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9ilie Side VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 88 - THUBSDAY. DEC. 28, 1965 FHOMBt 812-669-6621 (aay time) (If no answer) 815-459-0998 gcnOOL FILE HUNTI.EY JilG!! CCIV^OL HU.NTLEY, ILL Huntley's Churches Christmas Church Guide anceoaua'CBitBD cWbbch ov OHBIST — HABBtOtEnr St. MaryM %ae. I» D. Dae,' Blaln Straat s* Hmflsv, Friday, December 24th Confessions 10:00 - .11:00 and 3:00 — 5:00 and 7:00 — 8:30. Midnigrht Mass CHRISTMAS DAY. Dec 26th Masses at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday, December 2etii Masses at 8 a.m. nd 10 a.m. UNITED CHUBCM OF OHBIST CONOBBOATIONAI, Bev. I,, t. Parkins Factor Fhone 609-5711 Christmas Kve, Dee. M^k 7:00 pjn. Family Wt^K> 9ev- ' ^'*-- .:....t. "Ion Sarnea Christmas Sunday, I>«c. J||h 9:30 a.m. (3hurch SchdfVjjIasses for S year olds thru adults. 7:46 p.m. College Student Night SpoiuKM«d by the Huntley Chniehas. TBINtry gVAWOMJOAL LUTHIIKABN OBBMKM. V. OI»R* we Ffaral Siw> Frederick B. Harm, Pastor Phone: Offlee Slt-669-ST80 Home 812-669-5785 Thursday — December 28rd 7:00 p.m. jr. Choir Rehearsal 8:00 p.m. 6r. Choh- Rehearsal Friday — December 24th 7:30 p.m. ChiMren's Christmas Eve Program 10::16 a.m. Christmas Day, Ser¬ vice of Music and Meditation. Sunday —J>ecember 26th 8:00 a.m. Woorship Service 9:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class 10:16 a.m. Worship Service Monday — December 27th 7:30 p.m. Elders Meeting Tuesday — December 28th 8:46 p.m. Bowling Leage at Bowl Hi Lanes 81ft«B8-4SM Thursday, Dec. 23rd 7:30 p.m. Special Events Com¬ mittee meets to trim tree and pack Christmas bags. Friday, Dec. 24th 8:00 pjn. Christmas Eve Church School Program Satuday, Dee. 85th 10:00 a.m. Christmas Day Serv¬ ice. Sunday, Dec. 26th No Sunday School 10:46 a.m. Worship Service with Holy Communion. Pint Crystai Cnrstel Ldte aal Dak At«wms iohn L. Fl|^. D. D. IClBMar Sundfor fltAwhile: •tl>4-10:8a ad& CUncli School— ikikm^eiK^eSgmmeta-tet MUi. -ISHM ||lhi nillliTi 9^o<d yeasT^Si Itoougli sikth rtiAi and ^ftdB|iii«i %aoeek Sfokta in tlcB S»oq|« .^ 11:041—12:00 pju. Cfauxefa worship 10:9(^11:00 Lm. Adults coffee (Glintch Parlor) 19:8^11:00 aon. Hi^ School 12:46 Gaoend Meeting Chaaeal Choir — Wednasdays — 7:80 pjn. Hi^ Sdiool Caioir — Thvndays"— 7K)0«8:00 p.m. Waalean Oroir — ' Friday 4:00 pjn. eotfaa (Waidsy HaU) NorMty prvvUM for both Wor- sl^^ Sanrleaa. Women'k Soeie^ of Christisn Service) Snd Tbonday of satsh month (Wealejr HaU) 12:80 Devotions (Hale Memorial Ch4i»al) Pictured, above are the three Churches located in Hnntley. thsy are OPi^) St. Mary'*.: CatKolie Church, (Cc|iter) United Chnrch of C%rfat CoiigregatlMMll (Botts^) Trinity Luthanm'Chorsh. College Night A homecoming celiebtation for Huntley eoUege students is being planned fM* Sunday, December 26 by the three Hnntley churches. This festival will be held at the Social HaU of Uie United Chunsh of Christ. Hosts will be the Rev. Father L. D. Day of St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, fthe Bev. Mr. Fredaifek Harms of Trinity Lutheran Church, and the Rev. Mr. Lawrence Perkins of the Uni¬ ted Church of Christ. The Board of Deacons of the United Church ai« providing refrsdmfMnts and are woiUng with the paekom oon a program that wiU he <tf intersst to the coUege students of our tairo. All coUege stadentt of the com-,., munity are invited to be present ¦and share, in this reunion. Tlsa Wogxam. wiU start at 7:46 p.m. iiuritati<ma are being sent to ttoee itiiiMili knowon bjr the '<>fcnrclwi • iet ttomii^ tiw -pages of tMt MWiaimar an invitation is eKleiitd ka any (Okar stodMits ^^ Mmit eare to join hi tSis ¦ gntfatMar- siuries re- 1965 Summery As in years past the Huntley Farmside will again publish a resume of the events of importance whidi happened in 1965. One year ago this week Huntley celebrated Christmas, the ground was covered with snow much heav¬ ier than it is this year and the Huntley Jayceos wound up (heir Christmas tree sales, which were held in the village park. Santa had oome to town a few weeks before, riding on a fire engine. McHenry county chief deputy sheriff, reported that McHenry county was very quiet over the Chrisbnas holidays. There were no traffic fatalities, no roM>eries, not even thie usual holiday family fights over the 24-hour Christmas holiday. Although the roads were slippery there were *^ly ntitwr accidents and mino^Mii ported. "Olift SMe Bank o»>! nodriced ihat their Boiard of Di¬ rectors voted to pay_4 per cent interest on a quartej^feasis. The Senior Caurfr eWie United Chint;' oi t3irJst Cbngrogational fateld a teen dance on January 9. Stanley Henning was reported oh the Dean's list of the Iowa State Universtty. A hc»nemaking award was presented to Kathy Hlrinqr as the "Betty (3rock«: Homemaker of Tomorrow" after die had scored highest on a written examination taken by all of- the Hunltey senk>r girls on December 1. , The United Church of Onist Congregational h^d their annusl meeting (113th>t^,in the chureh's Social Hall wit% Wayne Zimmer¬ man acting as maderator. A UmOy style potluck dinner.^was served and officers for Oie eioniinf^ yeer Were elected. A fire was reported on Satur¬ day, Jan. 9, at the Peter Hardt residence. The blaze, in an ovm^ stuffed chair was quickly extii«- uished by Uie Huntly firemen. Hbward Rutii, Richard Enatrofn, Floyd Schmuck, Herbert Eggers, Harold Keck, and AI Boncosky filed petitions with Rlch&rd Enstrom as Party of Grafton ccMning towneii^ The DMnois Stote Commisston announced that H^K Seiler was one of 7402 student res¬ idents of Illinois who quailed in the semi-finals of tJie Illianote State Schmarsh^ program. The [UTtgram was based on high sclwol academic rc^M-ds and performance alter a coampetitlve examination. The parents of the Juni<M« in (the Himtley High Sctiool banded togetlier to form a pbst-pmm oom¬ mittee. Money ^ ddtaated Dor this project by many grau|M throughout a»ft community. !!Npi»rvisor Jttfliert <3urtis, who was i|H Jilted h reptace Haclatr MackAen in thie ^pfft. when Mir. Hackeb« tssiuned i ties as- Coonty AtidH<n- Novemher disotkm, annoui a sorpfiis food truck with needy ftmiiUee would be tt Hb- ¦H»r)r<3ounty in Januai:|^> • COMTtNOBD ON PAOB ¦>u..
|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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