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r' ^ HUNTLEY 'r^oi^^ VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 35 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1971 — PHONE — 669-5621 ¦ If No Answer 459-0998 HUMTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES ¦BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD*' — DavU Crockett 7 cents per copy Huntley Redskins Finish With 6-3 Mark Coach Jack McDonald's Huntley Redskias have concluded another fine season. After 5 games, tho Red¬ skins have concluded another fine season. After 5 gamos, tbe Red¬ skins were only 2-3, but then closed the season with four successive vic¬ tories. Huntlcy opened the season at home, but unfortunatel fcU to Mcoscheart by a score of 12-7. Huntley scored first, a.s Tom Kai¬ sow blocked a punt and recovered cn the Mocsciheart 15 yard line. A few plays later, Larry Delaney bull¬ ed int;) the endzone from the 6 and also kicked the extra point. Moose¬ heart did all their scorinp in the 4th quarter, with tiie winning points coming with only 23 seconds left to play. Bill Ruth was the big man for the Redskins, paining 44 yards rushing and making 14 tackles. The Redskins then traveled to Hampshire and suffered a devasta¬ ting defeat 240. Hamp-shire com¬ pletely doinin:.ti'd the contest, scar¬ ing in every quarter and h Iding Huntley to 4 first downs and only 121 total yards Huntley's lone bright spot wa-s Doug Bakley with 13 tackles. Huntlcy played a fine game in defeating Cenl-.-al 1912. The Red- rkins could boast cf l^^iaving several heroes this time. Lairry Delaney carried the ball 8 times for 40 yards, completed 10 of 17 passes for 138 yards, and picked off two intercep¬ tions. Bill Ruth once again sparkled on defense with 14 tackles. Scott Harm intercepted a pass and raced 35 yards fov a T.D. Most outstand¬ ing cf all was Glen B;)rhart who caught 7 passes good for 102 yards. Glen's 7 receplikms tied the school record. In the season's 4th game, Huntley bombed North Boone 22-8. The Red¬ skins featured a powerful and well- rounded offense with 294 yards on the ground and anotTncr 173 in the aio. Greg Lindsey was a defensive power with 15 tackles. Larry Delan¬ ey completed 11 <^f 19 passes and rushed for 57 yards. Huntley made a gallant effort to end Earlville's ong winning streak but fell just shart 6-0, in a great defensive duel. The Rdskin dug in and stooped the Raiders three t'lmes on downs within soaring position, twice inside the 10 and once on the 17 yand line. Bau-IviUe twice stopped Huntley inside the 20 on costly in¬ terceptions. Homeccming saw the Redskins play one of their pCK;rest games of the season but still emerge viotMn- ous over Richmond by a score of 7-6. With the exception of Steve Nevel, the Redskin offeasive could not move the ball consistently and lost the ball twice on fumbles and twice ori in.tercoptior». Nevel. how¬ ever, powered his way to 94 yards in 16 carries. The key play was exe¬ cuted by Dennis Pfaff who stopped Richmond's attempt for a game-ty¬ ing extra point. The Redskin offense really got rolling again as Hebron fell 34-6. The offensive line, with their quick starts off the ball, opened gaping iioles in the Hebron defenave wall. FOOTBALL FINAL Continued on Page Two Happy Winner oi Eions Trip NOTICE .. Mr. Maurice Meredith, of Wood- st(Kk, was the winner of the ions Club "Vacation in Florida" Ttiip. Mr. Meredith Ls an employee of Union Special Mad-ine Co. of Hunt¬ ley. He is shown here being pre- Huntley College Athletics In The • News Huntley college athletics are in the news this week. Thero is Gary Keesling, a basfctball playr at Jud¬ son college in Elgin and Chuck Joehl a football player in Monmouth col¬ lege in Monmiouth, HI. Chuck GaJe a junisrs at Mon¬ mouth although he missed Uie last two games of the season due to in¬ jury, was 5th. in the nation in punt ;ent-:i with the check far $500 by Mr. Chuck I.amb, representative for the Lions club. The drawinj; was held Saturday :t the State Bank of Huntley. returns averaging over 18 yards a return for the season. Gale scored 24 pis. Keesling was the Judson Eagles second highest score in the Olivet Thanksgiving tournament, scoring 21 point-, against the Olivet team. Jud¬ son lost to Olivet 94-81. Judson took 3 place in the toumiament by win¬ ning over Lincoln EpSten 90-79. In that game Keesling scored 14 pointa "It's Befibining To Look A Lot Like Christmas ..." Trinity Lutheran Centennial Banquet Trinity Lutheran Church held its Ccntcturial Banquet Sunday evening. November 21, at the Blue Moon, Elgin. This was the last of six events planned to a)mmemoraite the 100th Anniversary of tJie congrDgaiUon. 131 members and friends enjoyed a delicious chicken and beef family- style dinner, followed by a very in¬ teresting and inspiring program. The program Included a brief talk by Rev. Herbert Heinerrrann who rem¬ inisced about his early years speirt. in Huntley. He recalled many points' of interest in Huntley which no long-, er exist, along with memories of his first years of training at the Trinity Lutheran Pairochial School. Films taken during tl .c various cen.- tcnaial ob.servances were vhown by Mayor Wilpault Brill. The guest' speaker for the evening was Dr. Theodore Nickel, 2nd vice-president of the l-uthcran Church, Missouri Synod. Rev. Frederick Hat.'im. pas¬ tor of Trinity Congregation, sorved as Master of Ceremonies. Ihose present will have plasant metnories of this evening for many months to come. Deicke Park will be closed to all motorized vehicles for the winter scasorL The park will be open \.\y focit traffic only. Huntiey Park D.'strict Board of CommLssioners Carol Wierich Sect^tary Park Board News The regular meeting of the Hurt- ley Park District Beard was held on Wednesday. November 24th, 1971 at 8:00 pm. The meef-ng was call¬ ed to order by President Pari^sk with Commissioners Deick, Macke¬ ben, Par;sek, and Tures present and C'-mmissiioner Ream absent. The Secretary was asked to read the minutes of tihe previous meet¬ ing of 10-27-71, after which a motion wes made by Mr. Mackeben, sec- ended by Mp Tures, to approve the minutes as read. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The Treasurers report was then pre¬ sented showing a balance in the checking account cf $30,172.18. A mijtion was made by Mr. Tures, seconded by Mr. Deicke to accept the report as read. All Commisscon- en-, voted aye and the report was filed, for audit The President then presented the mentldy bills for peyraent after which a motion was made by Mr. Deicke, seconded by Mr. Parisek to pay all bills as presented. Upon roll call all Commasaoners voted aye and the motion carried. Engineer Everett ScSheflow entered the meet¬ ing at this point. In the next order of business it was decided to sell the gates from the old fence to the Village for use at the disposal plant et a token price of $20.00. The sale waa put into the form of a motion by Mr. Parisek £ind seconded by Mr. Macke¬ ben. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. Mr. Parisek then reported that Fowler Tree Sepvjce has begun their work at t4e park and have trimmed ten trees to date. Next a discussion was held con¬ cerning posting signs at the en¬ trances stating that the park is closed for the winter to aU motor¬ ized vehicles and will be open to foot traffic only. Mrs. Weirich was asked to make the two signs and also to post a notice in the papc^ stating these restrictions. President Parisek then presented the board with a legal form of dedioatijon on the land needed from the paric for the Mill Street ^xten- aion. Mr. Scheflow wttr asked to contact Baxter and Woodman for a plat of survey to clarify the exact position end dimensions of the land before Mr. Parisek si^is the deda^ cation. A motion was made by Mr. Tures, sedonded by Mr. Dticke to authorize Oie President and Secre¬ tary to sign the dedicaition on the land needed from the park for the Mill Street extension. Mr. Scheflow was asked to contact Baxter and Woodman for a plat of survey to clarify the exact position and di¬ mensions of the land befwe Mr. Parisek signs the dedication. A mo¬ tion was made by Mr. Tures, sec¬ onded by Mr. Deicke to authorize PARK BOARO Conttnued oa Page Two Bob Schultz Named To National Legion Americanism Council It W3-, annrunced at the Nov. 18 mcf'.'p? of llh? McHcr.ry County Cruncil by llth District Comman- 'V.- Alvin E. Anderson thsit Robert Sk*ultz of Huntley has been ap- P''ntrd bv Natiinal American T^e- r'sn C-nimindfr Jchn H. Geiger as a general member of the National Amrricanir.m Council. Schultz, whi was recommended for.Ihis post by Department of II- !.'nois officers, and, whiose appoint¬ ment wss confirmed ait the Oct. 20- 21 National Executive Committee meeting was officially notified of this act-on in a letter from Com- marder Geiger, Schultz' appointment is a '??cog- r'^'-^n of service rendered to the Amercan Legion and a call for a crnlinuation of and an increase in that service. His term on the coun¬ cil will run until the close of the 1972 fall meeting of the National Eexecutive committee. Robert "Bob" Schultz is current¬ ly serving the McHewy County CDundl as its Americanrim Chair¬ man under Commander Wilbur Haak. In addition to being a past Post Commander of Huniley Post Number 673 and a past county adjutant of the McHenry County Council, he served as the Uth Dfe¬ trict Americandsm Chairman for a number of years. School Calendar Dec. 2 — Grade School - Wood¬ stock - Home 7 p.m. Dec. 3 — HebrofI - Home 6:30 p.m. Dec. 4 — Jr. Ctesi Play Day 12-4 p.m. Dec. 6 — JV-Fresh. Marengo 4 p.m. Dec. 6 — Women's Recneational Class Multi Purpose Room - 8 p.m. Dec. 7 — Grade Sohnol - St. Mary's (Elgin) Away 7 p.m. Dec. 8 — Men's ~ Recreational Class. Gym - 8-10 p.m. Dec. 9 — Grade School - St. Joes - Home 7 p.m. Dec. 9 — Picture retakes^ 10:30. Dec. 10 — Getwa - Home 6:30. Dec. 10 — Failure Notices to par¬ ents. Dec. 13 — Women's Recreotionel Class, Multi Purpose room 8 p.m. ' Dec. 13 — Board Meeting Dec. 14 — Grade School - St. Lawrence - Home 7 p.m. Dec. 14 — Music Booster Meet¬ ing - Band Room 8 p.m. Dec. 15 — Chiistmas Prognam, 8 p.m. Dec. 16 — Grade School - St. Tliomas - Home 7 p.m. Dec. 16 — G.A.A. MulU Purpofte Room - Party 7-9 p.m. Dec. 17 — Hiawatha - Away Dc. 17 — Jr. Hi Soc Hop - Miflti Puipose room. Dec. 18 — Central - Home 6:30.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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