The Huntley Farmside
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'^ HUNTLEY ^'^^ ..VOLUME 16 — NUMBER 47.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1976. aM4ft PRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTL£Y, ILL -.an* a ncnoNS Police Report POUCE REPORT •. Feb. 10, 1976, Police investigated a criminal damage to property com- ptaint in whicfa a window was bro¬ ken on a local manufacturing com¬ pany. Feb. 13, 1976, Hundey police as¬ sisted the McHenry County Sheriff on a medioal assist to a subject in the Huntley area. Feb. 14, 1976, PoHce are invesW- gating areported burglary in which an amount of money had been taken. Feb. 13, 1976, Police hivesbeated a complaint of k>ud music from a stereo in the early hours of the nMnting. Poilice tatked with tbe people involved, and they skaixA ibere would be no further disturbanc. Feb. 10, 1970, Polwe investigaited a traffic aocident at Route 47 ait the railroad tracks ,which tfae driver Lyle J. Stalker of Woodstock Wt the crossing signal. He was taken to Woodstock Hoapital wirth mdnor injuries Fci). 15, 1976, Police had taken Dale Scholer into custody on a warrant for battery frcm the Kane County Sheriff's poiioe. Kane Coun¬ ty sent a squad to Huntley and traosported th esiubjeot to Geneva, m. School Board Minutes The regular meeting of the Board of Ediucatkm of School Dist N.o. 158, of the Huntley Consolidated School, Himtley, Blinoi? was he^d in the High School building On Feb¬ ruary 9, 1976 at 7:30 p.m. Upon i-oll call the foUowing an¬ swered presenrt Mns. Simpson. Mr. Bond. Mrs. Jones lard Mr. Stading. Mr. Ziller, Mr. Brettschneider and Mr. Ruth absent. Amotion made by Mrs. Jones and 2nd by Mr. Bond to aopoirtt Mrs. Simpson as president prcrtem for this meeting. Motion carried 3 yoas and 1 nay (with Mis. Simp¬ son casting the nay vote). A motbn made by Mrs. Jone\S and 2nd by Mr. Bond to ajJprove of the minates as read. Motion carried 4 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mrs. Jones and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson to pay the regular monthly bills as lisitcd. Mo¬ tion can-ied 4 yeas antl 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2i>d by lones to transfer $962.32 to the Imprest fund. Motion oarried 4 yeas an dO nays. A motion mado b yMrs. Simpson and 2nd by Mr. Stading thait we agree Loni Oldham's contract will be fuHHled at tho end of her sick leave days, for the ."cfaool year of 1975 and 76. Motion carried, 4 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mrs. Jones and 2nd by Mr .Stading to aipprove of the following Board Policys, re¬ cruitment, purchasing guides and vendor lists, Homebound insrtructlon, hiring, expendniture of funds, and book club announcements.. Motion carried 4 ycas and 0 nays.. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the tax shelter annuity for Joseph Manning with Padflc Mutual Ins. Co. Motion carried 4 yeas and 0 nays. 8:20, Mr. Rurth made his ajipoap- ance. A motion made by Mrs. Simpson and 2nd by Mr. Stading to jAaee Dennis Busch on the salaiy sched- ide as of January 5, 1976. Motion oarrfed 5 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Ruth and mtViNG THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLET SINCE 1M« '<• ••¦» roFv Mayor Proclaims FFA Week Sr Citizens Senior Citizens from al krf Mc¬ Henry County gathered Saturday at the Huntley Congregational Cburch for a Valentino Party. Mrs. Mae Chesak, Helen Marlowe and Lucille Thurow planned the pro-am which was enj(>yed by all. Rose Kutz¬ ner of Union played some memor¬ able melodies on tli© piano, the Girl Scouts sang and the ohurch Bell Ringers entertained all followed by group singing. Oake and coffee were served following the regular program and Mr. Walter Burmeister and George Adams then showed film on Tornado's and Union Spe¬ cial. Auxiliary News On February 6, the County Coiai- cil of tbe Amerioan Legion Auxiliary held its montihly meeting at the Amerocan Legion Post Home in Huntley. This was a county pot luck dinner meeting. Approximately eighty persons at¬ tended, among whom was Mrs. El¬ aine Miwphy, lst Vice President of the Department of Illinois. Next year she wall be the president of the AuxiUary of the state of Illinois. Also present were Carrie Petri, Kane County President and her sec retary; Jerrenne Merritt, llth Dis¬ trict President and her secretary, John Costeilo, llth District Com¬ mander; Robert Schultz, American- 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the Title four application as pre. ented.. Motian carried 5 eas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2ind by Mr. Ruth to discontinue tiie first gnade L O position for the school year of 1976 and 77. Mation oarried 5 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made hy Mr. Bond and and by Mn. Jones to t^yprove of ism Officer; Lou Rossberg, County Oommander; Seymour Mann of Woodstock; Commandcir Fred Van Hamm of Will Courty; and our own Mayor Don Enstrom. Chairmen of the various commit¬ tee gave their reports. To add a festive note, songs were sung. The food supplied by the Units of the oounty was plentiful and delicious. The neojt county mooting will be And to help serve and cloan up were members of the Huntley Post - Frank Parisek, John Mattingly, Wally Leonard, Butch Daugherty, and Bob Eckman. All in all, a good meeting, at Lake in the Hills on March 5, 1976. the bowling tea mto enter the State Toumament at Perio Motian car¬ ried 5 yeas and 0 nays. 9:16 an executive was called for the purpose of reviewing classified help, salaries. A motion made by Mrs. Jones and 2nd by Mr.. Bond to continue this meetiiiig on February 26, 1976, at 7:30 p.m. Motion carried 5 yeas and 0 nays. I D.in Enstrom due proclaim from the 2lst to the 28th of February as FFA week. Left to right: Jeff VanAcker, member; Bob Gray, memb^; Dave Ostrander, president. " 3rd & 5th GRADE HAVE BICENTENNIAL PLAYS last Wedne<«lay. February 13th, the 3rd and 5th grades presented Biceritennjal programs. Parents and othe- grades aM«nded these plays. The 3rd gnade presented a play on Abraham Lincoln life. The chil¬ dren presented not only his entire life but many funny instances which reflected his wit. Tlie cast consistde of - Narrator, Phyllis Keams; Abe Lincohi, Philljp Keams; Mother, lackio Freund; Father, Paul Majv- nirg; Sally, Lynette Fettes; Robert, Patrick Fettes; Tad, Bobby Bond; Mary Todd, Melodie Garelts; In¬ dian, Dotty Wadingham; Soldiers I, Ohrs Norton; II, Ted Manning; HI, Bin McGee; Johnny, Chris Seiler; Douglas, Gerry DeDina; Prop Chair¬ man, Katie Moylan, Prompter, Deb¬ bie Wiesneth; Prop Helpers, Jodi Sherfield, Tonya Chypers and Kris¬ ten Ostrander. ITie fifth grade presented Ameri¬ can History in Canoe guided by Mrs. School Menu Menu Feb. 23-27 Monday — Wiener winks or plain hot dog. mustard, catsup, potato chips, buttered com, fruit cup, milk. "Tuesday — ChlH with crackers, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, carrot sticks, pears, milk. Wednesday — Meat loaf and gra¬ vy ,masbed potatoes, buttered spin- Gloria Christensen, Sandra Zimmer man and Carolyn Scbachtner. This play portrayed famous people In American History. A very large his¬ tory book was opened and the person from history would step out and tell what h chad accomplished. The oast oorsisted of; Herman, Dan Landorf; Clana, Cindy Veath; Alice, Julie Ornberg; Mary, Kim Ziller, Paul, Mary Kunde; Leif Ericson, AUen Fettes; Columbus, Dale Pfaff; John Smith, Envin Looney; Vlassa- soit, Steve Slipek; Mrs. Fischer, Karla Kamphausen; Harriett Tub¬ man, Judy Borhart; Douglas, Paul Eisenmenger; Franklin, Scott O'¬ Brien; Jefferson, Chuck Warring- ham; Washington, Todd Clark; Dan¬ iel Boone^ David Conrad; DuSable * Alt Sturtevant; Clark - Dale Ander¬ son; Sacagawea - Beth Lemon; Le¬ wis, Harold Hansen; Jeb, Bob See¬ man; Lincoln, Dan McMahon. Parents and chaldren enjoyed the interesting history lessons. ach, buttered bread, cranberry Jel¬ lo with Riches whip, milk. Thursday — Italian spa^ietti with meat sauce, tossed Uituce salad, wkh Russian dressing, buttered bread, mixed fruit in orange juice, milk. Friday — Freeh frozen orange Jtdoe, tuna awl noodle casserole, buttered green peas, buttered bread, home made oookies, milk.
|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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