Clipped From Freeport Journal-Standard
ELIZABETH — Three top awards presented to a Scales Mound coed at Wisconsin State College, Platteville, highlighted the Jo Daviess County 4-H Achievement Night held Saturday Saturday at Elizabeth High School before about 225 persons. Marjorie Colin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Colin, was named one of the state's 14 delegates delegates to the National 4-H Dairy Conference in Chicago. She also received the Key Club award for achievement and was presented the gold watch for being the top agricultural club member last year. She is currently currently a college sophomore. Three other Key Club awards were presented, giving Jo Daviess Daviess County the largest number it has ever received. Those cited were the Beall twins of Apple, River, Lorna and Wilma, and| Martha Heer of Elizabeth. Similar Careers The Bealls have followed similar similar 4-H careers through nine years, excelling in clothing and room improvement projects and school and community activities. Wilma is now a freshman at the University of Illinois and Lorna a freshman at Illinois State Normal. Normal. The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beall, they are members members of the Canyon City Girls 4-H. Miss Heer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heer, has been a leader in the Rush Creek Rockets 4-H. A 4-H member for eight years, she is now attending attending Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. On Saturday she was also presented presented with a gold watch for being the outstanding home economics economics club member in the county during the past year. Roger Redington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Redington, Galena, received the alumni recognition recognition award. He is now stationed stationed with the Peace Corps in Venezuela.