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^e HUNTLEY '^omside VOLUME 8 — NUMBBB S4 THUBSDAY, NOV. tt, 1067 twuaiMt ¦eee-ien (any ttM) (if no answer) 4«M)W8 nC'IOCL FILE liUNTLEY llia:i SCIIOOL lIUrJTLEY. ILL < PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7 cents a copy Lions Plan Football Night On "Riursday evening, Novanber 30th, the Huntley Lions Club will entertain the Senior Football play¬ ers and coaches. At 8:30 the coa¬ ches will present movies of the 1967 football season. Tlie public is invited to view the movies and listen to the cc«nments of the staif. This event will be held at the Am¬ erican LeglMi Home. Huntley High BasketballDates HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1967 — 1968 1961 Tuesday, November 28 HSnldey — Big Rock Friday, December 1 Han^KMre Friday, DeceaiberS Richmond Friday. December 15 Hiawatha SatiBxiay. Decendier 16 Cfeotral FHday. December 22 Marraigo Tu W TH FRI Dec 36.89 ' fsenoge RMMay Tuuiney IMS Friday, January 5 Hebron Friday, January 12 Mooseheart Haturday, January 13, Genoa Friday, January 19 Hampshire Tu W Th Fri., Januasy 23-28 Little 8 Conf Toumey — Mooseheart Tuesday, January 30 Malta Friday, February 2 Richmond Saturday, February 3 Hiawatha Friday, February 9 Central Tuesday, February 13 Nwth Boon Friday, February 16 Hebron Saturday, Mooseheart Friday, February 23 iGenoa M T W TH F February 26 District Tbumey 6:30 T IHO T 7:00 H 7:00 H 7:00 T 6:45 T 7:00 H 7:00 H 7:00 T 7:00 H' T 6:30 n 7:00 T 6:45 T 7:00 H 6:45 T 7:00 T 7:00 T 7:60 H Last X-Ray Unit Stop Nov. 24 Last Date for X-Ray Unit Friday, Nov 24, is the la.st Sche- dided date in 1%7 for the mobile diest x-ray unit .sponsored by the McHenry County Tuberculoas Assoc dation. The unit will be located on the South side of tfae Court House and will be in operation 12:30 to 5 and 6 to 8:30 p.m. Anyone 18 years of age or aider may avail himself of this opportun¬ ity to have a free chest xray. Child dren tmder 18, witfa a positive re¬ action to the tuberculin skin test may also be x-rayed. l^e mobfle unit is spmwored by your contributions to the Christmas Seal Campaaga whldi is aow in progress. Mail your contributiMi as soon as possible. — 1 HAPPY THAiVKSGlVING Thanksgiving Church Services TRINTTY ETANGELIGAL LUTHERAN CHURCH N. Chnrek at Fbst Stnet Hantley, IHinois Frederkk R. Harm, Pastor WEDNESDAY — November 22 8:00 P.M. Worship Service with Communion FIBST CONGBEOATIONAL CHUBCH Main St. at Chnrch Rey. Robert L. Frank, Pastor 8:30 A.M. Thanksgiving Break¬ fast and Morning Service, sponsored by the Mens Fell¬ owship of the Church. All are welcome to come, have break fast and share in a brief ser¬ vice of Thanksgiving. ST. JOHNS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST — HARMONY THURSDAY — November 23 9:45 A.M. Thanksg:iving Service at Union. Day Dave Stading Hits 6 Point Deer Pictured above is David Stading next to his 1957 Chevrolet. On the night of Sat¬ arday, November 11, Stading was returning to Huntley from Carpentersville on the blacktop when a 6-point buck deer jumpel out in front of his car. The deer was killed instantly and Stading's car received damage to the left front fender, headlight hood and grUIe. The animal was turned over to, James Varva, game warden, who disposed of It. According to Stading had the animal not been mangled It would bave been turned over to a charitable institution. Fire Call On Albrechts Farm The Huntley Fire Department re¬ sponded to a call from tlie Herman Albrecht farm on Monday morning at 7:20. The fire was in the up¬ stairs of the old Albrecht home lo¬ cated on the west side of Albrfcht Road. .^ family had just moved into the house last Saturday. Il wa.s re¬ ported that children were playing with fire which ignited a mattress 'and part of the upstairs floor. Huntley firemen repcirted that very little water was used lo ex¬ tinguish the fire. Legion Held Feather Party The Feather Party and Bazaar of the Anierican Legion and Legion Auxiliary was a success. Many Door awcu^ were given as well as turkeys and geese. Don Enstrom received the grocery box. Else Ack man the Past Presidents basket, Sarah Koch the Junior prize, a center peice. Many more prisze were given awag. A buffett lunch¬ eon was served. See picture page six Meeting Lions Club by C. Lamb. The regular meetir>g of the Hunt ley Lions Club held Nov. 14. A del icious dinner was served. Special guests were Lion R. Kirchoff, Zone Chairman, and Mr. Walter Bauer. Plant St^t of Union Special Mach¬ ine Co. of Stuttgard, Germany. Lion C. Lamb presented his special guest Mr. R. Nelson, Huntley Pol¬ ice Chief. Ljon Kirchoff presented a very worthwhile narrated film on Lion Membership. In business session, it was appro¬ ved to donate $25.00 to the Black¬ hawk Council of the Boy Scouts. Christmas party was discussed Christmas tree comwuttee gave its Teport. Fruit Cakes were distribut¬ ed. Anyone desiring more may contact Lion Chesak. Lion Pfaff was present and pre¬ sented himself in the usual fine manner. In Executive session the follow¬ ing were taken as new members: Mr. P. Freund, local implement dealer; Mr. Wm. Buck, local drug- gest; and Mr. R. Nelson, local Chief of Police. goodwill Stop Next Monday Goodwill Pickup in Hunley Nov. 27 The Goodwill Industries truck will be in Huntley, Monday, Nov. 27 to colec repah^able cl(rfiing, shoes and houseware for disablevi trainees and enq)loyees at GoodwiU, accord¬ ing to Mazie Blott, local repre¬ sentative. For pickiq> arrangements, bags, clubs programs and information about Goodwil Industries, call 669- 5680.
|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|