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i^he EuntleB Jarmsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1986 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 27 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 YOUR HOME TOWN PAPER SINCE 1960 25if Per Copy Outstanding Senior Awarded to Huntley Resident Louise Kreutzer of Huntley has been chosen by her peers as "Outstanding Senior" for 1986. The panel of judges selected Mrs. Kreutzer based on forms submitted by her fellow-workers at the State Senior Legislative Forum held in Springfield this past week. The awards were presented to the winners [one male and one female], at the Senior Awareness Expo, O'Hare Exposition Center at Rosemont on Friday September 26th immediately following the official opening ceremonies at 12:00 noon. The 1986 Awareness Expo ran from Friday, the 26th through Monday September 29th. Sponsors of the contest were Lt. Governor George Ryan and Dennis Zavac, Executive Director of the Executive Services Corporation who presented the awards. 4-H Tag Day On Saturday, October 4th, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., 4-H members, parents and friends will participate in a tag day to raise funds for the 4-H program in McHenry County. These volunteers, easily identified by their green and white 4-H aprons, will be soliciting donations in most major shopping areas throughout McHenry County. Contributors will receive an official 4-H button to advertise their support for this outstanding youth organization. The Tag Day is being organized by the McHenry county 4-H Youth Foundation. Co-Chairmen for the event are Monica Fettes of Huntley and Jim Finch of McHenry. School Board Minutes The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Consolidated Schools, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School building on September 11, 1986 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:40 p.m. Upon roll call the foUowind members answered present: Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Heavey, Mr. Greve. Absent: Mr. Freeberg, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Bauman. All present joined in the pledge to the flag. 1. Mr. Heavey moved, Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the min utes of the August 28th regular meeting as corrected. 4 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 2. Mr. Greve moved, Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the minutes of the August 28 executive session as written. Marching Band Debut a Success A new approach tn marching baud porforinanoe was seen by opened with members performing a visual sound wave to futuristic sound effects produced by a synthe- sizer located on the side- line. The show continued with members marching in the form of uncoiling spirals, and a drill involving intricate pass throughs. The spirit in this first performance waa extremely high. The band hopes to perform an additional number in the second show this weekend at the homecoming game. Upcoming performances, for the band, include a compe¬ tition in Marengo Sunday, October 12th and three remaining home football halftime shows. Absentee ^ Ballots McHenry County Electors expecting to be absent from the County for the November 4th, 1986 General Election may now cast an absentee ballot in the office of Rosemary Azzaro, County Clerk, according to an announcement from the Clerk's Office. Absentee applications in person can be accepted up to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, November 3rd, in the Clerk's Office. The County Clerk's Office will remain open Saturday, November 1st, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to permit absentee voting. The last day to receive applications by mail is Thursday, October 30th. Absentee ballots mailed to individuals must be voted and returned to the County Clerk's Office no later than the mail delivery on November 4th, 1986, to be properly delivered to the respective polling places. Applications for absentee voting may be obtained by calling 815/338-2074 or writing to the office of County Clerk, 2200 N. Seminary Avenue, Woodstock, Illinois 60098. Handbell Dedication Huntley Harvestors Lions Club Minutes A two octave set of English Handbells will be dedicated on Sunday Oct. 5th during the 10:30 service of the First Congregational Church in memory of Henry Marlowe. Megan McDonough will perform several munbers. The public is invited to attend. 4 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 3. Mr. Greve moved, Mr. Miller 2nd to approve the 1986/87 School District Annual Report and Application for Recognition. 5 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 4. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the Board of Education meeting dates for 1986/87. 5 yeas 0 nays Motion carried. 5. Mr. Heavey moved, Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the employment of Marilyn Richards as FTB Substitute Teacher/Clerk. Yeas: Heavey, Schadt, McDonald, Greve, Miller Nays: None 5 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 6. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the Tax Abatement request from Pentaplex. 0 yeas - 5 nays Motion denied. 7. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr.Heavey 2nd to adjourn at 11:05p.m. 5 yeas - 0 nays Meeting adjourned. The Huntley Harvester's 4-H Club Cordially invites you to help celebrate their 60th anniversary and dedication of the flag pole in honor of Henry Marlowe on Sunday Oct. 5, 1986 1:00 PM at "Or Timers Park" North Church Street Huntley, II. With an anniversary celebration in the Social Hall of the Congregational Church immediately following INSIDE THIS ISSUE Church News P. 2 Sports & Leisure P. 4 & 5 Neighborhood News P. 7 & 8 Down On the Farm P. 10 & 11 Homecoming P. 5 & 6 The regular meeting of the Huntley Lions Club was called to order on September 23, 1986 by President Ed Hartmann at 7:30p.m. at the American Legion. Thirty-five members were present. May Chesak and Barney led the group in song featuring "Comin Round the Mountain" and "The Grand Old Flag". The pledge was led by Dan Ziller, and De! Borhart led the prayer. Minutes from the last meeting were read and approved. The zone meeting is scheduled for September 30 with plans for over 100 Lions to attend. Candy Day is set for Oct. 9 &, 10, says Darryl Gurnet and Chuck Staadt. Lets all get our cans moving and help out. Members were asked to attend the flagpole dedication at Ol' Timers Park. Ten members plan on attending. A card of thanks was read from John Mattingly. A discussion was held about a possible dues increase, about sending used eye glasses to foreign countries, about changing the date for the Chicken BBQ, and about repairing the BBQ signs. Lee Hennig received his 10 year monarch and perfect attendance pin. Frank Peletz received his vest and pin. Carol Weirich entered the meeting and presented the Lion's with a check for $500.00 for parking cars at the D.F.C. picnic. The meeting weis then adjourned. Dick Kohiey, Secretary Dairy Expo World Dairy Expo, the world's premiere trade show for dairy farmers, will be held Oct 1 through 5 at the Dane County Exposition Center in Madison, Wisconsin. The show, the largest of its kind and international in scope, is entering its third decade of service to the dairy farm family. "Although a twentieth anniversary is a time to look back and reflect on past successes, we are instead working to make the 1986 edition of World Dairy Expo the best ever and continuing with quality programming and exhibits to educate and inform America's dairy farmers," says Brad Rugg, World Dairy xpo's Executive Vice President. Plans for the 20th Annual World Dairy Expo feature nearly 400 commercial exhibitors displaying the latest available dairy farm technology, products and services. Dairy experts are scheduled three times daily Wednesday through Saturday in the Education Tent. Timely and informative speakers will address day to day farm management needs such as feeding and health care for good replacement heifers, preventative techniques for calf scours and mastitis, record-keeping systems and helpful tips for raising top quality forage. A moti¬ vational speaker will get you excited about the dairy future, state and national dairy promotion board rep¬ resentatives will discuss "How Wisely Is Your Advertising Dollar Being Spent?", and a panel of industry experts will offer their predictions on where the dairy industry is headed over the course of the next decade. The line-up of expert presentations will conclude with the timely question, "What Did The Whole Herd Buy¬ out Accomplish?" Senior News Senior citizens met September 25th for a pot luck luncheon at the Congregation Church Social Hall. After lunch, President Ahrens called the meeting to order and the pledge to the flag was given. Roll call was taken, minutes were read and approved. Treasurer Schweiger gave his report which waa approved. The birthday song was sung for celebrants. The committee for October meeting is May Chesak, Frances Crowley and Emma Gehrke. Dave Veath,,fire chief, gave a talk on fire pre¬ vention. He invited members to attend the Open House, October 5th, at the grade school parking lot. He gave advice on the type of smoke alarm and fire extinguisher to buy. He offered his help to anyone in putting up a smoke alarm. He passed out decals to be placed near the bottom of a bedroom door to aid firemen in rescuing anyone trapped in a bedroom by a fire.
|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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