The Huntley Farmside
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«. ' * "^ HUNTLEY ^o«ide VOLUME 11 - NUMBER 21 THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1970 069-562) — PHONE — U No Answer 4S9-09M SC}fOOL FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUWTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES •BE SURE YOU AKE RinHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 ceatt per cofrj Huntley Fire*iieii*$ Day A total'OT"T8" teams participated in the Annual Water Fights to cele-' brate HunUey Firemen'sDay last Suntley, August 23. The winners of the fig-hts were: 1st, Woodstock Rural; 2nd, Barrington; 3rd, Wood¬ stock City; and 4lh. Crystal Lake. In addition to the firemen, a mot- ch was held between members of the Huntley Lions Club ai»d members of the NFO. The NFO swamped the Lions Club. Water fights were also held for the children. In these fights the wat¬ er was controlled at fire hydrant pressure and a fireman was put at the nozzle of each of the hoses. A tournament was also held bet¬ ween the firemen's wives. A trophy was awarded to the first place win¬ ner, Woodstock City. As in years past, a refreshment stand and rides for the children were provided. Firemen in attend¬ ance were given free bee and a radio was given uway to Tom John¬ son of Cary. Businesses throughout the area gave money to this event totalinj;: $360.00. They were: J H Patter- sen Co, Heineman Hardware, Little America. M&H Dairy Mart, The Village Store. State Bank of Hunt¬ ley. Chucke Barber Shop, F M Wood craft, Don's Super Valu, Custom Farm Service, Ruth Beauty Shop, Sigrest WeU Digging, LeRoy's Tap, ¦ ilt^pww T*K It A Jloherts btsurance, Bev's Village Inn, fi & B Service, Himtley Farm Store, Marlowe's Feed and Hatchery, J R Woodchaft. James Elliot, Cole's Barber Shop, N & H Trucking, Freund Equipment Co, Carpentersville Fireworks, Len & Em's Tap, D & Z Transfer, Gaso¬ line Alley, Cole Trucking, Art Aar- lieb, Jim's Citgo, Hansen's Heating and Plumbing, Huntley Game Farm, K P Bakley, James O'Connor, Dean Milk Co., S & S Heating Co. Art Kahl, Bowl-Hi Lanes, H D Catty Continued oa Page Two FIKEMENS DAY First Communion at St Marys School 3oard Meeting oi August 24th. The second August Scihool Board meeting was hold on Monday, Aug¬ ust 24 in the Board room of the Huntley Constolidated school. All members of the board were present. The first motion ot the meeting coqpemed the tranaportwtion. of special education students in first and second grades to Woodstock at the amount not tc exceed $.27 per mile. The motion carried. The board approved the purchase cf a dishwasher for the cafateria at a cost of $2,178 85 delivered^ Mr. Stading voted no On this motion. Tho board also discussed the ex ntetion of Mill StiTeet. However no decision was made on this subject as the school board is waiting for the vUlage board to present them with a correct survey. Last Sunday. Aug. 23, eignt youngsters received their first Holy Communion at Saint Mary's Catho¬ lic Church in Hur.tley. The High Mass was 8 o'clock. These children, which took part in the receiving of the sacrament arc: Julie McMahon, Suzanne Randel. Dawn Thompson, SusMi Temondo- son, Richard Shopliff, Ronald West- man, Robert Burgess and Leo Ba- der. Mr. D. Day was the teacher of the studeate during tl»e»f • prepara¬ tory catechism clesses. For months before hte actual re¬ ceiving of Holy Eucharist the chil¬ dren were in preparation. This prep- eration included learning prayers and their meanings, understanding the meaning of sacraments and the receiving of this particular sacra¬ ment. Fr. Knott led the ceremonies at a High Mass in which all the par¬ ish's altar boys were used as honor guards. Fr.' Knott is also chaplain Continued on Page Two FIRST COMMUNION Old Mahes Way For New The First CMigregatiOnal Church in Huntley has torn down its old so¬ cial haU and is building a new social hall, basement and entrance way. The basement, which will be used for Sunday School classes will be suiable for seven more (classes than the parish is now carrying. The first floor of the building will provide for two new choir rooms and a new vestabule. The old social hall was torn down Saturday, Aug. 2, and con0truction on the new building will begin some¬ time thii week. The new building, financed by the Marengo Federal Savings and Loan Association tiiru a loan, is expected to cost around $70,000.
|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|