The Huntley Farmside
|Previous||1 of 16||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
VOLUME 21-NUMBER 44 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY A, 1962 lt»X PAGES 2 SECTIONS GRAFTON TOWNSHIP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER - SINCE 19<iO i Frank Parisek P.O. Box 192 Huniley, Ul.60142 USPS580r36& SERVING HIE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE I960 *= LEGION ORATORICAL CONTEST ¦>MMI|MMMH»«|WM«MMiMIMM0m Ictured above at the Legion Oratwical Contest were Dennis Kabela, llth District Americanism Chairman; Chris Hill, 1st Place winner; John Spears, 4th Place contestant; David Stejkowski, 3rd Place contestant; Jill Linstrom, 2nd Place cc^testant and George Heinrich, 11th District Commander. Picturedabtove are officials at tiie llth DfaKrict Oratorical Contest held last Sunday at Huntley High School.Library. They are: Back row, left to right, Jim Wrath, 2nd Division Americanism Chairman; Bob Schultz, McHenry County Americanism Chairman; Diaie O'Hara, Asst. Superintendent of McHenry County Schools; George Heinrich, Uth District Commander; Lee StandcliiT, llth District Sgt. at Arms and Ed Hall, Regional Superintendent of McHenry County Schools. Front row, left to right, Mrs. Jean Kabela. Kane County Auxiliaty President; Becky Gabel. list District President and Mabel Schultz, llth District Treasurer. Last Sunday, January 7, the Huntley American Legion hosted the llth District Oratorical Contest at . the High School Library with the assistance of Dr. Robert Bunt and Principal Jim Skomer. Four contestants represented McHenry, Will, Kane and OuPage Counties. Dennis Kabela, llth District Americanism Chairman, was the MC. Each contestant gave a 8-10 minute prepared oration. The contestants and how they placed were: 1st Place - Chris Hill (DuPage£ounty) Hinsdale South H.S. 2nd Place - Jill Linstrom (Kane) Dundee H.S. 3rd Place - David Stejkowski (WUI) Bollingbrook H.S. 4th Place - John Spears (McHenry) Huntley H.S. Continued on Page 8 Enstron^, Trustees Wicke. before the tnistees and there Dhamer. Brown. Mercer. Rud- being no additions nor sinski and Beriin. Also. corrections, they stood ap- attending were members of the Public Worka Department. Attomey Szura, VUlage Engi¬ neer Schw^el and Wtlllam North, VUlage Auditor. The minutes of tiie January 6, 1962 meeting were bratght VILLAGE BOARD MEETINQ The February 4. 1982 Regular Meeting of the VUlage of Huntiey was held in the Board Room of the VUlage Hall and brought to order by the President at 8KX> P.M. Present were: President proved as presented. Tbe Treasurer's Report ftir the current month was reviewed, atid a motion was made by Trustee Meroer, seconded hf Tnutee Wi^e, to Coatiaued oa Page 10 7 & 8 Grade Royiris take 1st in Conference & Lions Tournament I he 7th St. 8th Grade Royals played Hampshire last Monday for I st in the Lion's Club Toumey. The Royals won 40-32 in an exceUent game. By thc 2nd Quarter the Royals lead 23-8. I Hampshire started a come back'in the 2nd half. Hampshire's C. Baker stole the ball WhUe Fleury and Seylle^ scbred. ftMril add«l 2 - CtmtifllRdotiPageS ¦ BUls 6. Siyerlulsiid—t's Baparta far Action A. Vocational Joint Agree¬ ment B. Personnel C. Designation of Additional Depositor 7. Si^BtlwUMdiat's lapMia fat ILL. BELL REP. TO SPEAK AT UONESS MEETING How can disabled people communicate on the telephcme? Katie Betancourt of Illinois Bell will demonstrate how BeU System Research is helping disabled people to circumvent physical disabUities and use the telephone to communicate with friends and famUies. When -members of the Huntley l^ioness meet on Wednesday, February 17 at the American Legion Hall in. Huntley at their 7:30 p.m. meeting, Katie Betancourt wUl display and physicaUy iUustrate .how Bell System specialised telephone systems help the disabled to keep in touch with loved ones. "Where DisabUities Aren't Handicaps" and other f^ee talk programs from Ulinois BeU can be scheduled for dvic and community adult groups by caUtng 800-972-0442. toll free. SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting February 11,1982 7i30-10:30 p.m. 1. CaU to.Oidet 2. Pledge to tba Flag Minntes A. Approve the minutes ofthe January 28 regular meeting B. Approve the confidential minutes of the January 28 ezecutive session C. Approve any oommittee meetuig minutes, if presented 4. Special Sapoct fsr artkie A. Art WaU Murals S.FtaMHM A. Agenda (^ BUls B. B^mbursaraeitt of InpraM A. NCA: Short aad Long term B. ISBE: District 1S8 Reoognltimi Status C. Governor Legislative Proposals 0. Revised Legislative &. Congressional Districts: Kane County E. JHS 2nd Quarter Honbr RoU 8. CssMrittM Baporto 9. CuiiisnuMsdsiifs 10. Oid/Naw Baslasss 11. Oppartaatty tsr 12. Baacadva Saaalaa 13. AdioonuBaat HOBOSHOW TICKETS AVAILABLE Reserved seat tickets ft>r ttae Annual Hobo Show and Diimer, presented by the Chancel Choir of the First Congregational Church ef Huntley, wiU go on sale this Sunday, February 14.at 11:30 a.m. in the church's social hall. The choir wiU serve a "bobo" beef stew dinner and perform at two seatings S:30 and 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 6. Admis¬ sion price isiS.OO fat adults aad U.OO for dnidren uader 12. This years" show, directed by Miss Luaaa Luaz, promiM* <o be aaother hit, wi^ such soogs as "Oa die Road Again," "Take Me Home, Country Boada." "Have You Evar Beea Loady/' aad "Bast Baud aad Oomt" Juat to aaasft • few. "SoeiMia.
|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|