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^« HUNTLEY ^om,id, VOLUME 8 — NUMBER 36 THURSDAT. DECEMBER 14. 1967 PHONK: •«6»-Mai (any time) (it no answer) -4Se-0998 SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUHTLEY. ILL 2 SECTIONS — 36 Pages MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7 cents a cofs Bowl'Hi Thieves Apprehended It has been reported to this news¬ paper that 4 out of five of tiie gai^ who are aiedged to bave robbed the Bowi Hi Bowling /Uley located on Roote ft in Huntley liave been i^jprehended Mtd arrested. The McH«ury County Sheriff's po Icie would not <^Oinment as there is still one suspect at large. Two of the su^tects were arrested oo Sat¬ urday nig^t, according to a report from an undisclosed source, as they tried to rt* a Wheeling Bowlin? aUey. It is reported ihat these ar¬ rests were made by the Wheeling ami the Bufflow Grove Police. TTie third suspect is reported to have been arrested on Mwxlay night Dec. 10. It is also reported that tlJe fourth gave himself up. The robbery toolc place on Wed¬ nesday, Nov. 8. The burglers cut open the safe i" Wendal Weltzm's office with an ascertSene torch which they had talcen from Beo Hansford CSiwrolet. "Hje tbwves took a nicicel collection and oth0- nare cmns from the safe. lite burglers gained access to the bowlisg alley through a cdd air duite whkh led from the outside of the building to the furnace room. In additiim to tlie rare ooios- the bwgters robbed the vending mach¬ ines. ¦" ¦ Music Boosters Board Meeting The Huntley Music Boosters board met Mooday evening, Decem¬ ber 11. Mrs. JofaiBon and Mr. Tirk discussed tihe two ChrL^mas pro¬ grams — the Jr. High and High Schocri Tlnirsday, December 14 anu the Eiementary school prograni Decembtt- U. Flans ior the Winter Concert will be made at the January 8 meeting. Everyone is invited to Mend. Hie Senior clas band member.s will have tfaeir gonial trip with Mr Tirk to Chicago music stores Tues¬ day, DeconbcT 19 for selection of band musie. School Library Receives '^Black Ship Scroll" ChucK Kuth, center, accepts a copy of "The Black Ship Scroll" from author Oliver Statler for Hontley high schorf's growing library. Mr. Statler a resident of Huntley has written several widily-acclaimed books, ^ijchard Johnson, left, is sponsor for the Future Teachers .\ssociation, and RuUi' is chapter president. tDon Peasley Photo) Police Report ^tera cail fn»n the Town Tap on Main Street in the late aftemoon on Sunday, to investigate the repwt of a (Mstur- bance. Patrolman Gene Newmann of the police force summwied the McHen¬ ry County Sheriffs department for assistance. The Sheriff's depart¬ ment and the State Police squad car responded to the caU. Upon aiTiving at the scene Patrol¬ man NewTnann found a group of un¬ ruly people from out of town shout¬ ing aad hollering at each otfaer With the assistance of tlie other two departments Patrolman Newmann suppressed the disturbance and tfae crowd was di^)ersed. No com¬ plaints were signed. Record Com Yield Norman Zimmerman of Bunllfqr was given special reee^pMoa^ee November 17, for producmg a cotn yild of 157.0 bushels iier acre. This is double the lUinois state average com yieW for the past seven years. In producing iiis excepttoiud yield lie ined the single cross hybrid, Funlc's G-4^0, planted in 38 inch rows, with 26,000 plants per acre at harvest. He fertMized with UO pounds of actuid nitrogen, 72 pounds of actoM piioepiutte, and 72 pounds of actutd potaki per acre. Mr. HeffiT Marlowe of Maiiowe ree<fc FunkVo-HyiMid oom deider in Huntley, presented Zimniei*man with a Documented Yield Award following certification of his yield. Stanley Riley, Fxmk's G-Hybrid Dis¬ trirt Representative from Belvi¬ dere, participated in the presenta¬ tion. Joint Choir ^ C(mcertDec.lO The annual Christmas concert at the First Congregational Church in Huntley was presented by the com¬ bined choirs and bell c'noirs on Sun¬ day evening, December 10, A record crowd was in attendance. The Ch^el Bell Choir played the Prelude on the Whitechapel Hand¬ bells. The audience and the choirs sang two verses of "Angels Fro.m the Realms of Glory" as the 13 1st, 2nd. and 3rd grade children who comprise tfae Carol Choir proceeded to their places on the risers at tfae front of the santuary They then sang "O Come Little Ciiildren" and "Little Children Can You Tell." The Chancel Bell Choir, composed of high scfaool and adult members played "Little Town of Bethlehem" and "Hark tfae Herald Angels Sing." The Crusader Choir, composed of children in the 4th and 5th grades, nder the direction of Mary Kerrick and Marily Berghorn, sang "Go Tell It On tile Mountain" and "Angelos We Have Heard on High." Although illnes prevented the at¬ tendance of about one-half of the members of Chapel Choir which is directed by Mrs. Carl HUl, the seven girls who were able to come carried on in an excellent presents tion of "Child In The Manger." The 20-voice Chancel Choir then took their places as the audienc(> again sang a Christmas Carol "A.s With Gladness." Their i!uml)ers in¬ cluded "Joyous Christmas Song.' "Jesus Holy Child," with Mrs. Gene Jones as soloLst. "On Christmas Day." "Mary Had .t Biiby". soloist Mary KeiTick, "While Angels Sing," and the ever-loved "Sing Gloria." The program clima>ed with thf. entire group of 50 voices singirii; "The First Noel". "0 Come Ail Ye Faithful" witfa bell and organ ac compcuiiment, euxl the finale "Sil¬ ent Night", done in the darkened room, iit eariy by the candles car ri«i by each individual choir mem her as they encircled the entiro sanctuary. Following the concert hoUday punch and cookies were seized in the Social Hall, wfaich was dec¬ orated in festive red and greens for tlie holiday season. Mrs Ron Jirik, Mrs. Gene Jones and Mrs. Ron Krog Continued on page 1 Drill Team TjiPreform Huntley School Suiwrintemlent Thomas K. Kelly ha.s announced that The Devilaires, a rifle drill team consisting of ¦•\:\& 10 to 17 years of age, will perform at the halftime varsity intermission of the Huntley ¦ Kirkland Hiawatha bas ketball game here on Friday, Dec¬ ember 15. The group is sponsored by the Lions Club and VFW of McHemy and the American Legion and Founders Day Committee of Algon¬ quin, and is directed by Dr. Rob¬ ert. Riley of McHenry. The girls have requested this op¬ portunity to appear at Huntley a*-; they originally wero scheduled to march in the Huntley Veteran's Day Parade November 11, and were re¬ quired to withdraw when ono of their spor.soring organizations made a conflicting commitment for them. Following their appearance here the Devilaires will perform at the Continued on page 7 Annual School Christmas Shows The annual ChrLstmas programs by the Huntley school Vvill be given on two evenings this year. The Junior and Senior High pro¬ gram will he presented on Thurs¬ day, December 14- at 8:C0 p.m. di¬ rected by Mrs. Bernard Johnson. The Elementary program, directed by Mr. Rol>ert Tirk. will be pre sented on Monday, December 18, at 8:C0 p.:m. For the program on Thursday of this week the Junior Hi Chorus wil! open with "Mistletoe," "Little Lord," 'Winter Song", 'The Sleight", "0 Bambino", and "Drummer Boy;" The accompanists wil] be Ann Michelsen and Mary Schiescher. The Senior High Chorus will open theri part of the program with I^- Roy Anderson's 'Sleitth Ride", fol- lowede by the "Calypso Noel", "Tho Gift of Love", "There Shall Star from Jacob", and "Sign of a Merry Christmas." The Girls Chorus will prestmt two numbers from Tschaikovsky's "Nut¬ cracker Suite," "Trepak" and "Danee of the Sugar Plums." Two Girls Octettes will be fea¬ tured with 'Holly JoUy Christmas" and "I Heard the Bells." Solrtsts will be Linda Susong, Tim Kelly, Sue Jirik, Debbie Eckman, Sandi MeadowS, and John Weltzien. Accompanists arc Diane Hicks Kathy .Jensen and Pam .Jirik. The combined chcrusos will con elude the pi"Ogram with "O Com;' All Ye Faithful," accompanied by the Chancel Bell Choir ol the First Congregational Chureh Carols will be playod before the program by the bra.ss ensemble. Elementary Program The Elementary program to :>.: presented on Monday evening. Dec¬ ember 18, directed by Robert Tirk will include the following: "Up on the HousetfH)" by the Kin¬ dergarten; "Christmas is Hore". Guatelama Slumber Song," and ".Santa's Sleigh" by thp 1st grades. The 2nd grades will present "Deck The Halls," "Santa's Coming" aiid 'ChrLstmas Alphaix>t.' The 3rd grade will present "What The Wise Men Brought," "Must Be Continued on page 7 ec: pi: Signs of Christmas IBSPUIISP Pictured above is the outdoor manger scene at the Trinity Luth¬ eran Church. This was one of the first decorations to be put up at the beginning of the Advent season. Many honies have also been decorated in the Christmas theme.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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