The Huntley Farmside
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9k HUNTLEY '^<^^ VOLLME 17 — NUMBER 8 THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1976 — PHONE - M9-S621 — ff Ne Amww 4«M»M or 459U5( FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 11 PAGES MEMORUU. DAY THI PEOPLE OF HUNTLET ilNCF IHS 15t TER OOfT Buy A Poppy Pictured above are Mr. Wm. "Pat" Williams selling Poppies in front of the Huntley Post Office lasTFriday, May Utk. The World War I veteran took. »,!%, place in frontof the Post OfOce eariy in the morniug so to not miss anyone. During World War One^ Mr. WUlUm.s was in thi^ Navy A Manning Receives Award Residents o^ llunUcy and Su.Tfiunding area are cordially invii'crt to n'tond and partici¬ pate in Memorial J>ay services on Monday, May 31st, sponsor¬ ed by Huntl'?y American Legion Post 673, Commander Bob Schachtner announced today. The traditional commemora¬ tive rites are scheduled to be¬ gin at 11:0<) A.M. at the Hunt¬ ley cemetery. The program is as follows: Invocation - Father L. Dud- dey Day. St. Mary's Catho¬ lic Church. Huntley; God Bless America - Mary Earner; i^iDCaker - Bruce Wadeli, "State Kieprescntative frcpn the 37.nd District. Ditet - William Leggoe and Julia Peterson: National Anther - Junior and High School Band under the direction of Mr. Henrv >Iiintley anfl Union Ameri¬ can T^cgion Firing Squad; Tan.*! Hci ¦ -'Wtion - FalluT D.tj In ui'trini; the widest possible part:ripation by Huntley Rcsi- donts in Memorial Day Services Commander Schachtner refer¬ red to the foUowini; excerpt from General Logan's Original nnlcr: "lot no avarice or neglect, Nn ravrces of time to testify to oi-o^cnt or rnming goncration.s thaf v^e ha\-c forcoHon a.s a p,^/v.,io the cost of a free and undivided rotpuHic." C'-mmandor Schachtner ro- minflcd that the observance ot MomiMial Diiv in Hiintlcv should i, ..^.^,^ the fllsplay of the Unit ed States Flat- hy evei-\- home • • ' hiisine.ss firm. Mrmorial services will be lieM at »he Harmonv Cemeterv on Monday, May r?lst at 1:(MI P.M TJnion I>egion Post 482 and Huntlev legion Post 673 n"^ in eharrie of the services The piiest .<?peaker will be Bnico Wadeli. State Representative from the 32nd Di.strict. BTEST WISHES CLASS OF 1976 CONTINUED SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ,.. 1 his boirg a continuation of the meeting of May 10, 1976, now being held i.i the High School building of the Huntey Con iolidated' School District No. 158, on May 17, 1976 at 7:45 p.m. Upon roll call the following answered present Mr. Zdler, Mr. Brettschneider, Mr. Rulh, .Mr Zirk, Mrs. livingston, an9 Mrs. Simpson. Mr. Stading ab¬ sent. A motion by Mr. Brettschnei¬ der and 2nd by Mr. Zirk to have an executive session to inter¬ view coaching candidates. Mo¬ tion carried. 6 yeas 0 nays. Mrx.'llcr, Mr. Brettschneider, Mr. Ruth, Mr. Zirk, Mrs. Liv¬ ingston, and Mrs. Simpson. The boartl came out of exe cutiVL' 'session al 10;03 p.m, A motion by Mr Ruth and 2nd by Mrs. Simpson t appoint Gary Keesling Fresh-Soph couch Motion carried 5 yeas 1 nay. The board went into execu¬ tive session at 10:05 for dis¬ cussion of teacher negotiations. The board came out of exe¬ cutive session at ll::7 p.m. A motion by Mrs. Simpson and 2nd by Mrs. Livingston to con¬ tinue this meeting on Monday, May 24, 1976 at 7:45 n.m. Mo¬ tion carried 6 yeas 0 n?,ys HUNTI FY I IONS CLUB .... INSTALATION The Huntley Lions Club, met May 22 at tho Casa Mia Restau¬ rant in Belvidere. 111. for their Installation of Officers: Those officers int-^talled by Past Dis¬ trict Governor Ervin Deuchler CoBtinaed on Pi«e Two Andrea Manning travelled to Spring.J'ield' on May 1 with her famiily to attend the liinois Secend Statewide Young Auth¬ or's Conference. Andrea's short story, "A Bad Experienc? ¦ O'ur First iBasebcdl Game" was the basis for her invitation to the conference in Spring held where 200 "you'Hig authors" frrm all over the state gathereJ. Tho full day's program included dramatic readings; small group meetings; a lecture by Mrs. Gerr.v Anderson Armstron.?, a n(?tel author of children's hoo'K-; and the presenta.tion of Certificates cf Achievement tjy a re.pre.'^enlative of the IHinois Office of Education. Andrea's maniiscrr;t was one of thirty retained ¦by the sponsors of the cnc'ference to be displayed in schcoi dijitricts thnxighout the state as examples of creative writing. Andrea is in the fifth grade of Huntley Grade School and the daughter off Mr. and M-s. Joseph Maivning J Ornberg Semi-Finalist Julie Orberg was chosen as one of 'en semi-fi»aHsts in the N.W. DiviiJiop for the Northern Illinois Gas Company's Epersv Conservation Poster Contest Most 5th grade studemts at Huntlev Schooi entered the cow- test. All final winners will be honored at an a'wrards banavet on May 27th at the Sheraton- Oflkibix5ok. Grand priz? winners will receive a ten speed Ucycle.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|