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"^ HUNTLEY ^^«rf« VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 23 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1971 — PHONE — 669-5621 • U No Answer 459-0998 Home Phone 459-0995 B PAGES Trinity's 5th Centenial Celebration Trinity Lutheran Church, Hunl¬ loy, will conduct the fifth of its contennial observances Sunday, September 12, 1971. Designated as "Christian Kducation Sunday" the 8 and 10; 15 a.m. services will lay omphasi? on tho importance of ohtirch-relatod educational agencies, Guo.-t speaker for the day will bo tho Rov. Martin W. Baumgaortnor, a ministerial son of the congrega¬ tion. Rov. Baumgaertner is a Lt. (ol. (retired) of tho U.S. Army and Air Force, having served twenty- four year.s in tho militaiy. Recent¬ ly ho wci.s awarded coveted St. Mir- lin of Tours Modal f<ir outstanding service as Military Chaplain. In amas.sing his twenty-four yoars of .service ;ls a commissioned officer, Chaplain Baumgaertner spent twelve of those yoars overseas in South .\niorica, huropo and Asia; four years cf combat including the Hor- mandy Inv.usion with Patton's Third Army. The chaplain wa.s injured near Bist/igno in tne 'Battle of tho Bidgo.' He acted as engino<'r com¬ bat chaplain, a jump-padre with the famed S2nd Airborne, and a tempor¬ ary Inirfrormoistcr of occupied Gor¬ man cities. Baumg-aortner also nego¬ tiated tho surrender of the Hungar- 1:01 "River Fleet'' on the Danube during the latter days of the Euro¬ pean conflict. Since his retiremotit fr::m the military. Rev. Baumgaertner his been engaged as Director of Finan¬ cial Aid at Valparaiso University and since 1970 has sorved as as- ¦•¦,)ciato pastor of .Ascension Luth¬ eran Church. Charlotte. North Caro¬ lina. Following tlio 10:15 service tho congregation will hold a pot-luck luncheon in the church parlors. Sev¬ eral daughters of the congregation serving as Christian Day School tcachors will bo presenting a brief program along with loaders of the Sunday .school and Mid-wook 5>chool of Religion. Friends in the area are invited t) share tho day at Huntloy. LWML Workshop ¦| he Liitlioran Women's Missionary League. Circuit No. 9, will hold a fall Christian Growth Workshop, Soptombor 15, 1971, at St. Pauls Lutheran Church, Hai-vard, 111. Rovtrond Russell illion, pastor of /.ion Lutheran Church. .Marengo, will speak on the theme of the work¬ shop, "Bo Ye Doers of The Word." Rcgi.stratiun will begin at 9:.V) a.m. Tho registration fee of SI.25 will include a luncheon .served by the ladies of St. Pauls. lhe public is invited. Road Signs Damaged Throughout County Accelerated patrol by the McHen¬ ry County Sheriffs Department has resulted in the surest of an area youth for wilfully damaging high¬ way signs. Each sign damaged costs the highway department 20.00 to $.10.00 and vandalism of this typo can cause a serious accident. Removal of traffic control devices or signs is a .serious offense. Viola¬ tors can be finetl up to S 100.00 or be imprisoned in the county jail for up to 6 months. FRANK PARISFK PO 192 HUNTLEY, ILL BE SUKE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 cents per copf It didn't take Uie Huskies of Northem Illinois Univrrsilv's footbiUI t»'am ver> Innc to decide the inimediatt* enal of the 1971 camnnien when they repoit<-d for fall priiclire August 21 — BKAT WIS¬ CONSIN: The Huskies will invade Madison Sept. H for the season opener with the Badgers of Coiuh .lohn .lardine. It wi'l mark the first NIU encounter with a Big Ten football foe. Among the 78 candidates battling for positions are; four fonner all-star prep gridders fro mthe local area. They are pictured here with head coach .Terry Ippoliti, who is pointing to the 1971 Enrollment at Huntley School Tho Following are the enrollment figures for the Huntley School Dist rid 158. GRADE SCHOOL — K 42 Ist ,52 2nd 48 3rd 69 4th .... 56 5th 67 6lh 72 7th 71 8th .... 70 Special Ed 7 Total in Grade School 554 HIGH SCHOOL — Fresh ... 54 Soph 52 Jr 55 Sr 55 School Calendar .S-eptombor 17 — Football - Moosehart - Home September 20 --- Fr.-So. FcKitball 4 15 Away September 21 — P.T.A. - 8 P.M. September 24 — No school - In¬ stitute. Soptombor 25 — Football - Hampshire - Away September 29 — Fr.-So. Ftxrtball 4:15 - Home primary target, as Defensi\e S«»condary Coach Otis Wagner (far right) apijroves with a smile. Group in¬ cludes, from the left, .Mark Kellar (31) (Carpenterig- vlllc-Irvhig Crown), Offensive Co-Captaln Steve Goehl (29) (Huntley), John Silker (82) (Woodstock), and Roger Tassaglia (14) (Carj-Grove). Huskies will r<!tum to friendly Astroturf in Northem Stardium for home opener S«>pt. 18 against Pacific Coach Ath¬ letic Association Co-Champion, Long lleacb, (Calif.) State College. Redshins 1st Graitie September 17 Total in High School 216 Total in District . . • ¦ 765 The Junior womens Ciix:^le of tho First Cungregational Church, Hunt¬ ley, will hold a bake sale, Satur¬ day, September 18th from 9:00 A.M. till Noon in the Church's Social Hall Menu of the Week MENU WEEK OF 9-13 - 9-17 Monday — Hamburger on Bun. Catsup and Mu.stard. Potato Chips, Buttered corn or mi.xod fruit. Pea¬ nut butter sandwiches. Milk. Tue.sday — Italian Sp'aghotti, Let¬ tuce saLid with Ru.ssian dressing, Apple sauce, Italian Bread, Milk. Wednesday — Salisbury Steak and gravy. Mashed potatoes, Vegetables, Buttered Bread, Strawberry jello with whipped cream. Milk. Thursday — Baked Beans and wieners, (plain or on a bun), Rolis'h and mustard. Carrot and Celery sticks. Buttered bread. Dessert, Milk, Friday - Orango Juice, Tuna and Noodles, Vegetables, Buttered Broad, Homemade cookies. Milk, FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1971 • 1972 Sept. 17 — Mooseheart, Home. Sept. 25 — Hampshire. Away. Ocl. I — Central, Home. Oct. 8 — North Boone, Home. Oct. 15 — Earlville, Away, Oct. 2.1 — Richmond, Home. Oct. 30 — Hebron, Away. Nov. 5 — Hiiawatha, Away. Nov. 12 — Genoa, Away.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|