The Huntley Farmside
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Ije iUtntktr ^ntmsiiiz GttAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE I960 USPS 580-366^ VOLUME 20-NUMBER 25 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1980 Phone 669-5621 12 FAGES SERVPUG THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 ' F-S BEAT SANDWICH 16-0 MttK SPECIALTIES GROUNDBREAKING LAST WEDNESDAY, SEPT.24tli SCHOOLBOARD AGENDA SPECIAL MEETING September 25,1980 7:00 p.m. 1. CaB te Order 2. Bodget Hearing fer Fiscal 81 A. President Open Discussion B. President Close Discussion 3. Adteornmeat September 25.1980 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. 1. Can te Order 2. Fledge to tbe Flag 3. Mfamtea Approve the minutes of the September 11 regular Board meeting 4. Flaaaee Reporta far Actlaa A. Reimbursement of Imprest BUls B. Retirement of Tax Antici- Pictured above are Paul M. Rowan. Director of Manufacturtng; Don Enstrom, Mayor Of Huntley; Vincent W. Nielsen, President; Thomas E. Clegg, Executive Vice President; Jim Gordon, President of Midstate and Mary Gordon as they break ground from the MUk Speciahies Plant which will be buUt in Kiswaukee Industrial Park in the VUlage of Huntley. The construction alone is estimated to cost between 5 and 6 million dollars. The large one story structure will hold office and a plant. It will sH on about 5 acres of land and be 350 ft. long. The new plant wiU also house an 80 foot stack. MUk Specialties manufactures dry livestock feed. They hope to have the structure completed by June or July. pation Warrants 5. Flaaaee Reporta for InfbrnuUlaa A. Activity Fund for August B. Summary Report for August C. Occidential Health Insur-| ance D. Kemper DisabUity Insur¬ ance 6. Cankoloni Report General Programs (K-12) 7. S^etlnteodeat's Reports for A. Goals for 1980-81 B. Budget for Fiscal 81 C. Personnel D. Investment Rpsolution E. Audhor for Fiscal 81 8. Sapeibrfeadeot's Reporta for hufenuUloa A. ICEl Grant Approval B. DOE Grant Denial C. Change of Township Street Name 9. Cemmlttee RepOTta 10. Certeapoodeoee ll.OM/NewBoabMaa 12. Opportanlty fer VIdtoia to Speak 13. A4|ea»a»eot The F-S Redskins played Sandwich in an away game winnings •' 16-0. The Redskin defense was excellent again this week holdingl| lithe Indians to no pomts and little yardage There was a lot of good^ teamwork on the offense as well and some good passing by Eisenmenger. Mike Smith was out of this game due to a pulled muscle. The 1st Quarter began Huntley in possession and Hansen going to the-33 and again to dte 39. Doyle made the 1st down moving to the 45. Huntley fumbled and Sandwich recovered at the 41. Ryan was downed by O'Brien at the 37. Wesson was stopped by Eisenmenger at the 37. Ryan was tackled bv Manlev at the 34 and Continued on Page 12 MAYOR ENSTROM PROCLAIMS OCT. 10 & 11 CANDY DAY , On Wednesday, September 24th, Mayor Donald Enstiom signed the Lion's Qub Candy Day Proclamation as Lion President Norm Brettschneider looked on. The Lion's hold Candy Day every year to raise funds. These funds are used to help people with vision problems. Some Lionesses will be helping the Lion's again this year. BOYSCOUT PAPER DRIVE Huntley Boy Scout Troop #167 is having a Paper Drive on Saturday, September 27th. To avoid the possibility of not having your papers picked up, we ask that evetyone tie the papers in bundles and have them on the tree bank by 8:00 am Saturday morning, if one should happen to forget, the main collection point will be behind the Legion across from the post ofHce. Papers may be dropped off here anytime between 8:00 am k 3:00 p.m. on the 27th. You cooperation hi this effort is greatly appreciated.
|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|