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he 3iuntleg llTarmattte GuAITON TOWNaHlPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 VOLUME 20-NUMBER 21 THURSDAY, AUGUST 28,1980 Phone 669-5621 12 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE i960 ¦BBMBiBBaaBaBaiR^BBBaBRPBBBEaaai ^SK^m NEW TEACHERS AT HUNTLEY SCHOOLS SCHOOL Ll MBIU Motkday, Septembers Bar-B-Q Beef on a ban, buttered corn, fritncH fries. Peanut Butter Cookie, and milk Taesday, September 9 Meatloaf with gravy, whipped Contlnned oa Badt Page HUNTLEY FIREMEN TAKE 1st PLACE IN I above are the new teachers at the Huntley School. They are: Back Row, left to right. Carol Guersir, 2nd Grade Teacher; Jeannie Iverson, Mf-contidned L.D. Teacher; Maiy Jo~ Collins. Title 1 Reading Tuaclltii, and Calvin Schneider, Co-op and Business Ed Teacher. Front row, left to right, Elizabeth Kruger, High School Physical Ed. Teacher; Jane Ruhberg, Resource Leaming Disabilities K-8 Teacher, and Holly Ravitz, Sodal Worker/Guidance Counselor. WATERFIGHTS Pictured above are members of the Huntley Fire Departmenrs Water Fighting Team with their first place trophies recently won. They are (left to right) Doug Jacobsen, Sth man and drag man; John Hutsler. 2nd man and captain; Gary Neperman, 4th man; Milford Brown, 3rd man; and Bob Kunde. nozzle man. On Saturday. August 23rd, the team took the 1st place trophy at Treaver, Wise. Water Fights out of 27 teams. The next day, Sunday. August 24th, the team took 1 st place at West Dundee out of 10 teams. In addition to the 1st place trophy, the Huntley Team also took the Traveling Trophy for the first time. On July 26, at Algonquin Founders Day a Huntley Fire Dept. water fighting team took 1st place at Algonquin Founders Day. It was reported at that time that this was the first that Himtley has been in Ist place in the McHenry County Assn. On Sept. Hth Huntley will be hosting the County Waterfights at 1 p.m. KSCH |a« SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA AUGUST 28,1980 7:30-10:30 p.m. 1. CaD ta Order 2.Pl0dcetalhe]^lag 3* Mnratea Approve the minutes of the August 14 regular Board meeting 4. Ezecative Seaaloa 5. Saperiateadtet's Reports for Actlaa A. Gasoline Bids B. Snow Removal Bids C. Personnel - Anderson D. Board Committees for 1980- 1980-81 E. Appointment of lASB Representative Continued on Page 2 ^"^"""""^"""""^^SSSrSS^ NEW GRADE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Last Week Mr. Glen Anderson was hired to be the Huntley Grade* School Prindpal. Mr. Anderson is currently principal at Marquette Heights Middle School in Peoria where he will be finishing up his duties this week. Previously, he was Asst. Prindpal at East Moline and Prindpal at North Boone Elementary School. Mr. Anderson taught for 11 years in McHenry. Palatine aiid East Moline. Mr. Anderson has a BA degree fiom Western University; a MA degree ftoin the University of loara In Gvidance-CoUttseUng asd AduiiuliitfMirtnd a 6 year Cieriifieair'from Northern nildda University. He was raised hi the East Moline srea. Currently he and his wife. Janet and daugfater, Sonia, reside in McHenry. His daughter will be a freshman at McHenry High School thb fall. By nezt week Mr. Anderson hopes to be working in Huntley on a full time basis. STOP LIGHT IN OPERATION AT RT. 47 & ALGONQUIN RD. Pictured above are workmen installing stop and go lights at the corner of Route 47 and Main St. by Huntley Material Handling, \ Elmer's Disco and PfafTs Auto Sales. The new light at Route 47 and | Main St. is scheduled to be in operation on Friday. August 29th. The light at Algonquin Rd. and Route 47 went into action onj Tuesday, August 26 at noon. Chief Richard Ptak was there as they set the timing ofthe light. CABLE TV TO COME TO HUNTLEY This month the Huntley Village Board honored a ten year agreement with United Cable television of Northem Illinois and according to Greg Allan, Marketing Manager for the company, they hope to have cable TV in Huntley by the Spring of next year. At the present time. United Cable has 23 channels but hope to expand to 30 channels including the Atlanta Georgia station (now listed in the TV guide) and other stations. In addition to the regular programming cable TV will offer Huntley home box office which will present current movies uncut and without commercials plus Las Vegas shows, sporting events, and special features. The cost at present for home box office and regular cable TV Is $19.65 per month plus an additional S20 for i;i stal I at ion. An additional S2.25 per month is charged for each additional set in the home. A service for FM radio is also available for $1.25 per month for subscribers. Home box office however is not available to commercial subscribers.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|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|