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he litintleg ^utmsihe GRAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICUL NEWSPAPER — SINCE 1960 USPS 580-366 VOLUME 20 - NUMBER 7 THURSDAY, MAY 15.1860 Pfaoae 669-5621 16 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 BKdaEBBSaBBB iSe^ER CCW^ KEITH DOBROLINSKY EAGLE SCOUT Over 100 peogHe Attended the Eagle Soout ^Ceremoi^ of Keith Dobrolinsky last Satnrday night. Joe Manning was Master of Ceremonies. Leading off the proceedings was the Color Guard of Dean Dobrolinsky, Gregg McKay, Kenny Basel, Jeff Ferguson, Matthew Manning and Dan Riedl who presented the flags while Doug Will called. May Chesak played ' 'God Bless America." Father Ambre of St. Mary's gave the invocation. He said that we were gathered to honor younfi men of t^f rommnnitv who had Coatinaed oa Page 8 MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES The Huntley American Legion Post #673 vrill conduct Memorial Day services in honor of the nations war dead at 11 A.M. on Monday, May 26th at the Huntley Cemetary, Commander Donald Hardy of Huntley Post #673 announced today. Chainnan of this year's Memorial Day observance is Robert Schultz, who outlined some of the details of the Post's Memorial Day ceremonies. Schultz explained that this year's observance will include the following: COntfaiaed oa page 6 SCHOOL PLAY THIS TUESDAY TUESDAY, MAY 20,1980 7:30 PM Huntley Grade School Qym Pictured above are the candidates who are vieing for the title of "Miss Huntley" this Thursday, May 15th at 8:00 p.m. in the Huntley Grade School Gym. This will be the first year for this type of pageant were the contestants are judged on beauty, poise, posture and stage presence and personality and charm. In the past, the Huntley lion's held the contest aLtheir regular ineeting d(Hllg .• good job. This year the Lions decided to get the help of the Lioness Club end so they are co-sponsoring the pageant. This year's judges will be Miss Karen Borhart. former Miss Huntley and Miss McHenty County; Becky Harm, former Miss Huntley, 2nd runner-up in the Miss McHenry County pageant and Miss Carpentersville; Dr. James O'laughlin, Huntley dentist. Crystal Lake School Board member. Judge for the Junior Miss Crystal Lake Contest and Judge for Continental Bank Jr. College iSchoIarship; and Mike Davis. Huntley Lions Club member, Asst. Vice President at the State Bank of Huntley and General Chairman of Miss Elgin Pageant. ENERGY DAY THIS SATURDAY letter to parents * "HEY TEACHER" Knowing we're all human, all of us have feelings of anger, happiness, sadness, surprise, and pressure's on children and parents. 1 wanted to know what it was like being a teacher, so her's my version of - "Hey Teacher." Hey Teacher, I'm grown up now and I'm a parent. My kids go to school tdo. 1 wish 1 would have understood more when 1 was growing up, like 1 do now, especially you. teacher. So many times not wanting to obey rules, not listening, thinking you were to strict. 1 didn't want to express my true feelings for fear it would be silly. 1 didn't want to give my best all of the time because 1 didn't think ft was worth it. 1 was always thinking of myself and the fun I was having. I didn't want to look beyond the label of teacher and find out what it was like being you. I thought 1 had ft hard until now. When I think back, ft wasn't very easy for you. was it? Especially when some kids rebuked you. didn't care, thought you didn't have a heart. Now 1 know that all along you gave of yourself, even under pressure. You knew you had a job to do teaching us that the outside worid wasn't going to be easy. You constantly urged us to see and use all of our abilities and believe in ourselves. Now I understand obeying Coatfaraed on Page 2 Pictured above is David Fitzgerald (left) and Jim Grechis (rig 6th grade students in Jan Lewis's class as they prepared for Energy Day. See the world's only hamster powered lightbulb. Eat a sun bar-b-qued hotdog. Experience a volcanic eruption. Listen to the hum of working wind turbines. Huntley Grade School will hold a special "SCIENCE AND ENERGY FAIR" on Saturday. May 17. Open from 11:00 a.m. tol:(X)p.m.. the displayh areas will be in the school's gym and playground. Admission is FREE and everyone is invited. KITEFLYING 00KTE5T The Huntley Park District is sponsoring a kite flying contest on Saturday, may May 17 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Deicke Park. There will be open kite flying all aftemoon but special contests, with first, second and third prizes being awarded, will be Coatfaiaedoa Page 4 held at various times throughout the afternoon. At 1:00 the most beautiful homemade kite will be judged. At 1:30 the smalles and the largest kfte will be judged. At 2:00 the highest flyuig kite and at 2:30 there will be an altitude race. John LeFeber and his "Son Kites" will be a special feature. You won't want to miss his Incredible Hulk kite that expands some IS feet 11 A kite first aid station will also be on hand for any kite injuries that may occur. You may register for tbe various contests at the park gate. "Go fly a kite"I! Rain date is Mav 18.
|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|