Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Henny Youngman, Doc Severinsen, Dog N Suds, tent revivals and more

 
 
Posted11/4/2019 5:00 AM

See Daily Herald archived images of Henny Youngman's cooking class, Doc Severinsen, a Palatine tent revival, NBA players at Little City and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 23,061, Bob Finch photo: Palatine Girl Scout leaders, left to right, Mrs. James Hilgendorf, Mrs. Steve Chernicky, and Mrs. Don Bennett learn the finer art of cooking scrambled eggs outdoors during a leader training session at Deer Grove Forest Preserve in Palatine in September of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 23,061, Bob Finch photo: Palatine Girl Scout leaders, left to right, Mrs. James Hilgendorf, Mrs. Steve Chernicky, and Mrs. Don Bennett learn the finer art of cooking scrambled eggs outdoors during a leader training session at Deer Grove Forest Preserve in Palatine in September of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 23,061, Bob Finch photo: The only good way to learn how to play a game is too do it yourself. Girls Scout leaders for various troops in Winston Park tried out the rules to a new running game in Deer Grove Forest Preserve to teach it to girls in their troops later in the year. The training took place in Palatine in September of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 23,061, Bob Finch photo: The only good way to learn how to play a game is too do it yourself. Girls Scout leaders for various troops in Winston Park tried out the rules to a new running game in Deer Grove Forest Preserve to teach it to girls in their troops later in the year. The training took place in Palatine in September of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,798, Bob Ringham photo: Longtime leader of the Tonight Show band, musician Doc Severinsen took his trumpet to Hersey High School in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,798, Bob Ringham photo: Longtime leader of the Tonight Show band, musician Doc Severinsen took his trumpet to Hersey High School in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,798, Bob Ringham photo: Longtime leader of the Tonight Show band, musician Doc Severinsen took his trumpet to Hersey High School in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,798, Bob Ringham photo: Longtime leader of the Tonight Show band, musician Doc Severinsen took his trumpet to Hersey High School in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,607, Mike Seeling photo: Senior citizens take part in a swim night at Olympic Pool in Arlington Heights in March of 1974. The special swim night was for Golden Key Club members and offered reduced rates and special events for senior citizens.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,607, Mike Seeling photo: Senior citizens take part in a swim night at Olympic Pool in Arlington Heights in March of 1974. The special swim night was for Golden Key Club members and offered reduced rates and special events for senior citizens.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds brings food to a car in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds brings food to a car in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds pours a drink for a customer in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds pours a drink for a customer in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds brings food to a car in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,298, Dave Tonge photo: A waitress at Dog-n-Suds brings food to a car in Wheeling in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,4767, Bob Chwedyk photo: NBA stars Wayne "Tree" Rollins, left and Chuck Person and Little City children, from left, Eric Sanders, Ryan Abbey and Solarus White have some fun playing basketball in September of 1987. The players were in town to attend the National Basketball Players Association Dinner.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,4767, Bob Chwedyk photo: NBA stars Wayne "Tree" Rollins, left and Chuck Person and Little City children, from left, Eric Sanders, Ryan Abbey and Solarus White have some fun playing basketball in September of 1987. The players were in town to attend the National Basketball Players Association Dinner.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,302, Dave Tonge photo: Comedian Henny Youngman stopped by the Continental Cooking School in Mount Prospect to share some of his favorite recipes in January of 1977. He was in the area for a performance at Mill Run.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,302, Dave Tonge photo: Comedian Henny Youngman stopped by the Continental Cooking School in Mount Prospect to share some of his favorite recipes in January of 1977. He was in the area for a performance at Mill Run.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,423, Bob Finch photo: An injured survivor is rushed into Resurrection Hospital in Park Ridge after a North Central Airlines DC-9 plane crashed on takeoff with a Delta Air Lines plane in dense fog at O'Hare Airport in December of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,423, Bob Finch photo: An injured survivor is rushed into Resurrection Hospital in Park Ridge after a North Central Airlines DC-9 plane crashed on takeoff with a Delta Air Lines plane in dense fog at O'Hare Airport in December of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,259, Dave Tonge photo: Firefighters from Mount Prospect and Des Plaines battled a blaze at Globe Auto and Recycling in Elk Grove Township in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,259, Dave Tonge photo: Firefighters from Mount Prospect and Des Plaines battled a blaze at Globe Auto and Recycling in Elk Grove Township in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 98,247, Mark Welsh photo: This marching band member had some help cooling down during the Arlington Heights July Fourth parade in 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 98,247, Mark Welsh photo: This marching band member had some help cooling down during the Arlington Heights July Fourth parade in 1989.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44,689, Anne Cusack photo: A minister from Quentin Road Bible Church in Palatine leads his congregation during an old fashioned tent revival in July of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44,689, Anne Cusack photo: A minister from Quentin Road Bible Church in Palatine leads his congregation during an old fashioned tent revival in July of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44,689, Anne Cusack photo: Members of the Quentin Road Bible Church and others participate in an old fashioned tent revival in Palatine in July of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44,689, Anne Cusack photo: Members of the Quentin Road Bible Church and others participate in an old fashioned tent revival in Palatine in July of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,960, Mike Seeling photo: Knees High and smiles on tap dancer Mary Ann Baker, center, during the firs recital in the Palatine Park District's winter tap dance classes in March of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,960, Mike Seeling photo: Knees High and smiles on tap dancer Mary Ann Baker, center, during the firs recital in the Palatine Park District's winter tap dance classes in March of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,021, Bob Ringham photo: Notre Dame basketball coach Digger Phelps goes nose-to-nose with referee Carroll Cosby during a halftime argument at DePaul in Chicago in March of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,021, Bob Ringham photo: Notre Dame basketball coach Digger Phelps goes nose-to-nose with referee Carroll Cosby during a halftime argument at DePaul in Chicago in March of 1979.
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