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GRAFTON TOWN>HI?S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE I960
VOLUME 21-NUMBER 8 THURSDAY, MAY 28,1981
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The annual Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony was lead off by Police cars. Fire Trut^ aad the Snorkel. Marching were Legionaires, Auxiliary mem¬ bers. Lion's Oub members and Lionesses. A motorcade at dignitaries followed. The Color Guard and band proceeded down the parade route foUowed by Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Giri Scouts and Brownies. The Huntley Rescue Squad brou^t up the taU end-
At the cemetary, Bob Schuhi acted aa MC introdudag Father
Leo Ambre who gave tbe Invocation. Father Ambre told the large crowd to remember the courageous men and women who gave their lives. He said that we should be unselfish in our use of our bounty and recognize the needs of others. He said that we should recaU tbe good things that Cod has helped us accomplish as a nation and give thanks.
Keith DobroUnsky. Eagle Scout and Scott O'Brien, Sr. Patrol Leader, plaoed the
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¦MISS HUMTLEY PAGEANT JUNE 17th
The Miss Huntley Pageam has been rescheduled for June 17th at 8 p.m. at (he American Legion Home. Lionesses, Lions and the public will be viewing this year's contestants Chris Foerster, Sue Schaller, Sandra Rowe and April Fischer. There will be three judges again thi^ year. Competition for the event will be evening gown, sports wear and question and answer May Chesak will provide tht music.
Refreshments will be served.
Staff Sgt. Earl Mkfael presented Dave Seemann with the Semper Fidelia" Award from tbe U.S. Marine Corps.
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