WITH THE FARM WOMEN
Bt MAIDRED MORRIS
I Strawberry Chain
I Plans are under way now in
■jfreen County to start a 4-H
■Strawberry chain. Miss Joyce
■poster, assistant home econom
ics agent, reports that five boys
■and five girls will be selected
■to receive 500 strawberry plants
H Each 4-H Club member will
■be responsible for caring for his
■strawberries and returning 24
■quarts of berries to the Straw
■berry Show and Sale in pay-
Imcnt for plants received.
I 4-H Achievement
|R Carrie Tyson, Fayetteville, Kt.
■7, has found that 4-H project
■ work pays off if good records
■ are kept. Recently at the 4-H
■achievement program, she was
■announced as county winner in
■frozen foods, home management,
■food preparation, home improve-
Iment, dairy food demonstration.!
land safety. Carrie received $65
■as project winner in these fields.
I Mrs. Era K. Robinson, home
loconbmics agent, reports that
■Carrie is now serving as presi-
Ident of the southeastern district
I Miss Catherine Aman, assist-:
lant home economics agent in!
■Chowan County, says that 4-H 1
■Club members are busy selling
■litter bags as a County council
■project. The litter bags are
Igeen plastic with the 4-H em- ]
Iblem and the slogan "Keep *
■North Carolina Clean” on the
■front of the bag.
I One hundred bags have been,
Isold, so many of the 4-H fami- 1
lies now have a litter bag in
■heir car. More bags have been |
I Houescleaning Chores
I Junior 4-H girls in Orange f
[County have proven that they
piked the demonstration on
■“Help Mother With Housec'ean-|
png.” They recently exhibited (
[dust cloths thev made following!
[the demonstration. The girls
jreported 97 dust cloths were
[treated and 58 dust cloths were
I According to Mrs. Ka’hryn P.
[Miller, assistant home economics
[agent, ribbons were awarded to
[the girls erhibiting dust gloves.
1 Thirty 4-H’ers in Macon Coun
ity recently attended a craft
[workshop. The majority of the
| group chose to work with
wrought iron and reed. Hot
dish mats and letter holders
were the favorite articles made.
; Mrs. Jessie D. Cabe. assistant |
home economics agent, reports!
■the Cartoogechaye junior 4-H j
-members have chosen crafts and:
tree identification as group pro
1 AGITATOR washer ■'
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| jects. Miss Sally Kester, 4-H
leader, will supervise the group.
‘‘Would you like to solve a
mystery?” That was the ques
tion asked 4-H members in Ire
dell County at recent c ub meet
ings. The mystery was "The
Case of the Missing Clover,
Miss Doris Teeter, assistant
home economics agent, reports
that Sue Stradley, Iredell Coun
ty’s queen of health far 1959,
conducted a special program at
her senior club meeting. Sev
eral health committees are be
ing organized to stress good
health habits throughout the
; Health For All ]
A Casa Os Expansion
There comes a time in every
woman’s life when sne notices
that they’re making sire 12
smaller than they used to.
Then one day while she's visit
ing a friend, she sees a scale
in the bathroom. Just out of
; curiosity, she steps on, takes a
look . . . and hurriedly hops off
again. Ouch! Ten pounds!
Where’d it come from? And, I
what's more important, how is
she going to get rid of it?
The ten pounds came from
continuing to eat the same
amount of food while gradually
growing older with the passing
years and getting less and loss
active. Firmly ignoring "crash”
diets, fad diets, and non-pre- |
scription drugs (at best they're j|
a waste of money, at worst |
downright dangerous), she will j|
lose that ten pounds slowly and’|
gradually. How? By keeping |
her fingers out of the bowl of |
potato chips or peanuts while |
watching TV; by walking firmly |
away from the dinner table with |
never a backward look while |
she wants a second portion of I
cake or ice cream; and generally |
by avoiding snacks, which she |
knows perfectly well are high in I
calories and low in nutritive:!
Our friend is going to lose no 1 !
more than a half pound or a ’
pound a week, as long as she
'wants to do it on her own. If
she wants to lose any faster than
that, she’ll go to a doctor for
instructions and supervision.
I Many women have made hag
-1 gard. tired, nervous wrecks of
j themselves trying to get whin led 1
i down to willowy in three weeks.!
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