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CHILDREN SEE FARM ANIMALS—Brooke Johns, former Montgomery County commissioner,
shows a group of children ^rom Camp Kilmarock, Takoma Park, two of his Holstein calves. Mr. Johns’ farm near Olney, Md., is open to visitors on Saturdays and Sundays.—Star Staff Photo, __ .... ♦-— Children See Domestic Animals On Visit to Brooke Johns Farm Washington area children wno get their knowledge of domestic farm animals in books or by look ing at pictures can get a first hand view of them by visiting the farm of Brooke Johns near Olney, Md. Every Saturday and Sunday Mr. Johns, one-time Ziegfeld Follies 'Pool Frolic' Planned By Recreation Office The District Recreation De partment’s annual ’’Pool Frolics” will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Takoma swimming pool, Fourth and Van Buren streets N.W. Feature of the frolics will be the selection of Miss Recreation from 21 girls, 17 years of age or under, who will represent play grounds in the District. The girl selected will reign over the frolics on a special throne dominating the stage at the head of the pool. The Miss Recreation contest is sponsored by the National Auxil iary No. 127, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Recreation Depart ment. V Mrs. Ethel JSendlak. chairman of the youth activity committee of the auxiliary, and Clint Price, program organizer for the Recre ation Department, are in charge of the contest. Judges will be Mrs. Lena Roux, president of the Ifetional Capital Auxiliary, VFW: Mrs. Edith Hiser, depart ment president of the Ladies Aux iliary, VFW; Miss Virginia Berry, dancing instructor; Miss Bettie McNamara. Times-Herald report er, and Art Brown, of Radio Sta tion WOL. The frolics will Include water ballet numbers, dicing exhibitions, canoe tilting and specialty num bers. __ Overflow Crowd Expected At Hoover Birthday Party f By tht Xivpca'pH Pr»j» , STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif., Aug. 6.—The heavy demand for tickets today indicated an over flow crowd in excess of 8,000 for 'the 75 th birthday celebration, August 10, in honor of Herbert Hoover. • Thousands more of his friends are sending best wishes to the former President from all over the world. Some of the letters are accompanied by checks for the (Hoover Library on the campus of this alma mater. ! Mr. Hoover will climax the spe cial program here Wednesday with ;a speech on the subject, "Think of the Next Generation.” It will be broadcast nationally. Officers of the Hoover Institute and Library say they have a few birthday surprises for "the chief." They're keeping it a secret._ star ana iormer Montgomery County commissioner, holds “open house” at his farm. There, the children can see and pet goats, horses, cows, rabbits, guinea hens and turkeys while their parents look over hand-made articles in the barn. Youngsters as well as older per sons also can see how a farm is operated by going out in the field and watching agricultural ma-, chinery in action. 22 West Virginia Areas To Share School Fund By the Associated Pres* CHARLESTON, W. Va., Aug. 6. —Twenty-two of West Virginia's 55 counties will share in an Au gust distribution of *867.000 in State aid for schools. Budget Director D. L. Gainer said today. Mr. Gainer said only those counties w'hich requested funds were included in the distribution. The money will be used largely for summer maintenance and re pairs. The distributiton included: Berkeley *20,000: Hardy $15, 000: Jefferson $30,000. KEEP OUT THE HEAT!! 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