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^«' HUNTLEY ^"^rf^ THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1970 VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 18 — PBONE — ««9-S6ZI U No ABlwer 49f-«9W SCHOOL FILE liUNiLEY HIGH SCMOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 6 PAGES BE SUKE YOU ARE RIGHT, THirv r.n *,HF,iM?" — DavW Crockett 7 centit per c«p] Hi'Ho Come To The Fair Glen Borhart, Huntley Harvpsters, checks his Hwinc Each year the fair is a 4-H showcase of outstanding Uve- project as he prepares for this year'H McHenry County Fair, stock, one of the mtiln "ttractions ?t the five-day event which opens Wedaesday, August 5. (Don Peasley Photo). Groups Unite For Environmental Control Exhibit How to spot problems in our en¬ vironment and possible solutions to problems—real or poitentiai wiil be dramatized in a special exhibit now under development for presenta¬ tion at the McHenry County Fair. The exhibit will be one of the fea¬ ture attractions at the 1970 fair August 5-9 at the fulrgrounds on Woodstoclt's east side. Special meet¬ ings to devise the best way to pre¬ sent the problem, the progress to¬ ward improving our environment, and how we can continue to exercise better environmental control have been held. Attendance has been excellent, indicating the widespread concern, Don Barrett, coordinator for the project, reports. Those chosen indicates how the exhibit will be keyed: "Youth and Environment: Problem, Progress and Possibilities." The exhibit first will provide an insight into the variety of pollution in evidence, chosen from a series of slides talcen by a Woodstock Com¬ munity Hig'h School group under tho leadership of Bud Swartout and tho science department. Visual evidence of soil, water, and air pollution in McHenry County wiil help alert visitors to the fair about tills widespread destruction of our environment. "It may shock many people to see our flagrant dis¬ continued on Page Two ENVIREMENTAL CONTROL Water Tower NearsFinish Accoixling to village officials tho welders expect to finish the new Huntley water tower North of town, on the proposed shoppintr center, by fie ond of this week. This is only the welding of tho tower. It should be another month boforc the inside of the tank ij cleaned and treated and the out¬ side has to bo painted. Machinery will have to be installed and pipes will have to hooked up to the wall. The official stated that when com¬ pleted the tower will hold .100.000 gallons of water and will be the modernistic golf-ball-on-tee design. The water will be pumped to the business district of Huntley through a twelve inch main which has been completed. The old tower will remain stand¬ ing, however, it will not be used. Tho official stated that the color Continued on Page Two WATER TOWER Notice Notice " DUE TO SUCH A MIXUP. we will pick up garbage and cans any week. they are set out. They still must bo separated . Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. ART KAHL & SONS 2X—8-6 i& «-l.^ There will be a meeting of ail .students who sigriod up for Co¬ operative Kducation training pro¬ gram, Tuesday,Aug . II, at S p.m. at tho high school. Mr. Roger Simpson, tho toacher- corodinator has been conductins u survey of training stations that are available in hte Huntley area. He has contacted several places which have openings that can i>e fUled immeddately. Additional information about the program will be discussed and Mr. Simpson is interesrted in setting up interviews with the students before school starts to ipeed up job place¬ ments. County Fair Begins On Wednesday McHenry County's 22nd amiual fair will present considerably ex- , panded exhibits.-educational attrac¬ tions, and entertainment features starting Wednesday, August 5. An estimated 50,000 are expected to jam the fairgrounds during the five days therefore the board ad¬ ded one more day to the schedule. One major attraction will be an environmental control exhibit which will be erected in the East ExhiW- tion Hall. Another major attraction, will be some works of art by county artists in the exhibit hall. TTiere will be adequate free park¬ ing on the grounds. Free grandstand attractions, in¬ cluding nighttime shows, is another policy of the fair board Charles Weingart, McHaniy dairy farmer is president of the board. Dedication of the year-old pavi¬ lion in honor of Don Hansen, pres¬ ident until his death in an accident last December, will be a Wednes¬ day nighl grandstand event. This will be held at S:."!© p.m.. after the Wtwdstock City Band performance and before the Miss McHenry Coun¬ ty Pageant. Tleven beauties from county cob- munitios will be in the Miss Mc¬ Henry County Pageant, seeking the crown worn royally by Debbie Brady. Judging 4-H entries begins open¬ ing day, at 9 a.m. Wednesday with 4-H flower arranging on the agenda. Continued on page 2 COUNTY FAIR Huntley Legion Pictures at the Installation ^^^^ The Amercan Legion Post 671 cf Huntley, will install iho n"w "f ficcrs for thr- coining yoar on Sat¬ urday, Aug. 1-1. at S p.m. at the I>egion Pom Homo at Huntley. .The newly olf^ciod slat" if offi'"or5 to be installed is: Commander. .James Manr'ne; Soniar vice com¬ mander. Harold Doty: Junior vice ;'ommander. Joel Belden: Chaplain. Robert Schultz; Finance officer. Dennis Rudzinski: Service officer, Philip Randazzo; Historian, Hed¬ wig Leonard; and Sergeant-at-arms, John Mattingly; and Adjuant, Don Enstrom. Alvin Anderson. Ilth District junior vice commander, past Mc¬ Henry Coimty council commander and past commande- of his homo post of Woodstock. 111., will adminis¬ ter the oath of office. He will bo assisted by Ty Behrens of Hebron, the commander of the American Legion McHenry County council as the installing sergcant-at-arms. The installing chaplain will be Wilbur Haack of Wonder Lake, the semor vice commander of the county coun¬ cil. ,. , , As is tradiiioiKil at Huntley, this - will be a joint installa^iom with tho \ Amer^-nn Legioti Huntley Auxilary Unit 67.V The n*. Auxiliary offi¬ cers are: Mrs. John ¦ Arlene) Mat¬ tingly, president; Mrs. Lloyd (Joyce) Will. Ist vice president; Mrs. Arn¬ old (May Chesak, 2nd vice presi¬ dent- Mrs. Don (Fern) Enstroni, treasurer; Mrs. Robert < Mable) Schultz, secret.iry; Mrs. Hubert (Vera) Rasmussen, chaplain; Mrs. Carl (Vi) Jurs. historian; and Mis.s Betty Jurs, sergeant-at-arms, ,,Mr.s. Jeronte (Elaine) Murphy, past Ilth District director, will do the irc^talling, Mfs: Ralph (Eileen) , Johnson, present Kane County Aux¬ iliary president, will be the install¬ ing sergeant-at-arms, wiOi Mrs, R. (Elta) Schmeiding as installing chap- plain, and Mrs. Leroy (Pat) Marks as the masiciarK The installation is open to tho public The formal ceremonies will bo followed by dancing, and lunch will bo served. Tho Huntley Ka nisido will ajjain lako pictures at the McHenry Co- ty Kair. Tho Editor wiil be aat The Fair to phott)(rraph the high prize winners at approximately 12:30 P.M. on Sunday, August 9th .. ,ir tho cattle sheds. 1970 Yearbooks Arrived The yearbook staff Ls happy to announce that tile 1970 yearbooks havo arrived. Yearbooks will bo distributed Wednesday, Aug. 12th. at the high .school study hall from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. NO YEAR¬ BOOKS WILL BE ISSUED BE¬ FORE THIS DATE! Do not call the h gh school office regarding the yearbooks. Only those who pur¬ chased yearbooks will be allowed to come to the party. Please bring your yearbook receipts with you. If yjti are unable to attend, your book will be ^Id for your or mailed to you aftet*ttie 12th. No extra books will be £old on the night of the 12th. WM, F. MILLER Huntley Slthool ComingEvents August 21 — On Friday, parents of ELKMENTARY students should come to the hi^h school office to register any pav fees. As a guide¬ line, families ¦ with the last names beginning with the letter A-M may register from 9 a.m. to 12 noon; N-Z may register from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. 24 — On Monday. HIGH SCHOOL students will register, pay fees, and. pick i.p class schedules. Aug. 31 —- Teacher's workshop (no .students). Sept. I — One half of school for all students except kindergarten. Sept 2 — Full day of school, and first day of kinderj^arten, Sept. 7 — Laboi Day (no school). Merchant-School Co-Op Program Pletared abore is Dick Seilrr. Russell Hroushton and BUI Seiler, Russell ia In the Co-op program at school and wUI be working at B A B wkh the SeBen's.
|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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