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¦^" •BT-e HUNTLEY ^«*f«s'f'e VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 21 THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1971 — PHONE — 669-5621 • If No Answer 459-0998 Home Phone 459-0995 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 cents per copy D Heininer Studies to be Doctor David Hemmer, Huntley, is a medical student who is taking part in ar summer employment program at Memorial Hospital for McHenry County. One goal of tbe 10-wcek program Is to eucourage medical students to con¬ sider practicing in rural areas. (Don Peasiey Photo) Pralical experience in learning the medical profession while at the sanie time helping the public is in¬ volved in a program underway at Memorial Hosp.t;tl fir McHeniy County. One main goal is to en¬ courage medical studenls to con¬ sider practicing in rural area.s. David Hemmer, Huntley, a second yeai" mediail student at the Uni¬ versity of Illinois, is at the nospitid this summer for 10 weeks in a sum¬ mer employment program for med¬ ical students. "We are pleased to take part in this program to encourage and as¬ sist medical students." said Bert Hanson administrator at Memorial Hospital. Dr. Ray Pensinger is chairman of the committee which supervises this program al Memorial Hospital. Continued on Page two HEMMER _:flfc->jj*«.^v:<:i;r- Fire Chiefs Birtiiday at Water Figiits Pictured above is Huntley's Fire Chief Philip Freund with his wife Charlotte and their children at the annual Huntley water fights. Mr. Fi^und is holding a birthday cake presented to him by the Fire De¬ partment. The day also marked his 29tli birthday. HAB Adopts By Laivs HUNTLEY ATHLETIC BOOSTERS August 17th, 1971 The Huntley Athletic Boosters Club met on Tuesday evening Aug¬ ust 17th, 1971. The meeting wa-, called to order at 8:15 p.m. by President Dick Rrath. The President called for the reading of the min¬ utes of the previous meeting of Aug¬ ust 9th. There being no additions or corrections the minutes were ap¬ proved as read. The follewing new members were noted present. Phylis Brettschneider, Don McCollum and Beverly Hartmarui. The first crder of busini:«s was a ccmmittee report, given by lim Weirich, concerning rules & by-laws of other athletic clubs. As two of the three committee members were absent from the meeting the report was not a complete one however it was reported that the Elgin Club had no set rule for adi;pting by-law.s and just incorporated those stand¬ ards which fit their needs. After some discussion the following by¬ laws wer? adopted by our cluh, all mctions passing through a show rf hands vote. Mction by Jim Weirich, second by Art Wicke: Ihc club will give sup- r"rt to all school sporting activities from t'he nintli throtig'i twelffi grades: Moticn by Jim Weirich, second hy Norm Brettschneider: All mem¬ bers are asked to refrain from inter¬ fering wit ht^s administration or ccaching of events in a!l spirting activities. Motion by PhylLs Brettschneider, seccnd by Ed Hartmann: AU mem¬ bers are asked to display good spc-rtsmanship at all sporting events. Rather than trying to work blind¬ ly in comprising a complete set of by-laws, all members were aske<l to try and s<'cure copies of the by¬ laws from other schools booster clubs hy the next meeting n'ght. Next a lengthy discussion was held concei-ning the objective of tho club. It was decided to draw up a list of objective to present to all club members or prospective mem¬ bers. The following objective were suggested and approved. 1. To give incentive and en¬ couragement to boys coming into High School, to help them go out for sports. 2. To offer transportation to chil¬ dren not able to make it into school for practice or games. This list will be added to for the next few meetings lUitil the club feels it has listed all the main objective and clarified all its goals. Mr. Ruth then presented a sample of the seat cushions w'hich were be¬ ing considered as a money making project. After checking the enclosed literature and checking into the pri¬ ces, it was decided that this pro¬ ject would be too expensive for the club at the present time. It was sug¬ gested that we might try to sell de- cals or pins as a starting project. Mr. Erath is to try to secure a catalog from the school for order¬ ing this type of merdhandise. The next order of business was the selection of a regular meeting' night. A motion was made by Jim By Laws . . . Continued on Page Two Hontley Firemen Hold Water Figlits Huntley's fii-emen held their an¬ nual wr.ter fight tournament last Sunday, August 22nd. An addition to water fights between the various departments the wives of the fire¬ men and children in attendance also had their water fights. Unlike the dep;u-tmental fights the water is at hydrant pressure and a firemen was placed on the nozzle of each hose to reduce the possibility of in¬ juries. A trophy was awarded to the winning women's team which came from Woodstock. Winners of the tournament were Ist place Algon¬ quin, 2nd place CarpentersviHe, .Ird place Wo<xlstock City No. 1 and 4th place Crystal Lake. Huntley was nudged out by Woodstock City No. I in the second round of the tourna¬ ment. In addition to the water fights, firemen sold refreshments and pro¬ vided free beer for firemen in at¬ tendance. This year rides were not provided for the children. Huntley Marine Killed Marine Dennis Harding was killed in a head on collision off base at Quanico, Virginia Aug. 19. He was to be discharged very soon after serving 4 years at Vietnam. He was a triplet, his two sisters are Kathy DeBein of Elgin and Pauline Sher¬ man. His body will be at the James OC onnor Funeral Home on Mon¬ day evening. Rev. Fredrich Harms will officiate.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|