Negro Home Demonstration News
By WHS. ONNIB 8. CHARLTON, Cent? Bnu CeMwalM A|wt
Thu September marks the 10th
Better' Breakfast Month. At j
this period, a First National ,
Menu Census indicates that
“breakfast” is back in style.
Breakfast skipping is _c t of
date. Families are movi?: .rom
neglecting breakfast to'' b.. jsting
This is good news of the na
tional picture. Our surveys
here show too many families
still are neglecting the prepa
ration and eating cf breakfast
Especially an acU ;uate break- 1
A basic bre-kfast of fruit,
cereal, milk, bread and butter
go far in r|eeting the day’s
food requirements. To these
may be added such breakfast
foods as eggs, bacon, fish, saus
age, etc., for those who need
j ‘Be sure that each member of
the family eats a good .basic
breakfast. The child in ‘ school
who has eaten breakfast is fhoro
alert. A child who eats,a good
breakfast has a better chance
to do well in his studies, spe
cial activities and recreation.
These foods should be eaten
by each individual every day.
A good breakfast can provide
from one fourth to one third of
the day’s food requirements.
Milk—Some for all ’ages
Children, 3 to 4 cups
Teenagers ......4 cups
Adults 2 or more cups
Pregnant women 4 cups
Nursing mothers 6 cups
Cheese and ice cream can re
place part of milk but not all.
Meats, poultry, eggs, fish—2
servings daily. Use dried peas
and beans, nuts and peanut but
ter occasionally. Eat at least 4
eggs a week.
Vegetables and Fruits—s serv
ings (% cup each) to include:
I A vitamin C rich fruit or vege
table such as tomatoes, raw cab
bage, or citrus fruit.
A green or yellow fruit or
vegetable rich in vitamin A.
Breads and Cereals Whole
grain or enriched—4 or more
servings. A serving is 1 slice
of bread or cup cooked or
1 ounce ready-to-eat cereal.
This year marked the first
tune delegates from our YMW
group attended the annual five
day State YMW Conference. j
They have on occasion attended!
a day’s- meeting of- the- coher
ence. Mrs. Myrtle Wardsworth,
one of the delegates from the
Triangle Community, gives this
account from the conference:
“The YMW Conference affords
one a wonderful opportunity to
■ get together with young men
and women from across our
State. Here we talked together,
asked questions and got infor
mation on things that will helpj
us live useful and happy lives. I
y At our conference we discussed 1
personal standards, health, ca-|
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1 reers and planning. We were
[ taught new facts and skills
which we can use to promote
better family living. I do en
courage as many YMW mem
bers, as possible to attend the
conference next August.”
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River Road News
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Toppin and
two daughters spent Sunday af
ternoon- with Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Joe Barnes of Suffolk
spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and tMrs. C. W. Tynch.
Mr. and Mrs: George Smith of
Franklin, Va„ is spending this
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith
spent Sunday with Mr. Smith’s
brother at Mackeys and Mr. and
Mrs. Raleigh Lbe Smith.
Mary Alice Tynch called on
Bettie Tynch Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Erie Bunch
called on Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Tynch Sunday afternoon.,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oliver spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gil
Mrs. Johnnie Owens called on
her sister, Mrs. Jim Oliver, Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Briggs
called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Tynch, Sr., Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Ms. Louis Hobbs call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
Tynch Sunday evening.
Ernestine and Fulton Oliver
returned home last week after
spending a week With their sis
ter, Mrs. George Smith of
Mrs. C. W. Tynch made a
short trip to Hertford Saturday.
At Baptist Church
Sunday night, September 18.
at 7:30 o'clock the Girl’s Auxili
aries of the Edenton Baptist
Church will have a coronation
service. At this time five girls
will be recognized as Queens of
Girl’s Auxiliary. This is the
highest rank of this organiza
tion, which is a part of the Wo
man’s Missionary Union. At this
same service several other girls
will be recognized for lesser
ranks attained in forward
steps * >
This is the first time that a
coronation service has been held
at the Edenton‘Baptist Church.
The public is invited to attend
this impressive service.
IN JUNIOR COLLEGE
Among students who have ma
triculated at Presbyterian Jun
ior College, a division of Con-!
solidated Presbyterian College,
for the fall session is Claude T.|
Barnette of Edenton.
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