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<3T>e HUNTLEY -a^o*'* VOLUME U — NUMBER 27 THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1970 — PHONE — «1»-»iZ) If No Answer 4S9-IKHW 10 PAGES Village Board Meeting The Huntloy Village Board met Thui-sday Oct. 8. with Don Knstrom chairman pro teniporai-y in the ah- scnce of Mayor Wilpiit Brill. Miko Caldwoll, village attorney was given peiTnission to file condemnation suit on property behind the sewerage treatment plant for a treatment pond. Chief of Police Richard Nelson spoke on purchasing a new squad car. He said that a car should not be kept mere then 50,000 miles and 4 grease jobs boforc being traded. He also advocated that a special police car be considered. The com¬ mittee will investigate at Ben Han.s- ford. The water tower is being painttxl aqua with black letters, they said. There was abo discussion about painting the inside of the Villagi^ Hall. The color was not decided. George Hammond will do the work. An ordinance to annex the Jackisli farm located on Reed Road and the Algonquin Black top was passed. Richard Cross represented the ob¬ jection property owners: Billy Ann Anderson. Cookie Smith and Naomi Cole who objected to the multiple dwellings. HOMECOMING KING & QVEEN As is usual a king and queen were elected to preside over the Huntley High School Homecoming activities. They are Leonard Bor¬ hart. KinK—Janei Spradlin, Queen. The followins; are the King's C ourt: Patrick Donahue, D:in Fruin, John Hustler and Richard Master The f^ueen's Court: .Susan Kal¬ sow, Ciloria Koch. Teresa Wiesneth. and Nancy Rohlwing. The regular School Board Meeting will be held on ()ctob(>r 12th at 7:45 P.M. SLAVE A UCTION OCT. 21 All you people who want help wit'il the odd jobs, rako yard, wa.'yh win¬ dows, put up storm windows, etc. C ome to the Auction Slave Sale at S P.M. on Oct. 21st and buy your¬ self a Slave or two. We have some large husky cap¬ able and ready individuals for you. to be sold under the Hammer of Col. Ruth. Also we will be selling C akes etc. for yoi; Ui nibble on after the sale. As you discuss your bar- jrain with your friends. We would appreciate it if you would pay for your slave as soon as .vou purchase hipi There will he a clerk on duty at all times to accept your money. See nou at the Sale. MUSIC BOOSTERS AUCTION OCT. 18 Music Boosters of the Grade and High Schools will have an Auction on Sunday, October ISth. They arc asking for toys, furniture, tools, jewelry, do you have a Fibber Mc- Gee closet? Clear it out and help the Music Boosters. On October 18th the auction will be held so come and help. This is their fourth year. There will be all kinds of interesting articles for sale. For pick up or any information call Mrs. Homer Clark. Phone Hunt¬ ley 669-5046. *ltE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — Daviil Crockett 7 tents per copy Jr. High Ne-wspaper Staii Huntley Junior High School Newspaper Staff Seated — I.^'ft to Right — Bobbi Tessmer. Editor, Mark K»«>rt, Ellen Ervin, Laurie Brandwein. Standing — Mary Fitzgerald, Doug Strickland, Advisor, Mr, Don Hicks, Mark Modalf, and Linda Kreutzer. Absent — Barb Wolter and Paul Ostrander. Decorate iiioMnecaming Float Left I" Riillil — I'ani /inimennanu, .lane Mitliels<'n, M. West- rum Ron Masters, Dawn Jordi decorate the Homecoming Float. Jr. High Schawl Student Council Members of fhe Newly-Elected Huntley Junior High School Student Council. U'Sl to Right — Kar<>n Pfaff. Mark Williams, Kathy Pfaff, Jeff Roesslein, Keith Nevel, Advisor Mr. Jim Bankes, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer, Ellen Ervin, Advisor Mr. Don Hicks, and President, Scott Lindsey. Absent — Vice-President, Paul Ostrander. Painting Huntley Water Tower The new water tower is now being painted. The painter's scaffold may be seen at the left side of the pictuie. When the painter's are on tup the.v seem as small us kilten.s. When this pic¬ ture was taken (here was still a triangular spot of the original orange. Now tbe tower is aqua. The Village Board voted to have Huntley painted in black letters on tbe tower. School Board Meeting September 28, 1970 This being the 2nd regular meet¬ ing of Septonibe'-, beinjir held in the High School Building on September 2S. 1970 at 7:!5 P.M. Upon roll call the following an¬ swered present Mr. Jirik. Mr. Brand¬ wein. Mr. Michelsen. Mr. Bein and Mr. Stading. MJFS Mackaben and Mr. Hast <Tn ;bs nl. 1— A tnolion made by Mi-. Mi- chel.sen .-ind 2nd by Mr. Brandwein to Black top Ihe play ground area and the area east of the building lor a sum of SS200.00 by (Javers Asphalt Paving Co. of Woodstwk. Motion carried 5 yeas & 0 nays. 2— A motion made by Mr. Brand¬ wein rnd 2nd by Mr. Bein to award a contract to Wilson F.lectric Co. for power wirin.g for the two shops, for the sum of $1,564.00. Motion carried 5 yeas & 0 nay.s. y— A motion made by Mr. Bein and 2nd by Mr. Stading to approve of a payment tt) Warren Heating Co. as final payment the sum of $1.02X.- 75. Motion carried 5 yeas & 0 nays. 4— A motion made by Mr. Brand¬ wein and 2nd by Mr. Bein to approve of the applicationt of Marie Conley, Ejizabeth Anderson, and Barbara Selmartin rttend Jr. College under the Jr. College Act. Motion carried 5 yeas & 0 nays. A motion made to adjourn by Mr. Jirik and 2nd by Mr. Michelsen. Meeting stood adjourned. Summary I-Black topping play ground 2-Wiring of two shops .1 Payment to Warren Heating 4-Jr. College applicants. Bev Alhrecht Honored Letters of Commendation honi)r- iiig them for their high performance On the 1970 National Merit Scholar¬ ship Ouiilifyinp Tc^t (NMSOn have been awarded t' oP" student at Huntley High. Principal I.eRoy Marks has announced. This named Cc.inmended student is Beverly Albrecht. Sh:^ is among .~'5.0()() students i-. the I'nited States who scored in the upper 2 pt>rcenr of those who arc expected lo gr:idiiate from high school in 1971. The Commended student ranks just below the 14.75(1 Semifinalists anncunced in Septcm- tier by the Naticnal Merit Scholar¬ ship Corporation (NMSC). Edward C. Smith, president of NMSC. said: "Although Commend¬ ed students advaiice no further in the Merit Scholarship competitioi\ their standing in this nationwide pro¬ gram deserves public recognition. Their high ptrlormance on the NMS- QT gives promise of continued suc¬ cess in college, "The C ommendcd students should be encouraged t.i pursue their edu¬ cation since their intellectual talent represents an important and much neded natural resource. Both those students and our nation will benefit from their continuing educational development." The Commended students' names are rep^irtod lo certain scholarship granting agencies and to the colleges they named as their first and second choices when they took the NMSQT in February 1970. The reports in¬ clude home addresses, test scores, and anUcipated college major and career intentions ol the Commended students. NMSC encourages these -¦students to make every effort to continue their education.
|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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