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he iiuntlet; ^^armatde VOLUME 21-NUMBER 50 THURSDAY, MARCH 18,1982 GRAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NCWSPAPfiB - SINCEJ 96) I Huntley High School School Files Huntley, 111.60142 USPS 580-360 /toXPAGES 2 SECTIONS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUldft EY SINCE 196d 2©cTMtiAPV UONS ST. PAT'S DINNERA ^KCCJESS Last Saturday, the JHuntley Lions Club treated Huntley residents to a Corned Beef and Cabbage! Dinner at the Legion Home. The club served 230 pounds of comed beef to the large crowd. Lions wore St. Pat's hats and vests of green. A dance followed the dinner to help diners wear off the delicious meal. MmmcAmsmiEis^AY ~:~i^ CmitlnuedeaJ yULi. Pictured above are Mrs. Ariette Mattingly, Huntley AuxUiary President; Bill Bird, 1st Place Winner in Class I; Brian Spears, 1st Place winner in Class II; Andrea Manning, 1st Place Winner in Class III and Mrs. Mabel Schultz, Americanism Chairman at the Auxiliary Meeting last Thursday. The American Legion Auxi¬ liary. Huntley Unit #673, held their monthly meeting at the Legion Home on March 11, 1982 with President Arlene Mattiagly presiding. Mrs. Mabel SchulU, Unit Americanism Chairman pre¬ sented the essay winners. The students expressed their opin- .^^.^^^^^ ihliiDETinSEDiTIONi ion in an essay titled "What strengths does America need to preserve Freedom." First place winners are: Class I, 7th and Bth Grades. William Bird; Qass 11, 9th and 10th grades, Brian Spears; Class 111, llth and 12tfa Grades, Andrea Manning. These first place winning essays have been forwarded on for bth Grade Atwood Trip Page 9 & 10 bth Grade Toy & Book Sale Page 12 A Liner or Two Page 4 8&40 Pageb Grocery Ads Page 3 & 16 ACE HARDWARE AD SECTION 2 further competition in the llth District Contest. Second place wiimers are: Class 1, Cassandra L. Evans, Class U, Suzanne Emesti: Class Continued on Page 2 MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET A Mother-Daughter Banqtfet will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Huntley on Match 21 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available'at the church or from Alfred Jordi at 669-5643. Deadline* for the tickets is March 1st. SPELLING CONTEST WINNERS •cliodi whmef.^Jay Petbnoti and aiteraate, Stacie Akerberg. The 3rd annual SpeUing Bee Contest was held on March llth. Judges for the event were Mrs. McGuine, Mr. Blake and Mrs. Lanphier. The pronouneer was Mr. Brown. Trophies and pins were donated by the P.T.O. The awards were presented by Mrs. Schadt and Mr. Booth. Jay Peterson, Spelling Bee winner, wiU compete in an area contest at Locust School in Marengo on April 6th„ Continuec'on PageS SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA Regular Meeting March 16,1982 7:30-10:30 p.m. CaU te Older Pledge to the Flag Mlnate* A. Approve the minutes of the February 25 regalar meeting B. Approve the coafidential minutes of the February 25 executive sesnon C. Approve any committee minutes, if presented FInaace R^eets far AdtaB A. Agenda of BUIs B. Reimbursement of Imprest BUls Snperlnleadent's Sepecto for Action A. Personnel B. Ulinois Te^book Program C. Graduation Dates D. Permission to Bid Custodial Supplies E. Permission to Bid DOE Grant Insulation F. Permission to Bid Light Bulbs 6. SnpeilMatMieat'* Reporto fsr Infennallii A. Calendar for 1982-83 B. Cafeteria: Fiaaadal Condition C. District 158 Finaadal Position 7. ConunUlee Reports «.< 9. Old/New I 10. OpfottmOty for vlaHers 11. Execntive Seaalen 12. Ai||eaninient PRE-SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN SCREENING A reminder to parents who live within the boundaries of the Huntley School District. Pre¬ school and Kindergarten screening wiU be beld at the end of Mardi. ChUdren wtio wUl be entering Kindergarten in the fall as weU as aU chUdtcn 3 years and older are eiigibie for the screening. Aa amMintmeat is necessary. Stop iato the Huntley Grade Scbool dBce now and make aa ^>poiBtment. LEGION TO HOLD BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. John Mattiagly, Presi¬ deat of Huatiey No. 673 of ilw American Legion Awdfiaiy, invites famUy, frieads, cmb- munity leaders aad nembers to come jc^ the oelebratioa of tbe 63rd Birthday oS the Aaiericsa Legion. The festivities wUl center ateuad Rost Comauuidar Deaais Rudsinski «id lys cocp of officers. We wU have daaee music by "Jesse Costello" from 9-12. Do ooae, lutye vim aad help ceiebrste tlM Lt/faa't birthdiqr at the Huattey LegioB Home on March 20.1962. The Americaa Legicm, the largest Patriotic Orgaatetion ia the wiMrld bas since its inot^tioa ia Paris ia 1919 beioune aa intend part of the Americaa scene.'
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|