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HUNTLEY '^om.a. ¦«-'-fr •- VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 19 THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1971 — PHONE — 669-5621 . If No Aaswer 4S9-0998 Home Phone 459-0995 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 Wntley. ill ^'i^:\^^ • PAGES BB SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett HUNTLEY'S FIRST 7 cents per coyi Athletic Boosters Organized On Monday. August 9, 1971 an rrpanization meeting was held at the Hun/tley Legion Club for the purpose of forming a club to give suppert lo all High School athletic programs. Those present were, How¬ ard Ruth, Ed Hartmann Ken Stris¬ sel, Dick Erath, lohn Conley, lim Weirich. Carol Weirich, James Schuhz and Art Wicke. Also inter¬ ested in forming the club but ab¬ sent from the meeting were. Gene Lindsey, Norma Lindsey, Norma Kaisow, Roger Cole and Norm Brettschneider. Mr. Ruth was unanimously elected as temporary chairman and con¬ ducted the firai part of the meet¬ ing, which was called to order at Continued on Page two ATHLETIC BOOSTERS ]oint Legion Instalation A joint in.stiillation was held on August 7th ajt the American Legion Hi'me. Commander Jim Manning opened the meeting with a prayer and the preamble, after the colors were advanced. President Mrs. John Mattinly (Arlene) presiding. She thanked h?r officers and chaitman for their loyalty. Her installing of¬ ficers were then presented, Mrs. J. Murphy (Elaine) of Aurora, install¬ ing assistant Mrs. R. lohnson of Aurora, installing Chaplain, Alto Schmieding, Plainfield. Mre. John Mattingly was installed as president for her second year. Lois Hammond Lst vice president, Mrs. Carl Jurs as secretary, Mrs. Robert Sdiultz as Chaplain and Mrs. Bob Eckman Continued on Page Two JOINT INSTALLATION August Village Board Meeting The Augu-^t meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Village Board wais held in tho Village hall on Thursday August 5th at 7:30 P.M. Trustees: Ackman, Zimmenpan, Olhaber, Cole, O'Connor, Enstrom; President Brill, and Clerk Enstrom were present. Attorney Caldwell was absent. A motion was made by Mr. Ol¬ haber, seconded by Mr. Enstrom, to approve the Treasurers report. A motion was made by Mr. Ack¬ man, seconded by Mr. Cole, to ap¬ prove the bills as read. The minutes of the previous meet ing wct« approved. Mr. Art Wicke was present and asked the Village Board if they were taking advantage of the tax refund allowed municipalities for the purchase of gasoline for munici¬ pal vehicles. Mr. Wicke was in¬ formed that ait theh present time the board is not getting such a re¬ bate. A committee was assigned to invertigatc this matter. The Village uses between 400 and 500 gallons of gas each month. Clerk Enstrom reports. Mr. Irv Wasserstrass wae pre¬ sent at Hie meeting with his future son-in-law to receive permission from the board to move a house into the village and set it on a lot at the northeast comer of Myrtle and Second Street. The house is to face on the proposed extension of Myrtle. The permlssioii was given. Tha house is to be moved from Crystal Lake near the Czectto Lodge, ac- oortiing to CJerk ErKtrom. The Clerk went on to say tfae house has two stories and is in good condit¬ ion. Conttnued on Pnge two VILLAGE BOARD Merchants in the downtown Hunt ley shopping area and on Rt 4 7cB* planning a sidewalk sale this Satur¬ day, August 14th. Most of the mer- chapts in Huntley are participating in some way in thLs first of its kind event. Many merchants cue giving caslh discounts on complete lines of stock. Others are seiling specfic items listed in ads throughout thi.s paper. The merchants hope to make side walk sale an annual event to get rid of those hard to sell items which have cluttered their shelves. The idea for the sale was con¬ ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Noland of the Village Store. Through their efforts a banner has- been placed across Main Street and signs adver¬ tising sidewalk sale arei displayed in the windows of some of the partic¬ ipating merchants. SATURDAY AUGUST 14th SID^IHUIll iffTAU ¦// J> NOTICE The enteire town wil have water tumed off on Saturday, August H, al 5:00 A.M. for approximately one-half hour for a water hook-up at the Shopping Center. School Brd News Park Bd News July 26, 1971 This being a continuation of the regular meeting of July 12, 1971, now being held in the High School Building on July 26, 1971, at 7:45 P.M. Continued on Page Two SCIIOOL BOARD The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Park District Board was held on Wednesday, July 28, 1971. Ttte meeting was called to order at 8:00 p.m. by President Parisek. Upon roll call those present were Corn- Continued on Page Two PARK BOARD 4-H King and Queen and Their Court Sandy and Jade leign. New 4-H King and Qneen gather with members of their court following last week's 4-H Day tribute to county 4-H members. From left: Bererir Albredit. Hnndcyt VanlU Sher¬ win. HarvanI; Jack Hansen, Woodstock, new King; Sandy Scott, Richmond, new Queen; Kathy Lath, Harvsrd; Mary Dros, Woodstock; and Lola Bocher, CrysUl Lake. Back: Steve Scfanlts, Crystal Lake; Wes Wittmus, Harvard; Judy Rich, Harvard, re* tiring 4H Queen; Kevin Sdinltx, McHcur, retirtaic 4-H King; Bran GerlotT, Woodstock; Kelvin SchaKs, McHenry; aud Dale Schulz, Marengo. (Don Peariey Photo).
|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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