Montgomery Organizations Sponsor Youth Camp; Sally Clark

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Montgomery Organizations I ' ' 9 Sponsor 4-H Youth Camp By Dorothy Borchclt Ext. Home Economist | lor from Montgomery County at- i tended along with Mrs. Dorothy MriMTrnMirn v r i T v BorcheLt, Ext. Home Economist. MONTGOMERY CITY - C athy Elsenraat, of the Rhinelan tiAOti f t/_rtljr» rtfiratiirrfif irvtio IMI-»- _i .*• *** . Twenty-two organizations in Montgomery County cooperated to sponsor eighteen children to a Special Youth Camp held June 9-12 at Sherwood Forest in Cuivre River State Park near Troy. Royals 4-H Club served as one of the eight counselors. The girls camping were Teresa, Debbie, Debbie, and Donna Hendricks, Teresa Teresa Jacobi, and Sally Clark of Montgomery City and Nancy Garbs of New Florence. The 18 campers were Donald! There were 140 girls in attend- and John Vincent, Phil and Valeria Johnson, Darrell Dobbs, Sherrill Smith, Mcrri and Adell Schlanker, Brcnda and Joyce Morton, all of Montgomery City, James Mitchell and Linda Wright Wright of Middletown, Wayne and Donna Larry Cole, Higby, New High Florence, Hill, and Rhonda Stuart, Mike and Brenda Brandenburg of Wellsville. Betty Combs of Middletown and David Cobb, New Florence, were two 4-H Junior leaders who served as camp counselors. Service clubs and organizations organizations that sponsored a child were as follows: the Montgomery Montgomery City Jaycees; New Florence Lions Club; Montgomery City Garden Club; Montgomery City Jayettes; Montgomery City Study Study Club; Bonhomie Federated Club, Montgomery City; the Pro- desse, L'Etude and Studere Federated Clubs of Wellsville; Orange Blossom, Naborly Nabors, Nabors, Willing Workers, Merrymakers, Merrymakers, Helping Hand, -Evening Charmers' and • Faithful Helpers Extension Clubs of Montgomery City; Fairview Extension Club; Jolly Jills and Busy Bee Extension Extension Clubs of Jonesburg; Happy Hour and Wellsville Hustlers Extension Clubs of Wellsville; and the Gamma Extension Club. Transportation to and from camp was provided by Mrs. Walter Toedebusch, Mrs. Bill Mozingo, Mrs. Frank Cobb, Mrs. Herbert Albrecht, Mrs. Burt Millea-, Millea-, Mrs. Don John Harness, Biiiie Miller. Rittman, Jr., and Mrs. Mrs. Last week over 90 4-Hers from Montgomery Counity attended the camp for boys and girls held near Troy. Another 4-H camp jusit for girls 9-13 years of age was tidd (from June 6-9 in Sherwood Forest near Troy. Six 4-H girls and one counse- ance who came from eight coun ties. In addition to swimming, sports and archery, they had special programs on "Color Magic," "Cooking Tips", "Nature "Nature Trails" and "Electricity". Two delegates were selected to represent Montgomery County County at the Northeast Missouri District 4-H Junior Leader Conference Conference which is being held at Kirksville, June 13-16. The delegates are Lola Finke of the Middletown Meddlers 4-H Club and Kenneth Humm of the McKittrick Merrymakers 4-H Club. The conference is planned for 4-H members carrying the Junior I/eadersWp Project and attendance is limited to 100. SPIDER MITES Although the weather has not been too favorable for spider mite population, they seem to be multiplying anyway. It would be wise for homeowners to make periodic checks of their evergreens evergreens for these pests. To check tor these pests, hold a white sheet of paper under a twig and tap the twig sharply with your hand to jar the mites onto the paper. CONTROL WEEDS Keep weeds under control, both in the tomato patch and around the patch. Many weeds are carriers of disease which will seriously affect tomato plants when transmitted by insect insect or mechanically by man. Use a good mulch or cultivate to control weeds in the tomato patch and keep the weeds around the patch mowed or cut. Already Proved on Farms

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  2. 14 Jun 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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