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Sllfe Ditntleg JfTarmBide VOLUME 18-NUMBER 46 ; THURSDAY, MARCH 2,1978 PHONE- 669-S«21-If no nawfr ed >459-145« or 459-0998 PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL PAGES 5ERVIWG THE PEOPIg OF EVfmXY SINCE I9M ( ISePERCOPY VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Pictured above are members of the Hurjtiey High School Varsitv Basketball Team. They are: ^ Front Row: Andy Ornberg, Bob Gray. Steve Grechis, Rob BOB FRANK STARS AS ''BIG DADDY" Eclcman and Steve Morrow Top Row: Head Coach Gary Keesling, Sam Rizzo, Bob Tures, Todd Hopp, Joel Zorica, Ron Marsh and Assistant Coach Pat McMahon. SYLVIA HARMON JOINS FARMSIDE STAFF The experience of preparing for death agonizes Dr. Robert Prank, as "Big Daddy" in a scene from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with "Big Mama" played by Barbara Beger of McHenty. The play will be staged March 9.10 and 11 at 8 pm at the Woodstock Opera Houae. JAYCEES LAS VEGAS NITE SATURDAY, MARCH 4th maMmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Last Week to Buy GIRL SCOUT COOKIES Last week Mn. Sylvia Harmon of Huntley joined the Huntley Farmside staff. Mrs. Harmon had previously written for the Hampshire paper. She has also written a number of published short stories and is currently writbg the script for the Fools Follies. Mrs. Sylvia Harmon, local author and news writer has recently received word that two seperate fiction story's she submitted have been accepted for publication by the Mac Faddons Women's Group, Nationsl Magazine publishers One, a children's story tells the youngsters about an injured young pheasant befriended by a red Irish Setter. The story is titled. "Mutt & Jeff' and will appear in April. i The other, a short fiction tale' entitled, "Seek & Ye Shall Find", tells the story of an aged recluse and the nurse she RUMMAGE SALE MARCH 10&11 The Annual Rummage Sale will be held March ID & 11 in the Social Hall of the Congrega¬ tional Church. On Friday the sale will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 6 p.m. featuring a Bake Sale. Saturday will be Sl dollar-per-bag day. from 9 a.m til 12 noon. Sale is sponsored by th- church's Women's Circle. Items to be donated for sale may be brought to the church during the week preceding the sale. C. STOHLQUIST ON TORNADO DRILL Corey Stohlquist. HuntU Emergency Services and Disu ter Agcy. Coodinator. would Ik to remind citizens that i) signal for approaching sevt storms such as a Tornado, is steady three minute sounding the waming siren. This siren will not waver as does the Hrc siren, and sounds fiM !•¦ extended period nt time. Persons hearing the airen should turn on a Icxal fMN" station, and keep a close wat<'h on the weather developments loatlly. Loose objects such a» lawn furniture childrens toy- should be secure to prevent them from being ihruwn around if the wind docs come up suddenly. Also, if you know ' person who may not normal I hear the warning, call them s>' that they may prepare to move to a place of safety, preferably the southwest corner of a basement. No all clear siren is mounded It is the responsibility of the individual to monitor a rad station for this information. It tornado does strike, please DO NOT go into that area. There- may be hazards, such as gas leaks, electrical wires down, and fire. It is important to keep all of these routes open for emergency vehicles and work¬ ers. To report a Tornado, call (he Police Dept. at 66^-2131. they W'ill pass on the information directly to the U.S. Weather Bureau office. Persons who would like a sheet with the weather condi¬ tions for tornadoes and safety rules, may pick up a copy at the Huntley Village Hall or the Police Station. learned to love and trust, and of the strange provisions left in her will. This story will also appear in the April issue. Mrs. Harmon has been writ¬ ing for several leading maga¬ zines in the past two years, in addition to childrens stories, and a full length novel now under an agented contract. Recent published titles include; 'Beethovan The Kitten", 'Dusty' 'An Orphaned Lamb', 'Mutt & JefT. 'How To Be A Successful Grandmother*. 'Somewhere My Love', and 'Flash Flood', among others. Her latest manuscript entitled 'Your..Mine..and.. Curs', is under editorial consi¬ deration for an upcoming issue of Redbook.
|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|