The Huntley Farmside
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Ife BttttntJeu ^Taniiatte Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, JULY 19,19S4 VOLUME 25-NUMBER 16 ^^n^. ^iUM^iSK^ Police Academy Gradni^ Repmntfaig Sheriff Rkfaatd J. Ebod at • graduttfea of police ofBccn ftom the Qwk Cbanty Sheriff'* Mice Trafaifaig Act- demy is Ron Hefai, rigbt, of tfie k nifaiois Local Govemmental Law 'Enforcement Officers Trafaifaig Craftand "What Not" and Bake Sale July 21st. The Huntley Area Senior Citizens will be holdfaig a "Craft and What-^^ot Sale" on Satur¬ day, July 21st at 9:30 am. The sale is planned to be held fai the Village Square whh the Hefaie- man Hardware Building beuig used b case of rafai. CRAFTS: X-mas Tree Orna¬ ments, Tote Bags, Decorated Laundry Bags, Waste Baskets, Pencil holders for desks, Pfai cushions. Dish Towels, Pot holders, Pictures fi'ames and more. '•WHAT-NOTS"; "low box¬ wood diest, Plant stand, Valet chau-. New yard goods, Pedestal cake plate. Wall clock and much more. . SILENT AUCTION: Sten>-Tape y Deck with tapes. (Mfaiimum bid S35.00) The sale will benefit the Senior Citizen Band which is to play at the^ State Fafa fai Springfieid on August iSth. Fan Fair Jaly 21 The Huntley Area Jaycee Women are holdfaig thefa 1st Annual Fan Fair irt the Hnntky American Legion, mi July 21si ftom 10 am to 3 pm. Rain oi Shfaiel Thia is for children of all ages Bring yovr Uda for a day oi funflned eiiioymcBt. OAMSStt 111 Board, whicb certiflea the recruit tnfaifaig coorae. He is pceseutlag a gradoatloa oertlfl. cate to Hnatiey Police Officer Frank Pamolo, Jr., left, who was president of hia dass, as Huntley Police Chief Richard Aiidrea Manning Named to Sophomore Honor Society Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Manning have been notified by Denise L. Rode, Omicron Chapter Advisor, that their daughter, Andrea L. Manning has been accepted and faiitiated faito membership fai Lam)>da Sigma Natioaal Sophmore Hon¬ or Sj)dety. The Omicron Chap¬ ter «t I4o«them Dlfaiois Universi¬ ty is one of 30 nationally. The members are selected on the basis of scholarship, leader¬ ship and service to the University as evidenced by achademic achievements and campus involvement during their freshman year. Andrea was one of SO selected from the Freshman Qass of 3500. Andrea ]Manning Again Named to Dean's Ust Andrea Manning has been Informed by James D. Nocris, Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Northern Dlfawis University, that riie has agafai been named to tfie Dean's List for the spring semester. To earn this distinction, a student must nufaitafai over a 3.75 average while completing a mfaiimumof 12 graded aemetter hours. Rossi adds his oongratulatioas. The officer was one of 23 pdice ofBcett ttom 22 depariaieats who sncoeacftiOy oamplct«d the 10-week course. The Huatley Community Library presents, "McHenry County - A Tfane to Remember" on Tuesday, July 24th at 7:30 pm. If you're a resident of this area you will surely enjoy this evening. Mrs. Nancy Flke, Curator of the Museum of the McHenry County Historical Society and Mrs. Nancy Onu, Historical Researcher, have collaborated to bring the com¬ munHy an informative program concernfaig the history of our area. Through lectures and a slide presentation we will explore the man, William McHenry, as weU as the oounty named for him. Due to the need for a darkened room this program will be held fai the Hi^ Sdiool Study Hall. Hope to aee you there. Big Wheel Klda ages 3-« ate ivrh^ to potkipMe fai tiw Bit WhMl Race apoBKind bjr tte HMllqr Pttk Diatfkt wbkfc wU b* hrid at tlM Grade School pmU^ kt oa Friday. Joly 20 at 1K». Hmn will be race* fcc each aa* iPMP fcOowcd by a "ma" tlifw^ tke obatade coarael lat. 2ad, 3fd and merit awarda wU be gjvea - a priie fcr cveqraaal Al yea aead to pariidpatc la a Big Wbed aad a lot of ortbaaiaaad Tbereteaofcel EveiToaa of al agaa arc tavnad to cbact <mi dto iiNiiHWWiuiii. no aovaaoe tradoaiafaqaifad. NlckPetropalos ^pointed to Hnntley Fire Protection District The McHenry Couaty Board joked tiie appointment of Nkdw- las Petroptdos of Hnntley, to the Huntley Fire Protectfoa Distriet. Mr. Ed Piske was also farten lewed for the appointment by e PuUic Safety Committee^ Acoordfaig to the PnbUc ISafety Committee mfaiutes the followlag peofrte were in attea)> [dance ftom Hnntley Fire De- Ipartmcot, Dave Veath, Doane Metcalf and Jcriin Hotsler. Also fai attendance ftom Hontley were. Ed Sdiweiger and Vemon Bmnsdion; ftom the McHenry County Board Distriet 3 were. Stuart L. Foote, Gus Ritteriaad R. J. Morris. BkMdBank Jaly 3Ut. The Aurora Area Blood Saab' <rifl bold a commoalty blood draw from 3:00 to 7K)0 pm on Toesday, Joly 31. 1964, at Ffast Coi^pegatioaal Chordi Sodal Hall. Twenty-two hospi¬ tals are supplied blood by the Aurora Area Blood Bank. Many volunteer blood donon are needed as the summer b a very critical time and the blood supply is inadequate. A ringle donation provides a unh of whole blood whldi mayb be transfused in a patient, or may be processed into several blood products, such as plasma, red blood cells or wiilte blood cell concentrate. These blood components also can be trans¬ fused fai a patient, or may be processed faito several blood products, such as plasma, red A single donation provides a onit of wta(rie Mood whidi may be traasftised in a patleat, of may be processed into aevual blood prmlacts, sodi aa friaama. ted blood cells or white blood cell concentrate. These bkwd oomponeoU alao caa be traaa- fnsed to patients depending on their ^edflc needs. Most people are suitable candidates aa bkwd donors unleu they are anemic, preg¬ nant, or have high blood pressure. To proted the donor and the future patieot from adverse effects, a brief physical ezamiaatfon uid a test for hemigkibin aro condoded the day of the drive. Conditfons liable to be sffed- ed 1>y bkwd donMfoa are: heart disease, epilepby. faifectlons disease, <flabetes or acote allergy. Normal ffatdfaigs in temperature, bkwd preasore aad pulse are necesaary for donating. General informstioa b regard to befa4 a donor is: the donor most be fai good health, age 17 throagh 65 yean of age. weight 110 pounda or more, have not donated witiihi el^ waeka. aad a six months waiting period after acnpnactora. tattoa, or oar irterring. May Cbeaak. dialmaa of the Hobtiey Bkwd Bank, eanestiy reqoettts many Mood donors so that Hontiey wtU foUBl Hs obligation of givfaig help to tills worthy cause. Jayceb Women Meeting The meeting was called to order by President K. Tessmer at 7:45 pm. The meeting was held at tbe Huntley American Legfon. Motkm to approve the agenda as presented was made by B. Kahl, seconded by S. SeyDen motfon carried. ContimMd on Page 2 Foar Geinerattens ot Striss^Js Pictured above is tfae four geueratfaaa of the Striaaeh. George and Kenneth of Hontley, Dewery aad Ua soa Kyle Deveqr flrom Lake-fai-tiie-Hilla. George cefobratedUs 79tii Mrtiidiqr on hk lat. enat-gnadaoa'a baptismal. Joly Stii. 1964.
|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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