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16 PAGES THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1984 3^ VOLUME 23-NUMBER 40 Pre Buntletr Mtmsih e Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE I960 Huntley Band to perform in "Festival of Bands'^this Sunday ] 25c per copy Pictured above left to right: Brett Pierce, Cathy Collins, Julie Bunt and Michael Urban. On Sunday, January 22 four members of the Huntley High School Band will be performing with the McHenry County Honors Band. This band is made up of the top 10% of the band studenta from the countys' high schools. Representing Huntley will be Brett Pierce ( is second year) Cathy Collins, Mike Urban and Julie Bunt. The honors band is conducted by Mr. Larry Livingston, Dean of the Shepherd school of music at Rice University in Houston, Texas. This will be Mr. Livingstons' 8th year working with this group The concerts will be at 2:00 pm at Marengo High School and 8:00 pm at Crystal Lake Central High Schooi. Huntley Police In High Speed Chase ' Huntley Police were involved in a high speed chase at 1:40 am January Sth Northbound on Route 47. Huntley Police clocked the vehicle driving 91 mph in a 35 mph zone near Mona's Restaurant. They at¬ tempted to stop the vehicle, and pursued it to Lucy Road at speeds in excess of 100 mph. At route 176 the local police dept. were joined with units from Sheriffs Dept and State Police. The vehicle went westbound on Lucy Road and turned in the owners driveway, where he alledgedly tried to hide the car, Huntley police stated. The car ended up in a snowbank. Mark A. Mazzie was charged with attempting to flee and elude a police officer. Lion's Steak Fry Jan. 28 The Huntley Lions Steak Fry will be held at the American Legion Home January 28th. This event replaces the Annual Com Beef and Cabbage Dinner. No ticketw will be sold at the door. All pay advance sales. For reserve tickets call Don Tessmer 669-5591: Herb Thur¬ ow,. 669-3253 or Chuck Dam- meyer at 669-3191. Dinners will be served from 5 pm to 8 pm. S6.50 per plate. Carry-uts available. HandbeU brunch Jan. 22nd. The Handbell Choirs of the First Congregational Church will hold a Handbell Brunch on Sunday, January 22nd. The brunch will be from 8:30 to 12:30 in the church's social hall. Tickets may be purchased by calling 669-3144. Tickets are $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under twelve. Proceeds from the brunch will be used to finance the trip to the handbell festival in Iowa this June. Be sure to come out fbr a morning of good food and fellowship! Thanks for your suppori ViUage Board Minutes The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was held on January 5, 1984 and brought to order by President Enstrom at 8:00 pm in the Board Room of the Village Hall. Present were: President Enstrom, Trustees Wicke, Ahrens, Dhamer, Mercer, Brown and Berlin. Also attending were Attorney Szura, Village Engineer Schwegel, Members of the Public Works Department and Chief of Police Rossi. The minutes of the December Regular Meeting were brought up for approval by Trustees; there being no addition nor corrections, they stood approv¬ ed as presented. Cont. on Page 5 50's Music at Oldsters game That's right, you read it here. There will be music from the SO's played Friday night at the game between , the Old- timers and the Huntley Faculty. It has been rumored that the Oldtimers have been practicing at the High School gym. Liniment sale have already increased in the Huntley area. The training program set up by Coach Erath has been a tough one. Coach Kahl had kept his "Staff Squad" quite a secret til recently. Members are as follows: Larry Kahl, Eric Mychko, Bob Larry Kahl, Eric Mychko, Bob Peterson, Dr. Bunt, Jim Skomer, Dave Booth, Jim Tichy, Jim Hughes, Gary Broderson, Steve Maczjewski, Joe Manning and Joyce Radestits. The evening will be a fun-filled one so plan to attend. Proceeds to go toward Uniforms for Huntley Athletes. Adults S2 - Students Sl 5 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR TRIP TO FIRESIDE Because of some illness, the Seniors need about 5 more people to go to the Fireside Theater on Feb. 1st. Please call 669-3102 or 669-5657 evenings. Complete cost of the trip is $20.00. The show is "Hawailn Holiday" and lunch is included in the cost. Booster's Clothing Exchange What is a clothing exchange? Something special It's not a rummage sale, but it's an opportunity for hou to sell "next to new" clothes that your children have outgrown. It's also an opportunity for you to make some money for yourself while at the same time you are helping the athletic booster's. On the clothes that are sold, the seller will make 70% and the boosters will make 30%. Qothes to be sold may range from infant sizes to teen sizes, girls to junior sizes, boys to size 20, and jeans to size 32. NO ADULT CLOTHES. To make this venture a success we will need volunteers to help set up, fbr the sale. Those who work will have a special night sale where you may have the chance to buy; before the sale is open to the public. A meeting will be held at the American Legion on Jan. 2Sth to explain all the details and to make sure we have enough help. Important dates are as follows: WED. JAN. 25th - meeting to set up committee's and workers. WED. FEB. 15th - registration THURS. MAR. 1st - set up and receiving 7 pm to 9 pm FRI. MAR. 2 d - receiving dsy 8:30 am to 11:30 am SAT. MAR. 3rd - sale day 9 am to 3 pm SUN. MAR. 4th - sale day 12 pm to 3 pm MON. MAR. Sth - check pick up day St pick up unsold clothes 9 am to 11 am We need people to work on posters, registration, clothes check-in, sorters, floor walkers, door watchers, adding mach¬ ines, fUmg, ticket counting, and substhutes. Many workers are needed, but the hours are short and varied. All detaUs will be discussed at the Jan. 25tli meeting at the American LegicM at 7:30 pm. nease come, all those who help should be pleased with the results, fbr themselves as well as the booster club and the athletes. Huntley Blood Bank Drive Aurora Area Blood Bank will be holding a blood drive in Huntley on Thursday, January 26, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm at the' social hall of the First Congregational Church of Hunt¬ ley. The Aurora Area Blood Bank provides all the blood and blood component needs of patients in twenty-two community hosipi- tals in nine counties. These needs aro ever incroasing and your voluntary blood dcmatlons make this service possible. A unit of blood helps more than one patient. A pint of blood drawn from a donor is often divided and processed into several of its componenu... rod cells, platelets and plasma. Since most patients require only certain components, each unit of blood can be used for as many as five different patients. Blood must be available when and if needed. A reliable blood supply is assured only by the continuing donations of mem¬ bers of the community. Every day over 200 pints of blood are needed to meet the ever increasing transfusion needs of patients in our area. May Chesak, Huntley Blood Bank Chairman, urges all who can to, please, continue to donate blood. Grandma Happy On 9(Hh. More than 200 friends and teiatives atteodeA the open hooae on Sunday, January 8, boooring Bemice Bakley on her 9dth. BMiday. Special out-of-town guests were her brother and sister tnm Iowa, son from So. Dakota, and nieces aad nephewtfroes Wlaoonsla.
|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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