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"^ HUNTLEY. "Sfo^frfe . If Nl Volume 17-Number 15 Thursday, July 15,1976 - PHONE - 669-5621 V.;^«er 459-1456 /459-0998 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY, ILL 2 sections . SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCEr(!960 | !St PKRCOPY* PIRATES COME IN 1st PLACE The Pirates Little League team coached by Dick Staulbaum took first place last Monday night, July 12th. Members of the team from left to right are as follows: Back row - Kevin Biechoffer, Lenny Allen, Kenny Allen, Brad Conrad and Jim Marsh, Front row - Chris Plane, Ted Manning, Brian Biechoffer, Paul Manning, Craig Roeslein and Chris Seiler. Abscent Dale Anderson The Cubs directed by Bob Kunde and Dennis Altergott are pictured above. Back row - Harold Hansen, Dave Conrad, Dave Hamby and Jeff Schwartz. Front row - Scott Kunde, Dave Plote, Scott Altergott, Steve Slipik and Matt Ebert. Absent were Ken Urban, Allen Jacobs and Dan Susong. ¦ ¦' ^ ar , f ¦ '- ' ,.-' .r ^ The second place winners were the Dodgers coached by Jim Ketchmark and Dennis Ackerberg. Baek row - James Hamby. Mike Grechis, Paul Looney, Todd Clark Front row - Scott O'Brien, Toss Ream, Carl Frank, Dale Pfaff, Mike Lohneis and Erwin Looney. Abscent Allen Fettes. Pictured above are the Giants who were coached by Roger Beth, Bob Burfield and Paul Ericson. Back row - Dan Ziller, Mike Starnes, Paul Schultz, Dale Fitzgerald, Rich Sodko, Dan Mc Mahon. Front row - Randy Starnes, Billy Mc Gee, Steve Henning, Brian Fettes, Wallace Burfield and Doug Waddingham, Not shown are the sox team who left before their picture could be taken. The coaches were Jim Ervin and Bill Eisenmenger. Members of the team are Chris Pupich. Chuck Waddingham, Bill Weirich, James Hare, Mike Smith, Gerry DeDina, Ron Smith, Phil Kearns, Bill Coker, Mike Grismer, David Hare and Paul Zeglauer. BANK EMPLOYEES DRESS IN COSTUME Despite a shortage of players, the Braves gave it a good try as they came in 3rd, receiving certificates for their award. They were coached by Dick Spears and Bob Hight, Back row - John Spears and Brian Spears. Front row - Tom Hight, John Kastning, Tim Van Acker, Pat Schwerger. Absent were Dave Richmond, Dave Lamz, Jim Blank, Todd Susanke, Pat Fettes and Jim Grechis. IMPORTANT MEETINGtll Tuesday, July 20th, 7:30pm - Hontley Anniversary Committee - VILLAGE HALL Everyone who haa anjrthing to do wtth the celebration of Aagnst 14th and 15th pleaae attend so that we might finalize oor plans. Louise Kreutzer, Chairman Huntiey 125th Annlversay Corp. ALL HUNTLEY RESIDENTS! 11 During the dry period there will be NO .SPRINKLING OF LAWNS until further notice. Garden"; can be watered after sunset. Water Department. Pictured above are the employees of the State Bank of Huntiey, whodressed in Bicentennial costumes last week in honor of the 4th of July. The employees wore their costumes for two days while carrying on their regular banking jobs. Wayne Miller, President of the State Bank of Huntiey, said that they intend to dress in Bicentennial costum« for the 125th Anniversary celebrationin August. HUNTLEY UONS CLUB NEWS The winner of the Vacation for two was Gonzalo Alvina of Dun¬ dee. The winning ticket was sold by Lion Dick Swanson who is on the same bowling team as Mr. Alvina. The next meeting of the Huntley Lions Club will be a special one and will be held at Pineerest Golf and Country Club July 27, at 7:30 P.M. Those attending are asked to call Chuck Lamb 669-5520 for dinner choice of chicken or steak. Call before July 26th. All monies are asked to be tumed to Lion Dennis Rudsin¬ ski, so that the BarBQ receipts may bie tallied. HA WAD TOUR- UONS INTERNA'nONAL Chuck Lamb Saturday June 19 Mr. & Mrs. Del Borhart picked us up at 12:30 PM to go to O' Hare Field. The plane lifted off at 4:15 PM bound for Los Angeles and Honolulu. We arrived LA at 5:45 PDT. Leaving again at 7:35 PM. we arrived in Honolulu at 9:30 Honolulu Time. After a tradition¬ al Lei greeting we were transport¬ ed by bus to the Ala Moana Hotel. Many Lions from Dundee and Elgin and other Illinois cities were with us. John & Mabel Poeschl (Mrs. Glen Delaney's parents) were in our group also. At the briefing at 8:00 AM the next moming, we were given optional tours to look over and purchase for the 2 weeks we were to be there. Sunday, June 20th. at 1:00 PM we took the tour of the city, going also to the Punrlihowl National Cemetery, where tho landscape is really beautifully laid out-thousands of military person¬ nel are buried there, along with famous Ernie Pylf. At 5:00 PM we were picked up again at our hotel, and taken to Sea Life Park for a Luau and show. The dolphins and whales were certain¬ ly trained well. Del and Fran and Frieda liked the luau food, but to be honest, I did not. The Polyne¬ sian show afterward was some¬ thing to behold. The various ceremonial movements and hulas were good. Several Lions were called upon the stage to partici¬ pate, including Dr. Stanley Tyl- man, whom the Huntley Lions Club members know, I must add here that our tour bus drivers were all called Cousin so-and-so and they gave a running commen¬ tary of all the sights, could name the Various flowers and trees, and kept the singing of songs going¬ like "Pearly shells"-etc. Anyway, on the way back from Sea Life Park which was some 1 hour • away-we all sang, and everyone shouts "Aloha" when that is spoken to them. Back to the Hotel at midnite. Monday-June 21st. 7:00 AM John and Mabel had breakfast with Frieda and I. At 8:30 AM Del and Fran, Frieda and I were picked up again by the tour bus and taken on the Pearl Harbor Cruise, which brought back a lot of memories to me. Pearl Harbor was my home port for some time during the War. This was a very lengthly cruise, and the day was very clear, so Del must have some good pictures. I '
|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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|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|