The Huntley Farmside
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he Huntlev JFarmstde . GRAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER - SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 VOLUIVIE 21-NUMBER 31 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1981 ' Frank Parisek P.O. Box 192 Huntley, III. 60142 JO I'AGES SEKVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 19M PENGUINS SNOWBALL A SUCCESS F-S PLAY A GOOD GAME The Penguiit Saowmc^e Club held uieir aimual "Snowball"! Dance to music by Biiifton Bridge Band laat Saturday, November 71 at the Huntley Americaa ke^m Home. As in yeara i>aat the dance I wks a huge sucoeaa. ^ach yejir the $nowmoi»ile CliM> under the direction of Julie Olson decorate the Legion Hali for the upcoming Christmas season. Tbe decorations which resemble snow with minature colored lights will serve for many parties through New Years. In addition to the dance, the club also has a Booze Give Away. The winners of the give away were not available as the Farmside goes to press. Other prizes included a steak dinner for two donated by Harmony Inn, two fish dinners and booze donated by Oonna & Starr's Huntley Inn, and booze donated by the Pastime Inn of GUberts. The Penguins wish to thanlc these businesses fbr their generosity. JR. HIQH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL m GKADE HONOK KOLL PRINCIPAL'S LIST 4.0 Ann Matz, Laura Ryan, Stacie Akerberg HONORS 3.5-3.9 Bill Darling, Topi Viitala, Larry Baael, Marci Brandwein, Kris Hopkins, Beth Martin, Julie Hoffinan, Anu Kumar, Mandi Barton, Cindy Doden, Cheryl Marsh. Sherri Maxwell, Becky Pierce, LeaUe Smith, Nicole Zemanek, Todd Ream HONORABLE MENTION 3.0-3.4 Scott Kunde, Wayne Lets- berg, Brian Roberts, Jerry Rob¬ erts, Mike Grismer, Ken El¬ wood, David Fitzgerald, Paul Simpson, Tammy Leffelman, Missy Reeves, Amy Smith 7th GRADE HONOK ROLL PRINCIPAL'S UST 4.0 Marci Maxwell, Jodi Peter¬ son, Eileen Manning, Cassie Evans, Ron Terry, Monica Fettes HONORS 3.5 - 3.9 Amy Pease, Larry Rugg, Wendy Smith, Judy Wiesneth, Pat Roberts, Cheryl Boettcher, Kelly Bachi, Bemadette Darling HONORABLE MENTION 3.0-3.4 Gavin Hasselgren, Marie Brackman. Julie Bunt, Kris Continued on Page 11 Mansfield, Cris Manley, Jon Domagalski, Jeff Ferguson, Shelly Muehler, Dan Zemanek, Dacien McGee, Tanya Pupich, Ken Basel, Tami Sherman, Brian Eisenmenger, Vicki Lef¬ felman. JR. HIGH PLAY NOV. 18 & 19 The Huntley Junior High Drama Club and Chorus will present a musical entitled, •How the West Was Really Won" on November 18 & 19, 1981 at 7:30 p.m. hi the high school multipurpose room. "How the West Was Really Won" tells the real story of the settlers and how they formed our states, govemment and way of life. All seau wiU be Sl.OO and tickets may be purchased in advance from cast members beginning November 9 (tickets will also be available at the door). "U'all come out an' enjoy a fiin-filled even' of entertainment I" FEATHER PARTY THiS SATURDAY This Saturday, November 14, the American Legion will be holding their annual Feather Party at 8 p.m. There will be a variety of items to choose from. Lunch will be served. Proceeds go to help the Little League program in Huntley. On Thursday, November S, 1981, the regular meeting of the Village Board of Traateaa waa held In tha Boaid Room of thc Va&ige Rail aiid caBed to order at 8:00 P.M. by Pkcaldeat Enstron. Present were: Preaident Enstiom, Truatees Dhamer, Wicke, Berlin, Mercer, Brown and Rudsinaki. Alao attending were Attoraey Szura, Village Engineer Schwegel, Village Auditor North and members of the Public Works, as well aa Police Chief Ptak. The minutes of the October 1, 1981 meeting were brought before the Board and there being no additions nor correct¬ ions they stood approved aa preaented. Tbe Treasurer's Report waa approved by a motion by Truatee Mercer, secmided by Trustee Brown. Upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motioncarried. Bakley Construction Corpora¬ tion's invoice #10572 dated October 6th, 1981 in tbe amount of SS20.00 waa submitted to the Board to supersede tlieir Invoice #10188 dated February 2. 1981, said invoice was in additioa to the original contract for extra woric in digging fioat incurred because they were delayed in starting construction, aa the sewer that they had to connect to, which was constructed by others, waa not completed until freezing temperatures had set in. After due conaideratkm, a motion was made by Truatee Mercer, seconded by Trustee Rudainski, and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye, the motion carried, and the Cleik was instructed to pay Invoice #10572. At the same time an invoice from Heinemann Hardware waa brought up for approval. Ha amount bchig S22.12. A motitui waa made by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Truatee Brown, to approve ita payment and roll Continued on Page 10 score agam. Mesick went to the 40. Central took over. Manning tackled 15 at the 34. DeDina stopped 35 at the 25. Central was moved to the 36 on a penalty. Susong, la a >-auper play, recovered a fBmMe at iIk 37. Jacobs caught a paas at ttae 27. Connor moved to the 17. In the 2nd Quarter, the Redskins lost 5 yds. on a penalty. Mesick went to the 17. Manning got the 1st down. Mercer went to the 11. The Redskins lost 5 yds. on a penalty Mprcer moved to the 13. Central took over. Ellsworth held 62 to the 17. DeDina stopped 35 at the 16. Jacobs BOYSCOUT PAPER DRIVE The Huntley Boy Scouta wUl be holding a PAPER DRIVE on November 21 starting at 8:00 a.m. Trailers will be parked behind the Legion. Drivera are needed to help with the paper drive. Anyone wbo wished to help should call Shane Jordi at 669-5643 or Bruce Ferguaon at 669-5653 by November 16th. SENIOR CITIZEN CHRISTMAS PARTY The Senior Citizen Commim¬ ity Christmas party will be held on Thursday, December 17th at the American Legion Home. The Hunttey Lioness Club will sponsor the party this year and the Legion Auxiliary will serve the dinner. Reservations must be in no later than December 10th. There will be no special cards sent out this year. All Senior Citizens in the entire Huntley area are invited to attend and participate. Dinner will be served at noon followed by entertaininent for all. For dinner reservations please call 669-3175; 669-3102 or 669-5657 by December 10th. Tranaporta¬ tion will be arranged for those who need it. downed the quarterback at the 29. Keama held 15. Doyle and Mercer tackled 35 at the 38. 48 was held at tfae 44 by the line. Jacobs Ucklcd 35 at thc 47. DeDina held 35 at the Huntley 48. Doyle and DeDina downed 48 at the Huntley 44. DeDina pushed 35 back to the 47. Manning, in a super play, intercepted a paas at the 15. Mesick went to the 13. Manning moved to the 14 and then to the 27. M«inhig w«nit to the 20. Doyle gained 21 yda. Connor went to the Central 38 on a paas. Connor moved to the 24 but the half ended. Connor kicked off. 44 took the ball to the 36 where Susong stopped him. Mercer held 48 at the 39. Wulf and Ellsworth downed 48 at the 44. Mesick and Connor tackled 35 at the C 43. Continued on Page 8 ATHLETIC BANQUET CHANGED TO DEC.1 The Fan Athletic Banquet haa been reacfaedoled for December 1,1981. ST. MARY'S CRAFT BAZAAR Earn eztra Chriatmaa OMiaey. diaplay and sell your crafta ai the Huatiey St. Mary'a Chnrch Craft Baaaar <m November 14, 1981. The Craft ahow, bite aale and give away will be held from 10 am to 4 pm. Booth space is available at SIO.OO for a regular booth aad SS.OO fcr a half booth (card table slie). All tablea and chairs will be faraiahed. To reserve a space, phone 669-5747, 669-5840 or 669-5180. BiENERTDANCE FOR RITA BALL On November 29th a BoMfit Dance will be hdd at tiie American Lcgiott at 5 pm fbr Rha (Ball) Scott. Bka ia suffering for GuUlala Barre syndrome which effects the nervous aystem aad apioie. Whe haa be«i in Intenaive Care fad siz weeka. Thla is a loag taraa disease aad reqnirea physical ther^y and speech tfaempy after the patieat haa^reoovwvd. Proceeda will go toimda hoping her CunBy pqr tb€ ezteaahre boapitai MUa.
|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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