The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 14, 1939 · Page 5
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1939. FIVE MANY EVENTS AT FESTIVAL Program For Tomato Celebration Next Month Nears Completion. From some two thousand acres of Morgan county, W. Va., growers are bringing the first of ther yielc of tomatoes to the more than score of canneries in which opera tions will soon be under full swing Late planting by the growers this spring saved the tomato crop from destruction by frosts. As a result county growers and canners alike are looking forward to a successful season; all of which tends to en nance the third annual Tomato Fes tival which, will be held at Berkeley Springs on September 2, 3 and 4 Everyone in the community and county alike are directing all their resources and energy towards making the Labor Day week-end a memorable one to the hundred thousand people expected at Berkeley Springs to witness some part of the fete. While scores of events of entertaining nature are being planned for the visitors, the committee in charge of the celebration has not forgotten that the chief purpose of the celebration is to honor the leading crop—tomatoes. With this, in mind, prizes are being offered which will attract thousands of pounds of the growers' best tomatoes. These will be on display at prominent places at all times during the celebration and their owners will be rewarded by cash awards following the judging of the exhibits September 2. Another important addition this year to the program is the "Tomato King." For the first time since the celebration was inaugurated, the leading tomato grower will receive fitting recognition for his achievements with tomato plants and the good green earth. Chosen in a contest entered by more than fifty of Morgan county's leading growers, Harry C. Luttrell was awarded the coveted title of king of the third annual Tomato Festival. Luttrell scored seventy-eight out of a possible hundred points. The scoring took into consideration the condition of his patch, the use of good practices, maintenance of or-, panic matter in the soil, insect and i Tomato Festival Queen Miss Izetta Jewel, Jr., daughter of Izelta Miller, Kingwoocl, W. Va.. 'Washington's favorite leading lady of another decade," who will be he first West Virginia girl to become queen of the Berkeley Springs Tomato Festival since its inauguration three years ago. Miss Jewel who played with Helen Hayes in "Victoria Regina" will reign as soverign of tomato producing region Sept. 2, 3 arid She will receive her crown on the opening day from Homer A. lolt, governor of West Virginia. .isease control and final yield and uality of his product. A special program has been ar- anged for Saturday evening, open- ig day of the Tomato Festival, at vhich time the "Tomato King'' will e awarded a plaque and be inter- iewed by experts concerning his lethods of growing tomatoes. The king will ride on an especial- ly constructed float during the feature parade on Monday afternoon, September 4". Also in connection wit hthe industry, but with less interest to the layman, will be the tour of the tomato fields and canneries. This will be held on Saturday morning and will be in charge of Cou'nty Agent H. C. C. Willey. NORGE Super - Concentrator UP TO $30.oo For Your Old Stove Jones Appliance Service Joins Old Stove Roundup! See These Outstanding Norge Features: Clcnnlnsr \* easy. Flowing curves cf smooth porcelain burner makes cleaning' easy. Every burner n almmer hurner. Dual-purpose valve for simmering: and "waterless cooking' as well as heavy-duty cooking:. ~V«» «'rate ]»rougr* to interfere with flame. 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