Winners Are Announced In 4-H Grooming Contest Approximately 95 members of the Raleigh County 4-H Club participated participated in the annual "Good Grooming Contest" in Beckley Saturday. Blue ribbon winners were announced yesterday by Clarence Woolen, county 4-H club agent. Twenty-four clubs were represented represented in the event. The contest was In two divisions divisions -- "dress up" and "casual wear." Contestants were classified classified as junior (under 14) and senior senior (over t4). Winners ot the dress up divi- 2 FLORIDA JUVENILES HELD ON CAR THEFT Beckley Stnte Police reported yesterday that two Florida juveniles juveniles who stole n 1950 automobile from the Phillips Motor Co. at Sophia Sophia were apprehended a t ' Independence, Independence, Va., by stale police. The youllis were turned over lo the Federal Bureau of Investigation Investigation for prosecution on oltarges of taking n stolen motor vehicle Across n slate Mile. A representative representative from Phillips Motor Co. left last night for Independence to lot sion in Ihe senior boys group Bobby Beau of Crab Orchard and Emmctt Pnrkcr of Pomberton. Junior boys winners were Frankie Rakes of Beaver, Danny Hamilton of Sprague, Harold Calhoun of Midway, George Smith of Mabscott, Mabscott, Richard Dove of. Daniels, and Harold Harris of Mount View. Senior girls in thc*dress up division division who won blue ribbons were Miranda Mills of Woodrow Wilson High School, Donna Sweeney of Shady Springs, Sandra Reed of Beckloy. Girls winning in the junior junior section were Lois Conner of Daniels, Carol Kclley of Sophia, and Shelby Stump of Eccles. Robert Buokland of Shady Springs and Roger Harper of Daniels won the- senior boys division division In the casual wear compeli- tlon. In the Junior division, the winners Included Richard Baird of Crab Orchard, Terry Manning of Mabsco'.l, Robert Snydor of Sprsguc, and Billy Shrewsbury ol Daniels. Also In the casual wear compctl' (Inn, Isabcll Griffith of Shady Spring won Die ,-enlor division I'cggy Con 1 -, of Beckley nnd Brenda Jones of S.'plua won the junior Vision.