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^^^ HUNTLEY ^««rf« VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 4 THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 -- PHONB — M9-5621 • n No Answw 459-0998 "¦ . . . . V t .J ... i\ 8 PAGES 'SB SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THD4 GO AHEAD^ — David Crockett 7 cents per can* Annual Athletic Banquet Lion VBe Presdent, Art Wicke, extends a welcome at the Lions Atblelic Dinner, April 11. Steve Goehl is shown accepting the Trophy presented to him by tfae Lions Club on behalf of the Community. Coach Ippoliti praised bis former player for his personal qualities as well as Us accomplishments. Stove Goehl, center is seated next to his Coach, Jerry Ippoliti. Arrest Made in Golf Course and School Burglaries Larry Lembkey, age 23, frcm 346 ¦Dean St., Wcxxistock, Illinois was arrested for theft over $150.00 om April 14th for items taken from Pinecrest Country Club last fall. McHenry County Sheriff's Police acting under a search warrant is¬ sued by the State's Attorneys of¬ fice searched Lemhke's residence and found items taken from the golf coulee as well as items stolen from the Himtley High Schocl. The search warrant was issued on in¬ formation given to the State's At- tomeyys office by Mr. Heih Jacksh, owner of the course. After the burglary Mr. Jackish issued a reward leading to the ar¬ rest and conviction of the burglary. He also hired a detective. Throu^ the work of the detective Mr. lack- isch gained the information and facts necessary to go to the Mc- H«mry Oiunty States AUomey. On April 19th Lembke was again arrested, this time for the burglary of the Huntley School earlier la.st year when tools and otiier items were taken. CAUGHT Continuf^d oo Page Two Bowl-Hi Broken Into Oiirf Richard' Nelson reports a burglary took place at Bowl-Hi Lanes, Rte. 47 and Algonquin Road, The offense took place between 6 pjn. April- 29, and 7:46 a.m. (m April 21. The burglars entered an air vent on the north side of the building that leads to basement boiler room, there removing boiler room door by pulling door from door frame. Nelson stated, "persons unknown then went to the ground floor where various machines were brok¬ en into an dcash contents removed and a certain amount Of clotiung token from the clothing dejiart- ment. Exit was by a rear door on the east end of tlie tmilding." Topi ICalsow was thp redptent of (be most valuaMe player Award from Coach Ream. The Basketbidl Team Members (hose Tom for the Award. School Beard Meets The regular meeting of the Board cf Education of School Dist. 158, was held in the High School Build¬ ing on April 17, 1972 at 7:45 p.m. Upon roll call the following an¬ swered present Mr. lirik, Mr. Bein, Mr. Adams, Mr. Michelsen, Mr. Brandwein and Mr. Stodii^. Miss Mackaben absent Canvass of election of April 8, 1972. 138 votes oast — Rontid Jirik, 63; Daniel Ziller, 114; Robert Kunde, 47; Alfred Jordi Jr., 1; Bea¬ trice Ream, I; Clarence Stroupe, 8; Howard Ruth, 3; Gene Lindsey, 2; Robert Frank, 2; Magnes Bundgard, 2; Dr. Gary Grau, 2; Bernard John- Son, 2; Edward Williams, I; Ronald Botterman. I; Vemon Dowan, 1; Phil Freund, 1; Betty Lamz. A motion made by Mr. Adsmis and 2nd by Mr. Brandwein to ap¬ prove of the canvass of electitm as listed. Motion carried 6 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Bein and 2nd by Mr. Adams to seat Ronaild SCHOOL BOARD Continued on Bock Page G Ackman Chosen for All-Star Team Elgin Oommutdrty Oollege Center Gene Ackman was chosen for the AH-Star team of tiie NJCAA Sec¬ tional Tournament held February 24-26 at Elgin. Tournament. The ACKMAN Coatinned on Bocfc Page Annual FFA Banquet President Bill Ruth prcsentfaiK James Schultz with Honorary Chapter Farmer Degree. President Bill Ruth with spr>aknr Alexander MrArtiiur. fnMent BUI Ruth presenting Harry Isenhart (he Honorary Chaprto Fanner Degree. The Hunitley FFA Banquet was held Friday, April 2Ist at the Con¬ gregational Oiurch in Huntiey. A crowd of 90 enj(>yed the Roast Beef Dinner prepared by the Wo¬ mens Society ar«l served by the Sth grade girls. The Main speaker was Alexan¬ der McArlhur, Chairman of the Race Track Commission of the State of Illinois. He gave a very interesting speech on Horse track racing, espe(aally as it was, and is now being conducted in Illinois. Presidemt, Bill Ruth, presented Hon¬ orary Chapter Degrees to James Schidtz and Hany Isenhart for help¬ ing the boys with their Ag plot wort. Bill also awarded Green Hand Degrees to Gary Botterman, John Drafall, Mike Hoffman, Tom Koh¬ ley, John Keams, and Tom Molitor. Mr. McPheron awarded the Chc^ ter Farmer Degree to the follow¬ ing James Hennig, Dean Landorf, Cnaig Miller, Mark Ostrander, Mike S<diweiger and Ron Hafferkamp. Open Houses Success The Open Houses at the Huntiey Medical Center and Pinecrest Golf Course were well attended, by resi¬ dents of Huntley and the surround¬ ing areas. At the Medical Center guests were treated to douglinuts and punch and coffee. They were given a conducted tour of Dr. Guevera's new facilities and the dental fa¬ cilities of Dr. O'Laughlin. The Golf Course open house w«s a sophisticated affair. Invitations had been sent by the owner of the dub to golf enthusiaste tiiroughoirt the Chicagoland area. The group was entertained by a four piece modem combo and treated to free (ham- pagne and hors d'ouvres. The new golf oourse aod modetm cocktail lounge with a paiw^amic view of the course will be the show piece of HunUey.
|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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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|