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The Life of George Washington Carver

Dr. Willis D. Weatherford, President of Blue Ridge, introduced him as the speaker.george-washington-carver-1
 
With his high voice surprising the audience, Dr. Carver exclaimed humorously:
 
“I always look forward to introductions as opportunities to learn something about myself….”
 
He continued:
 
“Years ago I went into my laboratory and said, ‘Dear Mr. Creator, please tell me what
 
​ the universe was made for?’
 
The Great Creator answered, ‘You want to know too much for that little mind of yours.
 
​ Ask for something more your size, little man.’
 
Then I asked, ‘Please, Mr. Creator, tell me what man was made for.’
 
Again the Great Creator replied, ‘You are still asking too much. Cut down on the extent and improve the intent.’
 
So then I asked, ‘Please, Mr. Creator, will you tell me why the peanut was made?’
 
‘That’s better, but even then it’s infinite. What do you want to know about the peanut?’
 
‘Mr. Creator, can I make milk out of the peanut?’
 
‘What kind of milk do you want? Good Jersey milk or just plain boarding house milk?’
 
‘Good Jersey milk.’
 
And then the Great Creator taught me to take the peanut apart and put it together again. And out of the process have come forth all these products!”
 
Among the numerous products displayed was a bottle of good Jersey milk. Three and-a-half ounces of peanuts produced one pint of rich milk or one quart of raw “skim” milk, called boarding house “blue john” milk.
 

 

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