOtorn Sr. Yearling IA Bill Ruth StaJk of Com C Soy Beans A4 Grade or Crossbred GiK A2 Single Market Hog A7 Steve Borhart Registered Jr. Y»aflift ij^^ ,,¦ Registered Sr. Yenttog .tB Registered, ItoJetate Cow (3 yr) 9C Breeder Hienl JB Poultry—Light Breed PuHet A2 Poultry—Li^t Breed Pen A2 Poultry—Light Breed Old HenB4 Poultry-Light Breed Old Pen A4 * A2 Poultry—Pen of Broilers B5 Poultry—White Eggs A5 Ron Tinberg Registered Ayrshire Jr. YearJinc 3A Registered Holstein Jr. Heifer 7B Registered Holstein Sr. Teifer 8B Registered Holstein Cow 3 yrs. 9G Registered Breeders Herd 7B Registered Ptwluction Class 2B Grade Holstein Jr. Yearling 3A Jim Drafall Registered Holstein Sr. Heifer 4A Ron Botterman Registered Holstein Cow 3 Yrs 2A Allan Hafferkamp Registered Holstein Sr. Heifer 5A Registered HcJstein Cow 3 Yrs plus 5A Iton Hafferkamp Grade Ayrshire Jr. Heifer 4A Grade Ayrshire Sr. Heifer 4B Steve VanAcker Poultry light breed Pullet Al Poultry light breed Pen Al Poultry light breed Old Hen A3 Poultry light breed Old Pen A4 Poultry Pen of Bmiler, A3 Poultry White Eggs A4 IV^^^ Holstein Jr. Heifer B5 Registered Holstein Sr. Yearling Glen Bohart Pen of Broilers A2 Ducks Al ^"^ •» crossbreed Gilt AI G^^or Cro98br.«l breeding S»^ maritet Hog A7 ^n ofthree market Hogs B4 J^Wef^ Holstein Sr. Yeariing Ted Timberg Registered Holrtein Jrj Yearili* Dennis Deidrich Registered Ayrshires Jr. Heifer 1A Regutered Ayrshire Jr. Yeariing Cwximed OB Pag* iVo BOON COUNTY FAIR Firemen^s Day Joint Legion-Auxitiaty Installation This Sunday The anjiual Huntley Firemen's Day will be held on.Sunday, Aug.* 23, In the village squ»l« ^rk. The? feature of the day will %e water fights between IS and 20 partici¬ pating teams including one from the Chicago Fire Academy. These teams will be competing for tro¬ phies and other awards. The water fights will be held on Coral Street, just north of tho park. In addition to the participating fire teams, spe¬ cial attractions will be presented. These attractions will include a water fight between the NFO and the Huntley Lions Club, a Huntley firemen's wives and a volunteer womens' group and a water fight between the Huntley Firemen's sons and a volunteer boys group. Water at fire hydrant perssure will be used for all these special attrai^-' tions. In addition to the water fights, recreational rides and a refresh¬ ment stand hav? been provided for this event. Fair Results Harvester iM Huntley Harvesters who placed high at the McHenry County Fair, as released by the Huntley Harves¬ ters, are: Ron Botterman — Grand Cham¬ pion Holstein; otiC blue, two reds, 4-H Showmanship. SyKia Fruin — Reserve Grand Champion Holstein; 3 Blue, one White. 4-H Showmanship. Kathy Meyer — Reserve Cham¬ pion Shorthorn; 2 Red, 2 Blue. Salley Strissel — one Red; SaiKly Kohley — Oiw Blue. Nancy Botterman — one Blue, 2 Red, one White. Glen Borhart — one Blue for Seiv- ior Yearling, 4 Blue for Swine, 2 Blue and one Red of Poultry. Gary Botterman -^ 5 Red. Tom Kohley — one Blue and one White. Jim Modaff — one Red for Calf and 2 red for Grain. Dale Ann Nevel — one Red. Vanita Sherwin — 2 Blue one Red. Roger Wascher — one Red. Christ Spiniolas — one Blue. Doug Borhart — one Red, one White. Keith Nevel — 2 Blues. Jean Borhart — Reserve Grand Champicm Pen of Chickens. Mike Fitzgerald — one Blue. Dale Froidlng — one Red. Ed Fitzgerald — one Red. Richard Degner — one Blue. Jo John Degner — one Blue. Jim Spiniolas — one Red. Sur Frohling — one Blue. Lori Krog — one Blue. Cindy Krog — one Red. Kathy Frohling — one Red. Mike Schweiger — one Red. John Spiniolas — Reserve Grand Champion and for Garden, Two Blues and one White. Jim Henning — one Blue. Steve Van Acker — 2 Blues one Red and for Poultry, 4 Bhies. Conrad Schultt — Grand Cham¬ pion Hogs. Steve Nevel — Grand Champion Sh<Hihom f'emale. Sue Bosliart — Champion Pea of Ducks, and Champion Pen ti Hens. The Hundey Amerlcani Legkm and atf*. Those officers installed were: the American Legkm AuxlKeiy hM a|Presideni, Mrs. U«yd (Joyce) Will; a joint installation of officers onOrl* vice pretfdent; Mrs. Arnold Saturday, Aug. 15. The AmericanJW (May) Che¬sak, 2nd vice persident; IMrs. Donald (Ferr.) Enstrom, treas- torer, Mrs. Robert (Mrt)el) Schultz, Legion and the Auxiliary color|L^ guard advanced the colors, followed |1|| with the Pledge of Allegience to^fl the flag and a prayer offered ''Y ^ the American Legion chaplain. Those present then recited the prc- anible to the American Legion coa- stitution and the group sang the National Anthem. Commander Jack Goehl then turned the meeting over to Mrs. Robert Schultz, president of the Huntley American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Schultz called Quin O'Brien, editor of the Huntley Farmeside. newspaper, to the speaker's stand. ^ She then presented him with a Cer- j. tlfioate of Merit from the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Illinois. The ceftifica.te was in recogni¬ tion of "outstaiiding cooperation given in furthering the programs" of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Illinois. The award was given to the American Legion Auxiliary for presentation at last Saturday n&ght's meeting to jthc Huntley Farmside newspaper. It is signed by the department publicity chairman and tiie department presi¬ dent. An award was also presented to Miss Eva Buckley for the two-year date calendar. Then President Schultz gave a personal gift to her secretaries, Mta. Donald Enstrom and Mrs. Floyd Will. Mrs. SchultE was presented with a memory book for her year in office by Mrs. Ar¬ thur Blott and a past president pin by the unit. Following Ihe presentation of awards the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Jerome Murphy, past nth Distria director, who t^idat- ed at the installation. The install¬ ing sergeant-at-erms was Mrs. Ralph Johnson, president of the Cain Country Auxiliary. Tbe install¬ ing chaplafai was Mrs. R. Schmid- ing, ami'tbe installing musician was Mrs. Leroy Marx. secretar>'; Mrs. Hubbert (Vera) Rassmussen, chaplain; Mrs. Carl (Vi) Jurs; historian and Miss Bettjf Jurs, sergeant-at-arms. Following the Auxiliary JnstlUil^- tion the meeting was agaiik. tu^aQrik back to Commander Jadr^Q^I^ who. awter a .short speech, faitav- duced Alvin Anderson, llj)li*ri<;t junior vice commander, p|a|t Mc¬ Henry County council commander, who acted as installing sergeant-i^ arms, the installing ^aplain Wil¬ bur Hecht of Wonder Lake, tbe sen¬ ior vice commander of the county council. Those officers installed were: Commander. James Manring; sen¬ ior vice commander, tJarold Doty; junior vice comjnander, Joel Beld¬ en; chaplain Robert^ Schultz; fin¬ ance office, Dennis Rudzinski;. ser¬ vice officer, Philip Randazzo; histor¬ ian, Hedwig Leonard; John Mat¬ tingly; sergeant-at-arms, and ad- jutaiU, Don Enstrom. Following the installing flags were retired and a buffet lunch was then served. Those in attendance then enjoyed a dance. School Starts Sept 1st Tuesday, September 1st will be the first day of the new schotd year for all Huntley school students with the exception of kindergarten young¬ sters who will begin September 2nd. Registration for elementary students will be Friday, August 21, from 9:00 to 12:00 noon for laflt names A-M and 1 to 3 P.M. for last mune& N-Z. Parents should come to the fcigh sdMHii ofOce on this day to register and pay the $10.00 book rental fee. On Monday, August 4, high school students should rMister pay the $10.00 fee and pick np class schednles at the hi|«i school office.
|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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