The Huntley Farmside
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VOLUME 2 — NUMBEB U FBIDAY, JITLY 7, 1961 PHONK ¦mttey 5«B1 — C. U 41»-0et8 HOME PHONE 459-40S8 ^' HUNTLEY ^«^'^^ tpertnea Hl^;(, So 6 PAGES MAHiED and DISTBIBUmD WKBKLT 8e Pw Oen Queen Crouned In Huntley Huntley played a liost this year lo the annual Mcllcnrj- County Dnirx Princess contest. Over .300 people came to the Huntley Fire Barn last Thur.sday, June 29. Last year at the V. F. W. in McHenry, onl\ 125 people attendetl. ThLs is the largest Rroup that is on ree. oril. Mr. Ward Plane, charirman of the ev(-nt. and Huntleys Mayor Brill ga\e welcoming speeches. Ward Plane introduced the candi¬ dates followed hy a welcoming from last year's McHenry County- Dairy Princess, Miss Jeanette Sea¬ man. Susan Plane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Plane, sang "The Lord's Pra\er" after which a de¬ licious roast beef dinner with dairy trimmings was served. Folloowing dinner. Susan Plane led the group in singing "Carolina Moon" and "The Sweetheart of Sigma Ki". Mr. Ward Plane then introduced tho visiting dignitaries. Mr. Bill Watermann, chairman of the Dairy Promotion Council, gave a short speech. More group singing followed Mr. Watermann's speech. The guest speaker of the eve¬ ning was Mr. Cliff Van Eimeren. general sales and advertising man¬ ager of the Dairy Lane division of the Pure iMilk .Assoociation in Milwaukee. Wisconsin. Mr. Van Eimeren stressed tho packaging and mei-ohandising of milk in his speech. He said that so much, emphasis todoa\ is put on pro¬ duction and that \cry little em- [ihasis is put on advertising and things to sell the milk product. He said that if \ou want a person to hu\ a product, you have to tell him what the product is made of and \\h.\' he should buy this prod¬ uct rather than the cheap imi*a tion. Following Mr. Van Eimeren's speech. Ward Plane introduced Mrs. Van Sells who was chairman of fhe judging. Mrs. Van Sells is connected with the Waukegan Ra¬ dio Station as a Woodstock cor¬ respondent. Mrs. Van Sells ex¬ plained how the judges scored, their tails shoots and then opened the envelopes naming tho winner and runner-up in the Miss McHenry Dairy Princess contest. Miss Pa- tiicia Hogan of Ringwood, Illinois, is tho new Miss McHenry County Dairy Princess. Mis Joyce Lcmbcke of Harvard, Illinois, was the run¬ ner-up trailing bj' only one vote. Out of a possible 300 points. Miss Hogan received 288 of the points and Miss I.embcke received 287. Miss I>cmbcke received a bou¬ quet of yellow roses and Miss Hogan received a bouquet of red roses, the crown, and the title of the Miss McHenry County Dairy Prrncess for 191. Princess Contest Left to right are 2nd place winner, Joyce Lemb- cke, Princess Pat Hogan, 1960 Princess Jeanette Seaman; Back Row; William Watermann, man- cqer of Pure Milk receiving plant of Woodstock; Cliff Eimeren, General Sales and Advertis¬ ing Mgr. Dairy Lane Division, Pure Milk Assn., Milwaukee, Wis.; Ward Plane, Huntley, program and banquet chairman; and Mayor Wilpault Brill of Huntley. Tifvi - Lite Little League This years schedule is as fol¬ lows : July 11 Burlington at Huntley July ].'! Huntley at Hampshire This years home games are scheduled for 7:30. Away games are played at 6:30. Furher infor¬ mation is available by phoning Don Erstrom. Manager, at Huntley 3961. Black and White Sko^nv Above are shown Allen Borhart and Ed Jaster, both of whom won ribbens at the Black and white show last Wednesday. Bank uncoveres Phoney Bill Mr. Gerald Molitor, Assistant Cashier of the State Bank of Hunt¬ ley, detected a counterfeit ten dol lar bill that was brought in by one of our local merchants. The counterfeiters have done a particularly good job of reproduc¬ ing this bill. The front side is just a little lighter than the normal ten dollar bill and has the appear¬ ance that possibly it has gone through a washing machine. On the back of the bill the green color is different than a good ten and the printing is not a very good job. The bank is planning on keeping this counterfeit for a couple of weeks for display purposes. NOTICE Due to the 4th. of July Holiday The Huntley Farmside has come on Friday, July 7. This was ann¬ ounced in last weeks paper. Boy Scouts Meet At Bank On Wednesday evening, June 28th, some of the Huntley busi¬ ness men met at the bank to discuss with Mr. Malcolm Ingison, head of McHenry County Boy Scouts, the continuing of the Hunt¬ ley Boy Scout Troop. Another meeting is planned for Wednesday. July 19th, in hopes that we may ha\e a larger turn¬ out of men interested in scouting. We hope that Huntley can have a troop of boys that can niunber in over 34,000,000 scouts that have raised their right hands in the familiar Scout sign and promised fo live "on my honor" and "do my best." For the Scout, the outdoor ad- \entures, the learning of skills, the fun of sharing excitement with close buddies, the associations with a fine Scoutmaster - all theso build warm memories and char¬ acter. Scouting is for ALL boys. But it's the adult who sees the real, tho deep values of Scouting . . . who sees the living "on my honor" become a habit, who sees doing "my best" become a lifetime trait. These LASTING values — the building of .sturdy character — THESE are what make Scouting so important to each family, each communit>. our nation, and the entire fi-(-o world. Grroup To Tour Herrick House An intoiosting lour of Herrick House has been arranged for Fri¬ day, July 14th for the women and friends of the Congregational Church. Herrick House, loocated near Bartlett is a convalescent home for children recvering from ; rheumatic fever and other heart j ailments. The tour will include a view of the grounds, buildings and I wards for the children. Each per¬ son who goes will take two dozen I cookies as a treat for thesmall patients. Cars will leave the Coon j gretional Church at 12:45. Those wishing to go should call either Mrs. Edward Williams, Huntley 4741, Mrs. Chester Scott, 3235 or Mrs. Fred Maushak. 2148. SM^imming Registration Neal Bennett is shown as he registers one of the dUldren signing up for one of the swimming classes held through July and Augest.
|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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