Br WILBORNE HARRELL A
J wrote my Roundup so hurri
edly last week, I omitted one
line which I fully intended to
use. But it is never too late to
correct an error; so, belatedly,
I’ll start this column off with
last week’s missing line:
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
Phil Osopher says, Learn to
fvhat you get, and don’t
get too many wants. You’ll be
1 ' I
Our most immediate serious
problem is Castro and Cuba.
Castro is irresponsible and un
predictable. If, at any time. WW
HI should be launched, Cuba
WITH THE FARM WOMI.A
By MAIDRED MORRIS
HD Women Make Home Safely
Lenoir County Home Demon
stration Club members are co
operating with the Lenoir Coun- i
ty Safety Council in making a
home safety inventory. The
safety leaders realize the per-i
centage of home accidents and
fatalities is too high. By par-i
ticipating in such a cooperative'
program they hope to stimulate
or crehte greater interest in |
prevention of home accidents. .
Miss Marie Penuel, home eco-'
f*T £; ‘ ■.)
10%-15% Even 25%
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will most certainly be a base of
operation for the enemy. And;
with Cuba just about 90 miles;
i off our coast, that is indeed
very serious. !
Here is an idea—but one which
I don’t think will be very popu-t
lar. School and college is a job,
and a business, and very import-'
ant. So why not make it a,
year-round business, with a 2-
week vacation and holidays off
as any other business or job.
.Look at the same saved, id i-.e
appreciably shortening of the
school term. Graduation would
come earlier, and a young man
or woman would be launched
earlier in a profitable career.
nomics agent, says the inven
j tory survey she. - i d iiclo indicate
1 the specific areas that need more
Home Demonstration Club wo
men in Chatham County have
i found a wav of preparing meals
for family members on a diet,
| for ones living alone, for elder
I couples, and for emergency
1 Mrs. Annabel Powers, assist-
I ant home economics agent, says
' the women learned how to
THE CHOWAN HERALD
Any mode of warfare is out
dated and outmoded in the next
war. It has always been so. The
Revolutionary War and Civil
War tactics were outdated by
the Spanish-American War, and
that war in turn by WW I. and
WW 11. Even Korea gave us
new techniques of warfare. And
for that reason. I believe the
aircraft carrier is obsolete and
on the way out. However, il
and when the next war is fought,
you may rest assured it will not
be fought with weapons and tac
tics of the past. The urgencies
and dire necessities engendered
by war always develop better
v\ capons and techniques.
I o compromise with communism! J
f ,'eze individual servings of I
food in small plastic “pouch |
h gs which can later be drop- j
i> d in boilng water until it is
, hot and ready to serve.
Landscaping Serves As
Brasstown Home Demonstra
tion Club members are proud
to have a new post office in
their community and have de
eded to landscape the building
as a community service pro
Mrs, Justine Rozier, home eco
nomics agent m Clay County,
says that Mrs. Frank during-1
hell' is chairman of the project.
Club members are donating
shrubs and other plants and the
Boys mud Girls
CRH T»I mini H» KIHIK TIE >ll«
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FOR YOUR PROTECTION, REMEMBER TO:
• T*i tom lift* fra* strapra • An* fart ud letwiy streets
• Retoe rtfes etterei bj strainers • Mew jeer local poteema
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\ V# »m<h J fcnw W hwdle^be
men are going to do the "d%.-
Dried F.o'.ver Workshop
Mrs. M. A. Horner. New Bern.
Rl. 3, is a leader in the Nouse
River Home Demonstration Club
iin Craven County. She has re- ,
[ce fitly turned her dining room
into a workshop for the Women
in her community. She is teach -
| ing them to use grasses, weeds.
| seed pods, dried tlowers, and:
leaves in dried arrangements for
home use or as gifts.
Miss Rebecca Colwell, homej
economics agent, says Mrs. Horn
er learned the skill of arranging
dried materials at the Home
Demonstration craft camp this
Hiddenito community was win
ner in the small town group
competition in the community:
development activities this year!
in Alexander County.
Mrs. Agnes Watts, home eco
nomics a ,v cnt, says one of the,
outstanding achievements of this
community was the project of
the Home Demonstration Club.
They sponsored the fly spray
program. They raised S3OO to
pay for getting their area spray
ed once a week from May to
Do you know how to wash.
dishes the "streamline” way?:
Miss Rebecca Leonard, assistant
home economics agent in Anson
County, recently presented a
demonstration to her 4-H girls
on hints to observe when wash
ing dishes. A
She explained some principles
to use in the dishwashing pro
cess such as washing dishes from
right to left, always using as
few motions as possible, and otli-,
er slops to conserve energy.
Importance of understanding
the spiritual meaning of the
Eucharist and of truly commem
orating the life of Christ Jesus
will be emphasized at the semi
annual communion service at
Christian Science churches this
Highlighting the Lesson-Ser- 1
nion entitled "Sacrament” is the
Go'den Text from I Corinthians
(5:31 "Let us keep the feast, not
with old leaven, neither with
the leaven of malice and wick
edness; but with the unleavened
bn-ad of sincerity and truth.”
Selections to be road from
“Science and Health with Key
to tile Scriptures" by Mary Bak
er Eddy include the following:
"The baptism of Spirit, washing
the body of all the impurities of
flesh, signifies that the pure in
heart see God and are approach
ing spiritual Life and its dem
Also included in the Lesson
PARIN' TO GO
Without Nagging Harkarhk
Now I You can rn. the fast relief yoa
need from namting hackach*'. headache I
and n»w*rul»r aches ami twins that often
» - aviso restless nights and miserable tired
out fwKnps, When these dkco«furhi
come on with overexert*** or stress and
strain—you want relief—want it fast I
Another disturbance may he mild bladder
irritation following wrong food and |
drink--often aettinir up a restless un
(hum's r»Ha awrk fast in 3 separate
ways: l. by sjealy twin-relieving action
to ease torment of nagging hackachn
lieatlaches. muscular aches and twins.
3* by soothing effect on bladder irrita
tion. 3. by tat hi dietetic action tending
to increase output of the IS miles of ,
a vend night's sleet' and the |
at happy relief million* have for over t
to years. New* lane aiaa aavee money. »
Get Duan> PilU today I * \
Doaits Pills >
Sermon is this passage: lhe
eup of blessing which we bless,
is it not the communion of the
blood of Christ? The bread
which wo break, is it not the:
communion of the body of I
Christ?” .1 Cor. 10:1(51.
| For Tlir People 1
; itv w. uovi.v: ;
ruhlir Information OllUvr J
| North t'arolina Stale Hoard of J
I‘WMi* Wellare *!
Why is public welfare necessary
in such times ot prosperity? |
There are many reasons. One |
is the "population explosion”—
the increase in births since j
World War 11. There are in- [
croasingly more homes broken!
by divorce, desertion and other
absences from the home of the
father. Most of the mothers of)
these children are not able to!
leave the home and work, and
are financially unable to sup
port their children.
Wo have an increasing number
of old people. There are in
North Carolina ovei 3U0.00U peo
ple over (>5 years of age. Peo
ple are living longer, due to ad
vances in medical science. >-*•; i
many of these old people are not
able to work to support them
selves: many have no families
to care for them: many of them
wore not able, because of lack
of training and education, to
hold jobs during their working
years which paid enough for
them to save for their old age.
Another reason manv people
need help is that it is increas-j
ingly difficult for the untrained. \
unskilled person to get gainful!
employment that pays sufficient)
wages t>> take care of his needs
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* flow, u'htr or tall today.
DURHAM. N. C.
Wm. B. Gardner
9. O. B«x 548 —Edanton. N. C.
and those of his family.
Also, the cost of living con- j
tinues to rise. Any increase
hurts the very poor more than,
those in comfortable circum-;
Aren't most of the illegitimate
childre: in N. C. getting
help from public welfare? !
No! Only 9 per cent of th< j
illegitimate child:--n ieceive any
financial as istance from public
welfare in North Carolina. Over
90 per cent, therefore, are being
cared for by relatives or other
persons responsible for them.
< But aren't more and more i.legit
imate children getting public
' No. The proportion of fami
lies with illegitimate children iti
I the cases of county departments
of public welfare has . declined
) considerably, The percentage
I dropped from tibout one-fifth «if
I the families in 1956 to about 1(5
per cent in 1953. while the na
! tional average stands at 20 per
j cent of the families.
Aren't many women having ille
gitimate children so they can
collect more public welfare
No. An additional child would
mean, on the average, an in
crease of less than $lO per
month in the payment. It would
be ridiculous to assume that this
would be an incentive to a wo-,
man to continue to have illegiti
Why aren't all illegitimate chil-
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dentists say "wonderful" . , .
'best I've ever used” . . .
"best tooth paste on the market
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YOU CAN T SEE THE BANK IN THIS PICTURE |
... BUT ITS THfRfJ
Many a local famih can tell vou of a ' silent partner* who steadih con
tributes to better and happier living the hank.
It may be through a savings account where thrift builds character,
protection, home ownership; through a checking account for conven
ience and economy; through a loan to meet an emergence, finance a car,
repair and improve the home; or through plain financial advice and
Do you need such a partner.' Then come in. Let us put this hank
in jour picture.
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EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA
3% Interest Paid On Savings Accounts
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
DEPOSITS INSURED TO SIO,OOO
Thursday, January 5, 1961.
Edenton, North Carolina
dren cut off public welfare 1
The citizens of North Carolina 1
would not permit the neglect and
hunger of so many children.
Ours is a society which does not
believe a child should be penaliz
ed because of the condition of its ,
birth. If such action were tak-!
en, there might be a sharp re-,
duction in immediate expendi
tures, but there would be an
unthinkable cost in terms of ex- 1
penditure for crime, juvenile de- :
linquency. and medical costs ,f
these children were allowed ,to
grow up in poverty, neglect and
Why can't mothers cf illegili
mate children be sterilised
so they cannot have more
They can only be sterilized,
under North Carolina law. if
mental!) ill. mentally retarded,
or epileptic. Otherwise, sterili*
zation would be unconstitutional.
Who sleepeth with dogs shall
rise v .th fleas. —John Florin.
DON'T GET UP NIGHTS
II juM :• n«! I*2 hours to «t«rt
r«*lief~.»r your luick; at an> drug
store. \\ lieu tmietiomtl kidne> d»s
»rd»*rs cause getting up nights, scant.\
flow, •fiiruiiu;, hat karhe, leg pains,
li/./iness take surprising It I KhITS 4-
ilav treatment. \rts las’ t » increase
inil regulate passage. NOW at
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