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grkHUNTLEY "SfaA^ide THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 196y VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 42 FHONE: 312-669-6621 (»ny time) (If no answer) 816-469-0998 ¦;;K< . LfcY ill .;;; !.'UNTI.c;y. ill OL 6 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COl'Y Sutntnary Of 1963 FOURTH QUARTER — OCT. 3 — The Huntley High Sch¬ ool held Home coming activities on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Thursday night a snake dance was led by the football team and cheer¬ leaders through the town. The dance was followed by a bonfire and pep-rally. On Friday afternoon the 2nd annual homecoming parade was held. A total of 31 floats and other displays were entered. The winners of the float contest were the Senior class with a can of Raid with the message "Bug 'Em", 2nd place was the Sophomore float and Srd place went to the F.H.A. float which featured a huge flat lorn with the solgan "Press On to Vic¬ tory". In the window display jud¬ ging the winners were: 1st Ben Franklin Store, 2nd Collins Phar¬ macy and Srd Chuck's Barber Shop. On Friday evening Huntley played the Genoa-Kingston High School A lost to them by a score of 32-12. On Saturday evening the annual Home¬ coming dance was hMk This years king and t^ueen w^^HMan Heim¬ south and — Mary Sgvman. — Ben Hansford Chevrolet was broken in¬ to. The safe and file cabinet and several doors were damaged. The thieves got away ^^b 92b. The damage amounted ^ff well over $400. OCT. 10 — The Huntley Farm- side Newspaper was honored at the Illinois Press Assn's. Annual Con¬ vention held in Springfield. The Farmside received a state award in community service for its efforts in promoting the tree project the previous February. — The III. Bell Telephone Co. held a Community Theatre night at the Huntley High School. — A delegation from Union Special Machine Co. was present at the Village Board meeting to discuss a proposed remodeling of their parking lot. — Mr. Neil Ben¬ nett resigned from the Planning Commission and was replaced by the Village Board by Mr. Glen Cole. — The Huntley H. S. football team lost to Hiawatha 20-14. — The Trinity Lutheran Church held their annual chicken dinner and served more than 1000 people. — The Lion Club placed "Yield to Pedestrian" signs on Main St. OCT. 17 — Mr. A Mrs. Oliver Hansen, on a visit to his home town, met with Mr. A Mrs. John Glen, Sr., the parents of the famed American astronaut. Mr. Glen Sr. is in the plumbing business and knew Mr. Hansen many years ago. — The Huntley H. S. football team lost to Central 37-19. — The school board announced the hiring of an assistance to help Mrs Manning, Kindergarten teacher, with her 74 chilrden — The Huntley Commun¬ ity Credit Union celebrated "Inter¬ national Credit Union Day". They hired Erlo, a professional clown, to entertain the children. — The Pig¬ gly Wiggly at Crystal Lale was rob¬ bed. OCT. 24 — The men who robbed the Piggly Wiggly store were cap¬ tured at the coner of Church and Main in Huntley. 3 men were arr¬ ested by State A huntiey police. — Huntley firemen extingushed a blaze in the second story of the Raymond Bennett farm. OCT. 31 — The Huntley H. S. football team defeated Paw Paw by a score of 25-7. — The Huntley Boyscouts held an honor night, a- ward badges were given to mem¬ bers. The annual "Old Timers" baseball dinner was held at the fire station. Jim "Rip" Collins of the Chicago Cubi was guest speak¬ er — The American Legion held their annual masquerade ball. Win¬ ers of the costume prizes were: 1st Mr & Mrs Robert Schachtner. 2nd Mr. and Mrs. James Tegtmeier, 3rd Mrs. Walter Smith of Union. — John B. Johnson, D.D.S., began pra¬ ctise in Huntley. NOV. 7 — The offical publication of the Grafton Township Assess¬ ment was published in. the paper. — The Huntley Lions Club held their annual childrens Halloween party. — Mr, Emil Meyer resigned from the Planning Commission. NOV. 14 — Neighbors A friends of Fred Diedrich, who was conval¬ escing in he hospital from a res¬ piratory illness, harvesteing his 25 acres of corn. The resignation of Emil Meyer from the Planning Commission was not accepted by the Village Board — The Huntley Lions Club held their annual Trap Shoot. — The Huntley F.F. A. showed the results of their mini¬ mum tillage project, showing a com parlson between minimun A con¬ ventional tilled land. NOV. 21 — The Northeran III. Gas Co. entertained village officals at a dinner held at Martinetti's In Crystal Lake. A lighting ceremony was held by the company in Hunt¬ ley of a gas light commemorating 50 years of service to the village. — Mrs. Adeline Kundo resigned from the School Board. Mr. Ernest Stading, Jr. was appointed to fill the remainder of her term. NOW. 28 — The nation A Hunt¬ ley mourned the death of President John Fitgerald Kennedy who was assassinated in Dalas, Texas, on November 22. DEC. 5 The Huntley F.F.A. held their annual slave sale — 4 boys were picked to the All-Conference Little 8 football team. They were: Douglas Swanson, Larry Johnson, Larry Rasmussen and Alan Heim¬ soth. Brent Weber, Gary Borhart A Dennis Akerberg received honor¬ able mention for this team. — Jam¬ es Fettes suffered the loss of an arm in a farm accident. The funds from the F.F.A. Slaves were given to Jim who was a former member. DEC. 12 — The S 4-H clubs held an award night. — The 111. 4-H Dairy Judging team placed 6th in the National Judging contest. Gary Borhart was a member of this jud¬ ging team. — The Village Board accepted the resignation of Emil Meyer from the Planning Commis¬ sion. — Permission was given to the III. Bell Telephone Co. by the Zoning Board A Village to erect temporary buildings on their pro¬ perty near the H. D. Catty Co. DEC. 19 — A poam written by Mrs. Harriett Larson Voss appear¬ ed in the paper. — Santa Claus came to town on a fire truck and gave candy to the children. — The proposed Junior Collage was voted down in Huntley by a vote of 170 to 15 and 100 to 1. DEC. 26 — The Huntley Farm- side published Its 3 color Christmas edition. The edition was dated Dec 26 but came out Dec. 24. — The Fox Valley Police reserve met in Huntely. _ There were many Ch¬ ristmas parties in Huntley. (Ed. Note This ends the 1963 summary of events. During 1963 a large number of events took place which meant that the Farm- side had to publish it in a series of 4 quarters.) Notice The Huntley Adult Education In¬ terest Course in Vocal Music will meet on Tuesday, in the music room at the school on the nine con¬ secutive Tuesdays dating from Jan- uary 28, 1964 providing minimun class size is attained. Next Tuesday is the final enrollment date. Notice of Registrtion All chidren in Huntley School District No. 158, who will attend the age ot five years, by December 1st, may register for kindergarten on Wednesday, January 29. Regist¬ ration hours will be from 9:00 A.M. to 11:30 and 1:00 P.M. to 3:00. It will be held at the Huntley Grade School Office. Students need not accompany parents for this regis¬ tration. Parents must bring the birth certificate of record of birth with them when regisering their child. A student will not be regis¬ tered unless proof of birth is shown. Physical and dental forms will be given out. Jhis is a state law that they be filled out by your doctor and dentist. Kindergarten classes will be held as usual, at the Church, on this Oay. If you know ,of any family that may not have recieved one of these notices please Inform them of this registration day. Also if any fam¬ ilies move intog^^ Huntley Dist¬ rict aftor this^Bfte please have them call the Huntley School and make arrark^ments for registering their children — any grade. We can plan^ur your children if We have a m^^»umber to work with. ^^ Thank you, G. L. Delaney, Principal T. E. Kelly, Supt. Officers Elected at United Church The following persons, elected at the 112th Annual Meeting of the congregation of the United Church of Christ Congregational held Sun¬ day Jan. 12th, were installed in their office during Morning Wor¬ ship last Sunday: Deacon for life — Mr. Arthur Garlieb, Deacons — Mr. Donald Barrett, Deaconesses — Mrs. Arnold Chesak A Mrs. Frank Kerrick, Stewards — Mrs. Neva Van Ness, To the Board of Religi¬ ous Education — Mrs. J. P. Ostran¬ der, Trustees — Mr. Floyd Hart¬ rick & Mr. Ronald Krog, Moder¬ ator — Mr. Wayne Zimmerman, Clerk — Mrs. Neil Bennett, Treas¬ urer — Mr. Harold Swanson, Sr., Benevolence Treasurer — Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Financial Secretary — Mrs. Earle B. Johnson, Director of Finance — Mr. Albert Jensen, Assistant Director of Finance — Mr Earle B. Johnson A Miss. Mildred Miller, Historian — Miss Lillian Hawley, To the Hospitality Com¬ mittee — Mr., and Mrs. Alfred (Tom) Swanson, Flower Commit¬ tee — Mrs. Irene Yurs. Board Members elected in pre¬ vious years installed tor 1964 were: Deacons — Mr. Herbert Eggers - Chairman, Mr. John Rugh, Mr. Ar¬ nold Chesak A Mr. Vernon Haines — Lifetime Deacon, Deaconesses — Mrs. Bernice Bakley & Mrs. Edith Burns • Lifetime Deaconess, Board of Christian Education — Mr. Don¬ ald Barrett, Mr. Frank Kerrick, Mrs. Aitiert Jensen A Mr. Ed. Williams, Stewards — Mr. Henry Marlowe - Chairman A Mrs. Fred Maushak, Trustees — Mr. Henry Garlieb - Chairman & Mr. Emil Meyer. F.F.A. To Training School On January 20, the F.F.A. off¬ icers anci two oilier F.F.A. mem¬ bers went to Woodstocl? with Mr. Donald Barrett, Agr. Instructor. The members went to the Farm Bureau Building where 4-H leader¬ ship training school was being hold and presented a program on proper Parlimentary Procedure during a meeting. The fit*t meeting was one representing the way a meeting should not be run with improper parlimentary procedurfei and the second meeting showing the correct way to run a meeting with correct parlimentary proced¬ ures. Mr. Barrett also gave a talk on Parlimentary procedure and its im¬ portance. The members participat¬ ing in this were; Gary Borhart, Al¬ an Heimsoth, Larry Johnson, Jam¬ es Ketchmark, Douglas Swanson, Alan Borhart, Wayne Workowski and David Hemmer. The F.F.A. Chapter is working on its F.F.A. Banquet which will be held on Febrtiary 15, at the Congregational Church in Huntley. Wayne Workowski, chairman of the Banquet Committee, is plan¬ ning the banquet. The junior and senior boys in agriculture are finishing suid clos¬ ing out their record books for 1963 Their record books will then be eligible for local compition. TTie winners in local competition will then be entered in the secticMial. The section has 20 agrictilture chap ters and the top record books from each of these schools will be judged for sectional awards. The boys who win at the sectional will compete at the district, from District to State competition, and if a boy wins in the state level, he enters national competition with his re¬ cord book of his farming program. Reporter, David Hemmer. Huntley Boy Scouts To Cotnpete The Huntley iBoyscouts Troop 167 will compete In the Kiswaukee District Klondike Derby at Veter¬ an's Acers in Crystal Lake on January 26. This is an event in r which the boys pull an Eskino type sled over a set course, stop¬ ping along the way to perform var¬ ious Scout skills. Also one of the requirements is that they build their own sled. The Troop would like at this time to thank Mr. iDave Rudy of J. H. Patterson Lumber Co. who donated the lumber for the sleds and cut it to the exact specificat¬ ions. Also on the "Thank you list" are Stan Korwin and Bud Scholer who helped with the construction and assembly, Wayne Zimmerman for the use of a portable generator, and Wally Burmeister for a cash donation to help offset the various expenses. The boys are looking forward to a good time Saturday, and It could not have been possible with¬ out the help of the above mention¬ ed men. Redshin Box Score Things havo not been to good for the Redskins since Christmas vacation as they have won only 1 of 5 games. The boys came back from New Year's and lost to Gen¬ oa by a score of 62-50. The following Tuesday we tra¬ velled to Hinckley-Big Rock where we lost a 77-70 decision. This game was close throughout. On Friday, January, 10, Huntley lost their 2nd confirence game of the season. This time Hampshire was the team who defeated us. The score was 76-50. On Tuesday, January 14, we lost our Sth game in a row.This time Hiawatha wipped us 94-66. On Fri¬ day, the 17th, we finally snapped our losing streak by lieating Heb¬ ron 71-56. Our record for the sea¬ son is now 6 wins and 8 losses. We have won two and lost three in the conference. Box score of Huntley-Hebron game. HUNTLEY ,;-f 71] ^i B FT FTP Swanson ^ 9 11 1 29 Enstrom 4 2 3 10 Weber 3 81 14 Rasmussen ._ 1 0 3 2 Akerberg A 2 2 4 6 Workowski^? 3 3 2 9 Borhart 0 10 1 Johnson 0 0 10 HEBRON  Weiberg Zimmerman Van Lynot Wyse DeMarco Halbmeier Spooner Nelson 22 2715 71 B FT FTP 9 2 0 6 4 0 0 1 1 4 19 4 3 8 14 1 4 5 16 2 4 10 0 10 0 4 0 0 12 22 1220 56 Quality Feed Class Rdf Wainscott, P.A.G., Garden Prairie, 111. will be at the 3rd meet¬ ing of the "Producting Quality Feeds" course. Rolf will aid in the discussion of fertility and manage¬ ment of crops. Growing crops to their maxium production and quality presents many problems. 'Which is more important, fertility or manage¬ ment? Or are they both the same thing? Tliese are a few of the ques¬ tions you will received answers to this Thursday Night, January 23, at 8 P.M. in the Huntley High School Agricultiu^ Dept. Cub Scout Pach N e-ws. The Cub Scout Pack meeting will be January 23 In the school cafeteria at 7:00. The Cub Scouts will hold a pap¬ er drive February 1st. If anyone has paper to be picked up, please call Bob Eckman or Martin iSch- mietendorf. Uniform Day will be February 7 and all Cub Scouts should wear their uniforms to school. Scout Sunday will be February 9th. The boys will sach attend their own church, dressed In uniform, and will sit with their Den Mothers. The Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet will be held February 27th at 6:30. It wilt probibly be held in the Legion.
|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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