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®i|E iiuntUg JTarmsiiic VOLUME IS-NUMBER 41 THURSDAY, JANUARY 26.1978 PHONE- 669-S621-If no anawer caO 459-1456 or 459.0998 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL n.m •V<^: \,.;v PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 ISePERCOPY HUNTLEY fflGH SCHOOL BOWLING TEAM WE'RE NUMBER ONE J»ictured above are members ofthe Huntley High School Bowling Team. They are as follows: Row 1: Cindy Jacobs, Lonnie Nerby, Rita Hoffman, Janice Parisek, Barb Brettschneider, and Miss Peterson, team coach. Top Row: Nancy Zirk. Pat Hansen, Connie Marsh, Ann Fitzgerald, Sandy Hight, Sue Schaller and Brenda Tessmer. So far tiiis year the Huntley A Team is in first place with a 9-0 record. The B Team has a 7-2 record. This weekend botii team.s witii compete in a Conference Tournament in Hampshire starting at 12 noon on Saturday. Next week, tiie Huntley Team will compete in the District Tournament in Elgin at Frontier lanes on Feb. 4th. If the eirls are victorious they will go to tiie Sta'e competition. Photo by De Wane Studio. SCENES FROM DEICKE PARK tried to remove some of the snow in order to ice skate. At the present time, there isn't anv programs for ice skating or sledding at the Park. Diecke Park has been in existence since 1%5 and has been primarily used by clubs, businesses and families for picnics and reunions. At present there are no programs for winter sports at the park. Pictured above are scenes from Deicke Park. Shown are the two shelters and the pond where it appears that some children have VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT FEB. 4th As the Feb. 4th date for the 1st Annual Huntley Community Vol¬ leyball Toumament draws near, the final organizational touches and plans, such as selection of voAcjais, scheduling, timetables, etc. are being developed. The community's response to the "Back Bob's Back" drive has been most gratifying, as 20 teams thus far have entered the toumament. The many civic and church clubs and organizations have responded to the challenge not only with their team entries, but also with their pledges of assistance to help conduct the toumament itself. The other phases of the drive are continuing on schedule. Chances for the rafHe of the 19" Zenith portable color TV are available at V&V Electrottlcs. Continued on Back Page SCHOOLBOARD MINUTES The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District (DISS. Huntley. Illinoia was held in the High School Library at 7:30 p.m. January 13, 11978. • President Mrs. Livingston call- led the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Members present were Mr. Brettschneider, Mrs. Livingston, Mr. Pupich and Mrs. Kopie. Absent Mrs. pawl, Mr. Grismer and Mr. Zirk. A motion was made by Mr. Brettschneider. and 2nd by Mr. Pupich to approve of the minutes of the previous meeting. The motion carried with 4 yeaa St no nays. A motion for payment of bills was made by Mr. Pupich and 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider. Motion carried. Mr. Brettschneider made a mot¬ ion to transfer $522.70 into the Imprest Fund, Znd by Mr. Pupich. Motion carried. A motion was made by Mrs Livingston to adopt the policy on Communicating Teacher Vacanc¬ ies to the Certiflcil 9iaff.^Ml^ MMkrtrbadop* the iiyicy <rf tiie free lunch program. 2nd by Mrs. Livingston. Motion carried 4 yeas & 0 nays. A motion for the authorization of expenditure Ur baseball uni¬ forms with a maximum of S200.00 was made by Mr. Pupich, 2nd by Mr. Brettschneider. The motion carried with 4 yeas Sc nu nays. A motion to approve the date and location for the Senior Class Trip was made by Mr. Pupich, 2nd by Mrs. Livingston. Thr motion carried. A motion to approve contracts of Vernon Heine. Ruth Ann Plane, Kathleen Enstrom and Elmer harting was made by Mr. Pupich 2nd by Mr. Brettschneid¬ er. The motion carried 4 yeas 0 nays. (9:00 p.m. Executive Session was called for to discuss personnel.) (Came out of Executive session at 9:30 p.m.) Mr. Zirk entered the meeting at 9:05 p.m. A motion made by Mr. Brettschneider and 2nd by Mr. Pupich to approve the contract for Charles Rubenacker, in the amount of S6,533.33. Members voting yea - Mrs. Livingston, Mrs. Koppie, Mr. Pupich, Mr. Brettschneider and Mr. Zirk, No nays. Motioncarried. A motion by Mr. Pupich and 2nd by Mr. Zirk to accept the resignation of Superintendent LeRoy Marks, effective June .10, 1978. The motion carried with 5 yeas and no nays. There will be no regnlar School Board meeting on January 26, 1978. A motion by'Mr. 2rk to adjoar the meeting at 10:30 p.m. No nays the meeting adjourned. PAPER DRIVE Troop 167 will be holding its first paper drive of the new year on Feb. 24 Sc 25. There wiU be paper pick.up oe both of these days. For p^wr pick up call 669-5933.
|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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