The Huntley Farmside
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he Buntietr 3utmslhe Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1986 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 25 *-"-1*^-^;^^ ^ ... .^ ... ^ .m. 4ihi^^ bjfehi A m m m .^k. -¦^¦^•Ai^k-^k^karfkrfik^k^k^k^^^kirflk^kllikAii^kdlk^kdMki^kirfkii^k^hrf^^kadAH 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy ^^^r^^^Piiy^y ¦¦IllllPi Huntley Harvestors Officers Huntley Harvester's 4-H Club Officers Dennis Drendel - Todd Manke Theresa Becker - Amy Meyer - Mike Riedl and alternate officers Jodi Manke - April Riedl cordially invite you to help celebrate their 60th anniversary and dedication of the flag pole in memory of Henry Marlowe on Sunday, Oct. 5, 1986 1:00 PM at "Ol' "Timer's Park", Huntley with an anniversary celebration in the social hall of the Congregational Church immediately following Planning Commission Minutes The regular monthly meeting of the Huntley Planning Commission was called to order at 8:05 p.m. by Chairman Wilmer Rohlwing. Those members of the board present were Noel Hansmann, Ron Hahn, Robert Schachtner, Paul Mercer and Tom Jurs. The minutes of the meeting of August 11, 1986, were rfead. Mr. Hahn moved to accept the minutes as read. Mr. Hansmann seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Rohlwing welcomed Mr. Jack Daum to serve on the board. Village Attorney Mike Kukla was also present. The first order of business concerned Mr. Stan Crissman. Chairman Rohlwing read a letter from Baxter & Woodman, attached hereto and marked Exhibit A, concerning the addition of a painting oper¬ ation in Crissman Manufac¬ turing. Mr. Crissman said he has decided to paint his parts within his building. He will be adding a close-loop, 5 stage wash system so nothing goes down the drain or into the air. It will be within the' building, but a separate part of it. The Village Board has approved this. He wanted to let the Planning Commission know about it since it was an addition to their regular plans. Mr. Crissman said he will get an ok from the Fire Chief when he gets to the point of painting, and also apoproval from Baxter & Woodman. Inspector Spradlin said he had just received his (Rjpy of the plans today and the board briefly reviewed the addition. The next order of business was presented by Mr. Bill Becknell. He represents Builders Unlimited, Inc. and does work in McHenry County. They are proposing a building in Bakley's Addition which will face Main Street. The building will be of masonry and steel. They would like to get under roof now and be ready to open in spring. Chairman Rohlwing had received a letter from Village Engineer, Don Schwegel, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit B. Such letter was read stating that complete plans including necessary site and utility plans had not been received by him. Also the parcel in question is not part of any platted subdivision and also needs to be reviewed. Thus, Mr. Schwegel could not at this time make a recom¬ mendation to the Planning Commission on Outlook Envelope Co. Mayor Dhamer showed some plans given to him by Ken Bakley concerning the property where the building is to be located, but these plans are incomplete. The Mayor said that he talked to Don Schwegel tonight and even though he still heisn't received more information, thinks the plans are going to be ok, but he hasn't had enough time and drawings to know for sure. He didn't think there world be a problem with water run-off and drainage. The amount of acreage is not definite - either 5 1/2 or 6 acres. The closing is set for Wednesday or Thursday continued on p. 4 Redskins 1-1 by Cris Manley Well football fans, it is that time of the year again to get out the long-johns, cow bells, blankets and seat cushions. The 1986 Huntley Redskins are back in action and looking better than ever. The Redskins got off to a rather slow start being defeated by Winnebago their first game of the year 31-0. But now the butterflies are all gone and the Redskins were ready to take on the South Beloit So-Bos. The game against the So-Bos was practically won in the first half of the game. The Skins had their offense at full steam and the defense was just plain awsome. The first touchdown of the year was a pass from quarterback Dan Erath to receiver Ron Terry. Dean Dobrolinsky kicked the extra point which made the score 7-0. The Redskin defense held up great and the ball was back in our hands in no time. The next TD was a 2 yard run by half back Mark Bauer. Again Doby came on the field to kick the extra point. This put the Skins up buy a score of 14-0. The Redskins weren't on defense very long and thanks to line backer Dan Erath the Skins went up by another 6. The score was now 20-0. In the second half the Skins came out fired and ready to finish the destruction of the So-Bos. In the 3rd quarter the Skins put 6 more on the board when Erath hit Ron Terry for a 17 yd TD pass. It wasn't until the 4th quarter that the South Beloit So-Bos finally scored. But the Skins weren't through yet. As soon as they got the ball back they put it in the end zone again. This time it was a pitch to half back Cris Manley who ran it in from 77 yards out. Again for the 3rd and last time Doby came out to put the final point on the board. The final score was Huntley 33-South Beloit 6. We are sorry to report that the Skins only came home with one victory for the day. The Frosh-Soph team was unable to defeat the JV So-Bos. The final score was 0-46. But the Frosh Soph redeemed themselves on Monday when they defeated Hampshire by a score of 20 - 18. TD's by Charles Murphy with a 6 yd. ' run in the second quarter; Mike Leckics with a 3 yd run in the 3rd quarter, extra points run in by Charles Murphy; and the last TD again by Charles Murphy with a 6 yd run in the 4th quarter. Good job Redt Varsity Stats Huntley vs. South Beliot Rushing Manley 100 yds Bauer 48 yds Frihart 47 yds Erath 42 yds * Clavey 4 yds Pass Receiving Terrt 88 yds Bauer 36 yds Thackwray 15 yds Sheets 14 yds Manley 14 yds continued on p. 4 '^^WW National Emergency Medical Services Week Sept. 21 thru Sept. 27 is National Emergency Medical Services Week, to recognize Hospital Emergency Room Staff, EMT-A's and Paramedics. The Huntley Fire Protection District ambulance service belongs to the Grater Elgin Area Mobile Intensive Care Program and our base hospital is Sherman. Dr. Mark Gibson is the Project Medical Driector and JoAnn Foley, R.N. is the EMS system coordinator. The Huntley Fire Dept. has two paramedic staffed ambulances and has 11 certified paramedics and 14 Emergency Medical Technicians. This year the fire dept. will run about 300 ambulance calls and the number of calls per year is increasing as the district grows. During the week of Sept. 21 to Sept. 27 all residents of the district are invited to stop by Station #1 at 11808 Coral St. to look over the ambulances and have their blood pressures taken. Residents may stop by between the hours of 7:30 am. to 4:00 pm. Monday thru Friday. Grafton Homemakers The Sept. meeting of the Grafton Homemakers was held at the home of Virginia Har¬ dy. Co-hostess was Catherine Kohiey. A lesson on "Stress" W21S given by Louise Fitzger¬ ald. Hostess for the Oct. 1 meeting is Wyn Hasselgren with Marie Fettes as co-host- Lion's Club Minutes The Huntley Lions were called to order at 7:30 p.m. Tues, September 9, 1986 at the Legion with 41 members present, Leo Smith Zone 2 Chairman and Bruce Enstrom were guests. Barney and May led in song with The Beer Barrel Polka and Grand Old Flag. The Pledge was led by Lion Hansen, Lion Del Bohart with Prayer. Minutes were read and approved. Motion by Lion Schaller and seconded by Lion Hoppy Kahl. Treasury re¬ port was read and approved. Motion by Jim Mattingly and seconded by Lou VanAcker. Report by Lion Tessmer on the Golf Outing, 69 played golf with 67 attending the dinner. Hats off to Lion Don and Lion Chuck Staadt. Being invited to Union Lions Wednesday, Sept. 17th, Lion Hartman asked anyone wishing to go, please raise your paw with 24 responding. A motion by Lion Weirich seconded by Lion Chuck Dam- meyer to send postal cards once a month. Lion Jim Weirich talked about Operation I.D. where identification tags would be sewn in the childs clothes Anyone interested in join¬ ing may contact Wyn Hassel¬ gren at 669-5817 or Rita Hen¬ nig at 669-5934. REMINDER VOTER REGISTRATION COME TO THE TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS OFFICE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 29 with address and telephone numbers. Motion by Lion Norm Brettschneider seconded by by Lion Elmer Britton to go a- long with the Huntley Lioness and get these I.D.'s. Lion Chuck Conley talked about an Identification Bill Board entering our town, and was asked for him and Lion Joe Schaller to look into it further. There being no other busi¬ ness, Leo Smith Zone Chairman was asked to present 24 mem¬ bers with perfect attendence pins, 7 members with 10 year Monarchs and 1 with a 25 year Monarch. Also Past President Hansen received his Past Pres. Pin. Frank Peletz was then in¬ stalled as a Lion. Welcome aboard Lion Frank. There being no other busi¬ ness, a motion by Don Tessmer and seconded by John Rapaskey to close the meeting. Meeting adjourned. Next meeting is Sept. 23rd. Zone meeting Sept. 29th at Bill's. Dick Kohiey Secretary Pictured above, Lion Warren Hansen getting his Past President Pin from President Hartman.
|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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