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9T«e '^aimside VOLUME IB - NUMBER $0, 51, 52 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 — PHONS — Mf-M21 • ff Ne Answer 459-e9M PO 132 10 PAGES IB SURE YOU Al^'^kkk^. "iBlA^ AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 ceata per osf« Jerry Ippoliti, Speaker at Athletic Banquet The enthusiastic, energetic, ler¬ ry Ippoliti, Northern lllinois's I3tli h»ad football coach will be the speaker of the Himtley l.inns Sports . (iianer. Coach Ippoliiti (pironounoed eye^pol-lhrtee) wiHI speak to the Huntley athletes Apiil II. The an¬ nual dinner is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the fire station. This past season was Ws first as the hcad coach of Nonlhcm. Tho sp(?aker came to N.I.U. as back- (iead coach with Dtx Uricsh in 1969. In 1966 Ippoliti became tlhc back- Registration For Kindergarten Apr. 11 Kindergarten registration will lie held on Tuesday, April 11 fnom 9:00 - 12:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:0On p.m. at the grade school office, ftu^its (rf dhildren bom on or before 11-30-67 are to register for the 72-73 school year. Please bring child's birth certificate. Appoint¬ ments will be made for kindergar¬ ten visitation and for vision and hearing screeaiings. field ooach at Buffalo under Urich. He also had ooadied for seven years in hl^ schools in the stato ¦of Ohio. Hiuitley's Steve Coelil is being I'ecognized at the dinner for his contribution lo the N.I.U. football team. Ticket.s for tihe dinner can be purchased at the Huntley school district office any school day be¬ tween 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. and at Chuck's Barber Shop. NOTICE lhe County Clerk's Office will be open c«i Saturday, April I, 1972, fttom 8:30 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. TWs wili enable registened voters to vote an absentee ballot for the April 4, 1972, County Board Mem¬ bers, General Election. April 1st, is the last day an absentee ballet m^ be voted in tlhds office. We vrtll be closed Frjday, M«t* 31st. Good Friday. Yours truly, Vemon W. Kays OoiH*y Clerk Preschool Vision and Hearing Screening "Lazy Eye Blindness^" Amblyopia ex mapsia, can be prevented. It is due ito a (iuld's inability to de¬ velop oontrct or reading- vision in one eye. It affe<rts approximately 3% to 4% of all children in the United Staites- If found and treated at an early age, funblyopia ex £mop- sia is usually correctable. A sim(de screening te;* given betWeen tbe ages (rf 3 through 5 can find the child using only one eye. A Hearing loss may result in communication, learning, and emo¬ tional problems for young children. The most oommon conditions tlhiat result in childhood hearing pfoh- lems are allergies, respiratory in¬ fections, chilKSiood diseases, and ac¬ cidental blows to the iiead. Early identification and apiMX>i»nate care can cornea 80% of young cbiidren's hearing problans. Oiildren 3 through 5 yeiars will be registered on Tuesday, April 11, 1972 at Huntley Grade Sctiool, 123 Lincoln Ave., Huntley, 111. between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. aod 1 pjn. and Continned on Back Page PRE-SCHOOL 20 Confirmed At Trinity Lutheran Church Twenty bays and girls fnim the 1972 Conlimiation Class at Trinr ity Lutheran Churdh were Confirm¬ ed cn Palm Sunday at tho 10:15 Service. Those Confirmed were: Claudia SiK? Bastian, I uann Marga-et Be"i- '¦ons, Lynette Marie Brt-'ttschnei- Waltor Degner. Sally Jo Delaney, H^nry ChTi'^topher Go'ifsthalk, John Philip Herming, Steven Harold Hcmcyer, Stnne Richard Jordi, Kathy Ann Kamphausen, Lee Wdll- iPm Mar'h, Loretiii Dawn Moerke, Connie Joan Nerby, Beverly Ann Nui'^n, Cindy 1 jo^i Redeker, Chiris Ann Scholz. Jean Ella Tinberg, Suo Paunela Weltzien, and Kathl(?en Ann Zirk. Theclass was presented to an overflowing <x>ngn;gntion. Each member of the clars was attiret in a whiite robe and w^re a flower prrEentcd to them by th" church. As tlheir individual names were called, t^e confirce appr'^ac^ed the ccmmuri'rn rail where a kn-'ll-^r was pliaced. Pastor Ha'm th?n blr*;- Sf'd each, said a prayer and g-ave rv i-'dividuitl BVe rnssage to each ¦"hild. The c'ass was thni w"lcomed into the church as (x>mmunic3iit mf ml^pr"!. Fcllowi^ig the s-M-vlce, i*p class wa^ ccT'.gratul'<ted by members ef the '•eneTgiarion. A picture '-i'' I.^c c'ais will appear in next weeks paper. Huntley Cub Scouts Tour Delta Air Lines Srhool Calendar March 31 — No School - Good Fri''ay April 3-7 — Spring Vaoataon April 11 — Kindergarten Regis¬ tration. April 11 — Athletic Banquet April 13 — Grade School Con¬ cert - 8 p.m. April 15 — Band & Chorus Con¬ test April 18 — Baseball - Hebron - Away April 18 — Testing of Prescliool dhdldren at Cong. Church April 19 — P.T.A. April 20 — Blackhawk Concert 10:20 a.m. , ' April 20 — B6.seball - Genoa- Kingston - Away April 21 — Oareer Day - 10th and llth Grades, Marengo April 21 — E.C.C. Seniors, 9 a.m. April 22 — Baseball, Central, Home April 24 — Sr. Announcements - Sopbomoies Ringis Atnil 25 — Baseball - Hlaiwatha, Away April 26 — VICA Banquet April 28 — Failure natioes to paratts April 29 — BasebaH, Richmond, Home Auto Fire At Jim^s Citgo Huntley Firemen were summed to Jim's Citgo Service Station last Tuesday, March 28 to extingush a fire in the cab of a sears panel truck. Ihe driver ot the truck had stop¬ ped to Bsk.directions and had park¬ ed hi3 v^de over the gas(rijne stCM^e tanlos. Uuon returning to the truck the driver ooiloed snloke which sidckly fenited into flames. lim Schmidt, owner of the stat¬ ion, and Frank Scfaolev and the driver, pushed tbe umU .trucks CosMHed oa Back Page AUTO FIRE 23 Cub Scouts, their leaders, and parents tured Delta Air Lin¬ es at O'Hare Field last Saturday, March 25. The Soouts toured 2 aiiplanes. Tihe larger being the new 747 which is over 300 feet long, stands 3 stfflies liigh and seats more than 300 people. This t^ain is so large that seats in the toutist diass are placed 7 across. The interior of the plain r^enlbles a movie theeter. It was complete even wltfa a pent¬ house. In addition to touring IMta Airlines, the Scouts were conduct¬ ed througfa tfae airport lire facilit¬ ies and shown many modem fire fighting equipment On^ fire truck the boys aaw heOd 10,000 gallons of warte aod was capable of pump¬ ing 300 gallons per mdanle. Tbe toar was conducted by Mr. Coppie of rural Huntley who is a> Captain wtb Delba Ak Lines. iO Connrmed At lst Congre'gatinocd Church SUteen members of the 1972 C(nflnnatton Class were acoqiited into membiNship ait ttie Prat Go»- gregational Church on ^alm San- day at tiie 10:45 service. Memb^^s of the class incfluded: Michael JoM^ih Baber, Mark Alan Bjom, Laurie Ann Brandwein, Oail Arm Eckman. Ellen Catlier- ing Ervin, Bavid Lee GiUJam, CatlQr Lym Grimes, Marcia Lee Hardy, Brenda Lori Lange, James James Kay Manow, David Ricb¬ ard Ostrander, Jeffery Alan Roess¬ lein Paula Jo Roesslein, Sherry Ano Sbarfleld, Bobbi Sae Teaimer. and Starr Lavon Workowski. Boutottiieres aod ^wers were piovided top memtieis of the daas by tbe Ladles Aid. A more oompiete stoty aqd pict¬ ures wtti appear in next we^cs l«per.
|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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