The Huntley Farmside
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'cHiG HUNTLEY ^a^^sfdc VOLUME 10 — NUMQER 48 THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1970 — PHONB — «8»-SCn U No Answer 49MMa SOilOOl FILE HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL HUNtUSY. ILL 12 PAGES "VE SURE YOU ARE RICHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett IViiuiers of Whats Right With AmeriGa Contest Legion Dance March 14 The Huntley Legion Post 673 will have a Birthday Dinner on Satur¬ day, March 14 at 7:30 P.M. A short but interesting program will be fol¬ lowed by dancing. Continous mem¬ bership pins will be awarded. Reservations are requested. Please notify Hedy Leonard at 669-5425 if you plan to pttend, no later than March 9th. 1 would like to hear from those who are to receive pins in particular. The Legion Post at 669- 5551 will also accept reservations. Come and have a good lime, and wish your Le^on continued success in its work of "Service for the Veteran". Pletared from left to right: Vera Rasmusen, Americanism Chairman; Marcie Ungs. Barbara Sorensen, Mary Jo Harm, and Beverly Albrecht, Contest Winners; and Mabel ScHnltz, American Legion Auxiliary President. Whaes Right with America Contest The American Legion and its Aux¬ iliary sponsor an essay writing con¬ test each year. The purpose is to aid the schools in the teaching of Americanism and Good Citizenship. The subject for this year was, "Whafs Right with America? the winners are as follows: Class I (7th and Sth grades) — 1st place: Mary Jo Harm; 2nd place: Barbara Sorensen, and 3rd place: Marie Ungs. Class II (9th and 10th grades) — No entries turned in. Class 111 (1 Ith and 12th grades) — 1st place: Beverly Albrecht. The students and their parents were guests of the Auxiliary at their regular monthly meeting oo McMiday evening, Mar. 2nd. Each winning essay was read by the stu¬ dent who had written it. First Aid for 7th Grade Once again this year, our school nurse, Mrs. Audrey Korwin, is teaching a medical self-help course to the 701 grade girls. The class, which meets once a week, is spon¬ sored by the Illinois Department <rf Public Health ^id the Illinois Office of Civil Defense. Mrs. Korwin is teaching the girls first aid fundamentals such as con¬ trol of bleeding, transporting^ of the injured and etc. She hopes to pre¬ pare the girls to cope with unex¬ pected emergencies — fire, tornado and atomic attack. P.r.i4. April Fools Audition The audition for our April Fools dramatic show will be held Sunday, March Sth at the Grade School Gym from 2:00 to 5:00. We will be pre¬ senting two plays for our amateur show this year. One is a Hillbilly play and the second is a Whodunit Iiiay. Keep in mind this is an adnateur show, not a professional pittxiuction so everybody Is welcome to come and try out, no former ex¬ perience is necessary. Hope to see ypu Sunday! i Park Board Meeting The reguar meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Paa-k Board was held February 26, at 7:30 p.m. The roll noted the following present: Commission¬ ers Deicke, Flske, Parisek and Tes¬ sendorf, with Commissioner Ream abF u. Also, m attendance was the district's financial consultant, William Froehlich. The first order of business was the reading of the minutes of the January 28th meeting. A motion was made by Commissioner Tessen¬ dorf, seconded by Commissioner Piske, to approve the minutes as read, and upon roll call, all com¬ missioners voted aye and the min¬ utes were approved. During the reading of the minutes, Coinmis- sioi>er Ream entered the meeting. The chairman then asked that the treasurer's report be read. It show¬ ed a balance on hand at 1-1'70 in the checking account of $15,976.94, bills paid amounted to $60.48, a refund to employee of $8.54 and deposits of $41.54. Balance on hand in checking and savings $10,- 588.79 and $5,360.67, respectively. Distribution was as follows: Gen¬ eral, $9,389.70; Recreation, $1,- 312.11; Pension, $181.77; Insurance, $259.06; and Audit, $44.44. A mo¬ tion was made by Commissioner Pa¬ risek, seconded by Commissioner Deicke, to approve the treasurer's report as read, and upon roll call, all commissioners voted aye and the report approved. Bills presetited were as follows: Commonwealth Edison (power), $1.72. A motion war made by Commis- sioner Deicke, seconded by Com¬ missioner Ream to approve the pay¬ ment of said bill and upon roll call, aU commissioners present voted aye and the bill approved for pay¬ ment. Commissioner Deicke then made a motion to reset the March meet¬ ing to the regular meeting night, which would be March 25th, this motion seconded by Commissioner Piske, and upon roll call, all com¬ missioners voted aye and the mo¬ tion carried. Pre^dent Piske then announced that ho had feeon approached • by Commonwealth Edison in legard to running a power line along the park on Route 47. He said that before he had a chance to bring the matter before the Park Board, the company had already set poles. He was to meet wilii a representatvie Continued on Page Two PARK BOARD MEETING Spring Vacation Starts March 20 Superintendant Marks aiuiounced that Spring Vacacation for Hnntley Schools has been extended by the use of Two Emergency days. Vaca¬ tion will start at the close of the regular school day on Friday, March 20th. School will start at the usual time on Monday, March 30th. The remaiaii^ emergency days will be used at-mk. end of the year. FHA Spring Rally On Wednesday. February 28th Section 21 officeA of F.H.A. met In Huntlej^. Thejf tbnred the fadli- ties and then planned the Spring Rally. The rally is being held in Huntley on April Uth. Nine schools were reprsented. Those rep¬ resenting Hun^ were Mrs. Mow¬ ers, Jean Foiwl and Joan Finiel. Refreshnitots were served. Office Machine Course at MHS* A new cMrM ftiv MM iastitute^ this semes^r tif HfMtlojr Hl^ Scho<d in V)aamt:^lmmtaa. It is the semester odum in Offloe Machines. Instructor Mary Ellen Rugg '» la- her 12th year (rf Teaching. She/&¦» come to Huntley after teadiiiii ia Wauconda High Sciu>ol,City#t«*» and William Rainey Harper iiiBfer College. Miss Rugg has chosen ^Jtat the purpose of the coutie is to give High School Juniors and SeoJors an in¬ troduction to the ftMbmentals of Office Machine opertttiOB. This year a new ele^ni^ Calcu¬ lator with one memory bank and two printing calculators with one memory bank were purchased. Three Dictaphones were also added. In addition to the new machines other machines used in the coune are 3 adding machines, two types of office duplicators and electric type^ writers. In additicm an introduction to data processing is given to the students by study of a practice aet which deals vrith the punch card and its uses and process used for recording data. Each student will be scheduled for time on each unit of instruction. The completiou of the unit will pro¬ vide a'badcireuad of iofvrmatten for students wttAint mitaf level jobs whkfc dtf for tfa> iMe ot the Office Maduoea-ptevioMly mtattoned. Of- flee Maddnes is one of the Vo> cational courses being taugfat at the school Northern IUinoi.i University grant¬ ed the Teacher her Bachelor at Set- Continaed on Page Three OFFICE MACHINE COURSE Eagl(^ Scoots, Parents and Officials at Bine Banqnet The Blue and Gold Banquet was held February 26,' at the Trinity Lutheran Church. The meeting was opened with a prayer by Rev. Harm. Pot Luck dinner was served to 200 people. The Girl Scouts and Brownies entertained after the dinner. Awards were then presented to Dale Hughes, 2 yr. pin, artist citi¬ zen, and craftsman badges. Leo Wlesmeth, 2 yr. pin. Artist, Citizen, and craftsman badges. Lance Lamb, 2 yr. i^. DavU Lladsey, 2 yr. jhu, craftsman badges. BUly Maynard, 2 yr. pin, Artiat and Citizen badges. ¦ Ronald Sdmltio,'! yr. pin. Athlete and Citizen badges. DavM Skylte, 1 yr. t^. Artist aod Citizen badges. Brafai leasaur 2 yr. pin. Citizen badge. FUltp DeoalMe, 1 yr. pin, Qaii Ar¬ row points. GrCM DeUMm yr. pin, Wolf badge, and Ooid Arrow pofaits. Hm Hmmtn, l yr. pla. Kaady Behreaa. 1 yr. pin. Jelf Batswii^ 2 yr. jifai. Km MMMa. 1 yr. pia. BeMIe Gragr, 1 yr. pla. Gien SchaBer, 1 yr. pin. Ted4r Amitentm. Bobcat awwds. Brett BawwlBh^ 1 yr. pin. Mark SchaeHw, l yr. pia. Raa«y fldbooley, 1 yr. pJn.
|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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