The Huntley Farmside
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HUNTLEY fi-^^s^ VOLUME 16 — NUMBER 2« THURS.. SEPTEMBER afTirrt — PHONB — PO 192 HUJJTLEY. I[,L ii*401 — UN* Ammwc 4S9-MM «S».UH 8 PAGES m^eo Ml^Al ¦ HGnr. TORN GO AHBAD- — DavM Cnxtatt r '' '4- I It < mXipw aaW 1950s Day At Huntley School Pictured alMve are children bet- we^i 6tfa and Sth grade at tbe Hirnt ley Sdiool. The kids dressed for a day in the close ot the 1960's. The giris w;ore long dresaea, llpstiA and 'pons taOs. Many fbr Ibe boys wore blue geam and Mack leolha: jact^ ets \wh a DA iialr style. At noon a socle hop was iield in the gym with iWk and RoU music of the era. Some teadicers also partici¬ pated in the spirit ot the day. Many of the kids exiM<essed the tic^ie thst the schotd would put cm a sknular event in the future Redskins Defeat Heunpshire by Dove Stiiddaad Last Saiturday, the Huntley Red¬ sUns tmveted to HJampeMre to flace (he Hamptiiire Wbqipure, a staong tiootender Dor the Uttie El^ Coo- ilereme SSe. The RedsUlns pdoved ooee —atntlwMhey imtd liagr good mttmmSmttmtaOiitte htm i Mi&etect. The 'SUns held ttte Whippure to just six first downs iti (he oootest Ihe Whippure were held to 119 tctti yards, 85 yards rushing and 34 yards passing. Hampefaire didn't ex¬ actly help themselves witii 60 yards in penalties. HunUey tnteroeipted two Hampshire paidses. The game's lone scooe was on a sneak over the middle hy Hiuntley quarterback Bill Koch. His ooe^«ud soore oame with 3:OT left in the opening period. Hampi^hire put together thdr big¬ gest sooring threat of the game fol¬ lowing fhe Redskin taUy. They drove the fioolbaQ to (he Redskin l«'yard line, but the HuriUey deifenne omce again became the hesroes by stop¬ ping this drive and gdbQng (he ball oo downs. Haai|»iidire kidsed off to open the second half and Huntley staited the half on their own il-yie/A Hne. The Redsidns then mandhed dofwofield to the Hampshire 24-yard line. At that point, Ooach MoDonald elocted lo go for a field goal. The 34-yia!Pd ettempt by Marie Brettschneider Was short and the score remaioed 6^. Tbe Redskins made aoolfaer bid to score when they pet together a 35 yard drive nddway ttaDi^ the fourth quarter. This drive's ftown- Ifiall came when ihe Whlppum re- oov«-ed a Hundey fumMe at the Hamfshlre IS-yaoA Une. Whh 1:02 left Ol Che game, Hamp¬ shire recovered another Reddoin fiHunble at the 'Wiippar 42-yiBr4 yne: In h destienate atterafit tl^ aoifrmi 'Haanpshire went ti^ the ttti BiA wry vmt to tfae pafleng fifaa» onoe ijpo olten as John I|t«IMt iin| tesJcejilbd a p«as sn^wal dboived at the Hampshire 29-fsad Hoe.'ifae Redsidns then ate up tfae 46 aeeoais left on the dock. Tlje final liom etounded with tfae RedbUnB winning their seoond game In tiiree deoMons and Hampshire droppkie tfaeir sec¬ ond game hi three oontests. Tbe Redfifclns lud a respectaUe day on olfenae as wel, gaUng REDSKINS BEAT HAMPSHIRE Coatfaned oo Baek Vaga JtHnt Boenrd Meeting Ray KeOey A joint meetioc: of tbe Vfflaee Board, Paik DMrkt end Jlo«nl of EdacMUon was beld at tfae viJiage ball OB Mondlay •veninc Sefit 23rd. Hie me^tlnc ww <»i<ed to ordar at 8 pun. hf Don Enrtrigm pnaUeit of ttte vMice boaRd Ltenwl Aok- JMa«Kl Bob VMii* and Kdd Strou- •¦.jpaiet'a'in attwahaeB and Attocney 'WfiUaai OilKreB represented the yJOage. School board membens in attend¬ ance were Mrs. SBmplMui, Bmest Stading Jr., Jim Bond, Paul ZiUer and Charles Ruth and Scfaool Supt. LeRoy Maries, Mr. John Tures wm present as well as the perk baand ottomefy Henry Omdln Jr. PiMldeit EnsfatMi opened the meeUng by reiadhis the annexalicm resolution and he then oafled lor a gener^ dlaouBsSon of the matter. Attorney Oonvlui tuwanfril the park boajd'e potBtkn* in tbe milter and Attorney CUdweS tagioltd out the proUems oonfrooting the vil¬ lage board In regard to annexialion. President Enstrom daid be felt that annexation lA Uds time was knpos- siUe because the viAage dU not ivave Che sewen fadUfcieB to handle ttie sittntlon. lYuHtee Bbb Frank said it was the duty <tf the vittaige board to protect tbe pebiiie of the area. The problems ailtaing when a iand developer requested annexation were ^cussed at lei^ith. Meniber Ron Strot^e expressed bis views on the matter. Fcllowing a geneial discuasiiDn of the matter the meeting adjoomed at 9 p.m. Institute Day Sept, 30 Monbry, September 30, is an in- service day for Huntley Sidiools. Selwol will be dismissed at 1200 nooo. Teacheis of kindergatten to gnade five wilt review ,the repeat oarl tad codferenoe rfieets i& pnepBraCioa for pbrent confereooes in November. ReviairaB of tfae xepmt ciud wia be oouidared ^ Sliat; ante. Juobr iBih TeMthers'wai meet witti psychjoingtst Verdon HMl, as they sti^ the iapic of "Uadetofeand- ing TTie Adoietsoent Child." Verdon HaU present is serving as psychdo^Kst ft* OryBtal Lake, Oary- Grove Hi^ Scixiol and Spedai Edu¬ oation Distfiet of McHenry County. The H^ Scbool staff will be work&ig in plannlag groups dealing with parent oonferences, sMnident foiH- year pians, open house, and teacher oompeociea. Continued on Back Page INSTITUTE DAY Police Report Sept 17, 1974. Criminal damagi to vehkie. A vehide paaked io fiovi] ot a kKxd business had the r( wiodow busted oiA. The incident it\ being inveedgated. Sept 17, Missing juvenile, active youngstens wiandered awa; from ills bome causing ooncem hts mother aod a search by polio Ihe youth was looated 2Vii mMesj walkittg to his babysitter and returned to his nwther. Sept. 17, 1974. Injured aninial. Poiice investigated an k^ured oatj that was repoited hurt or stunned The otHcers Sbodo by deddiiig what] to do with the animal wben tbe cat; supposedly regained its senses an< left So did the poGce. Sept. 17, 1974, Aocddettt P<rfice] investigated an aocident involving' two autos. No one was reported in. juired, both vefaicles were diiven away. „,,^ Sept. 17, 1^74. A pair of valuiatole hunting dogs were reported missing to the police. A descriptton of the dogs were given to police and a search of the animaJs is continuing. Sept. 17, 1974. The Huntley police investigated a iHtrglar alarm, finding an open window the officer check tbe buikSng and found nottiittg. It was believed the window was left, open aoddentally. Sept. 17. 1974. A hit aod nm ac-, <.i ddent is betog aivesttigated by police. J "^y^^j^j^gt ^ It was repotted tint an uiimowii driver had struck a bike driven by an area youth. Ihe youth had re¬ portedly jumped from the biite to avoid being hit himseif and the bike was totally destroyed. Ihe driver of the unknown vehkie fled the area. The police are continuing the in- vcstigatiDn and aniyone who may have knowledge of the aoddent can cell anytime to repoit their informa¬ tion. Set*. 18, 1974. A driver was no- Continued on Back Page I'OLICE REPORT J Aulik Merit Scholarship Semi' Finalist Hundey Ei^ Sd*Dl piincipBl Wfl- Hon Moylan has acoounoed tfaat udy Aulik has been named a Cfead- in the oompetifcioa fcr tbtaat ,)JOO Merit Schctor*^ «o be a- krded in 1^)5 Judy Aulik, daugfater of Mi", and Mrs. Bernard AtSk. \W» W«>t Main Street, Hunttey, l» ""^^ la seiwor In Huntley H^ MmmL 'she plfflK to attend Bradtejr UMv«e- sity, Peoria, "DlSiaob oftit year, ma¬ joring in bicJogy. A menfcar of ttA iHitley Hi* Schod Band her taa- interests are musfc and WBteh- ng ice hockey. The Merit prognam somUfflrtaBwn are the hi^eat aOorers In eadi it^ on Uie 1973 pre«mtoa»y SdioSBslie Aptitude Tert/NBidooal Merft Sdio- lisship Qufdffytos Tert (PSAT/ MSQT), admintatered to oww one million students fai about 17,000 s nattanwWe. The sentfM- 1:^. most of whom w* OCtttf^ttB ^high school and enter ooHieiga in 11975, wi]] be Identified to regSon- '^ally accredited U.S. ocA^eB and unlversltles.'Many Send&iBMrta ftad J^, thk reoogn£blon useftd b> pMal ad- "if missian to the college of tbeir ebotee t<t and in obtainiqg financial aid. According to St^;!^:^^ ^aeSS*, ' Mant SchdaTBhlp Oorporation (NMSO), I 'The approxiniately 15,000 Seml- '. finalists represent the top one balC of one percent of the naikm's moat *" academically talented young peopie '^ The students bring honor to (faein- ¦' selves, their fiamiMes, their teachers, and their oommunttles. ^ Semifinali^ must (tuaSfy as flnal- i ii>ts to advance In the competttlon I for Merit SdiolaaiEMps. To tieeoaie . Merit Programs FlnaiietB, the Swd> Hnedists must be endorsed liy (faeif f Continued on Back Page St^HOLARSHIP McHenry County Farm Bureau Directors Menu of the Week Week of Sept. 30 • Oot 4 Monday — No lunch - noon dis- mijasttl. "niesday — Weiner wlnfas wltti cheeseiOr ptaili^ buttered oom, po¬ tato dips, buttered bread, tHxiwnies W«JieBday — Meat boat aod gia^ ivy, MBiihed potBltloes, buttered spn- acli, buttered breiad,, raspt>erry jeUo wUh lUciMs mtdts ntSk. 'niursd^jr •— CIMcen nooiSe soup and oitadoers, ddcken sMad sand¬ wiches, onrot and odeoy sttoks, chilled ndxed firutt. milk. Priday —- Ovaa frtad iUi with ttttar aaoce, mtaBiMd piMioes, cvea- my oole darw Mtb usntAs, lettered * ¦ * III H illi, ¦ M*. TfumstSt vmwB, ffiBk. TkIa it the 1*74 MoBenry Cooaty Fann Boreaa board of dlractors. Erom bll^ Bd Gooiley, HMtlaBd tomahlp; Alan Swaaaaa, Dorr townaidp; J»ek Toaag, Grere towniUp; iIxm C^Mh, ChemnDg townahH>: Jim HaUisy, Hebion townafcJK Doa iMUaMim, Aldea townAlK and CSarHoce Adantf, Nmda towirtUp. Bacla Ekaer HBL Oorai tvwMb^t tbt Book, Dnnbam tawnship; Ed Meter, Jr., Algonqoia towaAlK Dlift AtfeWn Bidunood towaah^ Keith Weliuput, McHenry townahip; H«nty Bai, jaiiMfc^ft JeiiB Martta, ManBgo townUp; Ralph IkrafaD, Grafton Greenwood townrtdp. Abtttatt Richard Barke, BBey tamnaUp.
|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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