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pur- ifendrock CCoatinaed from Page One) school since his coining, he always "Wally," a real friend al ways ready to do little favors for fehem. rrotmbly manv a Crystal Lake adult will remember she pen nies or nickels loaned to them to fcuy a sujjpiement to their ranches. or the help given to "fix" some little thing. If renrovals were needed,' they were always done in courteous manner. Xha nHr will miss Wally. The only interruntion to the years of service to the school since 1924 came when he was drafted into the armed services in 1942. At Chat time a special assembly I held when a little rift from the children and faculty was D re sented to him. After his disoharge from (he services he worked for brief time for the Alemite company at Woodstock, but returned in December of 1944 to the schools. When Wally had completed 25 years with the schools, recognition was paid to him on Honors Day when the board of education irded a gold watah as a token of their appreciation of his service to the schools. After his marriage in 1946. and the birth of his little eirl. Sharon. children and teachers shared with. Wauy his hamnness -in his little family. Often they came -over to me scnooi to weak home wim him. so Sharon early developed an anticipation for the time when she could attend sdhooL Tht iamily WaJUr Ilandrock I the ainfr Wiictiono Ibis occasionally include ail employees of the school, and these were Joyous occasions for Sharon. This year her dream anas resitted when aha enrolled in the kindergarten and was one of Miss Flanders pupils during the year. Wally will he missed by all the children, the staff, the admin istration and his fellow workers. Each, individual feels that he has lost a loyal honest friend. When school again convenes, it is the belief of L. J. LundaoJ, superintendent, that -children, staff aad board of education will wish te establish some type ct memorial in honor of bis long term of devoted service to -the school district. Mr. ' I land rock oaased mr Thursday, June 30, at the Veter ans hospital. 333 E. Huron St Chicago. He bad been patient there for 10 da vs. He was born Jan. 19, 1839 in Crystal Leke, son of Herman and Liuie Frits Han-draric He was married on UslwH 9. ls47 to Es&er Peterson, who survives.- J tr survivors are a dauHH- ter Kmron. at home. 80 Poratmt Ave, Cry stall Lake; three brothers, Albert and William, both of CryMal Lake, and Frark of Ox- rwrd. Caiif- lad a iter V. Karry Lillian) Lass of W non stock. I;;s r-arents i4 a r .'r. 'Luafr k via a Tr-'l T. at ft vr-ertin sr a r--. r t a i r i 1 t 1 . i I 1 i i itimtii IJin mm I .iw.u...

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  1. The Herald,
  2. 07 Jul 1955, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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