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^eHUNTLEY ^««'rfe VOLUME 5 — NUMBER 2 THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1964 J^CnnOL FILE iiUNTLEY UiQu SCHOOL "UNTLEY. ILL PHONK: S12-669-68Z1 (any time) (If no answer) 816-459-0W8 2 SECTIONS — 18 PAOES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7o PER COPT Friends Clean Up Baumgartner^s Approximately IB^Hbbers «Qil friends of the TrhU^ LuthOBtt Chun^ gatboed wttb. OmlSi amea, rakes and other eqafpmentf at the Mrs. Louis Baum^rtner resi¬ dence last Saturday^B^moon for a tree removal wor^^oject, cut¬ ting down and removing dead trees and debris for the Baum¬ gartner family. Participating with this work were: George Borhart, Louis Borhart, Harold Borhart, Delwin Borhart, August Heine, Ralph Schiesher, Paul Ziller, Art Art Kahl, Herman Albrecht, Al¬ fred Jordi, Jr., James Jones, Wil¬ pault Brill, Louis Behrens, Ver¬ non Manke, Robert Menke. School Board Election Results The balloting in the recent elec¬ tion for members of the Board of Education for Hurttley Con¬ solidated schools, held on Satur¬ day, April 11, tesillted in the elec¬ tion of the following to serve a ter mof three years: George F. Adams, Robert Schultz and Rob¬ ert C. Gruner. Ernest Stading, Jr., was elected to, serve for one year. The total vote was as follows: Adams, 201; Schultz, 215; ^ott, 32; Gruner, 182; Korwin, 157; Piske, 14; Stading, 145 and Piske, 111. Write-in candidates were R. R. Keeley, 1; G. Cole Jr.,, 1; and H. Wells, 1. Edward Piskie wjis a write-in candidate for the 1-year term. A total of 285 voters were cast . El^nentntry ^ School To Give Musicale Grades four, five and six, the A and B sections, will present their Annual Spring Musicale this coming Friday evening, April 17, 1964, at 8:15 p.m. at the Huntley Consolidated school's gy. Grade 4A and 4B have been preparing three selections on their pre-band instruments. They .will play Oh Susanna, Barcarolle, and Caisson Song. After a brief intermission, the grades 5A and 5B will present a thirty minute adaptation of the Pirates of Pensance by Gilb«i and Sullivan. The entire class will present the songs, acting, and story to thei audience preseait. TTie final portion of the pro¬ gram for the evening wiU feature 6A and 6B in the thirty minute rendition of the Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan. The story takes place in a Japanese setting con- .Conttnned on page 2 Cotning Events The Annual Spring Rummage Sale, sponsored by the Celas of the United Church of Christ Con- gregational,_will begin at noon on Wednesday, April 22, and continue during the forenoon of the 23rd. The Senior Choir of the Con¬ gregation Church will hold a bar¬ beque supper on Wednesday, April 22, starting at 5 pjn. and serving until 8 p.m. Carryout sup¬ pers will also be available. The public is invited. Scouts To Participate Troop Noo. 167, Boy Scouts of America, sponsored by the United Church of Christ, Congregational, Huntley, 111., announced today that they will participate in a nation-wide Strengthen America's Heritage program through June and July. "Hje purpose of the pro¬ gram is to make boys in Scouting and people of Huntley more a- ware of their American heritage. The program is being co-spon¬ sored by the Boy Scouts of Amer¬ ica and FYeedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. Over 136,000 Cub Scout, Boy Scout and E^xplorer units will participate. The pro¬ gram will culminate on July 18 at the Sixth National Boys Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge, Penn¬ sylvania where over 50,000 Scouts will celebrate American Heritage Day with special patriotic camp- fire meeings. Scwts not attend¬ ing the jamboree will condoot their own "heritage" canqjflres in their respective camps and CONTINUBD ON PAOE FIVE ft'. Unoffical Election Results . The FoHowing Is an unoffical report of the MrHenry County and Huntley Election Returns. The first figur Is for the Count and the second is for Huntley Huntley Total Vote 209 R 109 D County R 74 Preclnsts 67 D Pre- cints For President of The U. S. [Vote for one] Goldwater — R 7468 — 133 Smith — B 3594 — 55 Lodge — R 10 Johnson — D 914 — 2ft R. Kennedy — D 2 For Governor [Vote for one] Xeldle — R 65—1 Percy — R 7910 — 136 Scott — R 6490 — 64 SkalUsh — R 21—0 Dally — R 77—1 Kerner — D 3990 — 100 For Lieutenant Governor [Vote for one! Doyle R 2066 — 37 Graham — R ^^ 2921 — 36 Free — R ^F 1371 — 8 Walten — R 560—7 w«e<i-~>^-»-^ . •. eatf^^- «•'' Altorfer — R »1«9 — 56 Dee — K ^^ 600 — 4 Shapiro — D Iw 3^88 — 92 For Secretary of ^ate [Vote for one] Jones — R 1260 — 23 Meyer — R 2706 — 42 PacanowskI — R 565 — 3 Clarke — R 1202 — 12 Haas — R 877 — 11 Hoffman — R 6065 — 100 PmvwU — D 3646 — 93 For Auditor of Public Accounts [Vote for one] Hennessy — B 1633 — 29 Kerr — K 1907 — 24 Kirby — R 3351 — 48 McCarron — R 1759 — 29 WiUens — R 522—6 Chapman — R 1978 — 28 Cobum — R 938 — 10 Haenle — R 236—4 Howlett — D 3616 — 93 For Attorney General [Vote for one] LeveUe — R 1208 — 21 Sandquist — R . 3491 — 30 Sperling — R 3779 — 61 Stiehl — R 794—17 Canfield — R 3195 — 40 Clark — D 3538 — 94 For Clerk of the Appellate Court Second Judicial Dirtrict [Vote for one] KeUett — R 8861 — 188 Kolwitz — R 2S18 — 26 For Representative in Congress 12 Congressional District [Vote for one] McClory — R 12876 — 186 Kimball — D 8461 — 85 For Dogate to the Natl<HUtl Nominating Convention 12 Congressional District [Vote for Two] Rentschler — R 10017 — 148 WUdman — R 10192 — 186 Bolger — D 3108 — 62 Gearty — D 978 — 81 Oreen — D 1214 — tS Tomer — D 480 — 19 Daniels — D 498—7 SUter — D 864—19 Fer Alternate Delegate to the National Nominating CoavMitlon 12 Coacressional District [Vote for IVo] Wiekman — R 1M70 — 188 Oreen — R 9781 — 48 Pierce — D 2676 — 62 Rogers —D 2X99- 48 SuOiVMi — D 1887 — 52 FONTINUEU ON PAOE FIVE No T^vp. Funds Available for Roads HUNTLEY RESIDENTS OUTNUMBER CRYSTAL LAKE AT GRAFTON MEETING The annual meeting of the Grafton Township was held on Tuesday, April 7, at the Grafton Township Garage. ' All auditors were present. Over 120 spectators, most of them from Grafton Town¬ ship were in attendance. The Crystal Lake residents arrived first and eagerly sat waiting. Then the Huntley residents began to arrive. Supervisor Harley Mackeben called for nominationlL from the floor to elect a Modera^r for the meeting. Two names were pre¬ sented. Mr. Howard Ruth of Huhtley and Mrs. Fleshower from Crystal Lake area. Three mem¬ bers of the audience were selected to count votes. They were Walter Weltzien, Hal Dahl, Jr., and John Oliver. The vote from the town¬ ship voters having been counted twice, was 74 to 46 in favor of Mr. Ruth. Mr. Ruth took over the meeting and had the Clerk, Richard En¬ strom read the minutes of the previous meeting, followed by the township budget report. After the reading of the report Supervisor Mackeben made some comments. CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR MEETINO . . . Pro. Wrestling At High School ';^mm The Huntley American Legion held their first professional wrestling match at the Huntley High School gymnasium last Sat¬ urday night. The first mach of the evening was between Bob Lon¬ go and Gypsy Joe. The bout last¬ ed 21 minutes, at which time Gyp¬ sy Joe was disqualified for hit¬ ting the referee. The second bout of the eve¬ ing was a midwest tagging team match between the teams of Johnnie Gilberts and Billy Goelz versus Bad Boy Joe and Nicoli Volkoff. This match was a three- fall 60 minute time limit. The first of the falls was won by the team of Bad Boy Joe and Nicoli Volkoff with a Russian back drop in 23 minutes. The second fall went to Goelz and Gilberts. The time was 7 minutes, with a fly body press. "Die third fall took only tee minutes and was \mn by Gilb^te and Goelz, giving the match to them. The fall was taken by a cobra hold. The last bout of the evening was a best two out of ¦ three-fall 60 minute time limit between Carl Engstrom versus the MongaL The first fall was won by Engstrom in 20 minutes. When asked what hold used he stated "Science and Skill." ITie referee, Pat Murphy, from Millbum, 111., stated that Engstrom used an Irish whip with a body press. The second fall was won in 2 ndnutes by the Mongal with a bear hug. The third fall took four minutes, and wm won by Eng- strtnn when the Mmigol was dis¬ qualified for not breaking a hold when the referee informed him to to do. Engstr(Hn had already con¬ ceded the match before tiie dis¬ qualification bu the M(»igel would not break tha bdd.
|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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