The Huntley Farmside
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^am^de VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 35 THURS., NOVEMBER 30, 1972 — PHONE — ««9-5621 — If No Answer 459-0998 or 4591456 FRANK PARISEK to i"92 ttUWTLEY, ILL 10 PAGES «BE SLRE YOU AKE RiOHT, THBN (SO AHEAD" -» David OroeUtt Pictured above are scenes at the final football pep nseinbly at Huntley school. The assembly was held to celebrUe HunHey's receivmg first place In LJttle Eight Conference. Membere of the team and -6w coaches were honored. Coach McDonald was presented a coffte taUe, which was made from a cut printed in the Hantley Farmside Newspaper prior to Huntley's final game. The page supported the team and contained the names of over 200 residents who supported the Redskins. Ilie cot wUcfa measured 16 x 23 was mounted uiider glass to Mr. McDonald by the team. The table was made by Mr. Gene Lindsey and Glenn Detaney <4 (he Huntley Boosters club. Following the assembly, the students were dismissed early. Emergency School Announcements Emergency school announcements for Huntley Consolidated Schooil Distnict No. 158 will be given to six ra<So stations. Local stations that will be used are: WIVS, 850 AM, Crystal Lake; WRMN. AM at 1410; and WJKL, FM at 94.3, Elgin. Chicago stations to be used are: WGN, 720 AM; WMAQ, 670 AM; and WIND, 560 AM. Vehicle Stickers Chief Ridhiard Nelson announced this week that vehirfle gtickers may bo obtained at the Huntley Village Hall. The stickers will be on sale now through February. On March 1, 1973, a penalty will be charged, and residents who do next have stickers on their cars will be penal¬ ized and subject to a tratfic c»t»- tion. Anyone wishing to reserve a ipcdfic sticker number ^ould oon¬ tact Chief Nelsc«i immedlBtely. School Calendar Dec. 1. Hiawatiia, Home, 6:30 PM. Dec. 4. Fresh-J. V. Basketball, Mai<engo, Home, 3:50 P.M. Oec 5. Grade Sohool BasketbaU, Hampshire, Home, 7 P.M. Dec. 8. Central, A^iay, 6.30 P.M. Dec. 9. Movie, Jr. Class. Dec. 11. Woonens P.E., Multi Puipose Rm., 7-8:30. Dec. 12. Grade Schocl Basket¬ hall. Wood.^.tcck, Away, 6:30 P.M. Dec. 13. Men's P.E., Grade sthoc-: gym, 8-10 P.M. Dec. 14. G.A.A. ChriaUnas Party, Multi Party Rm. De<J. 15. Mooschea.t, Home, 6^30 PM. Dec. 15. F:?'lure nitices to par¬ ents. Dec. 16. Hampshire, Home, 6:30 PM. Dec. 18. V.^^men's P.E., Muki Purpose Rm., 7-8:30 VM. T)rc. 18. Grade Scfhool basketboll, St Joes. Awty, 7 P.M. Dec. 19. Christmas Program. Dec. 20. Men's P.E., Grade .school gym, 8-10 P.M. Dec. 21. Insrtitute Day. No cchtol. Dec. 22 thru Jan. 2. Christmas Vaestioo. Dec. 26-29. Marengo Holiday loumament tWMH Wl. 10 ceats per copy ytl. Bell Telephone Increases Rates Ill'p<-is B«»M Telenhona today filed wtlh the Illinois Commerce Com¬ mission a sJccVve number of rrto changes which would increase an¬ nual ¦ revenues by $20.8 million. More than half of tfie increases would go for taxes. PresiieT^* Charles L. flrcwn em- rnasized that the changes are nc* "acmss the tward" increases. "No baiic residential or business nates arc involved," he said. "These in¬ creases will only bring our earnings up I- 'he minimuin level lhe Com¬ merce C%mmisrion found necesaary in its order of August 11, 1972. This order found that a return on the fair value of our properties of at 'least 7.33 per rent was fair and reasonable. However, by the Com- niv5'cn's detcrmtoaHon of fah- value we are eaming oidy 6.90 per cent. It is crucial that we maintain reliable telephcHie servioe in BUoois. To do this we nnnt h«ve adeqoate eiamini;!." The tariffs ac« filed to beoome effective December 22. Rate ad- i\t<^tmcr'.8 inclode sMSIUy xharee<( for lesMeuue extcustoas aid rest- deoce Touch-Tone parVsges, for¬ eign exchange (PX) lines, key tele¬ phone systems, business extensions, private branch exchange (PBX) equipment and temiinals, Centreot service, and adminisAraUve and dormitory service. "We've dug our heels in against inflation,'' Brown said. "But infla¬ tion has stin managed to eat up most of the revemie we gained from ptevious rate increases in 1970 and 1972. Skice September 30, 1969 — the base date (er onr 1970 increase — our m>ei'«Uu< ievetiu« and our openatiag fnitusts have both goae up elbout 32 per cent. InfiaUoo has cancelled out most of the effect of our general rate increases since 1953. "Our expenses coarlbue to soar in sidte Ot cxfaaaMMaary beK- Ughtening." Brown MM. "We^ve ke(A an iron head «a oo^tt. W^ increaaed piodaettviy, deferred eap- Ceuthwut aa BMk Fage ILL BELL i-icuii'ed aiM»>« are >oiuig pt^irte In Hnnuey wMldng oa the old bowUng atlciy, ahove Harry's Super-Valu. The buUdbig w«U leeentty IRO'- chased by Mr. Harry Purdom, owner of the grocery store. Mr. Pmdkan contacted the Drug Abuse Council and offered the upstairs aa a yooih comaHadty center, rent free. Although the center h under the guldaBoe of the Drag Abuse Council, "commoB ground," as tte yootfa have dabbed it It will he ¦aperviscd by tbe youngsters tJiemselves. Ct b the hope of Mr. Pwdom aad ttw Council to provide tiie youth of Hnaltley' a place of their own. The howins alk^ was vacated in 1966 when Bowl Hi Lanes was com¬ pleted. A faded calendar stlM re¬ mained on the wall, showing the nnonth and year that tiie last bell was rolled in team competition. The i^pstai"--- of the grocery remained as il was left in 1956, pins, balls and benches, a nesting place for pigeons and ocubwebs. When Mr. Purdom acquired the building a month ago, he contacted the Oouncil, and work commenced ahout two weeks ago, removing three of the alleys. Scraping the paml and clearing up debris. Work Vos organized and directed by the youth, under the guidance of aduKs. One alley and the ancient pin- setting machines will remain. The ccmmittee has had a pod table of¬ fered to them besides, end are work¬ ing to obtain a furnace and eitec- tricity lor "common ground." Other donated items have been obtained. It is tile hope of members of the committee that lhe youth of Hunt¬ ley will use the center much the same as a student union on a ool- k^ge campus. School Lunch Menu Monday—Hamburger on bai^ Buttered whole kernel com, Potaitae chips. Catsup — mustanl, DeasfPt, Milk. Tuesday — Fnied Chkken & gra¬ vy, Mashed poutoes, Bi:dftered green beans, Buttered bread, Phiit, Milk. Wednesday — Raiian spaghetti. Lettuce/radish salad, Russian dreas- ir.f. Buttered bread. Yellow oake with Choc. Frosting, Miik. Thursday —Chili &. crackers. Peanut buttw & jelly or Ham sandwiches, Carrot & celery sticks. Dessert, Milk. Friday — Orange Juice, Maca¬ roni A cheese, Buttered green beans, Buttered bread. Home made cookies, Milk. NOTICE The ammual Lions Club's Grade Scfaool Chrlsttnas Party will be hdd at the grade scbooi December 19. The American Legioa Auxiliary will have a pot luck dinner and Christmas party on Monday, Dec. 4th at the LeCkm Home, also e gift exchange at 6:30. Huntley Residents Support the Redskins During November the Himtky Shce Bbp wiU donate a dealer for every pair of rimes that is purchas¬ ed from their store retailing tor 18.95 or more. The ownen ot tfae store stated that all cuatomera wlw purchase a pair of shoes will have an opportunity to register for a free pair of shoes retailing for less then 120.00 A drawiiv wiU be h^ Dec¬ ember 1 to detemlae the wimms ai the ^locs. Remaining •»;« witt be counted and a check made ottf to the booaters ob^ fOr a ddlat per slips. The names al the donora wdl be printed in ttie^Dacember 7 editian of tbe Huntley Fannrida.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|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|