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^e HUNTLEY ^«M^"^e yOLUMB 9 — NVMBBB $ THURSDAT. BIAT ». INI iaav MaM) 410-0998 ¦eee.Mai <tf no aaawar) 8 PAGES 3 Huntley Youths In Acddent Three HunUey youths, Brenda Kunde, 17, M^rty Ackman, 16, and Peggy Haclder, 19. were tak¬ en to Woodatock Memorial Hos¬ pital on Sunday following a 2 car accident on the Boute 14 bypass weat of Woodstock. According to reports a car driven by Jantet L. Lions, 20, of Algonquin spun out o< control, and strudc a oar driven by Larry Lembke, 1», Algonquin, and overturned wlien one of the brakes locked. The Lembke car also overturned. Wayne Petty, 18, Lake-in-the- Hills, a passenger in the Lyons car was also taken to the local hospital. He and the others were treated and released. Peggy Hackler was the passen¬ ger in the Lembke car, the otiiers were passengen in the liona car. The cars were returning from Lake Geneva where the couple* had gone ior a plcnk: toe day fowUing the Huntley prom. On Saturday, Don Froehling, 19 waa sil^tly injured wfaMi his car toroed over oh Hemmingaen road. FreHUes ia^.-fmmf^^itt.¥em feU aaie^. School Band Concert May 11 TTie Huntley High Schocri Band and Chorus will present their an¬ nual spring show on Saturday, May 11, at 8:00 p.m. The show will be entitled "This Is My Country," wtdch is a sketch of ^neiican His¬ tory from the Revohition to the Space Age, taking form in a serte* of scenes from the C^onial era to the present. Lead parts wiQ be taken by Gary Helimoth as Uocle Sam and (Carles Ruth as Scoter Baxter, a brash young men about 17 years old. Otiier parts wfll be as follows: Brother Spenco", Tim Kelly; Annie Thomas. DcU>ie. Boriiart; Nathan Thranas, Tom ^]itowin; Polly, De¬ lores Fawfees;'i'^f5ue, Pat Zimer¬ man Nancy Wilkens, Mary Kerrick; Jed Wilkins, Len Matdngly; Haidc Miller, Tim KeUy; Julie, DebWe Edunan; Martha Nelson, Sue Eg¬ gers; George Nelson, Joanne Lamz: Mr. Schmidt, Tom Krowin; J,im Nel- SMi, Len Mattingly: Amy. Mary Borhart; Preadier, Dorothy Gray. The chorus wiil sing patriotic nunAers of our country, such as "March of Freedom," "Where In the World But in America," "The Water Is Wide," Debbie Eckman, soloist; 'T)eep River," "America Our Heritage," "Dear Hearts and Gentle People," San<« Meadows, so¬ loist; "Beyond the Blue Horizon," Debbie Kimson, soloist; "Rve Bat¬ tle Hymn of the Repdiilie" wffl be die finale. Accompanists will tie Diane Hicks, Kathy Jensen, Pat Donahue, and Pam Jirik. SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGI! SCIIOOL HUMTLEY, ILL MAIUDD AND DISiniBinnBD WODBUr 10 th Anniversry ToBeCelebrated On Sunday, May 19, tbe Trinity Lutheran Church in Huntley wiH celelnnte the 10th anniversary of building dieir new church stniettu'e, at both tfae 8 o'dodc and 10:1S serv¬ ices. The Rev. Leroy Muell«r, who was Paator at tbe time of tiw dedi- catkXL wiB be the gueat speaker at both services. At U:30 a.m. the congregation wUl meet ni the lower level of the churdi for a po4uck dhier. Those at- tendii^ are a^ed to bring dishes to paes. At Uiat time friends who wish to do 80 will be able to visit widi Pastor Mueller. 1968 Prom 8C Post Prom llth District Girls State Tea On Sunday, May Bth a Tea was held for the Girl Staters of the llth District of the American Leg¬ ion Auxiliary at the Huntley Post Home. District, County and Unit Qnltimfm Mn. Anrald Chesak mMr aU tba-arrtrngamsata and welcomed all. There were 80 reg¬ istrations. The Govemor of Girls State, Kathy Bolger of McHenry, and four of last years girls stat¬ ers were present. Mrs. Chesak Kttroduced the Unit Girl State Chairmen. They iwe- sented the girt from their Unit The mothers of the giris were also presented. Mrs. Chesak gave the girls an out line of gvcle state and then presented Kathy Bolger who told of procedure at Jacksonville for the week. Th« ©rls who- went last year t^n had a question and answer period. Social tiours folknved with cake iced with the outline of Illinois and Xhe Jadcsonville campus, punch cof¬ fee and tea served. Sue, daughter of,Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jirik, is this years Huntley Girl Stater. Pictared abave ane JaBe Enstrom aad The gymnasium of the Huntiey High Sdxxd was tiie setting for tiie 1968 Prom, IkM on Saturday, May 4. lhe men;ibers of the junior class tiad amnrerted theinse rttttinto a -f cammed setting of "Camelot" with 20-inch streamers ot Burgundy crepe paper, 6000 feet of it acxoss the ced¬ ing. At tiie end of tiie room tliree tables were arranged witii candle- bra and the crowns and gifts for the court. Ttie crowns tor ibe king and queen of tfae Piom were dooated by Collins Jewdry of Woodatock. The west end of tfae gymnasiiHn contained the platform and pedes¬ tals where the King and Queen were entiuxined. Tlie foa^ occtipied the northwest comer of the room, and a lefrestiment stand was set up in ttie southwest comer. Guests were seated along tiie north and south sides of die rom. At tfae refreshment table two "jesters" in green pages coatiBnes served the guests. Tbey were Con¬ nie Ball and Karen Bloedom. Steve Goehl was crowned King of the Prom, by Paul Yurs, standing in for Gene Ackm^i, the 1967 King , Steve Goehl Prom King aad Qoeea was unable to be preset^. Miss Jidie Enstnmi was crowned tiie Queen of the Prom, by Detibie Edonan, stand¬ ing in fw Jaoqvse Howard, \riio was not pcesent Membaaa-af-tt* Ki«is» Court were Leonard Matting, Chuck Ruth, and Stan Hafferitamp. The memiiers of the Queen's Court wei?e Sue Nepperman, Pat Staab and Cand Schwab. Tile Class Sponsors wlio assisted the members of the Junior Claes in a supervisory capacity were Mr. Tirk and Mr. Petersen. Music for the Prom was tfae Dick Bankers 4-piece band from Elgin. Following the prom a post prom party was held at the fire station based on a notical theme. The cou¬ ples were served Fish on a Iwn, Barbeques, Potato chips, Jello rel¬ ishes, Brownies, cake, and milk Orange drink was donated and de- gpenced by a cooler loaned i>y Mc¬ Donalds Drive in in Crystal Lake. The band, Qood Eartfa, was i^iaced on a pontoon boat ^aced in the center of the floor. Tlte couides en¬ joyed games and priaer and danc¬ ing. Milk Queen Contestants VUlage Board Meeting The regular meettog of the Hunl¬ ley Village Board was heki on Thurs¬ day, May 2, at the YilLafe HtfL AU members ««re present FWkywhig ent prrilmtoary read¬ ing of biUs, triawiir's raport and reading of tfae mimttes, a refiretaat- ative from Bator and Woodoui^ the engineeriflg firm, preseirted the foUowing rpport to tfae board Irving estimates of tfae oosU of water treatment facilities for Htntley: 1. Genend Conditioa, Lurv Sam. $5,000. No. 2. Excavatkm and Badt- fiU, j^mivfanat^ Quantity, 199 C.Y.. IMt Cost HOa $450. 2. Ooncrate Work, Aproximate Quantity $l«a, IS.0O0. 4. Retaforceing Steel, 6,000 u>s.. 10.20, njee. 5. Btrikftgc Bepmt^ structure. Lump Sm. ^OIO. ti. Watev Treatment EquiiNnent, Lun^ Sum. asftn, 7. EqttipmeM Instdla- tion. Limp Sum, |S,?oa 8. PkupUng Woric, Usnp Sum- |R,O0O. ». Pafat- hig, Lump Sum, $1,000. 10. Ele«tric- al Work, Ltanp Sam. 9S,Mli VdW Constructkm Oaet, $00,000). Contfav gendes ItH per ceM. $6,()Q«. Sogfawcr- ing, $7,000. Leftf 1 per cent, $000^ Total Pwiject Oast $73,801 Litor in tlie meettog Mr. Bfawfa- field, atatetee imginaiirlng cwwdtant of die VUIai^ WM prasent He stated tlMtt *emiemigaiyriiiaeieelemme' *wt'l(^<<Wi(lifc' Jli iQMited "that $113,000. is outstiBidtot in tbraa pre- vims revenne bond issues .Tlie moat the vill^ie oaa hawam bjr iMabig general obHgatkn txnds Is fln.O0a Mr. BfaxhAeU esplafaied that ge»- end oUlgatioB hoods nnrt be voted tvon ie en Oeetkn. He said tl^ ure peM ett ov«r a period ef W Oondmed ooPafeT t to R: Maiy Loa DangetfleU, Bisfoot: Bonnie BarreU. Harvard. Liada Fees. Mar¬ engo; Joyce Walter, Hebron; Jayne Thomas 1967 Milk Queen; Kathy Goodall, North Boeae: Carsi S«*walK Baatley: Patrida Savaitc. Rlchawad. Moatgeniery Stndto Photo L to R: Mary Lou Dangerfldd. Bigfoot; Bonnie Barrett, Harvard- Ln^ Fees, Mar- Ropn; Carol Schwab; Huhtky; PAtrida Savage, Ridimond'. Montgomeit Photo Sons of Lepon To Be Activated An open letter to the membera of die Huntiey AmericaB L^km F^oet en. Dear Comrade: A Sons Of The Amerioab haifiaa. squadnn is bstaf roaethfated bt ov Post and wmM tke to eneourage ynu- eo-epcratlOB te tkis matter. Comrade JmI Bddsa bas oHtead his aervioBs to Areet Hla sqnadivii We are most OiaakM tint Jbd Is willing to ose Us tfw^ ia thto gsadl American LexiOB veofuete. tie 9em Of Tlie AimtloaD Le» ftioo is a non^pdltieal. nwainftiilisi dv&ao oniiniaaHaii tetAm et and ttepsoos et then^bers of tke Ameriean leteeat, and soeh Undo <iesoendaa|i of vaieraaa who died Ut servfce darbw tfae Worid Wan. th^ Korean coiilUot or subseouent to their howmble (Hsefaarge IKaa Mcfa awvtee. "Hie nwmbeta are tatndit tile value of comradeship,. sports- nuuuMp. sitlaeiaUp, die Coosttta- tkm of the IMted Statas, and the histoiy of oot-JBac and ila defndMs. An organizdltto HiiinhM em ba held Friday lighl. tUfmi, 7:» p.m. at the Post hoeie. We bo0<> vwi win enooia««e year bojr Or boys to be at thb me«tiac. A miii- fanum of ten faoft aro mnaoilj to be able to get a SAL dhattcr. We hope tbeir wfB he taeiv tabre at this first meeting Yours InSnprice, IteoldDMjr. ObaiBiante' Bntley Post He. M PS.: The pareob are tafed to a*> te^tbis^(f«^a#pif^.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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