The Huntley Farmside
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A 9 iA -TCDC con ^an VOLUME 19-NUMBER 24 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1979 PHONE 669-562Mf no answer call 459-1456 or 459-0998 PO 192 ji'rr'.F.Y. rr.r. JSPS 580-360 PAGES I SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 15c PER COPY VICTORY FOR REDSKINS 26-0 A large turnout attended the Redskin Varsity game against | 'Hebron last Friday night. Here are highlights of the game. The Huntley Color Guard and band started the event. The crowd sang "God Bless America." Chris Ball of Hebron got the ball on the Huntley 20. Huntley regained possession on the 35. After several plays Jim Goehl took the ball to the 20. Dan Schaller made a touchdown for the Redskins. Adam Brunchon made the extra point. The second quarter dawned with Hebron in possession at the 21. Neither team gained much yardage. Hebrons Rich Heischman completed a pass to the 30 but couldn't get any more yardage. Jim Gov hi ran the ball io the 45. Adam Brunschon gained 3 yds while Dann Schaller a couple of more. Schaller gained another 5 yds. Adam Brunschon, in a spectacuiar play with three Hebron players holding on to him gained 19 yards. Jim Goehl gained another 5 yd. and Schaller another 3. Brunschon recovered a fumble. Jim Goehl went to the 10 but there was a 15 yard penalty against the Redskins. Hebron once more had the ball. Huntley intercepted it at the 40. Adam Brunschon carried the ball to the 33 but another 15 yard penalty was called. It waa Hebron's ball. Charles Wrightman passed to Rich Heischman but it was incomplete. Troy Roesslein Continued on Inside Page FOOTBALL GAI\/IES THIS WEEKEND The Varsity football game on Saturday, Sept. 29th at Wheat¬ on Christian will be played at 2:00. • The Fresh-Soph will play Valley Lutheran in St. Charles at 12:00 on Saturday, Sept. 29th. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Monday, Oct. 1 Vegetable Beef soup with crackers, peanut butter & jelly sandwiches. Rice Krispie Squares, milk Tuesday, Oct. 2 Meat Loaf with gravy, whip¬ ped potatoes, buttered spinach, bread & butter. Lemon Cream Pie, milk Wednesday, Oct. 3 Tacos with potato chips, peanut butter browni, buttered com, milk Thursday, Oct. 4 Scalloped potatoes & ham, buttered mixed vegetables, hot com bread, chocolate pudding, with Riches Whip, milk Friday, Oct. 5 Macaroni & cheese, buttered beets, bread & butter, cinna¬ mon squares, milk Lions all over the state kicked off the Candy Day season recently by attending Jambor¬ ees in each of the 12 districts of the state. Lions Gubs of Illinois Candy Day for Humanitarian Services is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, October 12 and 13, to raise more than Sl,000,000 to help the blind, visually handicapped, deaf and hearing impaired. At each Jamboree inflatable candy rolls were passed around to signify the need for Candy Day. The Jamtwree for Lions from this area was held at the Blue Moon Restaurant in Elgin. Among those attending from this area were Vemon J. Ewert, Candy Day Chairman of the Huntley Lions Club-, District Govemor George X. Abbamonto of Cary; and Mel Ewert of Huntley^ Candy Day Underwrit¬ er Chairman, also of the Huntley Lions Club. I40MEC0MINQ PARADE NEWS Any business or organization wanting to participate in this years Homecoming parade on Oct. 6, please contact the Huntley High School at 669- 5171.
|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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|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|