The Huntley Farmside
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Ire Muntlcff tetnatte Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, MAY 10,1964 VOLUME 25 -NUMBER 6 y^mw^ sES SBKVlrtO THE PB(N*U OP HUmur SiNCB l«iO iHiPHf^i WHERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE Pictured above is a scene taken at last Sunday's Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast at approximately 11 am. Less than 70 people attended the Scout's Annual Event. In years past between 3 and 4 hundred people have attended this affair. A visitor from out of town exclaimed "Where are all the people?'"'Where are all the mcmis and dads, the grandmas and grandpas, the aunts and uncles and the people from Huntley?" "Don't they cate about the Scouting Program and the young people of this town?" The photographer who took these pictures did not have the answers. Mother's Day Banquet Cheen aod tears through the years - a fashion show o< unusual and unique hats will be given at die Flnt Congregation¬ al Church Social Hall on May 12th at 6:30 by Judith Porter and Carol Donahue. Skits, music, readings and dancing wiO portray die history women played in the develop¬ ment of McHenty Coanty. Dinner tickets ate available firom Don Hatdy, Carl Hill, Herb Eggen and Henty Marlowe. All ladies and lassies ate invited to attend. Senior Citizen's To Meet At St. Mary's Huntley Senior Qtizens will hold theit next montfaly meeting on Thursday, May 24th at the St Mary's Chotch Sodal Hall. The day and place for the meeting is changed for this month only. The usual pot-ltt(± will begin at 12 noon. All Seniors in tfae Huntley area ate Invited to attend. Please bring a ' dish to pass and your own table service. (Bachelors may make a contribstion instead of bringing a dish to pass). Dessert will be fntnished by our hosts. Enter¬ tainment wU be furnished in die afteraoon. Trinity CarWasli To be held at Tilnify Lutiieran Church oo Saturday, May 12di, beginaliig at 9:00 am. Come...let die teeos of THalty give your car a good "spring deatthig"! Yoor bustaess will beappndatodi FFA Purent Member Banquet Deat Friends and Neighbors, As the year draws to a close, the dme has come for tfae annual FFA Parent Member Banquet. This years banquet wiU be held on May 15, at 7:30 pm, in tbe Grade Schod Gym. Dinner will be served pot-ludt, with a main dish of ham and roast beef, provided by tfae FFA. Please come and show your support of the Hunttey FFA program. Sincerely, Jennifer Massett Secretary Lioness Meeting May 16tli. The Hundey Uoness wiU hold dieir board meedng at the American Legion at 6:30 pm, Wednesday, May 16di. The regular meeting wiD begin at 7:30. Don Bower wiU be our guest to discuss membership and Robin Spiniolas will be installed as a new member. Gail Wasserstrass is her sponsor. The Lioness invite odier interested women to visit tUs meedng. We would like to see our membership grow. Bnke Sale Reminder Just s reminder that the Senior Qdxen's Bake aad Ddi Sale is dils coming Saturday, May 12di. It is an eicdieat way to help Mom wldi preparing for Modier's Day. The Bake Sale starts at 9 AM so please get diete early. MayBableg Dance May 19 We are still lo(4dng for more May and December birthday people to help make this daace a chance to celebrate their birth¬ days. Please call Wanda En¬ strom at 669-5734, Chuck Dammyer at 669-3191 or Del Dammyer at 669-3191, and contribute $10 toward expenses, invite your friends fbr a free night of dancing to the music of die Rolling Hills Band, and a free lunch. We want everyone to come to make it a great success. Scliolarsliips Available The Huntley Lioness Club are again offering a scholarship to Hnndey area college sta¬ dents. Requirements are as foUows: 1. Having qualified ft completed. 4 or mote semester creditB at a mqior coUege/uahrerslty or Jr. cdi^e wldi belag In or entering a major college or tudverslty. 2. Proride proper LD. of completed aad qualified 4 or more seoMster etedlti of ftatate latent OPA. S.Myfiaaadalaklneed. 4.Myfntatelateat Please contact oor ScholatBhtp Coounitlee fbr appUcatloa. DeadUae fbr niplkttloa to UoaessOoblsJaly 1.1964. Coatactr CH-Dorodiy SchaUer - 669-5010. BohUe iMOMr • 669-5591 or Baiban Johason • 815-923-4267. Sabmlt ^pUcaHoas to: Haat¬ ley Uoness Cfarii. Sdiolafthip ComilttBe. Hoatey. IL 60142. Wiaalag appBcaat wfll be aott&ed aad awarted la Jaly. ViUage Board Minutes _ _ The Sat Regnlar Meetfaig A Hsdag of said UDs is attKted of die 19e4-1965 fiscal year of >Mnto. die Village Board of Ttasteea was held oo May 3, 1964 la tfae Board Room of die Village HaU and brought to order by Pterideat Eastrom at 8:00 pm. Preseat were Presldeat Ea¬ strom, Thutees Berlla, Browa, Ahreas, Dhamer. Wkke aad Meroer. Also atteadiag were Village Attoraey Scura, Village Engiaeer Schwegel. CUef of PoUoe Rossi, members of the PubUc Worts Departmeat and Village CoUeetor Stub. The miautes of tbe R^alar Meeting of April 5.1964 aad die Annaal Meettag of April 23. 1964 were bradght before die Board. TraslM Ahreas brought to die attention of die Board diat die Oerk had omitted a second to the last motion by Thutee Meroer regarding the payroU la the minutes of the Annu^ Meeting. Upon che(±lng. it was found tfaat Trastee Brown had made the second to tfais motion. Wldi dils correction, die Presi¬ dent dedared diat die mlnates of botfa meetiag staad approred as corrected. IThe flnaacial ststemeats were tfaen reviewed. Trastee Memr made a motion to aco^ die Treasurer's Report aa presented and to give spedal tbiAa to aU three 1^ fbr dieb extra effort in havtag pr^Mted dieir teports in time for dds meetiag, noting that it was year ead. M^on was seconded by Trustee Browa aad upon roU caO. aU trastees voted aye and die motioa cartied. The Mils were diea reviewed and after same, a motion was made by Trastee Meroer, secooded by llrnstBe Wkke. to approve of tfaeir payment aad upon roU caU. aU trastees voted aye aad dw motion was catried. Presldeat Easlrom preeeatDd aff iavoioe ttom Nortbeastera Planalag Coounisrioa of DUaois in die amoaat of Slll.OO. whkh is an aaaaal reqaestfbr support A motion was made by Trastee Meroer. seconded by Thutee Dhamer. to improve of tfais payawat to NIK aad 1900 roO caO. aU trustees voted aye aad dw mottoa carried. Tbe Preskkat dwa read a diaak yoa aote from Jim Scfanltx for dw Board's get wdl wishes. The mext matter to coom befbre. the Board was the Planalag Comadsslon's recom¬ mendation to tfae Zoning Board of Appeals la te Mr. BoUey's request for a vaiiaaoe to boUd tfaree fbor-onltbalkfiags on Lots 1, 2, and 3 of Us FIfdi Addition to Huntley. At dwk meettag held April 16, a recommenda¬ tion was made to disapprove of tfak reqnest Aie to lart of enoogh footage hi each lot On AprU 2Sdi tfae Zonlag Board of Appeak hdd a meettag to hear tfae appUeatton cf K.P. Baktey to iwoae tbe afbtesald proper^ fron Ml to 13. The petition was deaied by dw ZonU« Bosrd of Appeeia tegat^ag the vatiaaoe for bnUdlng dw foor-ualt buUdiags on Lots 1, 2, aad 3, however, tfaey did recomnwad to tfae Village Board to grant the rezoUng of saaw fhm Ml to S3, the Trustees qoestiooed Mr. Bakley aad Mr. SpradHa, who was to boUd on tfaese lots, regardtag tfaeir petition. There- after a motion was made by Trastee Meroer, seconded tqr Trastee Dhamer, to aeoept tfae Zonlag Board of i^pook recomawadatfon to pendt tfae Continned on Page 2 '¦ Caramel Com Day in Huntley Pktnred above k Uoness Mark Fettes as she aeBs Caiaaid Cora in front of tiw Hondey Post Oflke. WHfa tor k Heka latfa. The Uooess Chib took la over S600 doOats Iti dooatlons Caramel Cora Day. The proceeds go to dw Fooadatloo for dw BUad aad fbr dw heating Impaired. "llw Uooess Chib would Hke to diadc 1 who worked aad dwse who gave.
|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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