North Carolina Newspapers

    Hoke ASCS News
Federal loan levels for eligible
tobacco have been raised 10.8
percent above 1981 levels. Secre
tary of Agriculture John R. Block
suid today.
The 1982 support levels, by kind,
.tnd comparable 1981 rates, an*:
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Kind 1982 Crop 1981 Crop
(cents per pound)
Flue-cured, types 1 1-14 175.9
Burley, type 3 1 181.3
Virginia fire-cured, type 21 123.0
Kentucky-Tennessee fire-cured types 22-23 123.0
Dark air-cured, types 35-36 109.4
Virginia sun-cured, type 37 109.4
Cigar binder, types 51-52 125.5
Cigar filler and binder, types 42-44, 53-55 90.7
Puerto Rican, type 46 94.1
Current legislation requires that
price supports be made available
for those kinds of tobacco for which
producers have approved market
ing quotas. The law requires
support levels for those kinds of
tobacco be determined by first
calculating the ratio of the average
index of prices paid by farmers
during calendar years 1979-81
(944) to the index average for 1959
(298). This ratio (3.17) is then
multiplied by the 1959 support level
for each kind of tobacco to
determine the 1982 support level.
In 1981, support prices were 286
percent of the 1959 prices; for 1982
support prices are 317 percent of
the 1959 prices.
Price support programs for to
bacco are administered by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's Agri
cultural Stabilization and Conser
vation Service through loans to
producer associations.
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unhappy marriages." Friedrich Nietzsche
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Students Celebrating
Library Week
J.W. McLauchlin School is cele
brating National Library Week
through Friday, with students
dressing as characters from favorite
books.
Here are some of the students in
costume with their teachers and
teacher aides.
They also were invited to browse
through a display of new library
books which arrived in time for the
national week.
The national observance opened
Sunday.
Girl Scout
Cookie
Sales
Hoke County Girl Scouts sold
over $21,000 worth of cookies in
this year's annual Girl Scout
Cookie Sale, Kay Thomas, Hoke
County cookie chairman, reported
Friday.
She said the total number of
cartons sold was 40 percent greater
than the number sold last year.
Nearly all the 896 cases delivered to
Hoke County this year were sold,
she said. Mrs. Thomas said that
the Scouts ordered more cookies
than customers ordered, and this
accounts for the fact that cookies
are available for sale. Anyone who
wants cookies is advised to tele
phone Mrs. Thomas at 875-2366.
Of the sales receipts, $18,816
was sent to the Girl Scout Council
in payment for cookies the Hoke
girls bought.
With
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sumption required to heat
up the unit, plus, an already
warm dryer shortens drying
time.
? Dry full loads? but
don't overload. Clothes that
can tumble freely will dry
faster and with fewer
wrinkles.
? Sort clothing into loads
of light or heavy fabrics for
the most efficient and fastest
drying.
? Make use of your auto
matic drying cycle if your
dryer has one. This cycle
shuts the machine off when
it senses that the clothing
is dry, avoiding overdrying
and energy waste.
the class.
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CHARACTERS ?? Mrs. Dial's students are displaying a variety of
storybook characters. First row ?? Tonya McCrimmon. Wendy Wood
White] Carlos Smith [ Mickey Mouse], Worthy Baker {Cinderella ) Dani
Pickett {Mother Goose ) and Anthony Lowery. Second row ~ Harrison
Daniels. Rhonda Locklear. Douglas Bullins. Sherry Blackburn. David Hill.
Tora Locklear. Ikisha McNeill and Larow Carpenter. Third row ?? Vincent
McGregor. Tinoka McGirt. Barry Oxendine. Bonnie Fields. Carlye
Cummings. Jason Calloway. Tremayne Branch. Fredrick Chavis. Stacy
Purcell. The teacher 's aide is Mrs. Freeman.
SNOW WHITE These students of Mrs. Barnes are showing the story.
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarj's. " First row. L-R ?? Pamela Jacobs.
William Maynor. Jacqueline Maynor. Lukeasia McArn. Rosulie McCrim
mon. Christopher Bratcher and Darren Barrett. Second row. L-R ? Chris
Merritt. Shawn Parker. Tammy Lock/ear. Stacey Daniels. Lekeisha Hurst.
Anthony McKoy. Gregory Black, and Wully Edwards. Third row. L-R ??
Eddie Bullard. Chico Locklear. Ginger Locklear. Nakiea Wearins. Ron
Jacobs. Paul Jones. Michael Hardin. Chequita Bratcher. Bobby Jefferson
and Sharon Beatty. Mrs. Barnes's teacher's aide is Mrs. Thomas.
STORIES' CHARACTERS ?? The students of Miss Senter's Class are
dressed as characters from these stories: "Charlotte's Web." "Curious
George." "The Gingerbread Man." "The Worried Walrus," "Sesame
Street. " and "The Ugly Duckling. " First row ?- Jo Ann Jones. Nicole Clark.
Lawrence Nicholson. Francisco King. Jefjery McLean. Second row ~
Demetra Davis. Keith Graham. Kanita Wilson. Carrie Gardner. Jason
Falls. Dolly While. Latasha Allen. Joseph Bissett. William Nelson. Lori
Frederick. Scott Locklear. Third row -- Tino Bullard. Janie Cummings.
James Patterson. Billy Cooper. Toboris Dockery. Glennise Langley. Terrill
McRae. Tisha Chavis. Tasha Haynes. Mrs. Davis is the teacher's aide for
Around Town
(( iMilinucd from pule I )
an article by the "MESSIAH"
presentation that we presented on
the front page and we had a SRO
congregation on the night of the
presentation.
it you are not able to place this
article on the front page I will
understand completely. Thanks for
all the help that you have given us
during the years that I have been in
Raeford. I appreciate it more than
you will ever know.
Sincerely,
Chris C. Watkins
Director of Music
Courthouse Squares
    

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