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^ HUNTLEY ^^»««s!d« VOLUME 18- NUMBER 16 THUI«DAY, JULY 21,1977 rt^m - 669-5621 - If no anawer call ' ; 459-1456 or 459-0998. Pi) 192 HUNILEY, ILL TTSECnONS « SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLE^ SINCE 1960 «r- V PER COPY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH PICNIC .-L ._ M).. ¦ . ¦ Last Sunday, July 17, Trinity Lutheran Charch aad Sanday Sdioai held it's Annual picnic at Deicke Park. The proceeding* began wHb a church service in the shelter. Pastor Harm gave a sermon <mi "HownottoPary". Following the service a delecious pot luck lunch was served. Next on the agenda was the children'a gamea for toddlen to Sth MISS HUNTLEY & HER FAMILY conqrbiational Tam^^uviix^i^x MMM.J CHRUCHiaSTH YEARS OLD "The CongregationtI Charch of Hundey is planning a spedal day for July 31, 19T7. In recognition of the church's 12Sth Anniver¬ sary, the worship service will be held at Deicke Paric at 9:30 a.m. Duriag the service the firuits df the Heifer Pro^ offerings will be dedicated to hunger relief. The youth choir of the United Methodist Chntch of Watetftrd, Wisconsin, will highlight the service with several numbers. Following the service, at IIKX), these young people will also have an informal mini-concert for our . enjoyment. j The all-church picnic, with barbequed chicken will be at 12:00. Bring a dish to go with the chicken and you own table ser¬ vice, to round out the meal. A free-will offering covering the cost of chicken will be taken. Plan now for this day of celebration and fellowship on July 31." HUNTLEY FFA PICNIC The Huntley F.F.A. Ag. council invites you to a iiknic oa July 24. Sanday. It wiO ti« held in Diecke Park at the pavillion at 12:00 noon. Each family is asked to bring their own table service plus one meat dish and one salad or dessert. We hope you can join us for an enjoyable afternoon. Hantley Af. Council. Milk and Ice Cream will be provided. School Reglstratloii August 9th 8i 10th . Any student new to District 158, and all students entering kindergarten, fifth grade and ninth grade must have a physical and dental examination before the first day of school Physical forms may be picked up in the high school office Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. School registration days will be Tuesday August 9 and Wednes¬ day 10 in the High School. SIDEWALK SALE DAY JULY23RD This yew. Hutley's Sidewaft Sale will be held on S«tuntay. Jiily23td. Boodis win be aet 19 at die ilowntowa stores as weO as the Hnntley Center, wldi maiqr Itentt on display at a redaced coct The youth gpmp from the 1st CoogrciatfcNal amidi win agaiB iMidaBntt'sSale. TUa year diefa shaaid ba ao complictiaf eveata, the'aierc- haata liope that eferyoae will oOBM aad bcowae aad mjf tttOo. lacladed ia the Fanaaide are maay adt firom Rsatley mere- haats for Sdawalk Day. Pictured above is Cha* BricUioaae, maaater at Plaecrest Caaatf Ctab. as he views die aew TV, he won from die State Baak ei Hoadey: Mrs. Mwy Lohaen hold d» wiaalac tkfcet.
|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|