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^e HUNTLEY ^o*»"side VOLUBIE 8 — NUMBEj^, M THtJBS, NOVEMBER SO, 1M7 PHONE: 469-6621 (any time) (if ne aaswer) 469-0998 FILE jiurrrLEY iiiaii GCiMOL }!U:iTLEY. ILL 6 PAGES MAn.KD AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLT 7 cents a copy Final Approval On Annexation To School Dist. The McHenry County Board of School Trustees, at their meetinp Monday, November 27, unanimous ly approved the Bartlett-Brand- wein Petition to annex certain lands into the school District 158. The territory involved lies north of Powers Roard east of Illinois 47 in Rutland Township. Previously, on October 2, 1%7, the Kane County Board of School Trustees, following a hearing at Geneva, had issued an order to detach this territory from School District 300, at the request of the petitioners. The action of the two Boards insures that the children in the area involved will be able to con¬ tinue to attend the Huntley school. Also it will add in excess of $42,000.00 of assessed taxable val¬ uation to School Distriet 158 at Huntley. Representing petitioners at the November 27 hearing was Attor¬ ney James B. Elliott of Huntley. The Huntley School Board was n^lF^aeotcd by. Wayne^ Zinunerman President; Ernest Stading. Jr., Secretary; Charles Lamb, and Dr. Gary Grau, members. Also testi¬ fying was petitioner Donald Bar¬ rett. Present for School District 300 were Donald Rich, Assistant Superintendent of Dundee School, and Wayne Caveny of Algonquin. Charles Lamb Joint Choir Concert Dec. 10 The combined choirs of the 1st Congregational Church will pre¬ sent their annual Christmas season concert on Sunday evening. Decem¬ ber 10, starting at 8 O'ciodc. The public is invited to attend. TaxListDate Set For Dec. 14 The Huntley Farmside news¬ paper will publi* the Quadrennial Tax List for Grafton Township on Thursday, December 14. This list of assesed property, real and per¬ sonal, which is published once ev¬ ery four years, includes all real estate owners and a description of thedr porperty. It will also include the names of every one in Grafton township who own personal pro¬ perty and the assessment for both personal and real property. The newspaper will be on sale at the Himtley Farmside, 31 Grove St., Huntley, Illinois, 60142; The Cry¬ stal Lake News, 404 Virginia St.. Crystal Lake. DUnois, 60014; and Collins Prarmacy, Main St., Himt¬ ley, mmois. 60142, Non Subscribers may receive a copy of this issue of the Farmside by writing to the Newspapers office at the above ad¬ dress giving their name, and ad¬ ress and inculding 7c, the cost of a single issue of the newspaper. Tlie Huntley Famudde plans to print four to fJve tirae Its normal eiix;oIation fcM- this issue. Post Thanksgiving Poem Were you all alone Thanksgiving Day Feeling more than blue Drinking juice and taking pdlls Fighting witth the flu? Did you wonder if there was much You could be thankful for When three Angels, bearing gifts Came tappii^ on your door? A laden tray of steaming things All wrapped up in foil A bowl ot crispy salad tossed With roquefoPt, vinegar and oil On a plate, agreat big piece Of lucious pumpkin pie Heaped witti real whipped cream At least three inches high Did the Angels stay to chat a while And cheer you up no end So you could say at close of day I'm so thankful, God. for friends? GarlieVs Win Trip To Europe Postoffice Report WILL TOUR CHRISTMAS BIAIL AVOID "HEARTBREAK HOTEL," The saddest place in the post oflice is "Heartbreak Hotel" the day aftea- Christtnas. 'Heartbreak Hot¬ el" is the residence of cards, letters and gifts that couldn't be delivered because of illegible addresses, no addresses at all or poorly packed parcels frwn which the address la¬ bel or outer wirappings were separ¬ ated. Postnnaster ]^ ichard Michelsen today noted that million of such items unnessarily wind vsp in "Heartbreak Hotel", and give mail¬ ers advice on how to avoid such seasonal sorrow. Always write or print addresses carefully and use ZIP Codes. If you have trouble reading the add¬ ress, the people at the post office will have the same problem. Use of first class postage on greeting cards will make sure your mail is forwairded if the receipent has moved. Mail will be returned to you if it is poorly addressed or there fe no forwarding address. This is one reason for using the spedai five cent Christmas stamp. Cards sent by third class mail (4c unsealed) which cannot be deliv¬ ered wind up in the dead lett^ oflice, one of the Inisiest comers of "Heartbreak Hotel". Wrap your packages neatly and well. A loose piece of wrapping may get caught and ripped. Pad your gifts securly so there is no rattling and there is sofficient sup-" port for other packages. The sack carrii^ your glass cup may also l»ve two or three bowling balls riding on top of it A card or piece of paper inside the package caning yoir name and address and that of the person to whom the parcel is addressed wiB insure delivery in case the wrapp ing ctHnes loose. A list of the con¬ tents will help postal "rewrap" clerks in the event yoor package is poorly wrapped and bonrts. Place the address and return ad- Continaed «i Page Two Arthur W. Garlieb, Sr., of Hunt¬ ley, Illinois, has just won "The Top Dealer Award" for fourth quarter sales in the Racine Bran<A of the J. I. Case CcMnpany, Racine, Wis¬ consin, for 1967. The award is a trip to Eur(^)€ for Mr, Garlieb and his wife, Fran¬ ces. Mr. Garlieb has been a J. I. Casd dealer in Huntley for thirty-five years. He has been active in dvic affaira aqg^g^jteliwic buikU«4Ni- ter comniunity. 'Hie employees, Eugene Hardy, son in law; Virginia Hardy, daugh¬ ter and bookkeeper; Elmer Britton and Kenneth Hein, have helped niake this award possible and have taken great pride in their assist¬ ance in winning the award for the Garliebs. Mr. Garlieb wishes to thank all the customers for their confidence in him and their flne ooop^ation which has made ttus award poss¬ ible. Annual Test For Senior Girls Senior class girls in the high school here will be among more than a half million others in approx imately 15,000 hi^ schools across the country who will participate Tuesday, E>ecember 5, in a written knowledge and aptitude test touch ing on all phases of homemaking. One of the girls will go on to merit a $5,000 college s<diolarship as Betty Crocker All-American Homemakers of Tomorrow. Nat¬ ional runner-up will be g^ranted $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000 scholar¬ ships, respectively. State winners WiU be awarded $1,500 scholar^iips wth state runner-up receiving $500 grants. Winners in each local sch^' will be presented specially design¬ ed silver charms and will have their test papers entered in state competition. The girls who take the test will be entrants in the 1968 Betty Cro¬ cker search for the Ainerican Homemaker of Tomwrow, sponsor¬ ed by General Mills, Inc. Next Spruig, state Betty Crocker Search winner, each accompanied by a school advLsor, will enjoy an expense-paid educational tour of historical shrines in Washington, D. C, and Colonial Williamsburg. Then national winners will be an¬ nounced at a dinner at Minneapol¬ is, Minn.. General Mills' headquar¬ ters city. Judging for national honors is baced on original test scores plus personal observation and Inter¬ views while the gfirls are on tour. The program, laundied in 1954 to emphasize the Importance of home making as a career, is the only national scholarsh^ con^ietltion ex dusively for high school senior girls. It is on the approved list of Continued on Page Two Congregational Laity Sunday The First Congregational Church in Huntleyi observed Laity Sunday on November 26. The worship ser¬ vice was conducted by laymen of the churrfi. Those participating in the sevic© were: Henry Marlowe, Harold Swonson, Bd. Ream, Don See, Cliff Gniadek, John Rugh, Carl Hill, Clyde Bakley, Henry Garlie*), Gene Lindsey, and Chuck Lamb. Guests director of the dian eel choir for the day was Mr. Bd. Brandwein, a member of the group. Mr. Herb Eggers gave the sermon which was entitled "Fishers of Men". Deacons serving on that date were Wayne Zimmerman and Helm Thurow. Rev. and Mrs. Frank served as greeters. Field Trip For F.F. A. Club On Tuesday, Novemlber 21« 3T members of the Huntley F.Fj^. chapter, accompanied by Mr. Dennis Kwain, Vo-Ag instnictOT; Mr. Homer Barry, Dean of Boys at the High School; and Mr. Lee Hen¬ nig, a member of the Ag Advisory Ciuncil, attended the International Livestock Show in Chicago. Mr. Kwain stated th^^ this Is an annual educational trip for the chapter and that the boys learned mudi at the show. School Plans Open House & Dedication Plans are being finalized by the Board of Education, District 158, Huntley for an open house and ded ication of the new school building on Sunday, December 3, 1967 ac¬ ccording to superintendent "niomas E, Kelly, The new high school building will be open from 1:30 P.M. until 4:30 P.M. with a brief dedication* ceremony in the new study hall at 3:30 o'clock sharp. Mr. Wayne Zimmerman, Board President wiD preside at the dedi¬ cation ceremonies wtiich will con¬ sist of an invocation, bendiction, and building prayer by Reverend Firank and Reverend Heum. For¬ mer board memtoers who served during the building program will be introduced, as well as guests in¬ cluding Mr. Richard Tazewell, Mc¬ Henry County Superintendent of Schools; Mr, Charles Bradley. Jr., School Architect; and Mr. William Driessen, General Contractor. Mr. Driessen, General Contractor, will preseht tiie building to Mr. Zim¬ merman and Mr. Kelly for formal acceptance. School flags will be pre sented by Mirs. Donald Enstrom, President of the Huntley American Legion Auxiliary and Mr. Harold Doty, Ccxnmander of the Huntley L«grton Post. The Huntley School giris octet will conclude the pro¬ gram with a musical number. Inspection of the building will continue foUowing the progrm, and refreshments will be served by the F.T.A. Comniittee in the new Multi purpose room. The pubUc is cordiaUy invited to attend. Christmas Music Program Dates The annuel Christmas music con¬ cert of the Junior Hi and High School Band and Chorus wUl be given on Thursday evening, Dec- etrtber 14, at 8:00 p.m. The Kindergarten — Sth grades program wU be held on Monday evening, December 18 at 8:00 pjn. There will be further announce¬ ments on these programs in forth coming issues of the Farmside. Huntley parents are reminded to mark their calendar for these two music events. 130 Attend Teen Dance The teen dance sponsored by the Senior Pilgrim Fellowship group of the 1st Congregational Church on Saturday evening, November. 25, was attended by 130 youth of the community. Decorations in the Social Hall of the church carried out the Thanksgiving holiday theme. Music for the affair was provided by "ITie Country Squires" Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sec and Rev. and Mrs. Prank were chaperons for the group.
|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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