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-TK" VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 49 THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1974 _ PHONE — I M9-5621 — If No Answer 459-099t 459-14M ••e ^QkmidQ *v i' ¦•''../f *T.' .>*•: -. ¦ FftilMK PARfSETK PO* Ita 12 PAGES ¦*«' "SE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN <;o AHEAP" -~ Dwrlf !• //o6o 5/ioa; Busy, Busy Busy, is the password on the Chancel Chcir ft>oni at the Firs.t Congregational Churdh. The choir members have turned hobo again for their llth Annual Hoho Show and Dinner to be held at the Ohurcl.'s Scioial Hall on March 9. They will be tcuiung rur Fifty Nifty United St'stes during ttieir show, under the directtion of Mrs, Rotiert Tirk. Mrs. Henry Marlowe wiU ac- ccmFany tbem on the piano and Mrs. Helmulh Tliorow will again be (in \and as <chief ecok cf tho delicious beef stew dinner which thoy will serve at two setting, 5:30 and 8:00. The high schocl-age members of the choir ate tuning up to sing "Oalift>m1a Drteamdn" and the older cionies cf tJi crew will join in for "Chicago" "Kentucky Babe," "Sweet Georgia Brown," "Do you know the way to San Jose"' and a number of Other tunes to please both young and old, BiU Leggee will render a vooal solo ajid Gerry Lange and Carl Hill will try to keep your eyes in t'-.cir hirda as thcy do their ren¬ dition cf the Hula. Dr. George Buehial will be with us again to irtake the ladies-swson and the men arious with bis vocal chotds. ^'7infrclri»r B^i^stamB f&t^klU0m^ ^><^- "¦^IfcCo Show are; O^l E^nti*; BWsn ^ Ervin, Nancy Grau, Marcia Hfirdy, ¦ Mary Lou Hardy, Carl mil, Shelby HiH, Dave Hill, Gerry Lange, Ran¬ dy Leggee, Bill Leggee, Kathy Lov¬ ins, Dean Marlowe, Marge Marlowe, Jim Morrow, Joihn Morrow, April Ostema. Ruth Ann Plane, Bobbi Sue Tessmer and Lind.a Weirich. The scats are reserved and there are stiil tickets available for the 5:30 show You; may call M'Eiry Lou Hardy, after 4:00 p.m., at 669-5522 lo obtain yuir ticket. Candelight Botvl March 25 EKduiday nisfat, March 23, 1974 bas been chosen as the date for tl'ie CandleUght Bowi ^potiscTed by the Huntley P.T.A. This year tbe event will be held at Masi's Bowl in Dandee with bowling to begin eit 9:00 p.m. The cost of the ticket is twelve dbllars per couple arid includes bowttng, prize* j^nd .a food buffet. A. Hnrttied n^pubM-, ¦oif tickets are avmlable %&¦ iroerve yours by call¬ ing 669-3218. 669-5856 cr 669-;'SS37. No School March 15th FrWay, MJasrh 15 has been sohe'd- uled as a Teacher Institute Day. There will be no school Ubait d3y. The Huntley teaching stmt wMl be using the day for curriciJIiim Im- pnovement. Wednesday, March 27 Hunitley schools will, be dismissed at 2:20 to allow teadiers to corntinue pur- riculum work. March School Calendar Mar, 5 - 8 - Class A Barfcetball Sectionals , Mar. ^' -- Solo En»»nt*p Stgte C^mtest r Mar, 12 — O-^ss A Supar Sec¬ tional Mar, 15 & 16 — Cl^ass A Baskfet- hall Finals Mar. 15 — Teacher Institute - No School Mar 19 — PTA Mar. 22 — Report Cards Mar. 23 — Grade School Athletic Banquet Mai\ 27 — Curriculum Day - Dismissal at 2:20 p.m. Mar. 30 — H, S. Athletic Banquel 7:30 - Ameiican Legion (Tentative) Girl Scou^ Week Proclaimed In photo from left to rigbt Regina Seiler, Mayor Enstrom, and Carol EnieatL Tlic week of March. 10-16 has beon designated as Girl Soout Week in Huntloy. Mayor Enstrom signed the procla¬ mation today in the presence of 5^ Giii Scouts frxxn Sybaquay Council at a ceremony in his office. Noting that the year 1974 marks the 62nd anndversaiy of tlie found¬ ing of Girl Soouts of the U.S.A,, the mayor launded Girl Scout effwts ever the years to "buiikl better re¬ lationships among persons of all ages, reli^ns, races, and natlooal- itics,'' and to "improve the quaiity of our eriviroimiont." He added, liowever, thafmucii of the credit for the aiiktklid re¬ cord set by Girl Scouts in our com¬ munity muat gb to the men and wo¬ men Volunteers, artd to the many , civic, religious, fraternal, educa¬ tional and professional orffandza- tion that provide Girl Scouts with • leadership, meeting places, spon.sior- ~~ ship for troops, and- fioiaiicdal ..addl" Mayor Ensttaxmi oalled on aH citi¬ zens of Huntley to "Jbin Scouting. -^- Be a Girl-Scout Leader. Continue to support this fine ongiaruzatien-whicii Ihas done so. much ibr our youth and for our community." ^ Attending^ the Ciri' Scout VVeek Proclaination ceremony were girls from troops 218 and 134 and 220 and leaders. .A, Greg and Dan Schaller Win Toro Dt. Roiiert Frank. Pastor ot the Ffrat CMgre«»tlaMl Ohurch ta ndktK^, aOMK^ Wt lie drm the wMlcr at the 19 Inch Toro Lawnmower at Hnatl^ whriir Itiplir last Saturday. Along with Pastor Frank axe Joe Cina, -holding the bo^ '^tH niil McShane of the flrm. In the Picture to the right Mr. McShane can be^«en aiwBrdlBg tke l«waaM««fi' ta 'tkat Bihaltii, annv "ti^d-IPil al'm0ma,0fftmil(-.. miitt^iSas.-'mt'^tm'm.. ..^„^ _ Stnet. Ia addltioa to f«p«Hig mawari, Ae'liil to serve att of HunOey's lawn and gardea NMii PTA March 19 The Huntley P.T.A. will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, March 19, 1974 at 8:00 in the sohool gy-!. The program for the ev&nir.p- "/)' he provided by the hi^ schoo^ mu¬ sic students. There will aLo b a discussion givingv-parer^.s tH° o'- pcrtunity to express thoi" o»>'-'i"n- as to the rights and rrsp->T,.'mbEiti'?s of the studente wjth'n tiait- school setting. Everyone is iirf -' ' Redskiii -» V i;; eatedr by Marian in Regionods By Doug Strickland The Redskins, in search "for a trip to C^hanipaiKn for tihe State Championship, faced the Maiian Central Hurricanes last Monday, Feb. 25, in the Marengo Regional. Ihe Redskins, who were rated to win this Regional, binvcid in the c pening rourd to Marian, 65-45. The opening quarter, saw the Red¬ skins fry their usual press on tho team from Woodsitock. The Hurri¬ canes broke through it quite oiften. The Hurricanes were takting long- r." ngo sh^ti. and hit ahaaat. .weiy- t.*-ing..The 'ftedskius' wer|»^^ to S opening' 'quarter points by a toiugh .Maclan .inner defense- Thp.Ae^kins found themselves trailing-", jj^ at the end^^pf the quarter. - ...' .. N. 'rJfe.^jljiskin offense ioi^rsiyed in the second quatter, but^fcte 'Hurri¬ cane offense did. as.well. Steve Ne¬ permann came through with 8 sec¬ ond quarter 4idiritS^ /a M^ was get¬ ting the offensive reiShaiids for Mar¬ ian and iiit ^foT'^ia sefttoniA' quarter points. The Redskins cna^iiA*. to within.' an* .point .W-the,.!*ittK*sane lead, but U».<f£Bi>id«: atw«B tiMk to take a 27-22'iia»titae::l««.«^-S.'i The third stanzS 8awi^(;ite<':Red- skins outscored by the H^MteaA^ 16-12. Stevct NepenaEoh flOdrirah'd quanter points to In IlJ ill iLi*<liir«l skin hopes. butr<kasrke>ed:U«fat9iten >Ji«ip&ka(L'4p bis fifefci^UL^Mmyaio R«l>»K.fN8 '••r-* i'M 2k: vntM'-. Continued -.«*f JMwk Page •^'.si r;s->.' ¦ *'• Huntley Police Report On Piiid-diy, March Ist, Richard H. Meadows was arrested for Bungkry rf Marlowe Heed and Hatdiery on Febytiary 18. Cowt date hsis been set for February 18. Craig Tracey was arrested on M-ach 1st for buglary of MdHenry FS in Huntley on Ootiobea- 31, 1973, Court date has been get for March Uth. Both Mr. Meadows and Mr. Tracy are out of jeal on $5,000 b6nd On March 3rd, Ronald Mclntosch "was arrested fw attemfited theft on Februaiy 25, 1974 and kit Bur- gtary of Maif^nve Peed and Hecbery on Februaiy ISfat and he Bunglary of McHeny FS in Huntley on Oct¬ ober 31. 1973, Oourt tbte tea been set for March 14, 1974. He is out of jeal on $6,000 bond. The above arrestB were made after many hours of through in- vertigatimi on the pert of ttie Hunt¬ ley police department by oMcers Donald McKecitang, Dantal Dziewior end Chief Wm. FiledL On Fiidby M«nch lat a radk) was tscien from a oar owned by Quin O'Brien. Finger prtobs were taken along «4th otber evidiance. Joint Village ^nd School Bd Meeting Don Eastrom and Mayor present at a recent meetias where boards coald woric together. The ViUage Boord of HinU^ and Scboi^ Boiaitl of District No. 58 met last week for the punpose exploring Ways in wliidh the two ds couM work togedier. I As %ms«ilt-bf- tlie meeting it was ecided that tbe boards should meet ^veral tkns during th year. It wtas ipeed- that ottier i^eooes "be invited to a joint meetiDg. sciiool Board President, Dob aller were the two iMMurds exchaaged Meas Village Board membera present were: Ronald Senoup, Heih Eggers, Nwman Zimmennan, Don Eostxtim, Riobeit Frank, RSchard Enrtpom. and Duke Mamin^. Representing DiHtrict N» 158 were Jim Bod, Dan Zflkr, Emeot Stading Jr., Oarolya Jones, and Le¬ Roy Marks.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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