The Huntley Farmside
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^' HUNTLEY ^«^««'^^2S'S > OLLME 4 — NUMBER U THimSDAY, JL'I^V 4, 1963 PHONE: 312669-5621 (any time) (II no answer) 816-469-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY-, ILL 6 TAiiES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY Fire Department Called Huntley firemen responded to a call a little before 9 p.m. Sun- clay <'\<'niiiK, Juno 30. The fire was in a pile of dead trees behind the Marlowe Feed and Hatchery building near the Chicago, North¬ western lailroad tracks. Somehow earlier in the evening the trees (M)Ught firo and by the time fire¬ men arrived on the scene the blaze was reaching some 30 to 40 feet in the air. Tho Huntloy firemen used both trucks to extinguish the blaze. One of tho trucks was hooked on¬ to the fire hydrant with the or¬ derly precision of a big city fire department. The other fire truck worked vvith the orderly precision of a big city fire department. The other firo truck worked to exting¬ uish the blaze unti^l^ater sup¬ ply ran out. The F^T)epartment put out the fire in a little less than one hour's time. Tho burning trees were lying in a grove of living trees and the only damage was to several of the trees surrounding tj^^^ile. Had it not been for an Wtterly wind blowing sparks and debris, the Hunlley Fire Department would ha\o let the pile burn. However, the wind was blowing sparks which Ihey felt might ignite a fire in other parts of town, due to the di\ness in tho entire community World Service Pick - Up Church World Service truck pick-ups of clothing leccnlly col- liH'trd b>' churches in the United Clothing A[)peal for overseas re¬ lief arc screduled to serve a five stale area in November and De¬ cember. OiiKinating from the Church Woild Service Cenfed in Nap- panee, Indiana, th(^ trucks will be louted through Illinois during July Sth to the 12lh and will pick up (•lothing in Huntley July Sth. U) million pounds of clothing tor men. women. t(>enagors. and voung ehildren i.s needed to meet llie needs of people now being helped b.v the churches in rrepara- tion for the winter season. Cloth¬ ing is now being sent to Iran, Cre<>co, Chile, and other countries, i An.vone having good u.sed cloth- I ing to contribute for countless 1 needy in areas vvith too few re¬ sources of thoir own should take it to theii- local church. To take care of processing eight cents per pound is needed for contributed clothing. Further information can be ob¬ tained by contacting Mrs. Donald Enstrom at 669-3961 or the Church World Service Center, at Nappanoe, Indiana. Report From Park Board Sorenson Wins Beef at Bank The State Bank of Huntley ob¬ served the .50th Annivei-sary since being granted a charter with spe¬ cial activities last week, conclud¬ ing on Saturday with V2 of a beef being awarded to Victor Sorensen of Sorensen Implements. More than 500 pens were given by the bank to callers during the celebration. The bank personell wishes to thank all those who sent bouquets of flowers and notes of congratulation and everyone who helped in any way to make the event a successful one. Teener^eague Huntley Lions Beat Maple Park on Friday., June 28, by a score of 12 to 1. Dermis Enstrom was pit¬ cher for the Lions, He had 6 strike outs, allowed 2 hits and walked 1, Maple Park p^Mkt Redmer had 4 strick outs^^^alked 12 and allowed 5 hits. Huntley won in 3 innings due to a ten run lead ruling. On Sunday they lost a close game to Burlington in extra innings. Burlington won by 7 to 6. Burling¬ ton Pitcher, Turk, allowed 6 hits, walked 7 and struck out 12. Hunt¬ ley Lions pitcher. Brent Weber, allowed 7 hits, walked 4 and struck out 10. The regular meeting of the Grafton Park District Board of Commissioners was held June 19, at the Lakewood Village Hall. The meeting began at 8 p.m. with the reading of the minutes of the May meeting. It was reported that the new tenants had rented the apart¬ ment at the beach house. A new type of voucher check system was adopted on recommendation of the auditor. The annual audit was not yet complete. There was some dis¬ cussion on the construction of a sidewalk, running from the beach entrance to the store. The matted was tabled until more cost esti¬ mates could be secured. Commis¬ sioner Nacker reported on various sizes and prices of swings and it was decided to buy one four swing assembly. The beach manager reported that as of June 16, paid admis¬ sions totaled approximately 1600 people. Commissioner Lorence an¬ nounced the possibility of a lake patrol boat, and "was to investigate the possibility and cost, which would have to be shared by both park districts ar>4 lak« property owners. Representatives of the section of Crystal Vista which is in Dorr Township, requested in¬ formation on how they might an¬ nex themselves to the Grafton Park District, and indicated they would make such an effort. Some discussion on the status of resi¬ dents took place concerning peo¬ ple who live in the district for the summer only. After two such cases wore clarified for obtaining beach tags, the meeting was ad¬ journed at 10:30. Neil Bennett, Sec. of Bd. Huntley Lion's Teener League Baseball Team 7c PER copy Miss Kauffmann In Guatemala Miriam Kauffmann. Spanish teacher at the Huntley High School, is ^jknding an intensive seven-week,"' Jcond level Spanish Institute for the training of 50 secondary .school teachers in Gu¬ atemala City, Guatemala from June 21 to August 9. The institute is sponsored by Bradley University under the pro¬ vision of the National Defense Education Act of 1958. Upon successful completion of Ihe institute, participant* will re¬ ceive a maximum of six semester hours of graduate credit from the College of Education of Bradley University. All students will be lodged in private homes selected by the in¬ stitute. Classroom instruction will be of¬ fered in Hispanic culture, linguis¬ tics and leaching teachniques, new methods and materials and also tours of the markets and shops, with longer trips to celebrated places as Lake Atitlan, Antiqua, Chichicastenango, and Mayan ex¬ cavations. Achievement Night July 12 The Junior Clovers and Grafton Girls will hold their Local Acheve- ment on Friday, July 12 at the Congregational Church, Your ar¬ ticle for judging should be there by 1:30 Friday afternoon. Your families are invited for the eve¬ ning meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|