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9 .^ DSPSiUULaM Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1984 VOLUME 25 - NUMBER-H SE.RyiNG THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEYSINCE1^ Parents Night at Ltndsey Field iSel^'^^y ^Pictured are a pordm of tfae parents with tbeir chUdren as they were honored at Parents Night at the final Ibotball game of the season against RidinK«d-Bartmi. During halitime of the JV Game the parents of the Prosh-Sofrii Football Team and Cheerieaders were introduced; between games, after tbe halftime show the parents of the Band and Cblor Guard were introduced; and during halttme of the Varshy Game the parents of the Managers, Waterboys, Varsity Team and Cheettewlen wet« introduced. The Huntley Redskins are supported whole¬ heartedly not only by their parenU, Awnlty and student body, but l>y many local fans and alumni who enjoy seeing tiie SUns compete. Everyone is pcoud of tfae ^bct p«t oat by tfae Sedakins and we •re now looUng forward to tfae npoomins BaaketbaU Seaaoa. As you can sec by die pktate oo riglrt. the crowd came dresaed for dw weather, ^e are many of tiie Froah-Soph Parenta who were honored durinR halftime. Grade Sdiool Sponsors Style Show On November 15, 1964. at 7:00 tfae Sdi tiltongfa 8di grades of Hontley ElemMtary Sdiool are presenting a stjie sfaow featuring Karia Bires of ToU and Taens in Marengo and Carla Walter of The Sourt Shop of Marengo and alao now in Crystal Lake. The latest apparel for misses, teens and young- sters wOl be presented and modeled by local "models". The dasses are preparing the gym with a foil tfacme, and titey wiD aervc lefceahwenls. Join tfaem for a pleasant evening and doorprlzesl Tkiets cost S3.00 and are available ftom Stfa, 6tii, Ttfa, and Ml graders or by calling tiie sdiool office, 669-5106. You may alao pnrdiaae tfaem at the door. The proceeds ftom tills stylteh evening wiU ftind daas field trips, outdoor education, and graduation activities. Your sup¬ port is greatiy appreciated. ViUage Board Mhintes Hydrants Flashed Nov. 12 & 13 IT HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED BY THE Village of Huntiey PubUc Works Department that Hydrant Flushings will be Nov. 12th and 13tii. The Village of Huntiey apoligizes for any inconvience that this may cause. Athletic Banquet The Fall Athletic Banquet jointly sponsored by the Huntiey Lion's Gub and the sdiool district is scheduled for Wed¬ nesday, November 14 at 6:30 pm in the Grade School Gym. The main course is roast beef and baked potato. So that there is a suffident amount of food available, parents are asked to bring two dishes to pass that are large enough to feed 8-10 hungry people each. Those who plan to attend should respond to the High School Office by November 9. The Regular Meeting of the VUlage Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntiey was held Thursday, November 1,1964, hi the Board Room of the VUlage Hall and called to order by President Enstrom at 8:00 pm. Present were President En¬ strom, Trustees Ahrens, Wicke, Dhamer, Berlin, Brown and Mercer. Also attending were Nr. Nortii, VUlage Auditor. Attorney Szura, VUlage Engi¬ neer Schwegel and members of the Public Works Department. The October 4th minutes were brought before, tfae Board and after examination of same, there being no additions and a minor typographical correction, they stood approved. The monthly finandal reports were distributed to the trustees and a motion was made by Trustee Mercer, seconded by Trustee Wicke, to approve of the Treasurer's Report and upon roU caU, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The Mils were reviewed and the trustees asked that the Gerk oontad Mr. Seiftln of lllinoia BeU to come before titem and Continued on page 2 Soop-Sandwleh Loncheon Bake Sale &Bazaar On Thursday, November 8tfa. the Trinky Lutheraa Chnrcfa win spmiaor its Aaaaal Soop-Saad- widiLuDcfawn. Serving win be ftom 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. A BAKE SALE aad BAZAAR wffl be bdd at tfae same time. Hontley To Host Oioral Festival Huntiey High Sdwol wUl be hosting the Big Eight Confer¬ ence Choral Festival on Mon¬ day, November 12 at 7:30 pm m die High School Gym. Over 200 singers will be performing under the direction of Ms. Judity WUliamson, professor of music at McHenry County College. Students ftom Har¬ vard, Richmond, Genoa-Kings¬ ton, and Huntiey High School wUl present a wide variety of musical selections. Tickets are $1.50 for adults and Sl.OO for students and are avaUable from Huntley dioir members and at the door. BeUChofa* Branch Nov. 11 The HandbeU Choirs of tfae Huntiey Congregational Church will serve a bmndi Nov. 11th at tiie Churdi Sodal HaU. Tickeu may be purdiased at the door or from any HandbeU Choir mem¬ ber. Ild^eta are S4.00 per adult aad S2.00 per cfattd. Come and meet your frlenda aad enioy a tastee breakfiwt. Atiiletic Department Appreciative The Atiiletic Department would like to express its appredation to the following people for their generous contribution of time and effort at our home football games this season. CHAIN GANG - Dick Eratii, Bob Ellsworth, BUI Ruth and Larry Basel. TICKET SELLERS - Betty Lamz, Paul Sdiuhz, Bob Schultz, Mabel Schultz, Peggy Manning and Bob Peterson. SUPERVISORS - Paul GUlette, Chester Nelaon and Joyce RadostiU. VIDEO TAPE - CHANNEL 3 - Gene Lindsey, Norma lindaey and Paul MUler. CONCESSION STAND - BUI Bird, Manager; Cathy Spears, Scott Storms, Joe Korotasz. Ted Mannbg, Bob Bond and Judy Wieanetfa. ANNOUNCERS • Bob Ells¬ worth, Dale Pfaff aad Dale Anderson. SOUND SYSTEM • Bob Zirk MEDICAL STANDBY St AM¬ BULANCE SERVICE ¦, Huntiey Rescue Squad TRAINERS - Jamea Skomer and Joe Femali CAFETERIA. 50-50. EQUIP¬ MENT. St LOYALTY - Huntiey Booster Gub STATISlTClANS - Pat Wulf. Steve Reynolds, Larry Baael FS, Jhn Terry FS VOLUNTEER FIELD CREW, LINING St MAINTENANCE - Di(± Erath, Gate Undaey and Bob Ellsworth TIMER St SCOREKEEPER • Ed Schwelger and Edgar Ream PROGRAMS • Kriatfo Ostran¬ der and Jackie Freund Pictured are Aanoaacer, Bob EOswortii aad Statistidaaa, Stave ReyooMa aad Pat Wulf aad Soorrteeper Ed Ream, dattaig the it. Vanity Football Game at Uadaey Pidd last Friday al^.
|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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