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^e HUNTLEY '3^"«i'<e VOLUME U — NUMBER 37 THURS., DECEMBER 17, 1970 — PHONE — 669-S621 - If No Answer 459-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH HUNTLEY. ILL SCHOOL 6 PAdES *»E SURE VOU ARE RIRHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crocliatt 7 cents per cop) Grade School Christmas Program Last Wednesday, December 16 the Huntley Grade School An¬ nual Christmas Prosram wus siven beKinninK at 8:00 P.M. County, Grafton Con Con Results The following are tiie figures for McHenry County, Grafton 4 and Grafton 1 Townships in the Con Con Election Dec. 15. Total Votes Cast 20,474—Total No. Spoiled 192. Do you approve the proposed 19''0 Constitution? Grafton 4, Yes 56. No 55; Grafton 1, Yes 120, No 1007. County Yes 11,741, No 8,460. Which of the following provisions shall the Legislative article of the proposed 1970 Constitution contain concerning the election of Represent¬ atives to the general assembly? One Only. lA. Election of the 177 members of the House of Representatives from multi-meber districts by cumulative voting. Grafton 4, 43; Grafton I, 109; County 8688. IB. Election of the 177 members of the House cf Representatives from single member districts. Grafton 4, 59; Grafton 1, 107; County 10,284. Which of the following provisions shall the judicial article of tiie pro¬ posed 1970 constitution contain con¬ cerning the selection of Supreme, Appellate and Circuit Court judg^? 2A. The election by the voters of Judges nominated in primary elec¬ tions or by peiition. Grafton 4, 54: Grafton 1, 126, County 8,471. 2B. The appointment of Judges by the Governor liom nominees sub¬ mitted by Judicial Nominating Com¬ missions. Grafton 4, 53; Grafton I, 93; County 11,036. Shall the 1970 Constitution contain provisions: Abolishing iht death penalty? Re¬ tained. Yes, Grafton 4, 27; Grafton 1, 56;.County 6,259; No, Grafton 4, 80; Grafton i, 93; County 13,460. Lowering the voting age to 18; Defeated in State. Yes, Grafton 4, 33; Grafton 1, 72; County 7,855; No, Grafton 4, 74; Grafton I, 152; County, 11,983. Huntley Village Board A major step in improving Huntley took place at the Decem¬ ber Village Board meeting when unanim&u., approval was given to an ordinance authorizing purchase of the land adjacent to the sewer •() aiu. Ihis lar.d will be used for a p.. i g pond to comply with state i \; I 1 cf or business transacted, ; ca ed bids for a njw squad car ..Cic cf>cned and were as follows: ^cn Hinsford Chevrolet, $3,903.70 less trade cf f.l,;:53.70 for a totil o. .12,650.00; Bill Boldger Ford, $2,479.33 with trade, lease proposal from Boldger for $139.29 per mon¬ th on an 18 month lease, the city to p:^y all insurance, etc; Benoy Dodge, no bid received. The Board refercd the above bids to Chief of Police Richard Nelson for lecomen dations. It was recomended and approved by the Board that the past due .. . ..us be .e.oiTCU to the City 1.1 .iiiu e discussion on the new w^ier n.wL-r ic was reported by President Brill that a leak was icu.m 111 the towi r wliich must be .epaircd prior t.. making the new woil a. d lowe.- ope.ational. Repairs we.o scheouicd tor completion on /riui-y „. last week v»ith the new wale. .yw»!r being fully operatioliaii eie &»y-ii!tcr lhe-1«t»Bift " —^^^'^ completed. L/hief Nelson reminds all Hunt¬ ley residents that tne 1971 vehicle _cicke.s arc now available at the village Hall, and should be pur¬ chased by all residents oi iiunuey. Meeting- was adjoiirned at ap- pioximately 9 o'clock. Legion Auxiliary Christmas Party Huxttley Royals Scores Told On December 8, the Huntley Roy¬ als split a two ballgame event with St. Lawrence of Elgin. The fiftti and sixth grade boys won 36-27, while the seventh and eighth girders fell by 1 point, 55-54. The fifth and sixtti grade team prevailed primarily because of a truly well-balanced attack. Devery Strissel hit for 15 points, Jerry Nepermann for 10, Mitch Parisek for 6, and Tim Ream for 5. Coach Jack McDonald's boys fought St. Lawrence on even terms all the way but finally bowed by a point. A key factor was that Huntley's high scorer, Bill Koch, fouled out early in the fourth quarter. Koch still finished with 30 points. Huntley Royals Boxscore (5th 8t 6tb) PF FT FG TP Napenmann 0 2 4 10 Parisek 0 0 3 6 Strissel 2 3 6 IS Ream 112 5 Borhart C 4 0 0 0 Huntley Royals Boxscore (7tli & 8th Grade) PF FT FG TP Koch ^ 6 12 30 Lindsey 10 2 4 N^iermann 4 0 3 6 Brettschneider 0 6 0 0 Drafall 3 2 4 10 Grimes 10 2 4 Th" Amorioan T pgion Auxiliary Christmas party and t-ift exchange was held at the Post Home on Mon¬ day, December 7th. A Pot luck din- r-r was served at 7 P.M. Home w.ns brautifu'ly decoratsd in th"" th^mo of Christmas lighted Christmas tree, •abl"«: in whit" rl;>ths and favors, lighted Mndles. Punch was served before th:; dinner and Quin O'Brien t' ok pictures. After a delicious din¬ ner Christmas cards were sung with Mrs. Arnold Chssak at the p ano. Meeting followed President Mrs. Jcj^n Mattingly presiding. Regular credit £r<«n Elgin for clothing sent to the Veterans for $439.65. Juniors had made 95 favors for the veterans which were given to them on Satur¬ day. Mesdames Arnold Chesflk and Mazie Blott assisted in helping the veteran pick gifts for their tamilies which were wrapped and mailed by auxiliary members also the writing and mailing of Christmas tards. Group Voted $10.00 to ChafJains Memorial, $6.00 more to Wilson Cottage at Normal, $5.00 to Normal to help with the porch furniture at Wilson Cottage which McHcni'y County Auxiliary sponsors. $10.00 for the sponsorship of the Indian rhild^-n $15.00 spending for the boys at Wilson Cottag->, $3.00 to f e Department Pr'^sidcnts special project, $25.00 Auxiliary Emergency Fund. $5.00 Americanism, $5.00 Na- ti nal Security Auxiliary will pur- chpse dclls and the Junior Group will drr-ss them for the Foreign Re¬ lations program. Juniors w 11 hold ih?ir Christmas party and gift ex¬ change on Sunday, December 20th at the Post Home. They Will meet at 4 P.M. and supper will be served at 5 P.M. Parenta and membera are urged taa^mfl. The Past Pisa- Bay, becembier 28th at the home of Mrs. ArBoW Chcsak. This will be a PoUuck at 6:30. Meeting closed with the prayer for peace. McHenry County Council met al! Crystal Laksk on Friday, December 4th at the Post Home. Mis. Roy Homo Coimty President presided. Colors advanced, Prayer, Singing of cur National Anthem, Pledge, and Preamble said in Unison. Group voted $10.00 Auxiliary Loan Fund, $5.00 Americanism. No meeting in January, on Feb¬ ruary 5th meeting will be held at Fox River Grove. Department Presi¬ dent will be a guest. -^ Swearing In of Candidates New Treaanrer of McHeaiy Connty, Audrey Walgenbacfa, i«-«ieeted McHenry Coonty Ctoffc Veraoa Kays, and Sherlif Ait Tnt«a HMy be feen aa they sat In lodce WUlian CaiTolls court room beAne befaig gwon Into office. Tyn«Il U a mm nenber to poUttca «¦< te the Sheriffa ofOce. Walgeoback haa been Treaflorer befMa •¦< Kajrtf was re-elected to fill hla poat WE BEG YOUR INDULGENCE We are sorry Uiat this newspaper had to be late, bat yoor editor haa spent the last 84 hours at tite bedside of his fatter fai tke lotenalTC care section of the Memorial Hoapttal for McHeary Coanty.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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