The Huntley Farmside
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he ilutitleii IfarmsUit Yoor Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, IfM VOLUME 25-NUMBER 20 Jeff Fenniisk>n Wins Trophli M Hontley lif^ness Host Seminar Jeff Pergnsoo of Hnntley entered the Junior Division of a Matdi Play Tournament at Randall Oaks and won the final match 4 and 2. In the North Shore Junior Golf Tournament at Sunset Valley Senior Otizen jMeetlng Aag23rd. The regular meeting of the Huntley Senior Otizea Qub win be held on Thuraday, August 23rd beglnnhig with the pot-hM& at 12 noon. The Seniers voted to bold their dub meethig on tbe 4th Thursday of eadh month from now on. Hosts iar tiie August meeting will be ' Henry and Norma Gariieb and Lee and MBdrwl George. All Seniors in the area are tevited to attend this meeting and oome to the Seidnr CenterMeet and Eat on every other Thursday. Reservatioa* for the Meet Md Eat can be made by calling 669-3751 by Tuesday evening. G(rff aub in Mghland Patk be shota77forl8holeieadand then a 76 to end up winning by 6 strokes. (Medal Play.) Jeff is a Sopliomar* at Huntley Hl^ Scfaool. Arthnlr Enstrom Sldi Many of the folks hi tiie HunUey area have heard of tbe illness of Arthur Enstnm. He would appreciate hearing bom old fHeods and neighbors, ffis address is: Arthur Enstrom P.O. Box 3706 North Whig-Room 4311 Durham, North CaroUna, 27710 Notke OfBce hows for HealtojH Park DittiM f^ the Hweek of Aug. IS - A«g. 23 ate «• feUdt**: 9M ¦ 12.-00 OS We&. Aag.< IS, Set. Atig. 19. Hoa. Aot. M and Wedi Aof.'22. Ob Tbanb A«g.< 23 Ngdv eObeibnm MB tMtute 'wUc& aM iwMUiyi 9M-3MHadSktm9kr»9M- 12K». Ite bfllDe b doeed •• Tpeedhlr*. tbe ^hoM iMdtolb 6694110. This past Sunday, the Huntley lioness Qub hosted a Semfaiar and Summer Supper at the American Legion, for District 1<J Uoness OfBcer and their Laisons. Pariticipatfaig dubs came from Gilberts, Dundee, South Elgin, RoseOe, Bennsenyille, WoodaleandShabbon. The meeting was called to order by District 1-J Uoness Chairman, Ed Carteriwho led the group in the Pledge of Alliance. The Invocatioa waa ghren by Uoness P^an Boriiart aad the group was welcomed to Huntley by Uoness President, OaU Wasserstrass who faitradaoed Past President, Dorothy I>am- itiyer, thefar 100% Secretary, Fran Borfaart, their sponsoring Lion's aub President, Chuck Damihyer and her huaband George. Spedal guests in atteaidanoe were: fanmedtete JPast District Governor, Fred Shutte,'lLenteni- ent Governor, Lahy Mackey and Depdty District Oovenor. Dick Price. Asaodate Uoaeaa Oidrmaa. Joyce Kerr, gave a talk <« 1»r responsibilities of tfae Lioness Local 4-H'ers at Mchenry County ^H'ers had a blue-ribbm day at tfae DlfaK^ State Fair Satur^y, Aug. 11. Local yoikfas exfaibited pro¬ jects to borticalture and wood¬ crafts to hortlcture and wood¬ working. And, when tfae Judges fini^ed tfaeir reviews, tfae area young prople pidced up thefa- share of tfae honors. The Fair's tradfafcmal theme, •Where Ufawis Gets Togetker" is representative of tfae many attractioBB and activWes avail¬ able until the Fair doses on Aug. 19. Mote tiiaa 7,000 Dlfawis yoang ptopte ate expect¬ ed to exhibit projects h the Junior Diviafon oftiie Fair. Nfaieteeit McHenry CouiMy 4-H'ers received coveted "Su- perior Awards" fbr their en¬ tries. From Huntley^ was Monica Fettosi Superior ratings are awarded at tiw diacratfoa of tiie jndgea to entries tfaey consider ootstaadlng. More tiiM 1,071 McHenry County youngsters take part tai 4-H programs thtenf^Vt die year. Young people dwaen to represent their counties at tbe State Pair are tfae "cream of tbe 4-H crop." McHenry CouMy 4-H'ers wfao partic^ed h tiie 1964 State Pair, tiieir exfalMts and their rattaiga faidude: LyneHe Petteti Huntiey^ Flower Arraagfaig, "A" Rating; Monica Petiesi Huntiey^ Macrane, "A Rating": Jeff Halat, Huatieyt SmaU Grafais, "B Rating": and Mary Halat, Hnntieyk Rowers. "A Rating" aad Jane Ffaiaei. Union. Knlttiat. "A Rating". More tiiaa 7,000 young people from tiumigboat DUaois witt partkipate ii tills year's Stat* President aad Cfaainnaa Ed Carter wqriaiaed tfae linportaaee of a good secretary. Lt. Governor, Larry Mackey, gave a sUde fweaentatlaa cm "Companions tai Servlce'\ and eadi person at tbe meeting was given a cfaaace to iirtrodaoe theaudves snd talk on the projects of tiiew respective dubs. Beflttlnt to tfae occasion was tfae anoearanoe at Miss Hunftey' Jsc^ttdlae Prsuad, who fai sponsored by the Huatley Lioness. Jadle stated tiial she looks forward to somedby becoming a Uoness. A Summer Supper of Ham snd Cheese sandwiches, potato salad, macaroni salad, jeOo, rettshes and melon baUa waa served by tfae AmerfcaK L^lon Auxiliary. Otfaer members atteatfing from Huirtfeyi were Jfan and Robfai Spfaiiolas and Marto Fettesi The next scheduled meetfcig of the Huirtley* Uoneaa wlfl be tiie tiilid Wedneaday tai Sep¬ tember at which tfane Ifaera trfll be a Bfaigo Baah Party far all Bingo Worliata. r«#y Oct^Sth Last Day to Register XdVoto Residents of tiie Haatley area are urged to regiateri to vote before October 0tb so they caa vote > iii tfae Nuvemliei dectlQa. Ia a stateWMe drive to regiateri voters ~ matay aew registrars faave beea appolaledl Registrars fai tiie area^ are: Doa Tf iimer. precfaict 4. oont- mitteataun. Vernon Braaadiea. predact 1 oommitteabkaa. Ro¬ berta Staab. Huatiey village baU aad Virginia BrunadMa wIm ia alao a coudty r^lstrar, Tp reglsteri or to diaage ¦ your address ooatact on of tiie foDowfaig; Dim Tessntorj 669- 5S91; Jack BraasdiM. 669- S751: Roberta Staab. 669-2341 or Virgfada Brunadiea at 6«9- 57Slor669-3M3. If yon have awved sfaioe foa laat vetedyou muat diaag* fern address to be able to ««te ia tfae Nov. 6tii dectioa. If you aeed stay faifonaatioB oa votlat tbe reglstran aad predact eaoualt- teeneo wU be ^ad to yovqaa State Fair Fair wfaicfa runs tfarsugh August 19. Tfae 4-H'ers are aakong about 140.000 faivohred b tiie program wlildi is conducted liy the University o^ Dlfaiois Coop¬ erative Exteaaloa Service. Hontley AtUetfc Boosters First jMoetlng Sdwdded The Brat meetfaig of tfae Hnatiqr Atiiletic Booatoi^s dub wiU be faeld oa Wedbesdsy. August 22ad, 19M. The iaeet-> faig wUl be held at tito Amerieaa L^foa ki Haatfayiat 7:30 pn. Farsau kt aD aew Prei^atoa fai atiUadcs are faivlted to altedd aloBg witfa aid member*. s Ice Ckeam Parlor Pktotad above Is BB Faahioa" soda fcuiala llie llaeal owaer faMtaM tbe fawdala to aeeds pTHnalM itafaahoNM lobi made wMfa Oeaa's hadaslL;liM matay tkft, b a tktkm to jmum dbp IWCs aad 40's whai^ 1|l» locallaa r wasttegiacafonhaHoMhraaaMitola.
|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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