50 YEARS AGO

Record Observer - - Opinion -

The Queen Anne’s County 4-H camp opened last Mon­day with a scurry for more cots as a record 73 campers ar­rived for the week. The 46 new campers were as­signed to the four In­dian tribes — Chop­tank, Patux­ent, Susque­hanna, and Tuck­a­hoe — around which many of the week’s ac­tiv­i­ties wee cen­tered.

Each morn­ing craft ses­sions were held in the recreation hall. Club lead­ers, camp di­rec­tors, and campers pro­vided in­struc­tions and su­per­vi­sion in the mak­ing of triv­ets, medal­lions, lan­yards, bracelets and comb cases.

Af­ter crafts, assem­bly pro­grams were held cen­tered around the camp theme of “Take a Peek at Na­ture.”

• • • At the morn­ing ser­vice on Sun­day at Marvin Me­mo­rial Church a lovely duet was pre­sented by Mr. Charles Cop­page and Mr. Earl Price ac­com­pa­nied by Mrs. Betty Nick­er­son, one of the church’s pi­anists.

The Rev. and Mrs. W.O. Hack­ett of Hill­crest, Del., vis­ited Mrs. R.L. Booker who re­mains quite ill at this time. Mrs. Molly Pin­der of Ch­ester­town is spend­ing some time at the Booker home.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myer were din­ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eu­gene Lar­ri­more and chil­dren of Greens­boro last Sun­day evening.

• • • Pub­li­ca­tions of a new ge­o­logic map of Mary­land was an­nounced to­day by the Mary­land Ge­o­log­i­cal Sur­vey.

The map is a com­pi­la­tion of the cur­rent knowl­edge of the ge­ol­ogy of the state and was pre­pared over the past three years bu Emery T. Cleaves, Jonathan Ed­wards Jr. and John D. Glaser of the sur­vey staff.

Ninety-four vivid color pat­terns rep­re­sent­ing the ge­o­logic for­ma­tions are de­picted on the map which mea­sures 58 by 42 inches and has a scale of one inch equal to four miles. The ge­o­logic pat­terns are su­per­im­posed on a base which shows roads, towns, rail­roads, streams and other im­por­tant cul­tural and nat­u­ral fea­tures.

• • • Last Fri­day evening Charles Zakarain re­lin­quished the gavel of the of­fice to newly in­stalled Pres­i­dent Jack Thompson at the Kent Is­land Li­ons Club’s an­nual in­stil­la­tion of of­fi­cers held at the Kent Is­land Yacht Club.

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