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^* ^« HUNTLEY '3*««c<e VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 20. If72 — rmmK — M9-SC21 • n Na Aaswer 459-S99S FRANK PARISEK PO 192 !ru*iTL":r. ill S PAGES nut sums you are right. TBSM oo ahead** — David Crockett 7 ceats pet vy^ftp^-^.. GOING GOING PIctuTMl above is tbe old Huntley water tower as workmen begin the task ol tareing down the wooden tank. Ttis tank can no looger be used by the Village of Huntley as it is lower then the new tower and would over- School Calendar April 20 — Blackhawk Concert 10:20 a.m. April 20 — Baseball - GMioa- Kingston - Away April 21 — Career Day ¦ 10th Mtd llth Grades, Marengo AprH 21 — E.C.C. Seniors, 9 a-m. AprB 22 — Baseball, Central, Home April 24 — Sr. Announcements - Sophomoves Rings April 25 — Baseball - Hiawatha, Away April 26 — ViCA Banquet April 28 — Failure notices to parents April 29 — Baseball, Richmond, Home Junior-Senior Banquet The Junior Class erf Huntiey High School cordially invites the Alimmi of HunUey High to attend the 1972 Junior-Seiriiilor Banquet and Prom to be head on May 13, 1972, at Pheasant Run. For furtiier inftxrmH- tion call 669-5582 or 669-5612. Ban¬ quet tickets must be purchased by May 5, 1972. School Menu Menu Week of 4-24 - If^ Monday — Hot dofr (m bun, pickle relish, mustard, catsup, carrot and celery Sticks, gingerbread with Riches whip, milk. Tuesday — Meat loaf and gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered carrots, biihered carrots, baWwrwi breari, raspberry jello with Riches whip, milk. Wednesday — Soup - Chicken noodle or tomato with cnachere-, sandwiches - ham or turkey, butter¬ ed bread, chilled mix fruit, milk. Thursday — Meat balls in tom¬ ato sauce, buttered noodles, butter¬ ed green beans, buttered bread, cheese oake, millc , Friday — Piah with tartar sauce, m»hed potatoes, oole slaw, but¬ tered bread, dessert, milk. Annual FFA Banquet Friday F.F.A. Parent - Son banquetl, April 21, 7:30 P^M. at the First Congregational Church. Tickets will be on saile from any F.F.A. mem¬ ber. The banquet is open to the public. Pancake Day Success The directors of die Huntiey Medical Center report that last Sundays Annual Pancake day was a hu^ success. The total proffits for the day have not as yet been tallied, but the directors feel tfae Pancake day will equal tbose of the past, with a record crowd in at- tdance on a rainey Sunday. Those in Charge with t» tiunk all those who help to make the day a sucoeoi. Girls State Alternate Selected The altemate for mini Girts State firom Huntley Unit 673, Amer loan Leigi-on Auxiliary is Karen Boihart, dau^iter of Mr. and Mrs. Delwin Bortiart, a junior in Hunt¬ ley High Schocd. She liv^ at home home with her parents and two brothers. Glen and Clark. Her other brothers and .sister live away form home. Karen is active in the GAA, FHA and Heailth Olub. She is a student Council Member, Cheerleader, member of the the Choir at Trinity Luthem Church, Huntley, and presi¬ dent of the Walther League at the Church. On tiie average, Karen is a "B"' .student.She is employed at Bev's Village Inn and has no specific plans for the future. Music Contest Huntley High School masic de¬ partment participalted in the Illinois High School Association Music Co«v test held at Sycamore Sr. High S(;hool on Fnday and Saturday, April I4tti and IStii. The possible rartings that could be awarded were Division 1 tiirough Division IV. The band perfcamed Friday eve¬ ning and received a Division II rating. The choruses performed on Sat¬ urday. The Mxed Chons received a Division I rating both in jierform- ance and in aght reading. They were one of only two sciiools in the Class C oompetiUon to recevo a first rating in sight reading. CootUHied on Page Two — MUSIC CONTEST Two Open Houses Sunday This Sunday, April 24, an open house wUii be held at both the Huntiey Medical Center Building and Pinechrist Golf Courst. The open bouse alt the Medidal Center will last from 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. and at ttie golf dourse it will last from3 p.m. tiU 8 p.m. At ttie Medical Center residents will have en opportiinity to meet Huntiey's new Doctor, Dr. Gueveva, and James O'Lauchlin, D.D.S. Dr Guevera started his practice last Monday, April 17. The golf course will open May 1. ALMOST GONE flow. It has remained dry for some time aad the Village feared it might collaps if not dismantied. Honor Roll Little League 3rd Nine Week Period Registration *"* • '2 -Ure Hnntley little League, spon- 'A" Honor Roll - All A's — Pam. jored by die Hunttey American Le- Isenhart, Senior, Greg Landsay, gjo^ ,rin have ftign-op d^ oo art- Junior, Cindy McCofllum, Junior; loday, AptU 29. 1972 from 10 to ' Bruce Raymond, Sophomore; Elaine i o'clock. Stuffle, Sophomore; Marde Ungs, Boys, who wfll be 8 yean old be- Sophomore; Mark Yurs, Sophomore; fo^ Augast 1 and not 13 yeam Randy Grimes, Preshman; linda qM by August 1, cm phiy ball hi Kreutzer, Freshman; Scott lindsey, Littie League. Freshman. LITTLE LEAGUE "B" Honor Roll - (All B's or Name better - no Cs) - Seniors -^ John Brtfaclate Mo Day Yr. Adams, Glen Borhart, Dennis Died- Pai«nt rich, George Ewert, Peggy Habbley, A(k]reS5 ...... Sue Hennig, Oatherine Keams, Kar- ' en Kohley, Michelle Lane, Ann Plxme Number Micfnelsen, Chris Peterson, Mary ji^ form will be printed in the Schiesher, Diane Wicke. Huntiey Famside for two weeks. Juniors — Karen Borhart, Becky Fill out the form and bring to tiie Hutsler, Nancy Kopsell, Wendy Legion on Sgn-up Day, April 29. MiHer, Mark Zorica. , You can NOT sign up without this Sophomores — Ed Brandwein, information. Nert week additioaal D(«na Brittion, Leon Ch(Mn, Kevin forms wiU be on the school buUetin Coleman, Kurt Habbley, William board and at tfae Legion Home, Isenhart, Mike I.ane, Steve Schacht- Coachte, elpers and umpkes are ner. Barb Sorensen, Katiiy Swan- needed. Ask your faters cmd big s<*n- brothers to help. If interested, tfaey Frediman — Judy Aulik, Kurt can caJi 669-5949 or eome to the Continued on Page Two coaches meeting at tiie Legion on ^^^ — HONOR ROLL Monday, April 24 et 7:30 p.m. Huntley On TV Again Pictared above Wayne Miller, oT the Hontiey Medioal BolMli^ Board, Dr. lamea OTaaxhHo DDS. Dr. lose Guerava MD. lohn Drmy, ABC News, Wally Buraielster, Medical Center Board. The groop was at lhe Center test Monday when Mr. Dnay fBned a telecast report of Hnadey getting its first doctor ka aeveoi years. The Kogram was ^eaeated last Wedaesday on Chanel Seven News.
|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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