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^v ^« HUNTLEY ^«^fc/e - "'X' VOLUMB 7 — NUMBER 43 THURSDAY, JANUARY 96, 1W7 PHONB: -669-6621 (any time) (if no anawer) 469-0998 8 PAGES Lions Club Tournament The Huntley Lions Club will sponsor tke annual Tri-County grade school basketball tourna¬ ment which will be held February 13, IB, 16, 17, 18. On Monday, February 13, the Sth and 6th grade Huntley team will play St. Lawrence at 6:00 p.m. At 7:00 St. Patrick's and Biley will clash. At 8:00 p.m. Woodatock will meet Union. All these first three games will be Bth and 6th grade competition. At 9:00 p.m. on Monday the 7th and Sth grade team of St. Patrick's and Union will play. Games scheduled for Wednesday the 16th will be the 6th and 6th grade team of St. Mary's vs. St. Joes at 6:30. At 7:30 the Huntley 7th and Sth grade players will clash with St. Mary's At 8:30 Woodstock and St. Joe's will play, this will be 7th and Sth graders. On Thursday., February 16. St. Laurence and Riley's 7th and Sth grade players will compete at 6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. the 5th and 6th grader winners ^Mon¬ day night's games at 6:00 t9r 7-.00 fe^y«U,J|«l>Ti m jr»1TI1ii»!L^=?0 will 1^ jOavMl fayy OMi wmners of the «•» «J* t-00 games froi^Mon- day's competition. i^^ The first game on Friday, the 17th will be played by the winners of the 9:00 p.m. Monday and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday games at 6:30. The next game that evening will feature the winners of 8:30 game on Wednesday and the 6:30 game on Thursday. This event will be ta 7:30. At 8:80 the losers of the Thursday night 6th and 6th grade games will play for 3rd and 4th places in their class competition. Saturday, the 18th the 6:00 p.m. game will be played by the losers of 7th and Sth grade games played on Friday. At 7:00 p.m. the 6th and 6th grade winners on Thurs¬ day will play for first and second place. The final game will feature the winners of the 7th and Sth grade games played Friday for 1st and 2nd place standing in the com¬ petition. .eCMOOL FILE iff eopy High School Varsity ^^^^etball Team g'J^, Soil Conservation Meeting The McHenry County Soil Con¬ servation District will have their Annaul Meeting on Saturday, Feb- 4, 7:30 p.m. at the Marian Central High School, Woodstock. A roast Ijeef and ham dinner will be served for $2.50. Husbands and wives are invited. A program on conserva¬ tion in McHenry County will be presented. Much of it will be col¬ ored slides of soil conservation work in the county and will be presented by local farmers. You may get tickets from: Ken¬ neth Fiske, Woodstock; Clayton Bruce, Ringwood; Sam Haning, Woodstock; Howard Ruth, Hunt¬ ley; Myron Pihl, Harvard; Will¬ iam Harris, Richmond; and Henry Markussen, Marengo; also the A.S.C.S. Office, Woodstock; and Louis Engelbrecht, Woodstock. Credit Union Farm Bureau Dinner The Huntley Community Credit Union has announced their annual, meeting to be held on Friday, Jan. 27, at the United Church of jdhrist, with a dinner at 7:30 p.m. The Credit Union announced to their members by letter that only 125 tickets will be sold at the credit union office. The letter stated that the pur¬ pose of the meeting is "to provide an opportunity for the members to receive the reports of their offi¬ cers and committtees, elect direc¬ tors foK 1967, and transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting." This will be your opportunity as a member to review the progress macAe by your credit union during the past year." Coffee Hour A membership "coffee" will be given in the Farm Bureau Bldg. Auditorium, Woodstock, on Jan¬ uary 31 at 9:30 A.M. The new members who joined during 1966 will be honored by the McHenry County Homemakers Extension Association. Mrs. Gus Ritter, Woodstock, the Extension Councils 2nd Vice- Chairman, is in charge of arrange¬ ments. All Unit Chairmen, 2nd VicelChairmen and all new mem¬ bers are cordially invited. Following the "get acquainted hour" an informative program has been planned with our Home Ad¬ viser, Mrs. Katharine Neumann, speaking on the Cooperative Ex¬ tension Service and the Home- makeers Extension Association, its goals and purpose. Bit (THea^er SoU It has been annoi^ued that ownership of the Bii^Hpieather Golf Club ha.s been ^ansferred and the name of the Club has been changed to Crystal Woods Club. Thenew owners are Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Craig who purchased the interests of the former owner, Bit O'Heather Corporation. The Club is located between Crystal Lake and Woodstock at Route 47 and 176. The Craigs have immediate plans to remodel the pro shop on the property, and ultimately to en¬ large the present nine hole course to 18 holes. To accommodate these plans additional land has been ac¬ quired bringing the total Crystal Woods Club acreage to 160. Long- range plans include a new club house and other improvements. Edward Coonrad, the former manager and co-owner, is remain¬ ing as grounds superintendent Manager of the Club will be Mrs. Craig who is experienced in club management and operation. She is the daughter of golf profession¬ al Pat McDonald, who is also owner of Rob Roy Golf dub. The Craigs report that a driv¬ ing range will be in operation as a part of the club facilities and a qualified teaching professional will be available. The course will be open for play March 15. Mr. Craig said he and his wife for a number of years had con¬ sidered acquiring a golf club be¬ cause of their lifetime interest in the sport. They considered the Crystal Lake - Woodstock area as ideal from the growth stand¬ point and as an area needing ex¬ panded golf facilities. Mr. Craig said, "This is a growing area and we intend to grow along with it." The Craigs presently reside at 210 N. Wheeling Road in Prospect Heights but they intend to occupy the residence on the club premises. They have three children ages 10, 8 and 6. Farm Bureau BowUng The Bowl-Hi Lanes in Huntley was the location for bowling by a group of Farm Bureau members from the southern area of Mc¬ Henry county on Saturday, Jan. 21. Approximately 50 entries were tallied up to spark the scores which are being bowled tiiroUgh- out the county. The leaders will bowl in district competition in Aurora on February 22. Huntley has happily sent many bowlers on to Springfield to at least three state titles. Ia the last ten years competition haa doubled in the Sports Festival held for only Farm Bureau and Home Bureau members. Several high games were tossed in the competition in Huntley last Saturday. Leading in the women's division were: Helen'Bawson, of Crystal Lake 49S—M|6, Adeline Kunde, of Huntley 189—634, Viola Zimmerman of Huntley 212—500, Marie Fettes of Huntley 1»1—499, Myrtle Fedrowitz of Marengo 194 —494, Prances Borhart of Hunt¬ ley 173—477, Gerri Finder of Marengo 196—465, Mary Eick¬ steadt, of Marengo 186—463. Women's Division — Young Adults (must be under 30 yrs. of age); Sandra Zimmerman 233— 500 Marilyn Kunde, 221—484 and Brenda Kunde, 142—405 all of Huntley. Men's Division. Harold Kunde of Huntley 223— 543, A. W. Kraeplin of Woodstock 202—642, W. Borchart of Hunt¬ ley 198—539, N. Zimmerman of Huntley 236—536, Delwin BoAart of Huntley 176—510, Vernon Blume, of Huntley 182—606. Men's Dividsion (Young Adults) Richard Zimmerman 225—564, Lawrence Fettes 199—640, Wm. Pigett 203—635, Reed Becker 210 —533, Robert Kunde 171—499 . Men's Divisinon — Over 66 Martin Heinz 156—439, Charles Nickels 126—352. Police Report On Saturday, January 21st a group of boys from Woodstock entered the Huntley Laundromat between 10 and 10:30 p.m. They filled several washers with naaga- zincs and tin cans. The Huntley police stated that the boys went into the laundromat originally to meet some girls. Officer Larry Chamness who was on duty took the license num¬ ber of the car and the Iwys were capturied. The police did not re¬ lease ti»e names of the boys. Charles Lamb, owner of the Laundromat, stated that he would not press charges if resitution for the damages was made. Chuck stated that the magazines looked like pulpwood after they had gone through the machines. An accident early Tuesday moming involved two cars at the intersection of Route 47 and the Algonquin blacktop. Both cars were headed south on route 47, wlien the Ist one, driven by Tiona Hager, of Wonder Lake, slowed at the intersection waiting to make a left turn onto tl>e Al¬ gonquin blacktop, was struck in the rear by a car driven by Ray¬ mond E. Predin, also of Wonder Lake. Both drivers ^t en«loy«d at Union Special K^Une Co. The Hager aato nceived dam- «ce t» ttie Mar end. the. JRcodin car raeeived a damaged hood, right front fender -^^ bumper. Illinois Sings '¦nilnoie Sings," the joyim tmi- sical Journey across the Prairie State which won ton viewer rat- insrs last August 80. will be re- telecast. Illinois Bell Telephone again sponsors the program which will be shown in color over WBKB TV (Channel 7) and five other sta- tions in Illinois from 9 to 10 p.m. Monday, January 30. Narrated by actor Ekidie Albert. "Illinois Sings" presents talented local performers — soloists, small groups, giant chirfrs — singing out their pride in the land and the promise of its people. More than 900 lUinoisans join in this musical ioumey across 3,600 miles of towns, parks, rivers, and country¬ side. The program is produced by WBKB-TV, Chica«o. ComingEvents JANUARY 24. 26, 26, 27 — Conference Tourney at Hebron WEDNESDAY, Jan. 26 — 8:00 D.m. Annual Meeting of Medical Bldg? tdockholders — open to others interwrted. THUKSOAY. Jan. 26 — 8:00 p.m. Adult Education Class - Lar¬ ry Johnsort, on "AflrrkaKore in India" FRIDAY, Jan. 27 — 7:30 p.m. Annual Meeting of Hmtley Com¬ munity Credit Union - supper at United Church of Christ Congre¬ gational '' This Thursday evening will fea¬ ture a discussion and slides on aarricnltDre in India with gaeat speaker Mr. Larty Johnson from the University of Illinois. "Rie meeting^ will be from 8:00-10:00 p.m. Refreshments will he served after the meeting. Next week, the topk wfll be fertiliiers.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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