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^ HUNTLEY ^^ yOLVMK 13 — NUHBER 49 linjRSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 — PHONE — Mf-5«il — If No Aaawer 459-M9S or 4n-14K '1 ¦ '" ''^¦i.iihu.,.,,, . FRAWK PARISEK FO 192 ROflTLEY. ILL , ..-..-^. 10 PAGES 'VE SLRE irOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Greekatt !• awta pH- Kindergarten Registration March 21 Wednesday, March 21 has been established as the registration diate for childrN) who will enter Kinder¬ garten for the nrrt tin\e in the fall of 197J. The IHinois School Code ststM that a chfld muat be five years ot mse <m bt betote Decem¬ ber l9t to ctwoil fn Wndergarten. A birth oertdficAte Is required as evidence verifying the birth dalte when a chiM is begiinning school few the first tbne. During this, times will he assifaed for kindergarten visi- taftion for tte new student and par¬ ents. At this same time, a registna- tion for vision, hearing and a com¬ prehensive screenng program of pre-school age children will take place. The sdhools are now required' by llKoois law to screen all 3 and 4 year kM children. The purpose of thu pitof(ram is to try and locaite all cMldren who mayteve apecial needs vniFwho may need «peeW help pxior ito entering the reyuler kindergar¬ ten program. Parents of 3 and 4 year old chil¬ dren are being eaked to complete a regiatration fonn, a. brief parent questionnahv, a hrief medical his- toiy <rf the child. Registration for Kindefgarien and Pre-Schiool screeoing wtUl be heid alt the Hundeyy Etementary School of¬ fice oa WedoeadHy, Maqefe 21. 1973 frcm 9:00 to 11:00 A.M. iUtA tnmr 1:30 to 3:30 P.M. Screening and testing fnr these children wiU be done at the soKdal haM of the First Congregational Church at Huntley on Wednesday, March 28, 1973. "nmes will be set cn registratiion day. I( you are aware ot anyone who may not know about these registra¬ tions and screening procedures, please pass this information on to them. If you bave any questions, please call the Elementary School Office 669-5108. N3 school on Friday, March 16, 1973, this WiH be a teacher insrtittite day. Scout Pancahe Day &) Paper Drive School Board Petitions Available Persons wishing to file petition for nominaftion of members of the Board of Eduoation fbr Huntiey Con¬ solidated School Dist. No, 158 mav Woodstock Street, Huntley, Illinois, do so before March 23 at 214 North The electbn of board members will be held on April 14, 1973. Bo«rd members whose terms are expiring are William Bein Jr., Ed¬ ward Brandwein and Richard Midhet- sen. March School Board The March Board Meeting will be heW on March 12 at 7:45 P.M. After the mimites and bills have be«i ap- rioved for payment, committee re- p<"rts win be received. Bids for baseball backstop will be opened. The Vocational one and five year plan for 73-74 will be pre- sortted for approval at that meetir^. Capital outtay and stafifing for next year will also be discussed. Girl Scout Wrthday The Hantley Oirl Scoot Troops will be serving cake and o^ee hi the State Bank of Huntley on Sarturday,. March 10, 1973. We will be serving from 9:00 a.m. till 12:00 noon. We would like to invite everyone to ccme and join us in our celebnatioa ot the 61st b«rthday of Gh"l Scouting m the United States. The annual Boy Scout Pancake breakfast held on Sunday, Feb. 2Sitb served more people than ever be¬ fore. Ttie Scouts grossed over $823.00, with expenses estimaited at $150.00. Last Saturday the Soouts held a paper drive which exceeded all ex¬ pectations. The Scouts sold over 2 ton of papeai, and ocdlected an addi¬ tional 2 ton for the next drive. They realized $174^00 fr«n Saturday'si* March Village Board Meeting The mo«itt>ly meetiBg of ttie Hilt ley Vllteiee Board was he4d en T*»it»- day, M'arch lst in the board roctn rxf the ViBbge Hall. AM village crf- firials were present with the excep¬ tion cf Trustee Cole who wasi ab: sent. r-'ollowing the approval of the min¬ utes. Treasurer's report, bills," and I'li'ier routine business, the board diciissed the possibility of installing ruldoor water meter gaupos on cei^ cr'n homes in Himtley. The gaugafc;''' would cost in the neighhirhood of S!2 doUars apiece. TWs expense would be bom by the jnAvidual home owners and could be spread over several wafer bills. The Village aar _ cepted a small mmiter of thea^ gauges which will attach to e7i^lL^. ing water meters on a tiial basas. The purpose of the attachment fc r the water meters wohld permit Village employees to got ao ac¬ curate reading without entering a person's home. Thds. it was stated, would be extremely helpful in situ¬ ations where all the occupants of the home work, Mr. Ted Olson of the Huntley Su- iifcrmarket was recognized by the Board. Mr. Olson asked pormissioo rf the Beard to set up a flea mar¬ ket on the parkway in fmnt ef the parking lot of the Huotley oenter near Rc«tB 41. Mr. OtaM stated MM* •toa^mtimtaamaatJtbimta. Rte, 47 to stop at the center. s.iid he had the permission ot the CoJiter's owner lo do this. He stated that automobiles attending the flea infcrket could use the Center's paik- ing lot or on the gra\'el next to the rarking lot. He said he would rent tahies to people to sell their mer¬ chandise. He added that natunaUy nthPi Iccal merchants cculd partid¬ pate in the flea market citing the Huntley Shoe Box as an example. Mr. Olson said he did not see where the flea market would be any dclriment to the ned^iborhood. He added his main purpose was to get ntticn over there. He said he would like to have the flea market every Saturday and Sunday, weather per¬ mitting during the summer. Attoniey Caldwell questiooed whether the ViUage Board would be r ncrcaching on a state regulation if they permitted Mr. Olson to have his flea market on the parkway close to Rte. 47, He stated that Mr. Olson would bave to get permission from the State Dept <rf Hwys. be¬ fore the Village Board could act on b's proposal. Tlie board next disctissed a pro- pijsal from Dean's Milk Compaiy to permit them to use the Sanitary Dis^ posal Plant fcv their wastes when it meets Dhe new state regulations. The dairy is willing to put up a .'''yable amount of money for the facility if they are permitted to use I he plant. The village engsneers hare not determine if the new plant could luiadle the wastes from Dean's mik. Attorney Oaldwell sitaibed that «s cf February a$th tte Oounty went on immediatei4ri^ schedule flor^all traffic ticketaiThis he cxpfcune^ means that niotoiiatB ticketed wW go to trial co the^same day wtien tliey have pleaded not guilty nattier than a future date. Mn CaMweU said that this meant Vtmt the ar¬ resting affmer would have to be present when the sUeead violatioa came up foe trial. If he was not there the vk>lation would not be prosecuted. The attorney coatinued (CoaUmied on Pa(e 2) VILLAGE BOARD Annual Hoho Servee^Over $00 the Tenth Annual Hobo Dinner aari floor shww sponsored by the chapel choir at the FiiSt Congrega- lioB^ Church was held last Satur¬ day, March 3rd. The dinner wtd show waa praseoted In two perfomt- aaoes end aoconumdated an anB^ enoe ot approximatety ftOO. The menu consisted of the following items: gourmet mulligan stew over snow capped mountain peaks, mar¬ lowr pidded com, rabbit food, French bread, moo jube, oactus juiee, hobo pestory, ice cow. The cast included the foUowing characters: Ann Buchal, George BuchaL Gail EcknMO, EHen Ervin, NMecy Grau, Cathgr Grhnes, Marcia Hardy, Mwy- Lou Hardy, Keri Hein¬ ey, Cart ms, Oaire HH, Deb HIH, Shelby HB Kathy Jensen Gerry Lange, Raady Leg^M. Kaithy Lovins, Dean Mailowe, t^mge Marlowe, Jim Morrow, Jbha Mbmyw, Bood Part- sek, Eleanor PiekaiM, Gayle Piekena. Ruth Ann Plane, Ta\M Roesslein, Howard Ruth, Karen Scherer, Bohbi Sue Tessmer, Bob Tlrlc, Linda Weir¬ ich. Director - Ann TVIc; Pianist - Helen Marlowe. The following was printed in the cen¬ ter fcM ol the Hobo Show program: "February 8, 1964 for our ftar." "Hobo Shtofw." M was bMed as the 'Hobo Ooonnet Dtano- and Floor aiMHr.' wnh a Mme like tiiat Md However, it must haive been enjoy¬ able, for we have been going strong for 10 yUma. In 1964 our dboir was made up of Seraor Ifigh Scbooi students. The orifsnal cast faiduded: Linda Akerberg, Christine Bjom, Barbara Brtttion, Katfiy Heiney, Mar¬ jorie Jensen. Nancy Jensen, David Johnson, Sandra Kerrick, Dean Mar¬ lowe, Faye Marlowe, Judy Perkins, Nancy Perkins, LaVonne Piske Peg gy Urbanch. We started out on a smell wooden stage at the sooth aide of the Social Hall. We sat on bales of hay and sang in tnison such "Hobo-y" song* as, "I Got Plenty <rf Nothln'," "Side By Side," 'T Got Rhythm, and "S'Wooderfvd." After a few years on that small stage, our choir was growing so that we needed a larger stage. As each Heho Show rolled around we looked for new ideas. In 1969 we had a Wcntem atj^ Hobo Shsar. BK 1970 we took on the look of the Roar- irfi Twenties. In 1971 we went "A- round the World," and in 1972 we <iid "BmaAmy Hits." Aad here «•• arc 10 years later, Uytaig to give ycu fhe best music ot all of (he shows. 'ehere are («ly 5 of tbe original Hobos in the show tmight. Tbey are Marge (Jensen) Mariowe, Dam Mat- kme, Kaithy (Heiney) Lovlni, Geoige Buchid, and Mrs. Henry Maiiowe. Mrs. Marknre has been oor Booom- panist and orgvwizer for all 10 years. Mrs. Bernard Johnson was our dl- Contlaaed oa Page Two HOBO SHOW Girl Scout Sunday The Huntlay Onl Soouts will be honoring Girl Soout Sunday by wear¬ ing their undforma and sUUng in a group when they attend the church at their choice. Girl Soout Sumlay is on March U, 1973. In the Luth¬ eran Ounih the this will abend •« 10:15 aervlee. In the CongretationBl Church the pris wlH MteiMl the 10:45 service. Ia the GMhoUe Chonh tfae firiB wiU «Hend tlw IMO Mms.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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