Bio: Kuhn, Bernard (School Board Candidate - 1967)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/30/1967
Kuhn, Bernard (School Board Candidate - 1967)
Mr. Kuhn has lived on the family farm in the town of Washburn all his life. He had had the responsibility for the farm since 1934, when his father was killed in a farm accident while he was still in high school. He is the father of 14 children, nine of whom are at home, and seven of whom attend Neillsville district schools.
Mr. Kuhn has served the Town of Washburn as its assessor for the last eight years. He was a member of the Washburn School building committee, is secretary-treasurer of the district Pure Milk Products Cooperative local, and drove school bus for six years.
In summarizing his interest in serving on the school board, Mr. Kuhn said: "The cost of our schools is too much for what we are getting. The board of education has delegated too much of its responsibilities to the superintendent and principals. I feel the latter can do a better job if they have no other duties than to take care of the educational area of the schools."
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