The Huntley Farmside
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VQUnn It .^ NVMBOt 9 TH&Rfi>AY. JUNE 1. 19T2 — mONE » MMfSl • if Ns Aaswer 4S9-S9M PHANK PARIS^EK PO t»2 HOUTLEV. ItL "'*«<«*:¦!.». 1SPAC»B8 «6 Ainuir;» DMW cimIhm^ » cSMs ter. espy Memtmal bay, 1S72 ^iObs^aii|pes^ we^ h^ this year bi tiie HunUey Flre Statkm for Blemorial Day due to indtanenf^ whatiier. The program started wUh an io- wxstkxi ofEered t^ Father L. D. D«V of St Mary's Oatfaohc Cfaunh- FoUowii^ <tie hivocatioQ Oominan^ der HaroU Doty introduced EUen Rlvtet who rewl tba posiB "In Flanders ndd" This was followed by a duet sung by Julie Ana Perterson snd BiS LeGea. the guest speaker, Mr. Jack Sdiafier, McHemy Counfy Aodltor aad candidMte thr State Senate hrm the 33hi District w«as introduced next Mr. SdnfEer's speech in its endrety Is poblsshed at the end of this artKle. FoUowing Mr. Sdaffer's tidk, our High Schoot band piayed our Natianal Anltam. A salute tki the dead was ofCered by the oombined Hundey and Union firing S4|uad* outskle the fire sudon and taps were sounded and a benedictioit vms given by father Day. FoUowing the Memorial Day ob¬ servance the Araeridui Legion Aux¬ iliary psepared nefnntunefftii fbr aH wbo attended. Mr. Scbaffer's speech is as fol¬ lows: our yoang men answering a new caii fer courage in the age-old fight against the forces that would sup¬ press freedom and justioe for aS men. Now we are (»nfroated ivhh dadgers vastly greater than we or any odier nation has before known, and we see no end or easy solu- tic«is to them. But you and I know tlmt the greai bksaing of liberty is never' secured wititout suffering. Thomas BaiiK, The Amerioan pa¬ triot, once aald: *'What we obbain . too a^eap, we esteem too lightly- Heaven know how to put a proper price upon jits goods; and it wotdd be strange, indeec^ if so celestiai an ai4de as li«sduo> should not be H^Sir rated." And so in my remam Mday, 1 farttnd to consider the mmaiiig and message that this Contlnaed OB Page Twe MEMoMAL DAY First Communion at St. Marys Church First Oommuidoa will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Chnrch on Sun¬ day, June 4th at the 8:00 A.M. Mass • "The following 16 boys and giris will malse their First Cbnsnunion: Carol Emesti. Mary Fawkes, Rich¬ ard Goeriltz, Michael Grochis, Thom as W. Hight, Gino Jacouini, Thnda L^nn Jacouini, Kimberly Keanns, John T. Rendl Jr., David IU(*- mond. Julia Schneider, Patrick Sch¬ weiger, Regina Seiler, James Shob- liff, Bene Skytte, and Susan Tures. They will be led Into the Church by John Emesti as Cross Bearer, and a Guard of Honor of 15 Alter Bous including: Richard Drendel, Michael Dhamer, George E. Wies¬ netii, Timothy Sigriht, -Stephen Gre<*ls, James Drendel, Daprkl Tures, Raymond Kubis, James Wiamer, James McMahon, Thonds Grechis, David Schneider, Robert ^ Tureo and Phillip Donahue. Boy 5c9M Paper Drive Jane lOth The HimUey Boy Scoots wfll hokl a Paper drive on SaAurday, Juno lOth. For pkAcap csS 668-5761. PRfMH- OON PEAiKLY Pablic Rdatioas - News Service DivWoa FOR THE PEm>LE Of HUNTLEY NEWS yrORY FOR USE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1972 Citizens of Huntley ptain a dedl- catpiy progrnn tfals Sunday noon to honor fidwdn F. Deicke in afi- pni*mm «< **• g» of *e ». atni wooded art* south of the (XMrununity. Mr. and Mrs. Deicke have been Huntley 'rsaideots sinoe 1939 and iove the countryside. The gift of the park — an area known to vet¬ eran residents as Donahoe Woods — was made in 1966, and an en¬ trance haa been constructed and an ajn>ropriate sign erected. The dedicetloo ceremonies will be sponsored t>y the Huntley Park Dis¬ trict, Himtley Lions Club and Hunt¬ ley American Legion at the park entrance. In case of bad weather, the program wtM go (m at 12 mxm as scheduled at the HunUey fire besti. Howard Ruth will serve as mas¬ ter of (ceremonies. Hariey Macke¬ ben, vice president of the Park Board, is in charge of general ar¬ rangements. Other Park Board Conunissiooens hidude Frank Pari¬ sek, president; Mrs. James Weirich, secretary and treasurer, Eihvin Deicke, John Tures and Edgar Renm. Leiry Kahl is in charge of mainteit-. ance. Local pastors will have leading roles in the program as will tbe Huntley high school band under tfae dbectlon of Henry Wozniel. The Rev. Robert Frank, pasiior at the First CoogrefStfMud Church, will give the invocaiUonL The Rev. Dudley Day poster at SL Mary's Church, will give tbe dodio%toiy address., Ihe ^ Rev. Dr. Frederick Harm, pastor ai Trinity Lutheran Ciaudi, Huntiey, will pve the dedicatory prayer and benediction. The Huntley Park Board was es- tabli^ied hi 1965 as tbe coraawnity looked ahead to i^id growth in tfae area and visiuaUzed the need to beoome more aggressive in de- ytiopiag its recrMhonal factiUeB. Phst commisioners were Mrs. Ew¬ ald Taaseadorf. Ed Ddcte, Inda Wasserstrasa, Midiael Kfley, Jr. and Edward Aice. Mm. Mary Lou Haidy and Mrs. Alioe Jotdl have serv«d ae st-CielllH of the parte board. CesdtaMd sn Psgs Tws PARD DEDICATION Zoning Hearing June $th President Wiipault Brill aonounosd Uiat a zoohig faesrtag wMI ba hdd on Tuesday, June 6th ai tbe H«iat- Uv ViSage Hall st I P4a. Tbo bsaring will pnyvida diisen nC; tt» Vtilage SB o»oi«^Halty to *ssry«ti tbs seWiMWbir mm*"^ atmajtm.' Citizens wSt also be given an (opportunity to express their views op the maps end ordinance. The board wlH consider any suggestions before,the passage of «he ofdhiance and map. The board hopes to pass the new ordinance and map that evening. Little League Schedule HUNTLEY AMERICAN LEGnm LITTLE LEAGUE 1972 Sooth Date Diaaiond Diamond DiaoMMl June 5 June 8 June 12 June 15 June 19 June 22 June 26 June 39 July 6 July 10 2&1 3A4 6*4 543 6A6 1^2 4^3 4A6 3dc6 6A5 4A5 641 2&3 642 143 544 146 342 246 341 346 245 145 441 442 «43> 542 S41 144 244 Last team hsted is home team- Games start: at 6:30 p.m. Team 1 - Oiante - Bob Kunde, Cubs - Jack Bruntchoo. BU BnHMAnx - Dim Hardy. • OM ZtOtr, Frank Pai«Bdc Wear Uttte Laagne hat and iMrtv long paato and tenots shoes. Bring your onm i^ove. In case ef sadden bad waMiier, pstcMs Aould oome to Hie boB diamoml at onoe. Boys are not aBowad to walk, or rids thsir \Am on Roote 47. ofdy 1» dxM the MghMiy. Any boy. not sigBSd op by June 4, win not be ettidble tor tUb se*- soo^ exeept for those tiAo tuam Mo ttie HmSley dlsbklt.
|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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