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^e HUNTLEY '^oktmck 'K'^. VOLUME 9 — NUMBER 10 THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 19«8 FHONii 4t«».4i«21 (aay that) (tt no answer) 46»-0»98 ^*hM#- 8 PAGES Village Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Huntley Village Board was held on Thursday, June, 6th, vAth all members present except leonard Ackman. Following the preliminary busi¬ ness of paying the bill and reading of the minutes, the board recog¬ nized Mr. Raymond Kelly. Mr. Kelly stated that he had a water problem in his house on Coral Street. He said that during the winter a leak developed in the line leading to his house. The line was put in prior to the construct¬ ion of the ViUage Hall garage and runs underneath the structure. Mr. Kelley requested that the village permit him to run a line to his house from 1st Street on Property which he owns. He requested that the village pay for putting water in up to the Coral Street lot. TTiis matter was turned over to the Water Committee. It was suggest¬ ed to Mr. KeUy that he put in a one-inch line. Mr. Peter O'Grady was present at the meeting and presented a plan to the ViUage Board to build 4 apartment buildings on the lots in back ot the houses on the East side of Lincoln Street. Mr. O'¬ Grady said this would entail the village opening up the planned streets of Henry and Harold which run next to the Strickland home and the Zirk residence. He asked if the village would vacate the str¬ eets at the beginning of the ap- ai)tment lot lines. He said that he would then construct asphalt drives to the apartment dweUings. Mr. O'Grady stated that the build¬ ings would be of two-story con¬ struction with utility and efficiency rooms in the basement. Each of the four units would have 5 appart- mcnts. The construction of the proposed buildings would be brick. It was mentioned by a member of the ViUage Board that some residents on Lincoln Street have built their homes facing Henry ContUiued on page two Scouts Plan Camp Out Boy Scout Troop 167 plan to hold a weekend campout Jun 14-16 at Dieke Park. The scouts will prac¬ tice in Nature, Pioneering, Archery, and Fitness. They wiU also celebrate Flag Day. A campfire will he held Satiu-day at 8: CO. Parents are in¬ vited anytime during the campout. SundaySchool Awards Given Ooe htndrcd twenty-ei^t mem- hers of the Sunday School classes in the (Toocregationar Church were pre^jHat tbTedve Att«idance Awards at the Worship Service on Sunday, June 9. These induded duldren from the nuriery class through eighth grade. To t>e eligiUe for the amards the dtifdren. had attended classes and dcme certain required meniory work suitable to their grade. In addition, the sudents in the sec¬ ond grade were presented with Bill¬ ies. Tliese students were: Fred Er¬ mel, Andrea Luige, Jmiis Parisek, Tamava Ream, Brett Roesslein, Gregory SchaUer, Debra Scfaroeder,^ Vsaotby Swanson and Brian Tess¬ mer. ^y^^M^}^''^^'^' MAILED AND DISTBIBUTBD Annual Chicken Bar-B-Q June 16 Saturday, June 16, Father's Day, is the date of the annual Lions Club Chicken Barbeque at the Huntley Fire Station on Coral Street. On that day the delicious barbe¬ que chicken with accompaniments of baked potatoes, baked beans, salad, rolls and coffee wiU be served to one and all, starting at 11 a.m. and continuing until 4 p.m. Home made pie and ice cream wUl also be avaUable. This annual event, sponsored by the Huntley Lions Club, is an ex¬ cellent manner to give Father a treat on Father's Day, meet and visit with friends, and help the community services sponsored by the Lions, as funds from this affair go back into the community for various civic projects. Band Wins 1st at Harvard Dairy Princess Candidates Dairy pnmiotion activity in Mc¬ Henry county quickened each Jtme. The 1968 candidates (br T>eiry Prin¬ cess have been determined with local sponsors presenting a dozen candidates for the honor. The variety ot events are coordi¬ nated by the McHenry County Dairy Promotion Council. Starting with an appearance by the candidates in the Harvard Milk Day parade, the Council plans major events, through this month. Miss Clara Nor, reigning Dairy Princes, will appear liefore the Woodstock Kiwanis this week. The candidates will take part in grocery store promotions during the month. The annual Dairy Banquet is scheduled .June 27 at Woodstock. During the day. Phyllis Stremming, Illinois Dairy Princess, brings her June Dairy Month activities to Mc¬ Henry county. Phyllis wiH meet with members of the press and take part in local projects. The Dairy Promotion Council last week decided to encourage 4-H clubs to take part in dairy promotional iprojects with recognition at the an¬ nual lianquet. About eight clubs are planning projects this month. Co-chatrmen for the banquet are Don Hansen and Oiarles Weingart, pronrineajL dairy farmers. The ban¬ quet wmbe held at the Woodstock Moose JWge and the winner of the Dairy E^ncess contest wiU be an¬ nounced to climax the evening. FoUowing are the 1968 candidates for Dairy Princess: Patricia Dowey, daughter of Mr. and Mts. John Dowey, Harvard, sponsored by Harvard PMA local. Jeanette Lemcke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lemcke, Harvard, McHeary County Fmto Bureau. Jean Ridi, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rich, Harvard, Big Foot PMA loctf. Diane Dimon, Mr. and Mrs. AUen Dimon, McHenry, Crystal Lake PMA local. Kathy KopseU, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence KopseU, Htaitley, Huntley PMA local Linda Liedberg, Mr. aod Mrs. Continued <m page 2 The Huntley High School band took first place in the Class "C" di¬ vision of high school bands in the marciiing contest held in connection with Harvard Milk Day on Saturday, June 8. A total of 45 of the 48 mem¬ bers of the local band group par¬ ticipated in the parade. TWs year the event honored the late Senator Robett F. Kennedy. The Harvard MUk Day parade wound up this year's tiand activities. According to band director, Robert T^rk, the local band has had twenty <jniformed performances this year. After the parade the band mem¬ bers went to the Wisconsin Dells for the week-end and stayed at the Birchfliff Loff Lodge. The students paid tV'eir own way for this trip. Adults who accompanied 'the group were Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Tiik, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ream and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aulik. The members of the band who participated in the Harvard MUk Day festivities were: Seniors; D. Dowren, J. Enstrom, D. Hicks, D. Jovadi. J. Kudlach, M. Kerrick, T. Kelly, J. Scherer, and P. Shaab. Juniors; R. Kueshner, J. Aulik, M. Bible School On Monday, June 10, the two-week summer program of Daily Vaca¬ tkm Bible School at the First Con¬ gregational Church began. 89 cbfl¬ dren enroUed on the first day, and 15 additkmal yotuigsters came into the groi^ on the second day. There are 5 classes — Nursery, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd & 3rd grade, and the 4-5-6th grades. The children assemble each morning at 9 in the sanctuary for 20 minuetes of singing, prayers, and worship. The time from 9:20 untfl 10:20 is for class study. From 10:20 tmtil 10:45, mUk and cooldes are served and the children have a play period. At 10:45 xxAU lt:25 they work on handicraft related to their study, U:25-U:3d is clean-19 time. On Sunday, June 23, the chil¬ dren wiH give a program in tfae sanctuary at. 10:00 a.m. which wUl coDdude their study. F<^owing the prognm parents and guests will be invited to tour the dassromns and view the work whiich has been done. Teachers of the DaUy Vacation Bilrie School this year are: Mrs. Lois Parisek, Shirley Zorka, Louise Bakley, Irene Yurs, Glacbrs Adams. Hosiers are Ann Micfaete^, Pam Jirik, Trudy BaU, Debbie imi, Pam Iseid^art and Pat Zimmerman. Borhart, F. Donahue, K. Jensen, S. Wolfers, and P. Yurs. Soph.; D. Fawkee, D. Gray, G. HeUmuUi, U Koeh, P. Pudladi, J. Lannz, M. RaynKHid and B. Shott. Frosh; T. Aavang, B. Albredit, M. Conhey, P. Donahue, S. Hayes, D. Hicks, P. Jirik, S. Kalsow, G. Kodi, T. Korwin, R. Masters, D. Neumann, B. Sdwlar, 0. Wffle sod T. Hoffman. • Color Guard; D. Eckman, S. Eg¬ gers, D. Borhart, S. Jirik, D. Cam- beU, N. RoWwins, V. Starman, P. Zimmerman and D. HeUmuUi. Picture on page 3 Police Report On information received by the Village Board there was a building violation at 232 Nortti Chun^ Street. Tlie ViUage Board instruded the VUlage attorney, Mr. Henry Cowlin, to draw up the necessary papers and have them validated and instructed the Chief of PoUce, Ridiard Nel¬ son effect the service of the papers which was done on Saturday, Jtme 8. The legal papers were served on the owner of tbe premises, Mr. Joe Rizzo and the premises were in¬ spected by the BuUcUng Conmiis- sioner, Marvin Radloff and Chief Nelson. Tlie informadon was then turned over to tiie-VUlage Attorney, Henry CowUn, for apfx-opiiate' ac¬ tion. Huntley Lions Installation The Huntley Lions Club held in¬ staUation of new officers following a dinnw at Tlie Evergreens on Sat¬ urday, June 8. Guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Thad Stolze and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ddd». Ut. Stobe, who is Deputy District Govemor of District I-J, c(»daded the inNal- lation ceremony. Mv. Deicke has re¬ cently been awarded a Itfetime mem¬ bership in Lions Interaatkmal. He spoke briefly to the new officers and their guests. The offkers for IBU-et are: Pres¬ ident, Charies Lamb: 1st ^^ce Pres¬ ident, Wamer RcMwing; Sad Vice Preskient, Eidon Pf^: Srd Vice Pvwkteu, Howard Ruth; Tall TtHst- cr, Clarence Hartman; lion Tamer, Don McCullom; Secretary-Treasur¬ er, Hetoutb Tliurow; Directors — Arnold Chesak. Wm. Ktiestener. IM Ewwt, Jim Lane. Un4)ffiaal Election Returns FoUowing are unofficial returns from the Thirty Third Senatorial District and the Thirty Second Representative District which wen voted on in Grafton Township ls«t Tuesday, June 11. The ftrst figure is Grafton 1, the second, Crrafton 2 and the third, McHenry County. Total Votes Cast 118 6S ISM9 Tetal Registered 591 Ul 4»4M Total R 8S 51 9JM6 ToUl D SS 14 S4M Percent Voting 19.97 UM 27.17 U S Senator (Vote for one) Dirksen <R) 68 48 8,676 Johnson (R) 6 1 689 Clark (D) 33 13 2,940 Govemor (Vote for one) Altorfer (R) 52..28 3>469 OgUvie (R) 21 17 5,098 Straton (R) 4 2 660 Sutton (R) 3 0 304 Shapiro (D) 33 12 8,000 Lt. Governor (Vote for one) Dwyer (R) 70 42 8,898 Simon (D) 28 IS 2,752 Contiaaed on Page Six Co. Scholarship Witmerslfilnied Winners of University of Illinois Scholarships in McHenry County have been reported to Mr. Richard L. Tasewell, County Superintend¬ ent of Schools, who accepted ap¬ plication for these sch^arships last December. Three schcdarships are available in McHenry County, awarded on the basis of scores made on the ACT examinations given on May 13, 1967, August 6, 1967, and Oct¬ ober 21, 1967. They exempt the winners from tuition fees for a period of four years. The scholar¬ ships for McHenry County are as follows: Agriculture — Charles William Ruth, Huntley ChUd of Veteran of World War I — Nonnan Gust Kallner, Har¬ vard ChUd of Veteran of World War II — Paul Cari Leslie, Marengo. . These 8Ch<darships can be nsed only at the University of IlliM^ ': and are in addition to the Genend ; County Scholarship winners pre- ¦ viously announced who can itie '¦ their scholarships at any oH the - . eight state-supported univenlties in Hlinois. Richard L. TaseweU T McHenry Gountgr SuperiO^ tendent of School^ Cong, YoUng Couples^ The nenlf^ormed Chib et tiie Tim, Chundylatlier^ 1% 00 CYiray, JaiMr't»%J siiitkig to tto iMOjOf Brass Lsatem.i^'i ' %are li| attandaWoe. tliis group is ofim. te or toodt nMtniMn beiag.- yeass ki aefi. •ibe gN«|> itetti tut U caottjik i^eeglfe'L bracket XtSn^eyeee UUi^ilM , a second groM> may ba mmA. Ttma ieemeem eie ariM (o «•• tact the Pastor. Rev. Robert nflUftx.^ mttete- .jiM^'
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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