The Huntley Farmside
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^e HUNTLEY ^o*»«8irfe VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 43 THURSDAY, JANUARY «8, 1971 — PHONB ~ 669-5621 - a No Aoiwer 459-0998 6 PAGES FRAMV. PARISEK RT. 1 ^iii^^S^'^iRYASrWfiHT, THEN GO AHEAD- — David Crockett 7 ceata per copy at Row J uuu l.iik, (tCo/ge l:.we,^ liaxwin Campbell, Rick Master, PhU Lbidsey, Mark Ostrander, Curt MitcheU (Myr), (Back Row) Mark Yurs (Mgr), Glen Borhart, Len Borhart, Pat Doaahue, Tom Kaisow, Ed Ream (Front Row) Mike Schweiger, Bd Brandwein, Randy Bdoy, Don Scfaleser, Steve Sdiachtner^ Mike Stedhig, Ron Master, Larry Ddaney, Gary Moore, (Back Row) CuH Mttcbdl (Mgr), Mark Yurs, Steve Von Acker, (Coach), Mike Zorica, Dave Scbmltendorf, Steve Nevel, I^onl MMft^ (Mgr) DeWayne Stadia Pha«a Beverly Albrecht Receives DAR Award BUI Isenhart, Terry BaU. Scott Harm. Greg Uadsey, Graat Mwka. Paid Mattingly (Mgr), Glea Delaney, (Coach), DeWayne Stndio Phot* Student's and Faculty of Hnall«r High Sdiool have aeledad Beveiiy Albrecfat to receive tiie Daaititarf of the American |trvahtto» Qopd Ctttaaa Aw«d. S^9C|Miira« oiade oa'fifil>ai^~onSipHiiSa%; Birv-^ ice, Leodei^p, and Patriotiam. Miss Albnacfat la tiie dB««ht«^ of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Albredit, 7204 Kaligua Road, Hunttey, is one of I3iree chUdren. Hie Huntley Senior girl is preai¬ dent of her class, Co-Editor of the Year Book, Future Teadiers Asso¬ ciation, president, Latin Club,> prea¬ ident, Editor of tfae Studrat Paper and a Member of the National Honor Sodetjr. Slie also received a >^ommendation" for National Merit Examinations. Band and Chorus also provide outtets for her t^nta. Miss Albtodit finds many Com¬ munity adivtties are of faitereat to her. Sfae Is serving as the McHenty County 4-H Treasm^r and has woo the County 4-H PubUc SpeaUng Contest. Last summer she was chosen for Girl's State. At Trinity Lutheran CSiurch of Hundey she takes a regular turn as Organist and is also a Sunday adioal teacher. Her plans for next year are to prepare for a teaching career at Concordia Teadiers Coilege. PTA Baeketball Success To the large number of people who contributed toward making the Huntiey PTA baskettiaU game a 'uocess. last Saturday ninht tumed out to be a big Tronk You. Tlie Thank You came fai tfae form ot » really large crowd having a very fun time. In addition, the PTA now has a little over $300.00 net profit for its project at the scfaool. The first game sailr Union Spec¬ ial batUe Hopples CUppers, while tfae last game was between Chucka Tapperis and tfae scfaool facsltf team. In Between the two ia«itt gimes, tiul Brd and 4tii gr^HNAf' Ushtod ti4Cl«ua, the band-p^jif and )fte e^ Ifuard prvwdted «r AfDOtiean l«r. Ttiere was « beaa^l- fal cake in oe tena ot an tirpkim. . It b laally great to set the eoos- manity oome out and aopiport tae cflbrtt of * U those paopla M many age leveis aad wiiki otf Ufa wtw wwfcad hard to prwait tlwlMNli«t> ban evanhv for tkfimiti «$ ijm PTA and lis work. I^aaka ai|ltt.
|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|