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THURSDAY, SEPT. 10 1970 VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 23 — PHONE — •69-5621 If Ne Answer 499.09W HUNTLEY ^<>^ SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGFl SCHOOL i HUWTLEY, ILL 10 PAGES *BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" DavU Crockett 7 rents per copy the Red Eight Copies Left Of 1970 Year Book 1970 year book, sponsor, William Miller reports that just eight capies of tho l')70 remain to be sold. A copy of the 1970 year book can be reserved by c;dling 669-5171. Highlights Of Huntley Villge Board Meeting Bob Lain is buying out l^n and EnVs tavern and \ve appeared at the Hunlley Village Board ^o^s^^^- proval for a liquor license fhui-sday. Sept ^. It was granted. Ed P.ske, president of the Huntley Park Board also appeared request¬ ing the village engineers to look info the exteas.on of H-ll fron, Route 47 to Lincoln. This is to ne ^Mr Herbert Jackish and Mr. Richard Zukowski were present to present an sewer line agreement with the Board. This was approved. Village Attorney Mike Caldwell was asked to find out about the purchasing of land for the pond at the disposal plant. Richard Zukowski presented an agreement with the Board per¬ mitting the View Sonics for Cable T.V. This was approved. The amended appropriation ordin¬ ance was approved and the tax levy of $100,935 also met with Board's approval. Red Cro»8 Office Busy With Calls The County Headquarters Cross Office in Woodstock is one continuous place of activity — day and nighl. When emergencies at home arise they call for immediate action to contact servicemen over¬ seas. This past month of August consisted of giving service to 35 active servicemen — 23 of this number were brand new cases. This is an example ol the mounting number of increasing calls. Most of them were stationed in Vietnam, Germany, Greenland, Alaska, Ha¬ waii, Japan and Turkey - besides United suites Bases or ships on the high seas. On death cases in families the average time of arrival in the States, from the time the Red Cross sends the request for emergency leave, is 24 hours. All messages are phoned from the local chapter direct to the National Red Cross I'erminal in Washington, D. C, and are then sent by radio direct to the foreign bcise. Domestic bases are reached by phone from bere. Several Vet¬ erans widows and minor children were assisted in filing pension claims with the Veterans Administration. this past month. All paper work and photostatic copies required arc taken care of by trained workers as the Red Cross is an authorized rep¬ resentative of the Veterans Admin¬ istration. Each day brings new and different problems to be acted on and Red Cross is there to assist — 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. Almost 2000 swimming certificates cates will have been furnished and issued in the county by the end of the summer season by Red Cross. Now. many First Aid Classes are starting. Any group interested in a class of Standard or Advanced First Aid may call the Woodstock Office and a trained Red Cross Instructor win be furnished. Huntley Lions Group Hear Guest Speaker Ne%v 4th Grade Teacher Chairman Charier Lamb. Speaker. Rosier Simpson and President, Elden Pfaff at LImis Club Dijuucr. Lions Club hear itf Occupational Program at their regular dinner mectine at the American Legion Hail, in Huntley on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Roger Simpson the teacher-co¬ ordinator for the Cooperative Educa¬ tion Program at tho Huntley High School gave a talk about the pro¬ gram. Mr. Simpsoji related that the vocational program is a co¬ operative arrangement between the school and the local employers who provide these students with actual work experiences during their junior and senior years in high school. The students receive occupa¬ tional skills and job intelligence in the correlated classi-oom instruc¬ tion, plus actual specialized skills and vocational knowledge through their on-the-job training in the local business community. These two experierwes are planned and supervised by the school and the employers. The program will enable the students to plan for their careers prior to their graduation. Additional experiences will be learned through Vocational Indus¬ trial Clubs of America (VICA). This youth club will provide effective laemings eituations as the students assume the major responsibilities for the planning and conducting cf their own activities. This organiza¬ tion is a means of helping students develop leadership and group mem¬ bership skills which prepares them for satisfying adult citizen-worker roles. This program is only one part of the total vocational program which is being developed in the Huntley Consolidated School system. Indus¬ trial Arts has been added to the high school and typing and arts and crafts have been added to the junior high curriculum. Agreement Reached For Busing Students Dist. 158 of Huntley has entered into an agreement with the special education Dis. of McHenry C'ounty for transiwrting .some of the kinder¬ garten students. A recent opinion isscud by the Office of State Superintendent of Instruction, Ray Page, stated that kindergarten children living I'/^ miles from school must have free trans¬ portation provided. The district entered into the agree¬ ment because of a bus driver short¬ age. The cost of returning kinder¬ garten children to their home from the morning session and picking up for the afternoon schedule was 23c- 25c per mile. The transpKjrtatiori lo tho a.m. session and return from the p.m. session wQl be by the dis¬ tricts regular buses. Senior Citizens Asked To Participate I Panel Discussions All retired people are urged tc take part in an important panel discussion at the Marengo High School on Mondpy, Sept. 21st. Reg¬ istration at 6:30 p.m. The Huntley Lions Club will fur¬ nish transportation. Huntley Com¬ mittee of the Lions Club are Alvin Pfaff, Herb Eggers and Norman Brettschneider. For further information call Mrs. Helen Marlowe, Chairman. 669-3144. Miss Carolyn L'-chrldwe !« the iirw 4th grade teacher at the Huntley Elementary Schoci. Miss ly^chriHjfe makes her permanent home in Springfield. She is presently living a West Dundee with several teache<^ from El^ln. Miss Locfaridge holds a B.A.. from Illinois State L'rlver''*y in Normal where sh? majored in elementary education. She corner from a very interesttaig family. Her fatlier worlu for the State of IIUiuM*. H« WM formerly a microbiologist with tbe health Hepartmfnt and if now wet^ni; tOt tiM Uirhway departmeat aa a ttt^tttm. nti- vanKir-ifi-'n vki^'r; as sveiiti' two sfeters. tms attractive young lady had a very interesting summer this year. Mfes Lockridge traveled to Tahvan. While (here, she lived with a Chinese family and taught conversational English to Chinese students. She enjoyed her experience tremendously. Miss Lochridge enjoys her new class very much and has in mind many interesting projects, Including a class newspaper. Legion Post Plans Steak Fry Sept. 13 The Huntley American Legion Post 673 will hold a Steak Fry at the Legion home Sunday Sept. 13, 1970. Service will start at 11 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m. There being a lot of steak eaters in these parts the post is hoping foi a large turn out. At the same time the Huntley Legion Auxiliary will offer hand made Vet¬ erans Craft for Sale. It is not too early to start shopping for Christ¬ mas, so look over their display. Hand Book Printed I For Huntley Students A Hand Book foi high school stu¬ dent has been compiled and printed by the combined efforts of Dean of Student. Glen Delaney and Guid¬ ance counselor, Stephen Polep. Each high school has had a Hand¬ book made available to him at the time he received his schedule of courses. Parent who would like a c<H)y can secure their copy by calling 669- 5171. Extra copies will be available at P.T.A. metings. Larry Smith, salesmian at the Hansford Chevrolet points to the new 1970 Vega 23M. Come one. Come ail to the first showing ot the newest thing in the Clievroiet line the Vega 2300. There will l>e refreshmeots and ivfzea galore when the plastic cover is lifted from the bright blue Yega in the Hansford show rooms on Route 47 in Hnntley. The dates are Thursday, Sept. 30, Friday, Sept 21 and Saturday, Sept. 22.
|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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