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he iluntleii 3mmi\hs 9 ^ USPS 580.-11^ _ Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, MAY 24,1984 VOLUME 2S-NUMBER 8 312:^9 SaKVrtO THE FBOflB OPmmVn^MCB WW ^ Norm Brettschneider Named IJon Of The Year « Norm Brettschneider was turned Uon of the Year by the Hondey lions Qub at their regular meeting held last Tuesday at tbe Huntley American Legion. Uon BrettKhneidCT was completeiy vMware of tfae honor. natU halfwyy through Uon Eddie Meagher's Roast. During the early part of the roast, BrettKhneider was chuddlng over the amusing characterasatlon of The Lion of the Year. It was not until, tiw speaker, who looked like a leprachan, gave our subject's date of birth and said that his tether spent two days in a bar after taking his first look at his infant Hearing Mobtte Memorial Day Coming Parade A Free hearing mobile for son, that our subject realized tiiat he was Uon of die Year. At this point, be broke Into hysterics, afterwhlch he cnnpletely lost Us vt^. Tbe second part of the Roast was c<nd8cted by Uon Clmdc Ruth, ;Nrhase gcstaret aind dlacr^^ve passages rivaled thoie of Us 'llln«ttioaa-Cith»r. The award, the Ughest^hren'Daf by Ifae local dub to anlndividilariaember, waa presented by Ucn Del Borhart. Lion Brettschneider, has served as Uon President and on the board of directors aad has been a member of the club for many yean. adults will be in Huntley June 19tii, f^om 2 to 7 pm. It will be at Woodstock St, next to the American Legion and across from the Post Office. It is being sponsored by the Hundey Uoness St Lions Oubs. Please come and get your hearing tested. Registration For School Summer Session Registration for tiie Hunt¬ ley Gnde School Summer Session is currendy in progress. Gasses indude computer aunps for beginners or advanced students or adults, reading review, math review, language arts review and television production. Registration forms were sent home with elementary and junior high students, or call the grade school office at 669-5108. aass sizes wiU be Ufflited, and formed on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes for computer camp and television production start June 11. Review dasses start July 9. Classes are fbr intereat¬ ed strudents and adults only, and are not fbr credit Registra¬ tion ends this Friday, May 25. Fourtii through Eighth graders may sign up for computer camp lorn. *Parade from the Huntley American Legion Home to tiie Huntley Cemetery starting at 10:30 am. 'Services at the Cemetery: Invocation: Rev. Father Eugene Paiker, St Mary's CatiioUc Church, Huntiey. Placing of Memorial Wreath at base of Flag PtAe: Boy Scouts Musical Composition: In Flan¬ ders Held American Salute: Huntiey High School Band under the dbection of Mr. Gary Glowacz. Speaker: ^t Amerkan Legion lltii District Commander Virgil Banker. Introductions: Firing Squad: Huntiey and Union American Legion Posts. National Antiiem: Huntiey iUgh School Band under tbe direction of Mr. Gary Glowacz. Taps: Benediction: Rev. Father Eu¬ gene Parker, St Mary's Catiid- ic Church, Huntley. The observance of Memorial Day is an American tradition which began during the CMI War. Altiiough it b^an as an occasion to honor tiie dead of all wars. Memorial Day has since become a time fbr tbe decoration of graves of funUy and Criends. Memorial Day is an ail-American h<41day, a day which has Iti roots In tfae war whkh had tiireatened to spUt :onr young repubUc in two. Bake Sale Reminder Don'tforget tfae Bake Sale on Satnrday May 26tii. It to sponsored by tfae Congregatioo^ al Church Senior Ifigh Fdlow- sh^. Bakery items wHl be sold at tiie Post Oflloe aad tiw State Bank of Hnntley from 9 am to 12 noon. Tbe young pec^ are raising ftinds fbr tiieir Work- Camp tUs sununer and yonr support win be greatly apfwed- ated. Contributions of bakery Hems are welcome. Caramel Com !Day A Success The Hundey Uoneas Qnb had a very snccessfbl Caramel Com Day campaign on Friday, May 4, 1984 to benefit tbe bUnd, visually impaired, deaf aad hearing impaired. Through tUs campaign we are able to li^ qionaor such community projects as tfae hearing mobile which will be in Hundey on Jnne 19tfa, 1964 frnn 2 to 7 pm. "We wtoh to tiiaak tiw community fbr Its support, aad we abo want to add a spedal thank you to tiw businesses tfaat helped underwrite tfae caramd com coats", said Betty Afarens, Chafaman. Among those businesses were: Ace Hardware Alliance Contractors Bakley ConstracttonCo. Barton Heating ft Plumbing CoBtiaued oo page 4 Uoness News Hundey Uoness met Wed- Hundey Tuesday, Jnne 19. it nesday. May 16 at the Legion. Two guests were welcomed, fimn Borhart led tiw pledge. The National Antiwm was sung witfa May Cheaak at tiw piano. Betty Ahrens handed out appreciation certifkatea to 16 members who worked on I Caramel Com Days. 60% of the proceeds ($702.60) goes to Uon's International to faelp finance tiwlr sight and sound projects. 40% ($468.50) stays with the local Uoness Gub to assist people In tiw community who are in need. The Miss Huntley Pageant will be held in the near future. Watch for tiw date. Our Gub Charter has been placed in tiw Legion for all to see. Library donations have been given to the school by numerous organizations. We are happy ao maity peof^ are- willing to support thto project Our preddent attended a Uoness meeting at Otiberti. She invited tfae prudent to attead one of onr meetings aad alao Invited tfaem to a ftstore pot-taet-——--^__, Tfae Heariag Mobile #&lw4B^^HkMtoin^ wQI be oor goMti. Miss Huntley Pageant Thto year's Miss Hnatiey dtoconttaue tiw PSgeaat If It ia will be parked by tiw L^ob. AO tfae equipment to contained Inside tiw mobile. Two years agotfae testing was done in tfae Legion. Uoness wiU march in tfae Huntiey Memorial Day parade. Robin Spinolas was Inatalled ara member by Don Bower. She was welcomed Into tfae group. Gall Wasserstrass was her sponsor. Don Bower spoke on nwmber- sh^, stressing 4 I's, Invite, Indoctrinate, Induct and In¬ volve. First a Uoness Gub to a service chib. Members dedicate their eCTorti to help a commun¬ ity by worting togetiwr for others. Bev Hartmann served re- fieshnwnto. The gavel presented to tfae incoming president OaU Waaa- erstrass, at lostaUation Night tiiat mysteriousty disappeared has not been found yet Gall hopes it win be back by awarda night Our next meeting wfll be aa Awards Diaaer at Crystal Woods-Joaa 20. Mr. * Mt*. Bd aad Mr. Jk Mn. DmoHb Pageant to stUl In tfae piftthig stiges and you lovely ladlea oat there stiU have time to enter. The deadHne to June 1st aad tfae qKmsoriag Uoness Gub to hopiag to get some mote entrants. It would be a ahaaw to faave to dtoconttaned, Hbadey wUl haw no repteaentsdon in tfae Mc¬ Henry County Queen Contest So pleaae giris, get fai contact witfa tfae Mbs Hundey Commit- tse. Can dtiwr Liada Borcfaart at 669-5960 or Oafl Waaser- strass at 669-5803. President Elect Sells Poppies Fktured above to Huatley Anwrkaa LegiaB Auxiliary's Prealdeat Elect Mrs. Dougfau Mdahn, a^ag popplea la ttoait at BOl's >^Uage Inn laat Friday, May IMi. Resaha of Poppy salea are aot avaOable at tUs time, however, an AwdUary Spcfcnwonaa stated tiiat the Huntiey Unit did very wdl. The proceeds from Poppy Day go to disabled veterans. Mrs. Mdafaa iHR be tnstaOed aa Vvit President on Auguat 4tfa at tfae aaaoal jobit Le|^oii/A«xittaiy InataUadoB at tfae Huadey Post Home.
|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|