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If e If untie tf li^ar m Bih n VOLUME 22-NUMBER 11 THURSDAY. JUNE 17,1962 GRAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER - SINCE 1960 ' Huntley High School School Files Huntley, 111.60142 USPS 580-360 j^ PAGES 2 SECTIONS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUN^ EY SINCE 1960 TRINITY CHURCH PICNIC I Last Sunday, June 13, Trinity Lutheran Church held their annual || church picnic at Deicke Pait. The day began with a church service in the shelter lead by Pastor Kittel. Following the service, a pot luck of pork and all kinds of dishes and desserts was served. The children had a wonderful day playing games such at the water ballon throw, coin search, gunny sack races, bean bag toss and toliet paper wrap around and many more. The highlight of the day for them was sending up ballons with their names on them. All the members of Trinity wish to thank Jim Hennig of Parkside Tap for his donation to their picnic. Continued Page 10 & 11 INSIDE nos EMnON A Liner or Two Page 5 GUberts Days Page 9 8th Grade Qass Page 7 Dale Pfaff receives Honors Page 11 Pony League Pa^ 4 Uttle League Page 4 Huntley Harveaors Page 11 Gtocety Ada ^ge 3 & 16 Aoe Hatdwara Ad Secdon 2 LIONS CHICKEN BARBEQUE On Father's Day, June 20, 1982, the Huntley Lions Club will again hold its annual Chicken Barbeque at the Huntley American Legion, located at the comer of Woodstock and Coral Streets in enchanting downtown Huntley. This dinner is the club's primary money-making project and all members and their spouses put in a lot of hard work to guarantee a "tickling of your taste buds." This year's menu consists of barbequed chicken, home baked beans, baked potato, cole slaw, roll, butter and beverage. The Huntley Lions roast the chicken over open barbeque pits using a secret mouth watering barbeque sauce supplied from the family recipe of Henry Marlowe of Marlowe's Feed & Hatchery in Huntley.' A wide variety of freshly baked homemade pies, prepared by the ladies of the club, will also be available to top off an excellent meal. Serving time is from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Donation is adults $4.00, children S2.00 and iienior citizens 6S or over S3.00. Inside fadlffies avalfible of enjoy the picnic atmosphere of our Village Square; come "rain or shine." Carry-outs are also available. The proceeds of the day will be used to promote youth activities throughout the area. The Lion's Ciub of Huntley thanks its many patrons of their support in the past and will look forward to seeing them again to share a delicious meal in ''A Friendly Village with Country Charm." YOUTH CHOIR TO PERFORM IN HUNTLEY The Bartlesville, Oklahome Youth Choir will be staying in Huntley July 1st to Sth. They will perfor, at Siz Flags on June 30th, Daley Plaza on July 2nd, Congregational Church and Marengo Picnic on July 4th and at present a free concert at the Huntley gym on July Sth. They will attend the musicals, "Sound of Music" in St. Louis; "The King and I"; "Joseph and his' Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat", The Grant Park Concert, Food Festival & Fireworks in Chicago. Trips are al^o scheduled to Fields Museum, Museum of Science and Industry, Sears Tower, Brook- Held Zoo and an evening of rest and swim in Wisconsin. If you could provide a sleeping room for any choir member please call Henry or Helen Marlowe, at 669-3144 or 669-5177. % SENIOA CITIZEN NEWS On June 25 at 12:30 the Senior Citizens will hold their meeting. A ipedal program will be ptcaented at the Coopegatioaal Chnrch by the Hantley PoUce Dmarhnent. AU die poUce offlcera have been invited. A pot luck lunch will be held. CATHY ALLEN TO LIVE ABROAD THIS SUMMER Catherine Allen of South Route 47 has been selected by the Eiperiment in intemational Living to. Uve abroad with a fanUly in Switzerland this summer. Catherine a, a Junior, at Huntley Hlgfi School, is the daughter of Mr. 3t Klra. Al Allen. Cathy will join ten other members of her Experiment group for an intesive cultural orientation prior to arriving in her homeatay community abroad. Under the guidance of an experienced leader, the group wiH discuss the customs of Switzerland and prepare to meet its people on their own terms. For one month Cathy and her fellow Experimenters will live as integral members of individual families in Switzerland. This fist hand opportunity to develop friendships, to leam the customs and traditions, and to participate in the activities of the host country from the vantage point of a family environment is the heart of the Experiment program. During the nezt thtee weeks, the group will take an in-countty trip fajgether with some members of theit host families. Seeing the countiy through the eyes of its nationals is also a special feature of the Experiment's programs. For 50 years, the Experiment in International Living bas been engaged in international educational exchange. Ita founder. Dr. Donald B. Watt, first introduced a group of American youths to their French and Gennan speaking countetparts in Switzeriand. It is now the most well-established intemational exchange program in the world with an annual exchange of aome 2,000 young men and women between about 30 natimis around the globe. United States headquarters are located in Brattleboro, Vermont. DINNER SHOW The dinner show tickets are available by calling 669-SS22 ot 669-5144. They are reserved seau and mm* wM be mM «t llie dear. They sell for SS.OO for aduita and S3.00 fsr diUdren. Thia is a summer treat you won't want to miss. Teat from 10:00 a.m. to nooa HEARINQ UNIT COMINQ TO HUNTLEY On Tuesday, Jiue 22nd the HuaUey Uonesa 41 Uoaa Qub are sponawing a Ftee Hearing and firam l:0O'p.m. toS:00 p.ai. af the Legioa Home. Teatiaf ie done in thc Uoa'a Heating Mobile. Ail HiMMtagr (M«leBtt are ui;h^ to have ^itlr beatfag tested.
|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|