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"^^ HUNTLEY ^a^'^c VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 49 THURSDAY, MACH 11, 1971 — PHONE — M9-M21 • If No Answer 459-0998 Home Phone 459 0995 I: TI • t ¦ • ,_ .J 8 PAGES 'BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett GirlScout-Moiuid The Girl Scout organization ra Huntley wishes t:) thank everyone —ho participated and attended oi> Scout-A-Round this past Sunday. We would like to give special mention to our leaders and co-Icader.s who gave so much ot their time to maku this activity .successful. Thev are as follows: Barb Redckor. Jane Roesslein, Betty Rohlwinp, Doris Martin, Diane Wells, Carol Foutch, Inez Bundgard, .Tune DeDina, Judy Hansen, Betty Hoeske, Nancy Shot¬ liff, Bobby Tessmer and Nancy Schuld. We wish to thank Deans Milk for the donation of the coffee ' creamer and the First Congrega¬ tional Church for the use of the church ball. The program included an exhibi¬ tion of the Bamtioo Stick Dance, a skit on the Girl Scout Laws, a craft being done during the open house and the Harlam Goat and Brownie Smile Song were sung. Our guests were able to see displays of projects Continued on Page Two GIRL SCOUTS PTA Meeting March 16, at 7:30 p.m. feature on Pollution On March 16. al 7:30 p.m., the Huniley PTA meeting will feature a profrram on pollution. Jerry Da¬ vis, ropnsenting the Crystal L.ake Jaycees, will present a film con- corning pollution. This presentation will deal primarily with problems of concern to citizens of McHenry County. The PT.^ president and school officials are hopeful of a largo turnout as pollution is cer¬ tainly one of the most vital issues of our time. No School March 12 Students of Dist. 158 will not attend school on Friday, March 12. lhat day will be the last of Four Institute Days this year. Two Chosen For Best Theme As a requirement for their citi¬ zenship badge the Webelos had to write a short theme on why they liked to live and go to school in Huntley. From the 8 themes sub¬ mitted to our Editor tho fallowing two were chosen. First place was written by Gregg DeDina — Second place by Steve Grechis. Why I Like to Go to Live and Go To School In Huntley 1 like to live in Huntley because it is a small town to ride bikes in the sumn-.er. In the winter you can go skating- and sleding, it is partially populated. I like because it is a town that you have room to ride. School has nice teacher like Mrs. Stumpf. She is my teacher. They let you have a previledges to go and pick ye.nr books up and look at them. Spelling is my best subject, Math IS my second best subject. In Continued on Page 2 TWO CHOSEN Wednesday March 17 Starts Kindergarten Registration On Wednesday, Mar. 17, kinder¬ garten registration for the coming school year will be held at the elementary school office. Registra¬ tion times will IJe 9 a.m. to 12 nwn and I to 3 p.m. At this time, ap¬ pointments will also be made for physical examinations and kinder¬ garten visitation. Please be sure to bring a birth certificate — the child must be five years old on or before November 30, 1971. School Board The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Board of Education was held on Monday, Mar. 8, at 7:45 p.m. Pres¬ ent at the meeting were Mr. Bein, Mr. Jirik, Mr. Stading. Mr. Brand¬ wein, Mr. Michelson, and Miss Mackeben. Absent was Mr. Bastian. A motion was made by Mr. Brand¬ wein. seconded by Mr. Bein, to approve the minutes of February 8 and 22. The motion was carried 6 yea's na nays. At this time Mr. Bastian came. A motion was made by Mr. Bas¬ tian, seconded by Mr. Stading, to pay the regular monthly bills. The motion carried, 7 yea's, no nays. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mr. Michelsen, to trans¬ fer the sum of $148.13 from the SCHOOL BOARD Continued on Pa«e 2 Huntley Freshmen Took 4th Place in Tourncmnent Huntley freshmen took 4th place at the Hiawatha Freshman Tourna¬ ment on Tuesday night. The Cham¬ pionship was won by Genoa Kings¬ ton. Huntley advanced to the semi¬ finals by defeating Shabbana 61-49. Monday night Hiawatha beat Hunt¬ ley 67-4.7. The score for consolation bracket was Marengo 66, Huntley 54. Coach Delaney's team includes Bill Isenhart, Mike Schweiger, Don Scheisher, Terry Ball, Mike Stading, Ron Master, Ed Brandwein, Jim Hennig, Randy Boley, and Steve Schachtner. Mgrs. Mark Yurs, Paul Mattingly and Curt Mitchell. Pastor Mueller At Trinity Re-Mark Your Calendar! Music Boosters of the Huntley Schools regret that there has had to be a change of date for the Grade School Concert. Instead of being JicfawfKfSfilf-rttirw *rtS!*n» ally planned, it will now be held Friday evening, April 16th. This change Is due to a conflict in activi¬ ties planned for the gymnasium; and we certainly hope that it will not cause any inconvenience tos anyone. All the grade school chil- c'ren will be hoping to see you at their coming performance Friday April 16th. The Leprechauns Are Coming The Huntley American Legion Post 673 will serve a corned beef and cabbage dinner at the Post Home on Wednesday, March 17, 1971. Service will be from 5 to 8 P.M. Do you believe in Leprechauns, the "little people" of Ireland? Do Continiied on page two CORNBEEF & CABBAGE Celebrate 2nd of Six Ceptonnial Services at lAftheran Qhmreh To celebrate the second of tU Centennial Services at the Lutheuin Chtirch last Sundaz. .March .4, Pas-, tor L. c. MS^WrSmms'^ m- pit for the day. In addftioo to betaf a Sentennial Celebration, last Sun¬ day was Youth Sunday at tha church. Pastor Mueller's sermon waa taken from tiie Old Testament and dealt with the Biblcial story of Davkl and Goliath. Pastor Mu^o* told of how David killed Goliath with merely a slhigdiot and tooie small stones. He also talked of problems of today's youth, compar¬ ing them to the Bible text. FoUowing the church aervice, a potluck dinner was served in the church basement. Ttiere waa a col¬ lection of pictures in tfae Martliex which represented the activltiet of the past 100 yean. The next CeoteB- nial Service will lie held on May 2, with the Pastor Arthur Sdiroeder giving the sermon. E Wiliianis - 111 Years Without Acddot Pictured above is Richard Michel¬ sen handing a 10-year safety award to Edward Williams. This award, giv¬ en by the National Safety Council and Post Office Department, rep¬ resenta ten yean of aafe driviac with no accident record.
|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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