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The Massena observer. (Massena, St. Lawrence County, N.Y.) 1897-1989, November 29, 1973, Image 12

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Page 12 Massena, N.Y. Observer, Thursday, November 29,1973 650 4-H People Attend SMART PEOPLE SHOP PEETS JEWELERS EARLY The 44th annual 4-H achievement nightwas held at the Odd Fellows Hall in v Ogdensburg Nov. 2 with more than 650 4- H'ers, leaders, parents and friends present The program provides recognition to 4rH'ers and their clubs for doing an outstanding job during the club year. This year 4-H'ers received awards in^ one area only, even though they may have qualified for more than one award. Recognized for outstanding junior leadership in their club and community were: Mary Krenceski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krenceski of Canton and Charles Kingsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kingsley of Heuvelton. They were presented with the Charles D. Wight Leadership Memorial Plaques by Dave Patterson, Grandson of Mr. Wight. Champion 4-H Club Banners were presented to the Sinclair Corners 4-H Club of Potsdam, with Mrs. Durwood Thomas and Mrs. Kathy Casey as leaders, and to the Chipman 4-H Club of Madrid, with overall leader Mrs. Car- men Acres, i A Progress Banner awarded to the Achievement Night Program club exhibiting the jhiost overau im- provement during j the- .year was presented to the Nicholville Shamrocks Club. Mrs. Mary yrendenburg of NictiolviUe is leader. NOW in our New Location DOWNSTAIRS Next to Phil's Flowers With an Even Larger; ^Selection of Unusual Christmas' Gifts for the Person who has Everything 49 Main St. # Blue Ribbon Rosettes were awarded to clubs in recognition of their out- stajiding work. Clubjs receiving this award were: Hermjon Harvesters, Husky Workers, Little Shamrock Girls, Lucky Leaf, Riverview, DePeyster Beavers, South Pierrepont Pioneers, Riders Up, Hammond Pixies, Busy Homemakers, Drifters; and Rock Island 4-H Clubs. j The Jack Teele Memjorlal Trophy was presented by Joy Hollis'ter of Hammond, to David Thompson, a.inember who had shown the most improvement in Dairy. Judging during' the year. Completion certificates were awarded to the following ClubsL Activity Girls, Newton Falls; Bagdad Bucks, Potsdam; Barney Bears, Gouverneur; Beech Plains, Canton, Bush Homemakers, Potsdam, Busy Hour, Winthrop; Cheery Hustlers, Hammond; Chipman, Madrid; Depeyster Beavers, Heuvelton; Drifters, Madrid, Firefall Crusaders, Gouverneur, Flackville Kings & Queens, Ogdensburg; Hermon Harvesters, Hermon; Hi Lo's, Heuvelton; Honeycuckles, Hdsky Workers, Little River, Little Shamrock : Girls, Canton; Somerville Beavers, Kool Kearney Kats, Maple Grove, Path- finders, Rock Island, West Fowler Pioneers, West Side Highlighters, Gouverneur; Country Lassies, DeKalb; Lisbonettes & Handyman, Lisbon; Lucky Leaf, Canton, Mustangs, Harrisville; Also: Paradise Valley, Canton;. Seaway, Lisbon,, Sinclair Corners,' Potsdam; Talcville Tigers and Scottish Angels, Edwards, Riverview, Ogden- sburg, Take the' ReinSj Canton, Pierrepont Mountaineers, Canton and Woodbridge Corner Friends, Canton. Juding medals were presented to: Paul Jones, Madrid, David Thompson Ogdensburg, Pegi McAdam, Gouver- neur; Michelle Wallace, Heuvelton; Les Hargrave,. Madrid,, Paul Hadlock, Hammond, Rob Morrill, Hermon; Dave Tracy, Rensselaer Falls, Anne Street, Canton, Kim McAdam, Gouverneur; Lori Corbine, Canton Bettey Reid, Potsdam. Horse Bowl Medals were presented to: Sharon Hourihan, Winthrop, Pegi McAdam, Gouverneur, Cindy Elliott, Winthrop, and Gloria McAdam, Gouverneur. Secretary Awards were presented-to: We food is . great at George's Tastee Freeze\ says: MATT FARRELL OFF JOHN'S DESK My wife speaks 130 words per minute with gusts up to 165. (Shelby Friedman, Quote). THE SPEAR AGENCY, INC William V. Ward — John Story iccnsed Brokers. Dial 7(>!l-21(ll — Massena There s a new place in town to test-drive a Saab. The new Saab 99 is the kind of car you have to drive to believe. '• * It has front-wheel drive for better traction, handling and stability than traditional cars, It has a 2 liter Swedish-built overhead cam engine for economy and performance. ^ It has roll-cage construction to make it a truly strong, saf^ long lasting car. And it comes equipped with power assisted four wheel disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, radial tires, and impact absorbing bumpers that really work. The Saab 99 is now easier to test-drive than ever, too. Because there's a new dealer in the area. Us. This makes it simple for you to buy a Saab 99. And it assures you of quick, dependable service once you own it. Saab is also expanding its dealer network in other parts of the country, so a Saab owner can get sales and service just about anywhere he goes. So, before you buy any car, test-drive a Saab 99. Come to the new place in * town today., -- Saab. It's what a car should be. Test drive a Saab 99 today Massena Lincoln- Mercury Meters, Inc. 351 East Orvis Strett-Matsena, New York Telephone 764-0576 Debra Thompson, Madrid; Donna Cross, Gary Wright,.; David LaVack, Pam Pascoe and Chris Williams, all of Gouverneur. Also: Susie Hunter, Winthrop, Patricia Dooley, Harrisville; Deborah Lee Smith, Ogdensburg; Paula Webb and Howie Maronejv Canton; Mary Bailey, Potsdam; Mike Burr, Edwards; and Sue Ann Webb, Ogden- sburg,, Cindy Young Ogdensburg. Dress Revue Medals went to the following girls: Edwards: Gladys. Morehouse, Marilyn Davis, Betsy Webb, Barbara pullock. Hammond: Lianne Gibson Norwood: Phyllis Nawton Lisbon; Gloria Carvill, Norma Livingston, Jo Ann Trippany, Connie Donnelly, Janet McDonald, Carolyn McBath, Colleen Middlemiss, Hermon: Lu Ann Morrill, Gail Symonds, Deborah Collins Massena: Mary Lou Chase and Pam Pullmaa Heuvelton: Diane Putman, Becky Mayne, Phyllis Putman, Norma Drummond DeKalb: Sherry Alguire and Marilyn Elliott Canton: Walthagaye Leavitt, Susan Morter, Sue Jenack, Sheryl McBath. Colton: Toni Hewitt r Gouverneur: Cindy Tessmer, Gail Williams, Belinda Tessmer, Lu-Ann Manning, Judy LaVack, Barbara Smith, Diane Kinney, Beth Tessmer. Madrid: Julie & Pam Putman, Darlene Murray, Linda Tracy, Anna Hargrave. Richville: Marlene Pratt, Janice Pratt Ogdensburg: Martha Jemison, Karen Fields, Patty Noble. Winthrop: Carol Mittlestaedt and Melanie Richael. The Marion Fuhr Memorial Trophy was presented to. Mary Holland of Winthrop. Agricultural and Home Economics Medals were presented to the following Achievement: Stephen Jones, Madrid. Agriculture: Jody Hamilton, Tom Morrill, Hermon, Steve Cota, Donald Thompson, Ogdensburg and Bill Bullock Edwards...Beef: Phil Hitehman, Her- mon, Tim Parker, Gouverneur. Con- servation: Tracy TutUe, Ricky and Gary Brewer, Canton and Mark Hopson, Madrid. Consumer Education: Larry Pierce, Canton. Dairy: Steve Hamilton, Bill Alguire, Hermon, Gary Byrnesi Gouverneur, Robert. Drummond, Heuvelton, and Allen Martin, Gouverneur. Home Environment: Robert Crump —and -.-Arnold Day, Madridr~Petroleum~i Power: Ken Hargrave, Madrid, Poultry: Revecca Scudder, Potsdam, . David Taylor, Canton, Ella Beckstead, Madrid, Denise LaRocque, Star Lake: Dog Care: Gloria McAdam, Gouverneur and Trudy Kirkey, Canton. Electircal: Max Tessmer, Gouverneur, Stephen McKnight, Madrid. Leadership: David Davis, Cantoa Forestry: Nancy Snyder, Canton. Safety: Mike Race, Canton, Trevor Acres, Madrid, Theron Hewitt, Colton. Home Economics Medals: Achievement: Janet Chase, Massena, Marion Reynolds, Richville and Ellen Patten, Lawrenceville; Bread: Judith Smith, Gouverneur, Brian Acres, MadridrConnie Spillman, Gouverneur. Clpthingr 1 TirerTLangtry, Hammond; Barbara- Daniels, Potsdam, Debbie Deugaw, Norwood, Jeanne Terrillian, Canton, Patty Hyde, Massena and Carol Anderson, Gouverneur.. Consumer Education: Mitti Lou Theobald, Pot- sdam. Dairy Foods: Kennon Jones, Sylvia Jones, Madrid, Susan Noble, Canton and Lou Ann Fisher Madrid. HJome Environment: Jodi Thomas,\ Potsdam; Vicki Pharoah, Canton. _ _Home Management: Sandy Mallory, Lisbon. Food & Nutrition: Janet Hargrave, Madrid, Carolyn Fuller, Marilyn Tyler jGouverrieur, and Betty Ellen. McKnight, Madrid. Food Preservation: Kathy Acres, Madrid; Leadership: Janice McKnight, Madrid, Julie_ Thofnas, Potsdam and Cajrol Dusharm,; Heuvelton. Honorable Mention: Suzanne Kelly and Sara Parrow. ,', \ * Several hours of dancing completed Iftie evening. Teachers for Handicapped To Meet Nov. 30 THe November meeting of the St. Law. - Franklin Co. Assoc, of Teachers of the mentally handicapped scheduled for November 29th will be held on November 30th at 4:30 p.m. at the St. Lawrence Inn in Canton. Assemblyman Dan Haley will speak on .the N.Y.S. Legislature and programs for children with special needs. Parents, teachers and in- terested community persons are welcome to attend. Dinner will follow the meeting. For information and reservations please call the special education center in Balmat at 287-3591. Methodist Sunday Schedule The first Sunday in Advent will be observed at' the First United Methodist Church with special services at 10 a.m. The Advent Services have been designed and prepared by Mrs. Clement Dailey, Joseph R. Jennings and Rev. M. Russell Lee. Each Sunday during Advent, one family of the church will participate in the Liturgy of the Day. . Rev. Mr. Lee will have as his sermon topic \We've Only Just Begun\ with the BcriptSre\Reading~taken from the 12th chapter of Genesis verses one thru three. Special music by the church choir under the direction of Mr. Jen- nings will include an anthem \The Angel Gabriel from Heaven Came\ which is an old Basque Carol. A nursery tor infants and small children will be conducted on the lower level of Fellowship Hall during the morning worship service. Church School will be held at 9 a.m. with classes for all ages. The. Adult Bible Study Group which meets in the Fellowship Hall will focus their discussions upon the \Aprocrypha\. A special introduction will be made by Mrs. Robert Smith. ' i Norfolk bridge Norfolk bridge pictured in national historical magazine The wrought iron bridge spanning the Raquette River between Norwood and Norfolk; adjacent to the abandoned mill and hainlet of Yaleville, ispictured as oheramong a group of significant American bridges in the December issue of \American Heritage,\ the widely circulated and highly respected historical publication. . The article pictures and describes, for the most part, certain massive or historical bridges which have been significant in some way to engineering development. The Norfolk1>ridge;while' not individually distinguished in this way, ;is regarded as an outstanding, specimen of the wrought iron parabolic, truss, patented in 1878 and erected as a specialty of the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. of East Berlin, £onn. According_to_Jhe. article, the wrought iron, bridge had been generally superseded by steel and close to obsolescence when this span was built; in 1893, but the style remained popular for several decades both because of its gracefulness and the aggressiveness of tne company's salesmen. Although the Norfolk bridge is somewhat neglected in appearance it is generally well preserved and the article describes -it—as representing- an \arresting form.\ Itj stands ap- proximately upon the boundary of -Potsdam and JNprfol^jt''wnships. , ; r u Open A Brand Name Watches For Men And Women PRIME TIME TELLERS PRICED BUDGET-LOW Get here early. The:selectionjs as terrifitfas the low'.price. Brand name best sellers in tailored and ultra-fashionable designs with such smart cases,' updated dials, handsomeleather, .' chain;Or novelty straps. Great values for school ...career. ..gift- giving. Shop, compare. 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