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<3^« HUNTLEY i9^««rfe VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 8 THURSDAS, MAY 28, 1970 — PHONE — «6»-S6Zl If No Antwer 4S9-0M8 r.;. 1 8 PAGES 'BE SURE YQI7- AKB Biqimi 3QEN GO AHEAD** — David Crockett 7 cents per cepj 8th Grade Dance The Annual 7th and Sth Grade Graduation Dance was held on May 13th in the school gymnasium. Ap¬ proximately .^50 people attended this affair, the students and their parents. There was no dates for this dance because of the age of the students. The dance lasted from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Music was pro¬ vided by The Dell's band. Special features were the tradi¬ tional Father-daughter, Mother-son dance and a snowball dance where r^rj^one peHtciiMtM, «ltt9cit>t>|Mri' ners several times. The theme of the dance, "The Night of All Knights." The gymnasium was decorated in a Camelot or Knight's of the Round Table fashion, featuring a round table in the center of the dance floor with crossbows, swords and knight's helmets. A castle with a draw bridge made an appropriate entrance to the dance floor. Two parks were also constructed by the decorating committee, one entitled "Enchanted Forest" featured coins, a fountain, deer lying down and a brook which trickled through a rock garden. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of tho 7th and Sth grade dance King and Queen. This Continued on Page Two Sth GRADE DANCE Eternal Flame To Be Dedicated Memorial Day The Huntley American Legion Post 673 will dedicate the "Eternal Flame" at the Post home in addition to the other events which have been scheduled for the Memorial Day observance. The "Eternal Flame" was present¬ ed by the Huntley Auxiliary as a gift, at the 5Ist Birthday Dinner in iltareir, «nd htts been tetaUcA- in - front of the Huntley Legion Home. The Post Chaplain, Dick Staab, will recite the prayer* and the Post Com¬ mander Jack Goehl will dedicate this "Flame" to burn in eternal gratitude for those who served, suf¬ fered and died to preserve our America. This dedication will take place just before the parade to the cemetery. Commander Goehl also wish to remind the Legionnaires that, after the refreshments at the Legion Home they will leave for brief ceremonies at Harmony Cemetery. A reminder—as per Presidential Proclamation—flags are to fly at Vi staff all day. Memorial Day. This is to salute the men of Viet Nam in particular. Accident at 47 and Main At 1:45 p.m., an accident occurred on Main Street and Route 47 in Huntley. A car driven by Irene Fisher was eastbound on Main Street, stopped for the stop sign, reported that she saw nothing Com¬ ing and preceded to cross Route 47, crashing into a Chevrolet panel truck driven by Edward Linsley of 509 Faple St., Carpentersville. The truck was owned by the Ace Coffee Bar of Route 20, Elgin. Two pas¬ sengers in the car were William Linsley and Edward Linsley. There were approximately $250 damage to both vehicles. No in¬ juries were reported. Outdoor Mass Tto Be Said at Cemetery Bishop Arthur J. O'Neill OD of Rockford has granted permission for an outdoor Mass at St. Mary's Cem¬ etary at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 30th. Tlie new stone altar has been donated by the children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drendel as a memorial to their parents. The new stone Crosshas been given by tbe late Walter L. Farley as a memorial iji his memory. In the same drde has been erected a stone marker to mark tiie future grave site of Father L. Dudley Day. This also vindicates that Fathers Day has been pastor of St. Mary's since July 21, 1938. All are invited to join in this Act of Devotion for the deceased who are buried in tho Huntley cemeteries as well as to pray for the departed heroes who have served their coun¬ try so well in time of war. It is hoped that all will pray for the future stability, peace and welfare of this great country of ours. Baccalaureate Dr Johnson To Leave June Ist Dr. J. B. Johnson regrets to an¬ nounce that he will close his Huntley office as of June 1st. Dr. Johnson will.move his office to 1557 Wea- therst1fi8*Tanirtt'TBt81iirfl& Ww office will be a modem dental of¬ fice, located on the west side of Elgin to serve his Huntley patients. Dr. Johnsjon came to Huntley DR JOHNSON Continued on Page Two Baccalaureate was held at the Huntley Consolidated School on Sun¬ day. May 24th, 1970 at 8:00 p.m. Following the Processional to the Triumphal March by 'Verdi accom¬ panied by Ann Michelsen at the organ, the Invocation, Miss Deborah Eckman, a freshman at Elmhurst College sang a solo. Pastor Harm then gave his sermon entitled, "A La Carte". In the sermon Pastor Harm Said that in man^rpstaurtints a persoti "li iRSiB¥1888fer-cfctt^ menu, where he has no choice but to take a completely prescribed menu. In other restaurants a person is given an a la carte menu where he is permitted to make a selection from a wide as¬ sortment of foods. Such is the case. the Lutheran Minister stated, with the members of the class of 1970, who are now given an opportunity to cho<Ke the career in life. He said he hoped that the members of the class of 1970 would choose a career of service, rather than "serve us,'' a career which will be self-satisfying because it is doing something for others rather than just for self- sat¬ isfaction and what the young man cr woman would get out ctf it. He said be hoped that cveer would «r«n hotim eireif HitfliH^ «S« class success in whatever they did. Following the sermon, Pastor Harm gave the Benediction and the class recessed tc the March of the Continued on Page Two BACCALAUREATE •.f:-.,.i In War and Peace America's servicemen have ever answered the call to duty, "whether it has been to the highest office in the land or to basic training. Many of these men are no longer with us — to these gallant servicemen, we add our heartfelt thanks for a job well done. We pledge to carry on their work for a better America!
|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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|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|