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^ HUNTLEY '^<^^>^^ • «••>>. ItiVUtJ • <towi\ VOLUME 17 _ NUMBER 9 THURSDAY, JUNE 3; 1976 ~ PHONK _ <«9-5«21 - W No Aanrw 4SMfM or 459-1456 2v3 L. MAIN H.UNiLY 60142 ILL. 12 PAGES THI PEOPLS OF HUNTLBT fINCF IMi 15c PER COPY MEMORIAL DAY 1976 ,vO TRDDP IE7 '^ HUNTLEY. ILLINOIS MT^i^: . iij tt,imk cSk. ' ^•*^tl' -tN" V ' Huntley Lions Club Netvs Tho Huntloy Lions Club held their regular meeting May 25 at the Arn'^rican Legion Hall. The meett,ng was opened by sinping "My Oountry Tis Of Thcc" led by Lion Elden Pfaff. Pledge of Allegiance was led t>y Lton td Hartman, a.nd In¬ vocation by Lion Mel E.vert. Tailtwister activities were ceo- ducted by Lions Dennis Rud' lin- ski and Lien Jim Weirich, Lion Bud Web?r was called upon to present the "Old Crow" award to Lion Mel Ewert. This turned out to be a live crow! I.ior) Eddie Meagher was giv- Continued on Page Two Memorial Day Services La.«t Monday, May 31 si*. Hunt¬ ley held its annual Memorial Day service in memory of our service men beginning with a parade down Main Street to the cemeteries. (Legion mem¬ bers, Huntley Hdgh School band. Boy Scouts, Brownies and Gdrl scouts and Cub scouts were es¬ corted to the restlnig plate by the Huntley Police department and Fire departments. The ceremony was begun hy Rcbert Schachtner, legion Com- n ander. He introduced Father Day. who gave the invocation. In his prayer. Father Day said that there was one Cod for all. not just Lutherans, Catholics or Congregationalists. He stat¬ ed that we were here to remcm- ber cur departed. Continuing the program Comm. Schachtner introduced Lonna Jonss who recited "In Flanders Fie^cT' and Mrs. iMary Turner who sang "God Bless America.'" The main speaker of the day was State Representative Bruoe Waddell. Rep. Waddeii said that we now have to prove that we are worthy of our service men's trust and sacrifice. He stated that these men had dded so that we might have freedom of church, education and the American get uq and go. That our men had made the si^reme sacrifice. He: went on to com¬ pliment the American Legicm pest for holding: Memorial Day on the proper day. He said that with people frcm the American Legion are watch dogs of poli¬ ticians seeing that their gov¬ ernment is good and if not throwing them out. Other dignitaries attending were Mayor Don Enstrom ot Huntley. Mayor George S.-nifli of Unicn and Mrs. Hedy Leon¬ ard of Huntley. Comm. Schachtner then in¬ troduced Bill Legigee and Juli Peterson who sang a duet. The National Anthem was played by the Huntley High i'>:hool band imder the direction of Henry Wozniel followed by the Salute of servicemen by the firing squaud after which taps was played. The Benediction by Fattier L. D. Day reminded all to txim back to God who had bkiased and rewarded those who had gone before us. He also said we are one family in God. Following the ceremonies, re- XrMlnnents were served by tbe Legion Auxiliary. Clean up was by Frank Parisek and helpJlCl- •At 1 p.m. the Legion mem¬ bers attended Melnorial Day ceremonies in H-armony. Lions Chib to HoldChicken Bar-B-0 MEMORIAL DAY 1976 ¦•^- '^'A F* c^'^ wm >» - Farewell Coffee for Local Missionaries Father's Day, June 20th, 197ft Huntley lioos'TXib will hoU Ua^ annual Ohidc«o Bedraqu* afe tfaa, RtaMey Ffacbant lUf dianar- ia tlie organjzntion's priasaia: moocr- makteg project aod all mKubtas.veA, thor Wras 'WQrii. dHi^eatii; to scctr p0re tba soomlent moal.. Dtniar coaaistei fl(. bartMoimd chklc«i, home baked baanfti pstar txjes; oole ^nr, rofi, IwtUa and bevere^ "^.cooifiibBant (ber dUck;. eiii wMcfa. is prepKvd; by. Uta. men. dl tiie club over opan .faarteque. pilli,. Continned on Pace Two On Sunday, June 6, there will be a Farewell Coffee for Rev. James and Bonnie (Borhart) Bevcrsdorf at Trini¬ ty Lutheran Church 9 to 10 A.M. The coffee will be sponsored by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. All friends from the commu¬ nity are invited. The Beversdorfs have been on a one year furlough after serving evan¬ gelistic missionaries for five years in the Philippine Islands. They have spent the year studying at Northem IU. University in DeKalb. Rev. Bevcrs¬ dorf worked on a Masters in Socio¬ logy and enjoyed several courses dealing with Southeast Asia. Bonnie took education courses in prepara¬ tion for teaching their sons a home study course when they retum to the Phillipincs. The Beversdorfs spent week-ends and holidays sharing their experien¬ ces with friends, at churches, and schools. During the year, Rev. Bevers- dotf preached 20 mission sermons. Theii slides have been shown more than 35 times, and a puppet show de¬ picting Philippine life has been pre¬ sented by Bonnie about 40 times. Their sons, Martin and Michael, had their first experience with winter and snow. They enjoyed making snowmen and playing fox and goose. Martin and Michael were happy to get to know their many aunts and un- CoBttoed on Pace'
|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|