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THE BEAUFORT NEWS BEAUFORT, X. C.
Thursday, June 17, 1937
The Tar Heel
By C. S. LONG
The :ld saying that all work and
no play makes Jack a dull boy,
certainly true of Future Farmer
work. In order that the boys may
com'.' back to their work renewed
an.l refreshed, chapter leaders should
provide plenty of recreation in the
The Young Tar Heel Farm.-r
Camp is a feature of the state or
ganisation of Future Farmers ot
Ameiica in North Carolina. It i
ov . by the st;ite organization and
is for in. purpose of offering a
ivfii; :; n;;ting each summer by evcr
. ; ilectinjj to Jo so. There were
2(i'i. ',-y:-. who attended last season
vhu : mm a record atendance dur
ing f : t ij?ht seasons since t:.e camp
v;.s icd i,i 1928. With more chap'
ti'i; ::: the state this year and with
economic conditions aj they a ;
larger attendance is expected thi-seasun.
This camp is located at V.
Lake in Bladen County. The Like i
one of the most beautiful ia tn.
state and offers fine recreau. n i'j.
boys of any age. The camp at p.-i-ent
! is twelve cottages fur boya,
which will accomodate 360 filled to
capacity; a ainmg nau large enough
to set 252 boys, wi;'i kitchen space
and equipment for f.jding this num
ber; a c ttage witl .jven rooms for
teachers' wives and their guests; and
two large bath houses. The camp em
ploys a dietitian to look after prep
aration of all meals and an athletic-
director and assistant who have
charge of athletic and swimming ac
tivities of the different chapters. In
addition, instruction in swimming,
basketball, and other games is giv
en when requested. All these activi
ties are on a competitive basis be
tween chapters in attendance. Last
season the Newport boys ranked
first place with a score of 200 points
for the week. The highest score for
the entire season was 20.".
TROPHIES FROM GULF; STREAM
I i j I H in a in. i l
MI-.-M H I , r ,m.r- .. -t r ,B (
: O I'k
! Monday with th;
.'.viti oiliciating, s
M. L. Simmons. In:
ri,S!fnten ?oIPhiB -d Ave amberjack taken by two analer. rm .
??Streaa?htag ofl CaP lookout to no record buMt ll . 2rJJ
iXfItu?' weight funds' h.' $$
amberjack about 25 pounds. This was the first catch of the 1938 aeaion
lautrettn"lfhe,KhW been. made 03 CaPe Lookout in thGuS
flJSJh ! S been because of unfavorable off-shore weather Thl
niit catch last season was made on June 12 . ne
The anglers making the catch were Ritchie Peery, Tazweli, Va and
Aycock Brown of Beaufort, with Capt. Jess Pagels i guide TheJ e
shown in he photo. Hundreds of dolphin and ataosT as many ab"!
ssKWi"- reei angiers in the Gu s 20
Garner died Sunday fu!'u".ving
,":calibn of siimer.ts. He was
.i i.i;)o.tvd faimrr of the Newport
F.r.'.U 1 section.
I he deceased was t-.. ic- married,
nrtt to the late Mrs. A!; G. Game:.
To .1: 's union the iVi- :.;; ch;'...!rc;i
survive: Mrs. N. Ta:o.. Mr. Nash
P. in. 1 . Mrs. Letha FuhVri. C;itez.
!. '.1. T R. firr' V .. 11.
Quinn and Mis. luji Xw-
r ::: P. ynr.-.d I. ".::'. : . port
r.nd R.Ip G.-:i.-r, Ji'.k. His
sccoi.,1 wife, M c. .-r.t:t, Garni." and
the f. ilowin:; ' ':.(.: . -j.-vi-.v;
.MI.': . All! an-J Clara Belie Gar
ner, : 0. Garn r, Donald Gain
er a;i'i M ;. 0:to S'.aug:.ter of New
poit r.r.rl yi.s. Vernon S.uu,hter
Sv;-- . . One sister. Sirs. Julia
Rohe:t. .ml t.so brothers, vV. H.
Garner and Alex D. Garner of New
nor; r.bo survive.
M. R. and Joe Ann Davis and was
born at Stacy where she made her
home until TJ21. Three children sur
vive: Miss Lula Masjn of Morel.ead
City, Mrs. J. H. Smith, Newport and
Welton Mason. One brother J. H.
Davis of More-head City also survives.
Fourteen club b..ys a ho are mem
o: 2 cu.b Slade-vilSe in
. Coa:.iy v ?: j entertained at
ui-t r ! ' -Iv. VV. E. No'iie, Jr., last
iei:. The bo;, s di-cjs. ed their work,
played r:,,l ''ac an e' joyable
SUBSCRIBE FOX iHE MEWS SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
gyEEN OF HIGH DIVERS.
Attractive Dorothy Poyntoit Hill,
'-' ; . - ' S3,-
inoic:- ip:.::it c'ijcs; cjntrol..
S2,C00 a year, iaraau of Eiitoai-;..
ogy r.nd Pian: Qua: antiaa.
Principal experiment station a;i
ministrator $5,600 a year Off.; a o:
Experiment Stations, Department oi
Fuil information may be obtained
from hawarl C. Jones, Secretary of
me l. i. iivu Service Board of Ex
aminers, at the post office in this
K. R. GA3N
NEWPORT Fu:-.;ra! sei vices fo:
K. R. Garner, 76, were conducted at
Bef.lehtm chare'!, Sogae a: i:3.
MOP.EHEAD CITY Fu.teral ser
. icjs frr -M:v. Polly Mason, t;j, were
inducted hete Monday, vith Rev.
V. P. Stephena oS-eiatinar. S'aa Jisd
Sun lev. Intenen: was n:a;e in
'nv Vifv cfnietery.
.-.r.i.on wiis ;.ae .:.u.,;..v:
Thousands have cbtainsd quick,
pleasant relief vflJi Oulfy'i Arrtl
Billous Pills, a rrrefcriptlon pre
pared by Dr. Chriec Duffy ef
the British navy over 12 year
ago. Large package" 25c. Trial
The acre of hemp planted as a
dmeonstration on the farm of V. D
Barbee of Seaboard, Northampton
County, is up and growing nieely.
Since boys fiom many sections of
the state are in atteniur.ee sach
week they tt many new id-. as a'j.va:
diil'erenc typt-s of fanni.ig in t:.e
state, You.ig Tar Heel activities, a-.d
oth.er actitivies connected with - ;e
vocational ugricutlural program. T:;e j
trip to and from camp allows the '
boys to observe different types ofl
farming, including marketing, such '
as the tobacco belt of the cast and
the peach section of the sa.i.ihili-i. j
Also the boys from the Piedmont j
and mour.tai.i sections have an cp
portunity, if they wish, to see ;l-
mington, Wrightsville Beach, Car;. :
lina Beach, and the Atlantic, many 1
of them for the first time. Those S
do not care to go to the ocean fin-.'
plenty of fun at the sevvrni bc:c''-
on the la!;e with plenty to eat at the
tamp three times a day.
The Y. T. H. F. Camp at White
Lake will open this season on June
21 and continue through the season,
closing August 28. Newport Agri
cultural boys are planning to at
tend this camp the week of August
1C. We are expecting a record at
tendance this season.
- In A New
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
The United States Civil Service
Commission has announced open
competitive examinations as follows:
Senior steel plate engraver (pic
ture Did vignette), $21.12 a day
(53.90 an hour for overtime); script
and letter engraver, $15.39 a day
($2.89 an hour for overtime); steel
plate engraver (picture and vignette,
$11.71 a day ($2.19 an hour for ov
ertime) ; plate printer (established
piece rates) ; Bureau of Engraving
Call For It hy
At Your Independent
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par day during th rt
doubl. th. eaolina ..pretty malnfo,ni ow
ot other wetl-kaawn nhj temperatures using na cur-
arators of aajal six. rant at all.
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IVTH A CMIELl
by a Simple Device
.WheB joa come into oar bank and
change jour travel money into
you have, by the simple device of
signature, made these Cheques your
"personal funds" spendable all over
the world but only by you and pro
tected against loss or theft by a re
d Thin protection costs only 75c for each
$100 in Cheques purchased . . available
in denominations. eC $10, $20, $50 and
Kelvinato? Gives You 5 Years Guarantee
Certificate of Low Operating Cost.
NOE HARDWARE CO.
Beaufort, N C.
Memlier Federal Deposit Insurauce
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Fiist-Cilizens Bank and
BEAUFORT, N. C.
20 day tour to the Golden We3t Leave June 21st
MEMPHIS, WORLD'S FAIR-DALLAS, GRAND CANYON, LOS
ANGELES, HOLLYWOOD, SAN FRANCISCO, SALT LAKE
CITY, YELLOWSTONE PARK, DENVER. COLORADO
SPRINGS, PIKES PEAK-GARDEN OF THE GODS, KANSAS
NEW ENGLAND AND CANADA
9 day tour, Leave August 9th
NEW YORK. EOSTON, NEW ENGLAND STATES, THROUGH
THE VALLEYS AND OVER GREEN AND
TAINS ENROUTE TO
MONTREAL AND QUEBEC
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, STE. ANNE DE EEAUPRE AND
UORENCY FALLS (274 feet) PASSING TROY AND 'ALBANY.
NIAGARA FALLS & CANADA
6 day tour leaving August 23rd
WASHINGTON, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, CROSS LAKE
ONTARIO TO TORONTO, RETURN VIA PHILALELPHIA
WITH STOP OVER.
WASHINGTON & NEW YORK
TWO (2) TOURS, 5 days each
Leaving July 13th and August 24th
ONE NIGHT IN WASHINGTON, THREE NIGHTS AND TWO
DAYS OF SIGHTSEEING AND ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW
ALL EXPENSE PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP TOURS
For prices, itineraries and descriptive literature,
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