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BUABY 18, 1949
THE WAYNES V1LLE MOUNTAINEER
evening at the
In Phillips with
Ltrtck as associ
k'ludea a uiscu-
and flower gar
was served by
Wing the meet,-
Jt were Mrs. M
i T . I.
n, Mrs. dunii
itrick, Mrs. Law
Mrs. Carl Hat
Rogers, and Mrs
P ol wis. w. i
I he vice-presi-
Isn't Smith, homt
boiled as follows:
Ik Messer; poul-
Ful bright; family
i. F. (). Dryman;
liehols; and food
ide by Mi s. Nich
ing books: "We
'prkshop was held
feme of Mrs. Paul
for members of
lm Welch of the
she was assisted
Ion agent. A num-
rays were made.
Meets At Home
Of Mrs. Beverage
The Bethel Home Demonstra
tion Club met Wednesday atler
noon at the home of Mrs. Joe Hcv
arage with Mrs. Clifton Terrell ami
Mrs. Paul Thrower as associate
The demonstralion on "Citizen
ship," was given by Mis.- Mary Mai
aret Smith. Project leaders it
sorting were Mrs. Layden West oi.
poultry, Mrs, R. O. Kelley on house
"urnishings, Mrs. Charles Terrell
in home beautification, Mrs. Flic
vVells on clothing, Mrs. Halph Kid
lle on health, Mrs. Hugh Tench
jn family life, and Mrs. Jim Welch
During the social hour delight -M
refreshments were served b
At P.T.A. Meeting
The Parent-Teacher Association
if the Central Elementary School
net Tuesday night wilh the Rev.
VI. R. Williamson, president, pre
siding. Following a short business ses
sion, a play, "Trees," was piesent
?d by students from the fourth
?rade under the direction of their
eacher, Mrs. Garrett. Taking part
in the play were Sarah Linda Abel,
Donna Jo Blanton, John David
Cabe, Bi'iy Caldwell, Sandra Cald
well, Teddy H. Caldwell. Ronnie
Gardner, James Gillett, Mary Sue
Hamilton, Tommy Henry, Mary
Sue Kelly, Peggy Sue Marcus, Ron
ald Mehaffey, Sandra Messer.
Hugh Moody, Patricia Patton, June
PhWHps, "Buddy Recce, Joe Rus
sell, Mary White, and Patricia
A social hour, in observance of
Founder's Day, was held in the
school cafeteria after the pro
gram. Refreshments were served
from a table which was centered
with a cake symbolizing the an
niversary of the founding of the
Parent-Teacher organization. Mrs.
Merritt Brown was in charge of the
630 Persons In State
Lost Drivers License
In Jan. For Drinking
During January, 630 persons in
North Carolina lost their driving
licenses for drunken driving, the
Motor Vehicle Department an
This was a decrease of 304 over
the 934 persons convicted ol drunk
en driving during January of 11)48.
Times Change -
k hasn't changed in this picture! Curtis
ire's pharmacists take the same old-fash-
ye in compounding your prescription.
nstaking double-check insures accurate
. safeguards your health.
AKE THIS YOUR PHARMACY
OME OWNED AND OPERATED
J Your Walgreen Agency
SPRING SUIT STORY: SLICK MID Sim
By nOKOTHY ROE i
Associated Press Fashion Editor
ltiis. .vunieii who "simply live in
i sun" will find good news in the
spring Collect 'wis.
Suits destined to lead the Easter
parade are dim, streamlined, soft
!. tailored, with feminine details
"iiich do not detract from the
Fabric, are all-important, and
handsomer than ever, Willi much
emphasis on new light-weight
worsted flannels, yarn-dyed gab
odinea which have a textured
ook, smooth men's wear worsted
in unmanly colors and iweeds to
inl t'Vi-rj ta-te. II. S. looms are
iurniiiK out fabrics comparable to
ihe be .-.t imports, says, the Ameri
can Wool Council.
Collais on tile new suits are
likely to be small and high, oi
I'ounded shawl cut or narrow, high
buitoned lapel types. The general
feeling is for smooth, flowing lines,
with no hunches or bulges to mar
The stiietly man-tailored suil
has i diced grace! 'ullj in favor ol
that cut on softer more feminine
lines, yet made with the same
The smallest looking jackets
are long enough to cover the hip
curve, and are worn with slim
skirls olteii slit at side, front or
Sonic of the newest suits have
adjustable sleeves which may be
worn "push-up" length with cuffs
turned back, or full-length with
cull's turned down.
Contrasting silk braid trimming
is used on many dressmaker suits,
while others arc trimmed in wide
bands of matching satin ribbon.
This spring it's going to be easy
for every woman to be suited.
FOREST D. OWEN
Funeral services fur Forest Don
Owen. 40, a native of Haywood
County, who died Tuesday morning
at his home in West Canton, were
held Thursday at 2 p. m. in
Church of God on North Main
He had been employed for sev
eral years by the Champion Paper
and Fibre Company.
Burial was in Smathcrs Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Busier
Clyde Wood. Ted Parker.
Owen. Jack Raines and
Surviving are one daughter, Nora
Ruth Owen of the home; parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Owen of Can
ton; two brothers, Dec A. and Roy
Owen of Canton; one sister, Mrs.
Odell doer of Spruce Pine.
Garrett Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
WORMS HIGHLY PROFITABLE
MACON, Ga. UJPi Abe Crosby,
Jr., amateur fisherman, expecls
to make $3,000 this year selling
worms lo fellow anglers. Sixteen-
ear-old Crosby, known locally as
the boy earthworm king, hopes to
sell 1 ,0011,000 of his red' wriggler i
WATCH IT! Umbrellas care--lessly
handled can be a
menace fo pedestrians.',)
tt 111 -wk.:
1 :. ,. .
ENSEMBLE . . . This sleek
lailleur consists of flared double
breasted jacket of striped shark
skin over a camisole dress ol
gabardine. By Vera Maxwell.
FEMININE LOOK . . . Pin
striped worsted in pink, ivory
and russet makes a suit with
plaslion yoke and a pocket in the
slicve. It's designed by Adrian.
TOWN TAILLEUK . . . Im
portant "little touches" are triple
arrow accents on breast and hip
pockets. In hairline striped cord
ed worsted, by Philip Mangone.
"All 1948 service pay of enlist
ed men and women is exempt.
Officer pay is exmept up to Sl,
500. In some cases taxes owed by
service men and women can be
paid in twelve quartely installments."
Heavyweights In the Making
Steel plate, rails and sliuictural
ihapes are lulled from slabs and
blooms. Heaviest of all finished
products, they need little or no
processing after they have cooled.
When shipped to consumer, wheth
er as plate for ships, rails for
transportation, or structural steel
shapes for building, they are ap
plied on the job with a minimum
of fabrication and delay. Their
strength and stability is built into
them before they leave the mill.
Together they accounted for over
13 million tons of finished steel last
year, about 20 per cent of total
Mrs. J. E. Garrett of Reidsville
arrived, yesterday for a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1!. H. Black-well.
URBAN NOTE . . . Stitched
striped worsted in brown, pink
and yellow, with piped pockets,
by Bellciano. Smooth worsteds
typical of John Walthcr suitings.
Although mosaic was known in
pagan Christian Home, il was not
ably revived during Ihe Middle
Clyde Girls Given
Tea By Society
The Junior and Intermediate
Girls' Auxiliaries of the Clyde
Baptist church were honored last
Thursday at a tea given by the
Woman's Missionary Society in the
Recreation room of the church. The
tea table was covered With a lace
cloth and centered by a low crys
tal bowl in which floated red
heart-shaped candles. The bowl
was surrounded wilh ivy and flai.i;
eil by white tapers in crystal hold
ers. The guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. Otis Cole. President
ol the Woman's Missionary Society,
who presented them to the receiv
ing line which was composed of
the members of the two Auxiliaries
and their counsellors. Mrs. W. V.
Haynes, Jr., directed to the tea
(able where Russian tea and ac
eompaniinenls were served. About
fitly guests called during the after
noon. The Junior Girls' Auxiliary is
composed of the following mem
bers: Janet Francis, Joretta Med
lord, Elaine Sanford, Judy Press
ley, I.ou Anne Osborne, Sammy
Kay Haynes, Sue Stamey, Leanna
Harris, Louise Collins, Barbara
Scott, Juanita Ledford, Glenda
Piessley, Nelda Cashion, Ethel
Woods, Barbara Walker, Judy Ab
bolt. Sammy Jean Jackson and
Mrs. J. W. Harris and Mrs. Fred
Med ford. Counsellors.
The membership of the Inter
mediate Girls' Auxiliary is as fol
lows: Pauline Arrington, Norma
Sue liurch, Ann Carter, Mary Jo
Cole. Doris Glance, Juan Glance,
Mary Sue Mann. Joyce Gail Mat
thews, Nina Modl'ord, Ernestine
Osborne. Bobbie Jo Shuler, Lois
Smith, Margaret Stamey, Char
lotte Stout. Ruby Woods, and Mrs.
Ray Cashion and Mrs. D. D. Gross,
Want Ads bring quick results.
IT S A
fhia anrial Fliruarv
Cherries-in-Vanilla Ice Cream during the month
tWashington's Birthday. If you have ever tasted it,
you'll be calling your Biltmore Ice Cream dealer often
this entire month for WHITE I lOUSE Ice Cream. It's
ready now. Call now.
BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS
Supreme in Quality Since 1897"
Dislributcd In Waynesvillo By
Curtis Drug Store
In Hazelwood By
In Lake Junaluska By
Potts Service Station
TUESDAY, FEB. 22
First National Bank
Membpr Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member Federal Reserve System
First State Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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