The Huntley Farmside
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VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 8 THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1972 — PHONE — 669-5621 - If Ne Answer 459-0998 sast*,.' fmam t^AnucK wmmzti ILL S.S*l-j ^aim^ld^ 10 PAGE^ 'SB SURE YOU ARE RfGHT. IBBN GO AHEAIT — BofU Ctocbett 7 eenla per Let us all be privileged to salute those who died in the strife to keep men free of bonda^. Let us not forget the guarded JmsU^ in freedom for which so many gave their lives. Memorial Day Program Residents of Huntley and sur rounding area are cordially invitee to ^tend and participate in Memor ial Day Services on Monday, Ma} 29th sponsored by Huntley Ameri¬ can I>opK>n Post No. 673, Oom mander Han)ld Doty announced t day. "•^-, The traditioinal commemoT<ailnve rites are scheduled to begin at ll:0i' \am. at the HunUey Cemetery, Th. Itoe up and start of the parade t the cemetery will begrin at 10:3 a.m. in fiwrt of the HunUey Ameri can I.egion P6st. The program at the HunUey cem etery is as follows: Invocation Father L. Dudley Day, St. Mary' Catholic Church HunOey; In Flan der's Field - Ellem Irvin; Speaker Jack Schaffer, McHenry Coun' Auditor; Prayer for our Country Mss Julie Peterson and Mr. Wil liam Leggee; NaUonal Anthem Junior and High School Bands under tfae director of Mr. Henry Woz-, nlel; Huntley and Union America Legion Firing Sguad; Taps; Bene- diotion - Father L. Ehidley Day. | Commander Doty reminded that^ the obs«rvance of Memorial Day in- Huntley siiould indude Uie dis¬ play of the Uiuted States flag by every home and business i^ce hav- m- ing one. ¦¦ '^ Memorial Day servfces will be lield at the Harmony Cemetery on Monday, May 29th at 1:00 p.m. Union Legion Post 482 and Hunt¬ ley Legion Post 673 are in charge (rf the services. \R^ceive Honors at [College - Wednesday, March 29 was the day [of Uie annual Monmouth College Honor's Convocation held for the 'purpose of honoring students who had (hstinguished themselves bv lacademic achievement over the flrnt two terms of the school year. Afll students who had madntatined a 3.5 gmde avemge (Based on a 4.0) were recognized along with the win- iiers of specific awards And new members for several hcnonaries |were also tapped at the same time. President Richard D. Stine of iMonmouth College presided over the ceremony while Dr. Samuel Thomp¬ son of the College's philosophy de¬ partment delivered the main ad- ¦dress. The Lubrizol Award presented to ["the outstandng junior chemistry mfi- jor is Michael Hayes, Huntley, BI. The M Club award to varsity aitih- ilete with highest grade p(oint ave¬ rage. First term - Charles Goehl, [Football, 4.00, HurtUey, 111. Listed below from Himtley are ithe names of Monmouth CoUege [Students who made the honor roU [during either the first or second term: Charles W. Goehl and MitJv Sei P. Hayes. GraduatiCtn Schedule HunUey High School Bacoaflaure- ate service is Sunday, May 28 at. 8:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 30 is Eighth Grade graduation at 7:30 p.m. On Wednesday, May ai alt High Schoel Graduation will be at 8:00 P.M. Bacoaleaiffate service and gradu¬ ation exercises will be beU in the grade schoot gym. School Calendar May 25 — Baseball, Hamprfiire, Home 4:00. May 28 May 29 Day. May 30 ed at 2:30 Uon, 7:30 closed. May 31 - graduaUon June 1 - Retum flor — Baccataureate, 8 p.mi. — No School - Memwrial - Schooi will be cUsmiss- P.M. 8th Grade gradun- P.M. Cafeteria will bo - No School. High scfaool - 8 P.M. — Last day of school - report cards. Flotvers Needed for Graves Will, the parents of children in school pleaae send flowers on Me¬ morial day to the Legkm Home for the graves is Cemetery. Thank You. No School May 29th Huntley schools will not be in session Monday, May 29. That day is a legal holiday, MenKMla] Day. Sciiool wffi be dismissed at 2:30 P.M. Tuesday, May 30. Wednesday, May 31 there will be no $cfa(x)il, this wlU be a teacher work day. June 1 students wlB return for report cards. Bases win leave after the report cardb have bean &atti- buted. Zoning Hearing June Sth President Wilpauk Brill announced] that a zoning hearing wiil be hei oo Tuesday, June 6ith at the Hunt^ ley ViBa«;e Hall at 8 p.m. Thi iiearing will provide citizens (rf Village an opportunity to chscrvej the new zonin^g mbp euid ordinance. C'tizens will also be given . ar oppcrturtty to express their viewsj on tlie maps and ordinance. Thi board wiH consider any suggentionf:! before the passage of lhe ordina.ic^ and map. Tiie board ho(X!s to pass] the new ordinance , and map' thai evening. , Valedictorian cmd ^.Salutatorian Hansford Wins Motor Club Award Cn Tuesday, May 30, a Hu' autcmobile dealer wll be wiih a Chi<»go Motor Club-AA disltinguished servioe trophy for donaticms (rf cars to behind-thi wheel logh sch(x>l driver educal frrgrams. Rus"-rfl CraiHhaw, mwiagrer ol the mntor dub's Wbodstock B Office, will psesent the award Ben Haasword, owner of Ben Hans f-TTd Chevrolet at the motor dub'i Woodstock office. The Chicago Motor Chib was pioneer^ht Ute Mih schotf drtvi education program. In the M 1930's, the Club started a progfamj a'med at teaching every high schooil student in the Club's Blinois a Indiana teiritory the ixoper wa; to drive, but tbe program was slow¬ ed down because of Worid War II In 1946, tlie Club launched a pi gram to obtain auios from loi dealers to aid the sch(xris in thei behind-the-wheel phase of the driver] educaU(m prtqiram. Today, 85 per cent of the carsi used for the driver e(hK3ati3n pro¬ gram ar ekianed to the schools by the ^ocal (Sealers. Th(xisands (rf students have tieen taught this safe- er way to drive. Salutatorian tor the class is~ iBoihart, son of Mr. and Mrs. De¬ lwin Borhart. :^^. Deicke Park to be Dedicated June 4th Mr. Harley Madieben announced this week that the (le<Bcaition at Deicke Park will be held on Sun¬ day, June 4tfa at 12 noon at ttie Hundey's three members (rf the dbsrgy uriH partidpate n Ae berv- ice. POflfair Frank, of tfae Coogre- gHional Charch wfll give the hi- vocatkn. FaUier Dfiy of the St. Maiys Catholic Chvrdi wH give the dedicaUon rennrks and Pastor Harm erf Trinity Lniiieitte Ghmr<di win ^ve the dedicotkfi prayer and benediotlcn. The members of Uw hi|^ Bchaoi buid oiill provide mnab for tbe event A poUnck picnic will follow. "The Park Board members of the Amerioan Legion and Htmtley lions Club wfao are t^foaaoring this afl^ cordially invite everyone to attend.
|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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