The Huntley Farmside
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Ife Huntletr 9utmBihe OKAFTON TT—*»«»*ip'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPEB -SINCE 1960 USFS 580-360 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1983 VOLUME 23-NUMBER 25 ^"""^, III. 60U2 SEKVnto THE PEOPLE Of n~.. 25c Ber Copy SfSSS^ Dinner Show Rehersal Scenes ..The Hills and Warringtons are tuning up for "Alexander's Ragthne Who's missing from Old McDonald's Farm? Band. «*¦. •»-. ' ¦> ia1» am wmir q|HIBIfa*«MMMa«t|M> «^. ~ ¦! MWilii" of Ble Chaucer Choir 'Pliis One' prepare fbr the show they are giving in conjunction with a spaghetti dinner this Saturday, October 8. The show, enthled "What's In A Name" promises an hour of entertainment for all ages. Dinner show times are 5:30 and 8:00 p.m. Reserved seat tickets ara stlH avaUable by caUing 669-5522 after 5:00 p.m. To find out who the 'Plus One' is, you must have a ticket Huntley Marching Band Takes 1st. Place Water Tower vleaovll The Huntley VUlage Board approved the hiring of the American Tank tc Tower Co. to clean and disenfect the Huntley water tower. This was done over this past week-end. The water tower was cleaned of rust sediment and the mains flushed. However, the water may be rusty for a couple of days. The Water Dept. wishes to apologize for any inconvience caused by the rusty water, and assures us that better days are close at hand. ¦ Dave Oldham Clas9 A After many years of trainhig, Dave Oldham, passed his highest certification and has become a Oass A Operator. Dave works at the Huntley Water Treatment Plant, is a dedicated and concientious woiter and the ViUage is lucky to have him. Congradulations Davel t IJonsJCaadyi>|tyJBiaiirtoini»d, Metyor-Lion Donald Enstrom is shown signing the Proclamation declaring Friday tmd Saturday,. October 14 A 15 Candy Day in Huntley. President Joe Schaller and Cmdy Day Chairman, Norm Brettschneider look on. PTO Cash Giveaway Extended Pictured above, Tanya Pupich and Becky Pierce. On Sunday, Oct. 2i<d the Huntley High School Marching Band participated in the Marengo Settlers Days, Marching Band Compethion. They won first place in their class, and fmished third overall in both the parade and field show competitions. The band will be performing at the home football games on Oct. 7, 22, 28 and Nov. 4th as well as marching in competition in the sycamore Pumpkin Festival Parade on Oct. 30th. MUSIC BOOSTEBS MEETING Come to the 1st Music Boosters Meeting of the year. It wUl be held October 13th at 7:30 in the High School Music Room. , NOTICE THE STATE BANK OF HUNTLEY WILL BE CLOSED- MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. COLUMBUS DAY. Wa ara W^m% aa daaa ta (ha tap wa hava aataaJaJ tha caah glvaawiqr far MM addMeaal asaath. if yoa havaa't had the •ppartiadty to aaypatt Iha eoa^alar faad ap aiBI aow, •Pleaaa do- TUa later tha Udai RECOGronoN nigbti Don't mlas the first home football game on October 7th. Between games, we wiU hold a recogaitioa cereoKMiy fbr aU that helped whh the fbotbaU field ref^irbtohfais pniject. nimois Lions Club Candy Day fbr humanitarian servloes Blbd/Deaf, is a ttaditional event held annually. Members of the JIuntley Lions and Uonesa Qubs wiU be working hard on Friday, October 14, and Saturday, October IS, 1963 to raise substantial funds. They wUI be "fiving away" Lions Candy Rolls in exchange for contribu¬ tions for their comprehensive program to aid the visually handicapped and hearing im¬ paired, together with locai pn)}ects, such as teener league baseball, rescue squad, chUd¬ rens Halloween aad Christmas partlea, Oty beautificatioB ( ree plantlag etc.), Christmas pack¬ ages fbr needy CamUiea hi the township, eye glasses and examlnatioas for local residents, and chUdren who cannot afford them. Also, mobU eye testing and hearing units for local citizens, plus many more projects too numerous to mention. Boy Scoats Paper Drive The Huntley Boy Scouts are having a paper drive on November 12th from 8 to 4. Please save your papers for thla wmthwhlle orgaaizatloa. Put them at tbe ci^ ahd tbey wlU be carted away for you. If you have papen and are unable to buntOe them or get them out for tbe b«iys yoa may caU Bern JlMt at MI9-SS40 far assistaace.
|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|