The Huntley Farmside
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^: HUNTLEY '^^oi^y "1ft. ii^. VOLUME 16 — NUMBER 23 THURSDAY, SBPTEMBER 4, 1975 — PHONE - M9-5<S1 — U No Answer 459-1456 or 459L«9n '203 £. MAIN HUNTLY 60142 ILL. 10 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 19«« ISO PER COPV Fire at Pete Swanson Farm On Monday, Septenib&r lat, Huntley Firemen responded to a firo at the Clayton "Pete" Swanson farm on Swanson Road, Firemen were summonetl by the civil dof ense siren as the fire occurred at 11:-"in five minutes before the noon whLsHc was to be soundetl. Firemen exting¬ uished tho blaze within 30 minutes using \W hose, tlio semi4r;iiler water tank and a portaJtank. Priov ¦to having the big tanker the Swan¬ son house prob^rtibVy would have burnt to the groimd as firemen would hswe been forced to use %" h«so to keep from running out of water. 1>4" hose delivers 3 times the a- mount of water as ^i" hose, Chjef Freund stated. The tanker filled the I50O gallon porta tank with water which wa,s pumped into fhe fire truck. The fire department hopes to purchase another porta tank when funds ane available. This will enable tbe large tanker, donated by Deans Food Ccmpai^ early this year, to return to Hmitey for refiiQing lea\^fi 3,000 gallons of water behind for use in its absetioe. At one iwint an IW hose broke, sending a stream of water which krinkled a mailbox at the unoccup¬ ied farm. At 6 p.m. that evenfeig, the fire leignHed and the firement had to pot out the blaze. pictures wiU appctar in next weeks paper. D Scholler Arrested for Burglary p 125 Birthday Regular Meeting Tlie next meeting of the Huntley 125th Anniversary anJ Bicentenniia] committees will bo hekl Se:^tembcr I61h at the American Legion Home at 8 p.m. This is a \Try impfirtant meeting and all chairman of var¬ ious committees, or«anizatiou rojv rescntativc and someone from ev?"> business and indii~"try ars a^k t,i attend. Mrs. l.ouis Kreutzer. ehai-m-in. strcs.ses the need for nd.iiticnal help for sche<.lule(( functiop'^ and it is hoped everyone will attend this meeting with ;i \()limtary a'titude to hdp make our coming evenis very successful and lead \:-\o a great celehration in .Augint <,l 1976. There are inan.\ .jobs to do and viliile many events and functionis are already planned it does take "pe'"''<^n power" and we need your help. Soe you September 16th. School Menu Menu Week of Sept 8-12 Monday — hamburgers on bun, French Fries, buttered corn, fruit in frozen oranpre juioe. milk. Tuesday — chicken »oup with crackers, chicken salad sandwiches or peanut butter and jelly sand¬ wich, sliced peaches, milk. Wednesday — Italian I.aSagna, buttered green beans, buttered bread, home niade cookies, milk. Thursday — Meat loatf and gravy. mashed potatoes, buttreed carrots, buttered bread, red jeJlo with fruit and riches whip, milk. Friday — Frozen orange juice, tuna fish casserole, buttered vege¬ tables, buttered bread, applesauce cake. mik. Queen Candidates Dale Scholer, 17, and a juvenile were arrested last Tue=iday, .Set>tcm- ber 2nd, and charged with bur^lai-> of Little America Tavern on .'\u>>us 31. 1975. (IllinoLs State law for¬ bids the publishing of a juvonilo's name arrested for a mine.) Scholl¬ er was arrested by Chiel" Dziewoir and Sgt. I*tak in a garage owne<i by tho juveniles parents who re¬ portedly were umiware of the stol- len merchendiso. Seized by iwlice at the garage was a quantity of whisky and other aleholic leverages, beier, cigars. Cartons of oigarottos, $186 in cash, oandy, a calculator and Slim Jims. 1; is estimated that police recover¬ ed o\er S.'iOO. in cash and merch¬ andise. I ;'f]j Scholler was taken lo the Mc¬ Henry (.'oimty Jail in huvndcuffs by Sst. PUik. . *¦ In addition to the merchandise stolen from Little America, police i t-onficatod 2 air rifles reportedly (¦ used by Scholler and 2 juveniles, to shoot at windows and sitreet Ug'hts tliroughout the vUhige. The investigation is StiU pending as Huntley police are issuing a warrant for an adult aocomplke. The evidence will be impounded by, police until the trial. Lions Give $250 to Fight Glacoma KATHY MEYER Kathy of Sandiwald Road is the dai^liitcr <rf Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer. She is 19 years okl and a gradeuate of Huntley High School. Kathey was a member of the School Band, Color Guard, end G.A.A. Volleyball team and tiowliiag team. She was the first giri member of the Huntley F.F.A. Chapter. As a member she served on many com¬ mittees, chaired some oommitlees, and oamed many trophies and cred¬ its for her chapter. KlaUiy also is a member o€ Uie Amerioan Staatr hom Assa and the Junior Shoit- hom Asan. holding vcrious offices in the later. She has been a member of the Illinois Shoithom Lasses, and was choosen Northeastern Illinois Shomhom Lassie in 1973. Kathy has been in 4-H for 9 years. She has held offices in the club and is an assi^aat leader. She has nais ed Sboitbom cattle since she was ei^ and bas buUt her own herd, naising, ts^abaag. grooanine, and jiiowiiig the mherself. Kathy was one of tbe McHenry County 4-Hers to go to Wasbtngton, D.C. Sinc« haiib school, Kathy has woiked as a-s- rfstant to a credit manager; how- «v«ri atie bas token the summer «fr to Mp on the family llarm. line tatsae plans include returning to votk aad coolinuing to raise cattle. One day she would like cattle to be a fuU time occupation. The Lion's Qub Glaucoma mobile was ini Huntley on Friday, Aug. 22nd, testing residents for this eye defect. A total of 53 residents took ad¬ vantage of thds free screendng serv¬ ice. Out of this number 3 possibly have this disease and will need further testing. The Hunitley Lions club presented the Glaucoma mo¬ bile with a check for $250.00 te further their work. Glaucoma is a disease ol the eyes, padiedly heredJhaiy, which can oause blindness if not detected. If found it can be oontnoUed. SANDY KOHLEY S^idy, daughter of Don and Kath erine K(*ley of Huntley-Dundee Road, is a senior at Huntley High School. She has attended the Hunt ley School system kJodergarten through twdth grade. Sandy is an active student She has been a mem¬ ber af G.A.A., Girls Baseball, Voll¬ ey Team, Bowling Team, F.H.A., and a Cheerieader. She was Chap¬ ter Sweetheart oi itiie Huntley FFA, and reoeivea the Star Oreeniiand Awatd. Saafly is atabja .member of the Uufi^ JlarfEOter 4*1 Club, indudi>« 4H BasetiialL Sbe Mkes the xxmiacam~maA or ptoy. Bae^ has m <Wtiittn Idtuv ^aw. Siie enjoys wctiteg as a oaslder and hopaa to oaoltaie. Beckle Jayiie Harm Beckle of 11704 Ist Street is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Frederick Kam>. Sho is axteen and a tudf and is a junior alt Huntley Hi«b School. Beckio also has taken piano and voice at McHenry County Ool¬ iege. Sie has been a member of High School Chorus, Madrigito, and Girls' Track. Beckie is an ac¬ tive member of the Trinity Luthema C hurt: h of Huri.Moy and is a sok^ at various churoh functions. She intends to enter a muadc related field in the future and plans to enter McHenry County College up¬ on graduation. SUE PAMELA WELTZIEN Sue of 14016 Hanmony Road is fhe seventeen year old daughter of Wenddl and Mary Wekzien. She attended Huntley Grade Sciiool and Huntley Junior High School. Sbi has been a high school student it Marion Central Oatholfc High School and is presently a senior. Clubs and activities tor Sue looiad at one time or ano>tiier, Girl Sooiitr, 4-H, Walther League, Student Ooiai cil. Outdoor Club, SU dob, afld VeattxKik Staff. Sue's fvtare phm are not definite, but she is inter¬ ested in a dental hygiene or akUns stewardess career.
|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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