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^<^ HUNTLEY ^^^^>d. VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 12 THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 19«6 PHONK: 912-6n-a621 (anjr ttane) (If tu, answer) 8U-«aMeM LIDRARY DEPT. HUNTLEY Hiq-l SCHOOL HUMTLEY, ILL 6 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBITTED WEEKLY 7d PBR COFl Grafton Board The regular meetino of the Graf¬ ton Townahip Board of Auditors was hold on Thursday, June 10, with all members present at the Grafton township garage. It was announced by Supervisor Howard Ruth that relief payments were reduced for the month of May Supervisor Ruth stated that the auditors were investigating all re¬ lief cases and eliminating auch un- necceesary items as tobacco, that the townehip is required to pay food and lodging for relief oaees for a stipulated amount of time. ^Members of the board reported on progress on tho health condit¬ ions In the trl-eubdivision area. Supervisor Ruth stated that he had contacted the owner of a aeptlc tank truck In Liana Vista asking him to remove ot from the premises. ,The truck and o^her vehicles lo¬ oated on thoae premises have been removed, following the June 10 meeting, Memibers of the board reported «n sub.«tarwtard housing In that area'. Supervisor stated that inves¬ tigation would be made and all such houses wouM be condemed which were uniri'habiitable. He stated that oomptalnts would be made to the county Are marahal on ^^houaes without two exterion do^Hcr exit and that every effort weuW be made to Improve eoMUtieni in tha Mr. Louis Sohaohtner.^^nship Road Conrmisioner, ^^A for 810,000 in anticipation w».<4nts to be repaid when the flrst tax levy was received. The board approved this action. A« It turned out, the tax levy came in before the antic¬ ipation warrants were issued and the ro»d convmissioner did not use the warrants, saving the taxpayers of the township the cost of inter- e«t expense. Further discussion was heid on the proposed drainage dietriot in Crystal Gardens and the re-district- ing of the township voting precincte. There being no further buslneaa, the meeting waa adjourned. MAYOR BRILL — Mayor Wilpault Brill fell from a scaffold on June 12, while working on his house. He wae ruahed to Woodstock Memorial Hospital where he remained for ebservation. X-ray and treatment for a fract¬ ured vertebrae until Tuesday, June 22. He is now at home and doing nicely. Swimming Progratn Grafton Park Beach will begin its four week awlntmin^ program on July Sth. An adult night claas wlll be held If enrollment Is suffi¬ cient. Resident fee wlll be $1.00. Non¬ resident fee $3.00. Those Intereated must register at Grafton Park Beach during the week Of June 28 — July 2. Robert Seavers, Manager Coming Event THURSDAY — JUNE 24 — County Le«lon Meeting at the Huntley Legion Home 8:00 p.m. nuSU'NDAY — JUNE 27 — United Church of Christ Picnic A Swim at Lake Geneva. MANDAY — JUiNE 28 — Regular Monthly Meetlon of the American Legion 7:30 THURSDAY — JULY 1 — Village Board 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY — JULY 7 — Board of Education THURSDAY — JULY 8 — Township Board of AiKfltofa 8:00 ., - p.ni. Goodwill Pickup The Goodwill industries truck will be In Huntley, Monday, June 28, to collect repairable clothing, shoes and housewares for the disabled trainees and employees at Goodwill, according to Mrs. Mazie Blott local representative. For pickup arrangements, bags, club programs and information a- bout Goodwill industries, cali 669- 5680. Notice On Dog Licenses Huntiey dog license taxes were due April 1. However there are still unlicensed dogs In the com¬ munity, if these dogs licenses have not been purchased by July 1, the Huntiey Police Department wili be forced to pick up dogs and destroy them atter a five-day period. Lions Bar-B'Que Sueessful A record crowd attended this year's Huntley Lions Club Chick¬ en Barbeque held lat Sunday, June 20, at the Huntley Fire Station. This year the Lions sold out of practloaUy everything sitospt ohlok- en. Only 10 potatoes remained out of over 300 lbs. prepared, 28 gallons of beans were consumed. The suc¬ culent barbeque souce wall all used and the delicious homemade pies baked by the lady Lionesses were gone before serving ceased. A total of 583 adults and 143 children's tickets were collected and there were 170 carry-out orders. The chickens were prepared by the Lions Club members over open pits outside the fron* entrance of the Fire Station. Periodically the men turned the chicken portions and marinated them with a mixture of seasoned butter and oils. In¬ side the Fire Station table* were set up and music was played while the guests enjoyed theld dinner and chatted with friends. People came from all parts of the surrounding area. This year, besides the club's regular publicity, signs were piaoed on Route 47 at each end of the vHlage limiu which attracted many motorists on a Path. er's day outing. Proceeds from this annual affair wlll be used for hteLlons Club's various civic projects In the local community. 4'H Premiums Huntley High School 1965 Award List Increased Legislation to increase the ag¬ riculture premium funds paid to Mppitoximately 80,000 4H Club members for projects exhibited at the Illinois county fairs has passed the Illinois Senate unanimously 53 to 0. 1,228 4H Club members in McHenry County will benefit from the increase. Senator Dennis J. Collins, Republican-Dekalb, was the chief co-sponsor of the legis¬ lation. Bell Telephone Information A new aoheduie o flong dletance rates for wIthin-state oalllng, w«iloh will result In annual savings of nearly $2,000,000 to Illinois users, became effective last Saturday, June 19, according to Illinois Bell Telephone manager D. R. Lagner. The customer savings will be re¬ alized principally by extenalon of the hours virhlch reduced ratea are in effect, Legner eaid. Tha naw Oontimiad on paga two Following are the Huntley High School Student Awards for 1964-68 David Hemmer — Class Valed¬ ictorian, $250 Union Special Schol¬ arship, American Legion Award, B<ausch &. Lomb Honorary Science Medal, Best Student Mathematic Pin & Certificate, National Honor Society Certificate. Sianda Zimmerman — Class Sal¬ utatorian, National Honor Society Certificate, Class Service Club Cer- tificate. Joyce Ackman — Varsity Cheer- Leader. Sandra Akerberg — Best Senior Attendance Award — $25.00 Bond Moose Lodge, Woodstock. Alan Borhart — S.A.R. Award, $250 Union Special Scholarship, P. T.A. Scholarship 2nd Alternate, Nat- ioniai Honor Society Certificate, Class Service Club Certificate, Most Valuable Athletic Player Award, Varaity Football. Sheila Conley — Student Coun¬ cil Certificate, G.A.A. — 2nd Local. Diane Drendel — Yearbook Ed¬ itora Pin. Carol Gruner — Future Teachers of America $60 Scholarship Win¬ ner, Senior Music Awar^r Chorus, Class Service Club Cervi^Fite, Var¬ sity Cheerleader. Kathleen Heiney rzr. American Legion Award, D.A.R. Award, P,T.A, Sctiolarship Award —^flO,, Year¬ book ' Asst. Editors F^^ "Home- makers of Tomorrow" A..jrd spon¬ sored by Betty Crocker, National Honor Society Certificate, G.A.A. — 2nd State, No. 1 Rating — Huntley Science Fair, Claas Service Club Certificate. Margaret Hoffman — National Honory Society Pin & Card, Senior Music Award — Band. Lee Linnenkohl — Varsity Foot¬ ball. Connie MiUermon — Beat Senior Attendance Award — $25.00 Bond Moose Lodge, Woodstock; Class Service Club Certificate, Student office secretary Pin. Liirvda Mursewick — G.A.A. 2nd State. Susan Remus — Student Librar¬ ian Certificate. Dale Roesslein — Best Senior At¬ tendance Award — $25.00 Bond, Moose Lodge, Woodstock, Varsity Football & Track. Dennis Rudsinski — Student Council Pin A Certificate, National Honor Society Certificate. Jean Seiler — G.A.A. — 1st Local Lonni Swanson — P.T.A. Scholar¬ ship — 1st Alternate, National Hon¬ or Society Certificate, F.T.A. Schol¬ arship — 1st Alternate, Class Ser¬ vice Club Certificate. Wayne Workowski — Student Council Certificate, Varsity Foott>al| & Basketball. Sandra Zimmerman — Student Council Certificate, "Outstanding Student in Home Economics" Cris- co 1956 Award, G.A.A. — 2nd State, Class Service Club Certificate, Var¬ sity Cheerleader. Karen AaVang — National Honor Society Pin A Ciard. June Bein — National Honor Society Pin & Card. William Borchart — Varsity Foot ball A Basketball, Student Coun¬ cil Certificate. Ann Borhart — Varsity Cheer¬ leader, National Honor Society Pin & Card, Womens Auxiliary Award Girls State — Alternate,, G.A.A, — 1st State, No, 1 rating Huntley Science Fair, Sacaod State-— Otafe< riot Science Fair, Band Camp Sch¬ olarship — 2nd Alternate, Class Service Club. Richard Burmeister — Participat¬ ion — Athletics. Bonnie Diedrick — National Hon¬ or Society Pin A Card, G.A.A. — 1st Sute. Judith Drafall — G.A.A, — 2nd Local, Janet Drendel — National Honor Society Pin A Card. Dennis Enstrom — Varsity Foot¬ ball, Basketball & Track, Donald Evans — Varsity Football & Track. Larry Heimsoth — Student Coun¬ cil Cettficate, National Honor Soc¬ iety Pin A Cant, Class Service Club Certificate, Team Momber Certifi¬ cate — III. State Mathematics Con¬ test, Varsity Football & Track. Sandra Kerrick — National Hon¬ or Society Pin A Card, No. 1 Rat¬ ing — Huntley Science Fair, Class Service Club Certificate, Team Mem ber Certificate — III. State Mathe¬ matics Contest. Connie Koch — Varsity Cheer¬ leader, Student Librarian Certifi¬ cate, Band Camp Scholarship — 1st Alternate, Class Service Club Certificate. Kathryn Kopsell — Student Lib¬ rarian Certificate. Stanley Korwin — National Hon¬ or Society Pin A Cary. Lawrence Nelson — Varsity Bas¬ ketball. Ruth Neperman — G.A.A. — 1st State No. 1 Rating — Rating — Huntley Science Fair, Second State District Science Fair, Class Service Club Certificate. Judith Perkins — Student Librarian Certificate, No. 1 Rating — Huntiey Science Fair, Catherine Peterson — No. 1 Rat¬ ing — Huntiey Science Fair. LaVonne Piske — National Honor Society Pin & Card, Larry Rasmusen — National Hon. or Society PinA Card, Clasa Service Club Certificate, Te^m Member Certificate — III. StrfliMathematloa Contest, Most Vaiual^ M^Metlc Pla¬ yer Award, Varaity Fo04«>all, Baakat. . pad A Traelb.. - Yvonne Rizso — Student Ceuneii Certificate, G.G.A. -^s* Local Kristine Staab -^\j<. — 1st Looal, Class Service \,„tb Certificate Diana Stading — G.A.A. — 1st State, Class Service Club Certificate Student offiice secretary — Pin, Marcy Swanson — Student Coun¬ cil Certificate, National Honor Soc¬ iety Pin A Card, Womens Auxiliary Award — Girls State, F.H.A. Wn, Key A Gavel, No 1 rating — Hunt¬ ley Science Fair, Class Service Club Certificate. Nancy Ungs — National Honor Society Pin A Card, G.A.A. — 1st State, Class Service Certificate. Peggy Urbach — Student Libra¬ rian Certificate. Brent Weber — Varsity Football, Basketball A Track, No. 1 Rating — Huntley Science Fair. Herbert Zerbel — Varsity Foot- CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE McHenrj County Dairy Princess Candidates McHenry County Dairy Princess candidates radiate in this group photo showing the 10 aspirants for the crown now worn by Connie Rudsinsici, Union. Winner will be crowned at the annual Dairy Banquet sponsored by the McHenry County Dairy Promotion Council on July 1. From kft, front: Betty Boppart, Woodstocic Mary Kay Adama, McHenry; Edna Ranpp, Harrard; and Evelyn Harrison, Ringwood Bacl( row, letf to right: Kathy Justen, VlcRettty, Georgia Blake» McHenry; Kathleen Kotriatra, Woodstocic; Barbara Fettea, Huntley; Naace'CttMlRer, RlettWRMff mi Mary ' "n Ainger, Harrard.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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