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W^t Huntletr 3farm5tiiE C.KAi-ION roWNb ilPstJi-i .CIAL NEWSPAPER-SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 VOLUME 22-NUMBER 26 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,1982 1^*^ PAGES 2 SECTIONS SERVING TUE PEOPLE OF HUN^i. t. SINCE 1960 20c PER COPY VARSITY WINS HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES The Redskin Varsity Football Team played North Boone in a good gatne winning 18-7. Manning played a good game as quarterback. The defensive line eth GRADE ALUMINUM DRIVE On Tuesday, October 19th, the Huntley Jr. High 6th Grade will be having an Aluminum Drive Rroccficti will .^ towards the bth Grade Outdoor Edtlca- tional Fund. The aluminum should be dropped off at Lincoln St. exit by the Huniley Elementary School no later than 12:30. Thanks to all who will participate. EIGHTH GRADE SLAVE SALE Once again the eighth grade students are going to be slaves for a day. So if you need help with your fall clean-up please consider hiring a slave. The date for this fund raising activity is Sat. October 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Babysitting 8:00 ' a.m. to 12:00 midnight. The slaves will work in 5 hour shifts. The price will be $6.25 for a 5 hour shift or $1.25 an hour. We would like the slaves to work in teams of two or more if possible. If you would like to reserve a slave before Oct. 23, call the Elementary School Office. 669-5108 or one of these numbers: Phyllis Wiesneth at 669-5567; Winnie Jilek at 669-5840; Lii Hansmann at 669-5847 or Betty Conley at 669-5747. Slave buyers will be respon¬ sible for transportation to outlying areas. SENIORS TO HOLD CANDIDATES DAY All county, state and federal candidates whose names will appear on the ballot for the November 2 election are invited to join the Huntley Senior ^Mmmmmmmmmt»mmmmmmmmt^»»m»t»0ittm Citizen Club as luncheon guests on Friday, October 22 at 12:30 P.M. at the Huntley Congrega¬ tional Church Social Hall. Candidates need not make reservations. Anyone in the area who wishes to join us in meeting ; o.iirc<in<|id#t«(ii«^yiM!4eome-,^ ;.,,,, ist CONGREQATIONAL CHURCH TO RECEIVE HISTORIC PLAQUE Sunday, October 17th, the McHenry County Historical Society will present its 9th historic plaque to the congrega¬ tion of the First Congregational ' Church of Huntley, 9 North Church St., during the 10:30 worship service. Entwined with the history of Huntley, the history of the First Congregational Church had its origins back in 1852, just one year after the Chicago and Northwestem Railroad reached Huntley station, the settlement Thomas Stillwetl Huntley had begun in the late 1840's. Meeting in the school house at first, the congregation finally began work on the church in 1863. The church still stands today and was actually built according to plans decided upon at a meeting on June 29, 1853. The records of that time showed two doors, one on each side of the church that led from the entry to the main room.' The church was heated by two round stoves that stood on each side of the doors and long stove pipes ran from the stoves to the chimneys at the back of the church building. Could they be seen, one would find that the sills under the church are hand-hewn 8x8's. some of them 30 feet long and cut locally. Continued on Page 2 lliandny, October 14,1982 Homecoming VoUeyball Game against Valley Lutheran Freshman 6:00 JV6j30 Varsity 7:00 FHday, Oetnber 15,1982 Snake Dance and Bonfire Immediately following. Snake Dance starts at 7:00 p.m. The Snake Dance will assemble between the grade school and football field and then proceed out of the playground entrance to Lincoln St. The caravan will tum right onto Main St. going to Coral where a pep rally will be held. Students will retum to the fbotball field for the bonfire. Satanlay, Oetabrnt 16,1982 Parade Line ap at 9:00 a.m. Parade Entry Preliminary Judging at 9:15 a.m. Parade begins at 10:00 a.m. The parade floats will assemble in the High School parking lot at 9 a.m. Shortly befbre 10 a.m. the parade will go down Mill St. to Lincoln St. and then tum right onto Main St. The caravan will continue to South Church St. where they wiU tnm right and head back to MUl St. and the sdKwl. The winners will be announced at a later date^ J.V. Football game starts at 12:00 noon Varsity football game starts at 2:00 p.m. Dance from 8:00 to 11:30 pm [all alumni welcome] Continued on Page 2 ¦^kM. mSMDE THIS EDmONt Village Board Page 14 Fire Dept. Open House Page 12 Building Dugouts Page 11 St. Mary's Page 7 A Liner or Two Page 5 Lions Candy Day Page 4 Hydrants Flushed Page 2 Homecoming Court Page 2 Grocery Ads Page 3 A 16 Aee HanhoM Ad ft VMtan AaaeetetM LTD Ad Saettaa 3 FATHER-SON BANQUET OCT. ITth Trinity Lutheran Church is holding a Father-Son Banquet on Sunday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the church. Tickets are: S6.00 for adults and $3.00 for anyone under 12 years oid. Tickets may be obuined through Al Jordi or at the church office. UONSCLUB PANCAKE BREAKFAST On Sunday, October 24, 1982, the Huntley Lions Qub will hold their annual Pancake Breakfast at the .American Legton Home, located in downtown Huntley, across from the Park. This is a all you can eat affair, consisting of Sausages, Eggs, and Pancakes. Orange Jnice. MUk and coffee are included in the meal. The price is S3.00 fbr adults and Sl.SO tot chUdren under 12. Serving wiU be .from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. rain or shine. The Hantley Lioi.J Qub invites all to come to the ViUagL with Country Charm and ei^y this culinary experience.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|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|