The Huntley Farmside
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~^p- z,. gie '^aiimtde VOLUME M — NUMBER 29 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1973 — PHONE — M9-5«l — U No AKWer 4S9-099i 45M4Si (9 459-MM FRANK PARISEK HUMTLEY^ Itti 10 PAGES «BE SURE YOU ARK RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett W cesto e*Vf Redskins Bow to G-K 29 to 7 Huntley Fire Departnkent Around 1910 bjr Doug Strickland Tlie Huntley Redskins saw defeat at Genoa last Friday night. The de¬ feat went the wrong way as the Redskins were defeated 20-7. The firat quarter spelled disaster for ttie Redsidns The Cogs scored their ffinst toudidown on a 15 yard run with 5:34 to go in the quarter. Dan Koith attempted the extra point, failed. So the score remained 6-0. They scored again with 40 soccntis renvaining in the quarter on a 9 yard run. Korth completed the extra point to make the score 13-0. The CoRs scored once more an a 20 yatd pass with 9:32 remaining in the half. Dan Korth completed the extra point to make the score 20-0. The Redskins got a touchdown on pcKSs from Mike Schwiegger to Kevin Cdcmen- The pass play covered 74 yards for the score. Mark Brett¬ schneider completed the extra point to make the score 20-7 and that's (he way i stayed. The Redskins started a long drive in the third quarter, but couldn't score. There wasn't any scoring in the s«x)nd half. Defense was the name of the game in this half. Due to tlie wet conditions, there were 3 interceptions and 2 fumbles in the -second half The Reckskins i^ayed a fine game gaining 200 yards, but tbe CogS play- FOOTBALL Continued on Page Two Boosters Take Bus Trip Three bus loads of Redskins back¬ ers attended the Rain Soaked Geona- King.>ton game last Friday, October 12th Althougt the Boosters cheered ad supported the Huntley team with great zeal, the Redskins lost 20-7. Folbwing tf.je game the Boosters went to the Genoa VFW where a limch was served and js-ized and awaiU-s presented. One of the awards was 3 shirt w*»ich read, "Redskin Anouiicer' which was presented to Bud Webber. Continued on Page Two BOOSTERS 1973 Football Schedule 1973 Footb«Il Schedule Vanity Gamea Octobei- 22 / Hebron, Away, 4:16 pm. November 5 — Central, Away, 4:15 p.m. Annual Christmas Program December 13 The grade sohool will hold their Annual Chrisbnas program on Dec. 13 at 8:00 p.m. In the gym The high school will put on thedr first araiual Ohristmas program on Dec. 20 at 8:00 p.m. in the gym. Photo compl!mcn!s of Pat WiKinms HEA and Bo€trd Anniversary Friday Bank Celebrates 60th The State Bank of Hurdey wiH observe its 60t!h anravensary Fri.'av, October l%h, with an open house during regular banking boons VisStors will receive mementos nodru; the 60th anrtveraary. Refresh- mevis will be served and guesibs may inspect the new installartion of a teller terminal computer fbr servic¬ ing thedr savers. A ooin and currency display will be shown in the bank lobby during the week of the ceJebration. The bank's total assets are now over $12,000,000 as compared to as¬ sets in 1913 of better than $200,000. Ncfticeable is the growth during the past 6 years w9ien the bank, has predicted ccxitiXHied develorwnent of addition^ services and expansion of existing facilities to better serive pre^ sent as weH as future residents and commercial and inchistrial business¬ es of the area. When Roy Bankes, executive vice president and cashier, and Mr. Mill¬ er arrived at the Sate Bank of Huntley 13 years ago hey found a fintinciaHy strong, forwaa-d-looking Continued on Pago Two ANNIVERSARY Menu of the Week Menu Week of October 22-26 Monday — Grilled hamburgers on bun, catsuip, mustard and piddes, buttered com, buttered bread, po¬ tato chiixs, fruit, milk. ' Tuesday — Meat loa(|m dgravy. whipped potatoes, buttered spinach, buttered bread, fruit, milk. Wednesday — Italian Goulash, let- tucc^cuciin^>er-radish salad with blue cheese dressjr»g, buttered bread, nux- ed fnult, milk. Thursday — Vegetable soup and crackers, peanut butter and j^ly saodwdcbes or ham sandwicSu, buftKr. ed bread, chSkd fruit. Friday — Half day of school, 12:00 dismissal (Inservice dlay). ^gree The Hun'tley Education Associa- lion ard the Board of Education con- cludcJ crntract negotiations at the , Ootobci- 15 Board meeting. A recog¬ nition statement that provides ef¬ fective guarantees for both parties was agreed to. The te«u:heis drofv ped their request for family medi¬ cal in<?urance. The Board agreed to increase the teachers' salary scheduled to 7% above last year's and eso to pxwide a just salary scheduk fer the school nuree. Huntley Education AssocaatJon President Bob Vreta. said, "On be¬ half of the H.BA., I wis'h to express our apt^reciation at the successful con chision of tWs year's nesotians. There has been good cooperation and progress during the piast momtfa, and .we. hcpe and believe there wdH be in the future." The H.E./^ aso wishes to (hank all tho memtjers of the community who attended the public meeting and expressed their concern by sign, ing a petition and writing letters to the two partdeB. We believe ttiaJ through such continued good cooper¬ ation we will maintain our excellent education.il program. RECOGNITION A. The Board of Education of Dis¬ trict 158, McHenry County, Huntley, Illinois, hereinafter referred to as the "Board," hereby recognizes the Huntley E<^pcaitk>n Association, (not a union) hereinafter referred to as the "Association,*' as the negotiation agent for (all regularly empfoyed ceiti&ated pcsaonnel exce(>t ^ne Superintendent and Principals). B. The Board agrees not to nego¬ tiate with any tesKhers* organization other than the Asociation for the duration of this agreement; further, the Board agrees not (o negotiate witlh any teacher individually during the duration of this agreement on nuatters subject to negotdatBons. Continnd on Page Two HEA \School Bo€ird Meeting The regular monthly board rol¬ ling was called to order by President l-Jirik at 7:45 p.m. - AU memtjers pnesent. From 7:45 to 10:30 p.m. the Board l^dealt with routine business At 10:30 jthe boar dwent into executive session Jto discuss the remaining tup items Rof the teachers' nefootiation package. They returned at 10:45 p.m. and Mr Bond made a motioti that the Board accept th eRecugni>i(m abtte- ment tigreed upon by the two he- gotion teems wKh the stipidMian hat a representative eectioo be held boforo the November Btxird meet¬ ing and from hencefonti in subse¬ quent years be held befbre the Oc- \.cher meetirtg. The two ohoioes tn this eleotion wouM be H.E.A. or other (specify), llils annual eleotioa Is necessary in order to detennine who «4ll nesjotiiate Por the tsBiCiiers under this newly aiiproved recotnl- tton claus. All faculty metnbere nMSt vote and a 65% or oetter margin must be maintained by the oreuiiza. tlon that represents the teachers. CoirtiBiied en Page Two .SCHOOL BOARD Concert and Open House A Hi0i School Concert Choir per¬ formance wil t>e^n the October 23rd High Schort Open House. The choral performance, under the direoUon of Mr D. Keith Brown, will begin at 7:30 P.M. in the Eelemntatty Gym. A short P.T;A. meeting wlH fMh>w in the High School Uhmty. FoUow- mg the P.T.A. nteeCing there wtB be three 25 minote Sessions at^;f:4|>, 9:10 and 9:40 P.M., durifl««iM<ii High School tJE»acherB will expla^ this year's course offerings. Since the sessCtms will be defiatt- mentalized, parMts are urged to at¬ tend not only to obbain inCamwCioa atwu this year, but also to become aware of other ooursee tlwut are available. Schedules and room loca¬ tions wfll be availahle in the VitS^ School office dln^ ttie Opm HooBe.
|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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