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^hz Buntlen Wuttasiini VOLUME 18-NUMBER 30 THURSDAY, DECEMBER/, 1978 , PHONE- 669-562Mf no «a«Weridl 459-1456 or 459-0998 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL PAGES SnVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLgygPICE 19M !5c PES COPY TRIP FOR TWO Again this year the Huntley Farmside Newspaper and the Huntley Merchants will be giving away a trip for two to Pheasant Run. The lucky couple will dine at either Smuggler's Cove or the Bakers Wife on Friday night. Saturday nite the winners will be guests at the Dinner Theatre. Breakfast will be included in the prize for Saturday and Sunday morning. In the lovely setting of Pheasant Run guests browse in the many shops down a cobblestone street or swim in their heated indoor pool or use their play room. The second prize is a 12 inch RCA Sportable black & white TV from V&V Electronics. This TV is the newest AC/DC TV from RCA. It offers a 2-way operation and can be powered by either AC house current or 12 volt cigarette lighter. Plug in lighter power cord included as well as 3" round speaker. This lovely looking TV has a walnut finish on durable plastic. The third prize is a $5 gift certificate from each ofthe merchants. The drawing will be held on Saturday, December 23rd. The merchants who are participating are: BOWL-HI LANES, VILLAGE STORE, FREUND EQUIPMENT. HANSEN HEATING & PLUMBING, MARLOWE FEED & HATCHERY, PFAFFS AUTO SALES, PARKSIDE TAP, HEINEMAN HARDWARE, LEMON TREE BOUTIQUE, STATE BANK OF HUNTLEY, WELTZIEN COUNTRY STORE, DR. JAMES O'LAUGHLIN. J.H. PATTERSON CO.. HUNTLEY SUPERMARKET, McHENRY SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, BEV'S VILLAGE INN, V&V ELECTRONICS, ACE HARDWARE HUNTLEY, HARRY'S IGA, BEN HANSFORD CHEVROLET, HUNTLEY COIN-OP, FARM TOWN REALTORS, DEE'S GREEN DL\MOND, FARMSIDE AUTO SUPPLY, BUCK BROTHERS, INC. TOMS TOWN TAP. VENTURA & ASSOCIATES. UONS & WIVES ENJOY THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa's Fund is having the Christmas Party for all Huntley kids from preschool thru Sth grade as follows: DATE: Saturday, December 16 TIME: 12:30 P.M. PLACE: Village Square - Then to Social Hall, First Congrega¬ tional Church for refreshments and Santa's visit. The Snow Princess & Prince will be crowned at Village Square and lead the parade around the Square. Then we will go to the Social Hall for Santa's visit and refreshments and watch the Sunshine Puppet Theater. Be sure to come, as we think you will really like the puppet show. Santa and his helpers will have little presents for all who come to see him. REtilEMBER • Saturday, December 16th - 12:30 P.M. - Village Square! SNOW PRINCESS & PRINCE CONTEST Santa's Fund is again having the contest for Snow Princess & Prince this year. Those eligible are boys and girls ag.es 4 yrs. thru 7 yrs. old. Ballot boxes for sign up are placed in local business. Sign your child's name as many times as you wish. Deadline for contest is Dec. 15th, Friday. The winners will reign over the Christmas Party Dec. 16th, Saturday and will share the day with Santa. They will be capped and crowned at the Village Square after Santa arrives! Then take a ride with Santa around the Square! Don't miss out on this contest ifyou have a child ages 4 thru 7 yrs. old! SENIOR CITIZEN CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa's Fund will be having the Senior Citizens Christmas Party - Friday - December 15th at Social Hall, First Congrega¬ tional Church at 12:30 P.M. We will again have a delicious dinner, games and prizes and also Santa's visit. Reminder, this party is open to all Huntley Senior Citizens. You do not have to belong to the club to come. It is open to all. Just bring yourself and all the rest is furnished. You will enjoy yourself. Mark your calendar! Club members notify Louise Kreutzer and all others call Nancy Grimes 669-5892 or Dorothy Schaller 669-5010, so that we can plan accordingly. We want a big tum outl The Huntley Lions Club members and their wives braved the! snow to attend the annual Christmas Dinner and Party. A deliciousl turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served by the American 1 Legion members and Auxiliary. The highhght'of the evening camel after dessert when the one and only Santa dropped by to give out ¦ presents. He was helped by two etfs this year, one of whom nearly got roasted. Santa had a greaVtime, kissing all the woman while delivering grab bag presents to the Lions. Dancing and you know what followed the dinner. It could be safely said that all who attended wnt home with the Christmas Spirit. BARBERSHOPPERS & SWING CHOIR CONCERT DEC. 14th The Huntley Ladie's Barber- shoppers will add their voices to the Swing Choir and High School Chorus for a Christmas concert on Thursday, December 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Huntley Grade School gym. The concert will also feature the Huntley High School Band and the Junior High Band and Chorus. Some of the selections to be performed are Winter Wonder¬ land, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, White Christmas. Christmas in a Small Town, Fruit Cake, Christmas Dinner, and Christmas Stands for Love. ALL HUNTLEY COMMUNI¬ TY SINGERS are welsome to join these singers for the finale "Hallelujah Chorus." A prac¬ tice for this number will be held Wednesday, December 13 ai 7:30 p.m. Admission for the concert will be $1.00 per person. Advance tickets may be purchased from any music student or by phoning the music department at 669-5500. If you h.Tve not purchased your fruit fr' i.i a music stu'fetit. extra fruit was ordered and you may place %n order at the concert. CONGREQATiONAL ^ CHRISTMAS cork)EFFr DEC. 10th If you are looking for some Christmas sprint, you will be sure to find it at the jChristmas at the First Congregational Church on Sunday, Decembel- 10 at 7:30 p.m. The four vocal choirs and thf hantfbell choir of the Huntley church will feature as soloists: William Leggee, Nancy Grau, Larry Warrington, Shelby Hill, Donny Osterhaudt, Amy Smith, Michelle Plane, Gwen Ziller, Joey Hill and Chad Warrington. A free will offering will be taken and punch and cookies will be served following the program. The public is invited to attend. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU MENU <f 12/11-15/78 Monday - Bar-B-Q on bun. French fries. Buttered corn, Chocolate chip cookie, and milk. Tuesday Oven baked chicken. Whipped potatoes w/ gravy, Sweet potatoes. Cran¬ berry sauce, Buttered beets, Hot rolls, Assorted fruit, and milk. ' ' Wednesiday - Hamburger gravy oVer Buttered rice. Buttered greeo beans. Bread & Butter, Peach upside down cake, and milk. ^ Thursday - Chili-mtc w/crac¬ kers, Peanutbutter/jelly sand- ich. Applesauce cake, and milk. Friday - Fruit juice. Macaroni & Cheese. Buttered green beans. Bread & Butter, Choco¬ late cike, and milk.
|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|