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he iiuntletr ^urmsihz • ^^ TTCDC ^fin i^n USPS 580-360 VOLUME 20-NUMBER 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 17,1960 Phone 669-5621 12 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 BBaaCSSSSSSBBSSSaSBSSSBBSBBSSSSaSSS^? ¦ lUefEK COM ELECTION RETURNS Huntley School Board Walter Pupich 233 Judy McLaughlin 108 Jim Reid 204 Bernadine Darling 104 Betty Conley 132 MCC SCHOOL BOARD Huntley Retuns David T. Murphy 158 John D. Sexton 75 Anthony L Wi^clk 209 H. Vila Benrud 28 Robert Seegers 156 VOTES CAST 403 JIM SCHULTZ HONORED Total Retums 2692 1075 2306 1152 2052 -...-.lii*-*-. Last Tuesday, April Tth the jrafton Township Board held its Annual Town Meeting at the Grafton Township Garage. Jim Schultz pictured above was given a plaque for his 14 years of service at Township Auditor. i Hti • JiM KEARNS HONORED WHO? <IA!(J& rUIKNDS WHAT? rUN TAIH WI H3HE ? J3IJiJH.S<]H00L WHI3N? APRIL UrVli WHY? J«3(;AUSJ3 WJ2 LIKJ3 "YOU" Be sure to attend the Family Fun Fair this Saturday at the Grade School from 11:00-3:00 pm. There will be games and refreshments for all the family members. POSTOFFICE CLOSING AT NOON APRIL 19th The Huntley Post office willLOCK ifs front LOBBY doors at 12 noon on Saturday, April 19, 1980 and the public will be unable to get their lock box mail after that time. We will be stripping all of our floors and resealing and waxing them at this time and cannot allow traffic on them again until the following Monday morning. J We ask the co-operation of our patrons in getting their mail before ncmn on Saturday so that we may have this time to refurbish our floors. Five Future Farmers of America members have been honored by the McHenry County Farm Bureau Young Farmers committee. They have been selected for their outstand¬ ing programs in project work and service as chapter members by the Young Farmers commit¬ tee. Winners are one outstand¬ ing member from each chapter plus one overall county winner. Named winner of the Mc Henry County Outstanding FFA Award id Ken Schumer, 17. Harvard High school Senior. Chapter winners include Dar¬ ren Jones, Woodstock; Jim Keama, Hantley; Paul Hiftalin. Marengo; and Kathy Kleckner, Harvard. Schumer has a number of projects with his sheep enter¬ prise the most outstanding. Vice president of the Harvard chapter for thc second year, Ken has 30 ewes, 20 lambs and a ram. He also has poultry production, hay, crops and home and farmstead improve¬ ments as projects. Gary Aavang, Greenwood farmer, is chairman of the Young Farmers committee. SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA HUNTUEY BOAKD OF EMKMntm April 17,1980 7:30 p.m. 1. Can to order of retfrtaig bewrd 2. Pledge to the Flag a.Mfaintes Approve the minutes of the March 27 regular Board meet¬ ing 4. Qmvaas of AprU 12 Board Election 5. Indnctioa of Elected membera 6. AiQoiunment 7. Call to order of New Board 8. Roll Call 9. 0r8anl2atiaa of Botud A. Election of Officers B. Regular Meeting Dates C. Adoption of Board Policy Manual 10. Finance Reporta for Action A. Agenda of Bills B. Reimbursement of Imprese Bills 11. Finance Reporta for InformatloB ^j A. Summary Report for March B. Revised Activity Fund (February) C. Activity Fund D. Cafeteria E. General Ledger for February F. Partial Self-funding Health Insurance G. Occidental Health Insur¬ ance H. Investment Report 12. Snperlntendeot'a Reporta for Action A. IHSA membership for 1980-81 B. Gifted Proposal for 1980-81 C. Issuance of Tax Anticipa¬ tion Warrant D. BOE Policy Series 100 - Adoption E. Vocational One and Five Year Plan 13. Superintendent's Reporta for Information A. MCT: Progress Report B. Athletic Therapy - C. Refund: Area Career Center d: H.S. Gym Heating: Feasibility Study for Conversion to Gas fired E. Completion: Roof Collapse reconstruction project F. DisatkUthy iBsonmce Coverage G. H.S. Storm Sewer Exten¬ sion 14. CMudtteo Keporta 15. ConeapoMleace 16. OM/new bMlneM 17. Opportunity for vMtor* to ¦peak 18. A4|o<iminent LITTLE LEAGUE SIGN UP LTITLE LEAGUE anybody who has not regist¬ ered for Little League or softball must do so at the Legion Home by April 19th. MCC SPRING GREEN This Sunday, April 20th the MCC Floral Club will be holding their annual "Spring Green" from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The open house is sponsored every year under the guidance of the Agricultural Department and its director, Don Barrett. There will be displays of floral designs, com treated for weed control, soil testing, fruit trees, and sheep shearing to name a few. Residents will be able to have their soil tested by digging 6" under the ground surface for soil, spread it on newspaper and keep indoors for 3 or 4 days before the test. The testing will help you to prepare your garden of lawn for spring planting. Proper pruning techniques will also be demonstrated for fruit trees. Students also compared yields of corn treated by weed control and no weed control. All the com was raised in the 100 percent no till plots on the campus. Spring Green will be held this Sunday, April 20. Resident will get tips about flowers, landscap¬ ing, gardens, livestock and crops.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|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|