The Huntley Farmside
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..»##•¦. V giiG HUNTLEY '3'«**»«i^« ¦^&^'' VOLUME 8 — NtMBER 10 THinUa>AY, JUNE $, 1967 teotm-. .fl69-6621 (any time) (If no sMwer) 4694998 SCHCCL FILE HUNTLEY :[[ : t SECTIONS - to PAGES aiAiLKD AXD msnuBOTBD vftamjjX T «Mili par copf VUlage Board Meeting Report An village trustees were present at the regular ninthly meeting ol ti>e ViUage Board on Thursday, June 1. After the fweliminary reading of minubes and approval at bills Mr. LOTMi Woodman, of the engineering firm of Baxter and Woodnjao en¬ gineers for the ViUage of Huntiey, reported ttiat his firm had filed an ap^cation for a Federal Grant for wortc on the Huntley sewerage treatmort i^ant as the board had requested. The State oi Illinois re quires all viHages to add chlorine and build a polishing pond as part of the sewerage treatment opera¬ tion. Tlie Village Board voted to raise the salary cf Mr. P«cy Swanson. village street makitenanoe man to $sn.00 per mooih. Tlie salanes of the two Huntley poUcemen was raised $10.00 to $430.00 per montt. Tlie salary of Police CMef Richard NrtMm was raised $10.00 to $SS5.0O. Viw village board complimejrted the poliOe department on the fine job tilts' a>« dainrto kee^iing bmr mi ntiter In the mage. Hie raire was not a^ed tor by the policemen. It was stated that perhaps the two younger police otficcrs st^c' help the village maintenance man wi^ some of his duties ;n com¬ pensation for the increase in their salaries. Ihe deplorable condition of our water was also discussed. It was suggested that the fire hydrants be flUElied more frequently to clean the rust and dirt out of Ihc Iluntley water lines. There being no further business the meeting adjourned. Lion^sClub AnnualBar-B'Q The Huntley LioM Club will hold their annual chicken barbenue on Sunday, June IS. serving from U:0O a.m. imtil 4:00 p.m. at tiie Huntley Fire Station. A delicioas dinner of chicken, baked potatoes, salad, rolls, home style baked beans and beverage will be served. TTie chickens are cilircoal brtHled over open pits set up f«• the occasion. The members of the club invite all citizens of the Huntley area and Uidr friends to come out and enjoj' an excellent dinner prepared and served by the members and their wives. Funds realized frwn this project are used for local dvic projects to benefit the community. Last year the dub purciiased new uniforms for the HunUey High School Band to replace the outmoded and worn uniforms fomiwly osed. Jr. Bowlers Win 2nd Place In State HanHey'a team of junior bowlers were 2nd place winiiM-s in tiie A. J. B. ^. Slate lUBntameHt, Junior DivisiMi, held in Peoria recently. Pietue atwve are team members David Decker, Richard Strissel, James Obenauf, Michael Hanrier, witk their coach Mary Weltzien. Robert Schol¬ er, captain was absent when the photo was taken. ComingEvents Thia Week-End — Carnival Sunday, June 11 Ice Cream Social on church lawn at Congregational Church 4 to 8. Monday,— June 12 Little league game, south lot at at schooi Wednesday — June 14 3:00 p.m. Special Town Meeting at Graftoi township garage. ThriTsday — June 15 Little League game Sunday, Jtme 18 Father's Day — Lions Club an¬ nual Chidcea Btrfoequ^ dinner. Huntley Fire Station. Bake Sale Sat. Afternoon The class of "69" will sponsor a bake sale Saturday Jime 10th, at five p.m. The bake sale will be on the band stand during the Le_ gion CarnivaL Pies, cakee, and candies will be sold. The proceeds of this bake sale will be used to finance next year's prom and Ju¬ nior Senior banquet. Members of the class are asked to bring two items to the band_ stand Saturday night before 6 p.m. C. Legion Aux. ElectOfficers On June 2nd the McHenry Coun¬ ty Council American Legion Au¬ xiliary met at Gary. Guests were Martha Fitagerald and her Secre¬ tary Ardyth Tromp of Manhatten and Department ChEH)lain May Chesak of Huntley. Electiotai of officers w»e held. Pre»id««t Mary Kuecker of Hebron. Vice President Mabel Schultz of Huntley. 2nd Vice President Audrey Wagner of Cary. Historian Loretta Homo of McUenry. Chaplain Laaura Mae Reynolds of Crystal Lake. Mem¬ bers from Huntley attending wrae Lucile Koch, Betty Shott, May Chesak, Mabel Sohult*, Lola Mau¬ shak and Vi Jurs. SHOW YOUR COLORS PoliceReport FLAG DAY JIINE 14 Huntley Police Chief Richard Nel son picked up two youths, one aged 12 iind one aged 13, at the grease rendering plant at Powder Park isoutfa of town Monday momiog, The boys had run away from home after purchasing a penny worth 15c at a coin show in Villa Park and switched it with another from the same case worth $150.00 Upon arriving home the boys be¬ came scared and hid the v.'tluabic penny under their sister's bed leaving a note for their parentsj,^ The boys then proceeded to the grease factory. They staled the>' had planned to ride their bicycles OD to Rockford and then on to Wis¬ consin, traveling only at i^ght to be less oon^icuous. Tliey were returned to the cus¬ tody of their parents und»r the authority of the Lake Villa Police American Legion Carnival The Huntley American Legion Camivel will be held Tonight, Thurs day June Sth throu^ Simday June 11 on ttie Village Square. Cn Fri day a Fish Fry will be held starting at 5:S0 p.m. On Saturday reduced prices will be on all rides in the afternoon. On Sunday commencing at 11 a.m. a chicken fry will be held. Valedictorian & Salutatorian .1 Miss Faye Merlowe, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Marlowe of Huntley, was the valedictorian. Miss Nancy Jensen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Jensen of rural Huntley, was the salutatori. an of the graduating class of 1967 at Huntley Hij^ Sdiool on (Wed. May 31. Miss Marlowe also received the Dani^ters of the Aneriean Sevo- lution Award, Dixon Music Award, and an Honorable Mention for the American Legion Award. Miss Jensen received the Bausoh and Lomb Honorary Sdence Award, P.T.A. Scbolarsiup, and the American LeKimi Poet 673 Award for Outstanding Senior GirL Both girls are active members of the United Church of Christ Congregation at Hantley. lluy belong to the Senior Choir, are directors for two youth chc^s and teach Sunday School.
|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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