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^e HUNTLEY ^"^"^irfc VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 45 THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1970 — PBONE — NMetl U No Aatwer 4S»-oaM SCHOOL PIEg mnriitr high school HOflTLET'* Hit 10 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBCTIED WKBU.V Accident on47 -No One Hurt An a.,«,.u<.no occurred last Friday, Feb 6th, one mile north of Reed Koad on Route 47. According to the sheriffs report, Daniel J. Pope, 18, of Grove Street, Huntley, rolled his car over. The report stated Pope said the car started to shimmy and he lost control of the vehicle and rolled over. The officer indicated there were no skid marks. Pope was ticketed for unsafe eqiupment. The report indicated there were no injpries. Deputy Wil¬ liam Mullen investigated the acci¬ dent. Hobo Dinner Date Set Mrs. Nancy Johnson, director of choirs at the First Congregational Church in Huntley, announced this week that the annual Hobo dinner will be held Saturday, Mar. 7th, at 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Chancel choir at the church dresses as hobos and in addition to the stew dinner, a floor show is presented by members of the group. Tickets may be purchased after noon on Sunday, Feb. 22nd, at the Ronald Jirik residence, 138 Wood¬ stock St., Huntiey. 111. District Basketball Torney HunOey will play in the second game of the Harvard District Basket¬ ball Tournament on Monday, Feb. 23. at ?:30. The Redskins will verse St. Edwards of Elgin. The winners of this game will play on Wednes¬ day, Feb. 25, at 7:30 against the winners of the first Monday night game. If HunUey should win both their first and second game, they will play for the championship on February 27th, at 7:30 p.m. Tournament officials stipulate that no artificial noiae makers, confetti, banners or streamers will be allow¬ ed throughout the tournament ser¬ ies. There are not reserved seats at the tournament. Admission price is $1 for students, $1.50 for adults. Advance student price is 75c. Notice The annual Blue & Gold banquet and awards night for the Huntley Cub Scouts Pack 167 will be held Thursday, Feb. 26th, at 7 p.m., at Trinity Lutheran Oiurch. Reserva¬ tions for this dinner should be made by February 16th. Notice On February 14, 1970, all water users who are 2 quarters behind will be shut off, according to village ard- inances. Cathy Thrun DAR Winner Cathy Ihrun has been named to receive, the DuA.Rv-.Ci'WtUjCili?*:!!' award at Huntley High School. MISs Thrun, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thrun of 22 Sunset Drive, Huntley, was selected for the honor by seniors and staff of that school. The senior girl is president of her class and co-editor of the yearbook, other honors for her are: Honor So¬ ciety, Illinois State Scholarship win¬ ner, eighth grade American Legion award, alternate to Girls State, FHA offic, vice president of the Junior Class and a mrmber of the select chorus for two years. Miss Thmn will continue her ed¬ ucation at Elgin Community College next year. At that school she will pursue well in major interest of vo¬ cal music, art and writing. The DAR award is given to pay pay tribute to youthful character and to call attention to those qual¬ ities which are desirable in good citizen. The selection Of the senior is upon the qualities of depend¬ ability, service, leadership and pat¬ riotism. Tho Huntley girl includes in her spare time activities, hobbies ia art and volunteCT work at Elgin State Hospital. Feb Village Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Village Board was held last Thursday, Feb. 5th, in the board¬ room of the village hall. President Brill, Trcstees Olhaber, Staab, Ack¬ man, Enstrom, O'Connor and Fitzi present. Attorney Caldwell and Pol¬ ice Chief Richard Nelson were also in attendance. No board members were absent. Following the preliminary reading of the minutes. Police Chi'^f Rich¬ ard Nelson requested that the vil¬ lage put up a sign near the rail¬ road tracks on Mill Street, request¬ ing that the tracks not be blocked. The chief said, "the trucks pull up where the door is at Dean's and never think how far the back end sticks out." The chief continued, "if the engineer .if one of the trains hadn't stopped, we would have had milk all over." It was reported by a Dean's employee that when the plant Is completed, other provisions will be provided for the trucks. The Union Special Machine Com¬ pany requested that "No Parking" signs be placed in front of their building between 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. A motion was made by Olhaber, seconded by O'Connor to approve this proposal. Tte TlQBffisbajKi^'iiiir eStllrWoWiy-iJasserf^hr^io parking request. The village board instructed the Huntley Farmside to publish the following notice: On February 14th, 1970, all water users who are 2/4 behind will be shut off according to the new ordinance. Attorney Caldwell presented the village with an amendment to the water ordinance (published in Jan¬ uary in the Huntley Farmside). The amendment is published elsewhere in the paper and changes the ord¬ inance as such: The minimum quar¬ terly rate shall be $9.10. In Section 5 of the Ordinance, it will be chang¬ ed to read: An additional name, Continued on page 2 15 Try County Tourney The 15th annual Tri-Co»»nty Grade School Basketball Tournament will be held at the Huntley High School gym on February 17, 18. 19. 20 and 21. Schools participating include St. Patricks of St. Charles; St. Mary's of Woodstock; St. Mary's .of Elgin; St. Joe's of Elgin; St. Laurence of Elgin; Huntley; Hampshire and St Pat's of McHenry. Each school will have a 5-6th grade team and a 7-8th grade team. Sixteen games will be played — eight in each division. Games on Tuesday will begin at 6. 7, 8 and 9 o'clock. All other nights, except Saturday, the games will begin at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. Games on the final night will begin at 6, 7 and 8 o'clock. Admission will be SOc for adults and 35c for students, except on the final night. Prices will be 75c for adults and the student price will i-emain the same. The tluntley Lion's Club sponsors this event every year and gives away eight trophies. AI&o awMtled this evening six conference trophies will be given to the top three ]4aces in each division. The Lion's Club has claimed this to be tii« bigsett tournament for grade aobooi in tbia state. , . ' ' : y' ¦ I' 1 his' tilMrtamwtr- wtif¦¦ prtw tliai^' there are very good i^yera com¬ ing up in the area. It is a pleasure to host this event for the neighbor¬ ing schols and welcome all guests from the area. Mr. Wilnjer Rohl¬ wing, president of the Lion's Club will award the trophies on Saturday night at 9:30 pjn. Reapportionment of McHenry Comnty The McHemy Coimtjr Board of Supervisors met Tuesday. Peb. 3. to discust tte Teafpombmaeal of McHenry County to comply, with tbe new one-man, oiie-wte law. This is a re-ai^ortloameBt ol tbe county in regard to the mnnber ot supervisors who m«y be ehctstf to represent tte cowi||r aoeordiag to the popolatioD of the fere*, whkh they are to be eleeled to repment. Suprevisor WUliam WiMI, Che- mung was the chafao^ «f ttie dis- cussioa and be caOcU npon vbrloas members to aseak. Same appfce fai favor of « tmtSi boenl and otters for a laifW boanL AcconHag to ttie Imr tbe board may be eitber oboqioaed ti fhre members or bs mmf aa 21. TUs dedsiea rest* wHb tbe ptwmtat Board of SupervisoM wbgi mar. ^ vote, deoMe epoto wU4 bdoMe ttey wish to tomm. llMe wet* pro aad em Uttmmt* tipm tt« dif¬ ferent Board ummktn, bo«b by those wfao weie'iiibi<»i<i| to spaak and tbe rest of tt» MMMd 16 tte rebuttal, wMck i*Nl*«. AMtotant flbpehriM^ Robert Ol¬ son, Nopda, asfced fmr a iftow ol hands as to how maqy warned a 20-or-over man board aad bow many wanted a 10-or-lea» man Notice The last day for registration for the primary election that will be held March 17th is Monday, Feb. 16th. Anyone wishing information about registration may coatact Mrs. Leo Dwyer at 669-5644. were lEdmiK Boss, aad WaHer Dean, both of McHeitry Towaddpi Tbe cost or the taxpaya^. of a small or a large Board was dis¬ cussed witt Supervisor WOttam Rickert, Algowiuin, speakbig fbr the larger Board. He stated that the smaller Board would cost tbe taxpayers mon money because it would mean tbat biStead of a sup¬ ervisor witt ft part-time job as oae of 28, it would be a man wfao would be one oi five repreSMtiag a fiftt of the county. This wooU be a fnll- time job aad mrtead of being a per diem pay, A woOkl be a regular Csnttoasi eo page atee REAPPORTIONMENT J Matern on YMCA Board Pletared are tbe new Board memben ot tte hakt. Region YMCA, wfao began tbeir (ems on Jaanaiy 29. 1970. They are. left to Htfit: wmiam Banwtt» Cryrtal Lake; James Mattern, Hantley; Morgan Cooper, Crys¬ tal Ldtet Loa . amlii, MOkam Wdtor. Lafce. Abseal weve Dr. laaase Ctawaal RaaMpb Coaey. James C. ZoeiU Is dbectsr of tte otgaalsaUoik Ciystal r. C.
|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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