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^e HUNTLEY ^a^frfe VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 50 THURSDAY, .MAKCH 15, iy7:i — PHONE — 669-5621 — If No Answer 459-0998 or 459-1456 frauk parisek PO" 192 HOirruEr. ill '?»»«>.%; 10 PAGES "BE SLRE irOU ARE RIGHT. THEN CM> AHEAD" — Darld Crockett U cMrta per c«m B4th Atnerican Legion Birthday On Saturday irijjht, March lOtJi; tlir> Huntley Amcric;ui Legion hold iis annual birthday dinner celebra¬ ting the 54th anniversary of the tounding' of tlie American Legion. A moment of silent prayer in mo- mciyy of Alice l^mz and table pray¬ er was offered by Rev. Robert Frank, pastor of the Oongregutaonal Church, Huntley. A delicious roast beef din¬ ner was served by the Celas of the First Congregational Chin-ch. Life time memhters, Leon Olhaber, Wil¬ liam Hubbe, Harry Weltzien, Pat Williams «»d Don Enstrom cut the binJiday cake. President Lois Ham- Conttnued on Page Two LEGION 54 BIRTHDAY School Seeks Youth Under Five The HunUey School Doslriot is stil! seeking ttie names of all chU- drcn under the agre of five who are living in School Distriot 158. Qffi- cjais aue hoping for a 100 per cent response to the up coming Pre-School Screening survey. Persons who have children living with them who are under the age of five, and who have rwt been con¬ tacted should call 669-5108 for fur¬ ther information. Ttuck - Train Accident At Mill On Friday, March 19th at 10:45 .i.m., a truck driven by Joseph J. ker>ch, 60, of 103 Crescent Road, Fox River Grove, HI., collided wifch a Chicago & Northwestern engine ¦and train driven by Walter Nummer. 46, at the Mill Street comer in Hunt¬ leyy. According to a Huntley police rejiort Rench stated that he did not see the train approaching. He con¬ tinued tbat he heard the train whistle an(^ nwde a sharp turn to lihe right The left front of his cab collided vdth tbe right front and side of the en¬ gine which was traveling in a south¬ easterly direction. He stated 'Chat he had his tractor in second gear as he had just stop¬ ped at the Dean's Milk plant, west Ol the tracks on Mill Street. He said that iJic side tractor windows were dirty due to muddy water being .splashed on them due to the rear Uaclor wheels. The Mill Street crossing has a sign rather than a gate or flashing licht, A railro.id sign ccsting $150.00 was knocked down dursng the ac¬ cident. No tickets were issued by the Huntley Police Dep.ortment. An estimated $350.00 damage was done to the 1970 International tractor owned by Dairy Transportation Inc., Iku-ringfton, IW. Ati e^^inwlcd $200.00 damage was done to the en^^ines. Crirl Scouts Celehrate at Banh Town Calendar Fi-iday. Mart* 16th Choirs - Congregational Chunch Saturday, March 17th St. Patrick's Day Windgate Home - Lutheran Church Senior Confirmation - Lutheran Sunday, March 18th Junior Pilgnim Feliowstiip - Con¬ gregational Church Monday, March 19tii Celas - Congregatioiial Chui-ch C^Jb Scouts Tuesday, March 20th P.T.A. Ucy Scouts Girl Scout-s Brownies Dartball • Cangrogaitionai Church Chess - CongregatioDaJ Church Huntley Helpers Bowling - Lutheran Church Wednesday, Harch 21st Cancel Choir - Congregational Chunch Midweek Reiigion - Lutheran Church Junior Confirmation - Lutheran Ghurdh Lenten - Lutheran Church Lenten - Congregaitaonal Churdh Tliursday, March 22nd Oonfirmation - Congreg-atiooal Chureh Choirs - Lutheran Church Menu of tfte Week Menu Week of March W-«3 Monday — Hot dog on bun, mus¬ tard, catsup, pickie relish, potato chips, park and beans, peanut but¬ ter and jelly sandwich, dessert, milk. Tuesday — Roast turkey and griB- vy, crartjerry sauce, ma^ed pota¬ toes, buttered peas, buttered bread, fruit, milk. Wednesday — Italaan spaghetti, lettuce and radish saiad, Russieui dressing, buttened bread, dessert, milk. Thursday — Turkey vegetable soup or tomato soup, crackers, ham or peanut butter aad jelly sandwich, mixed fruit, milk. Friday — Oven fried fish, mashed pototDes, «Je slaw, buttered bread, mixed fruit, milk. The Huntlev Girls Scouts served birtbdav caiue and ceffee to approxi¬ mately 100 people on Saturday, March lOtb in ttie State Bank of HoaHcr- We wish (o thaik the bank for letting us uae tbeir faejlitiea. We also wM* to acknowledge and thank the bank for makiqg a ioaatioa to the Hiitliy Girl Scouts. The Girl Scouts are celebrating 61 yeara of Sco«rfia( te ttie United States. Giri Scoot Week fa celebnaied from March llHi to March ITth. R Wicke Receives Scholarship Pobert Wicke, son c€ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wicke, of Hunt ey, 111., is lhe recipient of a Bradley Univer. sity special merit SKftoiarship for the current semeder in recognition of outstanding academic achievement. Those eligible to receive the sp?- cicl schfAarship awiard from Bradley include: Valedictorians cf high school graduating classes with 50 or more students; entering freshmen at Fnadley who wore graduated in the top 10% of their high schoo iclass or have combined scores of 1200 on scJvolastiic aptitude tests (SAT) or an American Coll.jge Testing (AtJT) composite o< 29 or more; or transfer Students from two-year ocdleges with at least 24 hours of transferable credit and a mininuim overall grade point or 3.0 on a perfect 4.0 scale. During fhe current semester there are 428 students who have been awatxled Bratfiey University special merit scholarships- S Kaisow Wha'e Who Student "Who's Wlr> Among Students in American Junior Colleges," a vol¬ ume published (umiEdly tc hooor oitt^tancUne junkn- coliege studecte, will indude 36 Mudents from El^n Community Coilege in its J973.edi¬ tion. The E.C.C. students were selected fiXMn nominations from tbe allege faculty on the basis of an overall "E"' grade point average, svphoonore standing at the coliege, contribufalon to the college and conununity, aod poiL-ntial for future participattoo ia the community. The volume lists a biographioel background for all atudents included. E.C.C. ties piajticipated in the gro- gram since 1968. The E.C.C. .9tudent trom Huotlejr is Susan KaiscMr. Ed WilliaMns Receives Award Pktured above Is Mr. Ed WUUanM, Rnral Route Mad Carrier tar Hrr^ ley, being presented a twelve year aafe drlvlBg award and certificate tnm Poshiiaster Richard Michelson. The certificate ia Isaaetl by the NattoMl Safety CockU la cooperation wWi tbe V3. Postal Senice. In order to receive the awaid, a postal driver moat have aot pi«- Tentable accidents chaived to hint for Ihe year. Mr. WWSmia has i«ceif«d ttiia award for Oie part twelve years. He drives aa averaie of 2$,0«fl «>(!-» asnnally.
|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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