The Huntley Farmside
|Previous||1 of 8||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
^« HUNTLEY ^o^rf^ ««;,: m '^r.l^i VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 60 THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1970 — PHONE — asa-NIl U N» Aatwer FRANK PARISEK RT. 1 IlUriTLEY, ILL 8 PAGES 'BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD** — Darid Crockett April Fools Tickets Go On Sale The Hundey P.T.A. presents "The April Foiris" An evenins of enter- tolnment on April 4, at 8:00 p.c. in the Grade School Gyn. Tickets will go on sale door-to-door Mardi 20 and in business places startinx March 29. The Ticket-sales committee elves It a Kood fclckoff by sellinx the first tickets to Superintendent Marlu aod Elementary Principal Banks. Left to right: Mr. Marks. Shirley Clark, Mr. Banks, Joyce Will. Music Contest Results Solo and Ensemble Held at Genoa - Kingston HigK School, Genoa, Illinois Mareh 14, 1970. 1 a-SopMtefst 8.Ext«aeBts; 2-Goods - S&TORIORS - BiU QUimby ¦ Trum¬ pet Solo, Pam lirfk - Piano Solo Tom Korwin, Paul Kudlach, Regina Mamiing, Bill Quimby, Pam Jiiik - Brass Quintet. EXCELLENTS - Tom Korwin - Trombone Solo, Karen Pickens -Vo¬ cal Solo, Barbara Schultz,. Vocal Solo. Ann Michelsen, Gary Schooley, Mike Raymond - B-flat Clarinet Trio. Trudy Clark, Bev Albrecht - Flute Duct. MUSIC CONTEST Continued on Page Two Basketball Award Given Out A School The Huntley High School held its annual Basketball awards assembly on Thursday Maccb 12th and the following students . ii^ceWcd tbeii* awards. VarsHy Basketball — Jim Drafall, Al Hafferkamp, Roger Bur¬ meister, Pat Donahue, Dave Schmci- tendorf, Len Borhart, Glen Borhart, Darw.n Campbell, and Tom Kalsow. Paul Mattingly and Paul Shott re¬ ceived manager awards. Fresh - Soph, p. a y e r s receiving awards, are — Phil Lindsey, Gary Schultz, Mike Zorica, Gecwrge Ewert, Steve Nevel, Dale Heine, Mark Os- BASKETBALL AWARDS Continued on Page Two March School Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Board of Education was held on Monday, March 9, 1970 in the board¬ room of the highschool. Present at the meeting were Mr. Jirik, Mr. Bein, Mrs. Thrun, Miss Mackeben and Mr. Stading, Absent were Mi. Bastian and Dr. Grau. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve of the minutes as read. The motion carried 5 yea's, no nays. At this point the meeting, Mr. Bastism mcKle his i^pearance. A motion was made by Miss Mac¬ keben, seconded by Mr. Bein to pay the regular monthly bills. The mo¬ tion carried 6 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Miss Mackeben to transfer $58.57 from the Educa¬ tional Fund to the Revolving Fund. The motion carried 6 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mr. Bern, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to approve of the payment to the Warren Heal¬ ing Co. for the sum of SI350 for work already completed. The mo¬ tion carried 6 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tain, seconded by Mr. Stading, lo purchase basketball uniforms for the 5th and bth and 7th and Sth grade school basketball teams of 12 uni¬ forms for each team for the sum of $340.80 as per contract. The nicMiae ccoried 6 yaa'a, no aaya. A motion was mode by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Bein to ap¬ prove of the application to junior college for James Drafall under the Junior College Act. The motion car¬ ried 6 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun^ seconded by Mr. Bastian to purchase a 3M Copier "Secretary" model for a sum of $389. The mo¬ tion carried 6 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mrs. Continued on Page Two SCHOOL BOARD JLe^ioxi's 51 birthday Dinner The Huntley American Legion Post 673 commenerated the 51st founding of the American Legion with a Birthday Dinner and dance on Saturday, March 14 ut the Leg¬ ion Home. V A roast beef dinner, prepared and served by the Lutheran Ladies Aid, was enjoyed. The evening opened with the colors advanced by the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 673, andd the Pledge of Allegiance by all. Bob Eckman and his d^giitec DelMar mvmittooir*Hft a Ma«t iful duet The Speaker for the occassion was Russ Bieritz of Geneva, former Commander of the Department of Illinois and at present on the Nat¬ ional Americanism Commission. He stressed the need for alertness a- ifainst the enemies within our country, and said that a take-over of Government was possible unless we worked to prevent it. Mabel Schultz, President of the Continued on Page Two 51 ANNIVERSARY Final Basketball Standings Following are final standings tor Little "8" Varsity BasketbaU Con¬ ference. HunUey tied for 4Ui place >^th a 6 and 8 average with Genoa. No Huntley players made eitber the all-conference team or tbe 2tid all- conference team, however, Allen Hafferkamp, Roi^ fiarm^stn'. den Borhart, aod Tom Kalsow were g«v«» lK>iw«aM» aiarcon jtaftifc _ ¦ ing in the ooaMRiioe, ABen Haffer¬ kamp made a total of 16) potnt?, which was the 14th highest score in the conference. Glenn Borhart scored 152 points for the 18th hi^)e«t score in the. conference. Tom Kalsow, who only played in 9 games rather than the 14, which tfae other 2 players played, scored 86 pointa, the 26th highest in the conference. Darwin Campbell played in 6 games and scored 48 points for the 32nd hi^st CoDtioued oa Page Two BASKETBALL ,,* Coniirmation At St Mary's Chttrch 36 members of the 1970 Confir¬ mation Class were Confirmed last Sunday at St Mary's Catholic Church in Huntley. The Mass and Confirmation was Conducted by The Most Rev. Arthur J. CNeQl DD Bishop of Rockford.The girls were dressed in white robes & the boya in red robes. The class were led into the Church by the Alter boys as a guard of honor. The men of the Church escorted the Bishop and Priests frwn the rectory to the entrence of the Church the process¬ ion was led by the Cross carried by James McMahon. Dtuing the ceremony.of the Mass the Sacra¬ ment of C<mfirmatlon was admhiis- tered. Following the Conflrmatku members of the class were ^en Rdy Communion first wHh their sponsors followed by members of the Church. Class members are: Anna Marie Badder, Michael Clark, Gary DeDina, Pamela Ed- mundsen, Mark Ewert, Mary Ewert, Catherine Fettes, Dnna Fettes, Lany Goehl, Mary Ellen Hardt. Pamela Hardt, James Hennig, Di¬ ane Hughes, Joyce Kalsow, Thomas Kohley, Linda Kruetzer, Michael Lane, Ronald Masters, lliomas Mo¬ litor, Paul O'Grady, Ann O'Grady, Don Pericles, Klmbsd Peterson, Davkl Pfaff, Mary Randall, Steven Shotliff, Susan Swtliff, Donald Schiesher, Christine Schroeder, Lawrence Schroeder, Marcie Ungs, Lori VanAcker, Cynthia VanAcker and Allen l/^anetfa.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|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|