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Pyc Huntley ^atmsxhe GRAFTON TOWNSHIP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER -SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 VOLUME 22-NUMBER 36 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16,1962 16 PAGES Huritley High Sdiool School Files Huntley, ill. 60142 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 20c PER COPY SC SANTA COMD^G TO HUNTLEY Santa Is coming to Huntley on Saturday, December 18th! He'll arrrive at the lst Congregational Church at 1:00 with surprises for everyone! Sure hope you've t)een goodi Hot chocolate & cookies will be served and 2 Disney Christmas cartoons wili be shown, "Santa's \Aforkshop" & "Ruto's Christmas Tree!" The festivities will end by 2 pm or 2:X pm Volunteers are weioome! Caii the Park Office for details! ,, , . , PLAQUE IN MEMOftV OF HANNAH MARTIN Pictured above are members ofthe oommittee for the memorial! for Hannah Martin presenting a plaque, picture and a machine for the business room at the High school to Wally Pupich, School Board President. The plaque may be seen in the editorial section of this weeks paf>er. . As a memorial from the oommunity, friends and relatives, a Continued on Page 2 placed during December. We hope to see the students in their new uniforms by the Spring of 1983. Mr. Gary Glowacz, the Huntley Band Director, and the Huntley School Dictrict express their sincere appreciation to all that worked so diligently for this major purchase. SCHOOLBOARD MEETINQ BAND UNIFORMS PURCHASED The Huntley District 158 School Board approved the purchase of 45 band uniforms and 12 color guard uniforms at their December 9 regular meeting. The purchase is the result of a two year fund raising campaign by the Music Boosters, the Band students, the sdiool, and the oommunity. The $13,179100 cost of uniforms is to be funded as foltows: S5,600 Boosters. $2,579 Band students, $3,000 interest eamed on investments and $2,000 • BdttOMioH fimd. The uniform order will be The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School Diftrict #158, Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools, Huntley, Dlinois was held in the Ifig^ School building on November 18, 1982 at 7:30 p.m. The President called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Upon roll call the following Continued on Page 8 VILLAQE BOARD MEETING MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was held on December 2, 1982 in the Board Room of the Village Hall and brought to order at 8:00 P.M. by President Enstrom. Present were President En¬ strom, Trustees Wicke, Dhamer Berlin, Brown, Rudsinski, and Mercer. Also attending were Attomey Binder for Village Attomey Szura, Village Engin¬ eer Schwegel and members of the Public Works Department. The minutes of the November 4th, 1982 meeting were brought before the Trustees for approval wliereupon there being no additions nor corrections they stood approved as presented. Next the bills for the current month's expenses were set before the Board and after examination of same, a motion was made by Trustee Dhamer, seoonded by Trustee Mercer, to approve the payment of all bills with the exception of the Joseph Huemann invoice in the amount of $6,267.60. Upon roll call, all trustees jntfed aye and the motion carried. At this same time, an invoice ftom Heinemann Hardware in the amount of $200.00 for the purdiase of tools for the public works department was submit¬ ted for approval. A motion was made by Trustee Dhamer, secondec by Trustee Brown, to approve the payment of same and roll noted: Berlin, aye; Brown, aye;Rudsinski, pass; Dhamer, aye; Wifke, aye; and MeroeC) aye. Motion carried. President Enstrom then called on Mr. and Mrs. Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner. They came before the meeting to discuss the water flooding at Church and Douglas and explained to the Board the damage that was being done to their property because of this water. A lengthy discussion ensued regarding this problem, noting that there appeared to be insufiident drains on this street to carry the water away. They were answered by the Board that the level of this area was the same as the Kishwaukee creek at the south end of town and that when the creek overflowed, the water at tis low level on Church and Douglas would stand until the creek oould come back to its normal level as this is where the run-off ends from the storm drainage sewers. The residents also stated that they were unable to get the police to put up road blocks to stop the speeding cars from adding to the flooding on their property. They advised that they had asked many times for this to be done and it was ignored. President Enstrom and Trustee Wicke assured tiiem on behalf of the Board that ttiese road blocks or makers would l>e pot up the nezt time this happened. Begarding the drain- Continued on Page 7 IJEGION CHRISTMAS PARTY Last Saturday night, the Huntley American Legion St Auxiliary I hosted their annual Christmas Party at the Legion Home. A oodrtall hour was held preceding the delicious tutkey dinner with all the trimmings whidi was served by the Celas of the 1st Congregational Churdi. Mayor Don Enstrom acted as MC. He introduced Betty Ziit, Auxiliary President. Mrs. Zirk praised Mabel Scfauhz and Wanda Enstrom for the time they donate to prepare the many dinnert served at the Legion. She wiahed everyone a good Holiday seaaon. Ron Emricaon, n>st Commander, praised Wanda Enatrom and Mabel SdiuHz for tiie good Job they do for the Lc^n Home. He said die Auxiliary does a magnificient job. He tlianked Legion memlMsrs who donate their time; Oeorge Waaaerstraas fer tlie good Continued on Page 5 %.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|