The Huntley Farmside
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lluntleti Wutmaiht Your Home Town Newspaper USPS580-36G THURSDAY, MAY 30,1985 VOLUME 26 - NUMBER 9 SERVWO THE PEOPLE OP HUNTLEY SINCE 19<0 25c per copy Memorial Day Ceremonies Held (( i' ..>ios t\ John Pcpaskev Memorial Day Ceremonies were held in the High School Gym due to bclement weather, with Dave Oldham - Sy. Vice : Commander of the Huntley American Legion as Master of Ceremonies. Members and Color Guard ftom the Legion, Auxiliary Unit, Liens, Lioness, and Scout Organizations were involved in the solemn ceremonies. Visiting dignitaries from the Union American Legion; Com¬ mander Leonard Zmick and Auxiliary Unit President, Mari¬ lyn Gumprecht were present along with Qub Presidents fix>m Huntley. Robert Schultz from Huntley who has a long list of offices held includhig District and Post Commander was the speaker of the day. He spoke on the first "Memorial Day" and its national conception. Village President, James Dhamer, addressed the audi¬ ence, speaking about Memorial Day and his hopes for safe and happy holiday for all. Lioness President, Gail Wass¬ erstrass, spoke on the illness and need of Angie Korotasz and her hopes that everyone would support the planned fund raisers to help Angie get through her ordeal. Gail told everyone of the Lion's drawing for a Plymouth Reliant, and of "Angie Day", both to be held July 20th. Angle Day" Meeting Held May 21st On May 21st, an "Angie Day" organizational meeting was held whh members of the ., t'^^ following organizattons present: ., Ltoness, Ltons, American Le¬ gton, Athletic Boosters, Pen¬ guins and the Huntley Park District. Dr. Bunt, superinten¬ dent of schools was unable to attend because of a prevtous committment. He sent his entry forms for the "variety show" to the meeting with his regrets. The Lions Gub announced that the car, donated for the drawing, was a Plymoth Reliant and tickets would be on sale the end ofthe week. You may obtain a ticket from any organizatton member. Auxiliary President, Joan Melahn, was unable to attend but said that "Auctton" plans were underway. Betsey Warrington announc¬ ed tliat a "Fun Run" was planned with refi«shments fixim Deans and T-shttts for the entrants, Insurance and transportatton of the car to surrounding areas and events was discussed. The borrowing of a Popcom Machine and the rental of a tent was also discussed for the days events. Lioness President, Gail Wasserstrass and Lion Presi¬ dent, Chuck Dammyer will attent the Village Board Meeting on June 6th for Board approval ofthe day and evening events. Schedule of events planned so far are as follows: 8 am - Fun Run 11 am - Auction Donattons for the Auction will be gratefully accepted. 12 noon - ? - Food and Pop 1 pm - Horseshoe Toumament 3 pm - Variety Show Entry forms may be obtained from the Park District, Ameri¬ can Legton, High School and Gail Wasserstrass Bkgo and a Dunk Tank will also be held at the Square that day 8 pm - Street Dance with music by the Dynamics. The next "Angie Day" organizattonal meeting will be held June 4th at the American Legion. Any organizatton not already involved and any interested individual is invited to attend and bring your ideas for new events. Let's make this day a success for "Angie". Jacqueline Marie Freund Named Valedictorian Our own "1984 Miss Huijitley" has been named Valedirtorian of the 1985 Graduating Class. Jackie, not only beautiful, athletk and community oriented, but is also the the redpient of the DAR Award and the HEA Scholarship. Jackie was a delegate to Dlini Girl's State last year, is a member of St. Mary's Parish, Huntley, and is plannmg to attend Northem nitoois University to major hi Accounting. She is planntag a career asaCPA. Jackie is the dau^ter of Jack and Blandb Freund. Lynette Fettes Named Salutatorian Lynette Fettes, alao a brigfat and lovely giri, haa been named as this year's Salutatorian. She is the redpient of the Jonathan Baldwta Tumer Agriculture Merit Sciiolarship and the Purina Field n' Farm Agriculture Sdiolarship. Lynette is also a former Ghrl Stater. Daughter of Marilyn aad John Fettes, Lynette is a member of St. Mary's Parish and plans to attend the University of IlUnois, College of Agriculture ta Champalgn-Urbana. She will study Omamental Horticulture.
|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|