The Huntley Farmside
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^("^ HUNTLEY ^«*'«8«<'e VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 26 THURSDAV, SEPT. 30. 1965 PHONB: 81S-M9-S6Z1 (any time) (If no aiMwer) 815-459-W98 .. ..:; ;?L FILE y.''JirilZV JflQ'! ':,''-.f.'>-ir il'^-JTLEY, ILL """*"¦' 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEBKLT 7c PER cort Central Downs Huntley 24-14 By Dave Trumble As a result of a 26 to 14 defeat, Huntley will have to wait again until next season to see if they can break the Central "jinx". Huittley has never beaten the Rockets on the football field. Sta- tiscally Huntley defeated Central, but Central came out on top in the all important scoring column. Cen^al^ias a very fine team, but thefBaSeJefinately went against Hnntley on Saturday. Huntley re¬ ceived the ball on the opening kickoff, but halfback Larry Ras- umusen fumbled the ball and Cen¬ tral recovered deep in Redskin territory. A few plays later Tom Kinney carried the ball over from the two yard line to give his team a 6 point lead, which they never relinquished. After Huntley received the next kickoff, they again had the mis¬ fortune to fumble. This time Brent Weber lost control of the ball and Ontrai again recovered, ^tt^r moving the ball closer ti^Rhe Kvntloy goal line, misfgSkne a«»fit tDpk>H<«i-ii^. Uike ¦ wpovered a teanvmate's in the Huntley End Zone. fullback Walt Kinney add extra point, Central led 14 HTy Huntley moved the ball well af¬ ter receiving the next kickoff. Lar¬ ry Rasmusen scampered for a 57 yard run and Benner and Borhart addej several more yards. Bill Bor- hartfBulIe^tiis way over from the 2 yaro lihe for the first Huntley score. Larry Rasmusen added the extra point. After kicking off, the (ONTINUED ON PAGE THKEE Credit Unions 15th Year On last Sunday the Huntley Community Credit Union observed its fifteenth anniversary. Tlie local cooperate loan and .saving.s organ¬ ization was chartered by the pe- partmcnt of financial institutions on September 26, 1950. Starting at that time with nine members and savings in the amount of $9.75 the credit union now lias 1289 mem¬ bers and total asset.s amount to 342,564.37. The credit union has assisted its members over the years in the pur¬ chase of electrical apliances, auto¬ mobiles and has helped members with tho down-payment on homes which they were purchasing. Emil Meyer served as the first president and Delwin Borhart is the credit union's president at this time. At¬ torney Raymond J. elley has acted as treasurer and general manager for the pa-st fifteen years. 0^1 Cotning Events THURSDAY, September 30 7;00 p.m Ors«ni!»atiot» meeting of Cub ScHouts and Boy Scouts at United Church of Christ. Boys accom¬ panied by parents are invited. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 Football at Earlville 7:30 p.m.' there. SATURDAY, October 2 Special election to establish ;i Huntley Park district. MONDAY, October 4 Ag advisory Council meotin.i; Huntley Scliool 8 p.m. Found After 30 Years In Lahe Tom Korw-in, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Korwin of Bonnie Brae found a 1934 Huntley High School class ring washed up among the rocks at Grafton Park beach several weeks ago. The ring was covered with moss and badly tar¬ nished. However, he and Randy Zimmerman were able to clean it and on the back the initials F. L. were engraved in the ring. Mrs. Korwin called tho Huntley school and learned that out of the 12 gi'aduatos of that class only one, Frank l^awson. Had the initials F. L. Mrs. Korwin wrote to Mr. I.awson who now lives in Toledo. Ohio. Mr. Lawson stated that he remembered losing the ring in 1935 within 50 yards of the shore line. He stated that Huntley people were running the beach at that time, htore was a pier and a boat concession at the beach. Mr. Law- son was very happy to regain the ring he lost 30 years ago. One of li'iie interesting is that during th interi: tpn? of sand and ^I^Ygi have been sread over the ice'^f (trartoh PaPR Beach. This ring quite c^^ivably could havc been buried £^^nncov- ered many limes. The la^iRe Mr. Lawson was in Huntley was two years ago when his mother died. 1 have panoh c^^iv; 1 f^Hui' a^IRe Mights I.s and Retnetnher To Vote Sept. 2 McHenry County DHIA. High Dairy Herd Owners Seated Left to Right Are — McHenry CoCunty D.H.I.A. High Dairy Herd Owners With Their Dairy Herd Production Listed: Lawrence Schiller,Woodstock, 16,436 lb. Milk & 615 lb. Fat, Robert Schiller, Wood¬ stock, 15,334 lb. Milk & 600 lb. Fat, Lee Hennig, Huntley, 15,389 Ib. Milk & 594 lb.* Fat, Ove Foldal Colleen's Cote Huntley, 16,092 lb. Milk & 570 lb. Fat, Bob Nichols,) Hebron, 14.311 Ib. Milk & 568 Ib. Fat, Gerald Tauchen of Vear & Tauchen Herd^t Marengo, 15,138 Ib. Milk & 567 lb. Fat, Stand, Left to Right, are Trophy Donors? Russell Berna, A.B.S., Henry Marlowe, Marlowe Feed & Hatchery, Duke Manning, Pioneer Feeds, Paul Rueff, Curtiss Breding Service, Harold Jepson, Sr., Production Credit, and Ken Swanaon, NIBCO. PARK ELECTION OCT IM. Scenes of Proposed Parh *;/'¦' ¦•<-.^.*'V **•- ¦*•-?* Mayor Wilpault Brill announced that Mr. Edwin F. Deicke is th man who has donated $35,000 to puchase Donahoe's Woods for a park. Six candidates have filed for commission on the proposed Hun¬ tley Park District election to be held this Saturday, October 2, at the Village Hall in Huntley. They are: Edwin F. Deicke, Ronald P. Jirik, Michael J. Kiley, Jr., Ed¬ ward Piske, Lima Tessendorf and Irwin Wasserstrass. Only five will be elected to office. Pictured through the newspaper this week are scenes of the pro¬ posed Huntley Park. The top pic¬ ture on this page shows the Boy Scout Cabin nestled at the edge of a wooded area on the highest point of a small hill. To the left of the cabin (not in the pictur/) is a road leading to Route 47. A footpath also extends from Route 47 to the cabin. If the election is successful these entrances willnot be used as the main entrance will be from Lincoln Street near the school. The contur of the land slopes downhill into a natural draw. This land looks marshy and could be quite easily dug out by a communi¬ ty project to make a pond which could conceivably be stocked with small game fish and used in the winter months as a natural ice skating pond. This picture was taken from the top of another wooded hill nearby. Below is a picture showing one of the densely wooded areas in the park: This picture was taken just off the present path which leads from Routs 47 to the Boy Scout cabin. There are many berry bushes in this area, many of these probably would have to be re¬ moved. There are many picture¬ sque paths into the woods under low overhanging branches lead¬ ing into the gullies and to all sections of the park. At the pres¬ ent time the park is being used as pasture for cows. CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE JVs Undefeated In '65 Season By Dave Trumble The Huntley Jr. Varsity con¬ tinued its bid for an undefeated season with a 13 to 0 victory over the Marengo Freshman. This Is the second straight week that the Huntley defense has not been scored on. However, this week the offense also klk;ked very well. The J^De^to|g,.ground out 173 yards fflWSmmrnage and added 35 more in the air. The Huntley T. D.'s came on a 1 yard plunge by Quarterback Steve CJoehl. Goehl then completed a pass to Hoppy ahl for the e^tra point. Later in the 2nd half l^ve evens scamiierd around end for 11 yards and the second Huntley score. Both touchdowns were scored in the second half. Cllwck Ruth and Stu Swanson teamed up to play an outstanding defensive game, gaining 15 out¬ right backles between them and helping out on many more. The offensivs unit was led by fullback Barry Bot4vart wtio gain¬ ed 87 yards in 15 carries. Quarter¬ back Steve Goehl also added 64 yards. He completed 4 to 9 passes for 35 yards. The Jr. Varsity will play Hia¬ watha at home next Monday.
|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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