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HUNTLEY ^» mstde VOLUME 4 — NUMBKR 2 THURSDAY, APRIL, 11, 1968 PHONK: 312-669-6621 (any time) (If no answer) 810-4S9-O998 ZCmOL FILE ivs.iTizr !'.ia:i school }!u::tley. ill 10 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COrif Damage To Trickling Filter Final Clean lip Kindergarten A Pictured above is the Trickling Filter at the dis¬ posal plant. The sides on both these tanks were blow down in the big wind lost week. Board Meeing Proclamation The April meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Village Board was called to order on April 4, at 8 p.m. by President Wilpault "'-ill. Trustees Rudy, Meyer, D. ^^crom, Was¬ serstrass and Fitzijfcre present. None were absent. ^K' Shortly prior to the meeting the village trustees had trouble enter¬ ing the Village Hall as Mayor Brill was the only one having a key. During the previous month the locic on the iiali liad been changed. Keys have been ordered for the trustees. Richard Staab was present at the meeting. The minutes of the previous meeting wer read, ap¬ proved as corrected. One- state ment at the end of the minutes added. The statement read "Mr. IBennett and Mr. Burmeister were spokesmen for the group wanting all gambling out of Huntley and the Village Board not to interfere with the police duty." The Treasurer's Report was read and approved. Attorney Cowlin was present and read an ordinance pertaining to the prevailing wage rate in this area. This ordinance is published elsewhere in the paper. On a motion by Rudy, seconded by Fitzi it was decided to again hire Harry Burns to audit the Vil¬ lage books. The annual meeting this year will be held on April 25 and at this meeting tavern liccen- ces will be renewed. The canvas¬ sing of the votes will take place on April 18. It was decided by the Village Board to purchase two new trees at not to exceed $50.00 a piece to planted in the Village Park where two trees were removed the pre¬ vious year. A motion by Rudy, seconded by Wasserstrass to put the Village em¬ ployees appointed and hired on Sc^- cial Security was voted down by a vote of 3 to 2. The Aye votes were Rudy and Wasserstrass, Nay; Fitzi, Enstrom and Brill. In the discussion which preceded the vote it was decided to wait until the neJrt month meeting when the new t)oard would be in session. There l)eing no further business the meeting was adjourned. To the Citizen of Huntley — Next Skturaay, April 13, v<»e"1!SSve an election for members of the Board of Education for Huntley Consolidated Schools. On Tuesday, April 16, we have an election of Village Trustees. Five people run¬ ning to fulfill the three vacancies on the Village Board. There are many vital issues coming up in the next few years of importance to us all. As President of your Village, I urge you all to vote for the candi¬ dates whom you feel is best quali¬ fied to represent your interests on the Village and School Boards. Sincerely, Wilpault Brill, President of the Village Boai-d Saturday, April 13th has heen set as a clean-up day at the Hunt¬ ley cemetery. Since the tree proj¬ ect in February, not too much has been done to rake up the branches left by the falling of the trees. It is the hope of the Mayor and this newspaper that the prt)ject can be completed this Saturday as Sunday, the 14th is E)aster and many people will be visiting the cemetery from out of town. We have checked with three religious faiths in Huntley and have had no objection from them to doing this work on Saturday the 13th. Please bring a rake. Your help will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Mayor Wilpault Brill Editor Quin O'Brien F.F.A Ne-ws On April 8, 1963, at 8:00 p.m. the Huntley Firemen held a dem¬ onstration at the Huntley Fire Barn for the FFA members and their parents. This demonstration was given by ^^^ Asper. This demonstration tt£)t>n fire preven¬ tion and use of iffe extinguishers. The Huntley firemen also gave an additional ^ deinonatration on tbe way to give oxygen to a person whho needs it. The firemen also explained theway Ao use and op- Registration All ciiildren in Huntley School District No. 158, who will attain the age of five years by December 1st, may register for kindergarten on Wednesday, April 24, 1963. 1. Registration will he held at the Huntley Cong. Church bsmt. 2. Students need not accompany parents for this registration.. 3. Parents must bring the birth certificate or record of birth with them. A student will not be regis¬ tered unless proof of birth is shown 4. Physical and Dental forms will be given to parents to have filled out by your dentist and doc¬ tor. This is a state law. A-L Registration 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. M-Z Registration 1 a.m. to S p.nL 5. There will be no kindergarten session on this day. Musical erato tho fire tri^FJk Refreshments were served by rfe firemen and enjoyed by all. The Huntley Chaper is planning a legume-grass demonstration this year. We will plant twenty six dif¬ ferent grass and legume combina¬ tions. We will plant these differ¬ ent combinations on our demon¬ stration land making plots five feet by eleven feet (approximately). We will be checking these hay plots for regrowth after cutting, plant vigor, foliage color, and many other factors. This rrogram will be worked through the Uni¬ versity of Illinois and Ralph Bur¬ nett, McHenry County Farm Ad¬ visor. Grades 4, 5, and 6 of the Huntley Grade School will present their An¬ nual Musicale on Friday evening, April 19, 1963, at 8:15 p.m. at the Huntley (^onsoldidated Schools . GjQcn.j Huntley, Ulinois. All of. the students are engaged in the pres¬ entation of the program. The students of grades 5a and 5b will present a thirty minute ad¬ aptation of the operetta "H.M.S. Pinafore" as arranged by Johnson and Van Dyke. Students in grades 6a and 6b will present a thirty minute adap>tation of the opera "Carmen" as arranged by Joiinson and Van Dyke. The children in grades 4a and 4b will present their pre-l>and con¬ cert. They will play the opening overture to "The Moon" For A Prince" by Dr. B. Coar. All of the portions of the pro¬ gram will t>e presented from the stage so as to afford the audience a lietter view. There is no odmis- sion charge to the musicale. Two Women Taken to Hospital Police officer can be seen tailing a picture of tlte car whicti rolled over injoring two twenty year old young women on Friday, April 6, <m Route 47, two milea) nortl^ of Hantley, at about 5:20 pjn. Mary Lou Wolter, 1686 Walnnt Ave., DapMnes, waa the driver of the car. The left rear tire bleni out, according to state police reporif causing the girl to loose control. Witnesses at the scene said tliat the oar rolled over three ttmes. Both ghrU were taken to the Woodatock hospital, MiM Writer witb lacerations of face and body and a possIMe broken backi and Miss Judy Bray- nard, a passenger in the car, lacerations to head aad body. State Tnxq^r BonWd Waahleo attended tbe accident. Tfae county police were also en the aoene. E^lection Notice Two local elections will be held this week. The first is the election on Saturday, April 13, for mem¬ bers of the Board of Education for District 158, the Huntley Con¬ solidated Schools. Two members of the board will be elected for a three-year term. Candidates are: Ida C. Macke- i)en, Wayne Zimmerman and (Thar- les Lamb. All qualified voters residing with in the Huntley (>>nsilidated School District are entitled to vote in this election. The second election is that tor Village Trustees of the Village "of Huntley and the date is Tuesday, April 16. There are five listed and one announced write-in candidate in this election. Three trustees will be elected. The candidates in the village election are, Richard J. ^taab.i Ernst Fitzi^ ' i^nard G. Ackman Sr., Don M^W^B Heinz, ahd Emil H. Meyer. Nefl F. Bennett is an announced write-in candidate. Voter requirements in these eSSe' tions are: 1. Must be^ years of age and a citizen. \- ¦ \ 2. Must reside in the state one year and the county 90 days. 3. Must reside in the Village of Huntiey. 4. Do not need to be a registered voter. Get Acquainted Day For Kindergarten The kindergarten children <mi April 26, Friday Afternoon will attend a (Set Acquainted Day at the Huntley Grade School. This will be for all rtiildren in Kinder¬ garten at the present time. The First Grade Teachers are having this day so that the children may get acquainted with their new teachers, rooms and cafeteria. We ask on this day, all parents please send all kindergarten students to the afternoon session. They will meet at the Congregational Church They will be transported to the Grade School by bus; TTiey will also be dismissed at tiie Grade School so if you want to pick up your student you may at the Grade School (NOT the Congregational Church. Mrs. Little and Miss Oowley P.T.A.ToHold Bake Sale On Saturday, April 13, the Hunt¬ ley P.T.A. will hold a bake aale on ti^ second floor of the village hall. The haurs of the sale are from 11:30 A.M. until 3:0OPJM. The aale is being held the same day of the School board election and offk»te hope that cUixex» wOl come up¬ stairs after they have voted.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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