The Huntley Farmside
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je% I 1973 ^ VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 40 THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 — PHONE — 6«9-5621 — If No Answer 459-0998 or 4S9145< FRI POj HUNTLEY. ILL 9^aftmsic(6 6 PAGES "BE SLRE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD' — David Crockett \% ceata ^r copj SAR and DAR Award Winners The Senior Qass and Faculty of Huntley High Schooi have chosen Cindy McOoOlum tor the Daughter of the Ameriom RevolutijMi award and Greg Lindsey for the Son of the American Revolution award. DeriendatftBitjy, service, leadorl- ship and patriotism were standards by which the pair were chosen. Miss McCollum is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCofllum. The D.A.R. winner has participated in Honor Society. Chorus, Band, Cheerieading, and G.A.A. Her vo¬ cational ge>al is nursing. Mr. Lindsey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lindsey. The S.A.R. winner has been active m Football, Baseball, Band and National Honor Society. He has also been a class officer each of his Hi^ Schotol years. He also has been active in Basketball. Petition Denied Three families petitnoned School District 300 Kane County to revise the sdiod boundary so that their children oould attend the distriot 58 schooQs, mainly the Huntley schools. Those who petitioned are Mr and Mrs. David Kosman, Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Serio and Mrs. Beverly Hartmann. They were rep¬ resented by attorney Wayne Han¬ sen of Elgin. They live on Powers Road where there is a 618 acre track of land up which the three homes are located. Some said that they thougirt (ihat they were in the Huntley district when they pur¬ chased their homes. The petitioners stated that their children are engaged in other youth activities in Huntley and that this school district is closer to their homes than the Kane Oounty schewls which are located in Hampshire. The Kane County School district denied the petition of the Huntley people. William Oaveny, Distnict Director sitating that it is a matter of principle and that there are other families who wish to disannex frorn District 300 and that this would set a bad precedent. He fur¬ ther stated lhat he did not wi^ District 300 to be ackied to or taken from piecemeal. Superintendent of District 158 Mr. LeRoy Marks sW«d that he had represented the Huntley Sdiools at the hearing Tuesday, Jan. 2 and tha/t he had answered all of the questlone of the County Board andi that he had expressed the willing¬ ness of the Board ol District 158 to accept the annexation. He fur- tiicT stated that the Huntley schooils wene able to take care of these additional students. Menu of the Week Thursday — Pork patties in tom¬ ato sauce, steamed buttered rice, candied sweet potatoes, buttered, bread, apple sauce, milk. Friday — Oven fried fish, tartar sauce, cabbage and carrot slaw, buttered bread, pineapple tidbits, milk. MMiday — Hamburger on bun, dill pickle, catsup, musitard, or pea¬ nut butter and jelly sandwiches, chocolate pudding, miUk. Tuesday — Scalloped potatoes and ham, buttered green t)eians, buttered bread, baked dessert and milk. Wednesday — Meat loaf and gra¬ vy, mashed potaitoes, vegetables, buttered bread, frrf.t jeHo wSth Rich's whip, and milk. 1 hursday — Italian spaghetti with me at sauce, lettuce and radish satad, RusTsian dressing, buttered Italian bread, fruit and milk. Friday — Tuna and noodle cas¬ serole, buttered green peas, but- tc^red bread, orange push-up or ice eieam and milk. Vehicle Stickers Now On Sale Chief Richard Nelson anne>unced this week that yepitie stickers may be obtained ait the Huntley VUlage Hall. The stickers vrikl be on sale now through February. On March 1, 1973, a penalty vrill be charged, and residents who do not have stickers on their cars wiM be penal¬ ized and subject to a trifle cita¬ tion. Anyone wishing to reserve a specific sticker number should oontact Chief Nelson immediately. Town Calendar of Coming Events Thursday, Jan. 4th Confirmatiom Class at Congrega¬ tional Church Village Board Meeting Deacons Meeting at Congregation¬ al Church Choirs at Lutlwran Church Fiiday, Jam 5th B.B. - Genoa Choirs - Congregational Churdh Saturday, Ian. 6th B.B. - Home Windgate Home - Lutheran Church Sr. COTrfiianation Class - Luther¬ an Church Sunday, Jan. 7th lumor P.F. - Congregaitional Church Walther League - Lutheran Church Mcnday, Jan. Sth lunien- Wemien - Congregational Church Legion Auxiliary Cub Scouts Foremen Meeting Grafton Giirts Mounted Cloverieafs Tuesday, Jan. 9rh Boy Scouts Brownies Girl Scouts lkms Oiub Chess - Congregational Church Dartball - Congregational Church Bowling - Lutheran Church Wednesday, Jtao. lOrth Chancel Che?ir - Congregational Church Mid-Week Religion - Lutheran Church Junior Confirmation Class - Luth- tran Church Thursday, Jan. llth Harvesters 4-H Confirmation Class - Congrega¬ tional Church Township meeting Choirs - Lutheran Church Record Crowd at Legion New Years Eve A reoord crowd attended the New Yesff Eve party at the Hunt^ ley American Legion Home last Sunday. The group enjoyed music by the Bob Moehling Oichegtra. The party lasted until Uie wee hours d the morning. A breakfast was served. The crowd was so tremen¬ dous that the kitclhen staff ran out of bread for the breakfast. The American Legkm wis.hes to thank all those who attended the party, and wishes everyone a true- ly Joyous New Year. Our Apologies - For the past two weeks we have hdd the newspaper a day in the hopes that the pictures of the sch¬ oot Christmas Concerts and other events would come back in time for publication. Usually pictures are returned within 24 hours. How¬ ever the shots we took in on Dec¬ ember 26th have yet to be returned Altho we realize that next week is a bit late to be publishing pictures of events which happened in the middle of December, we will pub¬ lish these Christmas events, that is, ol course, If tbe developer gets them baek to us. School Calendar Jon. 4 — G. S. St. Laurence - Home Jan. 5 — Genoa-Kingston - Away Jan. 6 — Richmond - Home Jan. 8 — Women's P.E. dasses Jan. 9 — G. S. Hampshire - Away Jan. 10 — Men's P.S. 8-10:00 p.m. Jan. 11 _ O. S. Woodetock - Home Jan. 12 — rtebron - Away Jan. 13 — Hiawatha - Away Jan 15 — Women's P.E. Jan. 16 —Air Force Test Jan 16 — G. S. St. Thomas - Home Jan. 17 — Sopfanmore'8 CUaa Ring Jan. 17 — Men's P.E. 8-10:00 p.m. Jan. 18 — G.A.A. Initiation - Mul¬ ti Purpose Jan. 18 — Lincoln College As¬ sembly Jan. 19 — Central - Home Jai. 19 — Report Cards Jan. 20 — Girl's CMiference Bowling Tournament Jan. 22 — G. S. St Pats - Away Jan. 22 — Women's P.E. Jan. 23-26 — Little 8 Tournament Jan. 24 — G. S. St Mary's - Away Jan. 27 — G.A.A. Winter Pfcwc Jan. 29 — JV - ¥&. ¦ Richmond Jan. 29 — Inservice Day - 8:30- 11:3C a.m. Jan. 31 — Men's P.E. 8-10:00 p.m School Bd Meeting The Jantiary School Board meet¬ ing will be held January 8th, at 7:45 P.M. The meeting is ."scheduled for the Board Room in the High School. "Identification Operation** Chief Richard Nelson of the Hunt ley Police Department announced today that the department has a tool to etch your drivers tioense number onto tools and other ap¬ pliances, etc. The project, known as "Identificatwn C^wnaticm," is nat¬ ion wide and was started in Denver Colorado. Every community in Mc¬ Henry County is participating in an elfort to identify potential stol¬ en items and reduce crime. Anyone wishing to use the etch- ii^ tool should contaot the Hunt¬ ley Polk:e Department 669-2341. Two Burglaries In Hantley Two (>urglaries occurred in Hunt¬ ley ovw the New Year's Week-end. Tbe first occured at the Terry Jones residence, 135 N. Vine St. According ti the HuniUey Poiioe Department, the bouse was entered and valuable papers and money were taken. The first happened at the Jeiry at the James Mattingly residence, 338 N. Church St. A large quantity of tapes, records, a tape recorder, several guns and other valuables weie taken, the poflice report. The police are working oa sever¬ al leads and have suspects in mind. Farm Bnrean - FFA Holiday Convention More thaa 200 Futor eFarmers of America repre¬ sentatives from high school chiqiters in 66 nUnola cottutlea attended the Fann BtBCaa-FFA HoUday Cen- ference December 27-29 in Decatur. RepreseotaUrea from McHenry County, from left, are: Bd Frank, Mar¬ engo; Gary Steadnum, Woodstock; Gary W«Mteer, Har¬ vard; and JohB KeaiM, Hantley.
|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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