Negro Hone Demonstration News
t Bf MM. ORHU 8. CHAMLtON, Coaaty Kt|n Hama Eeoaaaale* Areat
Rev. F. H. LaGarde, pastor of
Providence Baptist Church, will
be guest speaker at the Young
Men and Women’s (YMW) Club
meeting, Monday, December 5,
at Robin’s Restaurant, 8:00 P. M.
-He will speak on the subject,
“The True Meaning of Christ
mas.” Members and non-tpem
bem between the ages of 21-35
are asked to be present. *
December S—YMW Club' at
Robin’s Restaurant, 8:00 P. M.
December B—4-H Clubs at White
December 7—Center Hill (Com
munity Group at Community
Building, 7:30 P. M.
December B—St. John 4-H
Club; Hudson Grove Communi
ty at Hall, 7:30 P. M.
X December 12—4-H Clubs at
■ Edenton High School; Awards
■Program, Community Progress at
Oak Consolidated School,
7:30 P. M.
December 13 —Edenton H.D
Club with Mrs. G. E. Tillett,
8:00 P. M.; Yeopim Community
at St. John School, 7:30 P. M.
December 14—4-H Clubs at
Edenton High School.
December 13 Triang’e TT.T> 1
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ffi -yV IN FRIENDLY
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There is a wider selection in Norfolk's attractive stores. There
are more than 200 apparel stores, 150 furniture stores, more
than 2,000 retail establishments offering a variety that will
COME BY BUSI % enable you to find exactly what you want to give for Christmas.
Regularly scheduled Trail way* buttes'
make it possible for you to leave for . - , , .
Norfolk in the morning, do your shop. You can select the nght gifts for everyone on your shopping
ping and return home in the afternoon. ,< Bst from the big variety andwtde selection in Norfolk stores.
Hm number of convenient parking Wu>oiWft IVICTUm ATV-IMI
places In Norfolk Increases every year. SHOPPING INFORMATION!
(Traffic is lighter an Tuesdays and Wad. i
nesdays and oven more spaces are! Attendants on duty until Christmas at the Shopping Information
* it* T ° Booth in Trailways' Norfolk Terminal will provide all the hefoW
folk ond to drive IN Nocfelk ■■ end iri —-
easy to shop there. shopping information they con.
Wr , .
r SHOP IN FRIENDLY NORFOLK
Club with Mrs. Evelyn Bond,
11:00 A. M.
December 19—Paradise Road
H.D. with Mrs. Minnie Sum
mers, 7:00 P. M.; Paradise Road
Community with Mrs. Minnie
Summers, 8:30 P. M.
December 20—Hudson Grove
H.D., Hall, 2:30 P. M.; Warren
Grove-Green Hall Community,
Educational Building, 7:30 P. M.
December 21—Canaan Temple
HD with. Mrs. L. B. Coston,
2:30 P. M.
December 22—St. John H.D.,
Mrs. Roxie Bonner, 1:00 P. M.;
Center Hill 4-H Club, Commun
ity Building, 7:30 P. M.
December 26 Virginia Fork
H.D., Mrs. Evalina Spruill at
2:30 P. M.
December 27 Warren Grove
H.D., Mrs. Fannie Lassiter at
2:30 P. M.
December 28—Green Hall H.D.,
Mrs. Claudia Armtsead, at
2:30 P. M.
December 29—Center Hill H.D.
Community Building, 2:30 P. M.;
Ryans Grove H.D., Mrs. Rox
anna Simpson, 7:00 P. M.; Ryans
Grove Community, Mrs. Rox
anna Simpson, 8:30 P. M.
OKfrWAff HERALD. EDEHTOIf. WORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1, I%(J.
To many people the sweet I
potato is included in Thanks-1
giving, Christmas and New l
Year’s Day menus. When ser
ved on such occasions, this de
licious vegetable is considered a
great luxury. This is not the
case with Tar Heels, for the
plentiful supplies the year
around make sweet potatoes a
most welcome food at any meal.
Although sweet potato consump
tion varies from region to reg
ion across the United States, in. i
areas where supplies are larg
est their usage is greatest
North Carolina is fortunate in
that it is one of the major pro
ducing areas of this wholesome,
nutritious vegetable. It is no
wonder, then, that sweet pota
toes are no strangers to the
people of Tarheelia for they are
good any time as “Tater Pie”,
"Candied Yams” or in many dif
ferent forms. The sweet pota
to is a prize package of food
values. It is a rich source of
vitamin A, sizeable quantities of
vitamin C and several important
minerals. Sweet potatoes are al
so a good provider of food
If you must buy sweet pota
toes, choose those that are:
1. Smooth and plump in order
to avoid waste. I
2. Fresh, bright, dark and'
clean to avoid decay.
3. Select large ones for mash-1
4. Select uniform shape and
'size—medium to small for bak
5. Buy only two or three days’
supply at u time to insure good
keeping quality especially dur
ing seasons when quality is
! somewhat variable.
Sweet potatoes need a dry
storage place, not too hot—not
too cold. They will keep best
j when stored at temperatures of
about 52 to 60 deg.F. Sweet
potatoes are easily bruised,
therefore, they should be han
dled carefully. Waxed sweet
potatoes generally have a longer
| storage life.
j SUNDAY SCHOOL 1
Continued from Pago 6—Section i
■ bis creation. God is not capri
cious; He can he depended upon
iand is responsible in his deal
lings with mankind. They also
that, in turpi, man is re
sponsible in his dealings with
God. Man has ■ received the
great gift of life; he lives on an
earth he did not create; he uses
ja body he did not fashion. He
■ has limitless access to sources
I which he did not provide. There-
I fore, he is beholden to learn and
obey the will ot God, the, creator
and provider of all these great
blessings. According to the pro
poets, obedience to the will or
laws of God is man’s part of the
covenant. It is through this
obedience to law he attains or
der and harmony in his relation
. ship with 'God and, as a natural
| consequence, within himself and
i with his fellow men.
Man is responsible. He can
choose to obey or disobey. He
lean work with God in complete
I cooperation, or he can rebel
' against God. He can either fol
! low his own whims and desires,
ior he can discipline them in loy
ally to a higher law. And this
|is the awesome glory that lifts
lus above all else in creation.
! What a heavy responsibility we
have! This is, at one and the
same time, both our glory and
our anguish. Knowledge of
moral law teaches us what is
right, but it does not enable us
to do what is right. What con
No one has described this fun
damental human predicament
better than the Apostle Paul,
when he said of himself: “I do
not understand my own actions.
For 1 do not do what I want,
but 1 do the very thing I hate—
-1 can will what is right, but I
cannot do it ... ” (Romans
7:15, 18. 24). Who among us
does not recognize in that blunt
statement the truth about him
Jeremiah, the most sensitive
and perceptive of the prophets,
realized that the old covenant
that man had with God asked of
man what he could not do;
therefore a new covenant be
tween man and his Creator was
needed. And this new covenant
must not be one of law, but one
of grace. It must be God enter
ing man’s life to do for man
what he cannot do for himself.
And as Jesus becomes a per
son lo us—one we can love and
follow—his great love for us
awakens the power of love in us,
in return. This new covenant
which is. offered to us is formed
by the inexhaustible love of God,
written in the hearts of men, and
entered through Jesus Christ. It
is God’s gift to us—an act of
grace. Being a gift, it cannot be
earned. But it can be humbly
accepted, in a spirit of gratitude
and dedication. And who can
refuse such a gift?
IThese comments are based on
outlhies of the International
Sunday School Lessons, copy
righted by the Internaticnal
Council of Religious Education,
and used by permission).
The race is not to the swift,
nor the battle to tile strong.
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