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xfk HUNTLEY ^^^'i^ VOLURLE 2 — NUMBER 11 THTIRSDAY, JUNE 16, 1961 PBM>Mi: ¦¦Btley 5«21 — C. L. 4Se-0M8 HOME FHONE 489-40S8 10 P.4GES MAILED AM) DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 5c Per Copy TERRIFIC STORM HITS HUNTLEY Marlo^%re*s Hit By Tree Oairy Contest In Huntley On Friday. June 2.'!, McHeny Coountx's Dair\ Princess will be chosen. There art 1.5 candidates thi'.- \ear, the largest number ever enrolled in the contest. The girl cho.sen will be crowned at the Dair\ Banquet June 29 at the auditorium of the fire house in Huntley. Miss Jeannette Seaman of Richmond, the 1960 Dairy Princess, will crown the new queen. Ward Plane is. tho chair¬ man foi' this banquet and tickets are now available from Plane, from members of tlie Council, or at llie Farm Bureau building. Five of the candidates will ap pear on TV on Channel 9 on Sat¬ urday; and on June 22, they will appear on Channel 2 at &:15 A.M.: and again ono Channel 9 June 24 at 11:30 A.M. During the June Dair> month, all of the candidates wiill appear in the county's su- fjcrmarkcts and help in, the pro¬ motion of milk, McHenry Coun¬ ty's loremust product. Last yoar, 316,fKX>,00() [lounds of milk was produced in McHonry County: five million more pounds than any other county in the state. AifrardLs Nigkt D.A. R. Citizenship Award Patricia Kunde Bausch & Lomb Science .Award -Alien Wells National Honor Society Awards Seniors- Bruce Weber, Joyce Kopsell, Stanlej Henning, Carol Remus. Ji^anne Kahl. I.ylc Mar¬ lowe, Phyllis Bell, Sharon Gray, Donna Ketchmark, Allen Wells, Patricia Kund'.', JoAnn Schwab, Susan Plane, Sharon Stading •luniors -Bonnie Borhart, David Frohling. Raymond Colo, Carol Olson, Phxllis Pedersen, Renate Kuestner, Karen Diedrick American Legion Honor Awards Susan Plane and- Bruce Woter Girls' Stale Award Carol Olson ' American Legion Auxil¬ iary Boys' State Award Terry Henning > American Legion Plane and Alien Wells e Student Council .President Susan Plane Valedictorian - Bruce Weber Salutatorian -Joyce Kopsell Service Club Awards Senior oR sbrBteGirlsE Continued on Page 5 AWARDS for 1961 Neighbors are NcigKborly Huntley experienced one of the worst storms in recent years last .Saturday, June 10, at 4:30. Gale winds up to 70 miles an hour were reported to cause much damage throughout the area. The sky blackened, and when the rain came, it was hard for some ob¬ servers to see acro.ss Main Street. Much damage was reported dur¬ ing this stomi. A large tree in Marlowe's yard on Church Street was blown down onto Marlowe's porch breaking the porch and two of the upstairs windows. The wind blew out windows at the M&H Dairy Mart and at Seiler's Ser\icc Station. A large tree was also blown down on Woodstock Street. No damage was rejMjrted as a result of this. For a while during the storm, lights were out in many parts of town. NeW Policeman Huntley's new policeman. Andy Sychcwsk-\, is on the job and ha,s bten for the past week getting acruainted with many people from Huntley. Officer Sychowsky hass been in law-enforcement work for seven year. He ha.s worked with the Fox alle.\' Police Reserve and the sheriff's office as well as rnany police departments around the county. Officer Sychowsky was trained for his type of work by the F. R. I. and other law-en¬ forcement bodies. Ho has the rank of lieutenant in the Fox Valley Police Reserve and has worked on a safety .patrol. He knows first aid. finger printing, and about criminal and court seizures. Officer Sychowsky at the pres ont time lives in Cary. but he plans to move to Huntlej- as soon as he sells his house. He lis 49 years of age. married, and has five children: Andrew Glenn; 17, Daniel Patrick; 10, Mary Eileen; 7, Nora; 5, and Allen Brian; 21^, His wife's name is Eileen. In the past week, officer Sy¬ chowsky has handed out many warniing tickets to motorists for violation of the law. However, he has not given any arrest citations as he feels th(>\- were not needed. He is indeed trying to become used to the customs of the people of this town. Gahan's New Sunporch Mr. M. E Gahan, Sup. of Hunt¬ ley schools, returned home last Saturday from St. Joseph Hospit¬ al. Upon arriving, Mr. Gahan found that his neighbors had built CuntinifMl on page 2 Gahan Returns ...... ........ Doughnut Day Carnival Prices Named Again, as in years past, the Huntley businessmen have do¬ nated their services and materials to the Huntlej American Legion carnival from June 15, to June 18. The prizes donated -by the mer¬ chants will be given out to cus¬ tomers at tho carnival. An equal number will be given out each ^iiight. This is in addition.to the $800 grand prize. More details will be announced over the loud¬ speaker system at the carnival every night. The following is the list of prizes donated to the American Legion for its custo¬ mers by the merchants of Hunt¬ ley. State Bank of Huntley -a S2.5 war bond. Carpentersville Fireworks Com pany 24 aerial bombs. Offie's Tap One quart Ca nadian Club. Ma rlowe Hatchery 100 straight-run das old chicks. Farley Grocery -.55 worth of groceries. Parkside Tav(>rn One bottle of whisk'-y. Chuck's Barber Shop Three hair cuts. Hunlley Farmside 'i-page ad. Huntley Credit Union Three $5 accounts. Huntley Certified One canned Coontinued on Page 9 Carnival l'rl7.es Illinois Grirls State Miss Carol Olson, a student at Huntley High Schoool has been selected to attend Illini Girls State, which will be held the week beginning June 20 to June 27, 1961, on the beautiful campus of MacMurray College in Jackson¬ ville, Illinois. Miss Carol Olson was selected by members of her faculty on the basis of her outstanding charac¬ ter, honesty, leadership, coopera- tiveness, and her scholastic rec¬ ord. The American Legion Auxil¬ iary, Department of Illinois, spon¬ sors Girls State and she will be with five hundred girls, all mem¬ bers of a high school junior class, and all outstanding students of these schools throughout iHo state. Experienced government and civic leaders serve as counselors, guiding and instructing girls in tho functions of our state gov¬ ernment, by being a part of a mythical government patterned after that of our own State of Illinois, The gills spend one day in Springfield, visiting the various government buildings, and -on Sunday, they attend the church of their choice. Sunday, June 25th is visitors' I day and many of the former Continued on Page 8 Illini Girls State American Legion Bar'-Be-'Que The Huntley American Legion held its first annual chicken bar¬ becue last Sunday afternoon. May 11, at R. G. Thoke's Woods west of town oon the Huntley-Union blacktop. Approximately 200 Legionnaires and their families attended. The American Legion prepared 100 chickens and had potato salad, potatoo chips, pickles, and relish to accompany the meal. After dinner many of the Le¬ gionnaires played horseshoes or sat and talked with friends whUe enjoying the beautiful scenery of the woods. Mr. Mike Kiley, owner of the City Service Gas Station, was in charge of this event.
|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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