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North American cities recently got a real sample ot Jamaican sun
shine when 33 -year-old Enid White accompanied a promotion
team on a **Jamaica Hello" tour. The sparkling eyes and capt<-
vating a mile of the pretty miss were described as “just a sample”
of what winter-bound North Americana can find in Jamaica this
winter. Miee White was a recent contestant in the Mite Universe
Contest. (NPI PHOTO).
R. E. Quinn Furniture Co.
108 E. MARTIN BT. Your Capital City Tel. 3-4471
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Christmas decoration*—and plen
ty of them, too—are practically at
your finger tip*.
Extra hangers from the closet
can be transformed into a kissing
Your yam basket holds potential
angels and birds to hang on the
And burlap, heavy muslin or felt
are possible Christmas wall hang
How so? The extension housing
and house furnishings specialists
at North Carolina State give this
For the kissing ball, use 12 wire
coat hangers. Bend the handle to
form a spike You may want to
bend sides of the frame into an arc.
Place the 12 straight wires to
gether and lash tightly with string
or picture wire.
Decorate with greenery, balls,
bows and mistletoe.
Hang Christmas bells on spikes
or remove the ball hangers and
slip ball over end of spike for in
To make a yam angel, follow
Wind heavy yarn 40 times over a
5-inch cardboard square. Tie one
end and sltp from cardboard. Tie
again about one inch from first ty
ing for head.
Separate three loops on each side
Tie all except arm yarns together
again about three-fourths inch from
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MOUNT SINAI DAY CARE NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN is located at 201 South
Swain Street. It is open fire days each week, Monday through Friday, from 7 a. at. until S p. m.
and caters to children ages two to six years. Tie nursery school students and staff are shown a
bove. It is directed by Bishop M. Pope, right, front row. Other otfidala of the Kindergarten are-
Mrs. M. E. Alston, instructor and secretary; Mrs. Mildred Ruffin, instructor; and Miss Ella Jack
son, instructor. Special care is given each child. For further information, call TE 3-8679.
neck and cut loops to form skirt
Tie arm strands at desired length
and cut off excess.
Use sequins and beads for face
and skirt decorations.
Make wings of foil or metallic
fringe and a halo from gold ribbon.
Tor the yard bird, wind yarn 40
times over a 0-inch cardboard.
Tie one end and slip from card
board. Tie again about one inch
from first tying for bee*
Tie again 2 1-2 Inches from last
tying for body. Cut the other end
for tail, and comb or brush yam
until fluffy. Stuff body with yarn
Sew sequins around neck and
outline wing. Sew sequins for eyes.
Use a piece of pipe cleaner for bill
and feet and wind with yellow
yard or embroidery floss.
Attach a hook and suspend from
To make a wall hanging, cut a
heavy fabric such as burlap, felt
or heavy muslin to an appropriate
Let Christmas cards suggest ideas
for the picture on the hanging.
Then pattern the design with yam,
other pieces of material and mis
A good meal often changes an in
dividual's entire viewpoint on life
“Way To Spiritual Reality
Is By Faith:*'Dr. J. Corry
GREENSBORO “The way to
spiritual reality is by something
we caH faith,” the Rev. John G.
Corry declared in his vesper mes
sage at Bennett College Sunday.
Pastor of St Matthews Methodist
Church Imre, and also college chap
lain, the minister said that only
persons of little or no faith have
difficulty in recognizing God in the
Use about them.
"We have people today who are
always ready for an argument «-
bout religion,” he said. "They play
with religiom ideas as a child plays
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with toy blocks—building them up
and knocking them down—as in a
The Rev. Mr. Corry said further
that spiritual truth does not come
directly to man by means of his
physical senses. Most men, he add
ed, assume that there is someone
behind the scenes,” but true Christ
ians believe that God is not only
behind the scenes, but is very much
of an in the world.
Herbert Hoover, former President
on 90tb birthday: