The Huntley Farmside
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Eutitto Jarmsik SAMPLE COPY USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1989 VOLUME 29-NUMBER 17 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Miss McHenry County Pageant Fourteen McHenry County communities will be represented in the Miss McHenry County Pageant, a highlight of the August 2-6 McHenry County Fair. The Pageant is Wed., Aug. 2, opening night, at 7:30 p.m. Sherri Ottley was crowned Miss Huntley June 25 at the Huntley Town Picnic. Sherri is an 18 years old graduate of Huntley High School, sponsored by the Huntley Lioness. She stands 5'7'' with softly curled shoulder length blonde hair. When not working at Tom's Vegetable Mart or Benningtons Sherri enjoys volleyball, softball, shopping and just being with friends. This fall she'll attend MCC with plans for continuing to Columbia and a degree in journalism. Candidates and their sponsors, listed in order of appearance, are: Cary—Amanda Floor, 16, sponsored by Cary Chamber of Commerce Huntley—Sherri Ottley, 18, sponsored by Huntley Lioness Union—Brianna Brandt, 16, sponsored by Union Lioness Richmond—Sarah Shedbalkar, 18, sponsored by Shear Beauty Lake In The Hills-Kelly Lambs, 18, sponsored by Lake In The Hills Women's League Algonquin—Kristi O'Brien, 16, sponsored by Miss Algonquin Committee Crystal Lake—Stacy Smith, 17, sponsored by Crystal Lake Park District Wonder Lake—Monica Boyce, 18, sponsored by Wonder Lake Pageant Committee Woodstock--Jennifer Beckel, 18, sponsored by Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and Industry Fox River Grove—Tanya Gross, 18, sponsored by Fox River GrOve Chamber of Commerce Hebron—Diane Price, 17, sponsored by Hebron Business Association McHenry—Carol Corbeil, 21, sponsored by American Legion Post 491 Ladies Auxiliary Harvard—Andrea Borgeson, 18, sponsored by Harvard Rotary Club Crowning the winner will be the reigning Miss McHenry County, Diane Van Dorn of Lake in the Hills. School Registration Time It is time to register your children for school in August. The following information may be used as reference during the coming weeks. *1. Registration will be held at Huntley High School on August 8 for Grade School and August 9 for High School. At this time, registration forms will be completed, fees will be paid and physical/ immunization forms due for K, Sth and 9th graders. *2. Fees for 1989/90 will include the following: Textbooks: K $19; 1-12 $38 Drivers Ed: $50 Band & Chorus 9-12: (uniform cleaning] $5/year Athletics 6-12: $20/sport Cheerleading 6-12: $10/sport Color Guard 6-12: $10/year Towels 6-12: $12/year Lock Fee 6-12: $2/year Assembly Fee K-12: $3/year (optional) Excess Accident Insurance (optional) K-6: $6/year (school time only) 7-12: $12/year (school time only) K-12: $39/year (24 hour) Football: $42/year Life Insurance: $l/year Dental: $3/year *3. Fees for textbooks, towels and 1st semester classes will be due at registration. After registrations, fees may be paid at the office. *4. Fees for 2nd semester will be payable in January. *5. Fees for athletics, cheerleading, and color guard must be paid before the first game of the season. Linda Borchart of Huntlsy, Chairman of the Miss McHenry County Fair Pageant and Huntley Queen Candidate, Sherri Ottley, recently attended a dinner for the candidates, fair board members and the press. *6. Unless arrangements for payment are made, students will be dropped from classes or activities for which fees are unpaid by: Sept. 5 for 1st semester classes Jan. 19 for 2nd semester classes The first game for athletics/cheerleading/color guard *7. Partial payment of fees will be applied in the following order: (1) textbooks, (2) towels, (3) classroom courses, (4) athletics/activities, (5) insurance "'8. Students that enroll anytime during the 1st semester will be charged the full amount for all fees. *9. Students that move out of the district during 1st semester will receive 50% refund for textbooks, prorated kindergarten bus refund and prorated milk refund. No other refunds will be given. *10. Students that enroll during the 2nd semester will be charged one-half of the textbook and towel fees and other fees as applicable. "'11. Students that move out of the district during 2nd semester will receive prorated kindergarten bus refund and prorated milk refund. No other refunds will be given. Please contact the school, 669-5171, if further information is needed. July 29 Benefit For Dan Schaller "A Day in the Park" benefit for Dan "Monkey" Schaller is scheduled for Saturday, July 29, beginning at noon in Huntley's Deicke Park. The event includes roast pig with accompanying side-dishes and refreshments. The Huntley Jaycees will be directing the childrens games, which will include a candy scramble, balloon toss and various races. Games will begin about 2:00 and small prizes will be awarded. A schedule will be posted at the park. Music is provided by disc jockey Mike Hoffman and the band "Toby Berry and the Sportsmen". Tickets are $10 with all proceeds going to Dan and his wife, Julie. Tickets are available at Huntley Supermarket, Parkside Tap, Realty World, Village Inn and S.S. Clipper in Huntley; American Bar ii Grill in Gilberts; and The Cottage and The Clip Joynt in Crystal Lake. Dan got his nickname (Monkey) because he was good at climbing trees. His tragic fall on March 31 at a Marengo construction site resulted in a broken neck and damage to his spinal column. He spent a month in the hospital. Eventually transported to the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago he's been undergoing I therapy on his arms, legs and shoulders to keep the muscles mobile. Though there is some feeling in his biceps, he is paralyzed from the chest down. Schaller is concentrating on being able to work computer and typewriter keyboards. The insurance is taking care of most of the medical expenses but other expenses must also be met. They plan to use the benefit money to remodel their newly built home in Lake-in-the-HiUs. He needs a special lift, costing about $6,000, to reach the second floor. Doorways must be widened and the bathroom made handicap accessible. It's wonderful to see how one town came together for one person. As Julie Schaller said, "He has the best friends in the entire world. It really chokes you up." SEE YOU THERE-AT THE FAIR!
|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|