By HARRY VENTERS
AaaJatani County Agent
The time for summer camps
is fast approaching, and Cho
warf 4-H’ers are beginning to
get the fever. This year we
will attend 4-H Camp Millstone
. the week of June 12-17 and
there seems little doubt that we
will have our full quota of 24
boys and girls. You’ve all
heard Hhe old saying, “The
more, the merrier” and if this
year’s group is anything like
last year’s, then it will be a
merry group indeed.
Camp Millstone is located in
south-central North Carolina or
the “sand hills” section. It is
negr Rockingham, N. C.
This is one of the better 4-H
-Camps as far as facilities are
concerned. There are seven
t 1 cabins for boys and seven for
. girls. A bath house is located
; .in each of the cabin areas. Ten
campers and one agent or
' ;adult leader is assigned to each
cabin. The main building hous
jes the dining room and kitchen,
.camp store, and there are recre
ation facilities. Softball, volley
! ball and other games may be
i' Camp Millstone is located on
a lake fed by two large streams.
i They insure fresh, clean water
J-for swimming at a times. Here
j beginners are taught to swim
'during the week at camp by
instructors. Boys and
[girls that can swim are taught
jmore advanced swim strokes
.' and diving.
f Handicrafts, such as leather
! working, copper enameling, cop
' per tooling, etc., are taught by
the handicraft instructor. The
, cost of these handicraft sup
. plies is included in the $14.00
' camp fee.
■ One of the main features of
i 4-H Camp is the programs that
4-H’ers participate in. Ves
vpers is one of these programs.
! Each night at camp one of the
groups (Head, Heart, Hands or
, Health) is responsible for the
(‘Vesper program. Everyone gets
.1 an opportunity to take part and
. everyone enjoys closing a busy
day with a quiet vesper pro
Applications to attend Camp
.Millstone will be mailed to all
4-H’ers next week and will be
accepted in our office on a
“first come” basis. All appli
cations received after our quo
ta is reached will be returned.
So, if you are looking for a
wonderful week of camp, at a
very small cost, send in your
application as soon as possible
after you receive it. You’ll be
glad you did.
VOTERS OF EDENTON
I Am a Candidate For Re-election
Board of Public Works
If re-elected, I will devote my efforts
to the best interest of the Town as a
THOMAS C. BYRUM, JR.
Be Sure To Vote For 5 Candidates
• • , ; . \ •. '•'M
| Seeks Re-election
THOMAS BYRUM, JR.
Early this week, Thomas By
rum filed as a candidate for
re-election as a member of the
Board of Public Works in the
May 2 election.
20 Years Ago
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for treasurer, the first to file
in the municipal election.
Ralph E. Parrish was elect
ed president of the Eden ton
C. L. McCullers was elected
president of the Edenlon Ro
tary Club, succeeding J. Edwin
Town officials were special
guests at a barbecue dinner held
at the fire station.
Dr. P. W. Tedder, local rabies
inspector, began vaccination of
dogs in. accordance With North
A district meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary was
held in Edenton.
Revival services began in the
Methodist Church with the Rev.
A. L. Thompson of Ahoskie do
ing the preaching.
Patrolman R. L. Pratt, in a
good piece of police work, ar
rested James Howard Finney of
After being in operation about
nine months, H. Frank Allen
closed his grocery story on
Broad Street and moved to
Washington, N. C.
Miss Thomasine Ward won
first place in a 4-H Club dress
contest held at Chowan -High
’ Jar Week was observed in
both white and colored schools
for the purpose of securing jars
for use in the garden and can
’ Dr. John W. Warren was se
lected *as club physician for the
Lancaster baseball club, which
was training in Edenton.
Tom Ridgeway returned Fri
day from Edgecombe General
Hospital at Tarboro, where he
underwent an operation on his
knee. He is .gradually recup
erating, being able to be about
by use of a cane.
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