The Huntley Farmside
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¦ I, f VOLUME 7 — NUMBER 31 THURSDAY, AUGUST M, 19«6 SCHOOL FI',:: llU.'iTL^Y ;¦;: ;. IlUriTI.EY. i:j su-M»-Mn ( (U ¦!> aoaiMr) 8 PAGES tcAiUB> ANi» msnuBunBD T eaata fm copy i>- SCHOOLS OPEN! with CARE %} "1 i''-i*;-K SCHOOL'S START .MONDAY, AUGUST tm 7.' 2 = V/ CAT ^T€/\C+1El<\^<e«u m Ss^-^-^l 1^2 ^ PoliceReport Stolen Auto Chief of Police John Roth re¬ ports that a 1966 Bronze Plymouth was stolen sometime between the hoars of 2:80 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. last Sunday. Chief Roth stated that the car belonged to Jerome Chamness. He also stated that the keys had been left in the car when it was stolen from the driveway. An alert haa been put out with a deaertption of the automoblie. R, L. Banker Graduates R. L. Bankeg Cashier State Bank of Huntley will graduate Friday evening Augnst 26, 1966 after three years attendance at The Graduate School of Banking at the UniverBlty of Wisconsin, Madi¬ son, which requires two weeks' attendance each year for three ye»» to earn the certificate of gradnation. Between rnident ses- aieoa, studenta are leqiifred to do extensioQ work involving prob- laata in all phases of banking. The Sbtibol ia «ponscit«d by The Central States Conference of BanUfcra Associationa, composed of bankers associations from 16 nidwestem states. 1,300 bankers «» enrolled thia year from 40 imktt, the Md^t «# 0»lMiibia, CONTINUED Olr PAGB SEtBN Warexi^ell Open House Planned Members of the United Church of Christ are planning an open house reception for Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Perkins and their family next Sunday, August 28, from 10:30 a.m. until, noon to which everyone in the community is invited. Rev. Perkins will con¬ duct his last moming worship service aa resident pastor of the Hunttey church on that date. The Perkins family moved to Huntley six years ago when Rev. Perkins became the resident pas¬ tor of the local church on Septem¬ ber 1. During his pastorate the new parsonage was built, the mortagre on the Social Hall- addi¬ tion was paid and the one hun¬ dredth anniversary of the church building was celebrated. Bev. Per¬ kins will assume the pastorage of the Pilgrim Congrei^tional Church, U.C.C. in Wichita, Kan¬ sas, on September 1 of this year. NOTICE The Hnntley Wpmap's Bowling League will start bowling at 7:00 pan. at 9owl^ Lanes, o% Thurfl* d||v ^aifljib Bipteitfber l.*"' New U.C.C. Minister & Fan§y Opening Sdiool Schedule Classes at Huntley Consolida¬ ted School Diatrict's elementary and High School will conrnieace with a half-day session next Mon¬ day starting at 8:30 a.m. Dtie to several requests the Farmside ia re-printing the time schedule and tentative school calendar from last weeks' issue: TIME SCHEDULE Friday, Aag. 26 — Kinder¬ garten and ElemMtaxy regiatra- tion inclnding paarmaat «< book and insurance faea. A taUe lo¬ cated near the alaaaMitary efflce will aoeomiaDdata parents or ele¬ mentary stadnnts between 9 a.m.- 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Yoa may come at any time convenient to you dnrlng these boors. Hi^ sdiool registration and fea eellfle- tion wilt be taken can of Monday, Aug. 29. No school for stadents on Friday, Aug. 26. Monday, Ang. W FIrat 4ay of school (balf day simiaa wy), 8:30 a.m. 12 ^oon. Mo kinderiarten seaalon tbe Amt day. Boa pick W aad Mivenr. Ko luneh 8er>et:^dtt el luMuft add high aehool rt|»iatt ia attBaaiaif. High school lififUtntkn Wd pay¬ ment of faea ^ Ae gfia as oroa]. Grades IA and IB wfll be ia ses- sien Mt MMT'^BF it tiMrtofluia* CON'MvWto ON VJkim TWO -¦¥> Sunday . morning worship ser¬ vice in the United CiMirch of Christ Congregational on August 21, was conducted by Robert Lee Ftank, Sr., a candidate for the pastorate of the HunUey church. Following the service a meetmg of tte eongregaCien was held. The pulpit committied previously sel¬ ected to consider candidates reco- omroended that Mr. Frank be ac¬ cepted according to the terms sug¬ gested by the Northern Illhiois Conference on Minister Appoint¬ ments. The congregation voted ap¬ proval of his acceptance. He with his wife and 4 year old son will come to the Huntley church on October 1. He is currently serving the Congregational Church at At¬ kinson, Illinois, and will be or¬ dained there on September 18. Fire Tuesday Near Powder Park '<! % t \- Hantley firearam were called to extinguish a grass ftre last TaeaJay at 1:9% f.HL The ftre started in a field iHUth of the bailding which h^asta D mi W Predaeta^aBd spread ia a aorttierly dtnetton^. '' ..'" * <r^ ¦ -¦¦¦ 4,1. *k.....mlm*A «k^ Umm— !._» *^>ijM&> -L ||MWit WlljlfsitC : T* gain aceesa ti» 4he fMi the> fiiifawa; ha T!w tireney c«ti^lNliiM th* ftre tf*WlrV><«li|»»ji:M>i . tke pietiaitf'tlMl MgK we«de ooihtag apprexiamtety ta tke waiata of AraaHMl.
|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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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|