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Kenneth Flouhpuse and Bill Strawn (team of two), winners of the contest.
Marjorie Given from Webster County, W. Va., demonstrates preparing a clothing dye.
Left: June Helmick, right: Betty Miller.
Boys eating between-meal snack.
A young boy hangs signs after a craft.  The signs read "A 4-H Club Member Lives Here."
Johnny Parks, winner of the contest, demonstrates his method.
Tree conservation project displayed by Richard Johnson.
R.J. Friant, Extension agronomist, WVU, discussed the results of the 1955 contest at Vo-ag Room, Clay High School, where second place award was given to Howard Fitzwater.
Display featuring trees, fruits, and wildflowers found in West Virginia.
Boys relaxing during "sprawl period."
Three men wearing protective gear spray preventative pesticides from horse drawn pump.
Children in front of poultry exhibit, Pocahontas County, W. Va.
"Old and Useless made New and Useful," Display features clothing and household items that have been repaired or made from other items.
Room with chalk board and desks set up for Woman's Club meetings.
Woman's Club Meeting Room, Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Food, floral arrangements and other items on display for the Good Hope community fair.
Signs read: "For the Common Defense. Six Million Farmers have united to strengthen the nation. We have food and soil reserves unequaled in the world and Double Barreled Defense through the Farm Defense Program."
Delauder's home before renovations.
Delauder's Home after ronovations. caption reads: "They Sodded bare spots, built walks, planted shrubs, built a fence and enclosed foundation of the house."
Cross' home before renovations.
Cross' home after renovations. Caption reads: "They improved the foundation of their home."
Three women sitting in a meeting.
Man loads harvested barley into baling machine.
Men loading sacked barley harvest on truck.
Thrasher machine and baling machine in background.
Sign reads: "Pasture, West Virginia's Main Crop Needs Improvement, For Details See Your County Agent."
Top left: pasture; bottom left: farmhouse; right: farmer holding some of his crop.
Hogs, sheep and cows graze in pasture.
"Hanging primed leaves on stick in Mason County. This grower primed about 600 sticks from 1 1/2 acres in 1945."
Several tobacco farmers displaying the success of root-rot resistant tobacco plants. Men are standing in front of root-rot resistance variety plants, with smaller, recently transplanted tobacco plants in foreground.