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page 8 the tribunal aid
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25.1975
YOUTH, WHAT’S HAPPENING AT...
by MaLeafa Hargrave
Things have changed a lot embracing;
since the time of our grand- “A time to get and a time to.
parents and great-grandpar- lose; a time to keep and a
ents. We don’t do half the time to cast away;
things that they did. time to rend, and a time
One of the things that the ^ ^ keep silence,
old people use to do was to ^ jo speak;
read the Bible. The younger
people of today don’t read ^ ^
the Bible as much as I think ^ of peace.”
they should. Many young Most people my age don’t
people think it’s old-fashioned ^
or they are too busy par^-
by Vanessa Cross
Don't Waste Your Money
ing" to even look at the
I find that the Bible can
teach you all the things you
need to know about life and
how to cope with it. The
Bible is one of the best
friends a person can have.
The Bible has some of the
most beautiful lines in it that
I have ever read. The lines
that I love best are found in
Ecclesiastes, 3rd Chapter, 1 -
“To everything there is a sea
son, and a time to every pur
pose under the heaven:
“A time to be bom, and a time
to die; a time to plant, and a
time to pluck up that which
“A time to kill, a time to heal;
a time to breakdown, and a
time to build up;
“A time to weep, and a time
to laugh; a time to mourn,
and a time to dance;
It’s not only young people. I
think everybody should read
the Bible more.
Continued from Page 6
Selene said, "Ot all the Marian Durham,
calls which we receive,
are for referral help such as
transportation, jobs, etc.
Kids often call in, tell us
their location and request
help in getting food,
lodging or transportation.
We refer them to agencies
in their area for help.”
Operation Peace of Mind
has relayed about 4,000
messages from runaways to
their parents or relatives
since its beginning. The
project averages around
800 incoming calls per
Funding for the project
On June 29, at 2:30 p.m.. United Methodist youth will
the Dry Boxes in the Valley sponsor a dance at Central
Gospel Choir will give a Gym at 8:30 to 12:00. There
concert of songs at the will be a disc jockey, one of
Church of God. The event is Asheboro’s favorites,
sponsored by Brother Rich- St. Luke United Methodist
ard Covington. Everyone is youth will sponsor a “Hot
asked to come out to this Dog and Hamburger Supper”
special program. on June 28. Tickets will
be sold for $1.50.
Happy Birthday to BUR- On June 29, the Cross,
NETTA CROSS (June 27), Harrison and Lauglin family
LEO. W. PAYNE and EU- reunion will be held at the
GENE W. CROSS (June 30). Community Center in Farm-
On June 27, St. Luke er, N.C.
Circle No. 1 of St. Luke
United Methodist Church will
sponsor a Pew Rally on June
29, at 4:00. Everyone is
asked to come out and help
the in this special service,
contact person working Congratulations to CHE-
with this project in the ryL MARTIN and KIM
Office for Children of the HAYES for receiving gifts
N.C. Department of Human for the highest points receiv-
Resources, said, “1 feel ed in Bible Study from the
that Operation Peace of junior and senior classes.
Mind is a great service not
only for parents anxiously
awaiting word from their
runaway child, but for the
runaways themselves if
they are in need of help."
Kiddies-Can-Do-I( cibb Shinn
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TO FOLD The
Pin the EN05
USE A PIECE.
Boiling water m a paper box sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? But
you can really do it without much difficulty. Make a paper box,
as you see in the picture, out of strong paper. Fill the box with
water and place gently over a candle, lamp, or gas-flame. The paper
will not burn as you expect and the water will get hot and finally boil.
Why doesn’t the paper burn? Because the paper gives its heat.to the
water which gets hotter and hotter, but never so hot that It wlU let
the paper burn.
Now there is Aqua-ear* Solution.
A proven medication developed
by a leading Ear, Nose and Throat
Specialist to help prevent Swim-
“A time to cast away stones, ^^^gs from private dona- Aqut-ea"? uU'x-
and a time to gather stones and various youth cess moisture and retards growth
together ; a time to embracev ,he Texas
and a time to refrain from Governor’s Office.
store without a prescription.
P a a I invites you to fisten to
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