The Huntley Farmside
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irht Entitle^ i^armsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1989 VOLUME 29-NUMBER 11 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-6621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Reunion of 1939. 1940 & 1941 The Huntley High School graduates and classmates of 1939, 1940 and 1941 held their reunion at the American Legion on June 10, 1989. Mrs. Helen Marlowe was a special guest representing her husband Henry as the former Agriculture teacher. A very enjoyable time was had renewing memories of the past. Presenting the Class of 39': Elizabeth Clanton Farney, John Van Ness, Nelson Brian, Robert Beatie, Margaret Boncosky Swanson, Delwin Borhart, Vernon Heine. Front row: Dorothy O'Brien Brian, Frances Hartman Borhart, Herbert Hensel, Charles Frank, Jeanette Amos Nagel, Anna Kahl Lohneis, present but not in picture: Leola Owens Ehorn, Donald Zimmerman. Presenting the Class of 40': Donald Donahue, William Clanton, Richard Enstrom, Myrtle Beager Bauman, Milton Stading. Front row: Lois Lazansky Block, Marion Schmitt Zarndt, Ellen Helper, Helen Traub Meier, Betty Frost Rudsinski, Francis Nickels. n Presenting the Class of 41': Dorothy Kahl Clanton, Ear! Lamz, Lowell Ackman, Wayne Zimmerman, Jane Rugh Miller. Front row: Clyde Bakley, Virginia Nickel Keiser, Gwyneth Hartman Abts. Recycling Roundup Huntley School Receives Grant The McHenry County Defenders will sponsor their first Use It Again Sale on June 22-23. Hours of the sale will be Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale will be held at the First United Methodist Church, 236 Crystal Lake Avenue (corner of Dole and Crystal Lake Ave.) in Crystal Lake. The Defenders have called this sale "the garage sale to end all garage sales." Proceeds will be used to help pay for the baler recently purchased by the Defenders which is making it possible for them to recycle cardboard and plastic milk and water bottles. Garage sales are really just another way of recycling - that is, re-using items in their original form. Re-use saves energy and raw materials, saves money for the purchasers, and makes money (in this case) for the Defenders. Defenders will no longer purchase newspaper. Persons having items which they wish to contribute to the sale should call the Defenders at 815-338-0393 or Therese Hall at 815-459-0366. The Forest Foundation, Des Plaines, Illinois, has launched its 1989 grant program with distribution of more than (160,000 in peer leadership grants to 20 area schools and organisations. Huntley Consolidated School District 158 received a grant for $6,000 which will be used to continue and expand its numerous peer leadership and other student group support activities. Bible School "Joy Trek: Journey Through Time and Space," is the theme of the Vacation Bible School beginning July 17-21, 9-11:30 a.m. at the First Congregational Church of Huntley. Kids will enjoy creative Bible discovery sessions, supervised craft projects, puppet shows, Mary Jane Such (rt), administrator at Forest Hospital, Des Plaines, presents a check for $6,000 from the Forest Foundation to Superintendent Robert Bunt and Pamela Krau of Huntley Consolidated School District 158. The grant will enable the district to continue and expand its broad-based peer counseling program and other support group activities. Voters Register At Town Picnic Newcomers to the area and others who have never registered will have an opportunity to register to vote at the Town Picnic, Sunday, June 25. A booth will be set up from 1:30 to 2:30 for this purpose. One form of identification is needed to register. Also voters who have moved from one precinct to another within McHenry County will be able to change their address at this time and apply for another card. Your card must show your correct address. Huntley area has two polling locations. The boundary is east side of Route 47 for Precinct #1, located at Huntley City Hall. Those living on the west side of Route 47 vote at the Township Garage and are in Precinct #4. If you have lost your voter's card, this would be a good time to apply for another one. Come to the Town Picnic and register. FATHER My father's face is brown with sun. His body is tall and limber. His hands are gentle with beast or child And strong as hardwood timber. My father's eyes are the colors of sky. Clear blue or gray as rain: They change with the swinging change of days \Vhile he watches the weather vane. That galleon, golden upon our bam. Veers with the world's four winds. My father, his eyes on the vane, knows when To fill our barley bins. To stack our wood and pile our mows With redtop and sweet tossed clover. He captains our farm that rides the winds, A keen-eyed brown earth-lover. ^ Frances Frost lively singing and much more funI For more information or to enroll students, call the Church office Monday or Friday afternoons 669-3691 or Helen Ruth 669-3731. The cost per child is $3 and $5 per family. Open to all interested children.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|