R.*. LEIGH, N. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, IM4
BT COLIN DOUGLAS
"I can do all things la Him
that strengthen?th me.” Phil.
Everyone of us is called upon at
some time or another to make ad
jurtments in our work, in our home,
or in our way of life. Wa find that I
we can adjust easily and happily to '
conditions and circumstances if we
only remember that God is always
at hand, and that through Him we
can cope with every situation or
problem that may confront ua.
When we fear change, when we j
reiist and antagonize it, we cause j
tension in our bodies and In our i
emotions, and of course we cannot '
get the maximum’ of efficiency
from our bodies and our minds.
The things we have to meet seem
much harder to deal with.
But when we center our faith in
God, when we know for aura that
Ha B with ua at any time and in
any place, when we know that
WHO’S TO BLAME?
This writer was a bit irked, re
cently, to reed the following para
graph in ona of our leading Chica
“Profaaaional thieves and Joy
ride-happy teen-agers are not to
Marne for most auto thefts. Its
true that they are the ones who do
the stealing—but the carelem mo
torist must bear the blame. . . .
Whan not in use cars should be
Juet think this through: More than
1,000 care stolen every days
throughout the nation, but those
who Meal them Should not be
blamed the owners should b e
Mamed for not making it "Impoa-
Bible" for the thief to steal his car!
Man hat always been quick to
shift the blame from himself. Adam
eaid to God: “It'i not my fault; It's
that woman you gava me." Eve
aald: "Don't blame me. The serpent
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I even though the circumstances of
our life may change, His love ie
unchanging and that it never, nev
er fails us, then we cannot possibly
( fear change and cannot resist mak
ing necessary adjustments.
I God has given us all the love, all
’ the intelligence, all the power, all
the strength we need to meet any
condition or situation. We must
realize always that there ia a God-
I given solution to every problem.
I Just turn to Him In prayer, and
] you will feel Hi* presence. There
j Is Infinite joy in His presence. No
| thing can give true satisfaction or
' Joy apart from God. Put love Into
' your work, no matter what It la.
and love will fill it with meaning
and value. Do what you do for the
love of it and for the love of God,
and He will surely bless you.
”Ged ia our refuge end
strength, A very present help
to trouble.” Psalms 44:L
descendants of the first coupls have
been adept at shifting the Marne.
But now it’s getting ao that the
courts defend end protect the crim
inals and even blame the Innocent
for not making it Impossible for the
criminal to act! It Is a shame that
we have to lock our cars against
possible theft and It la a stigma
on our society. Some Judges don’t
see It that way, but God does. Read
; Romans 2:2:
"But we are sure that the Judg
ment of God ia according to truth
! against those who commit such
We may ell be grateful, though,
that it was the very Justice as
well as the lova —of God. that
caused Him to take on Himself
human form and "pay” for our sins
at Calvary. God cannot overlook
sin, yet He loves the sinner. This
U why He "paid" for all our sins
at Calvary, and this, too. is why we
msv now he “Insttfled freely by
Thomas E. Kee, dean of students
and placement director at Shaw U
niversity, has announced the place
ment of the following 1904 gradu
ates to positions in areas as indi
Elementary Education: JoAnn
Cecelia Galley, Wicomico County
Board of Education. Salisbury.
Maryland; Loudelia S. Guess, A. R.
Richardson School, Culpeper, vs.;
Edna M. Hall, Carver Elementary
School, Wendell; Blanch* D. Hines,
Wocomlco County Board of Edu
cation, Salisbury, Maryland; Bar
bara Nell Jones, Wicomico County
Board of Education, Salisbury,
Maryland; Lacey A. Speight, W. R
Wicker School, Sanford; Doris Ann
Spivey, Columbus School, Lake
view, 8. C.: Susie H. Branch, Wil
lard Elementary School, Willard;
Catharine W. Jeffries, North Har
nett, Angler, Marlon E. Moore,
Cross Road School, Halifax, Va.;
Samuel Worley Pace, State Cor
rectional Institution, Philadelphia.
Pa.; Theodore Powell, Dudley High
School, Goldsboro; Mary Z. Till
man, East Polk ton School. Polkton;
Mary E. Womack, Elvie Street
English-French: Betty Jean Ab
bott, Douglass High School. War
saw; Sally U. Brisbon, Alston High
School, Summerville, S. C.; Priscil
la A. Broadie. B. F. Person-Albion
School, Franklin ton; Ruby A.
Crutchfield, O. A. Peay School,
Swan Quarter; Dempsey Hardy,
Huntington High School, Newport
New*. Va.; Mary T. Henderson.
Caswell County High School. Yen
ceyvllle, Ruby McLawhorn. Eaat
man High School, Enfield; Barbara
Paterson. Charles E. Perry School,
Rose boro; Mack Sowell, Harrison
High School. Selma; Jacquelyn
Thorne, Washington Drive Junior
High School. Fayetteville.
Business Education: Gloria Ann
Freeman, Lockhart High School,
Knlghtdsle; Margaret Ann Howard,
Columbus Board of Ed., Columbus,
Home Economics: Blanche Ed
ward*, New York State Pood Serv
m~... V-.-W N V • T.iil*
Howell Liles, Perry's High School.
Louisiana, Beverly J. Ratliff,
Dobbs Farm State Correctional
School, Kinston; Priscilla Robin
ton., Pamlico Central High School,
Mathematics: Lena M. Maffeti,
Hargrove High School. Faison.
Biology: Charles Michael, New
Hope School. Henderson.
Physical Education: Joe B. Brown
Central High School, Newton; Na
thaniel Carter, Plnckey High
School, Carthage; Carolla A. Pur
cell. Christ ianburg Institute. Cam
bria. Va.; Willie Samuel Stone,
John M Candy High School, Ash
land. Va : Yvonne Edwards Tucker,
Lynchburg City Schools. Lynch
Sociology: Pntrlci* C. Hay®*.
Bureau of Child Welfare, New
York, N. Y.
Social Studies: Matyre L. Latta.
Tyrell High School, Columbia: Be
atrice G Mials. W. B Wicker School,
Sanford; Marjorie O. J. Watts. Llg*
on High School. Raleigh; James E
Woods. Huntington High School.
Newport News, Virginia.,
(Items this week from Edge
combe, Anson, and Rocking
KITCHEN PLANNING MADE
la tha equipment arranged In
your kitchen to provide work cen
ter* for food preparation, dish
washing, cooking and aervlng?
What kind of storage apace do you
Mrs. Haael Parker, home ec
onomies agent, say* the pria*
winning exhibit an kitchens to
the Edgecombe County Fair
shewed assay homemakers bow
to phut their kitchen. The fair
goets who visited the exhiMt
received a folder an “Kitchen
Planning Mad* Easy."
CHAIR CANING WORKSHOPS
Homemaker* in Anton County ;
have found a different way to use !
their leisure time. Mrs. Margaret ;
K c, home economic* agent say*
IS of the women attended a chair
caning workshop at the home of
Mrs Paulin* Byrd.
Each para mi recetvod training
to caning a chair. Mr*. Kirk
says the women can save a
round M u chair by datag the
“I was able t* get full-tlto*
employment In a drapery mak
ing factary became 1 had learn
ed to make draperies at a
Home Demonstration Club
workshop.” declared Mrs. Car
rie Richardson. EeMavttta. EL
Mrs Ladle Jackson. Rockingham
County homo economics agent say*
more and more homemaker* are
going to work outside the home.
Through special workshops to the
county, the homemaker* are able
to develop skills which will help
them in their employment
Hie grace, through the redemption
that ia in Christ Jeaut” (Rom. 3:34).
"Believe on the Lord Jet us Christ
and thou shall he saved” (Art*
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Yon Are f?ever Almi?
Attend Church Re^gularlv
■ As a church member, eyes of the world are I
M < focused on you. “Ye are witnesses .* J 1
■ Your words and your actions can and do
influence others. Be a good witness, ,
attend church regularly, study God’s word
50... “That ye would ivalk worthy
of God, who hath called you unto I
E his kingdom and glory” fIPSHHHHMt. . f I
I The Church is God’s appointed agency in this world '
■ for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and I
I demand for man to to love by \ v I
■ loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
love of God, no government or society or way of life jS|
■ will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold m >^4
1 so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from ■
■ a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
■ for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. BWWH
■ Beyond that, however, every person should uphold
and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
m about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which
H alone free to as aof God.
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