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^« HUNTLEY ^««rfe THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1970 V(M.UME 10 — NUMBER 43 / — PHONE — ••»-96Sl If Ne Answer 499.09W FRAWK PARtSEK 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTKIBUTED WCEHl^V 7 eeaa per eep) Huntley Basketball Team Honor Roll HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL 2nd Nine Week Period "A" Honor Roll fall A's) — Sen¬ ior, John Adams. Glen Borhart, Philip Lindsey and Robert Zirk. all Sophomores; and Cindy McCullom, Freshman, Michael Raymond Sen¬ ior. "B" Honor Roll fall B's or b"tt°r — no C's) — Judy Drendel, Bruce Enstrom, Cynthia Goehl, Linda Koch, Mary Jane Kreutzer, Paul Kndladi, Richard Strissel, Caihy Thmn, all seniors. Diane Unga, Junior. George Ewert, Peggy Habbley, Pamela Isenhart. Michsll Lane, Bill Ruth, Mary Schiesher, Debra Schoo¬ ley, all Sophomores. Koren Borhart, Cindy Ewert, Keri Heine, Becky Huitler, Nancy Kopsell, Greg Linsey, Regina Man¬ ning and Wendy Miller, all Fresh¬ men). Notice! Huntley PTA presents two big basketbaU games — Hoppy's Clip¬ pers vs. Huntley Tappers. School Teachers vs. Union Special Elemen¬ tary School gym, Saturday, Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m. Adults and high school students $1. Children 50c PTA Basketball Qame The Huntley P.T.A. presents two basketball g'ames Hoppy's Clippers vs Huntley Tappers and School Teachers vs. Union Special Elementary School Gym, Satur¬ day, January 31 7:30 P.M. Adults and High School Students $1.00 Children 50c. The proceeds from these games help pay toward the K-8th library books. Tickets may be purchased from any Sophomore and at the door. HOPPIES CLIPPERS Dale Bein, Dan Dammyer, Bill Hosick, Marty B.-own, Rick Was¬ cher, Wayne Workowski, Arthur Kahl, Jr. HUNTLEY TAPPERS Ken Strissel, Jim Stading, Bob Evans, John Hardt, Chuck Olsen, Dick Seiler, Dick Heimand, Dick Zimmerman, bale Schwab, Ron Johnson. HUNTLEY TEACHERS Larry Kahl, Jack McDonald, Bob Peterson, Ed Ream, Dennic Kwain Don Hicks, Hank Wozneil, Glen Delaney. UNION SPECIAL Tony Brasile, Joe Soper, Harry School Board Meeting The foUowing are the minutes of the Huntley Board of Education meeting of January 26. 1970. Mr. Bein, Mr. Jirik. Miss Mac¬ keben, Mr. Bastian and Mrs. Thrun wore present at the meeting. Mr. Stading and Dr. Grau absent. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to pay J & H Construction Co. for charge order No. 2 for new shop. 5 ayes. A motion was made by Mrs. Th-un seconded by Mr. Bein to app ovc of the application of Sile and Larry Kahl to attend a Jr. College. (Application for financial aid.) 5 ayes. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tian, second by Mr. Bein, to pay to Tonyon andSons ^15,000 for work done on the Fire Safety work. 6 ayes. A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun seconded be Mr. ^stian to adjourn at 10:30 P.M. 6 ayes. Luckey, Rick Zerbel, Chuck War¬ ren, Ed Schultz, Don Argall, Larry Gill, Jim Goedeke, Darrell Voiss, Bob Luckey, Sid Skomia. NOTICE TO DISPOSABLE DIAPER USERS In a 7 weeks' period, the city sewer line in Bakley subdivision was blocked twice. Blockage was due to an accumulation of dispos¬ able diapers. As stated on the pack¬ age, they are not te be flushed into the sewer. The cost of service of a rodding company plus the dis pleasure of sewer back-up. to in¬ dividual homes make this a great problem. Those diapers clog lift stations and main plants so that all towns have restrictions against flushing them into the sanitary sewer. This is a very serious problem and we hope every one will cooper¬ ate. However, if it continues, we can and will take the time to find the offenders and the responsibilly will be theirs. Sewer Committee Huntley Scouts To Become Eagle Scouts HUNTLEY, 111. — A recogni¬ tion ceremony for all t=,agle Scouts of 1969 will be held at 3:30 Sunday afternoon, Feb. 1, at Sherwood Lodge at Rbekfbtd. The ceremonies will be led by William Harrison Petntige of Chi¬ cago, vice president of the National al Council, Boy Scouts of America and former chairman o( Region Sev¬ en. Fetridge has been a mcmbei of the national ¦ council for many years, and has served as chairman of the Boys' Life committee. Six Boy Scouts from McHenrj County have earned the Eagle Scout award and plan to attend the af¬ fair. They are Steve Ellis of Explorer Post 169, sponsored oy St. John Lutheran Church, Woodstock; Scott Weltien and Patrick Donahue, both of Huntley Troop 167, sponsored by the United Church of Christ at Himtley. Gerald and Dale Croskinsky, brothers in Boy Scout Troop 170 sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Church at Harvard and Ronald Murphy of Boy Scout Troop 171 at Harvard, sponsored by the Metho¬ dist Church in that city. Scouts To Freeze-Out The Leaders of Huntley Boy Scout Troop 167 announce that the Kishwaukee Freeze Out Camp Out will be held January 31 and February 1, 1970 at Bunhan Road, Union, Illinois. This is the same place as the campout was held last year. Activhies include: Sewing Con- tost Chopping, Sled Race, Fire Building Contest, and Log RoUio; This camping trip's pdrpose is three fold — fun. fellowship and practice of Scout craft skills. Mr. Clyde Huntington is the chaimua for this activity. Last year scouts left the camp site in good condition and for that reason were asked back. The Scouts are expected not to damage and standing trees - alive or dead. Water will be availage at the Himtington's home durini; the day. Each Scout is asked to bring enough warm cloths and bedding plus one can of some kind of soup. The soup will provide a hot drink for the scouts just before the camp- fire Saturday evening. Each Troop will plan its own menu by patrols. Ground fires are permisseble. Scouts are to be informed that there will be Webelos Scouts visit ing Scouts during Saturday After noon. In the sled race activity, last year's sleds may be used again this year. Saws will be provided i^ tiae dis- the troop on^ OMsXureqolrW per troop. The ax will be inspected. Scouts are asked to wear winter caps and inter clothes, boots and gloves and sweaters and undercoats long underwear and extra blankets (heavy sleeping bags. The Huntley Scouts will leave the First Congregational Church at 8:30 A.M. on Saturday. The schedule is as follows: 9:00 A.M. Registration 10:00 A.M. Activities 11:30 A.M. Prepare Lunch 12:00 Noon Lunch (Bring Sack lunch 1:00 P.M. Activities 4:00 P.M. Prepare Supper 5:00 P.M. Supper 6:30 P.M. Campwide Game 7:30 P.M. Campfire 10:00 P.M. Tape SUNDAY 0:00 A.M. Breakfast SCOUT FREEZE OUT Continaed on Page Two FFA - FHA Chicken Fry Members of Huntley's FFA and FHA cooperated to prepare a Chic¬ ken Dinner to be shared last Friday, Jan. 23, after school. The FFA boys Charcot Bar-B-C}ued cockerals that they had dressed out after running feeding trials oa item. Over 150 birds were bittchered and either Bar-B-Qued or frozen for a future repeat of the event The girls prepared various dishes to (fisplay their Home Economie skills, that included vegetables, ••lads aad desserts.
|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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