The Huntley Farmside
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?ji. HUNTLEY VOLUME 16 NUMUER 51 THURSi>AY, MARCH 25, 1*76 — TBONB — — ¦ N» Amnt 4S9U14M FRANK t'ARISSK HUNTLEY, ILL H PACI>l ¦¦ mo TBI raOTLB OF HUN1LIT «NC1 IMI 15c PER COPY FREUND EQUIPMENT'S 10th ANNIVERSARY Meet Tke Candidates (Sponsored by a groifi ot Coit cemed Citizens) The pubiic is Invited and en¬ couraged to attend a Meet the School Board Candidates "Open Hoiise" on April 8 (Thunday) at 7:30 om. at the First Congrega¬ tional Qwrcb. All oaodidates hav ebeen in' vited and may speak, if they de¬ sire to do so. This nuiy be your only chance to become aoquainted witii Ibe candidates, their backgrounds and viewpoints on education. These people will handle over Sl.fOO.OOO.OO in YOUR commun¬ ity's educational monies. Theae people have the power to hl''» and fire YOUR childrens" teactt. ers. These neople will be "the pcwer" of YOUR scbool dtatrict. The lives at Hunilw's «l|KUTen are in YOUR hands. Please come to this meeting. LIBRARY NEWS A census of tlw town of Huntiey will be made this week by the mem¬ bers of the library committee. Next Monday, Msrch 29th, there will be a meeting in the Junior High Library where the results of the town census wili be added to those of tbe oatlyiiif areas. Also a Tust draft ofthe proposal to be sent to Northem illinoii Library System will be reviewed. AO interett- ed parties are urged to consK M 7:30 pm. FVeund Equipment wi'l celebrate tlieir 10th anniversary with an Open House and Round-Up Auction on April 6th. Since its be- gimring hte firm has grown to I>e the the 3rd largest dealership in volimie in the central region whis is 3 states. When Phil Freund came to Huntley and staried the business In the Harry Weltzien Building (pictured top), he waa the youngest individual ever to operate an IH dealership. He was 22. The firm remained in the Welt/ien building 2 years then con¬ structed the building which now hoses B & K Equipment. In 1970 they constnicted a 70'x200' building ifront of that building. Thla was expanded to 8'880 sq. ft. in 1973 (pictured center), and again this year (bottom) to 26.500 .sq. ft. The IH Dealership handles 4 major lines: aBrlciiltnre equip¬ ment, payline or industral equipment, trucks, and outdoor power equipment. They sell and service these four lines. Mr. Freund invites everyone to att* nd the open house and help his firm celebrate their lOtli anniversar>. SCHOOL MENU Menu Marcfa 29 - April 2 Mont'i^y — Haimtourigers on bun with cbeese sM^es, pickles, catsup and mustard, buttered corn, potato chi-is, fruit cuip, milk. TuCfday — Spaghetti with meat sauce, buttered gre-cn beans, but¬ tered bread, cookies xvd a^pple- sauce, milk. Mrs. Osmond Brooks, Vt Grove St. Huntley is pletarad above with Al Alien, owner of the Huntley SHpermarket. as sIm received $100. which she won in the stores Bonua Banay Bucks Conteat. Sbe i» tlie second person to win $100. bi the contest. Smiling Hikers Walk-a-thon March Siniling Hikers WaU-a-«h-n was comoleted en March ZO-^I. Ai^proxlmately 'A miles wena hlk'>d bv 11 boys and 3 adults to Rutland Frrrst Preserve. RHrlt Goerlitz, St'we Greihls M'rke Orechis. Jo Gow. Grr^P DeDina. •cott Riindels, Tim Rnndals, Lar. ry H.iTnhlin. Oulnn O'Brien. Rio- gor Graff, Keith Drbrolinsy. Gary DeDina. Dav« Bjorn. and Den DeDina we»* the 14 hikers. Bill Graff .sipent the overn'te campout with the boys and other adults. All mcnies received fr-<m the hike will be donated to tha Blackhawk Area Cbuoo'il. Tho .-unount of paper cAlect- od ftom the paper-drive has net yrt been detcTmlni?d. Notiflica- llon Mill be given as soon as received. March 27 • tfht - Acom Sos- sinn. April aivents planned for the tn>; p'hBve not yet been finallzod; ScKvols Ditmia* Huntley trhoob wH] dismiss at nocn oh Anril 2. for tbe last in- service-day for the nirrcBt school year. Wednesday — (2btli with crack¬ ers or peamit butter and jeHy sandwich, Jarrot stfcks, pean, milk. Thursday — Chideen and gr* vy, nrasbed potatoes, cranbeny sauce, buttered vegetables, but¬ tered bread, fruit ^k. Friday — Dismiss at 12:00 noon.
|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|