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-r-^ m HUNTLEY '^^>^^^ VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 36 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 — PHONE — M9-5621 — U No Awwer 459-0998 or 459-14W FRANK PARISEK pa 192 HUMTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES •9E SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett li ceeta por eon Huntley Schools Expands Curriculum In the past, when a high sohool student wanted to enroll in a sub¬ ject that was not taught In his own sdiOol but was taught in some oth¬ er school, the family would have to move into the other dietrict to Sat¬ isfy his desdres. Naturally, this was imprtaical, and the student woull substitute some course w his own high school in w*dch he was less interested, but still wiping he noght have the other oourse. Starting next September in the 1973-74 school year, the opportun¬ ity will be available for students in one high cshooJ to take Uiat "other" ooutse in some orther tiigh sdiool within McHenry County. Through the McHeory County VcKalftotndl Cooperative, an organization that has been in the process of develop¬ ment for several montfns between the eight high school districts with¬ in the county, the expaided curri¬ culum for individual students will be possible. With an administrator and a boerd mMnbep from each district forming the Board of Dire<*ors, aad one from eaoh named as one Execu- ' tive Board, committees tor policy, program, and finance were named. On November 15, after each com¬ mittee had presented their propo- iiit, a formal PoUcy Provlskm was adopted. Robert Vogen, Superintendent of Community High School - Mapengo - District 154, has been elected to ser\'e as chaJrman of the Board wid^h Loren C. Lemmon, Superin¬ tendent of Harvard Community Unit District 50, ^xpointed to serve as secretary. Woodstock Unit Dis- tric ?.00 is serving as the Adhiinis- tratjvc Distriot. As set forth in the Articles of Joint Agreement, "TTie purpose of the McHenry County Vocational Oooperative shall be to provide edu¬ cation and services for the voca¬ tional and technical career students of its Member School Districts as defined and mandated by flie pro¬ visions of the Illinois Sohool Code." Participating memiber districts wtth their representatives and des¬ ignated Executive Board member are as follows: Alden-Hebron Dis¬ trict 19. Supt. Charles J. Wightman and Joseph Janniotta (E.B.); Harvard District 50, Supt. Loren G. Lemmon (F.D.) and Donald Barrett; Maren¬ go District 154. Supt. Robert N. Vogen (E.B.) and Rali^h Levitt; Crystal Lake-Cary-Grove District 155, Supt. John Buckner (E.B.) and Daniel Malone; McHenry Dbtrict 156, Supt. Ridiard SwanU (E.B.) and Clinton Claypool; Ridhmond- Burton District 157, Supt. O. A. Candelania and Gene Albrigjhft (E.B.) Huntley Distriot 156, Supt. LcRoy Marcks and Ronald E. Jirik (E.B.) and Woodstock District 200. Dr. Roy Hs^ack and Melvin Belcher (E.B.). Also as an ex-officao member of the Executive Board is Edward Hall, Assistant Superintendent of Edu¬ cational Servioe Region, as appodnt- ed by Richard L. Tazewell. Super¬ intendent of Educational Service Re¬ gion. Ray Umiand of the Special Education Diatrict d McHe»y County, serves as an ex <dfido mem¬ ber of the Finance Committee, and James O'Hare of SEDOM and John Garrett, Vice-President of McHenry Coi:nty College, as ex officio mem¬ bers ot the Program ccmimittee. Ill the Policy statement, it was Continued on Back Page HUNTLEY SCHOOL Grafton Highway Commissioner Honored Louis Schao^tner, Grafton Town¬ ship Road Commissioner received a plaque from the Township Offi¬ cials ot McHenry Coui% organiiM-' tion at Iheir annual dinner at Pal's Restaurant. Tlie jAaque was ni ap¬ preciation of his services to ttte local and staste otgoiization. Above may be seen WiUiM^ Ward, treip- urer of the oi^anii»tion reiKHng the plaque which was then present¬ ed to Mr. Schachrtner. The newly School Lunch Menu Week of Dec. 11-15 Monday: Bar-B-Que on bun or peanut butter/jelly sandwich, but¬ tered com, potaito chips, lemon pie w/riches whip, milk, Tuesday: Creiamed chicken on hot biscuits, buttered green lieans. buttered bread, mixed fruit w/fresh bananas, milk. Wednesday: Hot dogs & baked beans, carrot & celery sticks, pickle relish-mustard-catsup, but¬ tered bread, fruit, maJk. Thursday: Christmas dinner, roast turkey & grcivy. cranberries, mashed potatoes, buttened mixed vegeta¬ bles, sweet potato & apricot cas¬ serole, buttered bread, home made Christmas cookies (by Home E. classes), milk. Friday: Tuna & noodle casserole, buttered green peas, buttered bread, vanilla Ice cream or orange push up, cookies, milk. Santa Clause Is Coming to Town Santa Clause will come to town this year on SaAurday December 9th at 1:30 P.M. to talk to aU good little boys and girls. Santa will ar¬ rive from his home at the North Poll by snowmobile (In case there is no snow Santa will use one of the Huntley Flre Engins). Santa will give gifts to every boy and giril who visits him hi the bandstand. He will be assisted by the merchants of the community. On Saturday, December 15th, .Santa will be at Harry's Super-Valu 6 to 9 P.M. Oliver Statler Speaks At Lions Club World renowned author and lec¬ turer, Mr. Oliver Statler, addressed the Hunitley Lions Club at their regular meeting held Nov. 28, at the Huntley Legion Hall. Intro¬ duced by Program Chairman lion Bud Weber, Mr. Statler, a native of Huntley, told of his experiences In Japan, hu his very informative talk, Mr. St^er told <rf the many tecTnnological advances over the past several decades. Also the various socio-economic changes that have taken place in that country. In other, business at this meeting, the Lions will once again be selling X-mas trees on the Square. The lions will also be present at the Grade School December Is) for the Annual X-mas Program. Dec. 16 is the date set for Ladies Nite at the Iron Skillet in Algonquin with initi¬ ation of the following new members: Hany Purdom, Claries Ruth, Dave Kosman and Richard David. Mr. C3iuck Lamb, Secretary of liie Huntley Lions Club, has just re¬ ceived word from Lions Interna¬ tional lhat 2 members from Huntly are to receive Special Key Awards. Those awards are given by the In- teinstional President George Fnied- ricks of Annency. France. Lion Pres. Art Wicke Huntley Lions Club is pleased to announce tbat Lion Howard Ruth and Lion Eldon Pfaff wil! receive these awards Decem- bei- 16, 1072. District fXSovemor Norm Devine will make the presentation. elected ineaUeat «f the organiza- tior may b« seen in tht pieme atoo. 164 memten Md friends Mlmil- I'd the annual TowMhip Officials dinrcT on Mooday, Dec. 4, Con¬ gressman Robert McClory was the speaker of the evening. He stressed the need for more recognition of county and State government by the federal government The con¬ gressman further stated tiiat he wanted to be close to thds County so tnat he wouftd be better able to serve them. He had just returned from a Boy Scout jamboree at Oys¬ tal I-ake where he was also a speaker and before that he had par!idpated in the swearing in of the newly elected at the new count house in the morning. The meeting was opened by Wil¬ liam Ward, County Board member of Harvard. He presented Joseph Schmidt, outgoing president wtw in turn presented Rev. Fred Tozer vAio asked the blessing. Raymond Murphy, Hartland Township supervisor and member of the County Boaixl was chainnan of the nominating committee. He nominated Herbert Becker, Dun¬ ham Townsbip Road Conunissicmer as president; Anita Sherwood, Nun¬ da Township Qerk, secretary; An¬ thony Azzjffo, Dorr Township As¬ sessor, a member of the Board of Directors; George Starr, AOgbn- quin Towndiip Supervisor, a mem¬ ber of the Boaid of Duectocs; Dor¬ othy Mathews, Chemung Townsb^ Cleik, vice president; WiUiam Waitl, Ctwmung Township Supervisor, treiasurer. A plaque was to have been pre¬ sented to State Representative Les¬ ter Cunningham for his servioe to towt.ship government and Stale Comptroller elect, George Lindberg but neither gentleman was present. Christmas Concert To Be Dec. 19 This year's Christmas doocert will be held Dec. 19, 1972 at 8:00 P.M. in the grade sobool gymi. Featured will be grades K-8 sing¬ ing selected CSmstmas songs, the High School Concert Oioir, and tihe Jr. Hi^ Band. Emergency School Announcements Emergency school announcements for Huntley . Consolidaited SchooJ Distnict No. 158 will be given to six radio stations. Local ^be^ions that will be used are: WFVS, 850 AM, Crystal Lake; WRMN, AM at 1410; and WJKL, FM et 94.3,,El*in. Chicago statkms to be used are: WGN, 720 AM; WMAQ, 670 AM; and WIND, 560 AM. Velucle Stickers Cbiet Ricfaaid Nelson annoanced this we^ that vebiz4e gtickera wuf be obtained at the Huntley Viliaep Hall. Hie stickere will be on sale now ttirougb February. On March 1, 1973, a praalty wUl be charged, and residents wtw do not bave stickers on their cai» wffl be penal¬ ized end sUbjeot to a traffic cit»- tion. Anyone wisfainc to reserve a specific sticker mmber should con¬ tact Chief Nelson Imntedieteay. Mail Christmas Cards Early Advises Local Post Office December 10 Itbrou^ December 16, 1972, has been de'Hgnatod afl •Christmas Oard Week" by Pbat- me^iter Richard Michelsen. 'We are asking the people of Huntley. IlKnoia to complete their Q-.ristmas mailings on or befote December 16, 1972." Tlais peiticuilar week was chosen because it is just nine days before Chr'istmas, and postal pereomel des nerately need ttiese important days to deliver the miWons of greet¬ ings in tjme for Ghristiia& Tbe oid fashion habR of mailing late adds a tremendous volume on your po«^al carHer who Is requ'ired to perform e job almost beyond his physical capabilities. It is ao easy to plan the deposit of your greet- ii^ several days earlier to Mriait your postal workers In. Aoulderine the heavy worklaad Join your poOlk HmrtwHi Ud obeerve "Christrai^dirt tite*'* tlo make HnnUegr, lOtoDh, the n- tioc's number one niill eufJT tentit School Board To MoetBec 11 . the becMiAxr BB|*i Inee^ for Hutttley Schools k sdhenhiled for Decmher llth. at 7:45 P.M. The Board will redeve report from the .landing committees. Jim O'Hara of the Special Education District of McHenry County will re¬ port Nl the progress of special ed¬ ucation classes in county high sthools. Work plans for (ThristmaG vaoa- ticMi, capital outlay, mid-year grad¬ uation will receive the board's «- tention. The TUAe II plan for 1972- 73 will i>e presented for approval. School Calendar Dec. 8. Central, Awiay, 6.30 P.M. Dec. 9. Movie, Jr. Class. Dec. 11. Womens P.E., Mdti Puipose Rm-, 7-8:30. Dec. 12. Grade Scbooi Base¬ ball, Woodstock, Away. 6:30 P.M. Dec. 13. Men's P.E., Grade school gym, 8-10 P.M. Dec. 14. G.AA. ChrisUnas Party. Multi Party Rm. Dec. 15. Mooseheart, Home, 6:30 P.M. Dec. 15. Failure notices to par¬ ents. Dec. 16. Hampshire, Home, 6:30 P.M. Dec.- 18. Women's P.E., Multi Purpose Rm., 7-8:30 P.M. Dec. 18. Grade schooa hasiketball. St. Joes, Away, 7 P.M. Dec. 19. Chrisbnas Program. Dec 20. Men's P.E., Gnade school gym, 8-10 P.M. Dec. 21. Institute Day. No school. Dec. 22 (thru,Jan. 2. Christmas Vacation. Dec. 26-29. ', Wteengo Holiday Toumunent >j j t Hoy Mom, need a rest, or maybe a day to do your Christmas rfiop- liingt Bring the kids to the Hunt- ley Grade Scfaool gym, Sntaday, beoeoiber 9, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 P.M. There will be gunes and a movie for the amaH coet of SOc per person. And special attrac¬ tions, tbe conoessian stand wtil be open, to revive tfaem after a long work out All prooedes from ttm will go to the Junior clu$.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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