Chichen Barbeque A Big Success
What may prove to be the largest CUcian HHheque linld in Handey toek 'plaoe lart; Suaflay. Jnne 16th et the Hwutey Hre Station. The bfuteqa aponaored by the HuiMey lionB aub wae ailended by 1386 people. 8»4 eeling thear mei^ at the ffae Station and 502 carry outs. The Lions sold 239diildreos dinmers and 1147 adiit cBnaeiS. Tbe eiipenses in tottd figatea toe ibe bartjecpie have not been talllad. Hbwover it Is eeti- ffloited Vbat the lions maiie over $3900.00. TMb is the dub's largesf taotiey nuking olieitBdon. TVoceeds from the dimer are used for clubs kxal projecSts as weH aa dd to tfae Mind.
prMldeutnBlact lioa M^ Bwert and Ms wife PhyMs wieh to thank everytme fior tbeir genetwus sn^iport at the AflOiail Chicken Bar-B-Que. Att thow ihat beiptA, gave dona¬ tions, aooated pfc*-«p tnicfcB, let us use taUee and ctMra.- ooffee pots, etc. Also a aiwciai "TUasis «to the Fire Dept, the Ooogregatlonal diBTCh, tiie Hunrtey Scfaool, the Aniertcan Lerfon, for tbe use of their fiUOitks. The lions Qub of Hunt¬ ley tf^ anireiiates this aiot of helpftanees. -ftianks also to Trinity Lutbcran Chnrch.
Hm tienB Oub ef Hiutteiy.
On June ft, 19T4, Polke neepond- ed to a fine oaU at the Union Spedial Machine ao. Fire wae oontained to office area. Upon inive*ls)Bita>n the Hnntley Police depaitnwnt arrested Eddie L. Lyle, 25, from QystaJ Lake diarging Mr. Lyle with areon In <JDOna(*ion wSh the tbe. Court date is July 1, 1974.
June 8, 1974, Police Department, lesponded to Uxc^er aiarnte thiough- out the oommnnlty. The bvaldings wore cbedted pod found to be se- OMe.
June 8, 1974, Police were eailed to an aocident on N. Church St. where a driver of a vehkie re?w«ted booited on a 5 s^ieed bicycle valued at $150. No charges wiere made by pobce
VaLAGE VEHICLE REOISTRATKm
The Huntley Poftce Depaitment bas been inloimed that these we« several residents wiio as of yet have not purchased their village vehiole artlcfcere. The Pdice Departmesit re- eMxm that there are many reEncms aa to why the stickers have not been puxieliaaed ThereHeirie, Chief Dzie- wibr, has sent letters feo these indi¬ viduals, In hopes that fmther aotion wil not have to be talcen by the Poiiee Department In sever^ re- quec^ that aU persons participate in the ptuxiiaBe of these alickers.
Craig Miller Receives State FFA Degree
Ortdg Mffler, the son ol Mr. MM. Bob Mflier oT Hy^tieyl JSin^i neoEMad ^State WA^ TJeStee^
^ptL^nie oH(we' was a'k'intled' tft tm^^i^ aeve«tth jMlionJ^ XbA' euewiiUon on IhunBay, Jafta 13. The State FPA Deg*e is the highest Ae^ee gnanted by the B- Unois ASBodiattoii of FFA. Only two percent of the aoiftve membeiciup receive this award based oo scholas¬ tic, leadenb^, and agiioultural ability. Crtdg w« one of 15 State FFA Continued oa editorial page FFA NEWS
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171 Attend Lutheran Bible School
Picturt'd od this page are most oi the 171 who attended Bible ScImwI at Trinity Lutheran Church last week. Children at the sduoi caate from ^1 three Huntley Chnrches. Dr. Fredrick Harm, Pastor ef tlie charclb stated that this year attendance was the largeat io recent years. .
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