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he BUttittUtr ^atmslhz 9 ^^ tTTCPC^Sm.-l^^A GRAFTON TOWN?HI?S OFFICIAL NEWS VOLUME 21-NUMBER 6 THURSDAY, MAY 14,1981 16 PAGES CE1%0 USPS580-36d PROM KING&QUEEN CANDIDATES l»#i'LE OF HUNTIEY SINCE I960 ¥, TVPSICOW Pictured above are Prom King and Queen Candidates for 1981. The King and Queen will be announced at the Prom this Friday, May 15th. They are: Back row, left to right, Joe Gow, Dave Livingston, Adam Brunschon, Steve Doyle and Dave Schachtner. Frt>nt row, left to right, Darcy Roesslein, Ann Landers, Donn McMahoa. LaVonoe Matheis, and Jan Smitfa. UONS & UONESS CLUB INSTAUATION Last Saturday, May 9th, a large crowd of Lions and Lionesses attended the installation of the new club ofTicers at the Legion Home. A dinner of ham and chicken was served. The new Lions ofTicers are: Back Row, left to right, Dick Seiler, 1st Vice President; Norm Brettschneider, outgoing President; Don Tessmer, Director; Elmer Britton, Director; Dennis Rudsinski, Director, Loren Robinson, Tailtwister. Front row, left to right, Warren Hansen, Tailtwister; Joe Schaller, 3rd Vice President; Dick Kohley, Lions President; Installing ofTicer Lt. Gov. Shute; Herb Thurow, 2nd Vice President and Chuck Dammyer, Tailtwister. VILLAGE BOARD MEETING MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES The first meeting of the 1981-1982 flscal year was held on May 7. 1981 at 8:00 P.M. in the Board room of the Village Hall and brought to order by President Enstrom. Roll noted the following present: President Enatrom, Trustees Stroupe, Wicke. Rud¬ sinski, Dhamer, Lamb and Mercer, as well as Village Engineer Schwegel, Attomey Szura and Members of the Public Works Department. The minutes from the follow¬ ing meetings were brought before the Board for approval: April 2, 1981 Special Meeting for Federal Revenue Sharing Funds; April 2nd Regular Meeting; April 10th Special Meeting for the Canvas of the election; and the April 30th Annual Meeting. There being no additioiu nor cortectkms, all Continued on Page 13 Continued on Page 9 CABLE TV COMES TO HUNTLEY United Cable Television of Northern Iiiinois (UCTV) will begin cablecasting its local programming on Wednesday, May 6th and Sunday, May 10th at 3:30 P.M. Programming can be seen on UCTV's Channel 21 and consists of tomado safety programming, the 1980 Found¬ ers Day Parade and the Carpentersville Jaycee Easter Egg Hunt. Televiaion studio facilitiea Continued on Page 10 SUE SCHALLER RECEIVES MISS HUNTLEY PAGE Pictured above is Bill Galanis, owtier of the VUlage Iiui (left) and Heather O'Brien (right) presenting Sue SchaUer with her Miss Huntley Page and $100 donated by Huntley Merchants. Mr. Galanis is Sue> boss. Due to an error, tb^YiOMgfi ion was excluded from he>pag».,..s^.-,»ysiaa.-'~.".,^ ' ¦ ' » ¦.-..••-"¦¦' MEMORIAL DAY 1981 The Huntley American Legion Post #673 will conduct Memorial Day services in honor ofthe nations war dead at II 'a.m. on Monday, May 2Sth at the Huntley Cemetary, Commander Dennis Rudsinski of Huntley Post #673 announced today. Chairman of this year's Memorial Day observance is Robert Schultz, who outlined some of the details of the Post's Memorial Day ceremonies. Schultz explained that this year's observance will include the following: Parade fram the Huntley American Legloa Home to the Cemetary starting at 10i30 A.M. Services at the Cemetary lavocatioai Rev. Father L, Ambre, St. Maiy'a Catholic Charch, Huntiey. Ptace of Memorial Wreath at baa* of FUg Pole: Boy Scouta. Solo: Mr. WUUam Leggee. "America, Ihe Beaottful" In Flandera Fleldi Joe Korotaax American Salntet Himday High Sdiool Band nnder the directioo at Mr. Gary Glowacz. Speaker! Jodga Suaan Hntrhinaon. Intiodnctlonai Firing Sqondi Huntley and Unloa AmailGaa Lagloa Poata. National Andieflit Hantlay High Scbopi BMid ondac tha dinctlaa of Mr. Gaiy Glowacs. Tapai BenedictkMii Rev. Father L. Ambn, St. M«nr'a CaHiaHr Ckwch Hantley. MAY BABIES DANCE MAYIGth It's time to get ready for that, spectaculor, rollicking, good time May Babies Dance which will be held on May 16th this year at the Huntley American Legion Home. Be sure to mark your calendars because you won't want to miss aU the fiin. SPRING SALAD LUNCHEON MAY 21 The Huntley Congregational Church wiU hold a Spring Salad Luncheon on Thursday, May 21 with serving from 11 A.M. to ' 1.30 P.M. Tk^eu are S2.50 and advance reservations by May 19th would be appreciated. For tickeU please caU 312-669-5711 Continued on Pa^ 2 Continued on Page 11' SCteJCEFAIR THIS SATURDAY 2000° degree Solar Furnaces. A Hovercraft Carrying people on a cushion of air...S<dar Com Dryers...Sun Powered Radio Set... A working telegraph System...A machine which makes cooking gaa from farm wastes...windmiU making elec¬ tricity... Sun Heated oven...Sol¬ ar race cars. These and many more WORKING projecu, aU buUt by students, wiU be on disiriay. The 2nd Annual Huntley Junior High School Science Fair wiU be held on SATURDAY, MAY 16 from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. EVEttYONE IS INVITED and ADMISSION IS FREE. San- cooked refreshments will be sold, weather permitting. DON'T MISS FT.
|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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|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|