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hz iiuntletr WutmBxhz USPS 580-360 VOLUME 19-NUMBER 49 THURSDAY, MARCH 20,1980 Pfaone 669-5621 12 PAGES AMERICANISM ESSAY WINNERS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNILEY SINCE 1960 ' •"*T?craRCOPY ^^mm LION'S CLUB BRINGS A BIT OF IRELAND TO HUNTLEY The American Legion Auxiliary, Huntley Unit 673, presented winners of the essay contest their awards at the March meetiing of the unh. This contest is an annual event open to students in the seventh through twelfth grades. This contest not only enables the students to try for sizable scholarships but gives them the opportunity to express their patriotism for their country. Unfortunately there were no entries in grades seven and eight for Gass I competition. Winners in Class II, Grades nine and ten were presented by Mrs. Robert Schultz, Americanism Chahman and Mrs. Robert Eckman, President of the Huntley Unit. First place winner wss Julie Omberg. Second place was awarded to Steve Reynolds and third place to Carol Emesti. Gass III was for students iin the eleventh and twelfth grades, there being only one entry the automatic winner was Jan Smith. Huntley Unit 673 of the American Legion Auxiliary congratulates these fiine students who entered and ask that all students consider the contest for next year. TUPPEWARE PARTY FOR DIEDRICKS The Woman's Circle of the First Congregational Church of Huntley is sponsoring an "open house type" Tupperware party on Thursday, March 27. The proceeds from this party will go to Deb Diedrick in order for her to replace Tupperware lost iin the fire at her house on March 9. Everyone iin the communiity is invited to come and order Tupperware from 2:00-4:00 or firom 6:00-8:00 in the Church Fellowship Hall. There wiill be a special gift for the person bringing in the most outside orders. Please contact Lonni Oldham 669-5204 or Sue Frihart 669-3235 for more information. PANCAKE BREAKFAST The Hiigh School Choraliier Handbell Choir of the 1st Congregational Church will be sponsoring a pancake breakfast and bake sale on Saturday, March 29 from 7 am - 12:30 pm in the church social hall. The cost will be S2.50 for adults and Sl .50 for children. The proceeds will go towards a trip to the handbell festival in Normal. UU. for the choir. SCHOOLLUNCH ly^ENU Monday, March 24 Ravioli with meat sauce, bread & butter, buttered green beans. Rice Krispy Squares, milk Tuesday, March 25 Bar-B-Que beef on a bun, french fries, buttered peas, sliiced fruh, and milk Wednesday. March 26 Breaded chiicken steaks wihh gravy, whipped potatoes, but¬ tered mixed vegetables, apple sauce cake, milk Thursday, March 27 Pizza siiice, potato chips, buttered com, sliced fruit, milk Friday, March 28 Oven friied fish with potatoes, cole slaw, bread & Butter, pineapple sauce and miilk SPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD MEEHNQ There will be a special School Board Meetiag on Monday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the High School Library. The topic ofthe meeting will be the tenure of Gary Glowacz. There will be a time for visitors to speak. A large crowd attended the Huntley Lion's Club Annual Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner at the Legion Home. A delicious St. Pat's dinner was served to Irishmen ofall nationalities, even to Barney Fife who had to be different and wear a large Mexican sombrero. Following the meal, a dance was held until the wee hours of the moraing. REV. KITTEL ISAENTAL HEALTH CHAIRMAN Rev. Charles Kittel of Hunt¬ ley was named Mental Health Chairperson for the May, 1980 BeUringer Campaign, announc¬ ed Maralyn Zeman, President of the Mental Health Association in niinois. The Bellriinger Driive will be carriied on in areas where the Associiation is not a Unhed Way participant. As Chairperson, Rev. Kittel, will recruit volunteers to go house to house iin Huntley during May. Anyone interested iin becoming a Bellringer volun¬ teer may contact Rev. Kittel at 669-5735. The Mental Health Associa¬ tion in Illinois is striictly a volunteer Association with members deicated to informng the publiic about mental illness and mental health while work- ng on behalf of the mentally ill and their famiilies. In the past, MHAI has been instrumental in the passage of bills to iincrease funds available for mental health care and has sponsored a number of biills iimproving care and aftercare. MHAI has also worked exten¬ sively to broaden the powers of 708 Boards. As citizen advocates, the Associatiion works to see that government funds are spent effectiively. Members would like to see a greater emphasis iin state mental health dollare go to community mental health serviices. fa MHAI beli< education is a key factor iin dealiing with mental health issues. HR. HIQH & HIGH SCHOOLCONCERT MARCH 20th A "Root Beer and Pretzel" Concert will be held Thursday, March 20th at 7:30 p.m. m the Grade School Gym. Featured on the program will be the High School and Junior High bands and Choruses. Selections will range from "Theme from Superman" to Godspell to Music Man. The grand finale will be "Patriotic Fantasy" performed by the combined bands and chorases. Admission will be 25c per person or Sl.OO per family to defray the cost of refreshments. For those who wish that Spring would come, Charles Spangard reported seeing the first Robin of Spring on Wed¬ nesday.
|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|