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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - July 15, 1968, Norwich, New York
Four h Champion Ewe at Chenango county fair sheep show Friday was tins Suffolk exhibited by Nancy Hall left of Sherburne who received a trophy donated by or. And Sun staff photo mrs. Albert Foster of Norwich. Presenting the trophy right is miss Dorothy Munkenbeck of Schenevus new York state Wool Queen. Sherburne girl s Ewe Champion a Suffolk owned by miss Nancy Hall of Sherburne was named grand Champion 4-h Ewe in the sheep show at Chenango county fair this year. The show was held Friday at the Fairgrounds. Miss Hall received a trophy donated by or. And mrs. Albert Foster of Norwich. Miss Dorothy Munkenbeck of Schenevus new York state Wool Queen attended the show and presented ribbons to the show winners. Bonnie Goodwin of Guilford exhibited the Champion Dorset aged Ewe and also won the 4-h Reserve grand championship. In the fitting and showmanship contest for sheep exhibitors David Goodwin of Guilford was named grand Champion and miss Hall Reserve Champion. Miss Halls Ewe was named Champion of Breed for Suffolk in 4�?h Competition and Louise Cooley of Norwich showed the Shropshire Champion of Breed an Ewe Lamb. David Goodwin a aged Ewe two years and Over won the Champion of Breed for Corriedale in both 4-h and open classes. In the open class Richard Goodwin Guilford showed the Dorset Champion of Breed an aged Ewe Albert Foster Norwich the Champion Cheviot a yearling Ewe Ernest Church new Berlin Suffolk a yearling Ewe and Edna Church new Berlin Champion Rambouillet also a yearling Ewe. Serving As judge in the sheep show was Douglas e. Hogue of Cornell. South Otselic by mrs. Lewis Lamb mrs. Elizabeth Dutton is spend ing two weeks with her daughter mrs. John Fox in South Carolina. Skip Dutton has a Job with his brother in Law in the Northern part of the state. Mrs. Camilla Franklin of St. Monday july 15, 1968 Rev. And m is. Benoit welcomed Sherburne the Rev. And mrs. Donald p. Benoit of West Edmeston were honoured at a Public reception sunday afternoon at the Village Baptist Church. The Rev. Benoit has just accepted a Call As pastor of the \ Village Baptist Church. He has been serving the Parish As interim pastor since the Rev. Roy Ashman left in Early Winter to accept a Call to a Binghamton Church. Prior to that he had served As interim pastor in both Earlville and Norwich. Mrs. Jay Van Wagner was chairman of the hostess committee and was assisted by mrs. Arthur deter and mrs. Harold Fagan. Punch and sandwiches were served from a beautifully appointed table carrying out a Pink and White color scheme. The table was entered by a bouquet of Pink and White carnations and Pink snapdragons. The lace Bible cloth was hand made in Brazil. The Rev. And mrs. Benoit and their family will continue to reside in West Edmeston. They also own and operate the Deer path restaurant. Mrs Benoit received the guests in a Sheath of textured Green material and wore a Pink and White Carnation Corsage. The Rev. Benoit had a White Carnation boutonniere. The even ing Sun 5 to enforce junk ordinance new Berlin complaints of violations of the town s junk car ordinance triggered a discussion of the junk car situation and the need for strict enforcement. The discussion will be continued at the next meeting supervisor Merritt Meyers said. The new Berlin ordinance prohibits More than one non serviceable vehicle to be parked on property within the town. Tile Board voted to Purchase a used truck and Snow plow for $9,500. Only one bid was submitted. Keep them rolling on the farm service dial 334-7673 Davis tire service 34 Hale St. Horwich. N y. Missionary to speak at Earlville Church i now playing Earlville a the Rev. Dewey o. Huston a newly approved assemblies of god missionary to Malawi East Africa will be guest speaker on tuesday july 16, 730 . At the Earlville Assembly of god Abbott Avenue Earlville the Rev. Charles Flach pastor has announced. The Huston will be teaching in one of the assemblies of god Bible schools and also will be Peterburg mrs. Al engaged in general missionary Best tractor operators in county these two youths will represent Chenango county in tile tractor operators contest at the new York state fair this year. They won top honors in the two divisions of the tractor operators contest at Chenango county fair last week. Charles Rowe left of Norwich 14, won first place in the Junior div Ision and Timothy comings right 17was tops in the senior division. The boys were required to pass written and daily maintenance tests in addition to driving a tractor through a prescribed course at the fair. There were 21 contestants this year. Orence Wilcox of North Norwich were monday guests of mrs. Maud Truesdell. Mrs. Esther Brown spent from wednesday to sunday with her son Nathan and family in Bainbridge. Mrs. Frances Spooner Ossyra. Cuse has been a guest of her Sis. Ter mrs. Ina Crozier. Mrs. Minerva Shapley suffered a stroke thursday morning and was taken to Chenango memorial Hospital. Mrs. Velma Robinson and daughter mrs. Gerald Rogers of Brookfield called on mrs. Elsie Lamb saturday. Work during their first term of service. Or. Huston has received his . Degree from Atlantic Christian College in Wilson North Carolina and his masters of education from the University of Hartford in Hartford Conn. Mrs. Huston received her . From Florida Southern College in Lakeland flu. After or. Huston received his . Degree he and his wife pioneered an assemblies of god Church in Wilson North Carol Ina. Since that Tinam they have assisted in different capacities in churches in Ohio connect Cut and Newfoundland Canada. Or. Huston was a chaplains assistant while serving in the United states army and has been employed As probation officer for the juvenile court in Cleveland Ohio French teacher at Horace Porter school Columbia. Connecticut and French teacher at the pentecostal Central High school Lewisporte Newfoundland Canada. Both or. And mrs. Huston Are graduates of South Eastern Bible College Lakeland Fla. Or. Huston served As editor of the 1960 Sec yearbook. Mrs. Huston was salutatorian of her graduating class received the flame citizenship award was the editor of the Sec newspaper Ami assistant editor of the 1957 yearbook. During this special missions rally costumes and color slides will be featured. The carpetba66ers Joseph e. Levine lira Irnen Nevada Smith technicolor Pana Viman go his Puu vision i a ii a Moun t in Al Usi a vat i <1 Xii i min a a a a i elks honoured at county fair preceding the grandstand show Friday night which featured Sonny James and die Southern gentlemen a plaque recognizing the Community services by Norwich Lodge of elks 1222 was presented to Robert Slater exalted ruler. Harrison d. Sawyer president of the Chenango county agricultural society made the presentation. The presentation commemorated the 100th anniversary of Elk som and the 57th anniversary of Norwich Lodge Poe 1222. The grandstand audience included some Loyal country music fans for it accorded Sonny James and the Southern gentlemen with a tremendous applause. New Berlin Center in fact applause often preceded a number after it had been announced. A violin feature by the Star of the show won a tremendous response from the audience. Saturday night the Jack Koch Man Auto thrill show rung the curtain Down on the 121st annual Chenango county fair which had a perfect week weather Wise. Vacation Money up to sgoo00 fast Call Bob Van Zandt mar. Public loin co. Inc la so. Broad St., Norwich 334-3241 hey kids i by mrs. . Anson mrs. Milton Anson Arni son spent several Days recently with her parents or. And mrs. Albert Morin . Miss Ruth Armstrong is spend ing some time with miss Wanda Benjamin at new York City. Recent callers of or. And mrs. Louis schermerhorn have been or. And mrs. Frank Holley of Sidney Arthur Maginnis of Leonardsville and mrs. Ralph Burch of it. Upton. Or. And mrs. Harland Anson returned Home saturday night from visiting their Nephew and family or. And mrs. Boyd Bailey at Maple Plain Minn. Or. And mrs. Donald Storrs and daughter of sanitarian Springs were saturday dinner guests of his parents or. And mrs. Robert Ornstead. Jug Colonia = 35 in Ronan St tra oils now playing Fri. Sat Sun sunday matinee 2 a evenings 7 and 9 . Oooo a us cd Okas Cut Mckie Box i in i Check these values shop monday Nite til 9�?� i Quot Mirro to Quot Fry pan with new hard Bond super Tough Teflon finish Mirro aluminium Foh 2 Rolls ii Quot �i5 i .24 y Brightman next to the upper Bank a megaton in comic explosions a a uproariously funny a time Magazine new York daily news i i Paramount pictures presents. Jack Lemmon and 7 Walter Matthau Are the Odd couple say no More. Product Howard w Koch a age nit sars a scr to pm Neil Simon by a Mon a i to. Muj c Neal Hefti a a Howard w och i,0, Panama of Checof or a Parah unt pics re the evening Sun invites you to a join the fun a thursday afternoon at the movies half Price a a j a a for with the evening Sun Coupon use the Coupon from this and to go to the movie thursday afternoon at half Price admission with Coupon 50 without Coupon doors open i .-movie starts at i . 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