Horse show begins
Fifty exhibitors have entered the third annual Lake Placid horse show, which opens at 1 p.m. today. They will attend a horse show breakfast at the Stevens House this morning. A steak roast on Lake Placid is planned after the last event this evening. Boats will leave ...
The project of an automobile road up Whiteface Mountain is again before the public. This time it is in the nature of a petition to be signed — a petition asking Hon. M. Y. Ferris, state senator from this district, and Hon. Fred L. Porter, member of the Assembly from ...
Lake Placid’s sports world pays unique honor to mountain farmers Thursday, Aug. 19, when Yvonne Sherman, distinguished champion figure skater, is enthroned here as queen of the Adirondack Potato Growers Association.
The tall 18-year-old brunette beauty was 1947 national ...
No on more gas
There is no provision in the regulations for rationing gasoline that provides for transportation to recreational areas; that was the answer received by Lake Placid and Saranac Lake officials to a petition for gas exemption in this area.
The petition was drawn up at a ...
Craig Wood to play
The “tops” in golf will be featured with the return home on Wednesday, July 23 of Lake Placid’s own Craig Wood. The holder of golfdom’s coveted titles, the National Open and Masters champion, this will be Craig’s first appearance on his home course, the Lake ...
Butch Martin hired
Lake Placid native Eugene “Butch” Martin has accepted the dual position of North Elba Park District manager and executive director of the Lake Placid Sports Council.
Martin, who left his duties as manager of SUNY Cortland’s arena complex, began his official ...