The Huntley Farmside
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-m HUNTLEYi^««cf« ¦^ VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 10 THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 — PHONE — <e9-S«tl U Ne Annrer 499-MH •^" ;M "¦ ¦; , 1 ¦ ' 8 PAGES 'BE SURE YOU ARE RIRHT. THEN GO AHEAD'' — David Crockett 7 cents per cepj President and Governor wish Happy 90th Mr. Vernon Haines, Grove St., Huntley, celebrated his 90th birth¬ day last Tuesday, June 9th. Mr. Haines received many birthday greetings and gifts. Among them was a letter from Governor Richard B. Ggilvie, which said, "Dear Mr. Haines, Tve heard that you will be celebrating yiQiar 9iMK birfbdajr oa June 9th. No doubt this day will bring bacic many happy memories to you of a long and fruitful life shared with your family and many friends. Mrs. Ogilvie and I are pleased to join in sending you con- gratulation.s and our hope for con¬ tinued health and happiness for you in the future. Sincerely, Richard B. Opilvio, Governor." Mr. Haines also received the fol¬ lowing from the President of the United States of America. "The President and Mrs. Nixon send yon their heartiest congratulations on your birthday and wish you every happiness in the years ahead." Park Board Meeting The Regular Meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Park Board was held Wednesday, May 27, 1970 at,8:00 P.M.JThe V^ noted Commissioaers Pis£^ Ream. Deicke and Tessendorf; absent was Commissioner Parisek; also in at¬ tendance was Mr. Scheflow, the park Engineer. The first order of business was the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting of 4/22/70 and also of the special mueting held 5/25/70. A motion was made by Commissioner Tessendorf, seconded by Commissioner PLske, to approve minutes as read. Upon roll call, all commissioners voted aye, and the motion was carried. The next order of business was the Treasurer's report. She reported Continued on Page Two PARK BOARD Lake Huntley? Pictured above is Lake Huntley, at least that's what Route 47 look¬ ed like after several days of rain. An area in the neighborhood of 4th Street was flooded and remained flooded long after the rains stopped. Many residents in the area reported as much as four feet of water in their basements. Village and state officials have promised residents lo correct the situation. Residents cf the Church Street subdivision also complained of flooded basements and ruined carpetiong as the sani¬ tary sewers backed up causing sur¬ face water to eject from the drain. One manhole cover at the comer of Church and Douglas bubbled water from the two holes used to life the cover. Farmers in the area also com¬ plained of the heavy rains. Some will be replanting their crops for the third time. $125, Collected at St. Metros Church for Injured Firemen A collection was taken up last Sunday, June 7, at St. Mary's Cath¬ olic Church, Huntley, for the bene¬ fit of Huntley's two injured fiie- men. Jack Brunschon and Dave Old¬ ham. A total of $125 was collected for the two men by the church. Al¬ though neither Mr. Brunschon oi Mr. Oldham are members of St. Mary's CathoUc Church, Father Day felt it fitting and proper to take up the collection for the men who have Continued mi Page Two $125 COLLECTED Who Copped the Keys On Saturday, June (ith. some¬ body took the keys from the Hunt¬ ley Police Car. The police were in- vcstifratinjr a disturbance at the Huntley Ore station where a wed¬ ding party was beinK held. The keys were left in the car. When the Police returned to the squad the keys were gone. Although a thorough search was made the keys were not located. On Sunday, June 7th, the keys were found in the buck seat of the police car. Huntley School Notice The School Board Meeting for District No. 158 will meet June 15 at 7:45 P.M. Items scheduled for business are def«rtment budgets. Special Education, Housing Proposal, Capital Outlay, Statement of Com¬ pliance for Health & Safety Code for (he Grade School building. Approval of Title I projects ap¬ proval, opening of bids for Treas¬ urers Bond and planning for the Child Census will also be on the Agenda. Trinity Lutheran Bible School The Trinity Lutheran Church of Huntley concluded its week of Bfcle school last Friday, June 5th. One hundred and fifteen children, ap¬ proximate ages three through twelve, attended classes held in the morning. "For God and Country"" was the theme of this year's Bible school. The day's classes were begun with an opening devotion led by Rev. Frederick Harm, pastor of the Trin¬ ity Lutheran Church. A film strip entitled, "Doctor, Lawyer, Mer¬ chant, Chief," was shown as part of the opening devotions. Following the devotions, Bible study sessions were held, after which there was a period of hand craft. The children also participated in a singing session led by Pastor Harm. The younger children showed they thoroughly enjoyed playing in a rhythm band. On Friday, the final day classes were held, the Ladies Aid of Trin¬ ity Lutheran Church, provided ice cream for each of the children teachers, and their helpers.
|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|