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^.,„.«i:«.-- '^ ^ HUNTLEY ^««f* VOLUME 14 — NUMBER 34 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 197J — PHONB — M9-5621 — II No Anmer 459-049H 459-1456 or 45y-0«12 FnAr,'K PARISEK PO 192 HUriTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES "BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AflEAD" — David Crockett !• ccsta per con Nursary School Thanksgiving Party ^"\*" ^"S"**?* ^***' / o o / Collesre Meeting . lYio Huntley Nu.-sery Sc'u>cl cb- scrved Th:ink.«;givii>;z in Iheir cliajy.ses this week. The cc-lebrati<:n inelmlod a story about the f r5< Tlianksgiving. and a "feast" cf pcrcc-.-n and torn oandy. tiii'en trcm "lui kuy bowl.s' w'.iich die children decwutrd. To add' Iw tho eiijuyniert. the c'.ii!il!>:n wore Pilgi-ijii hats o'.^ jndiiin he i<thaTid;s with featliers. . The nuiisd-y schc;i4 hi;« ixpanvied this yeai to inchKle two g'lXMips, eacJi group attentHngtwo sessions weekly. The classes ai-e held in the First Congrogaiional Ouiivh Sunday School ixxMiis, for dialdrf^n 3-5 years of age. The curriculum IrKjludes a w'ide vari. ety of activities suitable to tbe age group. F/idi diay the schevlule allow.s for participation in some form of Ihi? following: reiictine^i for reading, math, iind writinir; m'i.sic — listen¬ ing, singini;. and rhythmir ;io<ivit.v. art ami rraPt work: and pro\ision f<>r large mii«c)e devolopmeirt on tricy¬ cles, scooters and oUuT play eqiap. ment. The dirccbor of the nursery W, Rohlwing 2nd In Insurance Sales Wiiiner J. Rohlwing, FIC, 1.36 Bonnie Brao, Huntley. dLstriot rep¬ resentative in this local area for Aid AsiH>ciati6n for I.u'.herans (AAL). rnnked .secomi in overall insurance .sales among 980 AAL i«presenta_ lives thtvu^out tho United States for t'.ic month of October. accotxJing to the home office in Appleton, Wis. AAL i.s a fraternal Ufa and hoalt'i iiwurance society. .^n associate of the Edwin F. Brandt .^gency, Elgin, RoH-wing re¬ ceived the Fraternal Insurance Coatinrucd on Page Two 2ND i-C'icjl is Mrs. Mary Manning and the t ache's ."id is Mrs. Patriciii Mc:M'<lion. I he sea.son of ITianksgiving had a d;'.iV.(' si'-'nifiuir^c? for the Hunt¬ ley NiMSfciy S..hO)l. as this month marks tho a?!ii,p!elun ol thi? finsl- yea- cf the schools existence. The ;¦,ho.,1 leprrsrnt.-i a coj-.>erative ef¬ fort on the cati o!' nwny and nl this time it is the intent of the school t;i g'.vi thanks to those who have lielped inimeasuraWy lo make it a suoccisful project. Namely: Rev Fiank and the stafi ff Hie First Con. grepational Ohurch for their hospi¬ tality in hou.sing the school, the elected members of the board, both last PTui thLs year, who have given unsi'aringly of their efforts, and to the )inrpnts of ciiiUlren w1k> atU^nd till- sd-rc-ol f<> rthedr supp<jrt, and U> all the contfilMrtons t>f toy.s and sup¬ plies, which have been so helpful. Many thim«ks fro mthe staff of the Hur'.ley NiHsei-y Stiliool! Jack Anderson Benefit This Saturday rbe .lack Anderson Benefit Dance. svOTSored by the Huntley Fire D*" l^artment, will be held at the Fire SlaLion on Satuir.tay. November 24, 1973 staitinp a^t 9 P.M. There is a donation of S2.50 per person with all proceeds going to Jack Anderson. A timely raffle of a 25" color tele, vision will also be held th;»t eve¬ ning. M'Wsic for your dancitvj? pleasure will be supplied by the Velvetones. It has been suggested that anyone wishing to (k) so may bring sand, wiches. Beverages wfll be furtiished. ege Meeting Less then .^0 people attended the Junior Clollege meeting held last Tuesday, Nevember 20 in the S?hOjl gym. Oi that number only 21 were from Huntley, the rest represented either McHeniy County College or Elgin CA}mmunity College. The 21 inclutipti Members cJ' UiJ school board, preiis, clergy, faculty, biy;i- ness c^Mnmimity and a f-jw interested citizeas Btviuse of the small ctcwd, for¬ mal pi .-snt'2't'On.s were not made by i''u> colleges. l-.ach group <Kd. how¬ ever, show slides. Alt'^.uph only 21 attcJided front Hun'ley, a petition witii over 200 I'ames was fumed over to the board of education in favor of Huatley be- ccming a p,irt <>f the McHcrry County Junitr College District. A jK-'ition «ith (,nc name «as reported turned in tt) the lx);ud supporting Huntlex bjHMimins; a iwrt of the Elgin Dis. Irict. The School Board will make their di^isior: as to which district Huntley will lfc"c;n? a part of al a speoiai me-t'nj: next Monday, November lb ;'.t 7:4.'i in the hiph school ltorar>. New Owner of Huntley Boutique *>«>'- -«, * Mrs. Willmer Rohlwing announced txxJay that s*ie has purchased the HunUey Boutique from Jack Zenk. The shop will be renamed The Le, mon Tree Boutique. Mrs. Rdllwing will close for a few days next week f<:r nMiioddinp. The Rohhvings have li\ed in Hunt¬ ley i'or 16 years. They li<avo 3 ohil- diien lXi\-id, Nancy, aaul Joyce and 2 grandchild i^en. Ihey are members of Irinity I,oth_ ('ran church. Mr. Rohlwing is District Representative for Aid .\ssoc»«tion for Lutherans. He was recently named the 2nd liighest in s;iles in IJie et>tire company. Betty is in her lOth year as a Hiitrtley Girl Scoxi' Leader. She is past president of the I^uttieran ladies on post preservation in the Cook County aiid McHenry Home Makws. Zoning Hearing Set The zoning hearing (wi the land of the proposed amiKeinent park South of Huntiey on Route 47 at the toll- way oivtnance, has been set for Nov- Mnber 28 at 7:30 P.M. The hearing will Ik' held in the Rtitland Ttn^^n Hall. AH interested persons ar*> re. quested to attend. November School Board Minutes The regniar meeting oC the Boaixl of Educaition t»f School Disb let No. 158 was hekl in the Hig'i. School Build'ng on November 12, 1973, at 7:30 p,ni. Upon roll call the following .an- swerrU present .Mrs. Jcnw. Mr. B;;nd. Mr. Ziller. Mr Bre'/Sv^neider. Mr. ¦ Ji'ik anJ Mv. .Vdams. Mi.'S:a!li."p al^sent. A motion mad';; by Mr. .\:hinv; anJ 2jkI by Mr. Bntt^chneidcr to ap. prose of the mjnutfs as read Mo¬ tion carried, 6 yeas urd 0 nay.s. A inction inr^de hy Mr. Bond and 2nd hy Mr. Adam-: to approve < ' t!".e payment o.' Oie regiilr-r montlily bit's. Motion car'.'cd: 6 jciis and 0 nays. A mot en maJr by M". Bond and 2rd hy Mr. .lirik to pay ''/f increase to non-ceitified personnel re(ro,ac- ti\(- to beginnrng cf 1973-74 sohocl yc.'tr. Motir-n carrioil, (> yeas and 0 nays. , A motion made by Mr. Jirik all;l 2nd by Mr. Bond to transfer $1,000 f:om Educjilional lo Impretit Fund. M. ;ir,n carried, 6 yea.-; and 0 nays. A moton made by Mr. Jirik and 2nd by Mr. Adams to approve the Srh;jo! Program Plan. Motion canie.i u yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mi. ZJHer and 2nd by Mr. Aictan^ to accept the Tttie I ctMitiRcts of Carolyn SchacM, ner, Frances Horhart and Dan Kem. ContiBued on Page Tw« SCHOOL BOARD District Governor To Visit Huntle yLions Th;^ Huntley Liens Club wil! be visited on Noveovber 27. 1973 by Clwrles "Art" Hammer, District (jovcincr of District I-J, LJorw to¬ te rnational, Distrioi l.J encompaSB- fs p<.rtioi)s cf Cook. DeKailfc. Du Page, Kan-i.^, and McHeniy Coun¬ ties, with over 3.100 memtoers and H) I 'ons Clubs. (i xernor Hammer has ser\'ed I iir'sm fir 10 years and has held t'o f:,ll(;\ving offiets. Club Secretary 1961-66. club pitsident 1969-70, aone cha'rnian 1966-69, f>^ly District Cicverno- 1969-72, Lieutenant Dfe- triet OovernOT 1972-73. He is the lii ? I mcnibcr of the Lisle Lions dUb to attain the high office of District C>.verr<'r in fche CTltA's 24 year Ws- t>r\. He is employed by IlUnois Bed Telcplione Company, ntarrned to Virginia, the fa<iher of three dau^- tcrs, and a resident of I jsle, Illinois. We extend an invitation to all members and all prcspeotive mem. hers to join os in welcoming this honored guest. HHS Honor Roll T'te Honor Roll students cf Huat_ ley Hit^i School for the Ist nine week jK-riod are as fottows: "A" Honor Rott . all A'« — Ktut HabWey. Senior, Mark Yurs. SotkM'; Kurt Bastian, Junior, Scuit LiiKteey, Coatimieu oa.Pagc Two HONOU ROLL ^ Officials Plan For Next Halloween Charles Lamb of the Lions Club, Chief Richartd Neisoii, Rev. Robert Frank, Village Board; Glen Delaney, High School Dean of Students attended the Huntley Youtli Committee meeting on WednetMlay, November 14. Ibe topic «der diBCBBSkn was Halloweca Mlety. After die meeting Harold Doty of Ote Amerkaa Legioi^ Howwd Rotb, TowwMp flHpenlsor centiBiie to disciMs with Prfadpal, Larry Llacoia aboot HaOoweea safety.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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