Hegro Home Demonstration News
' Bjr MBS. ONNIE 8. CHABLTON, County Negro Home Keonomlrs Agent
Twenty-four 4-H Club mem
bers from Chowan County at
tended the Northeastern District
4-H, Club Federation at the John
R. Hawkins High School, War
renton, N. C., last Thursday.
Nine participated in the contests.
Marjorie Harris was awarded
third place with her Dairy Foods
demonstration —‘’Milk Saves The
Day”. Jean Hall was third
place with her dressy dress in
the Dress Revue Contest. O. C.
Holley, Jr., and Bernard Moye
i were third with their vegetable
! production demonstration on
| “Growing Early Tomato Plants.”
Doris and Eleanor Jerkins en
tered the vegetable preparation
contest with their demonstration
on “Good Health from tne Good
Earth.” Ruby Simons modeled a
school dress revue contest:
James Taylor and David Taylor
entered the Farmers Cooperative
Demonstration contest with their
demonstration “Why Should
Farmers Form Cooperatives”.
Others attending: Mary Gran
by, Mary Alice Jerkins, Mary
Taylor, Marjorie Holley, Alma
Cajpehart, Carolyn Jordan, Helen
Boyce, Norma Riddick, Celia
Mae Harrell, Jean Horton, Ro
chelle Sutton, Yvonne Riddick,
Edessa Roscoe, Carl Coston and
JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH
Have you had your milk to
day? Every member of the
family needs milk each day for
the best of health.
Children 3-4 cups
Teenagers 1 quart or more
Adults 2 cups
Expectant Mothers 4-6 cups
Nursing Mothers -y. 6 cups
Milk—Fresh And Manufactured
Pasteurized Milk —is raw milk
treated with heat, followed by
prompt cooling which makes the
milk safe and improves the
keeping qualities. The terms
“pasteurized” and “graded” us
ually go together on milk labels.
They show milk has been pro
cessed and handled under state
or city regulations to insure a
Homogenized Milk —is made by
a process in which the fat glo
bules of whole milk are broken
up and uniformly distributed
throughout the liquid. As a re
sult, there is no cream line. Vi
tamin D is quite often added to
homogenized, pasteurized milk.
Vitamin D Milk— is milk in
which vitamin D has been add
Fortified Milk —is milk in
which not only vitamin D but
other vitamins and minerals
have been added. This usually
has a higher unit cost than plain
Skim Milk —is milk which has
most of the butterfat removed.
It has less vitamin A, but con
tains the protein, calcium, ribo
flavin of whole milk. It is of
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ten used in weight control diets.
Chocolate Milk —is whole milk
in which chocolate syrup or co
coa has been added.
Chocolate Dairy Drink is made
with skim milk. Vanilla, salt,
and a stabilizer may be present.
Half and Half is a mixture of
half milk and half cream.
Buttermilk originally a by
product of butter making is now
produced artificially from pas
teurized skim milk.
Evaporated Milk is homogen
ized whole milk from which
about one-half the water has
been removed. Most evaporated
milk has had Vitamin D added.
It usually costs less than whole
milk and can be used like whole
Non-fat Dry Milk —there are
two types available—“non-fat
dry milk” and “instant non-fat
dry milk”. Both are manufac
tured from skim milk and both
are the same as skim milk when
reconstituted with water. The
difference in these products is
that instant non-fat dry milk is
easily soluble even in cold wa
ter. Both have good keeping
qualities and are lower in cost
than other forms of milk.
Luther Keeter Dies
From Gun Accident
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tor for the R. P. Baer Company
for 12 years. He lived most of
his life in Edenton. He was ai
veteran of World War 11, a
member of the Veterans of For-1
eign Wars and the Edenton Bap
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Lessie Mae Simpson; a daugh
ter, Sharon Ray Keeter; his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Keeter; six brothers, Jim Keet
er, Carl Keeter, Fred Keeter and
Albert Keeter of Edenton, John
Keeter of Portsmouth and Mel
vin Keeter of Nashville, Tenn.;
two sisters, Mrs. Rod Stamy of
Portsmouth and Mrs. Pat Hall
of Memphis, Tenn.
Funeral services were held
Friday morning at 11:30 o’clock
at the Edenton Baptist Church.
The pastor, the Rev. R. N. Car
roll, officiated, assisted by the
Rev. Oscar Turner, pastor of the
Merry Hill Baptist Church. A
military service was conducted
at the graveside. Burial was in
Beaver Hill Cemetery.
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