' —BECTIOW TWO
By CATHERINE AMAN
Assistant Home Economics Agent
! In the school 4-H Club meet
ings this week 4-H’ers have been
how to acquire good
planners anti learning to be like
able. In this article I will be
«sing excerpts from YOUTH
COMES OF AGE.
V: Did you ever begin with this
friendly greeting, "Fine day,
Isn’t it?”—only to get an an
swer similar to this, "Yeh, but
you never can tell what it'll be
night.” It has been said
there are no short cuts In learn
ing to be likeable, and one of
the first things to be learned
Is to “be governed by your likes
rather than by your dislikes."
It is hard sometimes —but always
good to be ready to “give at
tention to the agreeable happen-'
ings; ignore the disagreeable.”
It takes time and practice to j
build up this positive attitude,
“There is no secret about the'
way to become such a person
. . . We become more likeable
persons by forming habits of
friendly living with others. Per- |
sonality has been defined as the
sum total of our habits. You 1
have probably noticed that the
persons you admire for their (
likeable ways seem to do the
right thing without thinking.
Good cheer, friendliness, and
considerateness are habitual with
I think these are good points]
for all of us to ponder on and
then put into action.
In the community clubs this
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month the demonstration is
“How To Make A Lamp.” This
demonstration, is being used as
an introduction to an electrical
workshop which will be held in
the near future. It is also a good
way for 4-H’ers to supplement
an electric project.
The North Carolina 4-H Club
Electric Awards Program is
open to any boy or girl con
ducting an electric project in the
4-H Club. All records should
be completed and submitted to
the County Extension Agents notj
later than June 25, 1961. These I
i records include the project book |
and standard report form.
The. county awards include a
two-day, all-expense trip to the
4-H Electric Congress for the j
winning boy and girl. Four
gold-filled medals of honor for
Blue Award group (two boys,
tw'o girls) will be awarded in
each county by the Westinghouse
On a territorial basis, at the
4-H Electric Congress each spon
soring! power company will
award* to winners from its terri-|
. tory two first prizes, each to be |
a SIOO scholarship, and two sec
ond prizes, each to be an en
graved gold watch.
1 The state winner will be
| awarded an all-expense trip to
; the National 4-H Club Congress
j in Chicago during the fall.
I Any 4-H boy or girl may en
roll and participate in the elec
trict workshop regardless of
whether an electric project is be- 1
ing carried or not. This is a I
! good W'ay to get started and!
1 might interest 4-H’ers to enroll j
in the electric project next year.
| SUNDAY SCHOOL ]
j Cont'd. from Page 7—Section 2 ,
backgrounds and different ap-|
proaches to any given set of cir-!
cumstances. Bearing this in!
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. JANUARY », 1961.
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PREVENT CRIPPLING DISEASES
mind, there are still some fun
damental steps along the way of
spiritual rebirth which all Chris
tians can follow.
First, one must have a sincere
sense of need. Lacking this,
there can be no significant spir
itual growth. There is little
hope for the complacent, or the
Second, we need to have a
clear and sharp vision of the
new life God brings through
Christ. One comes to an aware
ness of a possibility he had nev
er sensed before.
Third, we must know sincere
repentance. Thus does not ne
cessarily mean self-rejection; it
merely means sincere regret fori
having made so little of life]
heretofore, or having lived on
lower levels. In the light of the 1
new and finer vision one looks
to the past saying, "I shall doj
something better, and be some
And, lastly, one must have a
sense of responsible decision. 1
The new birth is marked by
the exercise of the power to
FOR ALL MAKE
EDENTON, N. C.
I choose. Orie chooses to respond
with all his being to God. To
live liV in the light of the high
est that one has come to know
about God is the sincere purpose.
of the Christian. 1
After these initial steps have;
been taken, there is still ample’,
room for growth. 1
However, having taken these
steps, one has a new direction
| for his life, and a new dedication
iin that life. He has been bom
on a new level of experience.
It has been the experience of
countless numbers among us
that coming to know Jesus as
the Christ has led them to this
new birth we seek. He has re-
I vealed people to themselves, in
| spiring in them a sense of need, j
He has revealed to them a vision
l of what life might be. He has I
inspired repentance, and deepest
j dedication and purpose. He has
given “life in His name!”
IThese comments are based on
1 outlines of the Internationa*
Is Pleased To Announce That
Will, NOW BE MARKETED IN
THE EDENTON AREA
John M. Elliott
Mr. W. J. Yates, due to age, i 8 retiring from business and
urges all of his customers to continue doing business
with “SINCLAIR* 1 and
JOHN M. ELLIOTT
F th fine t' Pt 1 P l ' ‘l. d m| ued
Indty School Loosens, copy
rigMM by the International
Council of Religious Education,
and used by permission).
On account of the first Mon
day in January falling on a
holiday the. Board of County
Commissioners met Tuesday,!
January 3, 1961, at 9 o’clock
A. M., with' all members pres
ent including Chairman W. E.
Bond and Commissioners C. J.
Hollowell, Dallas Jethro, Jr., J.
Gilliam .Wood and C. M. Evans.
The minutes of the previous
meetings, were read and approv
ed and the following bills order
Chamber of Commerce, ap
propriation, $500.00; Orthopedic'
Clinic, appropriation, $15.00; H.j
S. Small, rent, $25.00; J. A. j
Mitchener, rent, $60.00; District j
Health Dept, appropriation and j
vital statistics, $1,020.45; General j
County Fund, repayment of tern- 1
porary loan, $1,215.00; Peoples
Bank & Trust Co., $6.00: John!
E. Shackelford, postage, $10.00; j
A. P. and N. L. Bateman, j
$64.65; R. C. Helmkamp, blankets
for jail, $36.00; Peoples Bank &
Trust Co., withholding tax dept.,
$581.27; W. E. Bond, expenses
attending meeting, $4.60; Dallas
Jethro, Jr., expenses attending
meeting, $11.62; George Chevro
let Co., payment of fire truck,
$2,631.00; Fire District, temporary
loan, $400.00; Pittsburgh Plate
Glass Co., repairs, $13.50; H. S.
Small, rent, $55.00; William
Mayo, janitor, $2.50; Norfolk &
Carolina Tel. & Tel. Co., ser
vices • for Welfare Dept., $15.15;
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EDENTON AUTO PARTS
W. Queen St. Phone 3410
Mrs. Carolyn C. McMullan, trav
el, $3.23; Mrs. Hazel S. Elliott,
travel, $10.36; United States
Postmaster, postage, $12.00; R.
J. Boyce, services, $31.47; Bond’s
Grocery, $18.00; Mrs. Bertha B. !
Bunch, services, $34.00; Bertram i
Byrum, $31.25; Bertram Byrum,
care of prisoners, $288.83; Pau
line Calloway,' telephone services
and supplies, $28.70; Onnie S.
Charlton. P. O. Box rent, $2.25;
Carolina Trailways, $14.74;' Caro
lina Overall Co., $3.20; The Cho
wan Herald, $79.50; Chowan Hos
pital, Inc., for indigent patients,
$518.82; Coastal Office Eruip
ment Co., $1.30; Commercial
Printing Co., $15.98; Cuthrell’s
Dept. Store, $13.36; Davis Type
writer Service, $29.02; Eastern
N. C. Sanatorium, $52.80; Eden
ton Ice Co., $359.83; Eden ton In
surance Agency, $350.00; Edenton
Office Supply, $12.80; Edwards
& Broughton Printing Co., $8.18;
N. C. State Board of Health,
Chowan County rat program,
$125.68; Earl Goodwin, Sheriff,
services and bills, $120.40; Ha'r
rell Gas & Coal Co., $11.63;
Gravely Sanatorium. $4.80; Hill
Mfg. Co., $26.73; Hughes-Parker
Hardware Co, $4.05; Walter B.
Jones, supplies. $90.88; W. H.
King Drug Co., $62.36; Isaac Cor
nelious, $14.00: R. T. Mills, Plbg.
& Heating, Mar
ket Reports, Inc., $43.75; N. C.
Association of County Commis
sions. $109.00; Norfolk & Carolina
Tel. & Tel. Co., services for
countv offices: County jail $14.77,
Sheriff $27.23, U. S. Govt. Soil
Conservation Service $10.35, Reg
i ister of Deeds $7.65, Clerk Su-
I perior Court $12.70, County At-
I countant $9.25, Tax Supervisor
$7.00, Fletcher Lassiter $9.85;
The Office Supply Store. $54.65;
iC. W. Overman, telephone ser
vices and supplies, $25.00; H. R.
Pfttele, $5.00; Ricks Laundiy,,
$6.20; Rowson A Blair Funeral!
Home, $25.00; Tom H. Shepard,!
services, $83.70; Sheler Publish-'
ing Co, Inc, $7.00; Smith-Co
rona, $15.48; Town of Edenton, 1
E & W Dept, $90.07; «. Wayne
Stevens, law books, $7.00; N. C.j
Dept, of Conservation Sc Devel-i
opment, $167.21; State Associa-|
tion of County Accountants of
North Carolina’, $5.00; Twiddy
Williams, coroner’s fee, $5.00; ■
general salaries for month of.
December, $4,703.78. *
On motion made by Dallas
Jethro, Jr, seconded by C. J.
Hollowell and unanimously car
ried, upon request of Mrs. Josie,
Ruth Carr, chairman of The Con- 1
federate Centennial Committee,
the following additional members
are added to the Chowan County
Confederate Centennial Commit-1
tee: Mrs. Medlin Belch, Mrs. J.j
W. Davis, Mrs. Richard Dixon,;
Sr, Mrs. Lloyd Griffin, Miss
Minnie Hollowell, Mrs. J. Clar-!
ence Leary, Sr, Mrs. Robert
Marsh, Mrs. Granbery Tucker,
The Rev. Fred B. Drane, E. W.
Spires, Sidney S. Campen,
Thomas C. Byrum, Jr, Mrs. Hen
ry Jordan, Mrs. J. L. Hassell,
Mrs. Warner Evans, Mrs. Claude
Small, Jr„ Mrs. O. C. Long, Jr,
Mrs. Belle W. Parker, Mrs.
Cameron Boyce, Mrs. T. L Ward.
On motion made by J. Gil
liam Wood, seconded by C. M.
Evans and unanimously carried
that the county attorney be au
thorized to institute foreclosure
proceedings on all real property
located in the county where the
county taxes are delinquent for
a period of four years or more,
and that he follow the form pre
scribed in G. 5.105-392 where the
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i A notice to apply to the N. C.
i Alcohol to Beverage Control'
Board for a permit to sell beer i
. presented by Arthur Riddick
Chappell, trade name the Pick
] wick Billiards, was approved.
1 The following reports were ac
cepted and ordered filed: Coun
ty Welfare Dept.; Edenton Fire
Dept.; Sheriff; C. W. Overman,
1 County Agent; Pauline Calloway,
j home economics agerjt; Catherine
Am an, assistant home economics
agent; Fletcher Lassited, Negro
county agent; Onnie S. Charlton,
Negro home economics agent. ;
| There being no further busi*
ness, the meeting was adjourned.
I W. E. BOND, Chairman
! BERTHA B. BUNCH,
EDENTON, N. C.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Dick Bogarde In
"SONG WITHOUT END”
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Friday and Saturday,
Jerry Lewis in
Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, January 15-16-17
Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence
Harvey and Eddie Fisher to
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Wednesday, January 18—