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giieHUNTLEY '3f«»sirfe VOLUME 4 — NUMBER 51 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1964 PHONE: 312-669-5621 (any time) (If no answer) 815-4590998 8 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLV 7c PER COPY Wrestling Sho-tv Planned The Huntley American Legion Post 673 will break the ice on Sat¬ urday, April 11, when for the first time in the history of the village All-star Profession*! Wrestling will be presented >^B|i'' their spon¬ sorship. ^^ The Legion has secured a full card of big name i V wrestlers to entertain the wrestling fans from the Huntley area. I^l^card will be complete with a t^^Ream match. In the special ev^t. Bob Longo will tangle with Gypsy Joe, veteran spoiler. Gypsy has a reputation for stopping many young wrestlers on their way up and the Huntley pol¬ ice department's representative will have the toughest bout of his car¬ eer when he tangles on the April 11 card. Bob has been wrestling since 1939, and searted wrestling profes- sionaly in 1959. During a TV bout in Rockford he received a badly smashed nose v/hich resulted in a series of operations putting him "on the bench for a while. Advance tickets may be obtain¬ ed at Collins Pharmacy, Bowl-Hi Lanes, or from any Legion mem¬ ber who now have them for sale. F.H.A.o NEWS On Tuesday, March 2, the F.H.A. girls went on a tour of the Elgin State Hospital. They went through some cf the cottages there. Some of the patients told the girls what work their cottage did. The students also visited one of the occupational therapy rooms where the patients paint, make rugs and work on woodcraft. After the tour of the cottages they went to one of the lecture rooms where a doctor and a pat¬ ient each gave talks. The tour was made in conjunct¬ ion with the National F.H.A. theme which is Mental Health. 16 Confirtned at Trinity Lutheran Pictured above is the 1964 confinnation class at the Trinity Lutheran Chnrch, Huntley. This class was confJmied last Sunday. They are: [Top picture] [L—R] Patricia Staab, Susan Napermann, Pegrgy Knnde, Carol Schwab, Martina Miller, Pamela Stabb [Bottom picture] [frcmt row] Ronald Peters, Lyle Zicltuhr, Frank Scholer, Leonard Mattingly, and Roger Hennhig, [Back Row] Gerald Bundgard, Douglas Jordi, Arthur Kahl, Larry Albrecht and Arthur Prignitz. Parh Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Grafton Park Board was held last Wednesday night. Mar. 18, at the Village Hall. All commis¬ sioners were present. They were: President Porter, Lorence, Al¬ brecht, O'Conner, Nacker, Cow¬ lin and secretary Bennett. Three applications are vinder consideration by the Park Board for Beach Msinager for this year, as former manager Noil Bennett is not seeking the job again. The three candidates for he position will be considered at a special meeting this Thursday evening, March 26. A group of women from the northern end of the township township were present at the meeting and asked the Park Board to sponsor athetic activ¬ ities for them at the West Grade school, a school located in the northern Grafton township area. The group stated that if they were sponsored, it would cost $8 and if not sponsored by an organ¬ ization, it wo^ii^cost them $16. The Park BoSP is taking this matter under consideration. This mater also will be discussed at the special m^^j^ on March 26. Huntley Students In Music Contest Five Huntley High School Music students participated in the 1964 illlinois High School Association Music Contest for Soloists and En¬ sembles. This area's State Music Finals were held at Mt. Carrol High School, Mt. Carrol, Illinois. Faye Marlowe, Piano Soloist, played "Romance," by Schumann, and received an Excelent rating; Marjorie Jensen, piano soloist, played "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desir¬ ing," by Bach, and received a Good rating. Each of the piano soloists also had to sight-read a piece of music they had never seen before, as well as play three scales as selected by the judge from a rec¬ ommended list. Barry Benner, vocalist, present¬ ed "Madame Jeanette, by Murray, and received an Excellent rating; Alan Aavang, vocalist, sang "Ro¬ mance," by Shaw, and was award¬ ed a Good rating; and Larry Ket¬ chmark, vocalist, sang "Madame Jeanette," and received a Good rat¬ ing. The participants left for the Con¬ test site at 6:00 A.M., and returned to Huntley at 3:30 P.M. By Roger Perley Police Report John D. Johnson, 27, of Marengo was taken to the Woodstock Mem¬ orial Hospital for treatment of in- ji'rles sustained in a two-car ac- cient on he Huntley-Marengo black¬ top at 12:30 A.M. on Friday, March 20. Edward J. Peterson, 23, of 755 Randall Ct., Marengo was traveling west on the Huntley-Marengo blacktop. When he attempted to pass the Johnson car both cars went Into the ditch. Johnson received a broken leg and cuts from being thrown from the car. Peterson wes charged with failure to have his vehicle under conrot. Public Speech Contest Gary Borhart and David Hem¬ mer, Huntley High School Stud¬ ents, represented their school at the Section 6 F.F.A. Public Speak¬ ing Contest on Thursday, March 19, at Shabbona, Illinois. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hemmer, spoke in the prepared speech contest. The title of his speech was "Dynamic Challenges in Agriculture." Gary Borhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delwin Borhart, spoke in the Extemporaneous Contest. The sub¬ ject he drew was "Livestock Ex¬ hibition for Improved Livestock." Ninteen Schools were eligible to send students to this contest. The competition this year was very strong. David did not place in the top tow but Gary placed second with 12 students in his contest. Gary will travel next to the dis¬ trict contest which wiU be em- nounced at alater date. Coming Events The McHenry Qounty Home- makers Extention Association l» looking forward to the "Four Sea¬ sons Style Show with a touch of mink" which wlll be held Monday evening, April 13 at Martinetti's in Crystal Lake. The public Is invited and tickets are available through Unit mem¬ bers or the office in the Farm Bureau Bldg., Woodstock Special Meeting of Park Board, March 26th. Budget Hearing. Grafton Town¬ ship, March 31st, 8 P.M. Easter Trinity Lutheran Ohareh Rev. L. F. Mueller MAUNDY THURSDAY _ MARCH 26 8:00 P.M. Worship Serviee with celebration of Holy Commun¬ ion GOOD FRIDAY — MARCH 27 8:00 P.M. Worship Service with celebration of Holy Commun¬ ion EASTER SUNDAY — MARCH29 6:00 A.M. Sunrise Service with celebration of Holy Commun¬ ion 7-8:30 A.M. Light breakfast of coffee, milk and rolls will be served by the Walther League. Free-will offering 9:00 A.M. Sunday School and Bible Class 10:15 A.Mj Worship Service with the cel(_\.tlon of Holy Com- munlon^k' TOIIIl|P III HIGH OF CHRIST (^ngregationcd) MAUNDY THURSOAY — MARCH 26 3:45 P.M. Jr. Choir Practice 7:30 P.M. Holy Communion Ser¬ vice GOOD FRIDAY _ MARCH 27 2:00 P.M. Memorial Service EASTER SUNDAY — 6:30 A.M. Sunrise Service (Jr C) 7:30 A.M. Easter Breakfast by Churchmen's Fellowship 9:30 A.M. Church School 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship TUESDAY — MARCH 31 7:30 P.M. Junior High Teacher's Class WEDNESDAY — APRIL 1 7:00 P.M. Board of Deacons and 'Deaconesses 7:30 P.M. Senior Choir Pratlce St John's United Church of Christ Harmony Rev. Richard Felsing THURSDAY — MARCH 26 MAUNDY THURSDAY — 8:00 P.M. Worship Service with Holy Communion SATURDAY — MARCH 28 No Confirmation Classes SUNDAY — MARCH 29 EASTER 6:(X) A.M. Sunrise Service at Union 7:00 A.M. Easter Breakfast at Union 10:30 A.M. No Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Easter Morning Wor¬ ship Service with Holy Com¬ munion TUESDAY _ MARCH 31 8:00 P.M. Dartball — Harmony at Arlington Heights NOTE: On Sunday, April 5th there will be a congregational meeting following the morning worship service. Annual Town Meeting, April 2nd School Board Eiection, April 11. False Alartn On Monday Many Huntley residents were awakened Monday mornig by the fire whistle blowing automatically. The alarm was set off by an elect¬ rical - shortage at the Dean Milk Company plant at approximately 7:30 A.M. Huntiey flramen respon¬ ded to the false alarm.
|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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