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W^t iHuntleQ Jffarmailic GJ THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1963 VOLUME 23NUMBER 35 • '-^MrNSHlP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER -SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 16 PAGES 2Secttoci8 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF Hu... SINCE 1960 25c per copy ED WILLIAMS RETIRES On January 3, 1984 Ed Williams will retire as rural mail carrier after serving Route 1 for 23 years. During his years of service, Ed has seen the rural route grow by an additional 10 miles and 100 additional boses to its present size of 83 miles long and 425 boies. He has wom out 5 cars while driving over a half million miles without an accident. He holds the National Safety Councils 23 years safe drives certificate. Ed has served some of his customers from the time that they were children until now when they are adults with families of their own and operating their own farms. We ail wish Mr. Williams good health, happiness, and many good years of retirement. Vacation Playday Kids Bingo is being plann¬ ed for Christmas Vacation for all kids under 18 years old. However, there is a correction on the date previously published a week or so ago. It will be DECEMBER 29th. at the Huntley Legion Home, from approximately 1 to 3 p.m. New prizes are being planned by the LioneM Club and refreshments will be served, so mark your calendar now for THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29th and plan on being there for a great time. A Sl.OO donation is asked, to help cover the expenses. Kids Bingo is spon- . sored by the Huntley Lioness Oub. HandbeU Choir to Perform at Brookfield Zoo The Handbell Choirs of the Congregational Church will pteaeat a concert at Brookfield Zoo Dec. ISIh at 5:00 p.m. Pour Choirs wid' participate at the Holiday Magic Celebration be¬ ing held that week at Brookfield. The Handbell Choirs consist of one grade school, one high school and two adult groups making a total of 40 ringers. The choirs perform on a set of 61 En^ish Whitechapel handbells. Helen Marlowe and Larry and Betsey Warrington are directors ofthe choirs. CENTURY 21 CHANGES HANDS Hnntley Grade School Christmas Program "Leon and the Christmas Starship" will be arriving at Huntley Grade School Monday Decem. 19th. at 7:30 p.m. Students from Kindergarten through sixth grade will be performing songs in hopes of explaining what Chrismtas "is" to Leon, a friendly alien. The Huntley choirs and bands will be presenting a Holiday Concert Tuesday, Dec. 20th at 7:30 p.m. in the grade school gym. The junior high ensembles will be performing holiday favorites like Leroy Anderson's SLEIGH RIDE and WHTTE CHRISTMAS. High school groups will bring you JINGLE BELLS, THROUGH THE AGES with our own elves and the Andrews Sisters and a CHRISTMAS POPS medley. The choir will close the concert with the HALLELUJAH CHORUS from Handel's Messiah. We invite alumni and those who have sung it befbre to join us. We hope you will come and enjoy these holiday programs. . Please bring copy fbr the newspaper in by Monday, December 19th. for our Christmas Edition. Thank You Your Editor Lynn Klein and Audrey Schii^ of CENTURY 21 New Heritage are pleased to announce their purchaae of CENTURY 21 Fanntown in Huntley. "We feel that the Huntley location, with its 1-90 access is an important link in our chain of what now includes 4 offices- Elgin, Hampshire, Huntley and Marengo. In the last few years, we have found a substantial number of oor buyers wotk in the Schaumburg , Elgin^area, but want' to raise their children in a more family oriented, village environment. Huatiey flu dieae criteria perfiectly. We're excited about this new location and fieel vety poridve about the service our 4 «flice system can offer Huntley's residents and property owners. Mrs. Schick and Mrs. Klein also hope that the people in our community will stop in and visit the sales staff Tom Wilde, Louise Peters and Pat Martin and meet both Audrey and Lynn^ SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COURSi! UFFERED Congregational Church Pictured above, young snowmobUers as th^ak^arH^^^ty^ education course given at the Grafton Township Garage Uat Saturday. Under Olinois law, the oourae is requited Ibr youngsters 12 through 16 yrs old who plan to opente a saowmobUe without adult supervision. These indivkiuals wfll receive a SaowmobUe Safiety Education Certiflcate, issued by ttw Conservatk» Department upon successM comirietioB of the oourse. Instmctors fbr the dass were Ron Zitk and Jfan Bood. Christmas Concert The 1st. Congregational Church held itsAnnual Christ¬ mas Concert at the churoh this psst Sunday night. The BeU Choirs performed many Christ¬ mas Songs and Christmas Carols were sung, some by the entire congregation. Cari HiU sang O Holy Night and Lany and Betsey Warrington sang Pretty Paper. The Choirs of course were wonderful but much of the credit goes to the directors; Choir Directors, Prudy Cole and Luann Lamz and BeH Masters; Helen Mariowe, aad Larry A Betsey Warrington. Acccmipian- Ist; Barbara Faga. The Women's Circle and Hospitality Committee faivited aU fbr re^afluneats in thc Social Hall aftcr«inet:ooc8tt.
|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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|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|