The Huntley Farmside
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Ife Huntletr ^utmsihB THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10.1983 VOLUME 23-NUMBER 30 OKAPTON TOWNSldP'S OVFICIAI *^ . USFS 5^0-360 TWO SECnONS stmvm ..ofounr MrtcB im« 25c Ber Copy Beautiful Downtown Huntley The abtive picture shows the gas company construction, at the c-orner of Route 47 and Main St. which has been going on for some time. Behind the barricades are large holes which block the sidewalli leading to school and pail of the entrance to Pfaff Auto Sales. Huntley Farmside received a Letter to the Editor which is on page two of this edition, conceming this hazard. Snowmobile Queen and King Pictured above are Pat and Larry VanAcker, who were chosen King & Oueen at the 13th Illinois Assoc, of Snowinobile Qubs Convention. Pat and Larry proudly represent clubs in Region 5. Huntley Penguins of course are very proud of them. New Business bi Huntley Pictured above are Rita Useni, Remzije (Rose) Useni and Nancy Useni who purchased Sam's Family Restaurant from Sam Abdulla last week. The family is of Armenian Decent and are open for business. Glaucoma Unit Soup & Sandwich Luncheon & Coming Nov. 14 iBake Sale atXrlnit] Don't forget the Glaucoma Unit is coming to Huntley Monday. November Mth from I:.10 to 4:30 pm. It will be located on the West side of the Legion Home and is available free of charge to all adults - 18 and over In ad^litioi^ to , the free "glaucdma scfeetiing. we will also offer free diabetes and hypertension tests. The Glaucoma Unit is sponsored by the Huntlev Lions Club. Virginia Brunschon Re-Elected Director Virginia Brunschon. As¬ sessor Grafton Township, was unanimously re-elected as a director of the Township OfTicials of Illinois (TOI) at its 76th Annual Educational Con¬ ference held in Springfield. Illinois. October 30 - November 2, 1983. The election was held on Wednesday, November 2, 1983. Nearly 2.000 elected and appointed township officials and guests attended the four-day conference. TOI represents nearly 12.000 elected and appointed township offlcials from the state's 1432 townships. The association serves as an information source and clearing house for its members in addition to state and federal officials and agencies. It is based in Astoria, Illinois. The organization spon¬ sors ten training seminars in various locations in Illinois each year. The Annual Conference is the largest. The 1983 Confer¬ ence featured Attomey General Neil Hartigan as key-note Farm Broadcasting for radio station WGN as banquet speaker. The association's Executive Director George H. Miller, is a founding member and currently President of the National Association of Towns Townships (NATaT) Pictured above are scenes taken at the Trinity Lutheran Churdi where a Soup Sc Sandwich Luncheon and Bake Sale was held last Thursday. The Board of Parish Fellowship was in charge of the Soup Sc Sandwich Lunch and the Ladies Aid conducted the Bake Sale. All goods from the Bake Sale were sold and the Luncheon was serves to some 180 people. It was a very successful endeavor and thanks go to all who worked and all who attended. Snow Ball Nov. 12TH. This Saturday, at the Huntley Legion the Penguin Snowmobile Club is having their Annual Snow-Ball. This event always starts out the holiday season with a splash. Not only is there music, snacks, and lot of fun, but the Snowmobile Club also has drawings so that loads of people have a chance to take home a prize. Every year the halt is beautifully decorated by mem¬ bers of the Penguins and the decorations are graciously left up for the entire Christmas Season for us all to enjoy. So. make sure you mark your calendar so you don't miss this annual affair. Boy Scouts Paper Drive Just a reminder, that the Huntley Area Boy Scouts Annual Paper Drive is this Saturday, November 12. from 8 to4. Don't forget to bundle your papers and get them out to the curb so the boys do not have to bother you. For those needing help in bundling, getting the bundles out or for large loads you may call Bern Jilek at 669-5040 or Jim McUughlin at 923-4386. Please help to make this years Paper Drive a successful one. Thank You. Headquartered in Washington, DC. Mrs. Brunschon has been an advocate of township govem¬ ment tor many years. Her re-election as an .association director assures its continued growth and effectiveness.
|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|