4-H’ers Planning To Attend
j 4-H Club Week July 25 To 29
North Carolina’s outstanding
rural youth are now making
plans to attend State 4-H Club
Week at N. C. State College,
'The outstanding events of the
week Will start Monday morning
with the state 4-H livestock judg
ing contest. In the afternoon,
the state 4-H vegetable judging,
grading, and Identification con
test will be held in the coli
L. R. Harrili, state 4-H Club
leader, says the state 4-H Coun
cil officers will be presiding dur
ing the week. They are Mary
Ann Botes, Pinnacle, president;
Bruce A; Phillips, Jr., Kinston,
Rt. 2, vice president; Felix Hart,
Lenoir, Rt 2, secretary-treasurer,
and Neita Stout, Salisbury, Rt.
D. S. Weaver, director of the
N. C. Agricultural Extension
Service, will speak at the open
ing assembly on Monday even
ing. Each night the state win
ners in the various demonstra
tion contests will be announced.
Dr. Albert G. Edwards, minis
ter, First Presbyterian Church in
Raleigh, will present the morn
ing thought each day at the as
sembly for club members. On
Tuesday morning Governor Lu
ther H. Hodges will bring greet
ings to the group.
The 4-H delegates will be di
yided into four groups during
the week and will attend spe
cial interest classes which will
be conducted each morning. The
classes and teachers are “Values
to Live By,” Mrs. Corinne Grims
3ey, family relations specialist:
“After High School—What." Mrs.
Barbara M. Worthington, princi
pal of the Wiley School of Ra
leigh; “Know-How and Why of
4-6 Records.” Miss Vivian Tuck
er. and W. E. Bryan. Jr.; and
“The 4-H Club Meeting.” Bun-|
cotnbe 4-H Council. There will'
Negro Home Demonstration News
Bj MBS. ONNIE 8. CHARLTON, Coemty Negro Home Economic. Agent
This is “Camp Week” for 4-HI
Club boys and girls from Cho-!
wan County. Enjoying camp
ing activities are: Emma Moye,
Mary Drew, Harriett Coston, Lois
Jordan, Christine Alexander, Al
ma Capehart, Deborah Barclay,
Jane Overton, Joseph Tillett,'
Petrie Simons, Edward Charlton,:
Herman Coston. Curtis Rountree,.
Oscar Fleming, Jr., and Kelsey |
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also be classes in 4-H song lead
ership and 4-H recreation leader
ship. Pheane Ross, extension
recreation specialist at the Uni
versity of Kentucky, will con
duct classes and also lead recre
ation throughout the week.
The 4-H members are in for
a real treat on Tuesday evening
when there will be a concert by
the 2nd Marine Division Band
from Camp Lejeune. The tap
ping and introduction of new
members into the State 4-H
Honor Club will fololw the con
Another highlight of the week
will be a luncheon for the 4-H
adult leaders on Wednesday.
Three of these leaders will be
conducting an adult 4-H leader
ship class during the week. They
are Mrs. J. D. Sloan, Duplin
County; Mrs. Woodrow Taylor,
Lenoir County; and Fred Bass,
A colorful array of outfits will
be modeled before the audience!
on Wednesday night during the!
state dress revue. Forsyth Coun- *
ty is in charge this year.
The king and queen of health i
will be crowned on Thursday
night during the state health
pageant being presented by Pitt
County. A watermelon slicing
will follow the pageant.
President William C. Friday
of the Consolidated University
will speak to the delegates on
Friday morning. There will al
so a panel discussion moderated
by Francis Pressly of Davidson
County, on “As We Leam. Live,
and Serve Through 4-H” the
theme of the week.
Following a recognition ban
quet on Friday evening for all
state winners, there will be the
annual talent show “4-H Stars of
Sixties." The candlelighting cere
mony will bring the week which
was packed with excitement and
inspiring' events, to a close.
Fleming. They are there with
boys and girls from Richmond,
Perquimans, Bertie, Warren and
Gates counties. They will tell
you of their experiences on their
return. Jane Overton, a seniorj
4-H Club member, is at camp \
as a Junior 4-H Club Leader.
: This was made possible by Rev.
. Clyde Beatty, Rector of the St.
! John The Evangelist Episcopal
Church during our Observance of
4-H Church Sunday. 'Die group
is accompanied by Fletcher F.
Lassiter, County Negro Agricul
Carl Hall, a Senior 4-H Chib
member from the Green Hall
Community, is the delegate from
Chowan County to the annual
4-H Conservation Conference
held this week at A. and T. Col
lege, Greensboro, N. C.
In getting out into the county
I find that the women are really
busy. Most of them are work
ing away from home during this
busy farm season. I must re
mind you to plan your time
wisely, so that you will have
time at home to can the vege
tables and suits that are so plen
tiful now and ready for canning.
We cannot fill our family con
servation plan if we will not
plan an hour or two for canning
each morning. It is better to
can a few jars each morning.
Then you get vegetables while
they are fresh and at the can
Remember to do these things
in order to have good quality
Gather vegetables- and fruits
when they are ready for can
ning— not over mature nor too
Can quickly—as soon after
picking as possible.
Use regular canning jars, tops
Following canning instructions
to the letter. Study your can
ning bulletin. Don’t guess on the
time a product should be pro
cessed in the boiling water bath
or pressure oanner. Look up the
time in your bulletin and use a
clock to check your time.
If you can a few jars each
morning, it will not take long,
to fill your family’s conservation
plan. If you need a canning
bulletin, come by our office and
These groups from Center Hill
are asked to meet Friday, July
22, at 8:00 P. iM., at the Com
munity Building: 4-H Club, HD
Club and Community Organiza
The county-wide 4-H Recrea
tional Day will be held at Cen
ter Hill on July 29.
jl County News
i[ By MRS. ROLAND EVANS
The Rocky Hock young peo
ple's choral groups will present
a talent show at the Rocky Hock
Community Center Friday night,
755 CHO wAK aSKAI?, EDSKTOK, KOBSH CASQUKA. ‘TcTuaBDAT, JULY 21, IMG.
f| July 22, at 8 O'clock. Therte will
> be singiltg, playing and lots of
, different acts. Judges will be on
hand, prizes will be given and
the Home Demonstration Club
i ladles will have a lot of nice and
i good things to eat for sale.
Tickets are on sale for 35 and 50
cents. This show is to benefit
the Community Center. Frank
Roberts will be master of cere
monies. Get your ticket and
help the community.
Homecoming and the 125 th
anniversary" will be observed
Sunday, July 31, at the Rocky
Hock Baptist Church. The Rev.
Robert Hhbrell will speak at the
morning service and Dr. Stewart
A. Newman will be the featured
speaker for the afternoon ser
vice. Dinner Will bte served on
the grounds. ,
Dates for a revival meeting at
Rocky Church are
August 22 td v 2B'.
Mrs. M. M.-' Nixon has as her
guest this .tyfeek; Miss . Martha
Daniel of Liftjettoh, N. C.
Mr. and MTs. Wayne Dawkins
of Graham,' JVNi'- C.’, -i are. visiting
the Rev. arid dSfrs. "Thurman All
red and family.
Miss AniV'-Pearce of Norfolk,
Va., was home over the week
end as guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Pearce.
Miss D ot~ Davis of Virginia
Beach visited "in the county over
Miss Mary --. Lou Nixon spent
the week-eijd at home with her
parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Nix
on, in the Rocky Hock section.
The Chowan> Home Demon
stration Chib . held its annual
picnic Monday night, July 18, at
the Chowan Community Building
at 7 o’clock.!. Club members and
husbands and, other .were guests,
including M-fes,- Pauline Calloway, j
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Overman,
Mrs. Loraine Rogerson and Hel
en, Mrs. Killebrew and children
Terry and Carolyn of High Point,
Miss Martha Daniel of Littleton.
There was an abundance of good
food and fellowship. A short
community progress meeting was ;
held. The cross Roads-Center'
Hill Fire District group met to
plan a supper to be held at Cross
Roads Friday night, August 5,
from 6 to 8 o’clock. This will
Tickets will be sold by the fire
be a barbecue chicken supper,
men at $1.25 and 75 cents. The
plates will be prepared by the
women of the community, with
the firemen barbecuing the
chicken. The proceeds of the
supper will go to the new fire
station and it is hoped many will
Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Crisp
of Lynchburg, Va., spent the
week-end as guests of Alfred
Perry and Mrs. H. L. Leary.
Warwick RA’s will play Rocky
the Rocky Hock Community
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HELD AT ROCKY HOCK
Citizens of the Rqcky Hock
community met last week for Ms
monthly development meeting.
The meeting was held at the
Rocky Hock Community Center
when the Beech Fork and
Rocky Hock clubs decided to join
with the Gum Pond club in the
community progress contest.
Mrs. Thurman Allred has been
working wife the young people,
who meet every Friday night.
A baseball team for the young
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boys hfifi bfeeh organised. The
community will be working o» ,
yards, 4-H Club, Community*)
Center,' tommuuit.v garbage dis
posal unit and improved peanut
Brenda K. Spruill' celebrated
her first birthday Wednesday,
July 13, with small party, in
viting; her little friends.... At
tending were Sandra Fartess,
Lida Estes, Patsy, Phyllis, Lihda
Joe and Dbhna Toppin and with
them came their cousin, Brenda
wants to thank everyone for the
nice gifts she receivejL.