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gic QlmsUk VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 49 THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 — fHONX — M9-5(X1 • V Na Aaswsr 4S9-MM FPA'.'K PARISEK PO 192 !!ir;rL£Y. ill 8 PAGES IS sun you abb mtasn. n^ co abba»^ -. vmu cwOim 6 Keesling Honored by Jndson CoUege School Board Minutes Gary Keesling, fonner resideot of Huntley, IU., is a starting for¬ ward on the Judson College Eagles basketball squad. Judsnn Is cur reatly 12-11 overall and la sacond place, a half game behind leader ooncordla C<rflege, In the Northern minis Interoollegiate Conference C(mference with a 6-3 record. Keesling, a 6 foot-1, 24 year old senior, is currently the Gsfcles sec¬ ond leading scorer. Grary is aver¬ aging 16.5 pts. on the season and is S(»ring at a 19-1 clip in confer¬ ence. Keesling 'is the Eagles most ac«urate Shooter as he is currently hitting 52.3% fixim the field and 83.2 <}f, foom tfie freethrow line. Gary has to-date accumulated 527 points in his two ycirs at Judson. That total leaves him one point shy of becoming one of the top ten (;areer soorers at Judson. Recently, in a NIIC contest against George Willl-ams College, Kcealing poured in 42 points which is only one point behind the sdhool Goehl Honored At Northem Jerry Ippoliti, head football coach for Northern lUinois University will be the featured ^leaker at tfie Ltons Annual Athletic dinner, ApqH II. at 7:00 P-M. Steve Goehl, who played for Coach IppoUti will b? a guesit of honor. Mr. Goehl's outstamfing per¬ formance as a member of the N.I.U. team resulted in reoognition by sev¬ eral area papers. The Hunitley ath¬ lete was featured in spott stories in the papens. ITie lions Club sponsors the an¬ nual dinner to strnw appreciation to the Huntley students, who have participated in athletics and cheer- leading. Students from the grade scfaool and high sdiool are recog¬ nized that evening. Tickets can be purchased at the High School office betvyeen 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. School Board Notice The April regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held on April 17, 1972 kistead of AprU 10, 1972. Emest Stading, Jr. Secretary record of 43 heM by teammate Corum Turner. Keesling is, "the finest shooter from the comers I have ever coached," states Eagle Oooch Steve Kimmsiy. Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Keesling of Sylvia, Kansas. Keesling attended Sylvia Higli School and lettered in Basketball and f(X)tball. Upon griduating from Sylvia H. S. in 1965. Keesling at¬ tended Sterling Oollege for two years, after that Keeslk^ served in the Navy before comii^ to Jud¬ son where he has lettered in base¬ ball (2 yr.) and basketball. Gary, a human relation^ major at Jud*n, hopes to teach after graduation. Keesltng is married lo tho fonner Judie Harm of Huntley and they have one child, Troy, Fredrtc. The Keesling are now serv¬ ing at the Trinity Luthenan Ohurch in Huntley In a custodial oapacity. Mrs. Keesling's father serves as minister there. Rev. Fredric Harm, Th-D. School Calendar March 29 — Men's Recreational Class - Lasit one. March 31 r- No Schooi - Good Friday April 3-7 — Spring Vacation April 11 — AUiletic Banquet April 13 — Grade School Con¬ cert - 8 p.m. April 15 — Band & Chorus Con¬ test April 18 — Baseball - Hebron - Away April 18 — Testing of Preschool childien at Cong. Chun^ April 19 — P.T.A. April 20 — Blackhawk Concert 10:20 a.m. April 20 — Baseball - Genoe- Kangstoo - Away April 21 — Oareer Day - 10th and llth Grades, Marengo April 21 — E.C.C. Seniors, 9 a.m. April 22 — Baseball, Central, Home April 24 — Sr. Aanouncements - Sophomones Ring^ April 25 — Baseball - Hinwtttba, Away April 26 — VICA Banquet April 28 — Failure natioes to parents April 29 — BasebaH, Rachmoitd, Home The regular meethig o* the Board of Education of Distriot 158 wns held in the High School BuikKng, cn Match 13, 1972 at 7:45 P.M. Upon roll call tbe following an¬ swered present: Mr. Jhik, Mr. Adams, Mr. Michdsen and Mr. Stading. Miss Mackaben, Mr. Bein and Mr. Brandwein absent. A motion made by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mr. Michelsen to ap¬ prove of the minutes as read. Mo¬ tion camied - 4 yeas and 0 nays. At this stage of tfae niee<ii^ Mr. Bein made hds appearance. A moticm made By Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mr. Bein to approve of the payment erf the following regular iwiilHy bills. Motion car¬ ried - 5 yeas and 0 nays. At this stage of the meeting Mr. Brandwein arrived on hds snow-mo¬ bile. A mation made by Mr. Brand¬ wein and 2nd by Mo. Stading to transfer $521.00 from the Educa¬ tional fund to the Revolving fund. Motion carried - 6 yeas euid 0 nays. A niotion made by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mr. Michelsen to ap¬ prove of the resignations of Her- shel McPheron, Marion Conl^, Blanche Stumpf, Marjorie Eggers and Diane Wells, effective as of the end of ifae school year. Motion aai>- ried -B ySB «B ¦maays. A moUon made by Mr. Bein and 2ind by Mr. Brandwein to apprwve of the Hpplicaticn of Jo Anne Lamz to attend a Jr. Q)Heg«> under the Jr. College Aot. Motion carried - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Bein and 2nd by Mr. S<ta(Sng to approve of the purchase of a (hnnking fountain for a sum of $217.00. Motioo car¬ ried - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A mntnon made by Mr. Stading and 2nd by Mr. Brandwein to ap¬ prove of the foSowlTig transfers, $9,380.93 from the Bulldii« fund to the Ed. fund, $803.13 from the transportaiti(m fund to the Ed. fund, $3,249.58 fro mthe Illinois Munici¬ pel Retirement fund to the Bd. fund, and $4,099.50 from the Edu¬ cational fund to the transportatloa fund. Motion canned - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Jirik and 2nd by Mr. Brandwein to acc^ the Auditors report as submitted for the school year of 1970 and 71. Motion carried - 6 yeas and 0 mys. A motion nwde by Mr. Michel¬ sen and 2nd by Mr. Befai tlo ap¬ prove of an Anticipation Warrant for the sum of $200,000.00, from the State Bank of Hundey. Motion cairied - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Brand¬ wein and 2nd by Michelsen to ap¬ prove ot the Title 1 appUoatioD for the year of 1973. Mottun carried - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mr. Stading to aj^irove of the Vocational plan for the year (rf 1973, Motion oarried - 6 yeas and 0 lu^ys. A motioa made by Mn Michel¬ sen and 2iid by Mr. Bein to ap¬ prove of April 17, 1972 as the next regular sdiiDol boani meeting. Mo¬ tion canied - 6 yeas and 0 nays. A inoti(m-made by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mr. Brandwein to ap¬ prove af the giaduaiion requliv- nients es submftted bjr Mr. MaedDB. Motion canied - € yam aad 0 nays. A motion made to adjooro by Mr. Adams ml 2«l by Mr. Michel¬ sen. Meeting stood adjownel doctor To Sitart PracHce I A Hantley Medical Center The Board of Directors of the Huntley Medical Building are pleas¬ ed to annoawe that Jose "Joe" R. Guevara, medical doohir. has agreed to come to HimUey nnd sat up a genera] medical pnaotice starting April 17, 1972. Doctor Guevara waa bona In Cabit City. PhiHppiaes, and is 36 y«Mm old The Unlvetsily of San Okioa is where he received his pre-medi- -aal -edacalien: -Ha g—n"-" inn-. Soulh Western Unlvcraily, IChbd City, Philippines, hi 1961 upon com¬ pletion of hk medical eduoatton. Doctor Guevara had fuTUier tmln- ing in the United States in iifc in¬ ternship at St. Annes Hospital in Chicago. His general praoMce resi¬ dency was completed «it West Su¬ burban Hoairital, Oak Paric, lUools. He has a stendard certificate is¬ sued by the Edudatloaal Counsel for Foreign Medical Gmduaites: sirf, of course, liceose to pmctloe medi¬ cine and surgery In the filnte of Il¬ linois. His wife, Eriinda Legaapi Otte- vara, is a licensed, registered aave in UUnois. Ihey bave fonr chil¬ dren: Joyce, 6 years, Laorie, 4 years. Jay '.'Jose Jr." 2% yew* aod JuUe Ann, 7 nMnOis. The doctor States that he hopes to find some time to puiit some of his hobbies, v4ilch are: howting, photography and pan fishing. His plamied office hours will be from 10:00 a.m to 12:00 ooon Mkm- day and Wednesday, 2:00 p.m to 5:00 pjn. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday, Tbcadagr, Wednesday and Fiiday and houn on Satwday will be from 9:00 a-ai. to U^tO noQa. Ifae offieewttl elqae ooTtaaeB- day, Sunday and hoMdays. The ofHce pl^ne, after ApiiU 10th, wiU be: 669-5S21. The Medical Center db«ctors have planned an open house ftw the general pubUe for Snnday, April 23rd. Spring Vacation Dates Set Spring vacation dates for Oom¬ munity Consolidated tMstriot No. 168 will be April 3 - 7. The Board of Eduoation approved using three emergetRy days to ex¬ tend the Spi^ vacatkm. Tfae days are April 5, 6, and 7. Previowly April 3 and 4 had been scheduled. Sdwol wfll be dUnisBed st tfae regular time Thai«d«r, ICanli 30. The next day. Good Friday, is * legal boUday. Schdol win starti araln Apry 10 at the twgniar tbne. Un-Official Election Returns The following are the unofficial returm for last Tuesday Primary Election in Huntley and McHemy County. The fint i«bum listed is Grafton 1, Ifae seoood, Grafton 4 and the last McHeiry County. Total Registered Voters 675 318 57,123 Taul BaitoU Cast Iti 90 18,203 Baliots Cast - Dsmtunit 8S 37 7,129 Ballots Cast - RepubUoaa 99 58 11,074 REPUBUCAN United States Senator Perty 83 46 8,927 GwM'nui^ Qgitvie 74 34 8,022 Mathis 17 13 1,774 lieatenaBt Ooveraor NowUn 84 40 8,796 Attorney Geaeral Soott 90 43 9,749 Secretaiy ef Slate Kucfaanid 83 »9 9,112 Cootroller LiadbetB 87 42 9.320 Rep. In Coi«Fas6 13 Dist McCtorie 93 48 6,628 Del. To Nat. Convention - 13 Dist Ladd (Nixoo) 39 12 3,713 Wtt (Nixon) 14 • 13*1 CouImo (Nixon) 39 9 1,52* Halt (Nixon) 17 21 2.aCB RuHusun fNlxun) t9 - M 1,K# RentscUer (Nixoa) 45 90 3,<»9 Alternate Del. 13 Coi«. Dist Rausohenbe«g (Nbton) 73 31 5,116 Amenoff (Nixon) 44 24 2,229 Mailait (Nixon) 49 24 3,261 State Senator Shaffer 79 41 8,066 Kirane 10 6 1,279 Rep. In the Gen. Assy WaddeU 96.0 42.0 7,442.0 Cutmin^iam 7a5 27.0 6,036.0 Meyers 31.5 22.5 3,624.6 OGrady 18.0 15.0 2,81 J J Skinner, Jr. 60.0 43.5 10^336^ ELECTION CoatlBaed oa Page Two Afenu of the Week Monday — Hot dogs on bun or plain bot doga^ mushird-catsup-plck- le relisfa, wfxde kernel com, potato chips, applesauce «ahe, mUk. Tuesday — Meat loaf laad gravy, mashed potatoes, butteied qnnaeh, red jeHo and Riches whip, butteied bread, milk. Wednesday — Itattan meat aauce and spaghetti, lettuce salad with Kalian dreasmk; battered farend, frait, mUk. Thwaday — Hamlauaefs cn boo (or paaa* laMtor ani jelly sand¬ widies, lalnup naisi<iili Ut i. po¬ tato chips, rhxulrti. podding or fruit, mHk. viiday -~ Good Friday^Banted vacatton. Retum on.Aprfl lOtti. PTA Meeting AprU 19th The Huntiey P.T.A. has made arreogements for a most interest¬ ing guest speaker to appear on April 19, 1972. Father Becker, Futor of St Mary's ChureK Elgin DUaols, who ia a handwriliDg analycis expert has agreed to bifoc his excitiog pri>- gram to our cMnmudlty. All residents are enooiracad to make plans to attenii $o they mcqr beiu- this genHeman, who bas oo oocaaioo been oalied in as an ad¬ visor on P.B.I. cases. Pleaae remember to dnele the 19lfa on your ngjendar right awajr ao you'll save the date!
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
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|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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