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(Hife ButitleQ J^armstdie VOLUME 18-NUMBER 18 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10,1978 PHONE- (i69-562Mf no answer ce'i 459-1456 or 459-0998 PAGES SEBVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLET SffiCE 19M ' 15c PER COPY 4.H WINN£;RS AT THE FAIR PASTOR HARM TO BE HONORED THIS SUNDAY Marlowe Feed and Hatchery. Huntley, purchased the 4-H Grand Champion Rate Of Gam Steer Saturday at the 4-H and FFA Livestock auction at the McHenry County Fair. The steer, raised by Phillip Kearns, Huntley, weighed 1,450 pounds and was purchased for $155 a pound. From left: Phillio Kearrs. Bob Thompson and Dawn Vogts, 1978 4-H King and Queen and Henry Marlowe. •^ (Don Peasley Photo) Pastor and Mrs. Harm: Taken in 1966 after first arriving m Huntley Linda Borhart, Huntley, received honors as best showman in the 4-H Dairy competition at the McHenry County Fair. She received the Pat Williams traveling trophy, a honor given yearly to the outstanding showman in this show. Linda also received recognition for her Holstein as the Grand Champion Holstein and Best Udder of the 4-H show. (Don Peasley Photo) VILLAGE BOARD MINUTES The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was held on August 3, 1978 and was brought to order at 8:00 P.M. by President Enstrom in the Board Room ofthe Village Hall. Those present were: Presi¬ dent Enstrom, Trustees Ackman Eisenmenger, Lohneis. Mercer and Stroupe, absent: Trustee Frank. Also, attending were Attomey Caldwell, Village En¬ gineer Schwagel, Public Works Superintendent Swanson and Chairman Dhamer of the Plann¬ ing Commission. The July 6th. 1978 minutes were brought before the Board. The Oerk was cautioned to use new line item numbers and accounts according to the new budget, and there being noi additions nor corrections, the minutes then stood approved as presented. It was noted that the Treasur- er"s Report was subject to change due to the fact that the books were yet to be received, from the auditors and no bank; statements were received by the Treasurer. It was also noted that again no managerial re¬ ports were received from the auditing firm. Trustee Stroupe made a motion, seconded by Trustee Ackman, to tentatively approve the report subject to comment later. All trustees voted aye and the motion carried. President Enstrom called Mr. Norm Brettschneider. represen¬ ting the Huntley School Board, as the next order of business. He stated that there was a drainage problem at the back of the new school gymnasium and asked on behalf of the district if the village would take care of the storm sewer in that area, in that its placement was not in proper position to handle water now that a grading operation had begun. The sewer and water committee were to meet with the school board to resolve this. Mr. Brettschneider was also informed that the developer donation was to be studied further by the Planning Com¬ mission and that the Boark planned to act upon this at the September meeting. The Tavern Committee an¬ nounced that they had met July 24th regarding the restaurant liquor license so discussed Continued on Inside Page This Sunday, Pastor Frederick Harm of Trinity Lutheran Church will be honored following the 10:15 a.m, service which he will conduct. This will be the last service that Pastor will say at the church. He will be leaving Huntley shortly to become a professor of Systematic Theology at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. Pastor was born on November 4, 1923, in Queens. His twin brother, Rudolph, arrived fifteen minutes later making Pastor the older brother. They were baptized at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Brooklyn. New York. He grew up in New York and will gladly try to explain to anyone what makes up Brooklyn and New York. After attending public school 108, he moved on to John Adams High School. In 1941, Pastor began his college career at Long Island University, which briefly ended in 1943 as he joined the Air Force as an instructor in aircraft maintenance. During his Air Force stay in Sioux City, Iowa, romance bloomed as he met his wife. Arlene. They met in 1944 and were married in 1945. In 1946, with his service to his country completed. Pastor retumed to college and continued on to the Seminary from which he graduated in 1950. From 19S01%2 the Harms had congregations in South Dakota and New York. In 1962 they moved to Grant Park. In 1965, the Harms arrived in Huntley with their six children; Fritz, Judy, Scott, Beckie. Mary Jo. and Bonnie. Since their arrival. Pastor attained his Masters Degree in 1%1 from C. W. Post College and his Doctorate in Theology in 1968. In 1975, Huntley residents were invited to share Pastor's 25th Anniversary in the ministry. Last month. Pastor Harm announced his decision to become a teacher of theology saying that it was a hard decision to leave Huntley. Following the 10:15 a.m. service, there will be a farewell pot-luck luncheon in the church. From 2-4 p.m. there will be an ooen house. Continued on Inside Page LIONS CLUB PICNIC The Aqnual Lions Club Wcnic will be August 13 at Deicke Park. Chairman ofthe event will be Bill Kearns, assisted by Lions Don and Dick Kohley. There is a donation of $10.00 per family and please bring a dish to pass. 11 a.m. is the starting time. The next regular meeting will be Sept. 12 at the Legion Home. September 14 is a Zone meeting at Andre's Steak House in Richmond. Directors and mem¬ bers planning to attend are urged to contact the President or Secretary. Reservatioos are needed by Sept. 6th.
|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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