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^e HUNTLEY '5'a«frfe VOLUME U — NUMBER 5 THURSDAY MAY 6, 1971 — PHONB — M9-5«21 . It Na Answer 4S9-%9n Home Phona 459-«995 * PAGES New Village Board , FRAWK PARfSEK SO .192 . . • I WJ AHEArTiLi WW CtWtott 7 cents per copy Glen C<de Jr., Donald Enstrom, James O'Connor, WUpauU BrUI, (Presi¬ dent), Richard Enstrom (Clerk), Norman Zimmerman, Leonard Ackman, aad Leon Oldtotor. In Back: Marvhi Radloff (Buildhig Inspector), and Rfchaid Nelson (Chief of Police). EleCtUmReSuks •5*^'^^<'' Ceiendar "" The Pa^ Boar^ secretary aounoe^ tad lUie jdSget o^ d< in each pHdhct 1^ auiy «efi tte to«ala|gW>iMts«iM taier\ in connection with the election for Park Commissioner, held on Tues¬ day, April 29. Motion was made by Commis¬ sioner Ream, and seconded by Com¬ missioner Parisek, that the secre¬ tary open and read the retum. The secretary then opened and read the retum which showed the fol¬ lowing votes cast for the persons indicated: FIRST PRECINCT — For Com¬ missioner (six-year term): Edgar Ream 263, John M. Tures (263, Ed Piske I and Wayne Peterson 1. For Commissioner (two-year unexpired term); Harley H. Mackeben 227, Ed Piske I, Henry Garlieb 1, Roger Cole I, Leonard Ackman 1, Wayne Peterson I, Larry Smith 1, and Clyde Bakley 1. Total ballots cast in First Pre¬ cinct 285. Total ballots spoiled 12. Commissioner-Macketon then pre¬ sented the following resolution: The returns of the election held on the 20th day of April, 1971, hav- ELECTION RETURNS Contniued on Page Three May fi — BaaebajB — Hiawatha — ttorej 7 — Jr. Sr. Prom-Baoqaet — VUla OUvia May 8 — BasetoU —• Richmond — here May U-12-13 — BasebaU District Tournament May 13 — Jr. High Dance May 14 — Music Awards — 8:00 P.M. May 15 — Baseball — St. Ed's*— there — 1:00 P.M. May 20 — Baseball — Cetnral — there May 21 — Spring Show — Music Dept. May 22 — Baseball — Hampshire here May 25 - Baseball — Hebron — Away 4:00 P.M. May 27 — Baseball — Genoa-Kings¬ ton — there — 4:15 P.M. May 28 — Grade School Graduation — 8:00 P.M. May 30 — Baccalaureate — 8:00 P.M. May 31 — Memorial Day — No School June 2 — Graduation — High School — 8:00 P. M. VICA Dinner Mr. PhUlip Freund — Huntiey's New Fire Chief — Mr. Freund was appointed to position of Fire Chief May 1 — He fills the position for¬ merly held by Jack Anderson, who retired as Chief of Dcptir^- Mr. Anderson told tto position of Chief approximately 15 years. Mr. Freund is owner of Freund Equipment of Huntiey. Has had Intemationai Har¬ vester Dealership in 1955, tben he came to town. Mr. Freund is manied and Uves on 1160 8 Dean St, Huntiey, wiUi his wife and three ^ughters, Natalie 5%, Kiodierty 4%, «nd Oayna 6 m(»ths old. His fattor has been a volunteer fireman for 27 years in Barrington, Illinois. Story written bi Editorial Park Board News P Freund - New Huntley Fire Chief MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE HUNTLEY PARK DISTRICT T^e regular meeting of the Hutit¬ iey Park District Board was held on Wednesday, April 28, 1971 at 8:00 p.m. Upon roU call those pre¬ sent were Commissioners Deicke, Macketon. Parisek, Piske and Ream. Also in attendance was Attorney Cowiin and Mr. John Tures, a visi¬ tor. The President called for the readr ing of the minutes of tto pre^ous meettbg of 3-24-71, A motion was made by Mr. Deicke, seconded by Mr. Ream, to accept the minutes as iea4 Upon roU caU all Com- mfeslMiers voted aye and the mo¬ tion carried. The minutes dl the Canvas Meet¬ ing were then read and a motion made by Mr. Mackeben, seconded by Mr. Piske to approve them as read. Upon roU call all Commis¬ sioners voted aye and tto motion cPrricd. The Treasurers report was then presented. A motion was made by Mr. Parisek, seconded by Mr. Mack¬ eton to approve tto report as read. Upon roll call aU Commissioners voted aye and the report was filed for audit. The President then presented tto monthly bills for payment A mo¬ tion was made by Mr. Diecke, sec¬ onded by Mr. Ream, to pay aU Wlls as presented. Upon roll caU all Com¬ missioners voted aye and the bills were presented to the Secretary for payment. Attorney Cowiin then explained about title and deed for the road¬ way and noted that he hopes to tove it completed soon, so the new fencing can to installed. The following requests were tton presented to the toard for the use of the park. Bob Sshachtner — Class Reunion — 7-II-7I. Bob Kunde — Picnic — 7-11-71 At this time a certificate of insur¬ ance was presented, issued by W. W? Rice Co. to Tto Lutheran Base¬ ball League, which stowed that the insurance requirements of The Park Dist., for use of the baU diamond, had been met. The Secretary was instructed to place the certificate on file. Attorney Cowlint hen offered the board a purchase of the 1971 III. Revised Statutes. After some dis¬ cussion the board decided to wait until they have their own offices to take advantage of such information. A motion was then made by Mr. Mackeben, seconded by Mr. Parisek, to retain Mr. Wm. FroehUck of Lester Witte & C:o., as auditor for the coming year. Upon roll caU all Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. Next a motion was made by Mr. Deicke, seconded by Mr. Piske to have Bierman Imp. Co. fill in and seed the holes in the park and to landscape tto old roadways. Upon roU oaU all- Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. It was noted that the tractor should to greased and oiled, and decided that all Commissionera should look for po^tsiblt storage PARK BOARD ContBhicd oa Page Tia«e April Fools Show The Huntiey PTA presented its 4th annual AprU Fools Show on Saturday, May Ist, at the Humley school auditorium. Although the at¬ tendance was not what it has been in tto past, ttose who were there were treated to an evening worth rememtoring, and everyone went tome just a little out of breath from laughing so much. Because of the favorable reaction of those who saw the show we are planning to present another performance in the near future. Watch your Huntiey Farmside for notice of tto condng show and check tJiis paper for a preview of what's is store for you. There wUI also to posters placed throughout town (with more pre¬ view pictures). If you missed the show Saturday night make it a point to attend the next perform¬ ance . . . you won't be sorry! - • SCHOOL BOARD MEET Board of Education will meet at 7:45 on Monday, May lOUi for the Monthly MeeUng. On the Agenda are payment of bills. Committee reports. Insurance Bids, Approval of Teacher Contract, Plans for Summer work, and De¬ partment Budgets. JR-SR PROM The Junior-Senior Prom wiU to held at ViUa CHivia Country Club on Route 20 (east of Elgin), on May 7th. The prom wUI be held in tto Napoleon Room from 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., featuring "The Star Tones." Prom tickets wUl to sold at the door the night of tto prom, how¬ ever, banquet tickets must to pur¬ chased at tto high schotd (rffice by Friday, May 7. Tto prom banquet is open to aU alumni of Himdey .I;^igl\ Schoql and their guests. There wUl to no post-prom held •this year.
|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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