Students Pay Final Respects McKiniry
Students Pay Final Respects Sadness enveloped the ranks of Freeland teen-aeers the last two days as they paid final respects to one 0f their own Tom McKiniry, vjctim of the tragic drowning ac-School cident. ' , . fully- The FHS honor student and varsity wrestler was popular. His classmates, the FHS Class mass cards were subscribed for by pub-jgroups of feUow-students iof 1970, sent a floral bouquet emotion. Classmates will serve as pall-!tvaf bearers for the funeral today, and Ufanv vnnntf nmnlo a1n naiH !.-.! '"""j J i-i-". r r.4 . tv- irjnc. ade- v Jt r yesterday afternoon and evenm J. and tne slow procession ! f ctAmB -,c tnuA nh: Free-landers. 1 The air of mourning was evident i among the young boys and girls at anditheir usual hanguts the last three ipveninffs. and a 'teen-aee dance : many others also will attend the rites. sup-! ' a 'teen-age dance : Wednesday at the Public Park had i a usual turnout, but the kids, it I appeared, were there merely to be together and they went through ! their dance motions mechanically.