The Huntley Farmside
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^^ HUNTLEY ^'^'^' VOLUME 3 — NITMBER 52 THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 PHONE: 312-669-6621 (any time) (If no answer) 816-459-0998 SCHOOL FILE }:U:;VLF.V HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PER COPY Scout-O-Rama On March 23rd the Huntley Cub Scouts, Pack 364, attended the Kishwaukee District Scout-O-Rama in Crystal Lake. Their Indian Lore display re¬ ceived a blue ribbon. In the afternoon a stage show was presented. The following boys performed. Den 2. Chief-Scott Evkman, Devil-Mike Raymond, Medicine men-Roger Burmeister and Tom Korwin. Warriors ¦ Vance Swanson, Dan¬ ny Barrett, Tom Kalsow and Scott Weltzien. Den 3. Chief-Mike Smith Buffalo, also Medicine man-Pat Donahue Drummer-Gary Schultz, Hunters -Bobby Zirk, Paul Dona¬ hue, David Schmietendorf, Gary Downen, Ronald Lake, and Otto Wille. The Pincwood Derby was con¬ ducted by the Huntley Chib Scout Committee. A trophy was awarded to each of the Throe winners. Is place went to Vinny Mayer, Oys¬ tal Lake. 2nd place went to Scott Weltzien, Huntley. Srd. place went to Paul Donahue Huntley. Dean's Li# Joseph C. Hemmer, of Route 1, Huntley, was one of 139 students of the University of Illinois (College of Engineering who was cited on the Dean's List for superior aca¬ demic performance^l^a recent re¬ lease from the Ut^lsity of Illi¬ nois. ^^^ At the end of the first semester 19621963 Joe had a scholastic average in all university work of 4.5 or better, based on 5 equalling "A," 4 "B", and so on. Honor stu¬ dents were in all four years of un¬ dergraduate study. Students on the Dean's List are eligible for the College of Engin¬ eering Honors Program. Under this they have special flexibility in sel¬ ection of courses, may select spe¬ cial class sections giving opportuni¬ ty for extra work, and as juniors and seniors have special privileges usually associated with graduate student status. Maintenance of a high grade average is necessary to remain in the Honors Program. Honor stu¬ dents when they graduate receive degrees inscribed "with high hon¬ ors", and for those especially out¬ standing inscribed "with highest honors." County Holstein Club Annual Banquet One of Illinois' top agricultural leaders was featured ^leaker at the McHenry County Holstein Club's annwU banquet at Union last weeli. Oscar D. Briwenden, right, is the speci&l assistant to the president nf tlie DUnob Agricultural AsaodNtton. From left: James Martines, Huntley, president; Al\in Rudsinsld, Hantley, secretary- treasurer and banquet conunittee chairman; and Henry Mariowe, Huntley, master of ceremonies. Borhart 2nd In Speech Contest Gary Borhart, Huntley High School Junior, placed 2nd in the Section 6 F.F.A. Speech Osntest. 12 schools were participating in the extemporaneous contest held at DeKalb High School Thursday, March 21. David Hemmer represented Hun¬ tley in the prepared speech. Dave did a very fine job with his speech but did not place in the top two. Any school having a first or second place winner is eligable for dist¬ rict competition. Gary will repre¬ sent Huntley at Minooka High School in the district contest on April 17th. Mvi Grafton Twp. Garage Area residents, especially those who live in Grafton township, are invited to an open house on Sun¬ day, Mar. 31, at the new Grafton township garage. Louis Schacht¬ ner, road commissioner, is anxious for the Grafton township taxpayers to see what their tax dollars have provided with no special assess¬ ment or levy. Mr. Schachtner has erected this building with his gen¬ eral operating funds at no further expense to the taxpayers. Mr. Schachtner and his an- ployee, Vernon Bunchan, have done most of the w-ork themselves with¬ out any extra salary and have con¬ tracted only for the work which they themselves coudn't do. This has saved the Grafton township taxpayers thousands of dollars. The two men tore down the Hough road machine and ctMnplete- ly rebuilt it themselves at no extra costs except the cost of new parts. This saving was put into the new township garage. Refreshments will be served at the open house. Easter Contata by Roger A. Perley The Huntley High School Senior Chorus will present the cantata, "The Story of Easter," by F. F. Swift, on Sunday, March 31, 1963, at 8:00 P. M. They will present the cantata this year in the Trinity Lutheran Church, Htmtley, Illinois. Tho cantata is composed of scr¬ ipture and story, plus songs and a film strip. The choir will open with a processional of "Hail the Day," then they will start the cantata. The cantata contains the vocal sel¬ ections of:"'God So Loved The World," "The Psalms," "Break Thou The Bread of Life," " 'Tis Midnight, and on Olive's Brow," "(Jo to Dark (Jethsemane," "There is a Green Hill Far Away," O Scar¬ ed Head Now Wounded," and "Christ the Lord is Risen To-Day." CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Career Day Students from McHenry, Boon, and DeKalb Counties will attend the University of Illinois Dairy and food Tecnology Career Conference at Huntley High School. The con¬ ference will be held Saturday, March 30, at 9:30 a.m. in the high school. The University of Illinois staff members, dair^' technology alumni, and present University of Illinois students will take part in the pro¬ gram. The program will includ a movey, discussions on career oppor¬ tunities in the dairy and food in¬ dustries, college curriculum requir^ ments, course selections, availabil¬ ity of scholarships (four $10(» sch¬ olarships are available), and other subjects pertaining to college ent¬ rance and life on the University of Illinois campus. Deans Milk Co. will have a com¬ plimentry lumch at noon for all students and parents who are att¬ ending the conference. The group will tour the Dean Milk Plant after the lunch program. Mr. Ben Aulik will be in charge of the tour. Jr. Class Play The Junior Class Play, "Cheaper by the Dozen," will be presented this Saturday night, March 30. Cur¬ tain time will be promptly at 8:00 P.M. Tickets will be sold at the door. There will be a short preview of the play for the high school stud¬ ents this Friday. It will start at 12:30 and end at 1:00. From 1:00 to 3:00 there will be a dress reh¬ earsal in which the entire play will be presented to the grade school students. A fee of 25c will be char¬ ged to each student. For the benefit of the cast, they will have another riress rehearsal that same night. 1 raining Clinic Mr. Gene Hardy and Mr. Elmer Britton of the A. W. Garlieb Im¬ plement Co., Huntley, Illinois re¬ cently attended the Sales and Serv. ice Training Clinic at Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co., West Bend, Wisconsin. Over 800 C5ehl Dealers and their personnel will have attended the factory clinics representing every state and all Canadian Providences All 1963 farm equipment fea¬ tures were unvieled at the event, including the introduction of a new Blender-Feed Box. This self- unloading grain-tight box enables feeders to haul both grain and blend them as they are unloaded. The clinic also featured all of the latest innovations on the (3ehl Mix- All Feedmaker that enables far¬ mers to produce commercial-quali¬ ty feed right on their owm farm; the leading Gehl C!hop-All Forage Harvester that lets farmers pmt up to 28% more silage into their silo due to its fine chopping; the new Self Unloading Forage Box featur¬ ing the new Safety Bar; plus the remainder of their line of forage harvesting, handling and feedmak- ing equipm^^j, Managenflpbt A. W. Garlieb stated that this sales and service clinic brought all of their sales and service personnel up-to-date on the (3ehl line to give better service to area farmers. Elach ma¬ chine featured at the Clinic is now on display a||^P dealership. Telegram to State Bank The State Bank of Huntley re¬ ports that they have received a telegram from the American Bank er Association which read as fol¬ lows : "(Congratulations. American Bankers Annual Edition featuring roll call of 7900 largest banks in the Unified States will report yoiir bank made gain of 79 places in rank since a year ago". This is the fourth year in a row that the State Bank of Huntley has experienced a large growth. Le^ioit Dance Last Saturday The Huntley American Legion held a dance last Saturday even¬ ing, March 23, at the Legion Home. Pictured above are stRne scenes fnHn the dance. A spedai attrac¬ tion was the Polka Dot Band which played for the dance. The affair was well attended by both young and ol± Evwryone teemed to have a good time.
|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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