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^e HUNTLEY '9f'^««8«rf« VOLUME 14 — NUMBER 10 THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 — PHONE — 669-5621 — If No Answer 459-0998 ur 459-14M FRANK PARISEK PO 192 nUriTLEY, ILL 10 PAGES "BE SLRE lOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 10 cenU per cop) Huntley Winners At Harvard Milk Day iHctuted above is I>m Enstrom, I^fg^)«| the vmamnfu ~ MayolV MlHking vard Milk Day Parade last Saturday .Tunt 2nd. Don cathe In fStanA in tfie contest bowing to Joe S'.anek, Mayor Ci' McHenry. President Enstrom stated thai'.. many fa-mers from Huntley said h? would have been first if he hadn't been milking a brown Swiss. School Board Meeting Special meeting of the Board of Education of School Dist. No. 158 was held in the high schocl buildiing on May 29, 1973 at 7:45 p.m. Sptcial meeting being called for the purpose of paint bids, carpet bids, doer bids, locker bids, burglar alarm system and cxMnmittee reports. Upon roll call the following .in- swered present ,Mr. Bond, Mr. Stad¬ ing. Mr. Brettschneider, Mr. Jirik, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Adams and Mr. Ziller. None a.kisent. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2nd by Mr. Adams to approve of a ft'/c increase across the t)otrd on V'-M teachers salary schedule. Mr. Adams. Mr. Bond, Mr. Stading and Mr. Jirik casting yea votes. Mr. Brettschneider, Mrs. Je»ies and Mr. Ziller casting nay votes. Motion carried 4 yeas and 3 nays. Al this stage of the meeting Mr. Jirik was excused. A motion made by Mr. Ziller and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to appoint Mr. Adams as President Pro-tem. Moticm carried 6 yeas and 0 rwys. A motiem made by Mr. ZiHer and 2rKl by Mr. Bond to approve of Glen Dclaney's painting bid for paintine the over hang, 11 doors, 2 garage doors, the red and white buildings on the athletic field feir the sum of $800.00, with the 9chool fumi^ing tho paint. Motioo carried 6 yeas and 0 n^iys. A motion made by Mr. Stading and 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider to purchase 50 lockers for tiie girls kKker room for a sum of $20.00 pei- locker, f^us 10 lockers for the Hall at the sum of $69.00 per lock¬ er, from the Coleman School Sup- SCHOOL BOARD Continued on Page Two Karen, dwnfiter of Mr. and Mn. >ay last Swiiniay, Jfine Karen was selected as Miss Con- gc»i«i',ty by tr-ue six other queen candieiates, Jan Bender of Harvard was selected qut?cn cif the festivi¬ ties, Karen will participate next Tues¬ day at the Huntilcy Lions Club meeting to represent Huntley in the Accident At Powder Park On Wednesday, May 30 Gary, 15 and Dana, 14, Eicfnhoitz, were involved in an accWent which put both boys in the hospital suffering with severe bums. According to Sheriffs repiort on Tuesday Gary had found a basket¬ ball diaped object. He had taken it home and his mother, Mrs. Jessie Johnson, 303 N. Church Street, had told him to di.spose of it. The following day fhe and his bro¬ ther Dana and another youth, James Chapman, 13, Apt. 7 Powder Psirk. were walking along the railroad tracks near Huntley. Dana deckled "to cut the ball open and to light the fireworks. There was an explosion and young Chapman who was walk- ins: ahead looked around to see Gary rolling down a hill into a pond and Dana lyine: there. He managed to exting:uish the flames and took the boys to the (home of Cary Siefort, 28, Apt. 1, Powder Park. Mr. Sie- fert took the boys to the Woodstock Hospital. Gary was taken to the W.^ukegan hospital. According to McHenry,; County Sheiifrs report, the baskett»all shap¬ ed object was a Japanese aerial shell which had teen taken fiwn the de¬ molishing pond where dud fireworks are soaked by the Melreise Park Fire works Display Co in Huntley. Gary is reported to have climbed the fence wihlch enclosed the establish¬ ment and t»ken tiie shell. The park is guarded by two dogs besides l)e- ing fenced ta. TTie Company said tliat two other sdmilar shells will be disposed of immediately. Mus McHenry Gctuity Contest. Lin- 4h TlK>n«fEMe& ia Oao' a eoutamit wo^wif'^ Huntley in the contest. Karen gradu¬ ated frcm Huntley Higli School thi* year. She plans to attend Elgin Com munity College for the next two years and then go on to Southern Illincls University and majo.- recre¬ ation. Off to Girls State The campus of MacMurray Col¬ lege, Jacksonville, Illinods, will again be headquEffters for the sessions of mini Girl State from June 11 tlo June 19, 1973. Each year, under the sponsor^ip of th Amrican Lgion Auxiliary al¬ most 600 Girls State "Citizens" are taught the practical application of Amerioanism on through government and good citizenship. Miss Marcie Ungs has been se¬ lected as a represenltative spoosor- ed by HunUey Unit 673. The girls will be trained in the various a.spects of conducting an election, development of a party platform and eaming the function of the governing Ixxly. They will serv ein the many official capaoitks cf local, county, and state govern¬ ment. Many well-known legistatots and officials wii) visit Illind Girls State and the Citizens have the oppoitun- ity to hear them and meet with Ihein. Miss Marcie Ungs was selected because e>f her ouHstaoding report record and her leadership abfiities. Afte rthe sessions she will report on her experiences a the unit meet¬ ing in September. Marcie is the youngest of the four daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ungs. She is a Jiuiior at the Hunt¬ ley High School where she is an accompanist for the chorus and beltings to the Color Guard. Marcie has been a membership chairman for three yeau^, an officer for two years and last year catnp delegate. She has served on Student Council and as a Ctass officer. Her alternate is Patsy Britton, one of the three daughters of Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Continued on Page Two GIRI.S STATE Lions Club Annual Chicken Bar-B-Que Father's Day, June 17th, the Hunt¬ ley Lkms Club will hold its Annual Cliicken Barbecue at the Huntley Firebam. This dinner is the organi- zati'n's prmiary money-making pro¬ ject and all members and their wives we lk diligenrlly to prepare the suc¬ culent meal. Dinner c:>nsists of barbecued chicken, home baked beans, potatoes, cole slaw, roll, butter and bever-j age. To compliment the chicken, wnicJh is [repared by the men of the club over open barbecue pits, is a special barbecue sauce, prepared from a family recipe of Henry Mar¬ lowe, owner of Marlowe's Feed & Hatchery in Huntley. Homemade pies, prepared by the ladies of the cluh, will alS3 be available. Solving time is from ll:0O a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Inside facilities, come "rain or shine." .Money raised by this non-profit e>r- ganizaticn will be uised to promote ycuth activities througlhout the area. ContlDued on Page Two LIONS CLUft Dramatic Company Comes to Huntley Attention Your. People: This summer scmething new has come to Huntley. It's net a building or a place to go but a project which each individual can become involved wiV!i in his own imique way. TIut "something" is the Dramatics Cam- p«iny For Christ - a noadenomlna- tional organization that hopes to provide sme fun and feltowstiij) as well as potting en the folk-rock mu- slcTil Tell It Like It U. The show is mostly music, ao wo need all sorts of vorces, plus people that can help with dancing, acting, lighting, sets, publtcilty, etc. The company met for the first time June 4. nnd response has tieen enthusias¬ tic. However, if you are of higJj .•x-hciol or college age and interested in being in tt>e performance or help¬ ing out, it's not t03 late to get in en the action. Jusrt call Bev Albrecht, 669-5925, or Mrs. Nancy Jchnson, 669-5174, fer details. Adults: We welcome ycuf support and coopera¬ tion. Lion*s Cluh Installation Fifty-eight members and thtir wives attended the Lions Cliib installation held at the Cloven Hoof in Maren¬ go on Saturday, June 2nd. TTwse who wert installed were as follows: President, Elm Thurow; 1st vice president, Mel Ewert; 2nd vice president. Norm Brettschntideit 3rd vice president, Del Bortiart; Lion Tamer, Phil Fi-eund; Tai>:wister, John Mattingly; secretary-treasurer, Chuck Lamb. Directors: W. BriR, Louis Van Acker, Eddie Hayes, Jim Manning. Installing Officer: Past Deputy Dis¬ trict Governor, Lion Richard Kirch- cff of Carpentensville. Recognized also Lion Ed Deicke, Life Member. New Members initiated: James Lenike and Harry Daugherty, spon¬ sored by Lion Eddie Hayes. Annual NFO Dance & Beef Party ¦.'^ The Fiftieth Annual NFO Dance was held last Saturday, June 2 et the Amerioan LegioD Home. In ad¬ dition to the dance, the NFO held a beef party and awarded a •^ beef to Suzann Emesd, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. CSiarles EmesU of Hunt¬ ley. A hmd quaiter went to Caismir Godnek of Al'den and a front quar¬ ter was ^ven to Harry Tinberg of Huntley. The N.F.O. wishes to thank all >*«ho made their dance a success.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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