The Huntley Farmside
|Previous||1 of 16||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Clje Jluntlcp jFarms^ibe USPS 580-360 THURSDAY November?, 1996 - VOLUME 36, NUMBER 31 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Huntley Election Results Overall winner shown in bold (if known) 1 Grafton 1 United States President Dole Clinton Browne Perot Hagelin Phillips United States Senator Salvi Durbin Miller Perry Davis Koppie 294 195 1 83 0 2 323 195 9 17 0 15 16th Congessionai District ManzuUo Lee 336 215 64th Representative District Skinner Powalowski County Board District 6 Larson Schuster Ayers Circuit Court Schermerhom Jackson 374 171 352 304 257 342 180 Grafton 4 222 153 3 70 1 0 251 158 7 13 1 17 • 272 163 290 133 271 248 198 272 138 Grafton 9 149 151 0 59 0 1 188 134 5 9 0 8 203 137 211 110 191 167 164 196 111 McHenry Co 1 41,136 31,240 476 10,082 80 211 45,847 31,436 1,079 2,085 194 705 48,366 31,908 26,849 13,509 9,116 7,870 5,724 48,965 25,341 Proposition Regarding Forming Board of Fire and Police Commissioners Yes No 355 169 114 67 218 94 687 330 Huntley Students Learn Fire Safety School to Host Holiday Book Fair / i Nov 12, noon-9pm Nov 13&14, 7am-9pm tJov 15, 7am-4pm Storyteller Night Nov 14, 7:30-8:15 Storyteller Marie Ringenberg will present stories, folk or fairy tales, on November 14 at 7:30 pm in the Grade School Cafeteria. Marie tells stories for all ages and mixes storytelling with song. Marie presents other themes such as: "Animal Antics", "Food Glorious Food", "Secrets - Can You Keep One?", "King Stork", and "Tales of Wonder". Bring your son, daughter, teen, mom, dad, grandma or grandpa, for a different type of evening's entertainment The Media Center, located in the Grade School, will be having a Holiday Book Fair, from November 12-15. This is the perfect time to shop for holiday presents, birthdays, etc. A lxx)k is a perfect gift for any child or adulL Our fair will feature gift books and other gift items, for all ages from preschool through adult. Anderson Book Company of Naperville is the lxx)k fair vendor. Mike checks payable to Huntley School District 158. Call 847-669-5108, ext. 47, if you have any questions regarding this event. Huntley tliird grade students Grant Nepermann and Hannah Borhart stand with Huntley Fire Chief Dave Veath behind Reddy Ryder, the Country Companies safety mascot (left) and Mike Scruggs, a Country Companies agent in the Woodstock office. Country Companies Insurance group and Huntley Fire Department sponsored a fire safety presentation at Huntley Grade School. (See story on page 11) Hunter Named "Most Inspirational" A Hunfley teacher. Bill Hunter, recenfly received a certificate citing him as a Most Inspirational Teacher based on an anonymous survey of incoming Western Illinois University students. Incoming students to WIU this fall were asked to name their most inspirational teacher. WIU President Donald S. Spencer sent a certificate and letter to Bill to congratulate him on being an inspiration to students and to assure him his commitment to educating youfli was appreciated. This is the Uiird year the award has been presented. Spencer initiated the recognition during his first year as WIU president in 1994. Spencer stated in the letter,"! consider it a distinct honor to notify you that an incoming student at Western Illinois University has named you as his or her most inspirational teacher. "Please accept my personal congratulations for the special efforts you have made in support of your students," he added. "The events of recent years have called attention to a series of challenges- intellectual, technological, economic, social, and political- fliat are essentially unparalleled in out national experience. These challenges will be met successfully only through the highest possible quality of education, and I applaud you obvious commitment to realizing fliat goal." Networking Group Open House November 7, 5pm - 7pm The HunUey Network Marketing Group is presenting and Open House/Showcase on Thursday, November 7, from 5 until 7 pm The Open House/Showcase will be held in the Huntley Center (next to the Hundey Supermarket). A cash drawing will be held; First prize will be $100, Second prize will be $50. Additional prizes and gifts will be award by participating businesses. Light refreshments will be served. The Huntiey Network Marketing Group members are members of die Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry. London Fog Now Open at Huntley Factory Shops Huntley Factory Shops, a manufacturers' ouUet center owned and operated by Baltimore-based Prime Retail, welcomes it's newest store, London Fog Factory Store, to its merchant lineup, announced Miles Crawford, general manager of the outlet center. London Fog Factory Store is the newest addition to the Huntley Factory Shop's lineup of more than 60 manufacturers' ouflet stores. "We are flirilled about London Fog Factory Store joining our growing lineup of top-quality merchants at Huntley Factory Shops," said Crawford. "London Fog fills a special niche at the Continued on Page 9 Taste of Trinity Soup & Salad Luncheon The Trinity Lutheran Church will be hosting a soup and salad luncheon on Thursday, November 7th from Ham to 2pm. A craft fair and bake sale will also be included at the luncheon. For more information contact Kathy Y"erke at 669-3245.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|