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he Buntletr ^atmsxht 9 1^ TTCOC CQA -ydiAr GbAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFnOAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360' \ADLUME 20-NUMBER 45 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1981 Plibae 669-5621 16FA0ES SERVING THE PEffPLE OF HUNTUEY SINCfe I960 • -"' iJIJJ 11 ¦¦ 1^1 H^WAH MARTIN THEENDOF^^iE ictnred above is a 1918 ptctwe of tiie ^rd luid 4th grade at i Haatiey school whicfa reportedly waf.Mias Martin's dasS at tba time. Sbe can be seen in the backgxtHiad. Pictured above is Miss Hannah Martin who died last Friday, February 6th after suffering a broken hip in a nursing horae the week befbre. Miss Martin taught 3 generations of Huntley diUdren. She was described in the 1951 Huntley Centennial book as followsz; "Miss Hannah Martin, Commercial teacher in the Huntley High Schooi, haa taught the youth of our community for forty years. Miss Martin, always generous with her advice and encouragement, has helped many a young person on his way to a promising career. >As one wbo has, without doubt, helped to improve the lives of young Hnntley-ites and future Americans, we honor her as one of "our great citizens." The above picture was taken from this book. In January 1980 interview with Miss Martin when she received the Presidential Bhthday Card Miss Martin sUted that she eqjoyed teaching the high schoolers. She said that her students used to compete in nearby towns and many times went downstate to Campaign for statewide competition. She added that she liked diildren but today she didn't always recognize them because of the beards and moustaches. She recalled that she lived near the cemetary and that she kept fit by walking to and from school. She said th|it that is why she was in such s^od physical condition at the time of the interview. She commented that many of her old friends sucfa as Marion Coaley were gone but that she was constantly making new ones. Sfae was an avid reader especially of newspapers and liked to do needlepoint. Sbe said that teaching ia the Huntley school system was like being a member of a Mg Camlly. Continued on Page 2 VULAQEBQARD NEWS MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VOLLAOE BOARD OFTRUSTEES The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntley was held on Tfaursday, February 5, 19B1 in the Boafd Room of the Village Hall and brought to order by the President at 8:00 p.m. Roll noted the following present: President Enstrom, Trustees Stroupe, Wicke, Rud¬ sinski, Dhamer, Mercer and Lamb. Also attending were Village Engineer Schwegel, Treasurer Margaret Swanson, William North. Auditor for the village and members of the Public Works Department. The minutes of the January Sth, 1981 meeting were the first order of business. After review, there being no additions nor corrections, they stood approv¬ ed as presented. The financial reports were then reviewed. Trustee Stroupe made a motion to commend the treaaurer for the exceUent work she ia doing and has done, and that the treasurer's report for January, 1981 be approved. Said motion seconded by Tmatee Lamb. Upon roll call, all trustees voted aye snd the motioncarried. At this poiat. the President asked the Elgin Daily Conrieij News reporter to report more accurately in the fiitore. Bills tor the current month were brought before the tnistees for their approval, and a motion waa made by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee DIuuner, to approve tfae pay- meat of tfaese iavoioeB aad upon roll eall, all tnutees voted aye aad die motion carried and the Clerk was iiutructed fo make Continued on Page 4 VARSITY BEATS HAMPSHIRE Last Saturday, tfae Redakia Varsity squad played Hamp¬ shire winaltig 68-59 to a packed Hnntley bleachers. Sapport for the Huntley teams has been excellent »t all tbe games. HOBO TICKETS ON SALE THIS SUNDAY The tickets for the annual Hobo Show A Dinner to be held on February 28th will go on sale at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, February 15 in tfae Sodal Hall of tfae 1st Congregatioiul Church. After thU time phone 669-5522 for reservations. this year's show will be a tour of Disneyland with the Hobos. The usual delicious beef stew dirmer will be served with both shows. Show time is 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Ti<±ets are $4.50 for aduhs and $2.50 tot children under 12. Don't miss an evening of fun sponsored by the Chancel Cfaoir of the 1st Congregational Churdi. SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA Ifee Schaal Bawd Biaotiac aet far tbia Tboraday, Febraary 12th waa rliMgwd la Fafacoaiy 19tb. Regular Meeting February 10.1961 7:30-10:30 p.m. l.CUitaOnlar 2. Pladteta tha nag 3.llbMtw Approve tfae minutes of the January 29 regular Board meeting 4. Spadal Bapart A. Insurance Consultant: Preliminary Planntag S.nMMMalapartafM A.AgeadaofBUls B. Reimbursement of Imprest BiHs 6.Sniii>iliiiint'al The iriaitiag Mmop was Save Schacfataer. Dale Erath, Jim Goehl. Dave Seaver and Soott Nepetman with some good plays by Dave Livingstoa and Tony Hopp. Continued on Page 7 A.Peraoiuiel Continued on Page 10 FEBRUARY 19lh On Thursday, February 19, the Huntley Muaic Department will present their second annual Pops Music Concert. The High School Band and Cbonu was well as tfae Junior High Banc and Chorus will perform music fbr easy listening. The concert will begin at 7:30. There will be a $ .SO per person or $1.50 per family admission - refreshments will be served. See you thete. SBIIORS HOUSING MOVING FORWARD The Senior Citizens of Huntley have new h<qies that there wOl be boushig buih in Huntley in tbe near fttture. The Village Board spproved tfae letter of cooperative agteement witfa tfae McHenry Coanty Housing Authority at the VUlage Board Meeting on Tfaursday. According to Nan^ Brisooe and aidiltect. Bruce Meltman. who attended tfae meeting ^d presented tfae preHmlnaty ptaas aad sketcbes, an optkia for the parcfaaae of approximately 2 acres of land from the Dfaamers on East Main has been signed and the appUcati6n for ftinttiag win be submitted to Farmers Home by March 1st. Since Seniors Housing is desperatdy needed ta tfab area and usually takes priority with the F.H.A.. it b hoped that tfae flnaaciag win be available ta tfae vety near fatore. It was also noted tfaat a solar heated system wfll be used and tfaat tfae heattag cost of the onits wiU be very minimal.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|