The Huntley Farmside
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^« HUNTLEY ^^^^ VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 8 THURSDAY, MAT 27, 1971 — PHONB — ««»-5«ai . n No Aaswer 4S9.«9M HouM Phone 459-«995 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES ¦B SUBB YOU ABB BIGHr. THEN GO AHEAD" — Darid Crockett 7 ceats pes ceyf Memorial Day The month of May brings us again to Memorial Day. So the Huntley American Legion Post 673 will ob¬ serve the day with proper ceremon¬ ies on Monday, May 31st. The members and other partici¬ pants wiU assemble at the Post Home at 7 A.M. and proceed from there to the Union American Legion where breakfast will be served at 7:30 A.M. At 9 A.M. they will join the Union Legion and mach to tile cemetary there. After the ceremonies they will retum to Huntley. The Huntley parade wiU leave from in front of the Legion Home at 10:45 and wiU march to the ceme¬ tery. The program at the cemetery is as follows: Invocation by the Rev. Fredrick Harm ThD, of Trinity Lutheran Church, Huntley. Mayor WUpault Brill will give a brief welcoming address. Pam Edmonson, an 8th grade student at the Huntley School wiU recite the well-known and fitting poem: "In Flanders Fields" The main speaker of the day is Russ Bieritz of Geneva, the Past toaanander pf tte f^mi' ¦ can LegolA, Departm^ Of 111- Inois, who WlU address the assem¬ bled audience. Contlnaed on Page two MEMORIAL DAY Faye Marlowe Honored Two McHenry county college sen¬ iors - outstanding students at the University of lUinois - were honor¬ ed last week at the "lOO's Banquet" sponsored by the Alumni Association and the lllini Union Student Activ¬ ities. Chosen as among the most out¬ standing seniors were Faye Marlowe Huntley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marlowe; and Daniel Feldt Woodstock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Feldt. The recepticm and dinner was held at the lllini Union to honor the most outstanding senior activity leaders. Miss Marlowe, 22, is a music edu¬ cation major and has training to teach both vocal and choral courses. Active in many University extra¬ curricular events during her four years at the University, Miss Mar¬ lowe also participated in many Uni¬ versity events involving her musical talents and knowledge. She was a member of the Cham¬ ber choir the past year and was a lead participant in a musics^ Stunt Show. She was piano accompanist for Qie Woodstock Cfadrll |«f^' ,'ai«Mfll''««h tlie Rockford :SMi<MlK^ Orchestra. Scholastically outstanding, Faye Continued on Page two HONORED BACCALAUREATE SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1971 ^8:00 P.M. PROCESSIONAL -- March of the Priests, Mendelssohn Ann Michelsen, Organist 'INVOCATION The Rev. Robert Frank SOLO "HE" Miss Deborah Eckman SERMON "Education for the Future" The, Rev Robert Frank •BENEDICTION T'he Rev. Robert Frank RECESSIONAL -- March Pontificale,Charles Gounod Ann Michelsen, Organist 1971 Redskin Baseball Team PIctnred below is tfae 1971 Huntley Hieh School Baseball tetan. They are, (Front row from left) George Ewert, Darwin CampbeU. Larry DelaAey, PhU Liadaey, Mark Zorica, Scott Harm, (Back Row) Gary Downen, Mtke Zorica, Tow Kaisow, Greg Lindsey, Gary Schultz and Coach Ed Ream. DeWayne Photo COMMENCEMENT WEDNESDAY, lUNE 2, 1971 8K)0 PJM PROCESSIONAL Pomp and Circumstance, Elgar Ann Michelsen, Organist •INVOCATION The Rev. Robert Frank PRESENTATION OF AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS lames Manning "EVERYTHING 16 BEAUSIFUL Pamela Jirik PATRIOTISM: DUTY OR PRIVILEGE -- Gary DowAen Salutatorian SENIOB ENSlavIBLE — "Graduation Dcty" MDARE^DUV^ v-^: gf^erfy AJi^Jit PRESENTATION OF AWARDS ------ LeRoy lil(»i» Supelrintendmit PRESENTATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS LeRoy Marks Superintendent PRESENTATION OF THE DIPLOMAS—Mr. Ronald Jirik President, Board of Education •BENEDICTION The Rev. Robert Frank RECEPTION LINE •Audience please stand /I s5 «¦ 1*Ff'?| J Grduation A total of 3S students wUI grad¬ uate from Huntley Hi^ Schooi next Wednesday, June 2, at 8:00 P.M. The Valedictodan this yoar is Beveriy Albreciit snd the Salatii. torlan Is Gary DownSB. luniM- Ctass Escorts far the class thb year are Karen Kohley and Mark Ostrander. The class has chosen Lily of the Valley as their flower, Blae and Silver as their Class Odors, and To Make die Best Better" as their Cass Motto. A eopy of the Baccalaursate- Cenunenetoient pragram is priated to the left. Hm pictures of die graduates are printed on the center two pages of this paper. Gloas copies of Ulis page WiH be made awtilable to the grad¬ uates with the ooaiplinisats of tfae sponsoring marcfaanls. Below is printer tbs names of those gradaating. Terry Lee Aavang BeveH^ Ann Mstedi^'^ Karen wondcjt Hoodcfn | Kfith Axiioki Bloadom <i. Trudy titrntSoA Maureen Therese Conley Ricky Roy IXedrick Patrick Doncdiue* Gary Ray Downen* Qoyton Harold Ebert Steven Lee Ebert Dan G. Fruin Suzarme Hope Hayes Thomas James Hoffman John Qoy Hutsler III Pamda Su Jirik* Susan Dahlia Kaisow Gloria Jane Koch Thomas Wayne Korwin Richard C. Master Donna Lee Molitor Patsy Jo Piske Nancy Louise Rohlwing David Allen Schmietendorf Grory Willard Schoc^ey Valentin Shebeko Harold Frank Shott Janet Eleanor Spradlin Ronald George Tinberg Diane Sue Ungs Teresa L Wiesneth Otto Reinhold Wille. Jr. •National Honor Society School Ctdendar Mqr 27 » BasebaU — Genoa-Kings¬ ton — there — lUR P.M. May 88 — Grade School Graduation — 8:00 P.M. Friday, May 28th sdiools -wifil foe dismissed at 2:00 P.M. Both tfae morning and aftenioon KiiidergMrten wiQ meet that day, May 88 — Baccalaureate — S:00 P M. lUr 81 — Memorial Day — No Seho(4 June 2 — ^adualkm — High School — 8:00 P. M.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|