( Negro Home Demonstration News
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-Hie. first three ratings among
Hotne Demonstration Clubs on
the most outstanding club of the
year, fpr March.
1. Canaan Temple
;l ' 2. Hall
•, . 3. Center Hill
The second training meeting
Club girls carrying the
J’WififcA-H Enriched Corn Meal
Activity, will be held Saturday,!
at the Brown-Carver !
Libraiy,' 2:00 P. M. Participants
are to bring two muffins or
■ pieces of enriched cornbread
they prepared, which will be
used in the training on “How
To Judge Enriched Corn Meal
M'iiifihs.” Four-H Club leaders
will *3Sist with the training j
The workshop conducted last,
Wednesday by Mrs. G. K. j
Greenlee, Subject Matter Spe- ]
cialist, on “Refinishing Old Pic- j
ture Frames,” was very sue-'
cessfui. Twenty-five leaders at-1
tended and completed the work I
to be accomplished in the first |
day of the workshop. The sec- j
.-rankly Speaking i
This isn’t an original idea, but
it’s always fun to fool around
with. 1 mean the idea of tak
ing book or movie or, in today’s
case, song titles and attributing
thspj. .to some of our local citi
zens. In other words, which of
today’s popular songs match
some of the folks you know?
The songs on this list are ac
tually on the top one-hundred
for this week. For instance,
thiP 4 number seven song is
“Apache". That could’ve been
recorded by Jimmy Ricks. You
know, apache the rip in the
trousers. See? Here’s another
one: “I’ve Told Every Little
Star.” That might be the theme
of our movie-man Big Jim
Earnhardt. How about the
number eleven song? That
could’ve been recorded by Mr.
Mitchener who’s running for
May«r. once again. The song is
coiled: “Please Love Me For
ever.” “Pony Time,” could’ve
bben (.recorded by Mr. Haskett.
“Don f t; Worry,” might be sung
by Chief Dail. Troy Toppin
could’ve recorded “One Mint
jQlep:” Os course, the theme
from “One Eyed Jack,” would’ve
been waxed by Joe Thorud.
Sam Cooke’s hit record of
“That’s It, I Quit. I’m Movin'
On,” could’ve been cut by the
lately departed Bill Bunch. How
about “Walk Right Back?” That
record might’ve been made by
Willie Bunch. A current ballad
favorite called: “Gee Whiz, Look
at His Eyes,” might’ve been re
corded by Doctor Ferguson.
“Once Upon A Time”, by Er
nest Kehayes. Leo LaVoie, in
honor of his recent and deserved
promotion, might possibly have
cut a version of another popu
lar tune, called “You Can De
pend on Me.” WCDJ’s Dick
Scbuman must’ve recorded the
song, “Find Another Girl.” Mr.
Scott, of the tire recapping com
pany bearing his name, proba
bly at least inspired the song,
“Wheels”. A lovely teenager,
Karen Hollowell, might have
made the record of “Where the
Taylor Theatre |
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Thursday and Friday,
Edmund Purdom in
"HEROD THE GREAT"
UinemaScopo and Color
Saturday. April nZ
Carlos Thompson in
"THE LAST REBEL"
• Kastman Color j
Top Rock Stars in
Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday, April 23-24-25
Rqbart Mitchum and
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ond day of the workshop will
jbe held May 24. The leaders
came out to learn and work and
they agreed the fellowship en
joyed during the day, made
their work most pleasant.
Another training meeting was
held last wffbk. This one for
project leaders in home garden
ing, conducted by T. W. Flow
ers, Extension Horticulturist.
Training was given in “Vege
table Insect Control.” Leaders
will give this information in
Home Demonstration Clubs and
community meetings this month.
Do attend your meeting—mem
bers and non-members.
On May 4. a “Hat Making
Workshop” will be h2ld for
Home Demonstration Clothing
Project Leaders. It will be con
ducted by Miss Pauline Callo
way, Home Economics Agent.;
After this workshop, leaders j
will conduct workshops through
out the county, so that all who
wish to learn to make hats, may
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FRANK M. HOLMES J
Last week Frank M. Holmes |
filed as a candidate for Coun
cibnan-al-large in Edenton’s
municipal election Tuesday, May
Boys Are.” Snookie Bond, who
delved into the past in a series
of special programs for WCDJ,
might have recorded, “Just For'
Old Times Sake”. Other song
hits include: “My Three Sons,”
by Nancy Mitchener. ‘Trust In
Me,” by Dick Dixon. “Brass
Buttons," py Charlie or Joe ]
Swanner. “Like Long Hair,”j
by Mr. Perry. “Funny,” Milt
Bunch; “Merry Go-Round” by
Carrie Earnhardt, who was on
one for the pilgrimage. “A
Dollar Down,” by Oscar Grif
fin. “Sleep-eyed John,” by
Johnny Woolard, and finally
“What'd I Say,” by good-buddy j
Tom Shields and, of course, I
“Model Girl,” by Valeria Rob-1
erts. Y’all can take it from
here. Mebbe you’ll use other i
songs, or book or movie titles, j
but it’s kind of a fun-thing to
fool around with when you have
nothing better to do.
Closing thought: Most men
never get so pessimistic they
can’t see the bright side of the
other fellow’s misfortune.
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AFTER DEATH... WHAT?
By TERRY JONES
It has been said that all of life
s but a prepaiation for .death,
this is an astounding age of bril
liant men in many Lelds. Many
have risen to fame and pros
perity in material things. Still
ihe words of the Apostle Paul
ring out to every man whether
be be a prince or a pauper, “It
is appointed unto men once to
die.” Death is a part of life
that must come. Doctors and
scientists work diligently every
hour in the day trying to ward
off the dreary and dreaded death
angel, but he always slinks into
the human life .and snuffs it out.
He is always the victor.
In a hundred years rrom now ,
almost every person on this
earth today wii! be dead. Our
bodies will be without feeling,
but what about the soul? The
part of life that will be eternal. I
It will live forever in one of two
places—in Heaven with God or'
in a place Christ called Hades or |
Hell. Many people say that a
God of love wouldn’t send us to
a place as terrible as Hell. Christ
says in Matthew 13:41-42 that the
Son of Man shall send forth His
angels and all the workers of
iniquity shall be cast into a fur
nace of fire, and there shall be
wailing and gnashing of teeth.
This is only one of many places
in God’s word that Hell is spok
en of. God will send us to Hell,
however. He didn’t want one of
us to be lost. He presented to
us His plan of salvation by giv
ing us His only begotten son that
whoever would trust Him as per
sonal saviour from sin and make
Him lord of their life would re
ceive life of happiness and peace
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: that is everlasting.
Man actually sends himself to
- hell. God will not take slo into
’ heaven, and all have sinned so
■ He provided away of escape
l through Christ. It is hard to un
-1 derstand why a person will tell
’ ybu outright that they believe in
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i' their lives that apparently they
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! They go on living the same life
of sin as if death will never
. come. Let us ever be mindful
that it is appointed unto men
1 once to die, and the words of
1 Paul when ha said “now is the
accepted time, behold now is the
: day of salvation.” The time to
prepare for death is now, for
when death comes in the twink
lin g of an eye the chance is
Craftsman Fair At
E. City Now Open
1 The 1961 Albemarle Craftsman
Fair at Elizabeth City officially
opened at 1 P. M. Wednesday,
April 19. The fair remained
open Wednesday from 1 to 9
P. M. and will be open today
(Thursday) April 20, from 1 to
9 P. M.
Individuals or groups from
Gates, Perquimans, Pasquotank,
Camden, Currituck, Dare and
Chowan Counties have booths
demonstrating various crafts in
cluding wood carving, wood
turning, copper tooling, alum
inum chasing and embossing,
hooked and braided rugs, Swed
ish darning, Italian hemstitch
ing, fish netting ana stool bot
toming. There are 20 educational I
booths of this type. In addition I
to these educational booths, there
are general exhibits of many j
other interesting craft items. Two
clubs from Chowan County have
educational booths. Oak Grove
has a booth on fish netting. In
addition to someone demonstrat- !
ing tying fish net, there are j
many objects and items in the i
booth showing the use of fish!
Advance has a booth demon
strating stool bottoming. The j
different steps in preparing a i
stool before bottoming and dem-j
onstrating the actual steps in!
bottoming a stool will be done j
by members of the Advance j
Home Demonstration Club.
Many of the items made and j
on display during the fair will ■
be for sale. There will be no !
charge for admission but dona- |
tions will be accepted. The pub-1
lie is cordially invited to attend ,
the fair, which is beng held at (
the Natonal Guard Armory, off '■
Ehringhaus Street in Elizabeth 1
John Willis Ellis
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
Governor Ellis realized when
a few “hot-headed” southern ]
states seceded from the Union, i
the others, including North Caro-.I
lina, would be drawn into the
conflict. Therefore, he recom
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mended a conference of stages
and preparation for “any war.”
He suggested that the militia be
i reorganized and a convention
called. Shortly before hostilities
began, the Legislature appointed
two sets of delegates, one for
the peace conference of southern
states in Montgomery.
A question of calling a state
convention was submitted to
popular vote and defeated. Presi
dent Lincoln’s demand for troops
led to immediate occupation of
federal forts by state troops. The
Governor called a special session
of the Legislature which voted to
secede from the Union on> May
20, 1861. The Legislature ap
proved Governor Ellis’ prepara
tion for war, including authoriza
tion to send troops out of the
state. Volunteers were armed
and equipped and North Caro
lina offered assistance to Vir
ginia and the Confederacy.
Governor Ellis became ill
shortly aiter the outbreak of the
Civil War and was advised by
his doctor to retire from office.
He refused to heed his doctor’s
advise, but was finally forced to
retire. He died at Red Sulphur
Springs, Virginia, July 7, 1861.
His body was returned from
Petersburg to Raleigh with mili
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By order of the Town Council, on
Monday. May 8, I will advertise for sale
for taxes all property on which 1960
taxes and assessments have not been
paid, the date of sale being Monday,
Please pay your taxes before May 8,
and thus avoid having your property
advertised for sale.
W. B. GARDNER, Collector
TOWN OF EDENTON
tary escort by the Ellis Light
Artillery. He only- served as
Governor for about three months
at the beginning of the Civil
War before his death. He was
succeeded by Henry T. Clark of
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