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^e HUNTLEY ^««* VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 9 THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1971 — PHONB — Mfu5«21 . It Ne Answer 459-MM Hmne Phone 459-«995 FPANK PARrSEK PO 192 1!UNTLEV, ILL 10 PAGES SUMS YOU ARE RIRHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 cents per copy Outstanding Home Economics Stduent Patsy Jo Piske, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Piske of 226 E. Main St. in untley, was awarded the Crisco Trophy for her work in Home Economics at untley High School's annual Awards Day, May 28th. The Gold Trophy was presented to Miss Piske, a senior at Huntley High School, by the Home Econcwn- ics teacher, Mrs. Rot)ert Mowers. In presenting the Crisco Trophy, Mrs. Mowers congratulated Patsy Jo on the excellence she has shown in her work and said she "felt cer¬ tain her achievements in home eco- nmoics should be of life long bene¬ fit to Patsy Jo and her family." Patsy Jo has completed three Home Ec. classes this year, Child care and Development, Family Liv¬ ing a.s well as a Food Service class. Patsy Jo plans to attend Elgin Communiiy College next fall. 1971 Huntley City League Schedule JUNE TEAM* TEAM 7th 1 & 4 2 & 3 10th 3 & 1 4 & 5 Uth 5 & 3 1 & 2 17th 2 & 5 3 & 4 21st 4 & 2 5 & 1 24th 1 & 4 2 & 3 28th 3 & 1 4 & 5 These games played on the south diamond. Last team listed is home team. Tournament July 15th, 19th, 22nd & 26th. Tournament will be a five team draw with one team drawing a bye. Numbers 1 & 2 will play on 7-15-71 and number 3 & 4 will play on 7-19-71. The two winners will flip a coin to see who will play the team that drew a bye. This game will be played on 7-22-71. Next the winner of this game and the team that won the flip will play on 7-26-71 for the championship. The toss of a coin will also determine the home team at all tournament games. Team 1—Giants Team 2—Cubs Team 3—Athletics Team 4—Dodgers Team 5—Pirates Notice Summer classes for the Cooper¬ ative Education Summer Program will begin on Mon., June 7, 1971, at 6:30 p.m., in the grade scbooi build¬ ing. Classes held during the re¬ mainder of the week will be hi the moming at 7:00 A.M. High School Student Award Program 1. National Honor Sooiety Pins and Certificate Awards — LeRoy Marks: JUNIORS: PhiUp Lindsey. Pam Isenhart, Glen Borhart, Rob¬ ert Zirk, Michellee Lane, George Ewert, John Adams, Peggy Hab¬ bley, Dennis Diedrick, William Rulh, Ann Midielsen, Mary Schie- ser, Debra Schooley. SENIORS: Beverly Albrecht, Gary Dowmen, Pam Jirik, Leonard Borhart, Pat¬ rick Donahue. 2. Womens Auxiliary Award — Girls State — Mae Chesak; Peggy Habbley — Debra Schooley — Al¬ ternate. 3. Honorary Science Medal — Bausch & Lomb Certificate—Rob¬ ert Peterson, Beverly Albrecht. 4. Yearbook Pins — Stephen Polep; Beverly Albrecht — Sue Hayes. 6. Home Economics F.H.A. — Barbara Mowers; Crisco Award — Patsy Piske. 6. Perfect Attendance — Dale Heine, Vance Swanson, Donald Nerby, Larry Delaney, Kenneth Kamphausen, Bonnie Kerby, Bar¬ bara Sorenson. 7. Student Council Pins — Glen Delaney; SENIORS: John Hut- sire, Gloria Koch, Secretary, Pat Donahue, Teresa Wiesneth, Trea¬ surer. JUNIORS: DeUa Graske^- Glen Borhart, Vice President, Syl¬ via Fruin, David Hughes. SOPH- OMORE^S: Dennis Pfaff, President; Linda Thorstensen, Becky Hutsler, Mark Zorica. Scott Harm. FRESH¬ MEN: Lori Goehl, Kathy Swanson, Steve Schachtner, John Spiniolas. 8. Class Officers Awards — Glen Delaney; President, Dennis Pfaff, Vice-President, Glen Borhart, -Sec¬ retary, Gloria Koch, Treasurer, Teresa Wiesneth. 9. Student Secretarial Pins — Nancy Rohlwing, Sylvia Fruin; Sue Hayes, Diane Wicker, Janet Sprad¬ lin, Michelle Lane. 10. New Student Council Presi¬ dent was a.nnounced — Phil Lind¬ sey, New President. U. D.A.R. Award — Beverly Al¬ brecht. 12. S.A.R. Award — Gary Downen. 13. Baseball Awards—Ed Ream; Seniors: Gary Downen, Juniors: PWl Lindsey, Darwin Campbell, Mike Zorica, George Ewert, Tom Kaisow, Gary Schultz; Sophomores — Larry Delaney, Scott Harm, Mark Zorica, Greg Lindsey. 14. Track Awartis — Jack Mc¬ Donald; Senior, David Schmieten¬ dorf; Juniors: Mark Ostrander, Glen Borhart, Phil Lindsey, Steve Nevel; Sophomore: Larry Delaney. 15. Special Award — Most help¬ ful and outstanding Senior in every area — Teresa Wiesneth. 16. Honors English — Wm. Mil¬ ler; Pat Donahue, Diane Ungs, Pam Jirik, Gary Downen. The following students received invitations to be Honors English students for next year: Karen Bor¬ hart, Debbie Davis, Laurel Izard, Greg Lindsey, Cindy McCollum, Regina Manning, Wendy Miller. The Award for the Outstanding English Student for 4 years went to: Beverly Albredit. 17. Outsttanding Co-Op Students forl970-71 — Roger Simpson; Steven Ebert, Delia Graske. New President for Co-Op 1971-72 — DeUa Graske. Memorial Day 1971 1971 Twi-Lite Little League JUNE 1— Huntley ut HampKhire JUNE 4— Burlington at Huntley JUNE 8— Kaneville at Huntley JUNE 11— Huntley at W;\sco JUNE 15— Hunllcy at Maple Park JUNE 18— Huntley at Sugar Grovc JUNE 22— Elburn at Huntley JUNE 25— Huntley at Plato Center JUNE 29-- Huntley at Burlington JULY 13 Lily Lake at Huntley JULY 16— Wasco at Huntley JULY 20— Hampshire at Huntley JULY 23— Plato Center at Huntley JULY 25— All-star Game at Huntley (2:30) (North vs. South) VICA Luncheon About 17 employers faculty mem¬ bers and friends were guests of the Huntley High School Consolidated Education program at a noon lunch¬ eon at the Huntley American Le¬ gion on Thursday, June 3. Mr. Roger Simpson coordinator of the project was the master of ceremonies, e told of tho work of the VICA program, which just finish¬ ed its first year in the Huntley Seth ool system. Ho said that there had been ,some difficult times and that some of the young people had learned much from their jobs and .some had not learned as much de¬ pending upon the employer and, ot course the student employee. He said that statistics show that young people who fret out of High Sohool, on their first job arc fired from the first three jobs that they have. He stated that he hoped lhat this work experience had fitted the students witlh a better knowledge as to how to get along with an employer on a job and what their duty as an em¬ ployee consisted of. He has a chart which showed the relationship of the student to the school and the employer to the stu¬ dent, and the school and the school and the student to the employer. This chart was photographed by this newspaper and may appear in the next issue. Mr. Simpson then called upon Mr. LeRoy Marks, school superintendent VICA Continued oa Page two Vacation Bible School Monday The Trinity Lutheran Church, Huntley, will be having Vacation Bible School beginning Monday, June 6, and continuing until June 18, 9:00 - 113:0 a.m. This year's theme is "God's Children Pray." ExceUent studies and handcraft are in store for all who attend. Classes will be conducted for nursery age through those completing sixth grade. Ev¬ ery child is welcome. Be sure to see tfaat your children are present if It is possible.
|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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