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^ HUNTLEY '3f"*'^''^« THURSDAY, FEB, 23, 1961 VOLintfE 1—NO. 47 PHONE ¦mttey 5621 — C. L. 4fi9-0M8 HOMX PHONE 4S9-40S8 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLT CeFw Huntley Ckapter F.F.A. First Row: Carl Jensen, Alan Aavang, Gary Borhart, Dave John¬ son, Danny Arseneau, Milte Sill>erhom; Second Row: Mr. Barrett, Douglas Swanson, Rod Mortimer, Darryl Reeves, Erwin Hottz, John Feetes, Koa HOI; Tblrd Row: Allen Heimsoth, Harold Swan¬ son, Terry Henning, John Riedl, Nicif Susonfi^, LeRoy Alirans, Joel Belden. F.F.A. Banquet The week of Feb. 18 to 25 is set aside each year as national F.F.A. week. During this week boys from all over the country make window displays, hold banquets and cele¬ brate with projects. This year the Huntley F.F.A. Chapter created a window display in the office of the Huntley Farmside. This display is made up of the big blue and yellow banner, the symbols of each of the various ofices and several awards which the chapter has received during the past year. Last Saturday night, Feb. 18, the F.F.A. held their annual banquet at the Trinity Lutheran Church. A delicious ham dinner was served F.F.A. BANQUET . . . Continued on Page S Jan. Milk Price The blend price for milk testing 3.5% butterfat delivered In the 55- 70 mile zone In January, 1961 was $3.60 per hundred pounds. This is the order 41 price announced by the Federal Milk Market Admin¬ istration acocrding to Elwood Howell, Secretary of the Wood¬ .stock Progressives. To this price should be added the super pool price of .09c cwt. on base milk. January was the first month the new bases made in Sep¬ tember, October and November, 1960 weer used in paying out the BASE PRICE . . . Continued on Page 2 Heart Sunday Fek. 26 Heart Sunday Ne.xt Sunday is Heart Sunday In Huntiey, as throughout llie na¬ tion, when volunteers call on their neighbors to enust their help in the fight against heart disease — the nimibcr on enemy whicn claims more lives than ah other diseases combined. Heart Sunday Chairman is Mrs. A. J. Jordi, president of the Amer¬ ican Legion Auxiliary, who with auxiliar>' membei-s are conducting the heart campaign in Huntley and Grafton township for the second year. Volunteers will make their calls in conjjunction with times set aside nationally, from nono to four, on Sunday, Feb. 26, with a few ex¬ ceptions. In some rural areas, calls will be made by mail. Mrs. Jordi felt confideent that the response would be as good as from personal visits because om fthe importance of the cause and the wide public approval of the Heart Association and its program. Heart Volunteers will wera iden- ) tification tags and will leave an In¬ formational leaflet as they collect their gifts for Heart. Mrs. Jordi explained that nearly one half the Heart Dollar is in¬ vested in basic heart research, which has totalled over fifty mil¬ lion dolairs since the t>eginning in 1948 of the nation-wide effort to Flection Lineup Now with all of the elected of¬ fices either open for nomination or past the final closing date for nom¬ ination. The Huntley Farmside felt that it should post a list of the candidates running for the school board, Grafton Township Board and Grafton Park Board. The fi¬ nal closmg date for nominations to be filed for the office of town board was last Saturday, Feb. 18. Three parties besides the indepen¬ dent party are running for this of¬ fice: the Citizens Party, Tay Pay¬ ers Party, and the People Party. The Huntley Farmside will print in a later edition articles when ELECTION LINEUP . . . Continued on Page 7 Red Cross Fund If there were a disaster in Hunt¬ ley, caused by a tornado, earth¬ quake, enemy attack or devastat¬ ing storm, your Red Cross is pre¬ pared to provide everyone in Huntley or anywhere else in the U.S. with help. Last year Red Cross provided food, shelter, cloth¬ ing and medical aid in 325 different disasters. In the last 10 years, 111 million dollars was expended in 2100 dis¬ aster operations. Fortunately, we haven't needed disaster aid in Huntley, but if we had, perhaps we RED CROSS . . . Continued on Page 7 Grrade Sckool Tournament Results of Grade School Tourney Huntley Lions Club Tri-County tournament ended last Friday, Feb. 18. The following is a list of how the teams placed In the tour¬ nament. 5th and 6th Grade Teams: 1st St. Pats 2nd—Woodstock Srd St. Joes - Elgin 4th—Huntley 7th and Sth Grade Teams: 1st—St. Pats 2nd -Woodstock 3rd—St. Joes 4th -Union TOURNAMENT . . . Continued on Page 7 Grafton Park Board Meeting The next regular meeting of the Grafton Park Board will be held tonight, Feb. 23. At the last meeting of the Park Board, It was decided to change the meeting date from the third Thursday of every month to the fourth Thursday of every month. This meeting was covered in the Feb. 2 edition of this paper. At this next meeting a proposed plan to take over the duties of the Lake Preservation Council will be discussed. At a recent joint meet¬ ing between the Grafton Park Honorary Ckapter Memkers Smtcd above are, left to right: Mr. Stanley Steacal, Dr. Mc¬ Pherson, Mr. Everett Kray, for DiyndOed anr Kray Meat Mark^ and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swingle. Board, Crystal Lake Park Board and Lake Prcsevratlon Council it was discussed whether or mot the two Park Boards should Jdntly GRAFTON PARK . . . Continued on Page 9 Were You Tkere? Warning to > Motorists Hupntley's 1961 Motor Vehicle License must be displayed by March 1 on the right hand corner of the front windshields of motor vehicles operating from within the confines of the village of Huptley, thus says the Village Coimcil. Huntley residents who do not pur¬ chase their Village Vehicle License betore March 1 will hav to pay an additional 50 cents per month to obtain such licenses. At the present time Village Vehicle li¬ censes are $3.00 for passen^r cars and $5.0 for trucks. There is an or¬ dinance on file In the Village Hall to enforce this license. Residents may pick up their Vil¬ lage License at the City hall from 8 to 5 Monday through Friday and In the evenings at 8 p.m.
|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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