RALEIGH. N. C., BATIRDAY, DECEMBER If, IM4
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PEACE ON EAETH?
When Christ wai born of Mary. !
the angel* praised God and sang: '
“Glory to God in the highest, and
on earth peace, good will toward .
men" (Luka 2:14).
This glad carol o( the angel*
aeemi farther from the truth today ,
than it ever wat, and a* a result
many have cynical and have con- 1
eluded that the Bible 1* not true; '
that the angel*’ tong waa but a
pleasant, hopeful thought. Those (
who feel this way don't know their .
Bibles very well, though, or they
would know why we have auch un- I
rest today, instead of peace.
Our Lord was indeed the long
promised King, through whom Hu
people and the whole world were
to enjoy peace and true prop*erity.
John the Baptist appeared as the
King's herald. The twelve apostle*
went forth "preaching the gospel
of the kingdom' (Matt. 4: 23i The
four Gospel records are filled with
proofs and demonstrations of
Christ's royal rights. But the King
win rejected, as God had prophesi
ed He would be at Hi* first advent
(I Pet. 1:11). Over Hta cross Pilate
place at sign, saying: "This is Jesus, I
BE COUN DOUGLAS
“Whose trusted! In Jehovah,
happy la he."—-Prov. 16:24.
All of us have experienced oc
casions when we felt that if wc
could just accomplish some particu
lar ambition or acquire some par
ticular thing we wanted with all
our heart, then our happiness would
be complete And quite often »r
have discovered, after gaining such
a goal or obtaining that which we
sought so diligently and so faith
fully, that it did not bring us the
happiness or satisfaction we ex
The wise wuius of ilia Mosul
give us a clue in our search for
happiness: “But aeek ye first His
kingdom and Hl* righteousness, end
all these things shall be added un
Os course, K Is a fact that materi
al things do contribute to our well
being and to our happiness. But It
Is even more ■ feet that we can
increase our capacity for happiness
VfiV GARDEN Hi <
Plants of a new strawberry va
riety. Earlibelle, will be available
for spring planting in IDGS. Thu
variety was developed through the
cooperative effort* of the Crop*
Research Division. USDA. and the
North Carolina Agricultural Ex
Earllbelle ripens earlier than
the Albritton variety la eastern
North Carolina and tha yields
have been better. At thr (Met
al Plain Experiment Station at
Willard. Earllbelle averaged L
MS quart* per acre In the tint
week of harvest as campared
with Ml quarts per aer* for
Albritton. Over a five year
period, the Earllbelle variety
has outyirlded Albritton by IS
The fruit* of Eanllbette are medi
um-large and average (2 berries
per pound aa compared with M for
Albritton. The akin color Is bright
red turning to a deeper red at ma
turity. The flesh color is uniform
ly bright red. The surface of the
berries is gloaay and firm In shape,
the berries are long-conic with
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| THE KING of the Jews.'* Today,
I then, the King la a royal Exile from
' the world over which He should be
, Is it strange, then, that we do
' not yet enjoy peace on earth. The
second Psalm describes the tolly of
i the nations and their rulers la ig
noring this basic fact and predicts
1 that God will laugh, as it were, at
their derision as they seek to rua
the world without His Son.
I Thank God. this period of Chiist’r
; rejection is algo a wonderful period
of GRACE. When sin had risen, to
I its height, God SAVED Saul of
I Tarsus the leader of the world's
rebellion against Chris., and sent
him fnrlh to proclaim "The Gospel
Os The 6-ace Os God " <Acts 20:24)
the good news that "Christ Died
For Our Kins," and that ANY sin
ner n.ay be reconciled to God by
faith in Christ. This is why the
Bible tails the divine administra
tion under which we are living
"the dispensation of the grace of
Cod” (Eph. 3:2*. So, wbule "peace
on earth" awaits a future day. WE
may now have "peace with God,
’ through our Lord Jesus Christ”
i (Horn. s:l*.
I when we look to God for happi
ness, rather than believing that all
happiness comes with the acquisi
tion of some particular material or
I God Is our help in every need In
Him I* the fulfillment of all the
desires of our heart*. Through pray
ler, through communion with God.
are our heat Is and minds made free
and happy The happy man is the
We create oui own happiness
out of the elements of love nnd
I faith and courage that God has im-
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within ti* our hear* is 1 1 1 least with
peace, and our mind is illumined
and inspired wlih i Irar and true
Ideas And as we seek our happi
ness Through the expression of the
God qualities within us our life is
cmichrd and blessed with Joy.
"And we knew that to them
that love (tod all things work
together for good."—Korn. 4:2*.
flavor la tart and good.
Plants of Enrlibellc are compar
atively small but they set runners
so freely In most soils thut fruit
ing beds must frequently be thin
ned. The leave* are resistum to
leaf spot and leaf scorch.
The variety has not been pro
ductive at Beltsville, Maryland, and
northward. While no tests have
been conducted in the mountain
regions of North Carolina, it would
pmbably not do well at the higher
Earllbelle Is recommended pri
marily or planting In the lower
Piedmont, eastern North Carolina
This seedling selection baa
been named and la being In
troduced te commorrlal grow
er* and home gardener* because
es tta attractive appearance,
firm fruit, early maturity, and
greater yielding ability than Ute
Plante mty be obtained from
the North Caroline Foundation
Seed Producers, Inc, P O. Box SB
- State College Station, Raleigh,
FAYETTEVILLE—Nine of the 22
•tudenta geelgned to student teach
ing in Fayetteville city and county
schools tor the second nine weeks
of the toll semester at Fayetteville
Bute College era residents of Fay
Mieses Effle Cheek, Warren ton;
Lynda Oliver, Mount Olive; and
Margaret Spencer, Klttrell have
been sent to Ashley elementary
Mrs. Albertina Goodman, Clin
ton; Alfred Thomas, Ocala, Fla.;
Misses Nannie Bullock, Manson;
Dorothy Fulton, Sanford; and Mary
Nichols. Hallsboro are assigned to
Elementary No. 10 school.
Mesdame* Lillian Robinson,
Hamlet and Iren* Smith, Fayette
ville; Mines Mary Jana McNeU,
Fayetteville; Owtndolyn Pea ton,
Fayetteville; and Margaret Town
send, Ellerbe are located at the
Ferguson Elementary School.
Robert Johnson, Fayetteville;
Mrs. Eva Jones, Whitovllle. Misses
Linda Hayes, Fkyetteville and Hy
theus Monroe. Fayetteville have
been placed in the New bold dem
Misses Mary Ann* McLean, Fay
etteville; and Mary Alice McNeil,
Payettcvilie; Leroy Larkins, Cur
rie and Mrs. Annette Taylor, Bur
lington, N. J. are at the North St.
Arthur Byrd, Fayetteville I* in
the E. E Smith senior high school
and Miss Mary O. Williams, Park
ton. is assigned to the Ann Chest
nutt hum school.
Mrs. Lula 8. William, Brooklyn
MrGcaghy. and Dr. Walter T. Pace
are coordinators for Fayetteville
! State College of the student teach
(New* items this week from
Mecklenburg, Wake and Moore
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Homemakers In Mecklenburg
County have been studying treat
ment* for the "eyes” of the home.
Five different types of window
treatments were highlighted.
Mrs. Mary Martin, home econom
ic* agent, aays the women discuss
< u shutters, blinds, shades, curtains
'(1 draperies. Special emphasis
was placed on fabric shades which
can easily be made In the home.
Mrs. Martin says a workshop will
be held In the near future so the
women can make their window
Yeung rouplee In Ike Bolee
vlle community es Wake
County are attending classes on
"managing the clothing dollar."
Sine# clothing Is an expensive
Ham In the clothing budget,
concentrated study Is being
conducted In that area.
Mrs. Mary B. Graham, associate
home economics agent, says the
couples have been urged to make
a spending plan in order to cut
SWEET POTATOES ON THE
Vitamin A foods are being fea
tured In minus in Moore County.
Mrs. Amelia Cape hart, home ec
onomics agent, says sweet potatoes
have been featured as one of the
tor* vitamin A foods.
Homemakers have discussed the
various sweet potato products on
todays' market In term* of cost per
serving. Mrs. Gapehart urged the
women to can and freeze sweet
potatoes it adequate storage was
not available otherwise. Home
Demonstration club members fea
tured a display of sweet potato
dishes made by the members.
50 Seniors At
OMBNSBORO - An even fifty
senior* at A&T College will this
week complete field assignments
as student teachers and return to
Dr. Charles L. Hayes, professor of
education Program, said that
through special arrangement* the
student teacher* were concentrat
ed in Junior and ten tor high schools
in 12 cities in the State.
The lint Included: Greensboro:
Arthur Kemp and Sylvester Smith.
High Mat: Bennie Blair . Lola
Maynard, Elaine Oates, and Delois
Zigjter; Winston-Salem: Alvia D. Al
ston. Roy Beebe. Oscar Blanks.
Charles Bocne. Lily Cotton. Hard
ing Cross. Dennis Cubr.er, Joseph
Duckett, Thelma Feaster. June M
Foy, Martha George. Willie Gore.
Angelo Holmon, Gladys Ingram.
WOltem Mcßride. Franklin McCain.
Melvin Overton. Carolyn Russell
Lynwood Tbamngton. Ruby Wood.
Morton Young, and Willie Skinner;
Graham: Wylie Hams. Walter
Hemingway. Janice Lanier, and
Jams* McMillan; Roxboro Joan
Bolton. TToy McMillan. Benjamin
Overton, and Robert Snipes.
The lut also Included. Madison:
Anno Blacks lock and Walter Exum.
Yanceyville William Love nnd
Jimmie Moor*; Sanford: George
Edwards; Hillsboro: Gladys Carr.
Dorothy Ramsey and Harrison
Romtty; Thomasvitle: Hazel M.
"Stowe; Burlington: Robert Riddick.
Haary WQliams and Fannie Wright;
Retdsville: Willie Simons, and Ml
Olivo: Cler.tts Whitaker.
N. C Orders will be token until
February I IMS
It ortteis exceed the available
supply, they will be prorated j
Yon Are Never Alone
Attend Church Regularly
/ A the KING!
E I V The church was established so that all
1 might enter in and hear the good news.
Jfiijjl m\ "And thou shalt have joy and
//m/wt gladness; and many shall rejoice at his birth/'
fMjfjw I Hl® "For unto you is born this
m I I hKTO it day In the city of Daoid, a Saviour
ffi Viol UTOX li U which is Christ the Lord."
I d*"*. l\ - ' Attend Church Smkts thi, CJiramra
| reason and thrcugtvtut the coming yew.
Infl&sW I If M The Church is 6od*s appointed agency in this world
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\ IfvVWvVwff*"™' J His demand for man to respond te that lave by
If V — llll,ll ? loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in tha
jiMMMHHHiMnim Jove of God, no government or sodely or way es life j
** will long persevere ond the freedoms which we held w A
so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from > A
9 a selfish point of view, one should support the Church II
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