The Huntley Farmside
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'^'^^ HUNTLEY '^<>^^^ VOLUME 19 — NUMBBR M THURSDAY, NOT. 9. tm — PHONE — M9-5621 — K No Ammer 4S9-99M or 45S-14M 12 PAGBS '"^ Un-Officitd Election Returns The ftfJtewaig are unofficial re¬ turns from last 1Vie$<?>3ys eteuHon for Grafun t, Grafton < and Me¬ Hemy Comptr, in that order. R • RepubMoMi D - Democrat S - Socialist - Labor C - (Communist T<rtal Votes Cast 615 306 49,949 Registered Voters 779 363 ? PrtsMent and Vice President of US R - Nbton Agnew 454 235 36,114 D - McGovem Sliriver 142 66 tS0»O S - Fisher Gundersion 0 0 88 C • HaU Tyner 0 0 20 US Senator R - Percy 448 - 215 - 34,936 D - Pudnski 149 78 12,427 S - Gross 0 0 99 C -^Bcechetti 0 1 39- ' deTwrBM Iind Lt. Goeemor R - Orfivit 37|«1«6 29,8T9 D - Walker 21f 114 18,178 S - LaForest 1 « 42 C - Flory 0 0 14 Attorney General R Soott 456 236 37.624 D ¦ Lyons 133 58 9,720 S - Mllonas 0 0 77 C - Appelhans 0 0 45 Secretajty of State R Kucbarski 374 190 29,632 D - Howiett 215 106 17,788 S - Schnor I 0 132 C - Oafaow 0 0 29 PRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 8Lw'yOV ass RlOOlt. TBIeN QO AHEAD' — David Croiekett !• ceata per copj R - lindberg 413 223 33,905 D - Barringer 159 64 12,478 S - Essex 2 0 142 C - Sharpe 0 1 75 TnisiMs of tbe U of I R - Hahn 387 205 31,229 Rader 370 204 29,536 Livingstmi 369 193 29,036 D • Augiwtyn 170 77 14,615 Bc<en 170 71 13,860 Pogue 150 69 12,436 S - Williams 7 4 724 Lyngas 3 0 370 Schilling 5 2 512 C - Khng 5 1 307 Lumpkin 1 1 218 Fugste 1 1 234 Rep. m CoagrsM, 13 Dirt. R - MeOory 330 210 19,270 D - Beettuun 2M 86 9,902 SUte ScMtor, 33 Dist R - Schaffer 414 225 32,152 D - Hecht 160 63 12,218 State Representative, 33 Dist R • Skumer 501.0 270.0 45,408.0 R - Waddell 596.0 335.0 39,668.0 D - Hanahan 425.5 180.5 33,633.6 D - Coleman 226.5 102.5 19,017.5 Clerk of the Clrcidt Court R - O'Nefl 426 214 33,551 D - Perkins 154 75 13,316 Recotder af Deeds R - Russel 400 207 31,874 D - McLennan 168 79 14,461 States Attoraey R - CowKn 368 197 29,567 D - Weisz 214 94 17,125 comity CoroMr R - Ehom 473 253 38,951 County AuAter R - Jourdan 463 246 38,445 Community Health Facilities VtS 228 98 19,113 NO 231 m 19,341 Boosters Notiee There will be a meeting of tha Huntley Boosters on Wednesday. November 15 at 8:00 P.M, at the Legion Home. /C HONOR VALOR DUTY Matrons DQyi972 ¦^ 3 4 ^ W^ More than 28 mllilon m»n and womM hove Mfvitd with HONOR in our Notion's armMhfMces diiriiig th« four wars of th« 20th CMtaicy •• • lltlr VALOR in servica has helped to priitrve Iratdom and individual dignity for monUnd.. • III tfMir performone* of DUTY« Aim^edt vet •rant hove axalied the heritage of Amtricor cHnenthip * • • W« salute the veterans of our ooimwiiiiWy ir grateful appreciation of thw'r saeiiflce omI eon tinued service. Huntley Defeats Hiawatiia 14-6 The scene was a r^riny diilly night in Huntley, where the field wes wet from all the rain that fell that day and was stiH flallkig at a reg¬ ular pace throughout the game. A fine crowd for a rainy ni^t showed ui>. Huntley's Redskins won the toss and eleoted tio receive the balL The Hiawatha "Hawks" kicked off to Humley with an on-skte kick. The Reitlskins didn't got started very fast and were forced to punt. HQa- watha had tiie same kind of prob¬ lems on their tint possession of the ^me and pwatad to Huntley setting up Huntley'* tint scoring drive of the night. Dcve Hoppman several plays after the punt took the ball to the 15 yard Hne of Hiawatha on a quarter back run. Bryan Mullen made it first and geal to go at the five ya^dline and took it over for a UHMhdown a few plays laiter. iMrty Delaney kicked the extm CoBbnoed on Back Page FOOTBALL HERE by the OWL This week 1 want to say thank you to the businessmen and resi¬ dents of Huntley for the interest and support they have given to the Hi^ Schood and to the F.F.A. in particular. Watching the tx>ys work together to jiut a homecom¬ ing float in the homecoming pa¬ rade is an interesting, almost mys¬ tical ©xpencnce. They start with just an ordinary hayrack and end up with some pretty amazing, im- a^naftftve ideas <m wiieiels. Th^ magic conies about one day befc«e the panarie. Even though tiie high schocrfers had worked all week on tiie hayrack, it stm looks Mke a hayrack unifll Fidday when sud¬ denly it is trtensformed into a lo¬ comotive, a voting booith, a cook's oaldTon, a RaJd oan, or even a danoe hall. Somiewhere in all this magic the local businessmen and residents have a hand. They do nit actually stuff tissues into ohdcken wire, bat the chicken wire, two i>y fours, hammers, nails, staples, sod, oandy, and what have you appear fixim £)oinewtiere. It feels good to be a part of a homecoming wiien ycu know the entire community is be¬ hind it. The F. F. A. Slave Sale has to be mentioned in the same vien. This was my first slave saie and I was really impressed alt the conrniunity support that was given. Anytime a high school event is backed the way this slave sale was, you know yoi. have a spirited community siy- porting its local educationM incAi- tutkin. That was greet The reel payc^ came when cx)nsideriiig how little I actually did compared to bow much the boys themselves actually did. They were altiiost completeiy responsibe for puliUcity, orpuiiaa- tion of the sale, ttHMk you'a, maA most ot all, working as slaves. Hunt¬ ley is one community that can be proud of its young people. I am. Your Ag Ooeupations In^tiuctor Ron Heisneii Huntley Residents Support the Redskins During November the Huntley Shce Bjp will donate a dollar for I. ery pair of s^mes that is purchas* (d f (m their store retailing for $8 95 or more. The owners of the sto- e stcted that all customers who ¦•chare a pair of shoes will have ;n cppcr 'tun'ty to register for a free par ef shoes retailing for less then 3;?aoa A drawing wUl be hekl Dec- cmN»; 1 to determine the winners rf the shce^ Remaining slips wiH bo ccur.ted and a check made out to the bocTters club for a dollar r~r sirs. Tlie names cf the donors v'll be printed in the December 7 cr" ticn cf tho Huntley Farmside. Regular Meeting Of ^illtagaBoOrd Heid^ % 'v Thel^arV.*itfe'ctd^U)#»/ yillkge Beard wa|'hHd: JT Nov^'3 to ihe heard room with*all mom- bcrs present. The minutes real ¦¦ follows: All trustees wene present. Minutes approved, treasurer's re¬ port and motion made by Mr. Zim¬ merman and seconded by Mr. Cole. BHbi motion was made by Mr. .Vkman, setibnded by Mr. O'Coooon Motion made by Mr. Olhaber seconded by Mr. O'Connor to gi«nt Gas Co. permistdse. Mctfcn by Mr. O'Connnr, second¬ ed by Mr. Ackman to accept streets and Bakley's 5th Adddtion. Pres. Enstrom appcinted planning commispioner Rev. Bob FratA, (liairman. Duke Manning, Ed Hayes. H.'irold Hanson, Wilmer Rxdihig. Charles Lamb, Gene Lindsay. Mo¬ tion made by Zimmerman and sec¬ onded by Ackman ti make appoint- menls. Mcticn by Mr. Zimmerman and stconded by Mr. Olbaber to allow taverns to stay cpen on election cay. As there was no further buskiess the meeting was adjcumed. School Calendar Nov. 10 — Genoa - Home - Foot- bail. Nov. 10 — Report Cards. Nov. 14 — a. Laurence - Bas¬ ketball, Away, 6:30 P.M. Nov. 16 — Trip to Art Institute (3 Art Classes) Nov. 17 — Freshman Play night Nov. 20 — St. Pats - Home - Basketball, 7 PM. Nov. 21 — Marengo - BasketbaU - Home, 6:30 P.M. Nov. 22 — Inaervice Day - Half I>ay - Dismissal 12 noon. Nov. 22 — St. Thomas - Basicet- ball - (S^ Ed gym) 7 P.M. Nov. 23-24 — Thanksgiving Day vacation. Nov. 28 -— St Marys - Basketball - Home, 6:30 P.M. Board of Education To Meet Nov. 13 The November Board of Eduoa¬ tion meeting will be Monday, Nov. 13 at 7:46 P.M. Huntley participation in girb sports in the Little Ei^ League, a proposal by the Park Diatrict and the election of a delegate to tlie annual meeting for the Illiaois Sdiool Board Asaodation will be acted upon at that meeting. The minutes of the ket meeting will be approved Oommittee re¬ ports will be heard and MHs wfll be paid.
|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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