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USPS 580-360 VOLUME 1&-NUMBER 41 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1979 , PHONE- 669-562Mf no aaiWer IbiJI 4591456 or 459-0998 FRAriK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY, ILL PAGES SnViNG THE PEOPLE OF HUNTIJSnfflCE 19M •5c PEE COPY PENGUINS GIVE SCOUTS SNOWMOBILE RIDES \ .V January 28th fifty Girl and Boy Scouts from the Huntley area met at McHenry FS. Rides were given to them by the Huntley Penguins members. Fifteen machines took the children on a course behind FS. Each child stood in line taking several turns of enjoyment. Hot chocolate warmed their tummys and a film n snowmobiling was presented for their education and pleasure. Everyone enjoyed themselves on the beautiful day. It was all made possible with the cooperation of McHenry FS and Bill Seiler. Thank you! February 6th is our next meeting and only four more meetings are scheduled for this year. So, this means the last three months will deal mainly on changing Bi Laws and re-electing officers. Please attend and happy snowmobiling! Also, coming up on the 10th and llth of February is our two day Pocker Run. Hope you can all make it so mark your calendars! tS Whipped potatoes, Buttercc carrots, Bread & butter. Apple¬ sauce, and milk. Wednesday - Beef chop suey w/rice. Buttered vegetable. Bread & butter. Yellow cake w/vanilla frosting, and milk. Thursday - Salisbury steak w/buttered noodles, Lime vege¬ table jello, Bread & butter. Chocolate chip cookie, and milk. Friday - Oven fried fish w/t«rtar sauce. Whipped pota¬ toes. Cole slaw, Bread & butter, Sliced fruit, and milk. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU MENU 2/5-9/79 Monday - Hamburger on a bun, plain or w/cheese, French fries. Buttered Cora, Oatmeal cookie, and milk. ' Tuesday - Meatloaf w/gravy, "^m WE'RE NUMBER 1 CONGRATULATIONS BOWLING TEAM - after being 3rd for the entire 1st round. For the sixth year in a row over the past seven years, Huntley High School Girls Bowling Team were conference champs. Of cours' these results were very upset ting to Hampshire. 4182 Huntley 4046 Mooseheart 4019 Hampshire 4001 Genoa-Kingston 3825 Hiawatha 3309 Central 2916 Earlville Pat Hansen averaged 150 foi all 6 games. Connie Marsl averaged 144 and Lori Keam averaged 142. Winning the districts thi coming Saturday at Bowl-Hi wi: mean Huntleys 5th trips to th'. state tourney. Of course Hampshire thinks that they an going. Thanks to all the supporters this past Saturda\ and hopefully for this nex SatMday. We have a meet this Tuesda and Thursday at home. Saturday is the districts a 11:00. Accumulated Points for thc Girl's Copley Trophy: Alden-Hebron 3 Central 13.5 Eariville 8 Genoa-Kingston 9 Hampshire 14.5 Hiawatha 16 Huntley 18.5 Moosehart 10 R. B. 6.5 W.C. 5 Hiph Games: 19i <^neri Burke-Hampshire 183 Beth Anderson-G. K. 181 Lisa Nolan-Moosehart 180 Cheri Burke-Hampshire 176 Connie Marsh-Huntley High Series: 516 Cheri Burke-Hampshire 481 Li.iNolan-Mooseheart 464 Cheri Burke-Hampshire 462 S; .1 Banks-Hiawatha 461 Connie Marsh-Huntley WILL WE KEEP THIS GYM OR GET A NEW ONE? THAT IS THE QUESTION Despite the vivid imagina¬ tions of a few who have claimed that the gym walls are warped and the whole structure must be replaced, the structural engi¬ neers' report is not in. He is still studying the drawing plans after checking out the whole structure The report is due this week according to Dr. Bunt. The structural engineer ruled that the gym was not safe as a precaution until he completes his findings. Crews to remove the gym floor still have not been given the go ahead. Dr. Bunt stated that the engineer had told him that the south wall had moved one inch but Dr. B.unt did not know how serious this was. He also said that they intended to rebuild the lobby structure the right way with ample support. The school will inform resi¬ dents of the structural report as soon as it becomes available accoring to Dr. Bunt. Ray Plote donates $400 Seniors to Januarys, 1979 Mr. Donald Enstrom, President Village of Huntley 58 East Coral Street Huntley, Illinois 60142 Gentlemen, In appreciation for the co operation received by Rept Development Inc. over the pas year from the Village Board Planning Commission, Zoning Board and other various de¬ partments within the Village of Huntley, we would like to express our gratitude for your time and efforts. We ?re very much aware ot your special interest, volunteer¬ ed time, and planned activities for the Senior Citizens of Huntley, therefore, in behalf of all your Village Officials, please accept the enclosed check made payable to the Huntley Senior Citizens Fund. May you all share in good health and happiness for the coming year, and thank you for allowing us to be a small part of this very wonderful philanthrop¬ ic cause of yours. Respectful^, Raymond E, Plote, President Repco Development LIONS CLUB MEETING Seventy members of the Algonquin and Huntley Lions Club met January 23 at the American Legion Home in Huntley. The American Legion Auxiliary served a delicious roast beef dinner. Lion Norm Cart'-llli led in singing "God Bless America". Lion Dennis Sandbloom led with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Lion John Dehmlow, District Chap¬ lain, gave the Invocation. Lions Herbie Thurow and Ed Hart¬ mann held prize drawings. President Rudsinski reminds members that a great deal of help is needed for the Grade School Basketball Tonraament to be held in the Grade School Gymnasium Feb. 1, 5, 6. 7, & 8. Zone meeting will be Feb. Sth at the Timbers Restaurant in Woodstock. Those desiring to go are asked to contact the President. Several Lions and wives attended the Bowling Tourney in Glendale Heights Sunday, January 28, with sever¬ al top prizes going to Huntley. Next regular meeting will be February 13. with a Bo<i4 meeting preceeding. C.A.C. FOOL'S FOLLIES The Huntley C.A.C. will be presenting it's Annual Fools Follies of 1979 on April 21. For the show this year there are only fifteen live advertise¬ ments. Anyone wishing to purchase a live advertisement please phone 669-5078 by Monday. February 5.
|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|