Negro Home Demonstration News
By MBS. ONXIE S. CHARLTON, County Negro Home Economics Agent
\ Home Demonstration Club rat-|
•ings (first three) on, “The Most)
Outstanding Clubs of the Year,”
2. Center Hill
i 3. Virginia Fork
The County Council of Home
Demonstration Clubs will meet
Friday, June 23, in our office
at 1:30 P. M. Due to lack of
Space, only club presidents and
secretaries are asked to attend.
Please make plans to be pres
Last week three of us attend
ed the Farmers and Home Mak
ers Conference held at A. and
T. College, Greensboro, North
Carolina. Mrs. Lucy Willis was
delesate from the Chowan Coun
ty Council of Home Demonstra
tion Clubs and Mrs. Arizona!
Fleming, sent as delegate from
the Center Hill Home Demon
stration Club and the Center,
Hill Community Development!
Organization. The Town and (
Rural Minister convened at the
same time at A. and T. College.j
Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, presi-|
dent A. and T. College, delivered
the keynote address at the open
ing session of the Conference
and Institute. He spoke on the
subject, “The Price of Changing,
Status”. Dr. Proctor pointed out]
that downtrodden people in sev
eral nations of the world where
caste systems prevail, have no]
desire to change status and none,
is contemplated. He said, “The
Christian religion makes the dif
ference and where the Chris
tain faith exists the people look
up to God and pray for re
spect and dignity”.
Four classes were taught on
the Home Makers program—
“ The Inheritance Law in North
Carolina”; “Good Frozen Food
Practices”; What Do You Want
For Your Housing Dollar?”; and
“Weight Control For Better
Health”. Delegates will present
detail information learned in
these classes at home demon
stration and community meetings
and on a radio program.
At the two assembly meet
ings, R. E. Jones, Negro State
Agent, spoke on “Careers in Ag
riculture” and Marion Wright on
“Some Aspects of Human Re
Wednesday night the fashion
spotlight was on “Milady’s Hat”.
Hat-making has been the order
of the day all over North Caro
lina this year, serving to cut
Sown the clothing dollar and as
a motivating gesture for non
club members to participate in
all Extension Home Economics
The group enjoyed informal
recreation Thursday night.
This week, four 4-H Club
HALSEY FEED & SEED STORE
FEED - SEED - BABY CHICKS - DECKS - GEESE - TCBKEYS
POrETRY EQUIPMENT - REMEDIES
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TURKEYS AND DUCKS
PLANTS OF ALL KINDS
CHICKS AND SEEDS
All Here This Week!
THANKS FOR EVERYTHING
THE HALSEY FAMILY.
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speed-up the routine of your office or shop. fjSk
Get our suggestions, without obligation, 3^
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dinated system of forms.
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■L Chowan Herald
members are attending the an-]
nual 4-H Club Week at A. and
T. College Marjorie Harris.
Jean Hall, David Felton and Pe
trie Simons. Fletcher F. Las
siter, County Agricultural Agent
is attending with the group.
For the next three weeks, I
will be in Summer School.
Home Demonstration Clubs will
meet on schedule. Foods and
nutrition project leaders will be
in charge of the demonstration
with club officers conducting the!
The schedule for next week
June 26—Virginia Fork with
Mrs. Katy Morring, 8:00 P. M.
June 27—Warren Grove with
Mrs. Eletta McClenny, 2:30 P. M.
June 28—Green Hall with Mrs.
Hattie Horton, 2:30 P. M.
June 29—Center Hill at Com
munity Building, 2:30 P. M.;
Ryans Grove with Mrs. Tamar
White, 7:00 P. M.
CHOWAN CLUB MEETS
The Chowan Home Demon-!
stration Club met June 12, at!
the Community House at 3
o’clock. The meeting opened
with the group singing “Onward
Mrs. J. H. Asbell read verses
from the 138th Psalm. Mrs. C.
J. Hollowell led in prayer and
also presided. Miss Pauline
Calloway, home agent, gave a
demonstration by slides on
“Song of the Salad” and gave
out copies on nutrition notes on
salads and freezing vegetables.
Farm and Home Week will,
be held July 11-14 at State Co!-j
The club picnic will be held]
July 18 with a picnic supper at I
the Chowan Community Build
The meeting was closed by re
peating the Club Collect in uni
In loving memory of our hus
band and father, William Fletch
er Perry, who passed away five
years ago, June 19. 1956.
Beyond Life's Gateway
There’s an open gate at the end
of the road;
Through which each must go
And therein a light we cannot
Our Father claims His own;
Beyond: the gate your loved one
Finds happiness and rest.
And there is comfort in the
That a loving God knows best,
c WIFE & CHILDREN
Too Late To Classify
HAVE LAWN MOWER—WIH
travel. Will mow any sizi
lawn, any time. Call 4135
day or night. Jimmie Slade.
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 1961.
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