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"^ HUNTLEY '^^^>d, VOLUME 9 — NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1968 pHomi .660-6621 (aay time) (if no answer) -ASe-Oeti ¦¦•¦ riLP '**fi* School 10 PAGES MAILED AND DISmORmBD a eaae Lions Club Meet The Huntley Lions Club held their regular bimonthly meeting Septmber 24th at the Huntley Le^on Home with 26 members, and 17 guests present. The Teener League sponsored by the Lions Club were special guests. Mr. Bill Ackman was present in place of Mr. Gene Ackman, managrer. Mr. Ackman presented the team Eind gave a resume of the teams record. The team then presented the first place trophy to the Lions Club. It is now on display at Heineman Hardware Lion Bud Weber, Program Chairman, then presented Mr. Jack McDonald, coach of the Huntley Higli School, who gave a very in¬ teresting' talk on the present foot¬ ball team, demonstrating the var¬ ious plays Huntley uses. In regjjlar business, it was de¬ cided to sponsor the Grade School Basktball Toumament again next Spring. Also all Lions are urged to help Lion Delaney at Home football games. Dates to Remember — October 4 & 5 Scout Peanut Day October 5 12 Noon — Tom Ziller Hay Day at Pat William's Farm October 8 ¦* Rcgntar Llons TWCfetthS" Huntley Moves Cole's Barber Shop moved on Monday, Septembor 30 to a new location at 9 South Woodstock St. This barber shop was previously located in the former Royal Blue Store building on East Main Street. The new location for Cole's Bar¬ ber Shop was formerly occupied by the Huntley Community Credit Union and prior to that was the Clyde Clanton Insurance Agency. Mr. James Elliott, an attorney in Huntley, has moved his.office from the Raymond J. Kelley building in¬ to the State Bank of Huntley offlce space formerly occupied by Attor¬ ney Henry Wells. The office space Mr. Elliott had been using formerly housed the Raymond J. Kelley law practice and was the original quart¬ ers of the Huntley Community Credit Union. Legion 11th Dist School Board Hay Day Sat Installation Here Meeting The llth District of the American Legion will install its slate of ofll- cers-elect on Saturday, October 5th Installation ceremonis will be held at the Post Home of the American Legion Post No. 673, which is loc¬ ated in Hvmtley. The officers to be installed are: Commander, Mrs. Elna Tierney of Elbum, Illinois ;Sr. Vice Comman¬ der, Thomas 0. Meyers, Jr.; Jr. Vice-Commander, Anton L. Fab¬ ian; Adjutant, Barbara J. O'Conn- ell; Finance Officer, William Wie- dow; Chaplain, John Durham; Judge Advocate. Donald Bateman; Service Officer, Merle Harrison; Historian. Myrtle Knapp; Sgt-at- Arms, Alvin Anderson and Ass't. Sgts-at-Arms, Florence Bakas, Rob¬ ert Haines and Jack Peitch. The oath of office will b admin¬ istrated by Morris "Bob" Noonen, Jr. of Plymouth, Illinois. He is a Past Commander of the Illinois Department of the American Leg¬ ion, and is presently serving as an Executive Committeeman on the National Executive Board of the American Legion. The Installing Sgt-at-Arms is Robert "Bob" Schultr, Commander Iif in«n*Hrir T-n*-^ jssfulfo.uru. Cliaplain tor the instaUafion is Richard "Dick" Staab, who is the present CSiaplain of the Huntley Legion Post. Mrs. Tierney, "Bobby" to her friends, served in the Women's Army Corps in WWII. She flrst enlisted in the Original Women's Auxiliary Army Corps,' (WAAC), and upon discharge from the Aux¬ iliary Corps in August 1943 im¬ mediately re-enlisted in the Wo¬ men's Army Corps (WAC),- serv¬ ing for three years until 194*. Bobby served in Seattle at the Continned on Vage 2 DISTRICT INSTALLATION Scouts Plan Paper Drive The Huntley Boy Scouts will hold a paper drive on Saturday, October 12. The regular meeting of the Board of Education was held on Wednes¬ day, Septmeber 25, in the board room of the high school, with all members present. Mr Bennett, the librarian at the school was present at the meeting. He presented his requests and recommendations for needs ol the library vvhich should be considered in the budget He recommended a newspaper rack which would hold 10 newspapers on sticks. At the pre sent time the newspapers are stor¬ ed on shelves which should contain books. A 4-drawer file cabinet to contain non-book majterals such as pamphlets, news dippings and pictures. Metal shelves for the st6r age, room, a film strip cofcinet microfilm storage space, a secre¬ tary's desk for Mrs. Williams, |200 for book binding repairs, library supplies, were other items in the list of recommendations. He re¬ ported tbat last year $420.07 was spent for supplies. Money for the purchase of books, pamphlets and periodicals is also needed. He stat¬ ed that at the present time there are no pamphlets in the library. Last yar |S^.44 was apent to nur^UMe }^>^.tte,*^fr^emei.m.f^ pr ical sabscriptions and microfilming. He recommended microfilming as being a better mans of storage and less expensive than building a larger room. The board studied the proposals and later in the meeting adopted a motion by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mr. Stading to approve a library budget for the high school for the sum of 14600.00, of which $1000.00 is to be used for aodioTisual equip- Contioned on Page llu-ee SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Election Notice An election will be held this Sat¬ urday, October Sth at the Village ^lall in Hunttey to determine wfteth er improvements should be made to Huntley's water and sewer systems. Polls are open from 6 A.M. to 6 PJM. Howard Ruth, speaking for the Huntley Lions Club, has informed the Farmside that Saturday, Oct¬ ober 5, wHI be a "Hay Day" for Tom Ziller. Mr. Ziller, who is farm¬ ing the Clanyard No. 3 farm, had a bam fire a few weeks ago, due to lightning. Fanners are asked to bring a load of hay, straw <«• oats to the Pat Williams farm at 12 o'clock. Refreshments will be served by the local Lions Club. The Uons (Tlub plans to hold similar "Hay Days" for other farmers who may suffer in future fires. Coming Events Music Booster's Meeting — Oct¬ ober 8, 1968 — 7:30 P.M. — Teach¬ er's Lounge. Plam will be discussed for the annual fund raisingi " "SURPRISE AUCTION". Marlowe's Mark 35 th Anniversary Marlowe Feed A HAtcheiy eom- pl«ted 3$ yean kt th^ fe«d bmi- qMili Ml Septea^ber m IMS. ilK bosMns was orghMuy started by Henry Marlowe taking orders for feed. It was then picked up from a warehotise in Chicago and de¬ livered to ttoe farmers by Rudy Schoof. The flrst customers were William Hartmann Sr., Herman Wesemann Sr., and Fred Back- haus. We are happy to say that we still have customers from each of these three families after 35 years. Mr. Mariowe opened a small feed store in the Kelley building in 1934. The store was moved to the present Legion Home in 1940. The Kelly Mill on Route 47 was pur¬ chased in 1945 anA Marlowe Feed and Hatchery operated here for the last 23 years. Feed Grindipg- and more equipment were added in 1958. Employees of the firm and Mr. Carl Fogel of the Farm Store next door enjoyed a party with cake last monday, Octoljer 1, after closing. Special School Board Meeting A special meeting of the Board of Education was held at the high school on September 16, at 8. P.M. This meeting was called for the purpose of holding a hearing on a tentative budget and tn approve a levy for school purposes. All members of the board were present. The meeting was heid open for one hour and there being no objectors, the meeting was ad¬ journed on a motion by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mr. Jirik. At 9 P.M. a meeting was called for the purpose of approving the annual school budget and to ap¬ prove an ordinan^ as prepared for the annual school tax levy. All mem bers were present A motion was made by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve the 196&-69 an¬ imal school budget as prepared. The vote was 7 ayes. A motion was made by Mr. Stad ing, seconded by Mr. Bastian that by resolution the Board of Educat¬ ion extend the rate of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund from .022 to .04. This motion carried, 7 ayes. At this point in the Meeting Mrs. Thnm was excuseAduc to 4H|fS|i- ~<A'iBvtisa ^rei.teaee uf tif. Bat- tian, seconded by Miss Mackeben to levy the following amoimts: Educational Fund 4850,000. General Bldg. Fund 70,000. Transporution Fund .... 16,000. 111. Mun. Retirement Fund 7,000. Jr. College Fund 3,600. liability Insurance Fund 2,000. TOTAL $448,600. Conting Event The second meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Parent Teachen Association wiH be held on Wednesday, October 16, at 8:00 p.m. in the Eaenmtary Seh¬ ool gymnasium. After the business meeting those attending will form into i^oops to discuss ^e repoitcards and grading system. Refreshments will be served fol- lowink adjournment.. i^. ^Huntley Redskins Win Third Game in a Row, . by Bob Wicke. Last Friday night Huntley down¬ ed Hiawatha High of Kirkland by a score of 27 tol3 for its third straight Little Eight Conference triumph. Chuck Goehl led the way for the Redskins, scoring three touchdowns and passing for one Huntley drew first blood on a six-yard run by Goehl in the first quarter. Barry Borchart's kick was good to make the score 7-0. This was all the scoring in a tough first half, and Huntley led at the half by the same 7-0 score. In the third quarter Hiawatha struck on a 15 yard run by Pat Prindiville. The point attempt fail¬ ed to give a narrow lead of 7-6 to Hantley. (lOehl then found John Bastian wifh a seven yard scoring pass, Continued on Page Seven THREE IN A ROW Ceacfa Jack Md>onaid gires Kame stratacy to Sedskhi Majrer Barty BorduM dariag lastFridagr ni^rts game agafaist Hiawattia.
|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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