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^« HUNTLEY ^««irf« VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 7 THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971 — PHONE — M9-5«l . B Ne Aaawer 459-M9S Home Phone 459-0995 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL S PAGES 'BE SUBB YOU ABB BlCWr. IHEN GO AHEAD" — DaTid Crockett 7 centa per cofv May Township Board Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Town Board of Auditors ¦was held at the Towaship Garage on Thursday, May 13, 1971. Supervisor Ruth called the meedng to order at 8 p.m. The f<rflowing officers were present: Ruth, Keck, Schmuck, Schultz and Dwyer. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read. Mr. Schultz made a motion, seconded by Mr. Schmuck, to approve the minutes as read. Motion carried. The minutes of April 29th pub¬ lic hearing were read. Mr. Keck made a motion to approve the min¬ utes as read. Mr. Schmuck second¬ ed tiie motion. Motion carried. Mr. Ruth presented the Treas- surers report. Mr. Schmuck made a motion to approve the Treasurers report. Mr. Keck seconded the mot¬ ion. Motion carried. The bills from the Town, General Assistance and Road and Bridge funds were presented and approved by the Auditors. At the Annual meeting a com¬ plaint had been made about a resi¬ dents of the TojMisbip having a coil«:tioD of junk cars on his pro¬ perty. At that tiipe Mr. Ruth said he would look into Oie situation and report his findings at the May meet¬ ing of the Town Board of Auditors. Mr. Ruth reported that he went to the property in question but found no junk cars and could see nothing that violated the zoning laws for that particular area. Mr. Arthur Schuller told the board that a building permit had been is¬ sued to a resident of Westmore Gai> dens but that the building being Continued on Page two Township Proclamation WHEREAS, The American Leg¬ ion and The American Legion Aux¬ iliary have for many years engaged in the rendition of benevolent ser¬ vices to Disabled Veterans and their families tnd have taken an active part in charitable work within the community; and WHEREAS, The American Leg¬ ion and The American Legion Aux¬ iliary hold an Annual Poppy Day on which Poppies made by disabled Veterans in Illinois Hospitals are dispensed publicly for the purpose of raising funds with which to carry on thr>ir great work; and WHEREAS, Friday, May 21, 1971, has been selected as Pc^py Day for the year 1971. NOW THEREFORE, I, Wilpault Brill, President of the Village of Huntley, Illinois, do he-eby proclaim Friday, May 21, 1971 as Poppy Day. Of the Huntley 673 Post <rf THE AMERICAN LEGION, together wtth hs Awdiia«,~4M mpmt «H citizens to observe this day by wear ing a Poppy and making an appro¬ priate contribution for this worthy cause. Wilpault Brill, President. T Wiesneth wins County Scholarship Ten McHenry County high school seniors have been named as recip¬ ients of $150 sdiolarships awarded by the McHenry Co. Chapter of the March of Dimes. The winners were guests at a. meeting of Community Chairmen,,; the scholarship commit¬ tee, and cobnty officers of the March of Dimes. Ron Cardwell, Field Rep¬ resentative for the March of Dimes, spoke on genetic services and show¬ ed a treatment conter film. Mr. Robert Denny, scholarship chairman, announced that Teresa Wiesneth, daught^ of Mr, and Mrs. George A. Wieneth of 131 W. Main st, Huntley, a student of Huntley High School, was among the winners This is the third successive year that the local chapter of the March of Dimes has awarded scholarships to deserving students who plan on entering the medical field. Applica¬ tions were sent to all ten high schools in the county but applica¬ tions were received from only eight. At e recent board meeting, it was decideu to increase the allocation to $1500 due to the success of the teen¬ age program, especially their amiual benefit dance and in appreciaticMi of the many hours of time and talent doated by teenagers. Tlie McHenry County Teenage Program has been a leader In tfae atata of Illiaoia. "^m. This is our last chance to remind you of our upcoming show on Mon¬ day, May 24th. The show will be in the Grade school auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Two plays will be pre¬ sented, "Half Pint Windom Rides West" and "Whodunit?" Music Awards The Annual Music Awards Assem biy was held at the Huntley School on Friday May 14 at 8:00 P.M. The following awards were given: lUinois State Contest Awards — Percossion Ensemble, Division 1, Rick Master, Larry Delaney Sco¬ tt Harm, Gary Schultz and Mark Zorica; Trombone Solo, Division I, Tom Korwin; Alto Sax Solo, Division I, John Adams. The Arion Award — The Arion Award wiiich Is pre¬ sented to one tsudent for: Bet¬ ter than averagje scholastic stand ing, Coc^ration over and above normal duties, Oeneral Musician¬ ship, Music Performance, Attend¬ ant, Ambition, Diligence; went to Rick Master. Drum Majorette Award — Coatteaed oa Paie two MubIc Awardt A great deal of time and effort have gone into preparations for the show. We can show our apprecia¬ tion by attending the show and sup¬ porting our P.T.A. The work done by the P.T.A. with the funds reaised in this effort is of value to all the Last Day of Scfnwl June 2nd The 1970-71 School year for Hunt¬ ley Schools vwll be ^ortened. "Rie last day of school will be Jime 2. That day students will return for report cards. June 1, will be a work day for Teachers, therefore students will not be in attendance. Schools will be dismissed at 2:00 on Friday, May 28th. The school year can be shortened by using the unused emergency day. May 28th the grade schocl grad¬ uation w«U ber held at" 8:00 P.M. Baccalaureate services have iieen scheduled for Sunday, May 30th with graduation for High Sdxxd on Wed¬ nesday, June 2nd. Both exercises will have 8:00 P.M. aa ttie sturtinc time. children in Huntley School System. It is well worth your time to attend the show because you'll have an enjoyable evening and you can feel you've done your part to make this show a success. 8th Grade Dance Huge Success Once again, the Sth Grade Grad¬ uation Dance was a huge success. Music for the festivities was pro¬ vided by the Lennie John group whidi played a fine variety of music which found almost eveiyone was out on the dance floor. Mr. Don Hicks was in charge of dance decora¬ tions and really did an outstanding job, as tbe gym presoited an ap¬ pearance far superior to many high school proms. To demonstrate tbeir deep appreciation fbr ]hie efforts, the Sth grade class pq^sented Mr. Hicks with a beeutifpl hiscrlbed watch. The higW^t of the <eveoing was the crowning of llie Khv and Queen. King Scott Lindaey and Queen Qajrle Pictoaa wore very popular ¦eloetlaos.
|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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