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VOLUME 16 _ NUMBER~9^ THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1975 - PHONB — M»-5ti21 — U No Answer 45M9M or 459-1456 PRAIfK PARI9BK 8 PAGES 8KRT1NG TUB FEOPUT'OF HUNTLBT SINCB i|M I 1 I ill a al Redskin's Baseball & Track Teams ^ri"^ ^^'^"^ Miss Huntley to Be Chosen . .Again this year the Huntley Licms Club is i)easci to announce that it will sponsor Miss Huntley in the Miss McHenry Coimty contest . To be eirglble a cp.ndidate must be between the ages of 16-21, single and never married, and a resident of McHenry County for at least 6 months. No professional model |s eligible ..Any hiterested candid.itc y.bould contact Lion Chuck Ruth (669-5863) Lion Din /lller (669-5869). or Glen Delaney (Huntley High School) be¬ fore Ju'ie 5th. ...Miss Huulley will be selected from tie candidates at the next Lion meeting on June 10th School Board Police Report HFD Needs Men Men are neod.-'d for the Huntley Flre De>artmcnt to fill 3 positions. Those interested should te at the station on Monday, June 2nd at 7 p.m. fcB" a very short meeting'. Ad¬ ditional information and oppHcatkin forms may be obtained ftom Fire Chief PhU Freund, 669-5146. On June 8 the Huntley Fire Dept. will host the county Firemanship Tradning session of tte year. There will te a conifdement of fire apper- atus and approximately 150 firemen attending It is put on by tte Uni¬ versity of Illinois. TTiis being a oontirwied meetfaig of tte regular meetin gof May 12, 1975, of the Board of F.duoation of School Dist. 158, Huintley, Dlhiois, now bein?: held in the High School Building en May 19, 1975 at 7:30 p.m. Upon roll call the foTliwing an- sfwered fose.nt Mr. Ziller, Mr.. Brettschneider, Mr. RUth. Mr. Bond, Mrs. Simpson. Mrs. Jones and Mr. Stwling. Nore absent. Cawass of EJeotao nof May 17, 1975, of which a lepal canvass and motion will be on fUe in the scteol office sfid applied to the official minutes. A mo'tion made by T>Ir. Brett¬ schneider ane! 2iiid by Mrs. Sini|«oin to approve of the THie One Pro¬ gram for Ul; Eahcol y&a.- of 1975 and 76 as presented by Dan Kern. Motion i-ar;'icd 7 yeas ajid 0 nays. ,\ motion msde by Mrs. Simpson and 2nd by Mrs. Jonss to adjourn this meeting until May 23, 1975 ait 7:30, at which time it will be con¬ tinued. Motion oanied 7 yoK and 0 nays. May 23, 1975 Tbis being a cooiimued meeting of tte regular meeting of May 19, 1975, of the Board of Eckication of School Dist 158, Himtley, Dlinois, now being held in the FUgh Scfaool building on May 23, 1975 at 7:30 p.m. Upon roll caiB tte fqUowiog ao- Continiied on Page Two SCHOOL BOARD May 20, 1975, 11:30 p.m. Police respc«ded to tte call of a fiie near by tte Huntiey Hi^ School. It wws reported that person(s) unknown bad set tte hiales of hay used as an archery target on fire. Huntiey Fire¬ men arrived and extinguished tte fre. May 21, 1975, 3:27 a.m. Police on patrol foomri an open window to a local Imsiness. It appeared to have been neglect. Tte owner coold no* be contectcd tc come to tte scene therefore the building was watched through out the ni^t. May 21, 1975, 6:15 pm. Police received a call and per5an(s) un¬ known had broke a window to an area residence. Upon investigation it was repoirted that it appeared the window had been broken by a B.B. type pTojectiie. Poiioe are watching tlie area for possible of¬ fenders. May 22. 1975, 10:27 p.m. It was reported to Police that a cat had bit a person wiHiin the Village. Police responded and it was feftt ttet Ite cat had been in a fight earlier .-uid <Bd not fed like ptayinig with tte owner. So it didnt May 25, 1975, 2:29 pjn. Poiioe responded to tte assist oaU by Mies Hemy County Poiioe. It was report¬ ed that an acddeat ted ooenned on tte Marengo BiaaUbop. KvatSay Police stood by nnsl^ting witli traf¬ fic. CaaUataeSoa Page T»e POUCE REPOKf Civil Defense Siren Test Tte OvTt DeDaoae wanridg aimi wUI te tested o* Iwae 3«d at 10:30 a.m. Tl^s is tte Bteois atatewide te^t tbne for stiana and teeta cf tte ra^o wanunc reoetvets, tiie fiKrt Tucadaiy of eacb noafch. One of tte purposes of the slnen test is to fan:^li»ri2ie persons with the siren toue (a sbaa^ 3^ wtadte , waii) so tteit ttey will know wtet tte signel soueds UkA. j If Ite Civil Defense siren were' to te hoEB-d uiy otter time it. would mean to tak» tte appropriate cover! and tunc to ycur local radio statdonj Iior further instFOCtJOBs and ttej "eventual "all dear" since tte sirenj is not used for that purpose. Kemeinbor — oa Tu^day, Ju 13rd at 10:.^ ajn. tte CJ). testJ >'PK.as€ te net call tte Police of FireJ 'De.>aa-tmcinte to ask why the sirer is being bkAwi, ^Memorial Dajr liProgram I :•» • iSkioDer, I KUtedl Injured] lnAccidettt& rr^ ,afUx9i. in an aoto —** W9W**. Mas ^^2^:^. w, v«,5 w«s»ound «\^!*^^| , Sa ft east of -mn^mjii-^*^ ¦ Kishwautee bridge '^ j!*, • hit bv an auto driven tsy •bob* ^gt,^ was eafllteund on ^,^,^' ..orgo Rd. **^*« *!?!!!!L^, mph. He ^««ii*eeprw^«;|^jr' totter lane sadewrtpiflB "^^ jTi Iberg"* car aa* vaMnfit hatmaatoei : 10-15 ft on bridge. • Tte »eriff «poJft weal an say tftat Ite- waadkcr.'waa •« - neHtterearliad Ifctia SglOii *¦» Tinberg w^ taken to Sberman —.. . ' pital by «i» Hantlar RteaMi£««d.l Mm waa «ltad4cr drtvlag ia ttel ymOBS iaaaant anlUlHnaag Ma^iv-^ ear's Hoense with him. Dale a Veitaague, 20, of —.«. Dundee lost a leg as a result oi) Contlnaed on Page Twt ACC1DBMT8 _ Salutatortan 6? Valedictorif»i The Amerieat^. issued « «4f<ia(.4i!riMiM la reaii)MU i HuMMS HfMlNlA P«rtidlp««B i* liepiQllli mtt aa FMWay, IMKilbOinr Robaii aclw)ta>(lf 9|ife<t(» _i«L Tbg ti^MUftt te^ at Hi3a44fl»e' l.'fgH'n HoaMh- Tte parade ts. Vm troeaed fittn 1<p>,J>lriWI IfrUSi vdS iia.aa kasmsmtMa at Uaa caaidfiy IMkr^MM^ !(iltte:Iova««iRn,M|«S«r Hann of tte IVU^ ll. Recitation of "1^ leld." by Mary CkDotei^j r^Ir. wHaamLegyeie*f ' ^>eaker for tte dajbi' Jr. of Ctyslaa LaJi," Don EhstrooT or a irprmr.itsf^, will thea read a Proebunatfaif^ tte Bioenlenm£9» and HlB^ J^OD i.vS, tte Cbahisan, wSi adanwj a. ^~ brief remaitft aboot 0<NP«>W! COounanler KtJbeit'SStalti^ flf 1di^ AmericiBa legion Poat STT;. aSa Vrit Tteaioate, Mn. K^bflini aan, war preaent a flkfeoM «tf _ Co tte Hunttsy 'OBattuf dim, ipproprfate dsAtatiod" OBtVaHM; \ wreath to faonor tfte dBatt Vg |ml ilaced at flie A>ot e< tft»ft^««»1^' '^US. MBy "C^VSBiC* I've nvflHB|^ 9QH^ - lol band will play tte NMlMiir* \atlMm. Thla wffl te «beff timmaA )y tte customaiy gun salute by tte Contlnned oa Pas9 Two vfEMORIAL DAY Scott Lindaey, no ot Mr. and Man. Otme llaibay ot Hiaitley is tte SbbibrtoriuL of tte Ottaa of 1975. SooM's adtvWtoa locltide Sttk- dent CowicH, Gennan dob, NMiODar al mmr Sadetf JRMlbdl, BaAat- bd^ aad'Vaaabfltt.. Tte Valedktoriaa of tiM. QSts^ ot 1975 is Kurt Ba^tiaa. sm 'U^e son o€ Mr. and Mm Elmer. BMSmT. of Union, mbuis, Kurt tea^ (#iil^-. aotive in Latin Caub, Genpan CJ^tHk. National Honor Sodely «nd8(iMliBt CODOcfl.
|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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