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Ife Hitntlen 9utmslhs Your Home Town Newspaper USPS; 580-360 THURSDAY, APRILS, 1984 VOLUME 25 Number 1 312-669-5621 ? SECTIONS 20PAGES SEKVPto THE PEOPLE OP HUiyOEY SINCE 1«0 Fred Frye Installed as Lion :a«p _j25cperccyy Hnntley Lioness Mlnut A Local Police Officer Fred Frye was sworn in as a Huntley Lion in al Iceremony held at the Municipal Building March 24th. The installingl |of!io«r was Jim Hutchinson from Algonquin. Jim is the local IChairman. Pictured above are Lion President Joe Schaller, Sponsor Bob' Hight, Lbn Frye and Installing Officer Jim Hutchinson. Chief Rick Rossi was to be sworn into the club that day also but was called away unexpectedly. The Chief will be installed in at a later date. Paper Drive April 14tli. The Boy Scoots Annual Paper Drive win be held April 14tta. Pleaae leave your papen at the curb after 8 am. Dance Reminder Just a reminder that the 50 - 60's dance is this Saturday night at the American Legion in Huntley. The dance is sponsor¬ ed by the 6th grade parents and proceedes go to the 6th grade Outdoor Education Fund. A trip is planrfed for the near future, so please come, enjoy the dance and help the Outdoor Education Fund. Little Leagae Boy, it's good to know the sun is still in the sky - and finally decided to shine on Huntley! Pack away the stocking hats St exchange mittens for mittst Baseball is just around the comer. This Satorday, A|mII 7 is sign-up dayl I The time is 1 • 3 pm at the Legion. All boys interested, oome in that day and sign up. On April Mth ALL BOYS should meet at the South diamond at 1 pm. This is so that the coaches can see just how many 9, 10, 11 & 12 year olds there are, and what they can do. The teams will be selected on the 14th and after that call Jim Bond at 669-5856. Rain date is the 28th of April (I hope we won't need thatI 11) Going to Bum? Call Fire Dept. It's springtime, believe h or not, and soon everyone will be out raking leaves and cleaning up brush from their yards, then BURNING. Safety is a must. Do not leave fires unattended for sudden spring winds oould cause your fire to get out of hand. Smoke and billowing flames oould alarm your neighbors and the Fire Department into thinking that there may be an alarm, so alert your Fire Department, or Phil Freund (the diief) that yon intend to bum debris so that a false alarm can be avoided. Of course, if your fire does get out of hand, do not hesitate to call the Fire Department at 669-2121. Lioness Plan for Miss Himtley Pageant Once again h is time for preparations for the Miss Huntley Pageant, and the Huntley lioness Qub is hard at work getting all the details together. Contsitsiits most be unmarr¬ ied, between the agea ot li aad 21, and be a tesldeiit of McHenry for at least 6 mondu before the contest desdUne. If yoe are faitetestad. please ODOtact OaU Wsssecsttaas at 669-5803 or' Linda Bocduct at Bake Sale The Huntley Senior Chizen Gub will bold a bake sale on Saturday, May 12th to support their sctivities for 1984. Plans are underwsy to be sure sll Mother's in the commuaity won't hsve to bske for kfother's Dsy. Be sure to msrk yoor cslendar for Saturday, Msy 12th and plan to help the Seniors wdtb this yesr's fund rsiser. The regular meeting of the Huntley Uoness waa csiled to order, by President Hartmsnn, on Msrch 21st, st 7:40 pm. The meeting opened with the club singing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and the reching of the Pledge of Allegiance. Gail Wasserstrass, in Fran's absence, read the minutes of the previous meeting. They were spproved as read. Karen Kohley read the treasurer's report. Tbey are subject to Olive's approval upon her retura. It was reported that the board approved a donation of $100 to the Eye Research Foundation and SlOO to a fund for a little boy from Burilngton. Don Bower from Lion's Intematk>nal will be our guest speaker at the April meeting. District Convention will be held at the Hyatt Regency on April 6th & 7th and the State Convention on May IBth, 19th St 20th. The Lioness bought one Slffiit St Sound Sweepstakes Booklet for the dub. May Chesak reported oa her meeting with the Junior giris, seeking candidates for Giri's State. Tbe Uoness Qub is sponsoring 2 giris slong with the giri the Auzilisry is sponsoring. A thsnk yoa csrd wss read from Sue Frick. The Rosdle Uoness Club is sponsoring sn Esster Parsde of Fsshbns on April 11th. The cost is $12.50. An bvitstlon wss read froin the Uon's of Boselle to their SOth Anniversary Party at Indian Lskes, In Bloomingdsle, on Msrch 23rd. Cost $25.00. The installation of the Hnnt¬ ley Uons and Lionesa will be May 12th at the American Legion. Letters will be sat to Women's Mechanics Course each member with more infon mation. Youth Bingo is schedaled for Thursdsy, Msrdi 29th. h wss moved and 2nd to give the oonunittee S200 to buy the additional prizes needed, it wss alao moved and 2nd to hold Youth Bbgo only two times a year, once in spring and again in November, as the summer Youth Bingo was pooriy attend¬ ed. Ariene Mattingly reported on the new slate of ofBoers for 1984^. President: Oall Wass- erstrass, 1st Vice; Ariene Mattbgly, 2nd Vice; Gwen Jmsen, TsUtwister; Lorrabe Dobrolbsky, Secretsiy; Frsn Borhsrt, Tressurer; Olive Staadt, Directors; Karen Kohley (I yr), Dorothy Schaller (1 yr), Bev Hartmann (1 yr), Betty Ahrens (2 yr) and Msrie Fettes (2 yr). It wss moved snd 2nd thst the nombstfons be spprov¬ ed and the nombated slate become the elected slate. Csrried. Phyllis Brettschneider award¬ ed the Bowlbg TrofAies won by teaa 2 b tbe lions. Bowling Toumsment held b Jsnuary. Betty Msttin^y, Csrol Welridi, Bobble Tessmer, Msrie Fettes snd Bev Hsrtmsnn received trophies. Vhyllla reported thst tfae Scotch Doubles will be held April 7th. Twenty tuples sre needed. Costto be S16 bdudbg food. Bev reported that the Uoness will aot hsve their own district this yesr. Criterion for 100 % Secretsry Award wss read. It was moved snd 2nd to table this dedsloa until next month. Bills were psid to Dorothy Scfasller for the ttatae fot onr chsrter snd to Bobbie Tessmer Contbued on Page 2. ¦Pictured above are two oTtke wonum who comideted die Ladk«| I Auto Mechanic Course ran by ^M Huntley park DiNrict. Thbl Ipicture wss taken on the nigbt thsjr completed tbe camtae. Thel |bstructor, Larry Warrington, seen b the backgronad, tfsabled his| ¦truck removing bsttery cables, spsrk plug wires and other parti ( the engbe so that the vehide would not run. It was tbe ladies taak to ibd ok why the truck would not ran snd to get it Parted. Students psrtidpatbg were Pat MsU, Msry Msnning, June Maynard, Rose Mary Msster snd Cora Woodraff.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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