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n ^^ TTCTIC co/\ 'irrv USPS 580-360 VOLUME IShNUMBER 48 THURSOAY, MARCH 22,1979 . PHONE- 669-S62Mf ao auVwM^ 459-1456 or 459-0998 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY, ILL PAGES mVlWG THE PEOPLE OF HUNTUWBVCE 196t ;A04C TScPEK coW^^ DELWIN BORHART NAMED UON OF THE YEAR ST. PATRK:K'i5 day at PARKSIDE TAP >^ The Parkside Tap St. Patrick's Day Party was fllled to capacity. The large crowd danced to a live band and sang an Irish song as the .<Jiight progressed. Irishmen of all types and descents enjoyed the Mrivolities. A number of them even sighted a Lephrucan before the evening was over. ^ i" LIONS CLUB CORN BEEF & CABBAGE DnCNEIt li The regular meeting of tbe Huntiey Lkms Qub was called to order by President Rudsinski at the American Legion Home March 13, with 44 members and 3 guests attending. Lion Eddie Meagher led the group in singing "My WUd Irish Rose". "llpperary" and "Uttie Brown Jug" witii May Chesak accom¬ panist. The Pledge of Alle¬ giance was given and the Invocation was by Lion Del Borhart. Govemor Bob Ostrom, Deputy Dist. Gov. Fred Schuttie and Mr. QSaA Borhart were guests. Lion Del Borhart was honored as the announcement came that the committee had selected him for "Lion Of The Year". Lion Bud Weber was 'Master of Ceremonies fw the eventful "This Is Your Life", theme. lion Charles Ruth was helpful in developing the life history of his uncle. A plaque has been ordered and will be presented later. Govemor Bi^b-Ostrom pre¬ sented special awards to the following Lions: Dennis Rud¬ sinski, Bden Pfaff. WiU BriU. John Mattingly, Jim Manning, LIONESS MEETING MARCH 28th The Huntley Chapter of the Lionesses will be holding a meeting-on March 28th at the Legion Home at 7:30 p.m. Anyone wishing to join may attend. The ladies husbands do not have to be Lion members for the wives to join. the Huntley Lioness Charter Night will be held on April 7th at thc Timbers Resturant in wood- stock starting at 6:30 P.M. Anyone wishing to attend may contact Carol Weirich for reser¬ vations. SHARE-THE-FUN On March 31st at 6:30 p.m. at Harry Jacobs High School aboM 40 ofonr^embers will ccHBpew with twenty other clubs in McHenry County. This event, Share-The-Fun, has been well prepared for competition by our dub and we hope to win. • Your support is needed, so I. Herbert Thurow and Chu<^ Lamb. Also inspiring messages of Lionism by both Lion Fred Schuttie and Governor Ostrom. Committee reports were heard from Lion Glen Delaney on the Athletic Banquet tenta¬ tively set for AprU 18 at tibe gride sdnd gym. Pot lack dinner with the Lioas Qub fumishing the meat. The Comed Beef & CaU>age Dinner Dance St. Pats Day was discussed, and aU systems in readiness. Thanks to tfae President. The convention is set for April 20 and 21. Delegates: Ed Hayes, Del Borhart, Ed Hartmann, Jim Weirich, Mel Johnson, Norm Brettschenider, Charles Ruth, Dennis Rudsinski Altemates: Chuck Lamband Herbie Thurow and EWie Meagher. Registration is com¬ pleted for the dinner and Lioness and Ladi^ events. Tailtwister activities were conducted by Lions Ed Hart¬ mann and Puil Mercer. Mr. Richard Frick was taken into membership at the Direct¬ ors meeting. Adjournment came at 9:05 p.m. Next meeting is March 27th. hope to see you there! By the way admission is freel 1 The Huntiey Harvestors LEXIE BURFIELD CYSTIC FIBROSIS CHAIRMAN Mrs. Lexie Burfield has been named the 1979 chairperson tk the Breath o/L Spring Bike-A- Thon to be held in Huntley, according to Steven L. Schweiger, President of the Northern Illinois Chapter, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In accepting the poaition of chairperson, Mrs. Burfield ex¬ pressed her hopes tfaat many other residents of the area would volunteer tfaeir time and talents to tfab wortfawhik pto¬ ject. Cystic Fibrosis (CF). tfae most serious lung-damaging disease, is incurable. One in every 1,MO American cfaUdren infaertts this devastating disease iHien tfaey Continued on Page 2 ibove are residents enjoying the dance music after Pictured above Phyllis am Mrs. WaltAr is a member )eWayne Walters with Eddie Meagher. |he McHenry County Board. Pictured above is Dick Seiler, chairman of the Lions Com Beef and Cabbage Dinner as he ctean^ up. The Huntley Lions Club held its 2nd Corn Beef and Cabbage Dinner last Saturday. 22d^dinners were served. Chairman Dick Seiler and President Dennit Rudsinski wish to thank all the Lions & Lionesses for their help. C.A.C. VARIETY SHOW APRIL 21 Performers, lighting assisi ants and stage-hands are neec* ed to help solve the "TECH NAL DIFFICULTIES" for th< April 21st Variety Show bein^ presented by the Citizens Ad visory Council of District #158. Anyone interested in participat ing in any way please call Evelyn OtMliis. Tickets are going on sale soon and by all indications, it promises to be an enjoyable evening for everyone. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU MENU Mank M-30,1979 Monday - ChUi mac w/crack¬ ers, Peuiuti)utter/jeUy sand¬ wich, Rice krispie squares, and mUk. Tuesday - Sauerkraut k hotdogs. Butter wUra^ pota¬ toes. Hot wheat 'rdn(t Apple¬ sauce, and mUk. Wednesday - Hamburger oo a bun w/mustard, pickle A catsup French €ries, Buttered vege- Uble, Chocolate chip cookie, and milk. Thursday - Pizza slice, Potato chipe. Buttered com. Sliced fruit, and mUk. » Friday - Macaroni k dieeae, Peanutbutter/jeUy sandwich, Buttered green beans, Sngar codSkie, and mHk.
|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|