The Huntley Farmside
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lie Ulitntletr farmside Your Home Town Newspaper ;fHURSDAY. SEPTEMBERS. 1984 VOLUME 25-NIA4BER 25 ^m^^mrz M^P«'«»y LET'S GET ROWDY! WE ARE ROWDY! nctnred above are scenes from the Huntley-South Beloit FbotbmU Gune held last Friday nl^ at Lindsey Field. It was hard to believe that the Senior Citizen News The tegular dab meeting of the Huntley Senior Otizens win be held on Thursday, Sept. 27th beginning with a pot-lu<A at 12 noon. AH Seniors are invited to attend and enjoy a social afternoon foUowing the pot latk. The trip for Sunday, Oct. 28tfa to the Dixieland Cbncert at ^^a Park is almost sold out. The coat for this trip is $10.00 which indudes ticket and transpofta- tkm. We win be stopping for supper on the way home. RMcrvations can t>e made by calling Louise 669-5657. Thursday, Nov. Sth the dub win sponsor a trip to the Christmas Tree House in Lake Geneva. The first stop wiU be at Kikomins (Japanese products) hi Walworth. Following the. tours, lunch wiU be at MUlle's Pancake House. Cost of the trip is S5.00 plus your lundi. Reservatfens by caUing Louise 669-5657 or Fred 669-5968. This trip is fiUfaig up fast and reservations are on a first come basis. members of the Huntley Red¬ skin's Mardifaig Band was the same one we've seen in the past. We're not sure that such enthusiasm was solely because lions Qub News The Huntley Lfons held their first meeting of the new season, September 11th at the American Legion. The meeting was caUed to order by President Chudi Dammyer. Tom Crane lead in the singing of "God Bless America" and "Take Me Out to the BaUgame" with May Ches¬ ak at the piaao. Dick Kohley lead the group in the Pledge at AUeg^ce. Dd Borhart gave the ^vocation. After a delidous Ham Dinner served by the Legkm AuxUiary, an oommktees gave their reports. Four new members were accepted faito the dub; Robert (Bubba) Brannan, Kerry EUison, Bern JU^ and Gary Sdiukze wUl be faiducted at the September 2Sth meeting. The 1-J Zone Meetfaig wfll be held September 24th at John Evans fai Crystal Lake. Don't forget "Candy Day" Oct. 12th. The next meetfaig of the Huntley Lbns wfll be held September 25th, at 7:30 pm at the American Legfon Home fai Hnntley. of the game or a direct result of the dynamic new Band Director, Jeff Rednumn. Either way, the band was a great additfon to the already excited crowd and tiie Voter's Registration RaUy SAT. SEPT. 22 - 9 AM TO 3 PM GRAFTON TOWNSHIP OFFICE For the convenience of thoae persons who work during the week, Voter Registrar Vl^ifaifai Brunsdion wfli be atthe Grafton Townriiip OfBce, 10109 Vtaie St. on Saturday, September 22 Crom 9 am to 3 pm and on Saturday, September 29th ftom 9 am to 12 noon to register persons to vote. The deadUne for registerfaig is October 1 tot deputy registrars. If yon do not register tocaUy by that time you can only register untfl October Stfa at the Courthouse. Other deputy regb- trars are Don Tessmer, precfaict 4 committeeman and Jack Brunsdion, prednd 1 commit¬ teeman and also Roberta Staab at the VUlage HaU fai Huntiey. Virgfaifai Brunsdion is a county reg^trar and can regis¬ ter anyone fai McHeary County. fons were disappointed iHiea the band CaUed to return after haUHme. Next week, we're iriannfaig pictures of the band fai hopes that there wiU be a haUUmediow. FootbaU coverage on bside P«»«e- Grafton Township Resurfaces Roads M i >.* ¦N.*!'^ <¦<>¦»;;* <y- Pictured above are emfdoyeea of the Grafton Towash^ Road District and Oeshe Gmstmctfoa resnrfadng a poitfon of HaUgas Rd. This year, under tiie directfon of Road Commisatoaer Doa Tessmer, tfae district has resurfaced four aad a half mflea oS road, faidadlng potttooa of HaUgas Rd., Unfoa Rd.. Fraak Rd.. a sab-4tt>iskMi fai tiie Crystal Lake area aad streete fai Grfeea's Qite. The Towndiip BoMl District is respooslMe foe tbe mafaiteaance of toads tai aO uaiaoorporated areas.
|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|
|Contributing Institution||Huntley Area Public Library|
|Collection Name||Huntley Area Newspapers|