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^e HUNTLEY ^««irf« VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1969 — PBONE - 6a»-S6» If Ne Anawer ISMWas ). SCHOOL FILE HONTLEY HIGH SCHOOL •HUNTLEY. ILI* 10 PAGES MADUBD AND DIBXBIBinnBD WKOXV 7 omta per cap; Jrs. and SAL Installed A joint installation was held with the Juniors of the American American Lesion Auxiliary Unit and the Sons of the American Le^on Squadron 673 of Huntley, on Sunday, Octolier Sth. Left to rieht: Top picture. Sue Weltzein, Sec; Barhara Schokr, Sgt-at-atiras, Past Pr. President; Dawn Jordi-Incoming Pres.-^ Gaid Ecliman, Treias.; Melanie Eckman, Chaplain. Left to right: Bottom picture. Mark Bjom, Sgt.-at-arms; Jeff Schultz, Chaplain; Gary Schultz, Past Commander; Ken Jacob, Commander; Keith Bloedorn, Jr. Vice Commander; Eddie Ackman, Adjutant; MiUlidl Parisek, Historian. Notice The Boy Scouts will hold their pa¬ per drive Saturday, Octobor Ilth. Pick-up Friday, October lOlh from 4 to 7. Also until 10:00 am on Satur¬ day. The truck will be at Patter¬ son's Lumbei- Yard. Phone 669-5751. Annual Church Beef Dinner SUNDAY, Oct. 12tli, is the An¬ nual Roast Beef Dinnei at the First Congregational Church. The sett¬ ing of this annual dinner will be at 11;30, 12:15, 1;00 and 1:45. Tickets for carry-outs are also available. Tickets are on sale now for all serving and can be gotten from the following persons: Arnold Chesak, Herbert Eggers, Arthur Garlieb, Eiarle Johnson, Mrs. Bemice Kal-' sow, Charles Lamb, Richard Mi6hel- sen, John Rugh, Harold Swanson and Mrs, Florence Vopelak. The Ladies Aid will sponsor a ba¬ zaar at this dinner and everyone in the community is invited to attend. Get Your Tickets NOW, Say.. Do you have a Fibber Magee closet? Clear it out, and help the Music Boosters in the- bargain. Huntley Fire Prevention Week Huntley again can say our fire loss has been very small compared to other tovms and districts for 69. We measure this by our number of fire runs and what it consisted of. Even grass fires early Spring were lowest percentage of calls in years. Though now. as late Fall arrives, always means burning of trash and leaves, then unless we are careful this can spoil a low record of fire runs for Huntley District for 69. During this Fire Prevention week, let's clean out and clean up our homei, factories and business places, so during winter healings, odd trash aad paints and papers .won't cause a fire tragedy for any one. That heating unit that you didn't have checked by some one who knows, may just cost you much more than a few parts and labor. Send a lot of your clean-out trash, etc to the City dump, rather than a back yard blaze an annoying smoke to theneighbors But ^bove all, teach your family to be careful of matches and firei "nje children that you leave home to baby-sit, what to do in case of any emergency and how to call the Fire department or Police department As our posters say this year 'Stc^ Fires and Save Lives'. Huntley Fireman Chief - Jack Andenon WewWeO Discussed by Board The regular monthly meeting of the Huntley Village Board was held last Thursday, October 2nd. 1969 in the boardroom oi the Village Hall. President BrUl, Clerk En¬ strom, Trustees Enstrom, O'Connor, Fitzi, Staab, Olhaber and Attorney Caldwell present. Trustee Ackman. absent. Following routine business of read¬ ing of the minutes, paying of bills and hearing the police report from Chief Richard Nelson, the board recognized Bruce Epuipment Co., who represent the Elgin Street Sweepers and were called on by the board for the purpose of replacing the 1955 street sweeper the village now owns. It was reported that this street sweeper was no longer doing the job for which it was designed. The board decided tb purchase an Elgin Light Wing 375 sweeper for $12,980. The village received a $3000 trade-in on the old sweeper, costing the village $9,980 delivered. There are three options which go on tiiis machine. A heater for $85, a cab- comfort window for $110 and a window ^hteh prt tnrdeg^ oiit df the side of the cab of the vehicle. There is a polyethylene broom which runs $120 additional. The village decided to purchase only the btoom. There is a six month warranty on the new sweeper. This warranty however, will not start until the spring of the year. The board turned over the delin¬ quent water bill of Jerry Wirsing to the Village Attorney. Mr. Wirsing will be sued for payment of this bill. The Village Board decided to hold a special election to permit the voters to determine whether Hunt¬ ley village employees should be on the Illinois Retirement Fund. Mr. Woodman and his son from Baxter & Woodman were present at the meting to leport to the vil¬ lage on the progress of the well. The men reported to the board that the well can pump up to 1000 gal- ions per minute, at the time the vil¬ lage decided to dig the new well, it was hoped that they would be able to obtain the 250 gallons per minute that the present well is providing. The 1000 gallons is far in excess of the expectations of the board or the (Continued on page 3 Hampshire Downs Hnntley The Huntley Varsity foottwll team played against Hampshire last Sat- urdy afternoon, going against Hamp¬ shire in their homecoming ganrc. Hampshire won b^ a score of 26 to 13. A slipout was tlu-own to Gary Downen for a touchdown in sec¬ ond quarter. Campbell kicked for the extra point and was successful. Huntley intercepted a pass for touchdown in the 4th quarter. lind¬ sey's run forthe extra point at the end of the game was uimtccessful. According to Coach McDonald the Huntley team played the best game they have played this season, but it wasn't good enough to win. He stat¬ ed that the team's tackling lo(*ed very sharp. Gary Downing was badly bruised and taken to the hospiti, but was re¬ leased shortly «Aerwards. Former Pastor to Speak at Festival The Rev. Aitiiur otu.ucuci vmo served Trinity Lutheran Church, Huntley, as its pastor during 1949- 1955 will be guest speaker at Trin¬ ity's Mission Festival Services this Sunday, October 12, at 8 and 10:15 A.M. The Rev. Schroeder graduated from Concordia ScRMnary, St. Louis, Missouri, in 1944. Upon graduation he accepted the call from the South Wisconsin District to serve as Mis¬ sionary at Large. In that capacity he helped organir.e Christ Memorial jLutheran Churcll in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became its first resi¬ dent pastor. In 1949 he accepted the call from Trinity Lutheran Church of Huntiey, Illinois to be¬ come its pastor and also to serve under the Northern Illinois District Mission Board as part-time chaplain at Elgin State Hospital. In 1955 he accepted the call to Bethlehem Luth¬ eran Church in River Grove, Illinois where he served as pastor until 1963 when the Mission Board of the Dis¬ trict extended the call to foeoome fulltime chaplain at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Dlinois. Since 1963 he has participated in special¬ ized training programs in pastoral care at Augustana and Elgin State Hospitals. For four summers he has conducted training programs for seminary students and clergy at Cook County Hospital. He is a mem¬ ber of the Association for Clinical Pastorlal Education, the y^nerican Protestant Association, and the Board For Social Ministry of the Northern Illinois-English Districts. In May, 1966, Chaplain Schroeder was appointed by the District Mis¬ sion Board to serve as District Co¬ ordinating Chaplain; as sudi he seeks to coordinate and supervise the chaplaincy programs carried on by our full and part-time chaplains and deaconess. Chaplain Sdhroeder i6 married toi Audrey nee Andersen. They are the', parents of five daughters and claim one granddaughter and one grand¬ son. The chaplain and his family live in Bellwood, Illinois. ¦'^r- NOTICE ^The ordiiWDce of the VjUage of Hundey does NOT allow leaf bam- ing oa (be streets, nor tke deposit¬ ing of debris such as leaves and grass cHpi^ngs. Street Committee. NOTICE Former Cub Scouts—Therts are new Cub Scouts wbo could use yonr oM uniforms. Please call Den Moth¬ er Slilrley Clark 699-S046. Annual Girl Scoot Peanut Sale This Weekend Friday October 10th and Saturday October Ilth are the days for our Girl Scout Council fund raising pea- ut sale. Leaders and mothers of our girl scouts will be in the Huntley Square these two days sellig pea¬ nuts. Please lielp us make our goal by tmying peanuts and show you are behind our Girl Scouts 100 per cent. Homecomming Week Schedule This week was Romocoming week at Huntley High School. Monday was red and while day with all studenU wearing red and white. Tuesday wias Isvreat-ehirt day, Wednesday hat day, Thursday, slave day (be¬ ing extra nice to players) and Fri¬ day will be slacks day. Thursday night will be the snake dance, be¬ ginning at 6:30 at the Hi^ School. They will proceed through town do¬ ing yells and cheers and come back to the High School for the Bonfire. Friday afternoon at 2:00, the parade will begin and wiil end up bade at the school for a pep session. Friday night at 8:00 p.m. will be the Home¬ coming game between tbe Huntley Redskins and the Centfal Rodtets. At half tfane,enteriainment will be presented by the High Sdiool band. Color Guard, cheerleaders and the Indian. At this time, they will introduce candidates for king and queen wfao wai be diosen by (he student body. Saturday night trom 8 to 11:30 will be the Homecolning dan<», featur¬ ing Del's Trio. This year tibe theme will be Indian Summer. S«netiine during Ihe evening, the long aad queen wUEl be crowned. AKnuti «e welcome to all Horaec(»ning activi¬ ties. ^, Membws of the Queen's couit are Jean Piiizel, Cindy Go^ Linda Koch, Bonnie Strissel and Donna Graske. In tile Kings oouzt are Aim Haffericami^ Russell Kahl, Rot^ BurmestM-, Charles Piske aad Jon Spradlin.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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