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9fc Y9fa*wi8fefe VOLUME 18-NUMBER 28 THURSDAY, OCTOBER20, 1977 PHONE- 669-5621 -If no uuwer caO 459-1456 or 459-0998 PO 192 ^HUNTLEY. ILL PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 15c PER COPY FRANK PARISEK HONORED '¦i(«b»' HALLOWEEN PARTY OCT. Slst Santa's Fund Committee will be holding the annual costume ^Ji)lloween Party for all kids. Monday, October .Tlst. Schedule as follows: Place: Grade School Gym Date: Monday. October3Ist Time: 7:.10 P.M. Ages: Preschool thru 8 th Grade Any High Schoolers & adults too Go see the Jaycees Haunted House, then come to the school gym for the judging of your costumes and the party. Costume judging will be held in each age group as in the past. Prizes will be given to all and refreshments will be served. Get your ideas working for your costumes. Our Huntley Business people and friends are funding these parties so lets see a big turn out. (.ets surpass previous years and fill the school gym with all our costumes trick or treaters. We are sorry Jr. High and High School students, but we will have no dance this year. We are limited with facilities. Plans are being made for your Christmas aftivities. JAYCEE HAUNTED HOUSE Xhe Huntley area Jaycees will sponsor a haunted house again tpis year. The spooks house will be in ihe barn on the Ted .ffinakowski property across from the J. H. Patterson Co.. as it was ll^st year. It will be on the same night as trick or treating. The ll)lte for Huntley trick or treating ||)« not been released aa of yet. Jhis year the club is planning (^ Mking for a donation to go through the haunted house to defray expenses. The annual children's Hal¬ loween Party put on by the Santa's Fund Committee will be held at the American Legion this year. Halloween Safety Rules To coordinate Halloween activi¬ ties of the community and be¬ cause of concern over the safety of children during Halloween Cheif Ptak to offer the following suggestions. (1) NEVER let small children go trick-or-treating alone. They should be accompanied by older children or adults. (2) Suggest that trick-or-treat rounds be confined to their own neighborhoods, and to people they KNOW. (3) Request householders to give children factory-wrapped or sealed treats only. Some may wish to give money in place of treats. No loose or uncovered candy, popcorn, fruit or other goodies. (4) Urge children to wait until they get home to taste their "Treats" so that parents can first inspect them. Repori any un¬ usual or suspicious treats to parents. Save treat and remem¬ ber where you got it. (t) Ask householders to keep exterior or porch lights on that evening if they wish to pariid- pate. Advise children to ctll only at homes with lights on and to i^ay out of darkened areas. (^) Warn against the wearing of vision-restricted Halloween masks or other hted-coverings by ' youngsters. Use colorful facial makeup instead. (7) Advise children to we«r costumes which are light in color, short enough to prevent tripping and nonflammable. Costumes cim be covered with relective tape or "glow" spray paint so they can pick up the beams of auto headlights and other lights. (8) Children should carry flash¬ lights after dark. If a pumpkin is carried it should be lit with a battery-lighted device, not a candle. (9) ChUdren shoul be told: (1) cross only at corners, never between cars and never diagonal¬ ly across an intersection (2) watch for and obey all traffic lights (3) look in all directions before crossing the street (4) walk, never run across the street (S) use sidewalks, not the street, for walking (in rural areas where no sidewalks, children should walk against traffic (6) wait on the curb, not on the street, until j^xet B dear to cross. (10) Warn motorists to exercise extreme caution on Halloween be¬ cause of the extra "spook" traffic. (11) Suggest neighbors might organize block parties in place of trick-or-treating. Trick or Treat Nigh is Monday, Oct. 31, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. School Board Minutes Special meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158 was held in the High School Building on September 19, 1977 at 7:00 P.M. The Special Meeting being called for the purpose of holding a hearing on the Tentative Budget and Appro. Ordinance. Upon roll call the following answered present: Mrs. Pawl, Mrs. Koppie, Mrs. Livingston, and Mr. Zirk. Mr. Pupich, Mr. Brettschneider, and Mr. Grismer being absent. There being no objectors a motion was made by Mrs. Pawl •nd 2nd by Mrs. Koppie to adjourn. Meeting stood adjourn at 8:33 p.m. Special meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158 of the Huntley Consilidated School, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School Building on September 19,1977 at 8:33 P.M. Special meeting being called for the purpose of approving of the annual budget and appro, ordinance as prepared and to approve of a levy. Upon roll call the following answered present Mrs. Pawl, Mrs. Koppie, Mrs. Livingston, and Mr. Zirk. With Mr. Pupich, Mr. Brettschneider, and Mr. Grismer being absent. 1. A mo^on made by Mrs. Livingston and 2nd by Mrs. Pawl to approve the budget proposed for 1977-78, voting yea, Mrs. Pawl, Mrs. Koppie, Mrs. Living¬ ston, and Mr. Zirk. Motion Oirried. 2. A motion made by Mrs. Continued on Inside Page At the September meeting of the Huntley Park District BoHrii .. Directors meeting, the board members took the .>ppi>rfiiiiitv ' honor Frank Parisek who. after serving the District tor many 51 irs chose noi to run in the last election and retired as President if h Board. Mr. and Mrs. Parisek were both present ar the ineei-- ;is well as all board members with the exception of Mr. Deit ke w '1 .- • in the hospital at the time. Also present were Mr. Glen Delaney .mc! Attorney Henry Cowlin. A plaque, with a gavel attached, was presented to Mr. J'arisek by currct President John Tures. after which a framed ccpv ••( the resoluiiun, was also presented to him by Mr. tures. After congratulations and thanks from all present were y'-en. a cake, in the shape of an American Flag, was prescnfccl by ihc Secretary. The cake was inscribed as follows: Frank: We raise the flag to a job well done. The Huntley Park District Coffee and cake were enjoyed by all. We. the members of the board, and also everyone in ihc Hu .i)! v Park District, I'm sure, would like to take one more o(,pnriuniu to say--Thanks Frank-We'll miss you. tion coffee and cake were enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Parisek then took 'e.ive of the meeting. Atty. Cowlin suggested that an ordenance be drawn up to estab¬ lish a fee for the use of selected areas in the park by those living outside the park district. The board discussed the matter and decided that fees would be charged for use by 20 or more people. Atty. Cowlin is to draw up the oiuenance. The President then presented the monthly bills for payment, after which a motion was made by Mr. Borhart, seconded by Mr. Ruth, to pay all bills as presented. Upon roll call all Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. A general discussion was held concerning the upcoming winter projects. Next it was decided that the date of the next meeting should be changed to the 4th Tuesday of October because of other com¬ mittments by several of the board Park Board Minutes The regular meeting of the Huntley Park District Board was held on Wednesday, September 28th, 1977 at 8:00 p.m. The meeting was called to order with Commissioners Mackeben, Tures and Ruth present and Commis¬ sioners Borhart and Deicke ab¬ sent. Also in attendance was Mr. GlenDelrney. The secretary was asked to read the minutes of the previous meeting of 8/24/77, after which a motion was made by Mr. Macke¬ ben. seconded by Mr. Tures, to approve the minutes as read. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The treasurers report was then presented, showing a balance in the checking account of $35,472.63. A motion was made by Mr. Ruth, seconded by Mr. Mackeben, to accept the report as presented. All Commissioners voted aye and the report was filed for audh. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parisek, Commissioner Len Borhart and Atty. Henry Cowlin entered the meeting at this point. At this point in the meeting a presentation was made to Mr. Parisek, honoring his many years of service to the park disMct. President Tares presented Mr. Parisek with a plaque and gavel and also a framed rrsolution which presented the boards thanks for his dedicated service to the district. After the nre«<"ntii- Continued on Inside Page Roast Beef Dinner Oct. 30th "The Annual Roast Beef Din¬ ner" of the First Congregational Church will be on October 30, 1977. There will be seatings at 11:30, 12:15. 1:00 and 1:45. Tickets are $3.50 for adulu, $1.50 for children 6-12. Tickets are available from Henry Mariowe, Herb Eggers, Don Hardy, John Rugh, Bernice Kalsow, Norma Gariieb. Roger Mealiff. Chuck Lamb and Norma Lindsey.
|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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