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Negro Home Demonstration News ]
■r BUS. ONNB 8. CHARLTON, Co maty Necro Home Bcoaomles A|mt J
Though this is January 5, I!
take this opportunity to wish!
such of you a Happy and Pros-;
perous New Year.
j It’s time now for family plan-'
hing. Have you earnestly con-'
Sidered your’ accomplishments'
and progress made during 1960?
Have you listed your shortcom
ings or reasons why you did not,
accomplish certain goals in I 960?
Has your family gotten together j
on plans for 1961? If not, now j
is the time. Don’t forget to.
discuss these items:
1. Food for the family. Whatj
can be done to insure better I
jneals—that is, meals during the'
day to include the 5 Basie food'
groups. Could you produce and
conserve more food?
2. Housing. Is the house in
yieed or repair? Who will make,
the repairs? When? Maybe the
house is not large enough for
sleeping, eating, entertaining or
does nofc have adesuate storage.
What will you do to correct
3. Home Conveniences. Family
members should discuss equip-!
ment needed to help keep homej
.dean and orderly. What will
be purchased in 1961?
4. Home Furnishings. Whatj
does the family need to make i
home more comfortable, attrac
tive and livable.
5. Clothing. Family members
should plan to do more home;
•ewing to get proper clothes for
comfort and health. |
6. Other items of business that'
should be discussed and plans;
made for 1961 are: (1) txiuca- 1
tion for the children; (2) health
and medical care for the family;
s(3) family recreation, and (4)
slt?tring and contributing to com-!
munity, county and state activ:-;
ties, such as church and special
Next you will make your
Spending and Saving Plan for
1961. If you need assistance in!
your family financial planning, |
please call on us.
Jan. 3—4-H Clubs, White Oaki
Jan. 4—Center Hill Communi-;
ty Meeting, community building
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at 7:30 P. M.
Jan. 5—4-H Club at St. John
School: Hudson Grove Commun
ity Meeting, Hudson Grove Hall
at 7:30 P. M.
Jan. 9— 4-H Clubs at Edenton
High School; YMW Club at Rob
in’s Restaurant at 8:00 P. M.
Jan. 10 —4-H Clubs at Eden
ton High School; Edenton HD
I Club, Mrs; M. M. Tillett at 8:00
‘ P. M.: Yeopim Community, Ca
, naan Temple Hall at 7:30 P. M.
Jan. 12—Meat Cutting & Cur-
I ing Demonstration,
i Jan. 13 —Triangle HD Club.
: Mrs. Mary Nixon at 2:30 P. M.
| Jan. 16—Paradise Road HF>
! Club. Mrs. Emily Coston at 7:00
IP. M.: Paradise Road Cummuni
-Ity Meeting. Mrs. Emily Coston
at 8:30 P. M.
Jan. 17—Hudson Grove HD
| Club, Hudson Grove Hall at
: 2:30 P. M.
Jan. 18—Medical Examination
for 4-H Health Contestants, 1:30
P. M.; Canaan Temple HD, Mrs.
1.. B. Soston at 2:30 PM;
| Jan. 19—St. John HD. Mrs.
Rhodia Roberts at 1:00 P. M.;j
j Center Hill 4-H Club. Communi-1
! ty Building at 7:30 P. M.
1 Jan. 20 —HD County Council,
i office at 1:30 P. M.
Jan. 23—Virginia Fork HD.
Jan. 24—Warren Grove HD,
| Mrs. Mattie Bonner, at 2:30 P.
| M.; Warren Grove-Green Hall
Community Meeting, Educational'
Building at 7:30 P. M.
Jan. 25—Green Hall HD. Mrs.
j Roxle Roberts at 2:30 P. M.
Jan. 26—Center Hill HD, Com
■ munity Building at 2:30 P. M. |
1 Jan. 27—Ryans Grove HD. 1
Mrs. Tamar White at 7:00 P. M.;
Ryans Grove Community. Mrs.
Tamar White at 8:30 P. M.
I Jan. 31-—Training School for
j Officers, office at 7:30 P. M.
Good Question |
A mother was telling her six-'
year-old son about the golden!
| “Always remember.” she said,
'“that we are here to help oth
Tire youngster mulled this’
lover for a minute and then I
“Well, what are the others
TSZ CSOWAK KZKAI.D. EDENTON. WORTH C.AHOLIHA. THunSDAT. JANUARY 5, 1961.
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