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^ HUNTLEY ^^^'d. n 1 \ VOLUME IS — NUMBER 47 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1»75 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY, ILL tttSStl — If N« Aaawm ifl9-MM 2 SFrTTrvN.s — 70 pAT.P.S "Hif fti^pv rofi *RF uu:ht iift-v n»> s»v.\rr — n»vM rr«»*»* M cMii aaa Redskins Win Conference Title The varsity Redskins traveled w West Chicago last Friday night to face the Wheaton CJiristian Warrions in a Little Ei^ Conference game. The Redsidns shot with a 65-55 jolt. The Redskins employed a running attack In tte fhst haU, and gained a respectable lead. They then slow¬ ed the tempo of tbe game n the second half and wwked for the best percentage slioL The Redskins scored 15 pdnts within the first four mimites of play. Steve Nepermann collected 11 points in the opening quattcr, while front Ihie partner Bill Koch added 5 pomts. The frst quarter ended wth tbe Redskins leading by a 26-17 score. In the seoond stanza, the Warriors stood up to the Red-skin challenge. The Redsidns were weakened with center Steve Nepermann gainfaig his third foul about midway through the quarter. Bill Koch had three field goals in the quarter while John Dra¬ faU added five free thi"0'«'s to lead Huntley. Tlie Warriors trailed by as few as four points at 28-24 at tbe outset of the quarter, but tho Redskiiw went to work again to extend theh" advantage to 12 points at halfthne, 44-32. Steve Nepennann and Bill Koch had four points each to account for the Redskin quarter total. Center .Mark Frost liad 6 points to pace Wheaton Christian. The thiixl quar¬ ter ended with the Redskins lead¬ ing by a 52-42 margin. In the final quarter, both teams tied in quarter scoring at 13-13. Don Glissendorf came through for the Redskins in the quater, dump¬ ing In two important baskets. Bill Koch also had -^ r'>Ws for the Red¬ skins. Steve Nepennann f^arnod W fifth foul wltli about a minute f'f play left. Tho Kf tl-kins x'.^'nl on t > victory and gain the Little Eight Conferrnoe title. Stove NopciTnanji led all sooi^frs with 22 podnts whilo teaiiiniatf Bill Koch tallied 18 points. .lohn Drafall added 11 joints to the Redskin -it- tack and Mark Brettschneider and Don Glissendorf contrilnrted 6 points each. Mark Ewert, Steve Neper- maiui's replacement added a basket to close the Redskin scoiang in this game. Tlie final i-egukir season game for tiie Redsicins is this Friday night athome against the Central Rockets in a little Eight Oonference game. Tte Redskins are 8-0 in conference play, and have won the conference title. The Rockets are the second plaoe team. The Redskins have won the fiist two meetings with this team this season, winning 39-38 at Cen¬ tral and 60^1 at tbe conference toumenvent If you lMiv«nt seen the RedrtdiKi play ^ taaaoa, oome and see tfae wfamers In action. Grade School Basketball Tourney by Doug Strickland The 20th annual Tr-Cour.^y Con¬ ference touiTiament was held Feb 4, 5. 6, 10 and 11 a' Hun''ov T'^i-^ Himtlry Lloa<; Clu?5-rTK)n^o-o.^ ev^nt wa-- a-pali a suoc'^s. The tcumamTt i-penod v.-^V- ht? 5th and 6th p-ad'^ Hunt'ey R-15-I- pitted egainst the St. Ma-y's US'! cf Woodstock. The RoyaLs wf>r?> win¬ ners as they df-feated the Iri.«h 3?- 14. Dave Schachtner had 10 pointe in tWs game to lead the Royals while Jim GocM and Scott Neper¬ mann added 6 points. Brure Lln<lse> had 4 points while .Adam Bnmschon. Mike Lovin.'', and Rusty lovins had 2 points each. In another 5th ami 6th grade contest on this nig-ht, St. Thomas More of Elgin defeated St. Mary's of Elgin 25-20. Another 5th and 6th grade pamo saw St. Patrick of St. Charles holt the Saints of St. Charles of Hampshire 43-11. The final game of the night saw St. Lawrence or Elgin run past St. Charles of Hampshire 38-25. On the next night, the 5th and 6th grade division completed first round play as St. Joseph of Elgin dcclawed the Tigers of St. Law¬ rence of Elgin 30-5. In the second game of the night, 7th and Sth grade St. Thomas Mone of El'grin bowed to St. Mary's of Woodstock 27-24. Anr other game saw St. Patrick of St Charles defeat St. Mary's of Elgin 48-17, Ul the 7th and Sth grade dual. The third evening of the tourna- Contbined on Page Two CHAMPS SCOUTS CORNER Sunday, Fcbvuary 23 - Pancake Breakfast. Mon/.lay, Februa-y 24 - Troop M' cfing Parc.ikr B eakfast Snrday, Fe!i u a-y ?3"d, 0"'y r"c w:-k r^ma-ns fr r ; ou t'-' ET't yur t'cket h~ ih' '-r-a'kf?'-t that Venn- at SCO and lasls until I .CO. Ry pu-chasing your- ticke'. early y^u help us mako bet. ter p'tns, so wr d)n't ovrr purchase and so we have enough focd to go around. You lielp sMid a boy to camn by sii^ipcTting these scout funotion.3. Paper Drive A Success A .=^n'>\%7 r-iper d'.-ivc was held tills raft W'ok end. Scouts and lead¬ ers r'u«;hoJ Iheir way to another suc- ccs.sful dr'.ve. A special thanks go to Mr. Tliom Swanson and Mr. Jer- !-¦ Collins i'or fumisiilng trucks and Continued on Page Two ROY SCOUTS Board Of Education Regular Meeting The regular mettng of the Board (.>f EdueatiO'ii was held in the High school building, on February 10, 1975 at 7-.45 p.m. Upon roll cal! the foUowing an- swent-d present Mr. Ziller, Mr*. Simpso:\, Mi-s, Jones. Mr. Bond, Mr. Brettschneider and Mr. Stading. Ml'. Rulh absent. A motion m.idc by Mr. Bond and 2iul Mrs. Simpson to approve of the minutes a.s read. Motion car¬ ried 6 yeai & 0 nays. Continued on Page Six SCHOOL BOARD M Hi, ,1 he Week Menu Week of Feb. 24 - 28 Monday — Hamburger on bun, ca'..suri, mustard, pickles, buttered -om, potatoe chip'?, f?-ult in orange ¦";r^ milk. Tu~-day — Chickon noodle s^mp w'th crackers, chicken salad sand¬ wich, choose sticks, butte:^ bread, sliced peaches, milk. Wednesday — Roast t>eef and gravy, mashed potatoes, Imtt'red mixed vegetables, buttered bread, mixed fruit milk. Thursday — Home made LaSafna. Buttered green beans, buttered bread, baked dessert, milk. Friday — White fl* squares with tartar sauce, buttered mashed po¬ tatoes, coie S1.3W with carrots, iiut- tcred bread, fruit, mitt. Hobo Dinner March 1st It's that time of the year again when tfae Hrsit Congregational Chunii's Ciiancei Oboir prMcnt their annual Hobo Show. ITiis years «how is Msercti 1st, and it Is on a minstrel theme. Tickets go on sale Fctmnty 16, ftAowing the 10:45 CtMirch aervica. Tbe tickets are $3.00 for adtit* and $1.00 for children. You can riao get your ticketis by contacting Mrs. Don Hardy »t 669-3521 There Is a 5.30 and 8:00 setting. It's a great meal and a ffeat sbow so be sure to get your tkrkets. They go fast! Lnda Weirich School Calendar Friday, Fob. 2t -- Basketball - Central 6:30 (Conference game), Monday . Friday.. Feb. 24-28" — IHSA Basketball Regional Tourna¬ ment at Woodstock Marian. Huntiey plays in game I at 7 00 p.m. Fc*. 24 v<! Woorfsfoctt MrrJan March 4-* aM 7 - Bi<rk-'H,ii Class A SectiofMli. Marcfa 8 — Inservice Day, 12:00 p.m. Disoiisad. March 7 — Institute Day. No SdMoa. MarA 8 — Music - Solo and En- semUe Cboteot Marcii 18 — P.T.A. Meeting. 7:30 pjn. Ma-x-h 28 — Good Friday. No School. March ai - April 4 — Easter Va- cation. April 7 — School Resumee. AprU 9 — Report Cards. American Legion 56th Birthday As its part of the worldwide ob- servaooe of tbe American Legioo'a 56th anoiveraary in March. Huot¬ iey Post No. 673 it planndng apedaf birtliday festMtiea, Post Commao. der Bob SOvakU aoaooooed today. Legionnaires cf Poet No. 673 wffi celebrate the occasion with a dinner party at 7:30 pun. oo Saturday, March 8th at tbe Huotiey Legion Home. The special event is being db«o- ted by a conunittee under tbe chair¬ man^ of Rotert ScbacMaer and consisting of tba following members: Hany Daugherty aod Stanley Kodi. The eveot wiU be hi^ligltted by the appearance of a Past Nation^ Commander of tiw American Legion as the mala speaker, John Oeiger cf Des Ftaiaec, DL i^fter hoUii« Qumerooa offices at tbe Poot, Dia¬ trict and Dlvi^on level and servioe on veroos ocoimittes Ma. Geiger served tfie department of Illinois aa its commander in 1960. He Uiea went on to be the National Com¬ mander of the American Legkm in 1972. Post No. 673 is also hoDO^ed to have preaent at this event the de¬ partment president of the Americao Legton Auxiliary, Jerry Rlden, vice preskient Elaine Murphy and nu¬ merous otiier county, distiict and division officers, Ccmtimtous mem< bei-ship pins wll be awarded to Post and Auxiliary members pre¬ sent. A roast beef dteier, family style, will be aarved by Ihe ladies ol tlie congrecetional churcti of Hurtley. Tbe Huntley Firemen wUl boU a Benefit Dance of TV - Kficrowave Oven Give Away On Satwday Maich i,8. Funds raised trom this event wfll be used for the beiieftt 0^ tlie Hunt- ley Keaoue «<iiied. Yliiiets for tbe dtaoa aa6 p^ inta^pkf ba pur- dtased ftvkn aH^'lirnilltf'Dr at noM Huntley buriataaaa.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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