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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1060 tKIje Jluntlep fnxm^M HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1991 - VOLUME 32, NUMBER 13 USPS 580-360 Hauptman Heads To Little Rock Krista Hauptman of Marengo, formerly of Huntley won the Illinois UCT Junior Golf Tournament and advanced to the National Tournament held in Little Rock, Arkansas, on July 12. Krista placed 11th out of 29 at the National level. Krista Hauptman, 11, formerly of Huntley, will travel to Little Rock, AR, to compete in The Order of United Commercial Travelers (UCT) International Junior Golf Tournament. The tourna¬ ment is to be held Friday July 12 at Rebsamen Golf Course. State Bank Awarded 4 Stars Bauer Financial Reports, Inc., a Coral Gables, Florida research firm, is pleased to announce that the State Bank of Huntley has been awarded its four-star rating. This prestigious award identifies this institution as one of the strongest, creditworthy banks in the United States. The award is based on a zero to five-star rank assigned by Bauer Financial Reports based on its analysis of the December 31, 1990 financial data as filed with federal regulators. A four-star rating indicates that the bank's adjusted tangible capital is between 6% and 9% of tangible assets, that there are no excessive deliquencies or repossessed assets and that the bank is profitable. Paul A. Bauer, President, said, "Our four-star rating is most often awarded to community banks and strong regional banks - well capitalized. Hauptman won the girls' division of UCT's Illinois Junior Golf Tournament Tuesday June 18 in Streator. Her winning score was 101 for 18 holes. The win entitles her to compete in Little Rock against young golfers from across the United States and Canada. Last year, Hauptman competed in four tournaments, and won three of them, according to her father Paul. The wins included first place in the Patrick Lawlor Foundation Junior Golf Tournament. Her talents aren't limited to just golf. She also sings, and plays basketball and soccer. This year she won the "Most Outstanding Musician" award for playing trombone in her school's band. She will enter the seventh grade at Riley Grade School in the fall. She lives with parents Paul and Sandra Hauptman in Marengo, Illinois. federally insured banks that serve their local markets." "Out of 12,342 banks reporting for the period ended December 31, 1990, 6,538 banks, 53%, received our four-star rating," said Mr. Bauer. All the banks that quali¬ fied for a four-star rating received a personalized award certificate in recognition of their achievement to display on their premises. Opie Receives Top Service Award From Chevrolet ^vM^^^Hi^MMB Nick Opie, Service Manager of King Chevrolet, receives "Only The Best" Service Manager Award from Dealership Owner Bob King. By Bob King King Chevrolet Owner Bob King presented the "Only The Best" Service Manager Award to his Service Manager Nick Opie this week. This award is given only to service managers that receive the highest rating of excellence from Chevrolet Motor Division and in addition, receive high marks of customer satisfaction based on surveys conducted by Chevrolet Motor Division of actual dealership customers. Mr. Opie's customer satisfaction rating was 98.6% which is quite high by automotive standards. The Chicagoland average is 84%. We are very proud of the job that Nick and all of our Service Department is doing. It is truly a team effort. .» School Board Candidates Must File In August Huntley School District #158 will be having 3 term vacancies on the School Board this year. Mr. Bauman, Mr. Crabill and Mr. Freeberg's term will be expiring. Individuals planning to run for their local school board at the November 5 election must file nominating papers with the board secretary sometime between August 19 and August 26. With new school buildings anticipated it is very important that qualified candidates get their nominating papers on file. Candidates' names will appear on the election ballot, in the order in which their nominating papers are received in the board secretary's office beginning with the opening of business on Monday, August 19. The filing period closes at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 26. The school board secretary will provide necessary forms for candidate nominations. To be eligible to serve, a school board member must be, on the date of election, a citizen of the United States, at least 18 years old, a resident of the State of Illinois and the school district for at least one year immediately preceding the election, and a register¬ ed voter. Elections are nonpartisan and board candidates are not required to indicate a political party affiliation. Candidates who do business with the school district should be aware of conflict-of-interest limitations set forth in state law. Nominating papers may be filed by the candidate in person, by mail or by an agent. They consist of the following: 1) Nominating petitions signed by at least 50 voters or 10% of the voters residing within the district, which¬ ever is less. Petitions must be securely bound together with pages numbered consecu¬ tively, and each page must carry the notarized signature of the petition circulator. 2) Statement of candidacy, which includes a request that the candidate's name be placed on the official ballot, the address of the candidate, the office sought, and a statement that the candidate is qualified for the office and has filed (or will file before the close of the petition filing period) a statement of economic interests as required by the Illinois Govermental Ethics Act. 3) A receipt from the county clerk showing that the candidate has filed the statement of economic interests as noted above. For more information about the nature and duties of serving on a school board, contact the Illinois Association of School Boards for a free booklet, "Your School Board and You." Write: lASB, 1209 South Fifth St., Springfield, IL 62703.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|