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he iiuntletf Sfarmsfde 1 ^^ TTCDC -CfiA.liCA Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1985 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 28 0^m 312-669 SBRVDiO THE PEOPLE WHUNTtErSn«CE 1960^^ 25c Der CODV ••••••••iFrwinnt************************************************^-*-^^**^^^^^^ Congratulations To Tfae Champs Huntley was involved b it's first annual Redskb VoUeybaU Tournament with Cary-Grove, Piano, Hiawatha, Johnsburg, Mi ^k^e game winnbgs proceed- ^^ foUows: Huntley over Cary-Grove, 15-11, 15-9; Huntley over Hiawatha, 15-5, 15-11; Huntley over Johnsburg, 4-15, 16-14, 15-8; Huntley over Piano b semi-final, 15-6, 15-10; and Huntley over Johnsburg b fbals, 15-4 and 15-8. 1st Team All Tournament Beth Martb, Heidi Kahl and Cheryl Marsh. Cheryl Marsh served 45 pobts, Cheryl Boetcher served 36 pobts. Daden McGee aad Heidi Kahl combbed for more than 40 blocks. Pictured above are Champ¬ ions: 1st row from left; Melissa Massett, Marie Brockman, Cheryl Boettcher (capt), Beth Martin (capt), Mandi Barton and Marcy Brandweb. Back &t>m left; Assistant Coach James Tichy, Judy Wesneth, Heidi Kahl, Daden McGee, Cheryl Marsh, Chris Brown and Head Coach Joyce Radosths. Congrtttulations gh4s! I! More pictures on bside page. Homecoming Week Schedule Of Events Wed. Od. 9, Rock Star Day LeifEricksonDay 5 - 9 Float buUdbg - bus garage Thurs. Od. 10 - Hawaiian Day Golf Regional at Genoa (Jeff Ferguson is our team) 6 pm - VoUeybaU at Central 5 - 9 Float buUdbg - bus garage Fri. Od. 11 - Red & White Day 11:06 Homecombg Pep Assembly - Extended Pep Assembly sdiedule b effed during mombg hours 3 - 6 Float buUdbg - bus garage - 7:30 - Snake Dance with bonfire to follow Sat. Oct: 12 9:00 - Parade formation 10:00 - Parade 12 A: 2 - Homecombg games agabst Buribgton Central 8 • 11 - Homecombg Dance - GS Gym Crafters Wanted Crafters wanted for the luncheon/bazaar at Trinity Lutheran Church, Huntley, Thurs.. Nov. 7. Please contact Judi Keeslbg, 669-3419. Village Board Minutes The regular meetbg of the Huntley VUlage Board of Trostees was called to order at 8:00 pm, October 3, 1965. Attendbg the meetbg were Trostees Ahrens, Brown, Bm- merman, Wicke, and Russ, Pres. Dhamer, VUlage Attomey Szura, and VUlage Engbeer Schwegel. Trastees made one correction to the previous month's mbutes—the coUection of fees for Bakley's additions 7, 8, and 9 was dianged to 7, 8, 9, and 10—t>efore acceptbg them Homecoming King Candidates (Wicke moved, Zimmerman seconded, unanimous). Trastee Wicke moved, Russ seconded (unanimous) that the month's bUls be paid with 2 exceptionS"biU to Chicago Northwestem Railroad and to James Greve were held for clarification. A bttl from Brown Heatbg was designated for payment (Ahrens moved, Russ seconded, and on a roU caU vote Mr. Brown passed, all other trastees votbg aye). A biU finm D&Z Transfer was also to be paid (Ahrens moved, Russ seoonded, Mr. Zimmerman passbg on a roU caU and aU others votbg aye). At this pobt trastees approved the month's finandal reports-Wicke moved, Zimmerman seconded, unani¬ mous. Mr. Stanley Crissman appear¬ ed before the board to acquabt the trastees with his plans to buUd a new fadory b Bakley's bdustrial addition, this buUdbg to be financed by bdustrial revenue bonds. His company is a dry bdustry bvolvbg light ~& machinbg but no treated water or fumes. He makes computer hardware, currently employbg 6 people and hopes for expansion. His buUding could be ready by Mardi. Trastees had be«i given copies of the bdoucement resolution needed by Mr. Crissman b order to get bdustrial bond fundbg. After readbg the resolution, Zimmer¬ man moved, Ahrens seconded, to pass this resolution (unani¬ mous). Mr. Duke Mannbg appeared with a request from McHenry Homecoming Queen Candidates Farm Services to have a water Ibe connected to their property. No sanitary sewer is currency avaUable. Trastee Zfanmerman moved, Ahrens seconded, to aUow McHenry PS to bstaU a water ibe from Rt 47 to their property and not l>e required to hook bto sanitary sewer untU a sewer Ibe readies withb 300 feet of the buUdbg served by vUlage water. On a roU caU, aU trastees voted aye except Mr. Wicke who passed. Pres. Dhamer reported the Contbued on Page 5 ,.. ,,™t* .\i^ :.'.-y|"i *^£ V •9. ! Homecommg Kmg Candidates and Royalty are from left to right, ifront row: Ed D'Ambrosia, Mark Bauer, Lany Basel, Randy Doyle and Jeff Halat. Back row: Tedd Ream, Jim Grechis, Todd Ream, and Mike Grismer. Homecombg Queen Candidates and Royalty are from left to |right, front row: Lisa Gow, Dawn Timm, Mandi Barton, Jennie Martb and Beth Martb. Back row: Daden McGee, Marcy Brandweb, Julie Hoffman and Becky Pierce.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|