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m HUNTLEY ^ VOLUME 15 — NUMBIUK 48 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1976 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUWTLEY. ILL M»-I01 — B N. 4I9-14M SPACES Wn TOU ABS RIGHT. ntBtt OO AflBAD* -. DvvM Redskins Take Conference 600 Attend Boy Scout Breakfast by Doug Strickland Last Friday night, the Redskins hosted the Central Rockets in a Lit¬ tle Eight Conference dual. It was Senior Night at Huntley, and the Redskins rose to the occasion with a thrilling 57-54 victory over tlie Rocketa, thus tndii^ their confer¬ ence play with an unblemished 9-0 record. The game was close all the way. It was a pressure game that was won in the final two minutes by the Redskins. The pressure started from the outset of the game as sconing was low. Central jumped out to an 8A lead, but the Redskins i)egan to come back as hey trailed b>y a mere |X>iirt, 10-9 at the first quarter's end. Mark Bi^tschneider and John Dra¬ faU combined for 7 of the Redskin points in the quarter. Offense was the trademark of the second quarter r.s the Redskins tal¬ lied 22 j)oints. Steve Nepermann came into his rwn in the quanter for the 'Skins, tallying 12 points wh'le Bill Koch added 6 points. The hMf ended with tht Redskins leading hy a 31-28 scoi-c. In the Uiird quarter. Central pick, ed up the pieces and put them to¬ gether into an attack that outdiualed the Redskins 16-10. Huntley's BiU Koch tallied 8 of the Redskins third quarter points. The quarter ended with the Redskins trailing by a 44-41 score. In the final quarter, it was the Redskins who dominated the key moments. Trailing 4^-41 with six minutes to play, the Redskins used back court pressune to once again regain the lead. The Redskins led 55-51 with about three minutes re¬ maining. Central then scored, and' with 2:03 loft. Central's Doug Doughty was fouled, and had two shots at ttie charity stripe. The first free throw was missed, but Dough¬ ty swished the second shot to make the score 55-54. Jerry Nepermaim then bit a 35-foot shot witfi seven seconds left to give the Redskins their victory. After the game, the Redskins were awarded the LittJe Eight Corrfer- OONFERENCE CHAMPS Continued on Page Tm> Skins Bow In Regional The Huntley Redskins participated in the ftrst round of the Marian Cetitnal regional basketball tourna¬ ment last Monday,, February 23, against a tough Marian Central team, pcked by the coaches to win the tournament. The Redskins ran into some hard times in this game as they played a good game ,but the Hurricanes played better as the Redskins bowed 83-61. The game started out to be tight as both teams exchanged baskets, and the lead traveled between the two teams quite often. The Redi^fcins led by a 21-20 score after one quar¬ ter of basketball. Bill Koch led the Redskins with 10 points while Steve NepemKinn tossed in 4 points. The seoond quarter found the Hur¬ ricanes outdualing the Redskins 18- 8. The Redskins made just 4 of 15 shots white Marian Central hit 8 of 18 shots. The Hmricanes broke a- way in the final minutes of the stanza to grab a 38-29 lead at Inter¬ mission. The third quarter was more of the same. Tbe Redskins were held to 14 points, with Steve Nepermann and John Drafall tallying 4 points eaoh. The third suarter ended with the Redskins trailing by a 61-43 score. In the fourth quarter, the Red¬ skins gave a good effort to get back into the game, but were just sSiort of time. The Hurricanes out- scored the Redskins 22-18 in the chapter to win hte game 83-61. Bill Koch paced the Redskins with 18 points while John DrafaU tossed in 15 points. Steve Nepermann add- ed 14 points while Mark Brett- schneid^ and Jenry Nepermann tallied 6 pcdnts each. Raljrfi He»- ning added a basket to ciaa the Redskin scoring. The Vansdty Redsidns end their season with a fine 20-5 record, one of the best records n recent years for tfae Redskins. Seniom leaving the teatn arc Steve Nepermann, Don Glissendorf, Bill Koch, Mark Brett- REGIONAL Contlnaed on Page Two The Pancacke Breakfast held this past Sunday pi-oved to be another big success. More than 600 hungry supporters of tho Boy Scouts filled the Huntley Fire Bam for more than five hours enjoying the fine cook¬ ing prepared by the Scout's moms and dad. A big tliank you goes to all those that purchased tickets and attended this annual affair, and a bigger thank you goes to the Huntley Fire Department for letting us use the Fire Bam. Joe and Dorothy Sshaller for ai-rengng for and set¬ ting up the grills, to Alice Jordi, June DeDina, Joyce Rudsinski, and Janet Graff for pi>eparing the sau¬ sage and manning the kitchen, and to Nick Gretchis, Bob Seavers, Tom Swanson and Joe Schaller for pre¬ paring the pancakes. To all those that made donations or helped in any way the Scouts of Troop 167 say THANKS. Menu of the Week Menu Week of March 3 - 7 Monday — Weiner Winks or plain hct dop with cheese, potato chips, buttered bread, chocolate chip ctxA- ies, milk. Tuesday — Meat loaf and gravy, mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes, buttered mixed vegetables, buttered bread, raspberry jello with riches whip, milk. Wednesday — Ravioli in meat sauce, tossed green salad with dress¬ ing, peanut butter or buttered bread, chilled fruit, mUk. Thursday — Fresh frozen orange juice, tune and noodle casserole, buttered carrots, buttered bread, pea¬ nut butter brownies, milk. Friday — No Sohool — Teacher Institute Day. Note: Peanut butter sandwich available in place of main dish oti student request Kindergarten Registration Registration for the 75-76 Kinder¬ garten Cla'ss will be held at the Huntley Grade Sohool on Tuesday, Maxrh 11, 1975 from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Children are eligible who are 5 years oW before December 1, 1975. Please bring your child's bitth certificate with you. AJso on Tuesday, March 11, pre- sdiool children age 3 to 5 will regis¬ ter for the Vision & Hearing Screen¬ ing. An anxJlntment and a teaching game will be given for the screen, irgs to be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 19 and 20 at the Frflow*ip Hall of the 1st Congre¬ gational Churoh of Huntley. Your child's vision and hearing ane im¬ portant in his or her educational dcvelofmient. Plevase take advantage of this free service provided t>y your school nurse through the McHenry County and Illinois Department of HealOi. The Huntley Finemesn wffl hoSd a Benefit Dance of TV - Microwave Oven Give Away on Saturday Ma«h 8. Funds raised fr<Mn this event will be used for the benefit of tlie Hiuit¬ ley Rescue Squad. Tid^ets for the dance and give away may be put^ chased firom any firemain or at mofR Huntley bmlDessea. No School March 7th Thursday, March 6 will be an In- service Day for EHstrict 158 staff members. Students will t>e Asmissed at noon. K-8 staff will prepare for Parent Conferences. High School staff members will hold Parent Con¬ ferences at either parent or teacher request from 12:30 - 4:00. There will be no sdiool on Friday, Marcii 7. High Sohool staf members will spend tfae day working on the General Aptitude Test battery. KS parent conferences, at ehher par¬ ent or teacher request will be beld from 8:00 to 3:45. Parents may requea* conferences by oaMnc tfae gnade achooi 669- 5108 or the high school 669-5171. FFA Breakfast The Huntley Chs^iter ot F.F.A, held their annual Businessman's Breakfast on Feb. 18, 1975. Many farmers and local bosioesanien at- Cmifaaai oa Page Two FFA BREAKFAST 2 Huntley Men KiUed Two Huntley men were killed In separate acciden+s this past we-k. They were DonaM McCofthanf 40, and Gary Brkton, 26. According to Sheriffs repoits Mc¬ Collum was killed on Harmony Rd. wheo he lost control of his vefaide and it struck a tree. He was trans¬ ported to Sherman Hospital by tbe Marengo Rescue Squad where he was pronounced dead on anival. Mc¬ Collum was reporte<fiv on his way to worL Don McOoflom was well known by Huntley resideats, as for many years he operated Don's Super Valu, a grocery stone in tfae down¬ town area. He sold the business sev¬ eral yeans ago to Harry Purdom, son of the farmer owner, from wtiom he ori^nally purchased the business. According to McHenry Coonty Sberiffs veporis, Gary BrMon, whose address is listed as ElKin, was traveling west on the Hunttey- Maret^o Blacktop at 3:35 ajn. Sun. day, Fetiruary 23rd, wten l>e at¬ tempted to paas bb brothar Davfd, 23, of Hunttesr, at tbis time the tnic^ he "was dnvinc went out et control, off tfae south side at the road, isMiag a tree. It bouaoed beck onto the road onSy to a««in leave ttie road and bit anotber tne. David was inans|»tted to McHeo¬ ry County Memorial Ho^Aal tax Woodstoik by the Huntley Rescue Squad in the new rescue vetiicle. The body of his brother Gary, was taken to the morgue at the same hospital, where he was pronounced dead, l>y the fire department's panel truck, long used as a rescue v^de by the fine department Police Report February 18, 1975, 3:03 a.m. Po¬ lice responded to an alarm call aft the Huntley High School. Upon ar¬ rival the area was checked and it was detennlned the alarm was set off by an employee. February 20, 1975, 9:32 p.m. Po¬ lice answered a prowler call at a local home m the Village. It was reported that tiie incident was an ml^understarding l>y tlie offender. February 20, 1975, 1:27 a.m. Po¬ lice re^xmdied to a domestic prol>- lem. The peopie that were Involved were instructed to seek legal coun¬ sel or try to settle their di^Mte themselves. February 23, J 975, 4:42 a.m. An officer was alerted to watch for a vehicle wanted n connection with a battery con^laint by tfae McHenry Co. Sheriff's Poiioe. The vehide was observed by the officer and lie was ^e to comer the suspect south of the Hunitley Village limits. Tbe sus¬ pect was then taken to tfae Huntley Police Station wbere he was held uirtil the Sheriffe PoJice arrived. February 23, 1975, 3:32 a.m. Po^ lice asaisrted the McHemy County Sheriffs police ki the investigation of an accident where by a mao was killed. The Huntiey Officer stood by while the Huntiey Firemen attemp¬ ted their rescue of the man. Hobo Dinner March 1st WeU, the Hobos bave been wwk- ing feal bard. They've dug out your ol' favorites like "Camptofwo Races, ** "Old Man River," and "Alexanders Rag-Time Band" We even bave some apedaU stoprises for yoo. We would like to thank at of (hose who dooated fatvom and of ooone all c< yott wtio bought ViOatta.. Sae yon Sttotiag^-.
|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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