Blaney Boys and Girls Attend FFA, JHA Camp

Blaney, June 26 — Fifteen members of the Junior Homemaker’s association of Blaney attended the J. H. A camp at Mountain Rest June 8-11.

Those attending were: Madge Black, Viola Boykin, Losi Branham, Mary Grace Branham, Ollie Mae Branham, Ruby Dowey, Evelyn McPherson, Betty Miles, Faye Miles, Betty Moore, Wilma Motley, Margaret Peake, Joyce Rabon, Helen Reyonlda, and Minnie Belle Reynolds. The J. H. A. group was accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Boykin and Miss Mildred Wood, home economic teacher.

Various activies were enjoyed under the supervision of Miss Martha Seawright, camp director; Miss Frances Nicoll, head counselor; Miss Susie Huff, recreational director; and Miss Helen Loftis, crafts director.

The boys attending the Future Farmers’ camp at Walhalla were; Junior Branham, Edward Coker, Marvin Campbell, Tommy Goff, J. R. Hornsby, Franklin Kirkland, Powell Kirkland, Jasper Moak, Denver Moak, Stanley Rabon, Fred Ross, Richard Walker and Lemuel Wooten. The F.F.A. group was accompanied by Raymond Richbourg, agriculture teacher; Auz Branham, J. L. Branham and James Goff.

Points of interest observed by both groups were Oconee State park, the Blue Ridge mountains, Blue Ridge tunnel, fish hatchery, Walhalla, and the home of John C Calhoun, Clemson.


1948.06.27 - Blaney Boys and Girls Attend FFA, JHA Camp
June 27, 1948 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Page 21

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