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a ceit a aiount
t "y t1 e houe-
t te (c.itea
t ' ' t. A bnel
e ne w vuc
, i, together with a
, t ft 1 susewife, rest the
-a of tle home. It is up
ta male home a happier,
x r and more beautiful
ii which to live. We are iu
1 much by the enyiron-
t ;ar home.,,' W" I
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'"ia " iu
Ih .1 t
-e amount of the entas
is Lft ftp to the housewife
fCto is away on busi"
i and ii Lite Retting in.
?V r' Lirtfcday, rarty must be
carrLl out; t II. D. ; Club is
me:' : ia t: 3 home, Wednesday
a.'-..i '" JJ a telegram has just
tr-en relieved, informing that an
o'l friend is coming to spend a
few days. Plans must be made' at
in tn ntArtam.tnu a ear menu,
etc. etc. ' ' ' ; " ,'
If tii? family to healthy, and it
s'.ould be. the meals must M pian-
m u to me the proper por-
portion of the various food ele
ments. The average family's' in
come is not sufficient te obtain
the services of a dietitian, so the
fcfv-ewife must render this ser-
liie fanulv's hetlth derd
much ujon the cooking. Each
thought and time is required jfi
the preparation ol a weii oaiw
efi r eal. The housewife is; re-
e year. 3.L.S i"
rortant part, ia fc ' ,.
family's health. a s -rv
follow the btu' ' t i
canning so as to store away the
correct amounts of - fruits and
vegetables per person. . ,
E00XKEEPE3, , , i '
If we art to know just where
we stand from a business stand
point, and we really should, there
must be accurate accounts kept, j
, Who is first called upon by a
sick child. Mother of course
Therefore, it is imperative that
she should have some practical
training along this line. - . .
LITERATURE 1 - '
The housewife has a wonderful
opportunity in placing good liter
ature in the home and encourag
ing the family to. read only the
best Many homes have been total
ly wrecked by trashy - literature.
There may be good books bought
at a nominal cost, or they may be
borrowed from some good library,
and oil any desired subject. MX
m resolve, dorme uus year, w
read several good books pertain
ing to farm life. ; 1
Most everyone appreciates good
music: it to the life ol any nome
What is more delightful than for
a congenial group to gather ' .in
the home and smrTogetner wose
dear old, melodies I Is there any
thing more touching than to near
mother sing "Sweet and low" to
her little onet )v , i1 ,1 .
What fun it to, on a , bright
summer afternoon, to go fishing
and make some real photographs
of the children and "Old Fanny"
orT&aybe the Wt ponyl In a few
years, as the Children grow up,
how we will cHerish snap-shots of
jthem and their pets! With a good
This 13 soiiiethirj evcryo"
houlJ partV"s i .1
some recreation. crs e'.olI
teach the chiM.'-"! l A l' n
wake games and i js s.
is a good way to kv-i de fau.Jyl
content, at home, on long winter
nights and rainy days, t Father,
too ,wiU enjoy t!:s fun I 1
-. Last but not least, every house- But eternity is in it.'' 3odi
wife should know the Lord. It is I , Minute, , .
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C 't l j I-
r.:a't c 3 it ' -
Eat it's n tj r to r a it
I muot s r if 1 1 s it,
Give account if 1 1' e it, '
Just a tiny little nui
"jMosquito Control" Essay V7in3
Mrs. Franklin D. .Boosevtlt, L
Luauur I.uth Armsirong,
sroasibla for ,the training Kaf, herlcgmerg wd ft mtle practice an a-
hters in the-fine art of oook-jgnteur can easily make good pic
tures at a decidfdly low cost , ' ,
daughters in the-
IS ost farm women do their laun
dry, or see it done, This need not
Bka MiiairtaMii i nmnrarv wan uie
uc vvnarawiv o
modern methods and conveniences.
' The average woman - has learned
to properly launder silks and wool
ens right in the home, and what
a savin! ' ,' .. ,
. There is no better place than in
' the home to make pretty clothes
Nfor oneself and family, more beau
tifully and, economically. Then,
too, there is an added advantage-
' teasing her daughters to sew, or
,-if time permits,' sewing for others.
, Every housewife should know
some of tle principles of dairying
h 6 ,e is not required
' ire of milk; butter
-atiOtt of vtensils,
11 is reo tired in these
days, if c-e is to realize their m-
ney's wo;.".i. The housewife usual
r does a great amount of ''the
and what a task, for a
--e fanlyt . '-. h, ,
lother nearly always has the
e of the chucks or sees that
' children care for them. It to
' iirportant that we.: include
in our daily diet 1 1. p
' ousewifa usually helps
...it . one k'UiiiMt tf fecal ht
t (. im lidwgfng," r '
' . li -rniiLi1ant)omf GcnttoU
t cuoamrKrtKl ol Vaahr
Thto ny seem insignificant.
but . there are many odd jobs, the
housewife mayv do, herself in her
favorite and at a great saving,
CARPENTER ' ' v -
Some women ' delight in using
the saw and hammer, in making
little improvements around v the
house. Then,' too,1 it to well . to
know some of the principles of
carpentry. ' "- - : '
The child's future, to a great
extent rests upon mother. The
child gets its early training a
round mother's knees, and it to up
to her to play her part well. ' If
she is amiable, courteous, tactful.
ambitious and dependable, - most
likely the child wiQ have , these
fine qualities. Are we housewives
good examples t We find a good
lesson in Proverbs pertaining to
child training: "Tram rp a child
in the way he should go: w and
when he is old. he will not .. de
part from it." Prov. 22:6.
i. Every housewife, regardless of
financial standing, should have an
understanding of good sound bust
nest methods; for one never
knows when the business will be
left, and often without any ezpe
rience along this line. " ?
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS ' .
) li to our duty to take an active
part in all. activities, that stand
rorden, and what a derl for the '..betterment., of community
gather fsh vegetables (life. What is more inspiring than
dew i. ..J ea them! ; 1 1 to hear the expression: "This - is
an ideal community in which to
livef v I4 .
Too much stress cannpt possibly
be put on the importance of :, f a
good education, from the vast
number of duties the housewife Is
required to perform. The children,
in order to do their best ; work,
need some help in preparing their
issignments.. This is usually lell
to mohter: she keeps a keen, over
sight ever their work, occasional
ly giving the much needed encour
agement Then when high school
's finished, it is mother who
hustles them off to college (deny
ing herself of many things in or
der that her dreams may be real
ized, for most mothers have vis
ions, that some day Junior will be
a doctor, or perhaps a minister of
t'; Co-pel: and little Jane, when
X i -ows up she will be an artist
a r.,me Ajent. A good e!aca
I 'i 1 t a Ipy t9 s"-f--s,
v 3 ' - 1 i I - ' 1 (i
tnirtloil of i flm
riqer failrond in u$
. .. ' nM.t. nmm. former U. & milliliter to Korway, wim paujr
iZert FuZan Armstrong, pictured h the recent christening cere
mony ol the twin children of Mr. and 1 .s. Robert Armstrong Jr., at
'LSXSh ich they served as godmothers. Standing be
;enXm U Mrs. John Nance Garner, wife or the vice president Th.
Armstrongs are Washington newpj:r mo. r d t
lepperT' SignsEm OTtli Rubber Stamp
' . m II- M .i Um "ly-MXTSia
An essay on "The Importance ox mosquito u:u
Memor'sV- brought a checfc ot $500 to William h. Drake.
waukee Wis. The check was presented to young Dra.k i11,11? "e
House. Photograph shows, left to right, Mrs. Henry U Doherty. who
donated! the prire; William Drake, receiving the award from
Roosevelt; Admiral Carey T. Grayson and Senator F. Ryan Duffy of
Wisconsin. The essay contest was the eighth annual in memory of Ka.
Gen. WilUam C Gorgas.r ' - , i , - ' . .
Want Dimples? Device 'Will Make 'lia
! Necessity is the mother of invention, they say. so Pepper Martin, one
.t h at ti,i rorinol atarc. does some oloneering on his own account
.before the start of a ball game. , . t k , ,
a. ir. c.- . i !
were t! j
lie ai. l I . i . . i ,
day a: 1
Kr. Joi s r
the guest3 if I I
Alice Xrown i
.Mrs. Ciioi r , 1 ,
mily were 1. e (,-- (! '
Mr. and. Mrs. Charlie I
family and Mrs." Ccor-i :
cutt motored over to
home Sunday aftcrnucn.
Miss I.udie Cole aiU I .
Nethercutt visited at t"je 1
H. N. Brown Sunday'; aft
Miss Indie Cole visited et t e
I home of Oscar Mareadv u..av
morning. - . ..
Mr. and Mrs; R. K, Erown and
family visited their son, ITallian'
Brown at Bichlands Sunday.
Ddra Lee Nethercutt spent the
weekend with her cousin, Tlieluu
' Bill Quinri, Mary '. Xdllie Ma-'
ready and Owen Quinn, motored
down . to Cypress; Creek Saturday
1 afternoons; !4.! v;: v '
j Bryant Carter, Willis Carter
and Mike Burton motored tnrorjh
Cole's , Chapel and Mill Swamp
communities Saturday afternoon. :
Lee Hutcher, Miss Kaj .Iie
Brown, Miss1 Bessie Jones, Lob
Dail and Miss Bertha Lanier mo
tored down to. Mill Swamp Sun
day afternoon. ,
Walter Lanier and Robert
Wood motored up to the home of
It's simple now to have thbse charming dimples. All you have
is' apply this dimpling machine shown .being demonstrated
Evnnceiine Gilbert of Rochester. N. Y ea the face ef Bobby
Hollywood. The device was on exhibition at the National Inventors' coa1
gress held m New Yortc recently. ' . 1 ' t
.Wins . Coveted Architect's Awsrd v
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ' Thigpen
were the guests of their son, Mr.
and Mrs. Bryson Thigpen.' ,
Miss Ruby Edwards spent Hun-
day with Miss Lois Lanier. "
.' Mrs. Robert unnson spent Sat
urday with her sister, Mrs. A.1 R.
Wood. x ' ' i.V'
(Miss Martha Wilson took . din
ner with Miss Pauline , Raynor
Sunday. - ' '
Dossie 'Lanier and. Russell Gray
made a business trip to -Kinston
Monday. V , ' , -
Mr. and Mrs. jr. Ji. Ihigpen anu
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs, Ralph Pickett.
, Mrs. Annie Pickett was 'the
guest of her sister, Mrs! J. R.
Sontherland Sunday afternoon.
Mr .and Mrs. Bill Pickett spent
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sontherland
spent Friday night with her moth
er, Mrs. Bora Smith. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim ncKexi anu
children. Joe and Ida Maude, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gorm
an Brinson Sunday afternoon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dossie Lanier and
children and Mrs. Annie Pickett
made a business trip to ; Kinston
v Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wood and
daughter Margaret Hayes' , f id
mi. and Mrs. Elmore Brinson were
the guests of Mrs. Albert Wood, of
Catherine Lake Sunday afternoon
i Mr. and Mrs. John Brinson
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
James; Albertson. ' ' -1
Linwood Rayner and Mrs. Inez
TTfilnAW atnla a- lnai4-n Asa rein . v rn
w Oldest Fortified Spot
An army survey reveals that Old
Point 'Comfort originally called.
Cape Comfort by the English: set-
tiers feno established the first per
manent colony at Jamestown, . has
been ' continuously, fortified for a
longer period than any other spot ;
in the United States. Old Point Com
fort Jutting into the Chesapeake at .
the tip of the.' Virginia peninsula, ;
and famous for more than a cen
tury, was first fortified with rude
'earthworks thrown up in 1609 as a
protection against Spanish men O'
war. 'From this simple beginning
has grown Fort Monroe, largest In-closed-
military reservation in the i
' " "Wheat-Bride" v
' ''' "Wheat-bride'l is the name soroev.
times given in Germany to the last
sheaf of "Wheat harvested and aisiv
point chonqes the
, mis qfootmfoUJ
Just think , how
economical I 5o
eosu to iteeo dean
with soop and water
'j Y,l? iiSiiWi'i 'wn'i JiHitt- '-t - r-rrr. innViWifr -r' w
ul.'VHenry A. Jandl of Princeton university and Spokane, Wash., Is f'l.'
tured with some of his prize-winning works after he was awarded v s
thirtieth Paris prize scholarship la architecture at the hpn-'-'iaxteri ft
i the Society of Beaux-Arts Architc 1 New York. ""' - " : i
a value of tAW and Jhe .wirssci "
2Irs. Claresce Jones, XIrs. F.!i-
ot rnnsou, -I
( " UAV for oht u4.
.mt baftutlAil. bannonUu olor
. ik.dw naUabte ts Ihto Mral
palm fat walla and waajwarfc
af chatmiat aoai.a 'i
'aTHFVS INTCRloa ' CLOSS
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