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^ HUNTLEY '9f«^'«8'rfe VOLUME 11 — NUMBER S THURSDAY, APRIL 2S. 1»7« — PHONK — •eS-S6Zl If Ne Anawer 8 PAGES 'VE SURE YOU ASK RIOBT, THEN GO AHEAD** — David Crockett 1 eeata per eap9 1970 Year Book Off To Publisher Catby Ttirun and Judy Drendel. co-editors of Aspirations, the 1970 Yearbooit for Huntley HiKh School, and Mr. MiUer. producUon sponsor of the Yearitoolc, are pictumd here as they uiail a shipment of 64 pages to the publisher. The Yearbooli is nearing its completion with oniy 32 pages left to be done. This year's Yearbook contains some unique fc-atures, prime among which are the following: a magic theatre, a miscellaneoas section of 18 pages, a page of dedication to Hanna Martin, a six page color spread, an extended Senior section, pWm '70 and graduation '70. The tOtat*AUiii9er of pages in Aspiratioas win be 144. With each Yearbook a specially prepared guide sheet for the "reader's enjoyment" will be distributed by the editors. The work on the Yearbook has occupied considerable time. The work involves the sorting and ar¬ ranging of approximately 1,500 pictures. There is a three step pro- ces in preparing each page of the 6 Week Honor Roll "A" Honor Roll (all As) — Bever¬ ly Albrccnt (junior); Glen Borhart (sophomore); C^ynthia McColhim (freshman). "B" Honor Roll (all B's or better — no Cs). Seniors ^— • Ci>arles Akerberg. Judy Drendal, Jean Finzel, Allison Poe, Cynthia Goehl, Linda Koch, Mary Jane Kruetzer and Cathy Thrun. Juniors — Gary Downen and Di¬ ane Ungs. Sophomores — Dennis Diedrick, George Ewai-t, Pamela Isenhart, Mi¬ chelle Lane, Philip Lindsey, Steven Nevel, Patricia Kuhn, Mary Schiesh¬ er and Robert Zirk. Freshmen — Karen Borhart, Stev¬ en Borhart, Nancy Kopsell, Greg Lindsey, Wendy Miller and Dennis Pfaff. Yearbook; 1.^ layout of the com¬ plete book in miniature, 2.) set de¬ signs on actual page sizes, 3.) and, final copy layout for shipment to the publisher. Each page of the Yearbook, then, has taken at least one hour to produce. Total cost for the Yearbook is esdmated to be $2,000. TWs figure represents ono of the largest ex¬ penditures made by any organization at Huntley High School. The Year¬ book staff must asume the respon¬ sibility of raising the $2,000. As it may be seen, a Yearbook involves much work and money. The Yearbook staff is proud of their accomplishment and hopes the community will be as pleased. Year¬ books will arrive in late" August at which time a Yearbook "signing party" is to b«; held. Little 8 Baseball Boys interested in playing Little League baseball this summer can sign up Saturday morning, April 25, from 8 to 12 c'dock at the Huntley American Legion Home. This will be the only date to sign¬ up. Little League is open to boys from 8 through 12 years of age. They must be 8 before August 1. 1970. Any boy who becomes 13 be¬ fore August 1, f970 is not eligible. 7 From Huntley Honored For this year's Honors Day Con¬ vocation at the University of Illi¬ nois the following seven students will be listed in the printed pro¬ gram: Faye Susan Marlowe, Mary F. Kerrick, Charles W". Ruth, John F. Barstian, Sandra Sue Kerrick, Frances L. Donahue and Alan Louis Borhart. The first Honors Day was ob¬ served in 1925 and the forty-sixth annual Convocation -will be held in the University Asembly Hall, Fri¬ day afternoon. May 1, at 1:30. On this occasion the University of Illinois ^ves public recognition to those full-time students who have been on the Semester Dean's List for all semesters they were en¬ rolled since last Convocation Day. Freshmen are considered if they are on the Dean's List of their college during the first semester enrolled. The students are receiving Hon¬ ors Day Recognition, 1970, and will have their names printed in the Honors Day Book and also this distinction will be recorded on their permanent University record. Interested people who cannot at¬ tend may appreciate knowing that University Radio Station 'WILL (580 kilocycles) wUl broadcast the program. Grafton Twp Annual Meeting The Annual Towa<!l!ip Meeting was held at the Township Garage, Tues¬ day, Apnl 14th at 8:00 p.m. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Leo Dwyer, Tovnship Clerk. The firat order of business was the electing of a moderator. Mrs. Dwyer called for nominations from the floor. Louis Schachtner nomin¬ ated Henry Marlowe. Emil Walker seconded the nomination. Mrs. Leona Nelson nominated Anthony Wujcik. Bernice Russell seconded the nomination. Howard Ruth mov¬ ed that the nominations be closed. Arthur Schuller seconded the mo¬ tion. The motion carried. On a hand vote, Mr. Marlowe re¬ ceived 32 votes, Anthony Wujcilc, 6. Mr^ Marlowe was sworn in as moderator by the cleric. The min¬ utes of the last annual meeting were read. Mr. Brunschon noted an error in the minutes In regard to the date of the annual meeting. Af¬ ter this correction, Mr. Roth moved that the minutes be accepted. Mr. Schachtner seconded the motion and the motion carried. The minutes of the special meet¬ ing held August 18, 1969 were read. Mr. Jerry Collins moved to accept them as read. Mr. Richard Collins seconded the motion and the motion carried. The Supervisors Appropriation & Budget Ordinance for tlie town was read. Mr. Wujcik aslced about tiie amount appropriated for FICA taxes. Mr. W. R. North, of W. R, North and Associates, Certified Pub¬ lic Accountants, explained why the amount was not excessive. Mr. Ruth called attention to the raising ot Mildred Ruth's salary at the last annual meeting to $20 per month. By error, it had not been changed from $180 per year to $240 in the budget. He made a motion to corect thiis item. Mr. Harold Keck seconded the motion aatd the mo¬ tion carried. Wiliam Russell made a motion to increase the assessors salary to $5000. Mrs. Nelson seconded the motion. Mr. Carlson asked if it was legal to raise the salary of the assessor during his term of office. Mr. Elliott, Township Attorney, said it was not. Mrs. Nelson withdrew her second to Ihe motion. Mr. Rus¬ sell withdrew liis motion. Mr. Bon- . cosky said extra woric had been added this year to his already heavy load, whicb would make extra driving as well. Mr. Ruth suggested that his travel expenses might be raised. Mrs. Nelson made a motion to raise the salary of Mrs. Brunschm, who is not an elected c^cial to $4000. Mr. Wujdk seconded the motion. A discusaios of some length followed. When brought to a vote, the moticm was defeated 28 to 4. Mr. Brunschon made a motion to increase Mr. Boncosky^ travel ex¬ penses to $1600. Mr. Carison seconded the motion. On a hand vote, 32 ayes and no nays. The motion carried. Earl Stoddard made a nwtion to have the board of auditors raise the salary of the assessor before the next election. Mr. Russdl seconded the motion and the mo¬ tion carried. Mr. Russell made a motion to amend the budget by an addition of $50 to pay for publishing copies of ANNUAL MEETING CoBtlnned on Page Two Local FFA Scores At Dairy Judging Six FFA members and their advimr Mr. Kwain attended the Sectioii Six Dairy Judging Contest held at Mooseheart last Saturday, April 18th, 1970. The team won second place. Kon Botterman, Ron TIaberg, Alan Rath, Glen Borhart and Steve VanAcker. Botterman placed 4th highest in¬ dividual while Tinberg scored 13th individual and Rath placed 20th. Steve Borhart highlighted honors for the Huntley team by placing 1st in individual showmanstup as a dairy holder. Members from tins team will join with other FFA members to go to the State contest on Saturday, May 2nd to judge Dair>-, fatstock and grain. Catching up on previous judging i-esults of March 21st, Steve Ebert and Ted Tinberg represented the chapter m judging dairy product. Dale Heine was the meat judging expert with a second division plac¬ ing just misuig a blue by a few NOTICE Don't forget the SAL Spaglietti Supper at the Legion Post Home on Saturday, April 25. Service starts at 5 P.M. Support the Little League in Huntley. Help these boys have a healthy and happy summer. points. Steve Borhart, Steve Van¬ Acker and Paul Shott judged poultry with results of that contest pending the May 2nd results. BandOffTo Contm School Bamh Compete In High School Contest The Huntley High School band and choruses competed in the Illi¬ nois State High School contest this past Saturday. hTe results were as follows: Girls' Chorus (superior); Mixed Chrous (excellent); Band (excel¬ lent). The efforu put forth by the high school students taking part in these organizations has been exceptional. Their directors are very proud of them as we are sure their parents are, also. William Leggee, Choral Director. Henry Wozniel, Band Director Hazard Demonstration at School With tbe cooperation of Jack Anderson, Huntley fire chief, and the men of the Elgin Fire Depart¬ ment, the 6th and 7th graders in Huntley elementary school saw a Fire PreventicHi Demonstration on Tuesday, Apr. 14. Deputy Fire Chief Wolfe, Lt. Bob Olson, and firefighter, Tom Wolfe, of the Elgin department, brought with them the "House of Hazards," a model home, to show how many ways fires can start in our homes. Actual small fires were started at different sites in the model to em¬ phasize how careltssness can be the source of many fires. Upon request. Deputy Chief Wolfe also gave a talk, illustrated with colored slides, to a group of sen¬ iors, showing the operation of the Elgin Fire Department. He urged interested young men to oontider the fire department as a career, and added that one town in California has a company of women fire¬ fighters.
|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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