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A Weekly Sponsored Advertising Column of Things New and Interesting
NEW YORK, N. Y\, Sept. 15th—Profes
sional football can take a real bow for the
fine results of one game this year . . . the
New York Giant—Green Bay Packer tilt
September 20th. All profits go to the
Fresh Air Fund which has enabled close
to a million under-privileged kids from
the street!* of New York to spend two
weeks in a clean, health-giving summer ramp. Though
still dubbed the “all-Star” game, this one, eighth of its
kind, will find the college stars missing, and two of the
best pro teams battling it out.
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THE FRUITS OF THE KITCHEN—Mrs. William H. Cockerlll,
Loudoun County home demonstration agent, holds two blue
ribbon winners among the canned goods and breads exhibited
yesterday at the Loudoun 4-H Fair. —Star Staff Photo.
Winners Are Chosen
From 100 Exhibits at
Loudoun 4-H Fair
By James Birchfield
Star Staff Correspondent
PURCELLVILLE, Va., Sept. 14.—
Loudoun County 4-H Club boys and
girls—those who In a few years will
become the county's agricultural
leaders—placed on display at the
11th annual county-wide 4-H Fair
here today examples of the work
they have accomplished during the
More than 50b persons—farmers
and merchants and their families—
visited the hundred-odd exhibits
which included field crops, vege
tables, canned goods, clothing, flow
ers and livestock.
Brothers Take Prizes.
Held under the direction of the
county extension staff, headed by 1
County Agent J. R. Lintner. the
Loudoun fair has become an insti
tution among events of its kind and
is one of the few county-wide 4-H
exhibitions still held in Virginia.
Among the livestock exhibitors,
the Arnold brothers of Lucketts took
two firsts with their Angus and
Hereford calves and moved up to
the grand championship with the
Angus. This is the second year the
Arnolds have shown the grand
champion baby beef. First in the
Shorthorn class w’ent to Edgar Til
lett of Waxpool.
In the dairy classes, grand cham
pionship ribbons went to Ray Fields,
2nd. Round Hill for his Holstein
heifer and to Frankie Cornwall, i
Round Hill, for his Guernsey heif-.'
er. In the dairy fitting ,and show
ing classes, Bobby Potts, Purcell
ville, took first in the junior divi-!
sion and Ray Fields in the senior
Girl Wins Most Firsts.
Among the 4-H Club exhibits, first;
place in both the junior and senior'
groups were won by the Lincoln
In the junior canning classes,;
Irene Fleming, Lincoln, won more
first prizes than any of her competi
tors. Miss Fleming took blue rib
bons for apple sauce, blackberries,
peaches, beets, peas and com.
First prizes in the field crop open
classes went to the following;
Hybrid corn, Edwin Everhart,
Harpers Ferry; open pollinated corn,
Aubrey Jeffries, Purcellville; tallest
corn, Roger Fields, Round Hill; ;
barley, Roger Fields; wheat. Atlee
Sanbower, Lovettsville; orchard
grass, Joy Ann Kessling. Lovetts-:
ville; largest field pumpkin, Bob
BENTON'S Clothing is made to
your individual measure for
smarter appearance, better fit
and more comfort at reasonable
We hove just received 100 dif
ferent fabrics and patterns that
now are available for your fall
Full Dress Suits, Tuxedos
Clerical Frocks ond Vests
Topcoats and Overcoats
Or you moy furnish your own
woolens for the above garments.
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Grubb, Purcellville; tomatoes, Rob
ert Ellis, Leesburg; potatoes, Mack
Ward, Hamilton; alfalfa, Bobby
Potts; garden vegetables, Roger
Other features of the fair included
a pony show, a greased pig contest
and a parade of exhibitors.
Lee to Address PTA
E. Brooke Lee, member of Mary
land-National Capital Park and
Planning Commission, will address
a meeting of the Montgomery Blair
High School Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
Maryland Fair Plans
Horse Weight Pulling
A weight pulling contest by horse
teams will be featured in the three
day Southern Maryland Fair to be
held at the Upper Marlboro fair
grounds commencing October 14,
William T. Davis, secretary of thei
fair association, said yesterday.
A total of $10,000 in prizes will
be awarded in livestock and agri-1
cultural competitions, but as yet no 1
estimate has been made of how
many exhibitors will take part in
The fair will be open each day
from 9 a.m. to 5 -p.m. Judging will
take place on the morning of the
first, day while the pulling contest
will be on the second day.
School Head to Speak
Dr. Edwin W. Broome, superinten
dent of Montgomery County schools,
will discuss school expansion plans
Neiv Beauty and Dignity
for Your Church Service
0 /"V VER 7,000 churches now enjoy
gloriously rich, superbly satis,
fying organ music with the mag
nificent new Hammond Organ. The
Hammond is easy to install (no altera
tions are required), inexpensive to
maintain (the Hammond cannot get out
of tune), and easy to operate (anyone
who can play the piano can play the
Consult Us About } our‘Church Organ Problems.
Listen to “Symphonic Mosterpieces" Every Sunday
► 2:05 to 3 P.M.—Stotion WINX A
at a dinner meeting of the com
munity services and planning divi
sion of the county Community Chest
and Council at 6:15 p.m. Wednes
day at the Hungerford Tavern,
Don't Blame The'Movie—
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Styling that is a treat for the eyes! Comfort that will
make you sigh with delight! The 3-piece suite consists
of Settee, Lounge Chair and Channel Chair. All mas
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and covered in luxurious and durable Persian Mohair
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5-Tube 1946 Emerson in
Modern Plastic Cabinet
It's a beauty—and it performs even
better than it looks. Two-tone plastic
cabinet with clear-vision dial. We
have many more fine Emersons at
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Lorge fire-pot. New,
smort design with a
porcelain enamel and
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