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"^^ HUNTLEY ^o^'^e •^*^. \.<^' VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 48 THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1971 — PHONE — 669-5621 - If No Answer 459-0998 po 192 6 PAGES BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 centa per capf Legion Auxiliary Essay Contest Winners Mrs. John Mattingly. President; Barbara Sorenson, 1st Place Class H; Randy Grimes, 1st Place Class I; Michele BUsboraueh, 3rd Place Class I; Susan Schachtner, 2nd Place, Class I; Mrs. Robert Schultz, Americanism Chairman. If Freedom Fails" — The pos¬ sibility of Freedom Failing is in the sibility of Freedmo Failing is in the minds of many during these trying times in our nation's History. This was brought out by the great re¬ sponse from the students in the 7th and 8th grades in the Huntley Sch¬ ool when they wrote their entries for the American Essay contest sponsored by the Huntley American Legion Auxiliary. Our community can be proud that we have young citizens such as these Junior High Students who so freely express themselves as to what would happen if they should lose their freedoms. But ono would wonder what has happened to our high school stu¬ dents when only CNF. essay was en¬ tered from the grades 9 thru 12. Are they aware of what FREE¬ DOMS they have and what would happen if they lo.st them? Mrs. Robert Schultz, Americanism Chairman for tho Huntley Unit No. 67.1, American Legion Auxiliary, presented the winners with their cash awards at the regular Unit Continued on Page 2 FREEDOM Brownies Hold Annual Father- Dauj^hter Dinner On Thursday. February 2.5. the Huntley Brownies hosted their fath¬ ers at our annual Father-Daughter Dinner. The Brownies guests were Mr. Wilmer Rohlwing and Mr. Jack Brunschon, Huntley's Bny Scout In¬ stitutional Representative. We were honored by having our Junior and Cadet troop lenders and co-leaders present. Mrs. Dennis Foutch, leader of Cadet Troop 210 was our Mistress of Ceremonies. Also present were Mrs. Howard Redeker and Mrs. Wilmer Rohlwing, Troop 218. Mrs. William Martin, Troop 134. Mrs. Alfred Schuld and Mrs. Donald Tessmer, Troop 334. Mrs. Richard Shotliff and Mrs. Ed¬ ward Hoeske, Troop 59. Mrs. Don¬ ald DeBina and Mrs. Warren Han¬ sen, Troop 220. After dinner was served, Mr. Wilmer Rohlwing showed a Walt Disney film strip entitled, "The Bear Family". We wish to thank everyone who gave of their time to make our Father-Daughter Din¬ ner so successful. Hearty Response Is Given To Call For Help At School In a recent FARMSIDE article, Mr. Kern of the Huntley School Title I Program asked if there were 8 cr 10 parents Who would like to help out at the school. There was a very hearty response from the Huntley community with 15 people responding by coming to the intro¬ duction meeting or calling into the school. These wonderful people be¬ gan helping out at school this week. The following people responded in cne way or another; 'Rosemaryi Master, Mary Ellen Ervin, Carolyn Smith, Doris Drafall, Rita Schwei¬ ger, Barb Redeker, Judy Hansen, Shirley Clark, Nancy Grimes, Dora Van Acker. Marg Hughes, Teresa Goerlitz, Jeannie Eggebrecht, Mar- (rucrit Baumgaertner, and Bonnie Dwyer. A very hearty thanks to all. Pastor Mueller at Lutheran Church This Sunday Irinity Lutheran Church. Hunt¬ ley, will ho conducting tho second of its Contennial Vear observances Sunday, March 7. at the 8 and 10-.15 A.M. services. The Rev. lo Roy Mueller will bo the guest speaker. Rov. Mueller sorved Trinity con¬ gregation during the years 1956- 1965. It was under his guidance that a new church building was erected in 1958. Pastor Mueller is presently serving congregations in Odessa and Corrsll, Minnesota and Continued un page two PASTOlt MUELLER Scout Leaders Receive Awards On February 18th at the Blue and Gold Banquet Mr. Wayne Donahue was presented a certificate of merit for his work and contributions to the Boy Scouts of Huntley. Mr. Tom Swanson was pre.sented with a letter of recognition, signed by the committee members and Den Mothers, for his years of serv¬ ice and works as Cub Scout Master. Congratulations to both of these Scout minded men. Mrs. Dennis Foutch Committee Memeber Title I Get Addition To Budget Mr. Kern announced the receipt of approval of an amendment to the Huntley School Title 1 Pro¬ ject budget. The budget has amend¬ ed upwards $1,202.00 to pay toach¬ er salaries to allow continuation of the project from the middle of April to the end of the academic year.. Previou.sly approved budget amounts would have allowed the projet to operate only tu tho middle of April without additional funding. The additional funding was appro¬ ved by the Illinois Office of Public Instruction in Springfield, but is pro¬ vided by the Federal government through the ESEA Tital 1 Law. Beverly Albrecht Named Homemaker O.f Tomorrow Huntley's 1971 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Ssnior, Beverly Albrecht of 9204 Haligus Rd., Huniley, Illinois. Beverly is the daughter of Herman Albrecht. Se¬ lected for her performance in a written knowledge and attitude ex¬ amination administered to Senior GrIs on Dec. 1, 1970. Beverly has received a specially designed award from General Mills, Sponsor of the program. In addition, she is now elgible for state and national honors, including one of 102 college scholar¬ ships totaling $110,000.00. National first-place winner will receive a $5,000.00 educational Cominued on Page 'i HOMEMAKER AWARD No School March 12 students of Dist. 158 will not attend .school on Friday, March 12. 1 hat day will be the last of Four In.stitute Days this year. School Board To Meet Monday Night The regular meeting of the School Board of Dist. l.'iS will meet Mon¬ day, March 8, at 7;45. The Board will receive committee reports antJ approve the bills for payment. Old Business include the planning for meeting staff needs for next year. New business will include the consideration of dates for next years school year, and a renewal of the plan for the use of Emergency Days that are not used. Girl Scouts To Hold Annual Observance The Huntley Girl Scouts are hold¬ ing their Scnut-A-Round on Sunday, March 7th. which is Gi"l Scout Sun¬ day. Girl Scout Sunday will bo honored with Ihe g rls attending tho church of their choice wear'ng full dross uniform and sitting to- pcthor as a group during t'ie serv¬ ice. The families rf t'ie G'rl Scouts arc invited to attend t'ie Scou!-A- Rnind and wr wi h to extend this invitation to everyone in the com¬ munity. Thi- event will be held in the First C'ongr^eati-nil Church frcm 1:00 to 3:00. The Scout-\- Round marks the beginning of G rl Scout Week, and we want it to be a successful beginning so mark down March 7th on your calendar and don't forget to attend the Girl Scout-A-Round. Athletic Awards To Be Presented On Monday, March Ist. the stu¬ dents' of Huntley High School an Assembly for Athletic Awards. Mr. F.d Ream presented the following students with Letters — Tom Kai¬ sow. Dave Schmietndorf, Glen Borhart. Darwin Campbell, Len Bor¬ hart, Mike Zorica, Pat Donahue, Mark Ostrander, Phil Linsey, Rich¬ ard Master, Larry Delaney and Mprs. Curt Mitchell, Paul Mattingly & Mark Yurs. Mr. Glen Delaney presented Nu¬ merals to the following students, Mark Zorica, Greg Lindsey, Scott Harm, Grant Marks, Bill isenhart, Mike Schweiger, Steve VanAcker, Don Schiesher, Ter-ry Ball, Mike Stading, Ron Master, Ed Brandwein, Gary Moore, Randy Boley, Don Nerby. Miss Julie Peterson presented awards to the Cheerleaders: Varsity Cheerleaders: Sue Kai¬ sow, Gloria Koch, Teresa Wiesneth, Ann Michelsen, Sue Hening, and Fresh-Soph Cheerleaders: Karen Borhart. Cindy McCollum, Peggy Webb, Sally Strissel Sylvia Fruin, Kathy Jo Frohling, Indian Princess: Donna Kohley. Public Speaking Contest March 11 Section 6 — Is holding a Public Speaking Contest March II, 8 P.M. Here at Huntley. The Public Is Wel¬ come. There will be contestanta from the surrounding schools participat¬ ing in two types of Contest. 1. A prepared speech — where the student prepar3s a manuscript & he follow the contents of his n-.anuscript as he speakes. 2. The contestant draws a topic from the hat and is given 20 minates to prepare his speech. Monday, March Sth Last Day to Register Township Election Monday, March Sth 1971 is the last day to register before the Township Election, Tuesday April 6th. Voters may register anytime be¬ fore that date l>y calling 669-5644. Monday, March 8th is the first day to make application for absent voters ballot if voter expects to be out of the county on election day. Margaret E. Dwyer Town Clerk. First Meeting Of MotlieMhnigliter DiscusticMi Group March 11, will be the first meet¬ ing of the Junior High Mother- Daughter discussion group. The ses¬ sion will be from 7 - 8:30 PM in the High School Library. School social worker Mrs. Thom¬ as will discuss the need for com¬ munication with in the family. Mrs. Korwin, school nturse will ^scover the development (rf the adolescent. P.E. Teacher, Miss Julie Peterson and Home Ec. Teacher. Mrs. Mow¬ ers will discuss tile social aspect of adolescent growth. School Personnel stress that the questionnaires should be returned to school making in the fmal plans. 5 year Old Pulled From Marsh by Motorist Pictured above is the section of Marshy land where Keany MoUtm*, a|iD 5, wandered on bis way home from scbooi on Wednesday, January 24. MlM- tor got stuck in the marsh and was freed by a passtng motorist. Hie Huntley School Board has a policy against stadents takin( the Aort cut across the foothall fleld on their way to and from sdiooL The school officials have atated that stodents are to walk down Mahi Street or troaa Route 47 at Mill Street where crossing guards are provided. Th^ area parents to assist them in enfordng this negulatloa. In addition to tfae marshy ground next to the North Baaeball DfauwoBd, stodcnta wfao take this shoitcnt most also walk aloaf the shoMer of Rovte 47.
|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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