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^ftit Etrntto l^amtsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1989 VOLUME 29-NUMBER 32 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Pumpkin Decorating Contest at Deicke Park Lions Host Pancake Breakfast .«****^ V Winners of the Pumpkin Decorating Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Huntley Library attending the Park District Halloween Party are seated with the winning pumpkins. Soccer Awards Banquet On Saturday, October 28, the Huntley Park District Soccer League fmished up the Fall Season with their soccer awards banquet. All of the participants in both the Spring and Fall Leagues were invited to attend and were awarded a patch. Graham Knott, president of the Park Board made the presentations, introducing the coaches and all of the participants. It was a very successful season for all of our teams and it wouldn't have been possible without all of the coaches and referees. The Park District would like to extend a big thank you to all of these people! Under 8; Hossein Kendy, Dave Trost, Jim Homuth, Under 10; Terry Frihart, Jim Grabill, Bob Headley, Rich Tinsley, George Lombard & Rose Brown, Under 12; John Mercer, Mike Lekics and Jay Jeschke, Under 14; Sally Origer, J. Olson and Dan Fruin, Under 17; Haakon Helland. Huntley residents, ages 3-18, participated in a pumpkin decorating contest sponsored by the Friends of the Huntley Library. Prizes were awarded in each age group and to 3 overall winners in funniest, scariest and most original categories. Winners received books donated by the sponsors. Judges were May Chesak, Mayor Dhamer and Eric Mychko. Winners in each age group were: Ages 3-6: Alison Smith, Keith Montanye ii Todd Weber Ages 7-10: Dana Standing, Kyle Williams & Kathy Holtz Ages 11-13: Ron Rasmussen, Don Farrell ii Leslie Wesemann High School: Jason Shifo, Ray O'Connor ii Chad Reiser Overall Winners: Most Original: Kelly Stensing, age 11 Scariest: Robert Christiansen, age 7 Funniest: Krista Jurs, age 8 ^ Election Results Should the Huntley Area establish a Library District? 479 yes — 248 no Should the county establish the 911 emergency phone ^ system? 12,142 yes - 6,427 no ^ Candidates for Huntley ^ School District Board of * * > > Kelly Cohn & Jennifer Gent dared to "knock on the box"! > ¦ Education (4 selected): James ^ Greve 529, Jane McDonald 583, ^ Betty Ahrens 614, James Heavy J 595 Park District Halloween Party On Halloween all the little ghosts and goblins in Huntley made their way to the Deicke _ Recreation Center in Deicke Park for Huntley Park District's annual Halloween Party! While there, they enjoyed Fun Fair Games (loaned from the P.T.O.), refreshments and the judging of the carved pumpkins (sponsored by Friends of the Library). Everyone had a "ghoul" time! The park district would like to thank their helpers, Michele & Angie Diedrick, Sue ii Dayna Frihart, Christy Jilek, Sally Warrington, Denice Ball, Ammie Reed, Amy & Amanda Piske, Destinee Jacobson, and any others we may have missed! Chuck Sass, Dick Kohley and Chuck Staadt helped with the cooking at the Lions Pancake breakfast. The Huntley Lions should be "old pros" at this pancake business by now, as it is one of their major fund raisers. The money raised is used for the welfare of the conmiunity as well as for eye research. The Lions wish to thank all those who support their efforts. HEA Coral Unit The members of the Coral Unit of Homemakers Extension Association met for their monthly unit meeting on October 4th at Joyce Liputs home. "What's Up Doc?", the lesson for the month, was presented to the unit members, after the meeting, by the Extension Advisor, Nancy Moore. Good health care depends on a partnership. Both patient and physician or other health-care professional must share responsibility for communication. This lesson provided information to assist us in helping families become active partners in their own health care. "The 'doctor knows best' attitude can be counter¬ productive to good medical practice and your health. By learning what to say to your doctor and when and how to say it, we can improve the quality of our medical care." Thanks so much, Nancy, for presenting an excellent lesson/message that day. let's keep in touch! our NEW area code 708 Remember, don't always accept your doctor's word for "gospel". Doctors are human too. If you have a question, ASK IT. If you think a second doctors opinion is necessary, GET IT. Doctors can't read your mind, and most doctors appreciate your questions. Take an interest in your health care. "#1 Health Care is Self-Care." Anyone and everyone it welcome to attend the meetings. Perhaps we'll see you at the next one. Any questions, please contact Beverly King at 815-568-8665 or Barb Schmidt at 815-923-4482. Huntley Penguins A reminder that the Penguins of Huntley Snowmobile Club's annual SNOW BALL DANCE is .November 11, 1989. The time starts at 9:00 pm at the Huntley American Legion. Music is provided by Straight Ahead Music. The price is only $5.00 a person. Door prizes will be given away all night, plus a cash raffle. Tickets for the cash raffle will be available at the door. The Snow Ball Dance is open to the public, so we hope to see a lot of you there.
|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|