The Huntley Farmside
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^ HUNTLEY '^omjd , VOLUME 18-NUMBER 3 THUHSDAY, APRIL21,1977 FHONB — 669-5621 - If no answer call 459-1456 or 459-0998 FRAriK i'ARICiK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 2 SECTIONS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY i SINCE 1960 i ISc PER COPY BLOOD BANK A SUCCESS ELECTION SESUITS PARK DISTRICT ELECTION For Commissioner LenBorliart Thomas R. Jm*s Richard Jacobs Louise Kreutzer 178 101 1 1 Lart Monday, Aprfl I8th. the annual Blood Bank was held at the American Legion Home. This year thefe were 99 donors. 94 pints of blood were given to the blood bank to Insure blood for all Huntlev Citizens. ^ VILLAGE OF HUNTLEY Village President Donald Enstrom 246 ViUage Qerk Mary Lon Hardy 248 ViUage Trustee Ron Stroupe 192 Robert L. Frank 193 Paul Mercer 220 Loidse Kreutzer 48 EARLY DISMISSAL Huntley schools will be dismis¬ sed at 2:22 pm on Thursday, April 28. The early dismissal is to permit the teaching staff to give their attention to curriculum mat¬ ters. PARK DISTRICT PROGRAM BASIC SKIN DIVING COURSE Any boy or girl ages 10-14 may take a course of skin diving offered by the Huntley Park District. Eight sessions at the Harvard High School Pool. Equipment required will be mask -snorkel jnd fins which will be discussed .;n registration night. Instru<^or will be a qusHfied f'.A.D.I. Scuba Instructor, Chari¬ es C. Daniels. Cost to student is estimated at $35.00 plus equipment. Those parents hiterested in having your children involved in this program should get in contact with Glen Delaney by April 30th. Telephone 669-5539. HUNTLEY SPRING SALAD LUNCHEON - MAY IITH Tickest for the Spring Salad - Luncheon on May lltb being,.^ sponsored by the Women of the Huntiey Congreg«di|M duirch will be svatraMebjr theeiid of this"^ week. Anyone vtishing tickest may contact arty of the church women, the church" offfice 669-5711 or 669-5657.. Advance resercations will be appreciated. The cost of the luncheon is $2.25 for adults and for children under 10 $1.00. HELP THE MAY BABIES CELEBRATEIi TTie May Babjfls big party Is coming up aoon. NEWSAVINGS&LOAN AT SHOPPING CENTER Mr. K.P, BaUey announced today that MeHenry Savings aad Loan had signed a cootnct fbr affkx space in tfae Hoatley Cent¬ er. The buildlag is still ^lader coastnictioa aad no opealag date has been anaooaced. LIONS auB CELEBRATES YEARS The Hontiey Lloas Chib wUl celebrate their 30dh caalvenary oa May 7tfa St the Ctovea Hoof Restntflit. Offloets wiU alao be iastalled that evening. Members shoold dwtact' Cho^ Roth or Wfflwi PwO to plaoe raaervatioitt, Neit week we will fcatute' oo our front pcge the liistary-af tbe Lkms Chib. L. KREJTZB^ VmTE IN CANDIDATE _'Laat Toesday. April 19di, a write ia campaign was started for Louise Kmotaerfor VUlage Tmst¬ ee. The saun white i^ wane oictrlbMed "to tevenl bnrawsa estaMMiment bjra man &Ma§ a pMratk tooUag vriikle. Mr. Em- ntief Mi rwseive 4S write tat votes.'
|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|