The Huntley Farmside
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HUNTLEY ^^-^^d, VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 17 THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 — PHONE — 669-5621 1 H No Answer 459-0998 or 459-0612 FRAN'?: PARISFK PO 192 HUriTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES SURE YOU ARE RIGBT. THEM GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 10 cents per copy Water Water Everywhere Brar«i Individual trophies were present¬ ed to each player on the team. Members of the Braves are: Troy Roesslein, Rusty Weltzien, Steve Parisek, Dan Baber, Jim Ervin, Paul Schultz, Kevm Steeie, John Jacobs, Dan Siegrisi, Lonnie Juer- gens, Jim Dhamer, Bill Martin, Da¬ vid Seaver, Quin O'Brien and Mick¬ ey Edmondson. Ihetr coaches are Frank Parisek and Jim Weirich. Pictured above i» Norm Zimmerman as be sets up one of the pumps used to remove the water which cover Route 47 in last weeks' storm. It was reported that 4 incher of rain fell in one and one half hours on Mon¬ day July 17. The water swepted faito many hoone and flooded yeards and basements. At least two families had to be evacuated from the Churdi Street Sundlvlsion on Monday. During the night Route 47 whidi waa covered with 21 inches of hater was closed between North Street and Fourth Street to all trattlc. The lower picture shows furniture whlkli waa nrined by the storm and faiadequate sewers in Huntley. Sidewalk Sale Day Little League Winners Of The City League Plans for Huntley's big August 19th Sidewalk Sale are beginning to take sin^x:. On that day, the town square will come aJive with booths, displays and merchandise offered at tremendous bargains. Farm madiinery will be exhibited by the various farm implement stores m Huntley. Terrific values in clothing for the whole family will be offered by Windy Weltzien who ho()es to clear out as much merchandise as possible before the closing of his 'dothdng store et Bowl-Hi Lanes. Harry Pumam will have bargain prices on many items in his Super Value Store. Butch Beelart will offer many stjries of shoes for the whole family *t spe¬ cial prices in the Huntley Shoe Box. Ben Hansford Ohevrolet will display and sell auto accessories. The Huntley Credit Union will have (CootiBoed on Page 2) SIDEWALS SALE Storm Causes Many Lakes In Basements Who is responsible if the heavy rains oause the storm sewers to prove inadequate to take care of tlie Mtia water-aad It ends up mak¬ ing lakes in resident's yards and floods their basements causing damage to their a;>pliances and family room furniture as well as their furnaces and itKlcor outdoor carpets. This was a question asked by Mrs. Cathy Campbell of Oxford Lane in Crystal Lake, who has, she said, 9% inches of rain water in her basement City manager Al Roth stated that the heavy rain was an act of God. To which Mrs. Campbell re¬ sponded that this may be true, but that the inability of the sewer sys¬ tem to take care erf it is too folly Continued on Page 2 STORM SEWERS Late Sonclay tO^ vandab toor one raitfiiff off of the hwmlrtMtd la the hi the Village Square Paifc. The used the raiHng and bricks the Ut the historic fire beU whicfa was recently placed in tfae park. AppareHtiy so one beard tfae ralltag being tour aff tfae baadstaad of the bH(fa« e« the fireliell as bo report 'wias maid to Hmrtley police. The damage te (he ben and bandstaad can lie repaired. Vandals Strick Historical Objeds Beauties from McHenry County vie t9r the Mias McHenry County title, climaxing with tfae pageant at the McHenry County Fair August 2nd. From Mt, front: Pamela Anthony, Miss Union; Becky Pobon, Miss Mar¬ engo; Ann Michelaea, Miss Huntley; Debbie Rodstrom, Miss Fox River Grove; Kathy Kronke, Mias Wonder Lake. Back row: Ba«bara lUch, Miss Harvard; Paula Wright, Miss Lake-In-llie-HlIIs; Marcelee Mertens^ Miss Barrington HUls; Julie Tretow, Miss Hebron; Nancy Stetter, Miss MtiHenry; Vicki Feller, Miss Crystal Lake; Juanita Leama, Misa WoodModq and Karen Borre, Misa Richmond. (Don Feariey Photo).
|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|