1 AfrnoogMay .5, 1949
THE WAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
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MOTHERS LOVE TO BE PAMPERED . . . Breakfast in bed is a
fine way to start Mother's Day off right and a suitable gift is the
pretty bed jacket, which is the top of seam-proof pajamas in
JEWELED FLATTERY . . . Cos
tume jewelry ensemble in deli
cate clever motif, pold-plated, by
TIME ON HER HANDS ... A perfect Kift for a style-wise Mother,
newest design in feminine watches. It's 1'4-karat yellow gold, with
flexible ends attached to a silk cord band and designed by Gruen.
EYEGLASS GLAMOR . . . New
eyeglass frames in amber plastic
by Monsanto, to match her am
b(jr calf hag.
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SCENTIMENTAL GIFT . . .
Smart gold and black purse
flacon in arpege scent no bigger
than a lipstick.
STRICTLY ELEGANT . . . Handsome accessories are prized by
every woman. For formal occasions, these 16-button French kid
gloves, designed by Kisla', are tops in stvle. Shantung evening
coat by Monte-Sano.
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COPY-CAf BAGS , . . Kathi Norris, television star, and her small
daughter, Pam, carry identical "hobo" bags in red-and-white polka
dotted cotton, designed by Dofan. Bags are waterproof, each has
NICK FOOTWORK . . Dres
sy afternoon shoe in embroid
ered linen with ankle strap, by
I. Miller. '
Approximately 75 people filled
the White Oak Presbyterian
' Church lest night to start organiza
tion of the White Qak Community
i They elected Mri, Robert Davis
as chairman; Mrs, Roe Ledford,
vice-chairman; Jack Bramlett, sec
retary; Francis Teague, treasurer;
and Mrs. Melvin Messer, reporter.
To set up the special eommit-
tees for the program, 13 people
were appointed to meet with these
! principal Officers at the home of
, Mrs. Robert Davis at 7:30 p.m.
: Thursday, May 12.
! These are Mary Green, Mrs. C.
T. Riddles, Robert Fisher, Sam
Ledford, Mrs. George Ledford.
tfoder Messer, Vaughan Fisher,
Mr. Parton, Lawson Teague, Mrs.
Amos Hunter, Bob Williams, Joe
Early, and James Messer.
County Agent Wayne Corpen
ing told the audience of the pur
poses of the county-wide program
and explained the procedure for
setting up the physical structure.
MRS. ELLEN SCIIENCK
Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen
Schenck, 68, of Canton, were held
this afternoon at 2 o'clock in West
Canton Baptist Church with the
Rev. C. H. Green and the Rev.
Horace L. 'Smith officiating.
Mrs. Schenck died Tuesday in
Gastonia, where she was visiting a
daughter, Mrs. Ruby England. She
trad been ill for some time.
Pallbearers were A. L. Jackson,
McLean and Webb Smathers, and
Theodore, Lester, and Jack Clark.
Surviving are two sons, Joe Sam
Schenck of Washington, D. C, and
Adrian Schenck of Canton; three
daughters, Mrs. Leola Payne of Mi
ami, Fla., Mrs. -England, and Mrs.
Daniels Slated For
President Truman told a news
conference that Jonathan Dan
iels (.ibov is unaer considera
tion' for appointment as secre
tary of the navy. Daniels is edi
tor of the Raleigh News and Ob
server. His father, the late Jos
ephus Daniels, was secretary of
the navy jnder President Wood
row Wilson. iAP Wirephotoi.
Fisher Sprinkle of Waynesville; five
brothers, Claude and Walt Cathey
of Gastonia. Rufus Cathey of Old
Fort ,and J. P. and George Cathey
of Canton; five granddaughters and
Wells Funeral Home was in
Select for Mother's Day, May 8th!
Give her a treasure chest of sweets . . . Curtis' candy
. . . packed in a gift box. Chocolate creams, light or
dark; mints, nougats, caramels . . . everything to de
light a lady with a yen for candy! 1 and 2 lb. boxes.
YOUR WALGREEN AGENCY
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