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f ^« HUNTLEY ^"^4 XWAJME 2 — NUMBER U THURSDAY, SEPT. f.^ 1961 PHONB ¦^rtliij Sai — C. L. 4M HOm PHOMX 459-40S8 « PAGES \ MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLT Grafton Toivnskip Assessment List, Page 6, 7, &) S, In Tkis Issue Neiv Sign On Laundromat 1^: Ne-w Look For Main Street The Pabst's property on the Eastern end of Main Street is now under negotiation of sale to a pravte individual. Since Jan¬ uary 1, 1958, the property has been vacant, but last week work¬ men began to clean up these buildings. In the near future, businesses will be moving into these build¬ ings. Main Street again will be lencwed to the prominence it mo\e n and promote the growth of the village. The Main street of town was always filled with cars of custom¬ ers buying goods from their own merchants. The next few weeks will, per¬ haps, show a considerable amount of activitv in this section of town. HELP LEADERS NEEDED Important to ail interested in Girl Scout work and if or not Huntley is- to havo a Troop at all. Mrs. Wasserstrass is willing to be leader bul must ha-.o a Co-leader to carr> on. Thi.s is for tho 7th and Sth grades, then too a leader and co-leader is in need for the 6th grade girls. This must be by September 23rd. It would be sad to havc to di- sohe afler so much work the leaders of of the past and of now have spent with the Troops. Please call Mrs. Wasserstrass of Mazie Blott if at all interested in the girls of Huntie>. To! 4321 or 5680. Co. Meeting For Farmers McHenry County farmers and - their wives arc invited to • attend a policy development meeting during the month of September. These meetings will be held on the township level starting Sep¬ tember 6, and lasting through September 20. The meeting for Grafton and Algonquin Township will be held Tuesday, September 19, at the Elmer Ackman resi¬ dence in Crystal Lake. The farm¬ ers in the Huntley aroa living in either Marengo, Riley, or Coral Township will meet September 14, at Howthorne High School in Marengo. (Continued on Page Z) County Meeting for Farmer* Welcome Ne^«vcomers Party The residents of Huntley, town und rural, are cordially ln\1ted to nH'et Dr. Hernandez, Dr. Trow¬ bridge, and Andy Sychowski Fri¬ day, Septeml)er 8, at 8 p.m. at the Huntley Fire Station. The program will be divided In¬ to two parts. The first part wiill ho un Introduction of dgnltarles such as' town, county, township, and school repsonal and school teachers. The second part will be square dancing for those who wish to dance and a period of con¬ geniality for those who don't wish to participate In the dancing. There wlU be 18 couples acting as hosts and hostesses. Name tags will be Issued to b«th new and old tmers In thetown. The newcomer party will begin at 8 p.m. and will end at 11 p.m. Mr. Ziererer of Meadowdale will call the square dances. The names of the hosts and hostesses are; (Mr. A Mrs.) Wayne Zimmennan, Percy Swan¬ son, Neal Bennett, Delwiin Bor. hart, Arnold Chesak, Henry Mar¬ lowe, Roger Pertey, Don Barrett, Emil Meyer, James O'Connor, Delaney, Ed Piske, AI Jensen, William Palmer, Jack Bingham, and Quin O'Brien. Everybody in town Is Invited to tM. ntialr. Tk» «MMi|i4ta»^ .f ^tte Comniunity Service Group hopes to have a large turnMit. Mrs. Palmer, chairman of the committee, asked that old timers Invito their new neighbors to come. JTreei refreshments will be ser\-- ed to aB. Diseased Trees Come Do^ivn Huntley's beautiful park looks a little bare this week due to the death of trees caused by the Dutch Elm disease. The trees had to be cut down to stop the di¬ sease from sperading and caus¬ ing the death of other trees in the park. The oldest of the three trees was locater on the comer of Woodstock Street and Main Street and was planted around DUTCH ELN DISEASE Continued on page Three Estker's Bakery Opens The bakery outlet at Esthers Hl-Ho opened last week. Sckool Calander (CJontlnued from last Week) Fri. Jan. 5 Basketball--at Hiawatha, 7:00 P.M. Wed. Jan. 10— P.T.A. meeting Fri, Jan. 13— Board meeting 8:00 P.M. Basketball - Genoa here, 7:00 P.M. Tues. Jan. 16— Basketball Kaneland here, 7:00 P.M. Thurs. A Fri. Jan 18 tt 19— FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINA¬ TIONS Fri. Jan. 19— Basketball at Marengo, 7:00 P.M. "fhes. Jan. 23 to Jan. 26-^- Little Eight Conference Tour¬ ney Fri. Jan. 26— Board meeting -- 8:00 P.M. Tues. Jan. 30— Basketball Hampshire here, 7:00 P.M. Thurs. Feb. 1— F.F.A. Selection of Foundation Wards at DeKalb, 6 P.M. Fri. Feb. 2— Basketball- -at Malta, 7:00 P.M. Fri. Feb. 9— Board meeting — 8:00 P.M. Fri. Feb. 9— Basketball - at Hebron, 7::00 P.M. Mon. Feb. 12— Lincoln's Birthday — NO SCHOOL Wed. Feb. 14— P.T.A. meeting Fri. Feb. 16— School Calender ¦ Continued on page Three Tkunderkirds In Denver Thundeblrds Visit Denver The Thunderbirds, Junior Color Gurad sponsored by the Huntley American Legion Post 673, will be attending the National Con¬ vention of the American Legion. They will take part in a parade on Soptember 11. Seven boys will be attending. They are: Dennis Ackerberg, Lar¬ ry Rasmusen, Dennis Enstrom, Terry Englert, Bill Borchart, Don Radloff, and Richard Burmeister. Mrs. Willis and (5eorge will chaperone. Mr. Willis was the driver. They left Wednesday, Septem¬ ber 6, and will arrive in Denver Friday, Septeml)er 8. They will leave Denver Tuesday, Septem¬ ber 12. On September 21, the Color Guard wall start thoir tarining schedule for competition for Di¬ vision, State and National com¬ petition for 1962. There are four openings for boys who wish to join. Three of these openings are for drummers. SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN IN HUNTLEY Roth Grade and high school started In Hnntley Last Tuesday, S^ 5. The pictures above are scenes taken at noon hour of the yoongstBra.
|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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