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^ HUNTLEY ^<^^ VOLLME J7 — NUMBER | ITHURSDAY. APRIL 22 l<n« — PHONB — Me-5621 — If No Amnnr 4S*-S9n or 4S9-145C FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNFLEY, ILL 12 PAGES ¦UVINU TBB PBOPLB OF BVNTLET SINCF IMI i5« PER oorr 35 Years of Business In Huntley B&K Service will celeijrate its 35th business anniversary on May 1. 1970'. One cf the old¬ est ifausinesses in Huntley, it was established by William (Bill) Seiler and Lyle (Bus) R4ibash, and the n-ame B&iB was derived from their initials. As a Mobile Station when opened, the B&B was the seventh gas station in Huntley. Prior to being a servke sta¬ tion, the 'building had been the offlc» of a feed mill, and it was converted by the owtter, Mr. Lazerschult, of BarrinErton, to a sing-le bay garage and was expanded to a two bay in late 1941 and has remained the same since then. Bill and Alethea Seiler be- canre the sole owners and otv erators of the business late in 1941. It has remained a family business over the years. Long time residents can recall the sight of Bill doir!g mechanical work, Alethea keeping books and the four jxrune Seilers grow¬ ing from playpens to gas pu-nups attendants and adults. Richard became a partner in 1966 and his wife Holly assumed the duties of bookkeeper In Septem¬ ber of 1975. Today a new geiv- eration of little Seilers can be seen at the ft&B. The station haa empi'oyed many local noen over the years. As a aiomber -^ <<lie-WiHey Vocational Training Program, Bill and Dick have employed and trained high school boys interested in the gas and serv¬ ice business. The Seilers are proud to be a part of the Huntley Commun¬ ity and happy to provide the best service possible to its resi¬ dents. Bill has always said "Huntley has been good to us." As a "thank you" to friends and patrons of the B&B an anniversary celebration is plan¬ ned for Saturday, May 1-, 1976 from S:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the Huntley Fire Bam. There will be dancing lunch, beer and door prizes so plan to attend and help celebrate 35 years with the B&B Sarvice. Sr Citizens Bake. Sale Remember the Senior Cltl: ien Bake Sale on April 24th. This is the Seniors contribution in support of the Huntley !25th Anniversary and Bicentennial celebration. New Manager at Pineerest Blood Drive Makes Goal 111 pts School Menu Menu April 2C • 30 Monday — Hamburgers on bun with cheese, nnistard, cat¬ sup, pickles, buttered corn, po¬ tato chips, homemade suigar cookies, milk. Tuesday — Italian L^agna, lettuce, radish and carrots sal¬ ad, with Russian dressing, but¬ tered bread, applesauce, milk. "Wednesday — Tomato souip with craokers, tuna sandwich, chee«;e sticks, carrot sticka, pears, milk. Thursday — Orange Juice, ham and scalloped x>otato cas¬ serole, buttered green beans, hot com breiad and butter, but¬ tered bread, mixed fruit, milk. Fiiday — Fish, mashed po¬ tatoes and butter sauce, cole slaw, buttered bread, fruit, milk. Chas lifekhowe has been named the new manae w of Pineerest Gold & Cfauntry CIi* He Is a (rt-aduate of the Univel-- slty of Nbrth Carolina at Cha¬ pe! HIU where he earned a degree In Business administra¬ tion.. He smarted in hi.s orecont 1H»»'<1 n« «»<»na(»er ci the F^ho Rooin In Ft. Lauderdale, Ffa. where he remained 1V4 vears. Jn 1972 he came to T'linors as bar manacer at tbe Shara- tbn hotel in SchauMbenr. In 1973 he was made asst. mana- Iter at the hotel. In March cf New Board Members Seated The regular meeting cf the Board of Education of School Dist. No. 15S, Huntley Consuli- datod School, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High Schcoi Building on AprU 12, 1976 ut 7:30 p.m. Upon roll call the following answered present Mr. Bend, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. Ruth and Mr. Stading. None' absent. Canvass of Election of April 10, 1976 as follows: Norman Brettschneider, 173; Nancy Uv¬ ingston, 333; Carolyn Jcnos, 129; James Bond, 87; James Rich¬ mond, IfJ; Robert Zirk Sr., 293; Wayne Peterson, 38; Rich¬ ard Erath, 6; Raymond Cole, 2; Henry Marlowe, 2; Charles Lamb, 1; Ed Schweiger, 1; Bet¬ ty Zirk, 1; Bea Peterson, 1; Marion Conley, 1; Henry Gar¬ lieb, I; Earl Maynard, 1; Lar¬ ry Smith, 1; Walter Pupich, 1; Gene Linsey, 1. A motion made by Mr. Zil¬ ler and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the canvass of elec¬ tion as listed. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A mction made by Mr. Bond and 2nd by Mr. Ziller to seat NatKy Livingston for a thre-e year term. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made bv Mr. Brett- s-chneider and 2i|(' b^i Mrs. Simpson to seat Robert Zirk Sr. for a three year term. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Ziller and 2nd by Mr. Bond to seat Norman Brettschneider for , three year term. Motion car¬ ried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2pd by Mrs. Jones of ad¬ journ this meeting- to call an¬ other to organize the now Board of Ed\x;ation for the coming year. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. This being a cor>tinuation of the regular of April 12, 1976 of the Board of Education of 1975 he took a nosition at the Chauteau Louise' In Dundee as beverai^e manager. In March of tills year he became the Manager at Pincrest. The clwb plans to stay ooen this ve'ar thru Decem^e^ for Chrlstwas Parties atwl. is In¬ terest warrants it. to stav fm^n for a ban.? vr^ >•}**» V'>«»"'s '^•"e Partv. In additiion to their fainr- ous fi.sh fry, the club caters to KarKji'i-?'ts'. private •parties, weddings and meWlngs. Chas Is lookine forward to his new position In Hwitley. School Dist. No. 158, Huntley Consolidated School, Huntley, Illinois, being held in the High School Building now being call¬ ed at 8 p.m. of tho same day. Upon roll call the following answered present: Mr. Ziller, Mr. Brettschneider, Mr. Ruth, Mrs. Simpson. Mrs. Livingston, Mr. Zirk and Mr. Stading. None absent. A motion made by Mr. Ziller and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson to apipoint Mr. Brettschneider as president pro-tem. Motion car¬ ried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A mfition mnrlo by Mr. Ruth and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson to nominate Mr. Ziller as Presi¬ dent for tho coming year. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. B.-ett- schneider and 2nd by Mr. Ruth to close all nominations. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Brett¬ schneider and 2nd by Mr. Ruth to close all motionations. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Brett¬ schneider and 2nd by Mr. Liv- in,?Sion to pay the Secy, and tion the sum of .?350.OO for Clerk of the Board of Educa- the n'Onths of Anril, May, June and Ji'ly. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion mado by Mr. Ziller and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson to appoint Ernest Stading Jr. as Secy, and Clerk of the Board of Fx'iication for the coming year Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Ruth adn 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider to move that all nominations be cl-.-;sed. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mrs. Simp¬ son and 2nd by Mr. Zirk to hold all regular Board meetings frcm 7:45 to 11:30 on the 2ndJ Monday of each month. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Ruth and 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider to adopt all previous Board meetirsrs from 7:45 to 11:30 on the 2nd Monday of each month. Mftion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A mction made by Mr. Ruth and 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider to adopt all proNious Board policys. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion, made by Mr. Brett¬ schneider and 2nd by Mrs. Sirnp-son to :ipprove of the miri- iitcs as read. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Brett¬ schneder and 2nd by Mr. Ruth to pj'prove of the payment of the regular monthly bills. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made i)y Mrs. Simp¬ son rnd 2nd by Mr. Brettschnei¬ der to transfer S520.93 to the Imprest fu'nd. Motion carried! 7 ye;iK and 0 nays. A niotion made by Mr. Ruth and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson to appicve of the 10a"^c coverage to cover incieasicd value oi property. Motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Ziller and 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider to approve of the bd for one new school- bus, from Hausman Bus Sales for the sum of 09,- 693.00. Motion carried 6 yeas and 1- nay with Mrs. SmpsoQ casting the nay vote. Continued on Page ^ School Menu Menu April 26 • 30 Monday — Hamburgers on bun 'with cheese, mustard, cat¬ sup, pickles, buttered corn, po» tato chips, homeniadte suigar cookies, milk. Tuesday — Italian LaSagna, lettuce, radish and carrots sal¬ ad, with Russian dressing, but¬ tered bread, applesauce, milk. Wednesday — Tomato soup with craokers, tuna sandwich, cheese' sticks, carrot sticks, pears, milk. Thursday — Orange Juice, ham and scalloped potato cas¬ serole, buttered preen beans, hot corn brecid a-nd butter, but¬ tered bread, mixed fruit, milk. Fiiday — Fi.sh, mashed po¬ tatoes and butter sauce, cole slaw, buttered bread, fruit, milk.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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