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Huntle tl Mvmsii^ E VOLUME 21-NUMBER 42 THURSDAY, JANUARY 28,1982 GRAFTON TOWNSHIP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER - SINCE 1960 Frank Parisek P.O. Box 192 Huntley, 111.60142 USPflr580r360 12 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNIlfY^SlNCE 1900 JOHN SPEARS HUNTLEY ORATORICAL WINNER UONESS CLUB PRESENTS $500 TO AMERICAN LEGION Last Thursday, January 21, Uoness President Dorothy Schaller and Mrs. May Chesak, Lioness Representative presented a checic for SSOO to the American Legion. The Lioness gsve the chedi to the Legion in thanks for the use of their hall for Playnight and for their monthly meetings. Previously the Lioness Club hsd given S2S0 to the Legion to help defray the costs for the air conditioning. The Lioness Club has also donated SSO to the Deaf-Blind School; $42S for the Senior Citizen Christmas Diimer; $3S to Care; SSOO to Eye Research and SiOO to Lions flf BUnois. FFA mtEAKFAST t -^ John Spears received the winning medal in the American Legion Oratorical Contest held on January 22 to determine the Legion representative from Huntey High School. Chris Pupich, runner-up, received a special citation. Shown with John and Chris ar« Mr. Robert Schultz, Americanism Chairman, and Miss Lorraine Lid, English Teacher, who jointly organized the high school contest. Mr. Schultz and Miss Lid would like to thank the following individuals who made the local contest a success: John and Chris, for the excellent job they did with their orations; Mrs. May Chesak, Mr. C. William Leggee, Mrs. Jan Crabill, who judged the contest; Mabel Schultz and Richard Enstrom, timekeepers forthe event; and students of the Honors English class who provided refreshments for a social hour fbllowing the contest. John will advance to the County Contest, which will be held January 31 in Algonquin at the American Legion Home at 2 p.m. HOBO SHOW COMING MARCH6th ^ ine nuntley »»«-» «%.av^w n wu«uic»9ui^a a oivmKUisi uisii Tuesday. January 19th in the High Schooi Muhi-purpose room. The FFAers served pancakes and sausage with a variety of beverages to Continued on Page 2 'On the Road Again" is the tfaeme of this year's Hobo Show and Dinner presented by the Chancel Choir of the First Congregational Church of Huntley. The choir, onder the direction of luann Lamz, UONESS CLUB NEWS The Huntley Lioness Club held their monthly meeting on January 20 at the Legion Home. Secretary Holly Seiler read the minutes and Treasurer Karen Kohley gave the Treasurer's • report. Chairman Carol Weiirich reported that each Playnight committee should bring a "whipped cream pie or cake to Playnight to sell. She resigned as Bingo diairman. Gail Wasserstrass will head this event. The club donated SlOO to the Huhtley Girl Scouts and SSOO to the Huntley Anierican Legion. The Illinois liooess Qub will hold a state seminar in Bioomhigton in January Jlst. Dorothy Damnyer and Carol Weirich will attend. The Hadley School for the Blind sent an invitation fot the dub to attend Continued on Page 10 SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting January 28.1982 7:30-10:30 p.m. l.CaBtoanier 2. PMge to the Flag 3. MInataa ~ Approve the minutes of the January 14 regular meeting 4. CwrlcBlam Bapart A. Physical Education 5. Fteaaee Bapacta for Infomatiaa A. AcUvity Report-December B. Cafeteria Report- December C. Summary Report December D. Occidental Health Inservice E. SdMxri Insurance Fuad LTD 6. .Si^sflataadwrt'e 1 Health Insurance Bids Continued oa Page 10 HONOR ROa • UUNTLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2nd Quarter TthGradf Principals Ust 4.0 Average Cv^ie Evans, Monica Fettes, Marci Maxwell, Jodi Peterson Honors List 3.S-3.9 Average Kelly . Bachi, Ken Basel. Cheryl Boettcher, Tom Conley, Bemadette Darling, .Eileen Manning, Amy Pease, Pat Roberts, Ron Terry, Judy Wiesneth Honors 3.0-3.4 Average Julie Bunt, Jeff Ferguson, LeAnne Hansman, Cris Manley, Shelly Muehler, Tanya Pupich. and Larry Rugg Sth Grade Principals List 4.0 Average Leslie Smith, Marci Brand¬ wein, Laura Ryan, Stacie Akerberg Honors Lists 3.S - 3.9 Average Jerry Bebetta, Tofi Viitala. Mlw OrisoMc, Nte0WZ«n«i^ X^^;-'1>tdiik^meii MattfaiKr Larry Basel. Ana Matx. Matt<K BsrtOn. Julie Hoffman, and Anu Kumar Honors 3.0 - 3.4 Average Scott Kunde, Ed Skytte, Paul Simpson, Brian Fettes, Jenny Martin, Sherri Maxwell, Jon Holle. Mike LaRocco, Wayne Leisberg, Brian Roberts, Doug Moody. Missy Reeves, Cheryl Marsh. Becky Pierce, Bill Darling, Todd Ream VALENTINE DANCE FEB.ett) The Huntley Athletic Boos¬ ters are busily preparing for tbeir Valentine Day Dance on February 6th at the Huntley American Legion. Music will be provided by the Deuces Wild. Tbe Boosters are also having a 50/SO Giveaway this year. AU parenU who racelvad tfaa SO/SO tlckeu ars reqaattad ta i^ara theaaaald tfcheU aad ^am&y to the High School or GrMeikihaei hyFMay. After Friday, ticketa will be available at many ofthe Huntley Merchants. Half of the proceeds will cover the cash Grand Prize of $2SOO.0O. The other half wiU go towards supporting the athletic programs at the school. FFABASKETBALL QAM^FEB.9lli The HuaFley FFA will' be holding a Donk^ BaaketbaU Game on February 9th at 7:30 p.m. at the Grade School Gym. The dub wiU host members of the Huatiey faculty and Huntley Jayceea. Tidceu wUl be S2.00 for yoaagsterii 14 and younger aad S2.S0 for adulu. Tickets ar? available from FFA memben or at Oie tbor.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|