The Huntley Farmside
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9ifte HUNTLEY ^'"•"^'^^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1962 >'OLUME 3 — NUMBER 29 PHONB: 312-669-5621 (any time) (If no anwser) 815>-469-0998 rir,H: ^¦;N.':.^y ri; n,\ 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 5e PER COP> Netv Businessmen lit Toiivn Mr. James C. Collins, Jr. of Crystal Lake, announced last week that he had purchased the Schultz Drug Company and took over aper- ation last Friday, October 12. Mr. Collins was born and raised in Chicago and moved to Crystal Lake several years ago. He grad¬ uated from high sch^ in 1946 and served through ISj^H^ the armed services. From lOl^Tnrough 1951 he attended the University of Ill¬ inois and graduated with a degree in commerce. In 1953 he went to to Drake University and received his degree in pharmacy in 1956. During his stay at Drake he work¬ ed summers and ^A|r school at Musket and HenriJ^^, a chain of ten drugstores in Chicago with all night service. He continued with this firm after his graduation from the school. Since moving to the McHenry County area, Mr. Collins has work¬ ed for the Nye Drug store in Mc¬ Henry, Flanigan's PhSrmacy in Algonquin, and Hubert's Pharmacy in Woodstock. He married the former Mary Kay Neiman of McHenry whose mother originally came from the V2 Huntley area. He has a son 9V4 years old. At the present time he is looking for a houre in Huntley and hopes to give the community the same fine service that the Schultzes had given the community for the past two years. Pictured above is Jessica Koppen (centM') andand her two afternoon waitresses, Janet Wilson (left) and Mabel Scholtz (right). Jessica and her hnsband reciently parched the Green Diantend. Village BoardL Meeting The regular meeting of the Hun¬ tley Village Board was called to order by president Brill Thursday evening, October 4, at 8 P.M. Trus¬ tees present were: Fitzi, Delaney, Wasserstrass, Rudy, Meyer, D. En¬ strom, and R, Enrtrom. Absent: none. The treasurer's report an minu¬ tes from the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. Bud Weber, President of the Huntley school board, and two citizent were present and discu|s- ed a school crossing at Rt. 47 and mill St. The board decited by a unanimous vote to place a crossing guard at this intersection. The ex- pence will be paid half by the Hun¬ tley school district and half by the Village Board. The school is to l>e in charge of hiring and adminis¬ tration of the crossing. -Permission was granted to the Public Service Co. to enlarge their substation in Huntley. A motion was made by Delaney and seconded by Meyer to have the engineers redesign the storm sewer route from the Algonquin Blacktop down through Church St on the East side of said street to connect with the new storm sewer. Roll Call: Ayes — Delaney, Meyer Enstrom. Nayes - Rudy, Fitzi, Wasserstrass. President Brill voted For the motion — Motion carried. It was voted to receive bids on th^ new street to be constructed in front of the fire station. This leg¬ al notice was published in last week's Huntley Fannside. It was decided to have the Vill¬ age attorney draw up an ordince for the village stating that the police chiefshould be a resident of the Village and that extra police be hired at the discretion of the Village Board. Being no futher business, the meeting was adjourned. School Board Notes On October 12, 1962, the School Board of Huntley Consolidated School met at 7:30 p.m. for their regular monthly meeting. All mem¬ bers were present except Mr. Schultz and Mrs. Kundo. The minutes of the previous Bud¬ get meeting on September 14, 1962 and the regutar moetvig on 'Sep¬ tember 18, 1962 were read and ap¬ proved. CJeorge Adams presented the pew appointments for advisors on the Agricultural Education Com¬ mittee, All were unanomously ap¬ proved by the Board. Vernon Drendel, Duane Koppen, Wayne Sherwin, and Alvin Hoffman were appointed for three year terms, and Howard Jaster and Lee Hen- nins were named as alternates. Wayne Sherwin is a reappoint¬ ment, having filled out the re¬ mainder of Ward Plane's term. Retiring Committee members are Irwin Manke, Herman Albrecht, and Mac Bundgard. Fund transfers were approved as renuired by j^k Use of tht^^PiooI gymnasium was granted to the Huntley Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts for a Scout-ORama to.be bsAd on ^atttr- day, February 9, 1963. TVoops and packs in the surrounding area will be participatinj Lions Meeting by Roger A. Perley Nineteen Lion members of the Huntley Lions Club were present at the first October meeting. They were served a chop suey din¬ ner by the American Legion Auxiliary at the American Legion Home. Lions Miller and Bankus were honored by receiving their official organization materials. Lion Secretary Treasurer pre¬ sented his respective reports which were accepted by the club mem¬ bers. Lion President Marlowe an¬ nounced that Lion I>elany was selected as the Lion-of-the-month; an article concerning Lion Delan¬ ey will appear at a later date. Lion Burmeister gave the com¬ mittee report concerning the com¬ ing Children's Halloween Party that will be held at the school on the respective date. It was decided that the Huntley Lions will build their own trap shoot shelter this year. Discussion was held concerning the coming trap shoot of October 28, 1962. It appears that the tickets are l)eing sold, and that there are not a great number remaining. Lion Cole said that if some persons in the club needed additional tickets they s:hould contact various broth¬ er members to se if they had some that they OouM use. A special meeting will be held CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO The SchoolHlbard- was very gratified to -fteive individual notetjooks with necessary school information neatly indexed. These were prepared by Mr. Thomas Kelly and will be very useful. Regular bills were read and ap¬ proved for payment. last year's book* bills were also approved for payment. A report was gi\'en on progress in obtaining a new incinerator and fire door to the Coach's room as suggested by the State Dept. of Public Safety and Fire Protection. The Board discussed the Jr. Col¬ lege situation and suggested that Huntley should have someone pre¬ sent at the County-wide meetings, should contact Sunt. Thomas Kel¬ ly or Board President Mr. Weljer. Protection of children at the school crossing at the south end of the school at Rte 47 has been provided. School Board represen¬ tatives attended the Village Board meeting where it was jointly de¬ cided to hire Mr. Emest Stading Sr., as crossing guard. The Village Board has hired and deputized him and the cost will be shared equally by the Village and the School. Mr. Stading will be at the crossing fn»n 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and from 3:20 p.m. to 4 p.m. on each shoU d_ay. Due to conflict with the date of the Annual Slave Sale on Fri¬ day, November 9th, the next boar meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Nov, 2nd. NOTICE Grafton Girls 4-H Club will hold its first meeting of the new year Monday evening, October 22. It is it be at the home of Marjorie and Nancy Jensen at 7:30. All gijls in- Herested In cooking and sewing & who are in 7th grade of older are welcome to attend.. -NOTICE- During the next few week many Huntley Residents will be raking and burning leaves. The Villiage Officials urge residents to comply with the ordinance which states that leaver should not be raked or burned on Huntley streets. Your co-operation will be greatly apprea- ted in this matter. W. Brill, Mayor Card of Thanks The Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church wishes to express their thanks to all those who helped make our annual family style chicken din¬ ner possible. 1019 people were served, not counting the children under 4 years. An Editors note: The Huntley Farmside wishes to appologize for failer to adver¬ tise as requested the Hrinity Ev, Lutheran Church dinner proyerly. -N^ICE- Wednesday, October 17, 1962, the freshman class will sponsor a home-made ^uOy «»te.^«i«.A6- juncii hour. Tills sale will be Tor both elementary and high school students. Prices will range from two to fifb^^ cents. J. V. Cheerleaders Pictured above are Huntley J.V. Cheerleaders as they give a cheer at a recent Huntley Game. They are (left to right) Connie Koch, Joyce Ack¬ man, Sandra Ztanmernnan, Card Gruner, and Unda Seyler. It's A Tottchdo-wn The above plctur to sf a Hantley J.V. VwMuU ptayer mmUat •*«»•«*¦ down in last Monday's game. A miiiet after this ^fiebar was ttfnn tfteb^ was tackled, but the touchdo^im was goodas alw ema be aeea *^^^J^^ ee In the background is befinlng to rigtut. Futher ta tb» luck gM»a»« Wfi cheerleaders can be seen cheerinf the boy on. FatiiM teM* on l*e fWII^; were not avaflable.
|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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