The Huntley Farmside
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^f^ HUNTLEY-^a«de VOLUME 10 — NUMBER 7 THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1970 — PHONE — «69-$621 If No Answer 459-0998 r» ^ T».'^ r*. T 'T r T7 '.V, I 8 PAGES "BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT. THEN GO AHEAD" — David Crockett 7 ceata par ttn Mayor Brill Buys First Poppy Christine Bjom (riKht) handsMayor Wilpault Brill the first poppy to be sold in the 1970 Poppy Day observance. The Mayor may be seen placing his contribution in the collection box held by Mrs. R(>l>ert Schultz Presdient of the Huntley American LeRion Auxiliary. Christine in Poppy Day Chair¬ man for the Huntley Unit.. Poppy Day is May 21 and 22 of this week. The proceeds from this annual event go fo the Disabled Veterans. A Korwin For Quick Information \ source of quick information on where to obtain the best health care training for specific careers is given Mrs. Audrey Korwin, R.N. at fhe Huntley school, (ieorge Wille, Memorial Hospital Hospital for Mc¬ Henry County personnel director, visited seven county high schools as part of a National Hospital Week observance to distribute health career in¬ formation. (Don I'easley Photo.) G Sunderlage New Residence Director School Concert On Friday, May 15th, the Kinder¬ garten through eighth grades held their Spring Concert entitled, "Our Favorite Things." Under the direction of William Leggee, vocal amusic teacher, the program opened with the Junior High chorus singing the theme song, "My Favorite Thingrs." The classes of Icindergarten through 6th grades sang their favorite songs, selections they have enjoyed singing most throughout the year. The fifth and sixth grade bands played a number of selections under the direction of Henry Wozniel. The seventh and eighth grade bands con¬ cluded the musical portion of the program with their fine playing. After these bands, awards were presented to (Jie following band stu¬ dents: Kathy Swcmson received the Paul Donahue award; 1st chair awards went to Jane Michelsen, comet; Kathryn Swanson. clarinet; Ed Brandwein, saxaphone; Dawn Jordi, flue; Ken Kamphausen, baritone; Mike Lane, trombone; Mike Clark, tuba, and William Koch, percussion. Girls Staters Chosen BEVEJSLY^AMiRRCIiX. . -t. -..,. Huntley .American Legion Auxil¬ iary Unit has announced its dele¬ gate to the 30th Annual Session of mini Giris State, June 16-23, at Mac- Murray College in Jacksonville. Bev¬ erly Albrecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Albrecht, 9204 Hali¬ gus Road. Huntley, has been chosen by the faculty of Huntley High School and the American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 673 to represent the Unit. .Mtemate is Pam Jirit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald ink, 138 Woodstock Street, Huntley. Sixteen year old Beverly is Presi¬ dent of the Latin Club this year and served as student editor of the Lat¬ in-sponsored school paper Veritas. She has been selected for editor of the yearbook next year and also president of the 1971 Senior class. She is an honor roll .student of Hunt¬ ley High School and has been active in the Huntley music department. Beverly's outside activities include being an organist at • the Trinity Lutheran Church, where she teaches Sunday School. She has been an active 4-H member for 7 years, and in 1968 she won the McHenry Coun¬ ty 4-H Public Speaking TrojAy. A total of .528 Junior girls in high schools throughout Illinois will par¬ ticipate in the mjrthical government operations, complete with elections and political parties, that comprise Girl's State. Mrs. Gloria Sunderlage, R.N. (right Is fhe new director of nurses at the Woodstock Residence. Her appointment was announced today by Mrs. Irene Shafer, R.N., administer of the 112-bed nursing and convalescent, and retirement home at "Six Points" in Woodstock. (Don Peasley Photo) Alternate Chosen For Girls State PAMELA JIRIK •.. Pamela Jirik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jirik in Huntiey, was chosen as altermate for this year's Girls' State. She goes to Huntley High School where she is active in many school activities. Some of the offices she hplds in these activities are president of the choir, secretary- treasurer of the Science Club, and chosen an officer in the F.H.A. She is an participant in such organiza¬ tions as Band, Chorus, Dittna Club, F.T.A., Church C!hoir. subtttute Or¬ ganist, and a member of the Student Council. Huntley School ComingEvents Huntley School Schedule -^ May 24 — Baccalaureate in gym at 8 p.m. May 25 First day of high school examinations. May 26 — Third and last day of high school examinations. May 27 — Seniors to go to Union Special at 10:30 a.m. May 28 — High schoo! Awards Asembly in gym (8:30 to 9:30 a.m.). May 28 — School dismisal at 2 p.m. May 28 — Eighth grade gradua¬ tion at 8 p.m. sharp. May 28 — Last day of school lunch prograni for this year. May 29 — (8:30 to 9 a.m.) Last day of school. Rejort card pickup. May 29 — Bus departs from school at 9 a.m. May 29 — High schol graduation at 8 p.m. sharp. May 30 — Memorial Day parades (Union and Huntley), 10 a.m.. AU students welcome to march. Memorial Day Pastor Harm To Be Baccalaureate Speaher The Rev. Frederick Harm will be the Baccalaureate speaker for the Eighty-fourth Graduation Clas. The service will be held in the gymnasium at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 24th. Cathy Thrun was named valedic¬ torian while Michael Raymond was named salutatorian for the senior class. Cathy Thrun is also the class president and the co-editor of the year book ".Aspiration." Graduation for the senior class of "70" will be Friday, May 29, at 8 p.m. School Board Meets May 25 The Board of Education will meet Monday, May 25th, at 7:45 p.m. for a regular Board meeting. Items to come before the group will be the proposal for Special Education Housing, and a proposal for a spe¬ cial education class. The department budgets for 1970- 71 will also be reviewed. School Group To Oder Nursary Service For Graduation Because the nursery, which was held on May 15th at the concert, was so successfully, the senior high cheerleaders have decided to offer this Service again. The nursery will be held again on May 28, Eighth Grade Gradua¬ tion, and on May 29th, high sduxA graduatimi. T^e nursery will be ccHMlucted in the first grade i-oom. The doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and will remain open until the end of tiie gradua¬ tions. All donations will help send the cheerleaders to camp tUs summer and therefore will be greetriy ap¬ preciated. Make sure you take advantage of this baby sitting service, while supporting Hie H.H.S. <^eerleader8. Tbe Huntley American Legion Post 673 and the .Auxiliary will observe Memorial Day on Saturday May 30th. As in the past, the Post members, Auxiliary members, the Sons of the Legion Squadron, Huntley School Band and others will leave Huntley at 7:00 AM for breakfast at the Unioii«gion Home. There will join the Union contingents at 9:00 AM for the parade and ceremony at Union cemetery. Returning to Huntley, accom¬ panied by the members of the Union Legion, they will parade to the cemetery at Huntley. Parade will form at 10:30 AM. At the cemetery Commander Jack Goehl will welcome the participants. Veterans' graves will be decorated by the grade school children with flags and flowers. Reverand Fred Harm, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church at Hunt¬ ley, will give the invocation. The Gettysburg Address will be cited by one of the Hi^ school students. After a duet sung by Robertson Eck¬ man and his dau^ter Debbie, the guest speaker will address the as¬ semblage. The speaker of the day is John M. Mould of Wauconda, HI. He is at present a member of the Depart¬ ment Headquarters Staff as a Field Representative. John Mould served in the Army in WWII. His past offices in the Legion are: Adjutant, Jr. Vice Commander, Sr. Vice C!om- mander and Commander of Wau¬ conda Post 911. In the 10th District he has held the offices cf Jr. Vice Commander, Sr. Vice Commander and Commander, In 1968 he was Sr. Vice Commander and in 1969 Commander of the 2nd Div. His wife, Mrs. Ruth Mould is the 10th District President. They have two sons, John Jr. and Fred, who are presently in the sendee of the country. The ceremonies will oontinue with the Star Spangled Banner played by the combined Huntley Schod Bands under the direction of Mr. Henry Wozniel. The Firing Squad will sa¬ lute the dead with the traditional volley, and laps will be soanded. After the Benediction by Rev. Hs<nn, Father Dudley Day will hold an outdoor Mass at the Altar at St, Mary's Catholic Cemetery, im- mediately adjacent. Father Day in¬ vites an to attend. Commander Goehl announced that refreshments will be served at the Huntley Legion Home after tlie ceremonies. Wear your poppies — honor the Veterans.
|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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