The Huntley Farmside
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Ire nutitletf JFnrmBtiie GRAFFON TOWNSHIP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAF^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13,1963 VOLUME 23- NUMBER 26 USFS 580-360 SBRVlrtOTHEPl .i£Y SINCE IWO 2ScPbrCopy "LINDSEY FIELD" NAMED AT RECOGNITION NIGHT OCT. 7 Pictured above are Mr. & Mrs. Gene Lindsey, as Wally Pupich, President of the School Board, reads from a plaque dedicating the athletic field in honor of Norma and Gene last Griday night at the Huhtley-North Boone foottiall game. Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist Last Friday night between football games Dr. Bunt, Superintendent of Schools, Wally Pupich. Board of Education President, and the Audience paid tribute to all the individuals and organizations who made the Refurbishing of the Athletic Field possible. The Huntley High School Marching Band was introduced which was making their first home football appearance. They looked grand in their new unifbnns. After the band marched onto the fleld Dr. Bunt, called off all the names and names of organizations and Invhed them to come onto the field. Many did. After ataembliag on the field Dr. Bunt went on to say "I would like to welcome everyone to our flrst HOME football game on our new field. The group you see behind me are responsible for this magnificent facility. They have contributed their dollars, their talents, their time, and perhaps even their blood, sweat, and tears to help complete a large-scale community project. I know that each person that helped is bustin' their buttons with pride. And yet, none of them has asked for recognition or reward for being part of this "good deed" they have performed. None has demanded their place in the spot-light. Each has made his contribution with his conscience aa his guide, without fanfaie, without spec¬ tacle, without notoriety. The school and the commun¬ ity will forever be indebted to this fabulous group of citizens. Words can never completely ezpress our true feelings of gratitude and appreciation but nevertheless, we want to publicly say. Thank You, to each and everyone of you. Our school and our community Is a little bit better because you cared. You cared enough to 'get involved. You cared enough to contribute your time and your talents. Together you got the job done. May I have a big round of applause for this super-special group. And now I would like to introduce Mr. Walter Pupich, president of the Board of Education. Mr. Pupich greeted everyone . and said: "History of American Educa¬ tion is based on community Pictured above is Senior Cathy Collins who has qualified as a semi-finalist in the 1984 Merit Scholarship Compethion. As a student here in Huntley, Cathy has maintained an exceUent academic record of 4.043. She has demonstrated and maintained high academic standards and, by ezample, has set an ezceUent model for others to follow. The complete story was run in the Oct. bth. issue ofthe Huntley Farmside. Salad Luncheon & Bazaar October 27th is tbe date of the all church salad luncheon A bazaar at the Huntley Congte¬ gational Church - Servings will be at 11:15 a.m. - 12 noon tt. 12:45 p.m. The bazaar opens at 9:30 a.m. For tidteU to any seating pleaae phone the churdi afternoons at; 669-3691 or aend for reservatkms to; CELAS, Congregattonal Chtitch Himtley 60142. Cost of the lundieon Is $4.00 per peraon. Senior Trip to Fireside Nov. 10 There are stUl » few leservatioBS ft>r the Sentor Citizen bus trip to the Fireside Theater & Lunch on Nov. lOdi - Cost of the trip Is $20.00 per person and must be paid to Leona Bundgawl by Monday. October 17ih. The bus wffl leave from to fcwit of Ae Lotheran Church pfompOy at 9:30 a.m.
|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|