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<WHUNTLEY:^«trfc ¦r--ii. VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 29 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1971 — mONE — M9-5621 - If Na Answer 459-0998 Home Phone 459-0995 PO 192 HUMTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES "BB SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crochett 7 cents per cafV Dedication At Congregational Church Huntley To Be On WLS-TV Sunday, Oct. 17th the first Con-l gregational Church of Hundey, the| cities oldest diurch founded back 1852, celebrated a dedication on i\t new addition and remodeling to area'.s oldest dhurch building, original church built during the vil War in 1863-64 is the olde existing church building in McHenryl County and the North East terri-i tory of Illinois. Guest speaker for the day was the Rev. Dr. Erstoni Butterfield, Conference minister foro the Uniifd Church of Christ, state* of IllinoLs. The dedication service, led by IJheJ Rev. Dr. Robert I,. Frank, current! pastor, used the words of dedicatio from the 1952 Centennial Year, from the origin;il dedication service| of the church in 1864. The additioJis^ and remodeling to the church were* dedicated To Tho Worship of God' and the servico of man. The service of dedication wasi celebrated at a full hious which in- Icluded in addition to the members land friends of First Congregational (Church, delegates and visitors from Trinity Lutheran Church and St. iMarys Caithollc Church in Huntley, iLions Chtb, LefMr-Boat 673 and V'omans Auxiliary Poet 673. Are* churches represented were: St Jjcbn's United Church of Christ, iHarmony, St Idhn's United Church Bof Christ, Union, St. Paul's United Ichureh of Christ, Cry.stal Lake, jFirst Congregational Church of jCrystal Lake, First Congregational JChurch of Dundee, First Congrega¬ itional Church of Elgin, Oommunity IChurch of Richmond, First United IMethodist Churdh. of Elgin, Zion iUnited Church of Christ, Carpen- Itcrsville; Congregational Church of jAtkinson. Contractors represented at the fdedication Included: Hanson Heat- ling and Plumbing, Anderson Elec- [tric, Muenlfelt & Sons, Bakley Con- [struotion; Lake Region Inc., Ma¬ rengo Fedeny Savings & Loan, and the project's architect, Michael De- Lapp. Fcllowing the dedication service, a noof fellowship meal was served tojaace tb«n:200 yiaitera aatl KnM*i and an Opeti Hdusc was held trom. l:0O to 4:00 with, many more visi¬ tors and guests touring the new fa¬ cilities. School Board BOARD OF EDUCATION MEET The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School Dist. 158 was held in th Hi^ school Building on October II, 1971 at 7:45 P.M. Upon roll call tihe following an¬ swered present: Mr. lirik. Miss Mackaben, Mr. Adams, Mr. Michel¬ sen, Mr. Bein and Mr. Stading. Mr. Brandwein absent. A motion made by Mr. Bein and 2nd by Mr. Adams to approve of Continued on page two SCHOOL BOARD Huntley Redskin's Football Team Dewayne Studio Photo On Wednesday, October 13, John Drury of WI^TV Channel 7 News came to Huntiey with his television crew for a special news filming. Mr. Drury reiad an article in the Chicago Tribune written by Miss Carolyn Toll about Himtley being without a doctor and tbou^ht that this was a news item for the general public. Three television crews helped Mr. Druiy in the preparation of this Channel 7 news speoiai. Some of the filmii^ was fldone in front of Don's Super Valu, the Village Store, Chuck's Barber Shop, the State Bank of Huntley, the Medical Bivilding, Unilon Special Machine Company and the Village Park. A number of Huntley resi¬ dents were interviewed on the stre^ in the Medical Building and in th Village Store-8001 made var¬ ious comments on the need ftw a doctor in Huatley. Mrs. George Fruin luappened to drive through town as some of the filming was taking idace. One XA tbe camera men noticed her hand bandaged and thiey asked her to participate in answering questiona before the camera about vJttere die received medical attention. Wayne Miller of the State Bank worked closely with this group. He stated that, "Mr. Drury was highly Continued on Page Twa HUNTLEY ON TV Veterans Day James Manning, Commander of the Huntley American Legion Post 673, announced today the Vetezans Day win be observed in Huntley on Monday October 25th at 11:00 A.M. in front of the the Himtley Ameri¬ can Legion Home. The speaker for the day wiU be the Rev. Fredrick Hann, ThD, Pastor of TVInlty Lutheran Orarcfa Those pantidpating in tbe program are: The Huntley Legion IVwt 673; The Huntley LegAon Auxiliary; The High School Ban^ Boy Soouts; Giil Scouts; Sons oi. the American Legion American Legion Auxiliary Juntors. The parade is to leiav e the Grade SdKxrf parking lot at 10:45 A.M.
|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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