The Huntley Farmside
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^k HUNTLEY ^««irfe VOLUME 9 — NUMBER 81 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1968 PHONEl •669-6621 (any time) (if no answer) 469-0998 >t-^''^: SCHOOL FILE HUNTLEr HIGH SCHOOL HUNTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES M/VILKD AND nMTRJRIi'FIt MIBI1MIW T caali a c«».- FFA Annual Slave Sale The Huntley F.F.A. wishes to thank the people for participating in tho annual slace sake, Thursday. November 7, 19G8, which netted the cause $1060.61. At the sale 40 boyg were sold, the highest being at $57.00. The average for the sale was $21.38 which is over last year's average at 20.24. There was also a donation of $35.00. The 2 canes and the hat aold broufcht a total of $26.00. After the slave sale a bake sale was held. The highest pie brought $29.00. The total for the bake sale was $143.40 which brought the en¬ tire total to $1060.61. The Huntiey F.F.A. also wishes to thank Howard Ruth for being our auctioneer. One half of the money will go to tho Vo-Ag Council scholarship fund which provides maney for bays en¬ tering further education in ag-re- lated occupations. This includes 4 yr colleges, Junior colleges and short courses. The other half will go in the club treasury. F.F.A. Reporter Greg Bundgard • NOTICE • The Huntley Lions club will again have Christmas trees this year. The trees will be on sale in the Main Street park by the flrst of Decem¬ ber. The McHenry County Council of the American Legion will meet in the Woodstock Legion Home Nov¬ ember 21, 1968. The Huntley Street Committee announced today that the snow re¬ moval ordinance is now in effect. On the days that there are two or more inches of snow, automobiles must be moved from the streets from 2 to 6 A.M. A special meeting of the Village Board will be held on Tuesday, Nov¬ ember 26, in the Board Room of tbe Village Hall, Cowd Street, Huntley Illinois at 8 pjn. The purpose of tbe meeting is to issue bonds for the proposed impro¬ vement to the Hnntley water and sewer systems. Village Board , Meeting The regular meeting or the Hunt ley Village Board was held on Thursday, Novemer 7, in the Board room at the Huntley Village Hall. All members of the Board were present. The Board recognised Mr. Mar¬ vin Birchfield, financial consultant for the recently passed water and sewage bond issues. Mr. Birchfield told the Board that they could save $26,700 if they reduced the amount of time for paying off Mhe bonds from 20 years to 15 years. The Board voted to extend the bonds for a period of IB years rather than 20 years. Mr. Birchfield told the Board thaf another way tbey could save money in interest was to sell the bonds at the end of this month. If tbe tx>nds arc sold at that tirae and the Board filed a bond resolution witii the County Clerk in December the Vill age would have a 1968 levy and the money would be collected in 1969 .Mr. Birchfield told the Board thai all of their bond payments are due in January. He said that if the Villuk^ulf sell the bonds in 1968 (ind ConScl money in 1969 and make their first payment in Januarr 1970 -Mat^h^^raiJtf-«0e't(haHd^3H^ - interest. On the other hand if the Village waited until the first of the year and makes their levy in 1969 they will not be able to mature a Continued on Page f Veterans Day Observance Cub Meeting The Huntley Cub Pack 167 meet¬ ing has been postponed one week from November 13 to Thursday, November 21. All boy.s of Cub Scout age, 8 to 11 are invited to attend with their parents.. The Cub Pack is still in need of one more Den Mother. Cubmaster Alfred G Swanson 669-5681 veteran's Jay was otoaerved in Huntley last Monday, Nov. 11, with a parade from the high school (o the Huntley Amerkan Legion Hall. The parade was led by a contbhi- ed color guard of the Huntley Anierican Legion and the Legion AuxiliaQT, followed by the ttrtng squad, dignitaries, Ugh school and grade sdiooi bands, and children from the Huntley school and Soouts. At the Legion home Coromaader Huntley Lost Last Game 14-13 Robert Schultz introducad Rev. Father, Day, whe wae guest apeidc- erat the 11 o^dock ceremony. Father Day gave the foUowlhg sp««ch: 'Til atKt wiOi a poem I team¬ ed in high school ... In Flanders Field the Poppys grow tMtwMn the croBscs row on row that mark our paths and then the akies . . . and then it ooodudes, to yoa from fall¬ en hands wc hold the tordi, be yoxrs to lift It high, and if you break faith with us who die we riiaU not sleep tho pcfipya trow in Flanders Field. My friends there is a world of Coadnne* «¦ Page Six By BOB WICKE Huntley lost its last game of the season to tfae Raiders of Earlville bythe score of 14 to IS and with it any chance fdr a share in the Little Eight Conference title as Hamp¬ shire deafeated Hebron in action last week-end. Huntiey struck for a score the first time they had the ball on a pass from Chuck Godil to Barry Bor¬ chart, but the point was missed to made the acore 6-0. EarlvUIe then countered witfa two toucbdowtiB and the consequent point attempts were good to make the score at the end of the first half Earlville 14, Huntley 6. In the second half Huntley push ed over another score on a pass from Goehl to Borchart with the point attempt good to make tfae score Ekrlvflle 14. Huntley 13. Huntley saw later scoring oppor- tnnities slip away on inteneptions and fumbles and the gtm finally sounded with the final score Earl¬ ville over Htmtley by the score of 14 to 18. The loss dropped Huntley into a tie for second place in the Little COBttnaed on Page Seres Two Church Youth Join In a jdnt annotmcement, the Rev Father Day, Pastor of St. Mary's Catiiolic Churdi, and the kev. Rob¬ ert L Frank, Pastor of the First Congregational Church, ittfomed their parishoners that starting on Sunday, November 17th, the high school stadents of St. Mary will meet with the high school students of tfae First Congregational Church on a regular and full partidpation basis. The high sdiool students of fhe First Congregational Church meet in an organization called the Senior Pilgram Fellowship. T^ Senior P.F. meet the flrst and third Sun¬ days of every month.. Both pastors made it clear that this unique relationship between tfae two drarches was nothing new, but simply a continuation of what the early founders of both churches had always done. The forefathers of both churches linked tiieir arms together in service and we ar* ahn- ply doing the aame today.
|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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