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    • page 05, Vol. 13, no. 34

    • Birthdays; Letters to the editor--Illinois--Evanston; Dance companies--Illinois--Chicago
    • A happy belated birthday to Californian Hazel G. Martin, plus thanks for some lettes; Fleetwood-Jourdain Family Fest '83 to feature "Ugamaa" parade, picnic; Alla-Laake, Mandingo Dance Company, offers an exotic new culture program; Cissokho--A CCC...
    • Candle Ceremony

    • Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts;
    • Back of photo: Members of Girl Scout Troop 170, Fort Sheridan, held a candle light ceremony in honor of Thinking Day, 22 Feb 70, birthday of their founders, Lord and Lady Baden - Powell. Scouts are (from left) Kathy Kob, Beth Reaser, Linda Nunn,...
    • Universal Casualty Co. v. Lopez

    • Business and industry: Insurance: Automobile insurance; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Appellate courts
    • FIRST DIVISION September 17, 2007 Nos. 1-05-3376 and 1-05-3377, Consolidated UNIVERSAL CASUALTY COMPANY, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. ALEJANDRO LOPEZ; ELSA ALARCON; SUSAN GOODMAN; RANDY L. FINFER; BARBARA R. WEISS; MINDA H. SMITH; and ALLSTATE INSURANCE...
    • Siwek v. White

    • Business and industry: Insurance: Automobile insurance; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Appellate courts; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Civil courts: Liability; State government: Elected state officials: Illinois Secretary of...
    • Fifth Division February 27, 2009 No. 1-07-2600 Christine Siwek and Jerrold D. Erickson, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. Jesse White, Secretary of State of Illinois, Mary Beth Wheeler, Hearings Officer, Department of Administrative Hearings, and Illinois...
    • Business and Industry: G - O

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff
    • Business and Industry: P - Z

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff included.
    • Bel Boy Beer Advertisement, 1937

    • Businesses
    • At the end of prohibition, the Huntley Brewing Company began operating out of the building that once housed the Cornell Brothers and Jelke's milk processing plants on South Church Street. The plant produced Bel Boy, Copperhead and Indian Maid...
    • Borden's Two, circa 1910

    • Businesses
    • The Borden's Milk processing plant along Vine Street (today Route 47). The business opened in Huntley in 1906 or 1907, produced condensed milk. The convenience of the nearby railroad made shipping the milk into Chicago very efficient. When...
    • Deans on Mill Street, Circa 1950

    • Businesses
    • Dean's Milk Company factory, built in Huntley in 1946, was the first new milk processing plant in town since the 1920's. Situated along Mill Street, the plant produced milk in cartons and jugs for consumer use. At the time it was built, to...
    • Heuer Brothers Restaurant, 1925

    • Businesses
    • Heuer Brothers Restaurant was located in the Pabst Building (built 916) at the southwest corner of Main and Church Streets across form the town square park. The restaurant was first owned by Amos Brothers and known as The Sweet Spot. Heuer...
    • Marlowe Feed and Hatchery, 1945 - 2011

    • Businesses; Farms
    • Henry Marlowe purchased the former Sawyer-Kelley Mill on Route 47 in 1945 for his growing feed and hatchery business. The mill dated to the late 1800s and was an historic landmark in the village until it was razed in 2011. Henry Marlowe came to...
    • Keating Barns

    • Businesses; Farms
    • Edward E. Keating’s stock barn shows the cattle being housed until sold. The farm was near the railroad tracks and served as a shipping and receiving area for the cattle. The barn burned to the ground in the mid 1930's.
    • Borden's Milk Plant Circa 1906

    • Businesses; Huntley
    • Built circa 1906 on Vine Street (now Illinois Route 47), Huntley. The local factory was a success due to the surplus of milk available from area farmers. When Bordens ceased production at the Huntley location, the Victor Mey milk plant moved into...
    • Edward E. Keating Barns (1871 - 1936?)

    • Businesses; Huntley; Farms
    • One of several farms owned by Edward E. Keating (1871-1936?), the son of Patrick (1843-1934) and Margaret (Harmon). Patrick first settled a Rutland Township farm in 1868. The couple raised 10 children on the farm. Patrick’s father, Edward (born...
    • Daniel Donahue Farm 1896

    • Businesses; Huntley; Farms
    • Family and farmhands work the Daniel Donahue Senior farmstead at Kreutzer Road and what is today Illinois Route 47. The photo dates to 1896. The farmstead was purchased in 1850 and held by the family until it was sold on March 2, 1944. Today it is...
    • Museums

    • Museums--Illinois--Saint Charles; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History;
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles on area museums including those at the Heritage Center, Garfield Farm and the Christmas Tree Story museum. Please also see entries for the DuPage Airport and the Dunham-Hunt Museum. Compiled by St. Charles Public...
    • German Lutheran Church Built 1874 A

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Many people had come from Germany to Huntley in the village's earliest years. Many of these immigrants did not speak English. This German congregation was organized in Huntley in 1871. In 1874 the group constructed a small frame building. Four...
    • German Lutheran Church Built 1874 C

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Many people had come from Germany to Huntley in the village's earliest years. Many of these immigrants did not speak English. This German congregation was organized in Huntley in 1871. In 1874 the group constructed a small frame building. Four...

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