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^^ HUNTLEY '^'^^' V0L.1;M£ 3 — NUMBER 2 THtTRSD-AY APRIL 12, 19«2 PHONE: S12-M9-6621 (any ttane) (If no anwser) 81&459-0W8 HONTLEY HfQH SCHOOL HONTLEY. ILL 6 PAGES BIAILX3) AND DISTRIBUHQD WEEKLY fie Pw Unofficial ¦ Electio Returnes ( Editors Note: The reporting of a political election is one of the most time consuming tasks of the newspaper profession. The larger the election, the longer it takes to get the results. Many newspapers will print partial returns to maka their deadlines. Being a weekly newspaper, wo felt that it would be better to come out a day late and get as many accurate returns as possible. Even so there were some returnes which wc could not get. The unoffical returnes which we do havc at this time are listed below. ) Ht'XTIvEY Tot«l 220 65 Dem 155Rep 1 SpoUed KEPUBUCIX S9NATOR Jones 20, Di.rkesnl33. TREASUREHl • Colburn 38, Reur 28, Scott 76 SVP. OF PUB. INSTRUCTION Page 105, Bottino 32. CLERK OF SUPREME COURT Searcy 134. CLERK OF APPELLATE COURT Wunder 131. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONG. McClory 56, Coulson 6, Carroll 51, Lambros 23. Wetzel 2,Wildman 12 Haskins 0, Francis i^ ST. CENT. OOMl^Bk'EEMAN Gorter 122 STATE REPRESENTATIVE McConnell 238^, Cunningham 55'2, Jones 22Vj, Reiman 25Vi Herendeen 78. REP. COMMITTEEMAN , Green 129. COUNTY JUDGE Cooney 139. COUNTY CLERK Kiays 138 TREASURER Walgenbach 92, Peteit 36, Pribla 21. COUNTY SHERIFF Dowd 71. Brewer 63, Adams 3, Persson 10. COUNTY SUPERTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Tazewell 108, O'Hara 44. PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN Persey Swanson IM Democratic U.S. SENATOR Yates 57, Daly 8. STATE TREASURER Lorenz 59. SLT-ERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Wilkins 57 CLERK OF SUPREME COURT Slingsby 44. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Kimbell 26, Coleman 33. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE- MAX Pierce 108, Pearson 75, Nink 0. REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTl EEMAN Henry Marlowe Honored Introducing The Candidates Etten lO.Hanahan 15, Knox 17, McCormick 19. COUNTY JUDGE (Wright In) Kelley 1, Smith 1. COUNTY CLERK Bassett 57. COUNTY TREASURER Weeks 55. COUNTY SHARIFF Jacobsen 45, Ristig 10. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (Wright in) Tazewell 1. PRICINCT COMMITTEEMAN Carroll 61. McHENRY COIIXTY TOTAL ... 75 Precincts Republican U.S. SENATOR Jones 1689 - Dirksen 11502. STATE TREASURER Colburn 2454 - Reum - 2534 - Scott 6846. SUPERTENDENT QF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Page 7625 - Bottino 4040 CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. Searcy 10891 CLERK OF THE APPELLATE COURT Wunder 10797 REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS McClory 5010 - Coulson 312 - Carroll 4581 - Lambros 1103 - Wetzel 1062 - Wildman 1715 - Haskins 193 - Francis 171 STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE¬ MAN Gorier 10065 STATE REPRESENTATIVE McConnell 18386 - Cunningham 4307 - Jones 2568 - Reiman 2857 - Herendeen 12628 COXTIXUED OX PAGE SIX Mr Henry Marlowe of Marlowe, Feed and Hatchery has been ap¬ pointed to the President's Advisory Council of Honeggers' and Co.. Inc. of Fairbury. Illinois a nation¬ al manufacturer of formula feeds for livestock ^^ poultry. The Honegger comp^j' operates feed mills in Illinois. Iowa. Nebraska, and Ki?ntucky. Prefabricated farm buildings plans are operated in Illl- ncis and Iowa. The council is made up of thirty-five key dealers select¬ ed from the more than 500 com¬ pany dealers s^^ered throughout the seventeen ^Bs in which the company does bKiness. The pur¬ pose of the Council is to help the company develop policies and prac¬ tices which will improve the com¬ pany's products and services and help the dealers render better serv¬ ice to farmers. Mr Marlowe was awared a spec¬ ial plaque in recognition of his service to the company by Mr E F Dickey, president of the firm at a recent meeting of the Council in Fairbury, Illinois. NOTICE The annual P.T.A. Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, April 14, 1962 from 12 noon until 4:30 p.m. at Heinemann's Hardward ERNEST STADING. JR. was born in Huntley, the son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Stading, Sr. In 1947 Mr Stading ran first for the school board to fill the vacancy when his Dad retired after 9 yrs. of service. Mr Stading was on the Board through out the building program and strove to keep the ex¬ penses of the new school to a min¬ imum. For the past 14 of his 15 years, on the Board as Secretary and clerk he feels he has done his job well. Mr stading has worked hard these past years to promote the best interests of education for the youth of Huntloy. His only goal is to promote a further ad¬ vance in education through his efforts on the Huntley School Board. AUDREY KORWIX Why am I running for Ih? .school board? 1.) I care about children yours and mine. On the right education hinges their future and the future of our great country. 2.) I care about the town in which I reside. When I say that I live in Huntley I want to be able to brag; we have the nicest peo¬ ple best schools etc. I don't want to ever have to apologize or make excuses. 3.) I care about my pocketbook. Taxes are essential but I have enough Dutch thrift in me to want quality and quantity for the money I expend. 4.) I believe firmly in "Put up or shut up." If I reserve and ob¬ serve my right to criticize I also must be willing to spend some of my time in positive action. If I am elected I will do my best. Win or lose I have been reward¬ ed daily during this campaign by numerous expressons of frendship appreciation confidence and sup¬ port. Many came from completely unexpected sources. I treasure all of them and thank you all. NOTICE NOTICE: Anyone who can donate blood and wishes to do so please contact Harold Moltzen or Fred- rich Diedrich as soon as possible Fredrich Diedrich Phone 669-3223 ROBERT GRUNER has been a resident of Huntley for the past five years. He has four children all attending the Huntley School system. Mr Gruner feels that we have a good school system. He wishes to have it continue to be this type f system. Mr Gruner feels that the Huntley School ciriculum should be expanded to better suit the needs of the community. He be¬ lieves in conservative expenditures of the schoo! funds, as has been done by previous Iwards. MARCEL B. WEBER born and raised in Lincolnwood, Illinois, graduated from rural grade school in Skokie, Illinois from Lake View High School, Chicago and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University Evanston Illinois. He is a Veteran of World War II. He has lived in the Huntley School District for the past 7Vj years and has served on the School Board for the last 6 years. He has been ac¬ tive in local civic affairs is a mem¬ ber of Huntley American Legion Huntley Lions Club and is a Trus¬ tee for the Hentley Medical Build¬ ing Inc. He is employed by the Etean Milk Company in the Farm Relations Department. MRS. ADELINE KLT«IDE Why be a school Board Memeber We need a School Board that; Will select a secretary that will fjerform all his or her duties ac¬ cording to parliamentary proce¬ dure. Will be representing both the coun¬ ty and town ideas. Will stand behind our teachers and school administrators. Discipline needs a helping hand especially in the grade ^hool as nr childrens character aHHersonality are mol¬ ded during these Years. Will not be too close. Each one as an individual with his own deas yet open to all suggestions. BER^RD SHOTT Attended HH^V o n College Fort Wayne Bib^^chool and Mission House Seminary at Plymouth Wis. Served in the Europ>ean theatre with the Air Force in World War II. I sincerely believe in a strong Basic Education backed by a li¬ brary large enough to meet the needs of each student yet small enough to be useful to the students in general. The strong primary education is the foundation on which our children must build their lives. The better this foun¬ dation is the more chance our children havc of a better future. The strength of a man, a village or a nation depends on knowledge and fhe ability to use this knowl¬ edge. The building strength begins in the kindergardcn not in the ivy halls of a college. I feel the Huntley School District has the material to build good citizeng and every tax dollar should be used to greatest advan¬ tage to reach the goal of strong, well educated future citizens for every walk of life. Huntley Students Win at County Science Fair - State Next ? Three Huntloy High School stu¬ dents were avv-arded first place awards at the Northern Illinois District Science Fair held at Nor¬ thern Illinois University, DeKalb, on Saturday April 7, 1962. They are Emma Susong and Dianna Borchart sophomores, who enter¬ ed a project involving the effect of caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol on the learning ability of white rats, and David Hemmer freshman whose projected tested the effects of acids alkalies and fertilizers on the germination of seeds. These students will compete in the Illinois State Science Fair t obe held at the University of Illinois May 11 and 12. Winners of secorrd place awards included Edward Ketchmark Pat Hemmer Marlene Manke Barbara Brtton Edwin Jaster and David Reeves. A third place award went to Terry Henning. Over 500 projects from the Nor¬ thern District of Illinois were en¬ tered in the District Fair.
|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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