The Huntley Farmside
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m^t UtttitlcQ 3^arm«^ie Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1986 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 17 ' . 312-6$9-S6^i SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEYJ5WCE1960^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 25C p®? CWJ ****j^**««ir«w« ••••••••************»»-»*^-«><«««* «** ***«*»<*>1Mt*******-A-********'#'<^ McHENRY COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN ¦ fiK •-IK';;?:??'^ iPu aii« »^ I The 2nd Annual Countfi^ and Western Ho-Down, sponsored b'j HcHennj Count'^ Repub- 1ifan MoMen, will be ')held at the Seven Acres Arttique Uillage Hall on Fridati, Aug. 3 th. A Ho-Down adjustMent hour will be held froM 6:00- 7:00 pM. and the Chuck- wagon cook-out wi11 start at 7:00 pM. The Menu will b*i N.V. Strip Steak, baked potato, salad, dessert, and beverages. Rain or shine - either outside or "in the barn". rtusic for dancing will be provided bi; the Nash RaMblers - Good MUSIC - Good food with « pi ent ;^ of fun for ail - Ever i#one welcoMe. Tickets are $1S. per person and are avail¬ able bv calling: 815- 38S- 65*34, 312--6S8~ 5659 or 312-66?- 5657 (early evenings). Please Make checks pta'jable to the McHenrv County Republican WoMen. They May be sent to Hs. Eve Cordrey, 250? N. Mi I la Lane, HcHenry, II. 600S0. Please order your tickets by July 31, 1J»86. Pictured are Phyllis Walters, Phyllis Koppel, and Kathy Sorrell with the Hash Rawbler Band. VOUTHS HONORED The Society of Di sti ngui shed AMerican High School Students announced today that 10 students froM the First Congregational Church of Huntle; liave been selected as MCMbers in its honor societ'i for 1986. The students' iponsor. Rev. Ron- .3i d Woodruff, was presented with The Society's National Apptrec 1 at ion Award for "assiduous de¬ votion to the de- velopMent and en¬ cour agcMent of student leaders." HeMbershiff in this national honorary is de¬ signed to be not only an honor but also an incentive for those exhi¬ biting top perfor- viance whi 1 e in high school. To be accepTpd, students Must have excelled in acadeMics, ex¬ tracurricular, or civic activities. Local students awarded this honor for 1986 include: David Bond, Rick FeMali, Kevin Fri¬ hart, AMy Meyer, Jodi Neal, Todd ReaM, Jill Seyl¬ ler, TaMi SherMan, Jackie Swanson and Gwen Ziller. As MeMbers, these students wi 11 have the op- port u n 11 y to CO M- pete for college scholarships through The Soci- et'./ ' 5 National Awards PrograM. This scholorship prograw, now in its seventeenth feekf f is funded by 140 colleges and universities across the nation. To preserve the honor, these mcm- bers' naMes and their accoMplish- Ments will be J 1sted 1n The Society's 1986 MeMbership 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Hr. A Mrs Harold Diedrick,forMer Huntley- Algonquin residents, celebrated their SOth Wedding Anniversary on Saturday night at the Huntley Awerican Legion. App>roxiMate 1 y 150 friends and relatives joined the happij couple on this very special occasion. "Pete" and Leila wish to express their gratitude and appreciation for the Many cards and lovely gifts and to all those who attended to wish thcM wel1. Pictured right- left to right Sadie Oglesby, Howard Ball, Leila Diedrick, Uiola Knack, and Edna Harding.
|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|