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m HUNTLEY ^^^''^^ VOLUME 14 — NUMBER 30 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2f, 197.? — PHONE — M9-5621 — It No Answer 459-0998 459.1456 or 459-0612 PRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. IU 10 PAGES -«IA« "BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AflEAD" — DavM Crockett If carta per cop) Marlowe Feed & Hatchery 40th Halloween Suggestions Huntley Bank Celebrates 60 Years Approximately 600 friends, cas- tomers atnl well wisliers aihended Marlowe's Feed and Haixiicry's 40Ui Annivtrsary. The hindh: and show by Saptain Stubby awi thf^ Bucoanoprs was held a,t Ihe Huntley Fire Bam. A me»I of ham, beans, potaUx* and Mrs. Marlowe's h<)memade cookie^ was served. Th» Marlowes receiTed maoy fkxwers, card and letters from friends and ciistomens throughout the yeans. Mr. Marlowe also received an award from the Humley F.F.A. (Coatlimfsd oo Page 2) MARLOWE»S 40th Huntley's (Jirls Volleyball Teams l«t row — Lynette Brettschneider, Luanne Schachtner, Andy Bakley, 2nd row — Dawn Jordi, Terry Cork, Marcee Vngs., Kathy Swaneoo (capi.), Pat Homeyer. Ist row — Dawn ChUicas, Lisa Raymond, Sally Delaney, Bobbie Tessmer 2nd row — Barb Wolter, Cathy Grimes, KaUiy Pfaff, Darlene Lesniak. The Huntley Girl's Voileyball Redskins Roll Past Hebron 28-8 by Doug Strickaml llie Redskins wanted to win and they did. Thev' took it out on the HobrOii Green CJiarvt"! by winning 28-8 with siii)ort> i-ushuig «nd pass¬ ing. Tlie RedskiiK rccciived tJie kk."koff find starlp<l a long drive in the firsi quai-tti". With .^;52 roniiiiining in tf.ie quarter. Scott, lindsey' went in fw the touchdown from the 2 yard line. Mark Brettschneider kicke<l tlie ex¬ tra point succx'ssfuUy to make the score 7-0. ,^_^ The Cireen Gianrts fouglit back early in the secorkd quarter. With 8:56 to go in the half, they got on tho scoreboard on a nm from the 1 yard Hnc. The two-point convers'on attenifJt was no good beoaiMe He¬ bron was over the ball too soon. The score remained 7-6, the Red¬ skins leading. Tho Rcdsldn fougjit bask with a Mark Brattschhcider pass to Giymt Swanson Which put the ball down arouml the 10 yard line. A few piays later, John Dm- fall scored from the 2 yard line on A quaiterback keeper with 1:56 to go in the half- BreWachneider ootn- pletefl the extra point to make the score 14-6. FOOTBALL Contlnoed on Pago T*v« Team suffered their first hait>-rais- inig defeat last Tuesday, Oot. 16 when they traveled to Richmond'- BurtJon- A teams scores were (5-15) (15-5) ( 13-15). It was the most thrilling and oomjiedtive game of the yci;.r. Stamtings at'tltls time ai^e: Hebron Rifhmonid Huntley Hami»shlre Central VVhoatoii Hiawathji Moosohieant GeTioH-King5jtoi\ 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 Our next gjame is home Thunsday. Oct. 25 against Genoa-Kii^ston at 4:00 The team then travels to He- bion on Tuesday, Oot. 30 for a gaine at 6:00. The foUowing Thursday, Nov. 1 is the team's final home game at 6:00 with Wheaton Chris¬ tian. The last game of the season is ageinst Central - there, at 6:00 on Nov. 8. The team would gready appreciate your siipport. Notice Due to a bre^dOwn in our picture making nuachhie certajin photos we bad planed to publishi muat be heid. We hope to have the machine fixed by next week's p«per. Concern over the safety of chil¬ dren during Halloween resulted in a moeUng of parents, P.T.A. offurets, school personnel, Yotith Oommittee and Chief Neteon to offer tjhe fol- lowinp twelve suggestions. 1- Never let small cJiUdron go trick-cr-trcatlng alone. They sihould be accompanied by older children or adults. 2. Suggest that trick-or-tiwit rounds be confinovl to thedr own neiglibci-hoods. and to people they know 3. Rcqueet householders to give i-hildrcn fattoiy-wnappevl or Sietilcd treats only. Some may wish to give money in place of treats. No 1ook<- or uncoveixxl candy, popcorn, fruit or other goodies. 4. Urge children to wait until they pet heme to taste their "treats" .so t^iHt paremts oan first inspect them. Repy.rt any iiniusuai or suspi¬ cious treats t^> parents. Save treat and lemenibcr where you got it. .'«. Ask hotfseliolders to ke«^i) ex- t<,itior Ol' porch lights on thai e\>'- mnir if they wish to pnilicipate. Ad¬ vise ihlldrifl to call only at hj»nes with lights on and to stay «it of darkened aiCas. 6- Warn agaiwt the wCJiring e-f vision-restricting Halloween masks or other head-coverings by younj:- stcrs. L'se colorful fiadal makeup in¬ stead. 7. Advise children to wear cos¬ tumes whioh are light in color, short enough to pnevent tnpp'ng and mart, flammable. Costumes can be covered with reflective tape Or "glow" spray paint SO they pick op the beams of auito headilights and other lights. 8. Children sliouid carry flash¬ lights after dark. If a pumpWii is carried, it should be Ut with a bat- teiy-lighted device, not a candle. 9. Children shouJd be told (1) cross only at oomeus, never between cars ainl never (fiagonally across an intersection (2) look in all direc¬ tions before crossing vhe street (3) watch for and obey all ti"affic lights (4) walk, never run across (he street <5) use sidewalks, not the stoeet, for walking (in rural areas where no sidewalks, children should wa'lk a- giainst on-oooiing traffic) (6) wait on the curb, not on the street, until street is clear to cross. 10. Warn motorists to exercise exitrema caution on Halloween be¬ cause of the extra "spook" triaffic. 11. Suggest neighbors migt± or¬ ganize block patlies in pliacc; oi' trick- («-4reaiing. 12. Trick or treat nij-ht Tuesdav, October 30, 1973, 6:30-8:30 pm. ' Menu of the Week Menu week of Oct. 29 - Nov. 2 Monday — Pizza burgers on bun, bi*tei«d com, potato chips, browndes, milk. Tuesday — Chih and crackers, peanut butter and jelly sandwkti, cottia^e dieese and sliced peaches, buttered bread, milk- Wednesday — Lasagne, buttered greeo beans, buttered bread, Hal¬ loween cake, milk. Thursday — Hot dogs on btms, ptckle relish, mustard and catsup, baked beans, buttered bread, cJkoco- kite pudding. ^iday — Frozen orange juice, tana aixl noodle oasserole or peianut tester and jelly sandwich, buttered peas, buttered bread, home nuadc mgar ooGJoies, milk. The State Bank Huntley oliservcd its 6(Vih ennlversary this pist Fri¬ day, October l£iih. The officers of the bank wor~: very pleased vi'ith 'h? reception that was given theim in the large turn out of cus.'<)mcrs and friends . The opei) hou-e was held durini; the lecular b;tnlcinf!: hours. The hink- irp I'.bby was bn:iutJfully dr^roraied with flowers ;md plants that wei-<> sent by neijrhboring b.mkers and cus. tomers. Mr. Wendell WeWziens "Bi of Ole Nostalgia" display of pictures taken before t"ne turn (rf the century and ^rf early part of the certt\iry were of interest to everyone who toured the hank. He aJso had a dis¬ play of old and odd currency and (Continsed on Page 2) STATE BANK OF HUNTLEY 60th Oct School Brd. Minutes Tho vegailar meeting of tho Board of Fdncation of School Di.>*riot No 1.^8 was held In the High Sohool Building on Ocbobei- 15. 1973, at 7:30 p.m Upon roll caH the following an¬ swered pi'esetit Mrs. Jones, Mr. Bond, Mr. Ziller, Mr. Brettrntmeider* Mt. Jirik. Mr. A<tams and Mr. SAaid- inp. None absent. A motion made by Mr. Bond and 2nd ly Mr. Brettschneider to af>- prove of the mimites as read. Mo¬ tion carried 7 yeias and 0 ncye. A motion made by Mr^ ZiUer and Contimed on Page Two SCHOOL BOARD Jodie Sikula Queen Candidate ^Don Peasiey Photo) Jodie Sdkula, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Michael Sikula, will be In Columbus, Ohio, from Ootobor 24 to Oct<*er 31 as a candidate for queen ol the All-Amentei Quacter Horso Oon^-ess. The attractive HunUey biffn. sohool graduate is spoaaared by the Laod of Lincoln Quarteiiarse Assotiadon and she's a veteran rider, living on horseback staice ste was about 2, ^le smiles^ Her family operates a auible nOtthfwest of Huntley where .Ittey breed, train and naise horae. TfMy have about 3& bead on the fann iidw. Her durfr-<olored hotse is "My dlH*. lie Brown," a quarter hoiBe liie .showed at the McHenry County Fair in August. At 16 hancte, Charfb fe a big horse, ideal for jumpteg. Jbdle competes in hunter juoiping, aii tx- peiieocc she's perfecting the pink two yettTB.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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