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r T VOLUME » •- NUMMUt M THURSDAY. OOTOBBK tt, 1972 — PHONE — M9-5«tl — U No Awwer 459-»99S or 45«-145< 8 PAGES Redskins Beat North Boone 27-8 by Kurt Habbley Despite the chiUing temperature, a terge crowd of spectators turned o«t to see toe HunUey Redskins spoil North Boone's Homecoming by berfing the Vikings 27-8. In the first suarter, Bryan Mul¬ len made a toudidowo. The extra point attempt was good putting the score at 7-0, Hurttley. In the sec¬ ond quarter, the Redskins scored two touchdowns. The firEt was nrade by Larry Delaney. The extra point attempt was no good; putting tlie score at 13-0. Then Larry Delaney made anotiier touchdown. This time tiie Redskins went for the 2 point run instead of the 1 point kick. They made it putting the score 21-0, Huntley. In the third quarter Larry De¬ laney again made a touchdown for the Redskins. The extra point at¬ tempt was good putting the aoore at 27-0, HuriUey. In the fourth quarter the Vikings responded enou^ to sOore a touch¬ down. They went for tlie 2 point run and made it putting the score at 27-8, Huntley. This is the way it ended: The Vikii^, like some of the other teams have playedi have had troeble controllin gthe baM. This was made evident Ift 4fe»'«Mier ef fiiniMn made by the 'Vfldngs. The crowd reacted by yelUiiC 'fuirfcte-tinie" everytime the Vikings oontrolled the ball and were close to scoring. It must have had an effect beoause the Vikings only scored one touch¬ down. The fact that this was a nor. conference game did not stop the Redskins from enjoying their victory. Friday, October 13, the Redskins play GariviUe. I am sure that many people will turn out to see the game and help give the Redskins their support Booster Club Plans Trip Oct. 20 The Huntley Booster Club will sponsor a bus trip to the Richmond football game. Three ooaches have been hired and 150 tickets will be sold. They include the gate fee, the bus ride and a buffet at Pat's restaurant for $6.50 per person. Get your tickets early as there is a limited number to be sold. ^Qi(ml(k PRANK PARf PO 192 HIWTLEY. I sf:k LL SUBE YOU AKE lUOBT. THSK-fiO^AHEAD" ~ DavM Creeketk U ceata per c«M Drug Film To Be Shown Oct. 16 Art Lnkletter speaking to chil¬ dren of kindergarten to fifth grade_ on drug at«se. AT: TiinHy Lutheran CSiurch;' Basement, Monday, October 16, 1972. Two showings: 7:15 p.m. and ' 8:30 p.m. k» This film has been viewed by the children at sdwol. Since there has ' V>een many requests by parents and ^ the public, to see the film, Mr. • Lincoln, principal of the grade school, has ccnsented to tMs ahow- ing. This is another film sponsored oy the Aid Association for Luther¬ ans. , Huntley P.T.A. Hold Open House On October I7th, Tuesday, at 8:00 p.m. an open house will be heM for Huntley Hiidi Schocl and Hurtt¬ ley Junior Hi^ SchcM. After a biief P.T.A. meeting in the Grade School Gym, the parents will then go through a schedule of classes to listen to each teacher explain his methods. On Octoher iMh, Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. aa open boose will be held for ttie Huntlegr Grade Schoot gmdes K through 5. Each ttacher wlU gtve ttu-ee thirty mbute tiriks on Iter classroom fMceateas. A. brief P.T.A. mtmm W lii#" the evciiiiigB auHvtUca In tte Khool gym. We iiope this will be an aid to par^ts in understandiag eacti teacher's procedures and aaaist them to e greater degree in '*^^^^^|'''' children succeed in thft ctlnHKiii. 8:00 School Calefular Oct. 12 — Vo - Advisory p.m. Oct. 13 — Football - Eariville - Home 6:30. Oct 11-13 — F.F.A. Convention. Oct 16 — Football - HampslHre - Away 4:15. Oct 17 P.T.A. Oct. 20 — Football - Richmond . Away. Oct. 20 — Senior Announoeniei^ Oct. 23 — FootbaU • Richmond - Away 4:15. Oct. 24 — PSAT-NMSQT Tests. Oct 26 — Livestock Jndgb« - Woodstock - F.F.A. 1:00 pm. Oct 27 — Inservice Day . Half day («:3O-12:0()). Oct. 28 —' FootbaA-Hebmn . Homecoming 2 p.m. SBA Organizatien Offers AU The SmaU BusiiMliK Adminisba- tiMi announced from Wash¬ ington that Mcflenry County, HH- noU has been officially declared a "disaster area" as a resoAt of the recent heavy rdos and flooding which damaged many homes aad properties in the oounty — of which Marengo was hardest hit. Ibe Cori(B«6«inart haa cooperated fully with Vemon Kays, McHenry Oounty Clerk, Mayor HeratfO Boesing of Uarengo; Governor Ogilvie's effkiet the SBA; and Val Oshel, miaakf OvO Defense Di¬ rector, te oMaiaisg federal flsan- cial aid Hot th* Mstdenia of Maren¬ go and M^eoiy County. At iba Coogressaan'a requei^ the CMl Defense authorities and the SBA sent on-site investigatora aad ttie Congressman waa persooaHy repre¬ sented by Mrs. Viri^nla Kenney, his staif assistant from Barrington, UU¬ nois, and Don Peasiey of Wood¬ stock. In vlev of tbe urgent need for federal flnandfal aM, the Con¬ gressman dill0eiltly and persistent¬ ly pursued the matter wdth the SBA in Chicago, and today's an- noancemeBt culininatea Us efforta to be h^ifal to th* coaimunMy of Marengo end to McHenty Counlgr. Field olfioaa wiB be act up for the ooavenlenee of ibe wsfatenU of the county and Monaaltoa wiH be ¦Me avallaMe at a btar time. SBA loog4erm low4atarest rate loan: Fkat 15.000 la ftwfhren aQ< tbe loan ia paywMe at 1 pcrceal per thousand on tiie balance. if.Park Board l^ The regular meeting of the Huntr ley Paik District Boerd was iieW on Wednesday, September 27th, 1972 at 8:00 p.m. The meeting was called to order by President P«ri- sek, w4th Oommissioners Deicke, Mackeben, Parisek, Ream and Tures present. Also in attendance were */ Mr. Lanry Kahl and Mr. Gene Lies- ' man of ttie AMen T. Archer Co. The Secreitary was asked to read the minutes of the previous meet¬ ng of 8-21-72, after which a motion wa* made by Mr. Deicke, sccmd- ed by Mr. Tures, to approve the minutes as read. All Commission¬ ers voted aye and the motion car¬ ried. The Treasurers report was then presented showing a balance in the checking acoount of $9,034.68. Mr. Kahl then reported on oon- diticiw at the park. He noted that there had been quite a lot of dam¬ age by vendalism to the picda tables, signs and the new shelter. After discussing these problems with the Commissioners Mr. Kahl left tiie meeting. Attoniey Henry CowWn entered the meeting at this time. The Presidea then recognized Mr. liesman of the Archer Ins. Co., who made a review of the prfeaent park insurance pragram with tfae hoerd. Pire JUid Extended Coverage Ins. was added on tbe new aheiter and Boy SoaiA Cabin aad ttie oi*- buBdlavL These buttlMga^ bad pre- vioosly been without aiqr coverage of tMs type. Havii« completed his bualneas with the board Mr. Lies- mar took leave lof the meeting. The Preskieat then preaented tiie moNtMy bAa (or payment A nMV tion was made by Mr. Mackeben, seconded by Mr. Tures, to pay aU bills as presented. Upon roll call all Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. Mr. Parisek then reported on his progress in securing a Recreation Director to set up a program for next seaskMi. He staited that Mr. Glen Detaney had agreed to look intc setting up a progmm 9t thds type and meet with the boerd at their next regular meeting to dis¬ cuss his progress along these tines and the probable oost of Starting such a program. Mr. Parisek sup¬ plied him with the names of the Crystal Lake and Dundee Park Di¬ rectors to oontact and try to get their help and suggestions in be¬ ginning the protrsm. Tbe board then held a general discussion with AtVomey CowUm concerning future land purchases. There being no further business to come before tfae board a moticn was made by Mr. Tures, seconded by Mr. Mackeben, to adjoum. Ttie meeting was so adjourned at 9:35 p.m. Barb Simpson Mgr. McGovem For Pres. School Lunch Menu Week of 1016 • M MondBfr — Pizza Burger on bun or peanut btitter end jelly sandwtdi, buttered com, potato dtips, milk. Tuesday — Baked beans and franks, mustard and catsup, celery and carrot sVLdka, biAtered com bread, mixed fhiit, milk. Wadnaaday — American chop suey, flteamed (ke, atring beans, buttered bread, apple sauce, mflk. nmraday — Beef-a-ioni, lettuce and carrot salad, Russian dresataig, buttered Freodi bread, red jtSio with KMies wUk nik. Pridny — Qrange jstoe, m*c«r- oni aad cheese, oarrote and pena, homemade cookies, eatoMal, dioeli^ late chip^ battered biaatd. aatft. The Woodstock office of Mc¬ Govem For President is being man¬ aged by Bart>ara H. Simpson of 30(2 N. Church to Huntley. Barbam, a graduate of Northern Illinois Uni¬ versity with « inaj<M: in eeonomios and a minor in busineH admbdatra- tion, was a delegate to the Demo¬ cratic National Conventiioa in Mi¬ ami Bcadi earlier this year. She has long supported George Mc¬ Govem ". . . because of his early stand on the Viet Nam war and his efforts for r^orm with the Dem- Homecoming Week Begins Oct. 23 Homecotnlng week begins on Oc¬ tobei 23rd and ends on the 28th The four classes will be oonsrtruct- ing their floats In tbe bus batn during lhe evenings of this week. An election wUI be held to choose tiiis year's Homecoming King and Queea To he|p promote school spirit and interest In Homecoming, the annual snake d»ice will be held on Friday, Ootober 27th. After the snake dance, the students will go to the bleachers (Dootbell field), where there will be speakers, mu¬ sic, and entxTtaanment providedl by the band, cheerleaders, and stu¬ dent council. The atudents ere be¬ ing asked to help support the stu¬ dent couodl by buytog the deli¬ cious pizsa and coke which will be served in the cafeteria immedietely after the assemliiy on the fleld. This fe the tint year a bonfire has been outlaiwed, and it is hoped ttiat the pizza party will be a sitfteai On Saturday, Odtober 28th, the parade wUl tagln at 10:00 A.M. Businesces and oypndaaiteni in tlown aie beinf Invited to partici¬ pate in tiis year's parade. At 2:00 P.M. <tbe Honetoomkif 0aine wtt begin, wfth tfae Hunthr Redskins taking on the Hdbttm Oracn Olacgs. A lialf-tkn^^,£how will be presented by the Huntley Higj» School Band aod Oolor Guard. Tlw wiaaen of tlie floiat contest will also he aor nounced. At 9:00 P.M. the Heme- OBoing Dance will begin, featuring five murie. At 10:00 P.M. the Mw Kb^ and Qoscn win be Mmounced. All atadedb ve invttei} to oome to Uie dbaee aad ealabnate ttie Red- f iialtwMt an laalSa Ba* P^^te HOMCCiMlNG ociatic party." Though Barb recog¬ nizes electing George McGOvem will take hard work, she is optiBiietic. "We have had to work against odds from the beginning. People at the convention aaid we couldn't nom¬ inate McGovem -iwi we lid." Bar¬ bara was tiie only delegatjt pledged to McGovem from tiie 13th Con- gresfional District. She and lier hus¬ band Roger, a teaciier at Huntiey High School, ore the pacents of two boys — Paul four and Davidi 18 mien ths. PROCLAMATION WHEREAS. The Hunttey PTA has requested that tfae week of October 22-28, 1972 be National American Educatkxi Week. 'V^'HBREAS, Looal educators and the public together focus attentkn ton cur public sciiool system and undeistaiid the importance of sdioel for the deveioixnent of the indrvidua), the improvement of the - genera] welfwie, and the strengtiien- ing of our democracy. WHEREAS, The observance of • Amerioan Educetion Week encour¬ ages participation of the public in determining educational needs and aims. Make education top priority this year. WHEREAS, The goals of the Huntley PTA ace altogether worthy of public recogiitlon now. \\'HEREAS, The PTAwiU hold an open house for tiielf October meeting. The 17th of October will be for lhe Jr, Hi^ and High School (6-lJ) and the 18th of Oc¬ tober vwill be for the iUementary (K-S). WHEREAS, the PTA invites ttie pubKc to vWt tba school doring this week. -> THEREFORE, I, DonaVl Enstrom, Mayior of flic Oity ai •HunUey, 11- Unnis, do hereby procium the weak of October 22nd thra|«fa ttie 28tti, 1972 tp be NaUonai Ai^edaan Edu- eatioq l^k and ooomtod the oc¬ casion to all our oUfa^ta. ° . .4 Signed: Donakt Enatrom Mayor lof Hurley, lUinola Dated ttiis 9ith day of October, 1972.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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