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^ HUNTLEY ^om^id. VOLUME 16 — NUMBER 48 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1976 ~ rHONV - MMCU — ON* AanfW 459-14M at af-sns FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES SERVING THE VlUPLft Of WUNTIiPy gHWCB-lMt iso.BRCorr »¦. Si^^ WEEK FEBRUARY 21-28 Meeting Notice NOTICE CANDIDATES DAY To meet the candidates of District I. An informel gathering with no formal speecflies, will be held at the American Legitxi Home in Hunt¬ ley, cm March 7th from 1:00 till 4:00 p.m. 1 am sure everyone mnist have many questions of all the hopefull oamSdates. Grafton Township Republicans Open Letter BOY SCOUT PANCAKE BREAKFAST FEB. '7 9th 1 .'¦ * As yeu well know, Dean A. Mar¬ lowe is a candidate for County Board from District I. Di,<rt;rict I includes Grafton and Algorquin Towr.'^hips. There are eight members c^f D'strict I on the County B.oard, all nf whom are from Algonquin Township. We feel that of the eight Board members at least one should be from Grafton Township. Dean A. Marlowe is well qualified to fill this position on tho County B:>ard. As everyone knows campaigns cost money. Lets give Dean a help¬ ing hard to help us. Any contribu¬ tions larg3 or small can be semt to the Committ-'e to Elect D.A.M., P. O. Box 316, Huntley, Illinois 60142 or State Bank of Huntley, Huntley, Illinois 60142. Virginia C. Brunschon, Chairman Vernon H. Brunschon Duke Manning R. W. Seiler Ben Hansfotd Wendell Weltzien J(An W. Freund Costumes Not Necessary At Dance IMI In answer to many questions, cos¬ tumes or the ball Saturday, Febru¬ ary 28, 197(?. at the Legion Home are not required. If you do not wish to come in costume, you may, and enjoy the dancing and the attire of those *'ho will be vying for he prizes. Anyone present at the ball will be eligible for tlie door prize. 5COUTS CORNER Pancake Breakfast The Troops Annual Pancake Breakfast will be held on Feb. 29 from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. The Scouts started selling tickets for this event on Feb. 10th. Enjoy a dolicious breakfast. Buy a ticket Hdp send a Scout to Stimmer Camp. 9 Scouts have signed up to earn 26 Merit Badges at Merit Badge Se^sttons starting Feb. 28 at Central School in Crystal Lake. Paper Drive Due to unforseen circumstances the Paper Drive will be postponed Auxiliary News The next meoting of the Ameri¬ oan Legion Auxiliary Unit 673 of Huntley wiU be on Monday, Marcfa 1, 1976 at the Legion Home. We rti' Ma eh 12 !• 13"i. Pl.-.ist> h:ivf ur .^Mp rs" tel r in bags. Tlicy wili bv pick-d -i-. Call Don DffDina ..69-5933. Feb. 28 — lbt Merit Badge Meet- i g. Feb. 29 — P.mcak? Breakfast. .. Marrh 6th -- Ith Acorn 2nd Merit Badge moeting. Marcii 12-13 — Paper Drive Maj-ch 13 — Final Merit Badge meeting. Summer Canup will be held from July 3 - July 10 at Watersmeet, Michigan. ar elcoking forward to seeing many of the members present. Remem- i>er, yeu." Aux liary is what you make it, and that means attendance at meetings. welcome School Menu Menu March 1-5 Monday — l^ar-B-Quc on hm. buttered corn, F;-ench fri», app'- crisp, m'.lk. Tuesday — Salishuri' stra'K i tv mato sauce, stecimod rc^. can-^i d sweet potatoes, buttered br-.-^/l. sliced peaches, milk. Wednwday — Italian mea'bnlls and noodles, buttered green boa-s, buttered bread, fruit cup, milk. TTvursday — Hot dogs and po"k and beans, carrot stirks, hot co-n bread with butter, applesauce, milk. Friday — Fish and tartar sauce, mashed potatoes, creamy cole slaw, buttered bread, mixed fruit in fresh ormge puice, milk. Library News The Himtley Public library Com¬ mittee will hold ainothoT open meet¬ ing next Tuesday, March 2, 1976. At this meeting the proposed libr¬ ary district will be devided among those willing to canvas. At the open meeting held this past Monday, Fehruary 23rd, Mr. Jim Smith of the Round Lake Pub¬ lic Library System told of hds ex¬ periences wtth Project Plus, the State Libtiairy Development Board's plan to set up demonstration libr¬ aries in convnunitith desiring a library. Mr. Larry Dawson, a co¬ ordinator from the Northem Illin¬ ois Library System was also there to explain the steps Huntley must take to apply foa* Project Wus. One requisite he mentioned wa.s the need fo ran up-to-date oencus of the pro¬ posed lab-ary district - hence, the need for the meeting next Tuesday. Anyone willing to help canvas or anyone who is just interested in the progress made is welcome to come at 7:30 in the Junior High Library. Police Report February 17, 1976 Huntley police were advised of a car in the ditch on Huntley Marengo Rd. just out¬ side of the village limits. Huntley Police arrived on the scene and assisted until the Sheriffs Police arrived. February :'7, 1976 — Police in¬ vestigated a report that an elderly female subject may be lost in the Huntley area. Police made contact with the subject, and she was then reunited with her daughter. February 20, 1976 Poiioe investi¬ gated a f ght tliat had taken place at the sohool. Tlie matter is being handled by police juvenile officer. February 21, 1976. Because of high winds and snow a powei line was knocked down by a broken tree branch. Poiioe conacted the Com¬ monwealth Edison Co. to correct the problem. Fehruary 22, 1976. Police received a call for medical assistance at the Quin O'Brien home. Upon arrival police had found that Mrs. O'Brien had minor burns on her right arm, the offioer gave first aid and upon arrival of the rescue s^uad the suiv ject was transported to Woodstock hospital. February 23, 1976. Police had an alarm at a local business and upon checking found the building to be secure. Pcdice then trie dto notify the owner. The Village Vehide stickers are due on tlie vehicles by Marcfa Ist. Notice If you have Hobo Dinner Tickets you will be unable to use please contaot Mary Lou Hardy at 6W- 5522 a> Hieft si a need for tfaem.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|