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^« HUNTLEY ^««rf« VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1972 — PHONE — 669-5621 1 If No Answer 459-0998 or 459-0612 3ucation Talhs ms SUKE vou ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 10 ceats per cop) Pictured above (I oU '- ' Jackie Paydon, and Card I a? with the two rcpresentativs '' Company, followin" tbeir talk. Mrs. .laclde Paydon and Mrs. Peggy Jonos from the Illinois Boll Telephone Company visited with the Cooperative Education cla.ss from the Huntley Hgh Scbooi this past week. The reason for fhcir visit was to communicate information about thdi company tfitf to e*pJain the use of business phone to the stu¬ dents. Jackie Paydon demonstrated how to talk on the phone and how to operate a business phone having more tli'an one line and bow to use tbe hold button. The students were able to make praotice calk on equipment that the phone com- panv loft in the classroom for one week. This equipment called a Tele- trainer consasts of two activateff teler>honcs, a call director, and a louds pea ker-C'^n trol unit. The unit provides a dial tone rineinp and' busy signials. This "live" te'lophone equipment is an aid in creating realistic classroom situations for P'^actiee in developin^r oenvoreation- al skills. Pegpy lones. who is t^'e employ¬ ment renresentative for f-is area, explained about the riiffercnt job openings available. Mrs. J-^nes al¬ so explained to the stiidepK about the many other benefits available to the workers of the IHin'is Bell Telerihcne. School Lunch Menu Week of 10-2 - 6 Monday — Hamburger on bun, dill pickle - catsup-mustard, choco¬ late pudding, milk. Tuesday — Vegetable soun andi cnsckers, b(i)logna-lettuc¥'-mayon( naise sandwich, yellow cake with raspberry topping, milk. Wednesday — Baked ham. ma.sh- ed potatoes with butter sauce, but¬ tered green beans, buttered bread, applesauce, mik. Thursday — Spaghetti and meat sauce, tossed salad, French bread, pineapple tidbits, mik. Friday — Fresh orange juice, tuna & noodles, buttered peas & carrots, buttered bread, oatmeal brownies, mik. Each day peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will be served in place of main dish. Pictures of the American Legion Steak Fry and the Wabash Tape Co picnic will appear in next weeks Farmside. Special School Board Meeting Sept. 18 September 18, 1972 Special meeting of the Board of Education of School Dist. Nw-4*»-^ was held in the High School Build¬ ing on September 18, 1972 at 8 P.M. Special meeting being called fOr tlie purpose of holding a hearing on the tentative budget and appro. o/ciinance. Upon roll call the following an¬ swered present Mr. Jirik, Mr. Zill¬ er. Mr. Adams, Mr. Michelsen, Mr. Stading and Mr. Bein. Mr. Brand¬ wein absent. There being no objectors a mo- lion made to adjoum at "9 P.M. by Mr. Adams and seconded by Mr. Michelsen. Meeting stood adjoumed. September 18, 1972 Spccii'l meeting of tht Brd of Ed¬ ucation of School Dist. No. 158 was held in the High School Building! rn September IS, 1972 at 9 P.M. Special meeting being called for the purpose of approving the an¬ nual budget and appro, onlinance, and also to prepare and approve of t'lr levy for the coming year. Upon roll call the fallowing an¬ swered present: Mr. Jirik, Mr. Zill¬ er, Mr. Adams, Mr. Michelsen, Mr. Slyding and Mr. Bein. Mr. Brand- Continued on Bark Page SCHOOL BOARD Homecoming Parade Announcement Are you interested in entering a flot in the Homecoming Parade? Any organization or bu-siness may participate. If you plan on build¬ ing a flcrt, please contact Marcdc Ungs, 669-5738. Also the students would appreciate the support of businesses decorating their win¬ dows. All participarkate in the Home¬ coming Parade will line up at 9:00 A.M. on October 28 at the Wi^ School and Sunset Drive. At 10:00 A.M., the parade will go to Main Street, then to South Church Street. From Church to Mill Street; from Mill to Myrtle; then back to Main. At the High Sohool, the parade will be disbanded. School Calendar Sept 30—Central - Football game Away 2 p.m. Oct. 2 — Footbaill - Central - Home 4:15. Ocl. 6 — Failure notices to par¬ ents. Oct. 6 — Football - North Boone - Away. Oct. 9 — Columbus Day — No School. Oct. 10 — Football - Mooseheart - Home 4:15. Oct. II — School pictures 8:30 a.m. Oct. 12 — Vo - Advisory 8:00 p.m. Oct. n — Football - Earlville - Homo 6:30. Oct. 11-13 — F.F.A. Comention. Oct. 16 — Football - Hamp?hire - Away 4:15. Oct 17 P.T.A. Ocl. 20 — Football - Richmond ¦ Away. Oct. 20 — Ssnicr Announcements Oct. 23 — Football - RichmonJ - Away 4:15. Cot. 24 — PSAT-NMSQl Tests. Oct. 26 — Livestr>ck Judging - Woodstock - F.F.A. 1:00 p.m. Oct. 27 — Inservice Day - Half day (8:30-12:00). Oct. 28 — Football-Hebron - Homecoming 2 p.m. Steak Fry Success Held Sept. 24 The Huntley American Legion held their annual steak fry last Sunday, Sept. 24 in the Legion home. A total of 120 steak dinners were sold. The remaining steaks were purchased by those attending the event. In addition to the steak fry, the American egion Auxiliary licid a Veteran's Craft sale. School Announces Free Meal Policy The Huntley Consolidated School today announced a f"e-> m-^l policy for District No. 158 school children unable to pay the desitmated price. Local schocl officials have adopt¬ ed the fcllowing family si7e and in¬ come scale to assist them in de- t^invning ellgi^'i'ity. Family Gross Gnxw Size Income .Income Annual Monthly 1 $2,420 $201 2 3,180 265 3 3,940 328 4 4,680 390 5 5,380 448 6 6,070 505 7 6,700 558 8 7.330 610 9 7,900 658 10 8.470 705 11 9.040 753 12 9,610 800 I'-^'li £ddition fT-'My member 570 47 Families falling within these scales or those suffering from un¬ usual circumstances (families re¬ ceiving public ,issi9tance) or hard¬ ships are urged to apply for free meals for their children. They may Contlnoed on Back Page FREE MEAL Route 47 to Detour The State of IIHnois has placed signs on Route 47 deturing traffic^ around the railroad crossing whichj will be re -aired shortly. PermissicMiJ was g.-en to the state for the de-f tour at a special village board meet-] ing held last week.Trafficfrom State Highway will be deto down Dwyer Street to Main Street.| South on Church Street, West Mill Street returning to Route 47.1 No date has been set for the com-| pleteion of the work. Boy Scout News The Huntlry Boy Scouts will hold a paper drive on Satur'"". (Kt. 7. The Bey S-"uts are n t "ecepting ma.cazincs for this pao"" drive. So rinse do not bring them to the 'm^k. Tho f-u-k wi'' i" parked in the Huntlev Am"-ican Legion parking let. T^" nif-ku" may be ar-anered by calling 669-5751. Good Attendance Of Film Showing: Three hundred peoole attended the showing of the film "On Your Di^rstep" at the P.T.A. meeting last week. Tbe twenty-one people who vol¬ unteered to work with the Huntley Youth Committee will meet Octo¬ ber 4th at 8:00 P.M. at the Con- gpegation,)! Chu'ch This will be a planning and organi7'p'' scssior Any person interested i" help ns Huntley's Youth is urced to attend the October 4th meeting. First P.T.A. Meeting Termed Success The first meeting of the Huntley P.T.A. for this school year was the best attended meeting in some time. The meeting wns called to wder at 8:00 P.M. by WUUam Leggee this year's President, who led the audience in tbe Pledge to the Flag. The colors were presented by rep¬ resentatives of the Huntley High School Color Guard. Mr. Leggee introduced tits other officers of P.T.A. who are — Roger Simpson, Vice-President; Mary El¬ len Ervin, Secretary; Mary Ziller, Treasurer. A recommendation wsis present¬ ed to lhe members of P.T.A. l>y the Continned on Back Page PTA —::.:i5>-' AFRdTC^Cadets and Ctndm Wiclte Bradley Uulverslty AFROTC Cadet Corps Comdrander, Robert J. Wkke, son of Mr. and Mra. Arthur Wicke of Hwitley, DHntris, discusses leadership training vith cadets Jody R. Bennett, a junior from Gumee, Illinois, majoring In foreign languages, and Nancy J. Knowles, a junior from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, majoring In home ecooomks. Cadets Bennett aad Knowles will be the first Bradley females to receive comnUssioiM as second lieutenants in the United States Air Force upon graduatioa In May 1974.
|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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