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'eri.e HUNTLEY ^««rf« VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 52 THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 PHONE: 91»6«»-fit21 (any ttma) (If DO aiwwer) 8U-450^»9S 8 PAGES ¦lAnXD AND Dl SCHOOL FILE IMMTLEY HIG.M sc fflwrrrFy. ILL OOFS Bashethall Summary By Dave Trumb( The Huntley basitetball teams recently completed the moat sue cessful season in recent years. The Varsity ended the year with a 21 and 6 record. This respectable record included a share of first place in the Little Eight Confer¬ ence and a well deserved first place trophy in the Little Eight Conference Tournament. High points of the past season could be summarized as follows: Two impressive ..wins ..over.. Genua. Victories over such larger schools •a North Boone, Hinckley Big Mm^, Carmel, Mooseheart, and Cary-Grove. A convincing victory nmr Central after being defeated Millar in the year. Two boys aitniBd to the All Conference first KajM and two others receiving Honorable Mention. And the two landing scorers in the conference. In ' summarizing the individual statistics for the season several boys ended with very respectable ^i|cen|ages. Brenl Weber led the Redskins in scoring with 571 points. This is a point average of 21.96 per game. Brent also Jed in two other departments. F, Jrfree throw percentage of .750 ^A_/the l>est amongst the starting five and his total of 263 rebounds was also tojis. Dennis Enstrom was se^jf^d in scoring to Weber with 43i^jpint8 in 26 games, one less than .veber played. Denny's point average was 17.52. Dennis was also second in rebounds with 209 to his credit. However, Dennis led his team in field goal percentage hitting at a .477 clip. This was only one per¬ centage point better than Rick Zerbal who connected for a .476 percentage. Otber interesting statistics are CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX Post Prom Plaits Prog;ress Plans for Huntley's third an¬ nual Post Prom are underway under the direction of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Mursewick and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wasserstrass, co- chairmen for this year's event. As in past years the Post Prom will be held in the Huntley Fire Bam immediately following the Jr. Sr. Prom. ....Mrs. Kichard Enstrom and her committee composed of Mrs. Hen¬ ry Marlowe, Mrs. W. Thorstensen, and Mrs. D. Benner will arrange the table centerpieces and the buffet table. Mr. & Mrs. Earl Lamz and Mr. & Mrs. Charles Scherer are arranging for the or¬ chestra and will be in charge of bandstand decorations. Mr. & Mrs. Mursewick will arrange for the Ijeverage and are assisted by Mrs. Rose Englert. The overhead decor will be directed by Mr. & Mrs. Emil Workowski assisted by Mr. and Mrs. William Barton, Pastor and Mrs. Frederick Harm, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Millerman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Wasserstrass are chairmen of the over-all theme and will be aided by Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson, Mr. Joe.Jli?^, *lr. W. Thorsten¬ sen, Mr. Dick Enstrom and Mr. Zimmerman. Photos of those at¬ tending will be taken by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultze. Finances are being handled by Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and Mrs. James O'¬ Connor, and publicity by the Rev. and Mrs, Perkins. Mrs. Joe Rizzo is in charge of the food committee and requests that any parents of juniors or seniors who would be willing to help her please contact her immediately at 669-5542 Annual Totvn Coining Events Budget Hearing Twelve people attended the an* nual Grafton Township budget hearing last Tuesday evening at Uie. Grafton Township garage. Unlike past years, all except one of those present were men. Grafton Township , Supervisor Howard Ruth, read the Town Fund and General Assistance Fund, articulating each division clearly so that all present could hear. Copies of the budget are posted at the Huntley Post office and elsewhere in the "Township and man be inspected by residents. The budget for the Town Fund is $27,200 expected receipts, and $26,175 expected expenditures, The General Assistance fund is $7,600 expected receipts, $6,700 expected expenditures. $5,000 is included in the budget this year to set up a local improve¬ ment committee. The $5,000 may be borrowed by unincorporated subdivisions who wish to improve The money to be paid back to the township from tax assessments on property owners of the sub¬ division. Township Road Commissioner Schachtner next read ( V) Road and Bridge Fund (whicn*^s also posted in the Huntley Post office and, niiowhttf in- ttte .tMWUBlily)T Commissioner Schachtner stated that the anticipated exy^ditures will be $24,300 and th ^ ¦'/he an¬ ticipated receipts will b^ $25,000. He stated that in the Permanent Hard Road Fund the receipts will be 3,700 and the anticipated ex¬ penditures, $3,600. Commissioner Schachtner stated that a new item had been added to this bud¬ get, that being $300 to put in street lights on certain intersect¬ ions on township roads. The in¬ tersections are located in the Tri- CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE TUESDAY — APRIL 6 8:00 p.m. Annual Township meet¬ ing SATURDAY APRIL 9 Noon & 7:00 p.m. Election of members of Board of Education Village Hall Jr. Class Car Wash it A.M. to r> P.M. at Kiley Cities Service Sacriiicial Meal Set For \Iaunday Thurs On Maundy Thursday, April 7th at 1:16 o'clock at the First Methodist Church of Crystal Lake. the Women's Society of Christian Service will present, under the di¬ rection of Mrs. John Figley, a Holy Week Message, in the form of a quiet time to meditate during a Sacrificial Meal. Following the meal a soul warming, soul search¬ ing message through music and ->thg ¦gpoliii word - Will ''b6' glveft.-" The hour will be held in the Upper Room experience of Jesus' disci¬ ples after His final , meal with tnem. An invitation is extended to all members and friends of this area interested .in a truly personal preparation for the Holy Week Communion and Easter Day. The Maundy Thursday Com¬ munion Service will be held at 8:00 p.m. Neiv Officers oi Livestoch Feeders Assoc Shown here are the newly elected officers and directors of the McHenry County Livestock Feeders Association, as well as speakers after their election Monday night at a meeting In the Farm Bureau offices. (Seated) Charles 'Chick" Wilson, Harvard, chairAan of the Noml- naUng Committee; Gib Hadley, Cambridge, presideat of: the Illinois Live¬ stock Feeders Association; Monte Jones, Marengo^ taewly-elected vice- president; Basil Periman, Union, nawly elected 'aecretary-treasnicr; John Dolanx>f;DoIsa C&mniodities Carporation of Chicago, main speaker. (Standliig) Directors Charlie Schutts, Algonquin: Dave Nicliols, Woodstock; Howard Pihl, Harvard; Erv Walters, Hebron; Lyle Lnedtlu, Woodstock; Jim Book, Harvard. Absent were Lloyd Getzelman, Union, newly-elected president; and liewly elected directors Biamett Walker «^ Marengo and Bbuner White of Antlech. Complete Story on Page Three R Bull Featured At Athletic Bantiuet by Dave Trumbo The combination High and Grade School Athletic Banquet was held March 29 at the fire barn. About 275 people packed the ftre house to enjoy a fine meal, listen to Ron Bull and watch the school athletes receive their well deserved awards As always the annual affair was enjoyable eveing for everyone at¬ tending. Once again everyone eon nected with preparing the banguet is to be commended. Ron Bull, fullback from the Chicago Bears, led the program off with a very interesting enjoy¬ able and stimulating speech. Ron is a very warm individual in add¬ ition to being a fl football player. He received many laughs through out his talk as he related many interesting football stories. How¬ ever, his talk also held a very special meaninjg to jdl athletes who were present. >Op Keynote of Ron's talk was ceK^^ad around the idea of what foO^U has done --¦¦t»Vmi.iUm-vrili0mi01ltWSlk *•- ion to money and fam, XootlwU has taught him jjwjy things. Some of these indil^^he ability to work with and cooperate with other individuls. He also mention¬ ed that the ability of an athlete to discipline himself is a lesson that is very important not only in athletice but also throughout life. One of his other points stemmed from the word "timing". Ron re¬ marked that timing is indeed im¬ portant in athletics, but that it is much more important in life. He emphasiaed tlia point tliat there ate many opportunities available to the young paopie of today. Ha stated that all youaff piBopla shotdd take advantatfl of ttem by vrorldng hard in an effort to at¬ tain success in thair life endeav¬ ors. Other high points of the even¬ ing included much praise of our athletes from the coaches of each respective team. Coach Barry aad Coach Currie complimented their boys on their hard work through¬ out the year. It was also pointed out that hard work pays off in tbe won and loss column. The com¬ bined record of the Varsity and Junior Varsity for Footltall and Bastetball for the year was 52 and 12. This indeed Is a fine trib¬ ute to our athletes and their coa¬ ches. Another highpoint of tlie even¬ ing was the presentation of the athlete of the year award. This year for the third consecutive year Harry Rasmusen was the re¬ cipient — Congratulations Harry. Once again I would like to thank the Lions Club and anyone else who had a hand in nwking this year's banquet fiich a success.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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