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1| e Huntle xi^atmsxbs Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, MARCH 15.1984 VOLUME 23-NUMBER 48 Essay Winners At Auxiliai^ Meeting SBKVDto THE PEOPU OP HUrmfY SINCE 19«0 25c per copy School Board Minates 4. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. At the sound of the gavel the' meeting was brought to order with eight members present. The highlights were the essay winners. The essays were on Freedom and its Responsibili¬ ties. Mabel Schultz, our Ameri¬ canism chairman introduced judge Betty Anderson who teaches at our school. Mrs Anderson told us what a difficuh task it was to pick the winners, cause they were all so good. The children were asked to bring their parents, and after reading their essays, were asked to introduced their proud parents to the auxiliary, get their awards and stay for refreshments. Pictures of the contestants and their essays will be published for all to see the winners and read their essays. I thought they were all great. Reminded me of Church Rummage & Bake Sale The Women's Circle of the First Congregational Church of Huntley will be holding their annual Rummage & Bake Sale 8 am to 1 pm on Friday March 16 and 8 am to nnon on Saturday March 17 in the social hall of the Church. Included in the sale will be clothes of all sizes, kitchen items, furniture, toys, games, jewelry, bookds, patterns and much, much more. Please note your calendar and |4kn to attend. Spaghetti Dinner At Trinity Annual Spaghktl Dinner "All yoo can Eat" will be held in the lower level of Trinity on Tuesday, April 3rd. Serving from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Donation: Aduha M.OO; ChUdren under 12 S3.00. lli^eta will not be sold at the door. •when I was that age and didn't" have the opportunity to partake in such events, I feh so proud for them also. We take our freedom for granted so many times and don't take the time to exercise the important rules for keeping this nation free. May Chesak, girl staters chairman, picked her three girl staters, Jackie Freund, Lynette Fettus, Jennifer Massett and one alternate, Jeanette Hansen, another project to teach good Americanism to our youngsters which the auxiliary is a proud participant in. Dorothy Schaller, poppy chairman reported her project well on its way with f few new ideas. Collection for Foreign rela¬ tions was made. Mexico is the recipient, every little bit helps. Jr High VS Faculty Basketball Game Last Saturday, March 10, the Jr. High VS Facuhy basketball game was played in the grade school gym. The game was great with the students taking lead in the beginning of the game only to see-saw back and foth and then lose by one point to the older, more experienced faculty. This evened the "Score' as the faculty lost by one point last year. The students had felt that it would be an easy task to steal the game from the "out-of-con- dition" teachers but were proven "oh-so-wrong." Not only the facuhy members on the basketball court proved to be in excellent condhion, but also the faculty members at the sidelines cheerleading, proved their lung power and stamina to be strong also. Even though they decided not to do a pyramid for the audience. Continued on page 2 Joan Melahn, veterans affai chairman reminded us of the coming dinner March 20 where the Vets from the State hosphal will be entertained and again, bring clothing donatiooji to the Legion befor that date, good usable clothing, mork on the box the contents and how many to save sorting time. Be sure to get your tickets for the Corned Beef St Cabbage on St. Pats day ftom any of the Legion Members. Sat. March 17 from 5 to 8. Help us be a success. We can't do h without you. Be a participant, we would like to know you. $5.00 for adults, $2.50 for children under 12. I'm sure it will be enjoyable, we'll do our part. See you there. Josephine A special meeting of die Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Constrii- dated Schools, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School buUding on March 1, 1964 at 7:30 pm. In the absence of the President the meeting was called to order by the S^retary at 7:30 pm. Upon roll call the following members answered present: Mrs. Basel, Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Heavey, and r. Zirk. Absent: Mr. Pupich, Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Freeberg. All present joined in the Pledge to the Flag. 1. Mrs. Schadt moved Mrs. Basel 2nd to nominate Mr. Heavey as President Pro-Tem. Nominations closed. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 2. Mrs. Basel moved Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the minutes of the February 23 regular meeting with correc¬ tions. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. Mrs. Basel moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to approve the minutes of the February 23 Executive Session as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. Let The Good Thnes RoU The SO's and 60's are coming bade. But they will be here for one ni^t only. April 7th, fiom 8:00 turr. So get ready to do some nx^ing and rolling and twisting and shouting. The Dynamics will set the beat so slick back yov hair and don't be square. We think Jean are real keen. Don't forget April 7th. 8:00-?? at the American Legion hi Huntley. Proceeds will go to the sixth grade outdoor education fund. You can buy yoar tickets fiom any sixth grader or at the door. See ya later alligator. Heavey 2nd to approve the minutes of the Spedal meeting of February 15 as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 5. Mrs. Basel moved Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the minbtes of the Board workshcq) held on February 18 as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 6. Mr. Zbk moved Mrs. Basel 2nd to approve the Financial/ program plan for FY 85. Yeas: Ziric, Basel, Schadt and Heavey. Nays: none. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 7. Mrs. Schadt moved Mrs. Basel 2nd to approve the appointment of a Blue Ribbon AD Hoc Committee. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 8. Mrs. Basel moved Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the followhig: 2nd Year LOA; Sanda Powell; Effevtive 1984-85 scfaocd year. Extra curricular assign¬ ment: James Hu^es; Assistant Baseball Coach, Effect^e 1983- 84 season. Yeas: Basel, Heavey, Schadt, and Zht. Nays: noae. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion Carried. 9. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Zirk Continued on page 2 Legion Workday Party Sunday, March 11, the Huntley Legion held a workday party with about 16 members of the Legion and Auxiliary partic¬ ipating. Walls were washed, some painted, drapes taken down for cleaning, glass cleaned and new doooratlons put up fbr the St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner coming up this Saturday. A pot luck luncheon was served and everyone went home wom out. Commander Son Emricson and Auxiliary Presi¬ dent Betty Zirk wish to diank everyone who came to help. Pictures appear elsewhere in this issue. Huntley Singers Practice For Concert nctored above are mepibers of tke Himtley fingers practic- faig fbr the Soot Beer and Pretxd Concert. They will be featured hi the finil aong, "Om't Stop The Moic" alons with me combined Hi^i Soioch and Junior fflgh Chomaea. Full itocy off tb* concwt eMb pictufM win appear b next weeka paper.
|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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