The Huntley Farmside
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^(•^ HUNTLEY ^0^^^ VOLUME 1—NO. 88 Tharsday, Nvvember 17,1960 FHOMS HimUey 5621 — C. L. iW-OMH HOBCE PHONK 459-4088 6 PAGES VIAJLED AND DISTRIBVTBD VfJEBKUr 5c Per Oc^y Tke Junior Class Play Basketall Begins Friday, November 18, is the date of Huntley's first high school bas- kketball game of the season. The Redskins will be out to scalp the Richmond quintet to avenge their loss of the opening football game of the season to the Rockets. The game will be played at Richmond. The second game is at Hebron on Tuesday, November 22. A complete schedule of the Huntley Redskin basketball games will appear in next week's Hunkley Farmside, as well as complete run-down on both of these games. Due to the Thanksgiving holi¬ day, The Huntley Farmside will come out on Friday instead of Thursday next week. Ne^nv Business Opening Tues. Mike Kiley of Huntley, will be opening a new business on the Huntley scene. Kiley's Cities Serv¬ ice will begin operations at the corner of Route 47 and Algonquin Road on November 22. Mr. Kiley has been a lifelong resident of Huntley and for the past eight years has operated a milk route which he will continue to provide. The service station business is not new to the Kiley family, as Mr. Kiley's brother many years ago operated a fuel oil service station in Crystal Lake before op¬ ening a new car agency. Next week the Huntley Farmside will devote its Know Your Merchant column to the Kiley service sta¬ tion. Footkall Ban^^uet Success Approximately one hundred and forty people atended the Football Banquet sponsored by the school last Tuesday night, November 15. A fried chicken dinner was served after which the following players received their letters: John Conley, Dave Frohling, Henry Miller, Larry Kahl, Lyle Marlowe, Ray Colo. Terry Hen¬ ning, Stan Henning, Bud Bohart, Bob Miller, Bruce Webber. It was mentioned that the fol¬ lowing Huntley players made the all-conference teams: 1st teann: Bruce Webber and Bob Miller; 2nd team: Bud Bohart, fullback; Stan Henning, tackle; Larry Kahl, end. Terry Henning, center, and Ha^' Cob. end, received honorable mention. The guest speaker was Mr. Joe Vintucri, who is head football and basketball coach at Auburn High School, Rockford. He attended col- FOOTBALL BANQUET (Continued on Page 4) Neiir Service Station In Toi^n Jr. Class Play Presented Saturday The Junior Class of Huntley High School presented "Hillbilly Weddin' " Saturday, Nov. 12, in the Huntley gymnasium. An ex¬ cellent crowd attended the play. "Hillbilly Weddin' " is a three-act comedy. Paw Belsnickle is a man with six problems, namely his six unmarried daughters. Juney Lou, his third daughter, wants to mar¬ ry Homer Upschlager. Paw feels that this solves one of his prob¬ lems, bua Maw insists that Juney cannot get hitched until Ceelie, an odl maid of 19, and Bonnie Mae, a bookworm, are safely hitched. May elects Paw to get husbsmds for Ceelie and Bonnie Mae. Paw takes his gun and decides to wing husbands for his two oldest daughters. Bonnie Mae refuses to allow Paw to shoot any prospec¬ tive husbands. In the midst of Paw's hunting, Ronald Maxwell, a medical stu¬ dent, and his aunt Lucy Maxwell, become stranded near the Bels¬ nickle cabin. They seek temporary shelter with the Belsnickles. Bon¬ nie Mae and Ceelie are both at¬ tracted to the stranger. Bonnie keeps her admiration secret, but Ceelie refuses to marry anyone else. This present a problem since Ceelie is the dirtiest Hillbilly girl in the Valley. Two unmarried neighbors, Obeey and Chiz Up¬ schlager decide that the stranger is a menace to the welfare of the Belsnickle girls. They decide to fake a feud to scare Ronnie'Max¬ well away. Paw, being ignorant of the Upschlagers' plan, plans a feud of his own. Both sides decide to use poor Ceelie as bait. During the feuds, Ceelic's pet ratlesnake gets JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Continued on Page Z Annual Grade Sckool Winter The Huntley Grade school will present its annual grade school Winter Concert on Saturday eve¬ ning, 8:15 p.m., Nov. 19, at the Huntley Consolidated Schools gym, Huntley, directed by Roger A. Perley. The Cadet Band will present: "Trail Blazer March," Holmes; "American Cowboy Overture," Buchtel; a narrated story, "Crime Does Not Pay," Weber, narrated by Nancy Ungs; "Salute to Brahms," Kinyon; and "Great Gate of Kiev," Johnson. The Beginners Band, organized for a short time, will play "Play¬ ground Scene,' Diedrick. The Tth and 8th Grade Mixed WINTEB CONCERT Continaed on Page Z Huntley Lions Cluk Meeting Eighteen of 21 members were in attendance at the meatloaf dinner prepared by the American Legion Auxiliary ladies. Chuck Lamz was a guest of Lion Kelly at the Nov. 9 meeting of the Huntley Lions Club. Lion Thurow read the secretary- treasurer's reports. The reix)rts were read, moved, seconded, and accepted. The Gun Raffle-Trap Shoot sum¬ mary report was presented by Lion Burmeister. Lion Cole re¬ ported that all of the 1100 tickets were sold prior to the gan raffle drawing. A final report was presented on the children's Halloween Party of Oct. 31, by Lions Pereley and Runge. Lions Meyers and Weber were appointed as chairmen of the Lions Christmas party. The date for the party was set as Nov. 29, and this •late will replace the Lions meet¬ ing of Nov. 22. Discussion of the party took place. The school Christmas party of Dec. 19 was discussed. This party is presented in connection with the school Christmas Concert and with the cooperation of other local groups. The Lions committee is composed of Lions Zimmermman, chairman, Marlowe, Johnson, Thu¬ row and Ortleb. A letter was received from the Huntley Consolidated Schools Mu¬ sic Department requesting funds for securing flags for the school's use. The letter was discussed, and a motion was made to contribute to the project; seconded, passed. The meting was adjourned, sec¬ onded, and passed, until the next meeting date. Neiv Sckult^ Drug Store Building With the work on the new Schultz Drug Store building pro¬ gressing fast, Bob Schultz is hop¬ ing to move his business from its present location on Woodstock St. to Main St. within the coming two weeks. This new store will provide the people of Huntley and sur¬ rounding areas with a complete line of drugs, sundries and pre¬ scription service. The new store will be ultra modern in all depart¬ ments. A new proscription depart¬ ment to give the people the best in prescription service. A new cosmetic section to provide the women with cosmetics from Rev- Ion, Helena Rubenstein, Coty, Max Factor, Cutex and many other manufacturers. The men's depart¬ ment will provide a complete line of tobaccos, cigars, and men's gifts A new greeting card department NEW DRUG STORE (Continued on Page 2) Nov. Meeting of Huntley PT A November 9, 8 p.m. Huntley Con¬ solidated School Gym, Huntley, was the meeting date of the Hunt¬ ley P.T.A., this was the 249th meeting. The meeting was called to order by P.T.A. President Mrs. P. Swan¬ son. Th treasurer's report was read by Mr. C. Runge The minutes of the October P.T.A. meeting were read, and corrected, by Mr. Perley. Mrs. Palmer made a mo¬ tion to accept the minutes; Mrs. Bennet seconded, carried. Room Banner Awards for Sep¬ tember were: for the high school, the Junior class; for the grade school. Grade 7A. For the month of October: the high school, the Freshman class; for the grade school, Grade 7B. The November Food Conunittee was mentioned. Mesdames Bjorn and Gruner as co-chairmen, Bor' hart. Botcher, Briton, Bungard, Burmeister, Cardogan, Chally and Clark. Excess sandwiches from the Fall Festival were donated to Wood¬ stock Chidren's Home. A Thank- you note was received. Mr. Weber spoke of the coming Football Banquet. Mr. William Palmer presented his report concerning the McHen¬ ry County P.T.A. Council meeting. The first meeting was held at the Cary Grade School. The meetings are held at various representative schools during the year; the coun¬ cil meets on a quarterly basis. The program included: 1. business ses¬ sion, 2. a film and review on par¬ liamentary procedure, 3. discus¬ sion of P.T.A. publications, 4. a speech concerning the McHenry County Easter Seal program, and 5. Mr. Palmer was declared a member of the nominating commit¬ tee. A report was given on the dis¬ trict P.T.A. meeting held at North Chicago. The reports were given by Mrs. William Palmer and Mrs. P. Swanson. Mrs. Palmer attended the library session whereby read¬ ing should be done by both par¬ ent and student, at home as well as in school. Mrs. Swanson at¬ tended the spiritual education ses¬ sion whereby children are to be encouraged to attend church, but no tie is to exist between religious groups and the public schools. Character building is important, and should be done primarily by good parent examples. A teacher who has to spend time on discip¬ linary problems is losing valuable teaching time. Huntley P.T.A. members who are interested in serving on some of the District P.T.A. committeef are advised to contact Mrs. P. Swanson. A Room-Mother Subject dis¬ cussion was held. It was decided Continued on Page 2) HUNTLEY PTA Legion Featker Party Louis Sciiaditaer Is shown abvve wUh toriray given «• door prtee.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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