THURSDAY, jqY THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Page 18 I -i Haywood 4-H Club Group Enjoy Camp ( 32 Girls and Boys From i Haywood Spend Time At Camp; Receive Honors. Thirty-two 4-H club members returned from a successful camp at Swannanoa. Twenty-two boys and ten girls attended camp. Instructions were given in handi crafts and entomology. The boys and girls made baskets by the latest methods and mounted in sects by a new method. This was one of the most successful camps ever attended. Haywood boys won the cham pionship in softball. Kay Mann was champion diver and swimmer in the junior division. Bobby Rhea was champion swimmer in, his di vision. "The Haywood club members were all good campers and conduct id themselves in a ladylike and gentlemanlike manner," said an official of the camp. The following boys and girls at tended: Girls: Lillian Pressley Bethel club; Novella Clark, Jean Hall, Fay Hall, Mildred Parks, Betty Jean Rice, Frances Williams, all of Beaverdam club; Edith No land, Fines Creek club; Jessie Lee Siler, Beaverdam club; Dorothy Cole, Canton club. Boys: G. K. Dotson, Max James, Wayne Green, Reeves Ferguson, of the Fines Creek club; Jonathan Caldwell, H. R. Caldwell, Jr., Bil lie Jim Bradshaw, Ben Davis, Glenn Davis, Howard Chambers, of the Crabtree club; Calvin Francis, Waynesville club; T. J. Powell, William Whiteside, Davis White side, Clifford West of the Bethel club; John Powell, Neil Grogan, Neil McCracken, Beaverdam club; Ray Mann, Canton club; Bobby Rhea, Beaverdam club; and Glenn Tatham, Canton club, Haywood Farmers Asked To Study New Legislation The farmers of Haywood county will share with those throughout the state and the nation in the $25,000,000 parity loan legisla tion recently passed in Congress, according to an announcement by state authorities. The North Carolina Farm Bureau in co-operation with the American Farm Bureau sponsored the legis lation which will benefit the farm- ers growing tobacco, cotton, pea nuts, and wheat. A meeting, one of four district conferences to be held in the state, will take place at the Bun combe county court house in Ashe ville,: Tuesday, July 22nd, accord ing to the county farm agents, for the purpose of .explaining the bene fits each farmer will receive from this new legislation. Plans will also be inaugurated for an organized movement throughout the state to get tem porary parity legislation made per manent and to start a campaign for parity loan benefits to producers of non-basic crops like truck produce and vegetables. The farm bureau is bringing tJ the state some of the outstanding agricultural leaders in the Unit ed States for the discussions. The list includes J. B. Hutton, pres ident of the Commodity Credit Corporation and Walter Randolph, president of the Alabama Farm . Bureau.:: : . 1940 Burley Crop In Haywood Sold For $131,571.01 The Haywood county farmers re ceived a total of $131,571.01 for the burley tobacco grown on farms last year, according to figures re cently compiled in thexounty farm agent's office. The total acreage was 694.01 acres, with 709,962 pounds sold on the market. The crop would have been larger but was damaged In certain sections of the county by storms and high winds. It is estimated that the crop this year will be in the neighborhood of that last year. It would have ex ceeded it had not the drought in the early season damaged to some extent the plantings. The first newspaper was estab lished in the state in 1749 at New Bern and was called The North Carolina Gazette. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administrator of the estate of Emma Dawson, de ceased, late , of Haywood County, North Carolina, this is to notify all -nersons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Waynes ville, North Carolina, on or be fore the 30th day of lane, 1942, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons in debted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 30th day of June, 1941. j. h. McDonnell, Administrator .Eniraa Dawson, Ne. 1066 Juky MMT-24-S1-A. 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