THE T7AYNESVHXE MOUNTAINEER
Monday Afternoon, May 7, 13
By EVELYN S1LEK
On Thursday nijjht, the Motho
dist Youth Fellowship or the M;iR
gie Church was fortunate to have
as their guest, the Hev. Harris 13.
Bragan oi C'oniintinity Baptist
Church, St. Petersburg, Fla. Rev
Bragan was a special guest of
Mark Girarri, president of the
M.Y.K. ami formerly of St. Peters
burg, who has made his home here
with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Henry
for the past five years.
Hev. Kraagan talked of missions
in the West Indies where he serv
ed as missionary for live years.
Some very interesting slides were
shown which portrard the work
and characteristics of the inhabit
ants of the Cayman Islands,
A large crowd attended the Op
eretta which was presented Friday
by the students ot Maggie School.
The operetta was under the three-,
lion of Miss Frankie Cecil, assist
ed by the teachers ol the school.
Linda Henry, daughter of Mr:
and Mrs. Fred Henry was eruwned
V.N. TROOPS IN. OFFENSIVE AMD DEFENSIVE MOVES
Mrs. Nikki OConnor and Miss
Kaney Cassidy have just returned
from a trip on which they report
they went in and out of the N. C.
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TANKS FROM AN ARMORED BATTALION move steadily ahead In Korea (top) to challenge the huge enemy
drive which has the capture of Seoul as Its immediate objective. At bottom, U.N. vehicles carry troops south
ward to new positions being established by the Allied forces, Defense Dept. piotos from international)
potteries "like bird-dogs" buying 1 to supplement the Soco Gap Pot-i Something to sell? Advertise it
tor the Pottery Place on Soco Gap,1 tery which they make themselves, an the Want Ad page.
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durabaility that ensure the long
wear and practical dollar-for-dol
lar value demanded by parents
FUN-TIMERS racine car silo
pers called "Hot Rods" -come in
tnree gay, Dngnt-color combina
tions; blue and white, yellow and
red, red and white, and have
wheels that turn, The fire engine
slippers, complete with bell on the
toes, a pair ol ladders on the sides
and turning wheels, are named
"Fire Chief". They come in tradi
tional red and yellow.
Spirit of the "Old 97" is exenip-
imea Dy the railroad locomotive
slippers aptly named "Casey Jones"
wnicn are in macK wnn red whee s
and yellow trimmings, and have a
pun or simulated white smoke bil
lowing put of funnels on the toes
beveral of Welleo's pxriusivp
features are incorporated in the
new FUN-TIMERS sliDoers. which
are or California slip-lasted con
struction and feature a patented
springy counter that hues the heel
ana ensures a perfect, lastine fit.
Adding to the two-fold valu nf
the FUN-TIMERS sliDDers as
footwear and push-tovs. is an In.
novation incorporated in the boxes
in wnich they are packed.
Xhe new Wellco FUN-ttmt.hs
shoe boxes feature cut-outs from
which boys and eirls can mnko 11
complete three dimensional, full
color racing scene from the rap.
ing car box; a complete fire house
scene irom the hre engine box;
and an authentic railroad scene
from the locomotive box.
According to Mr. Rollman, this
is the first time in the history of
the footwear business that a manu
facturer has made the shoe box an
item of specific value after it is
acquired by the consumer.
Our beautiful new G-F" Refrigerator that gives you so
muih value for your money!
One-third more space than most refrigerators now.
in use, occupying the same floor area.
, NEW FEATURES!
Practical, uxable features features that give you
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More than 2,7lM),l)tl() (i-L Rctngciators have been in
use JO years or Jongcrl 1
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the former Putnam nronertv anri
will convert it into a play area; Dr.
Allen added that work is proceed
ing on the renovation of the Th
race Hotel and the enclosing of
Besides his report on Assembly
activities, Dr. Allen spoke briefly
on "What are you worth?" He
pointed out that the ability to make
friends and influence people to
ward the better thincs of life Is nno
of the chief assets of man.
4oo?en4 rJ? A handy place N.w balanced designl G
r 2, f00ds-his 4 ore fresh meatsl proved air eirculano" and
Kver so often somethinn nir..
happens to the Library. Our most
recent is the announcement of the
Richland Garden Club to provide
1101 at arrangemehts to en alonr
with garden books. They also plan
to add some new books along the
suujuci ot gardening.
The first arrangement of Mav isi
was made by Mrs. Lenoir Gwyn,
me new president of the Club. It
attracted attention and a lady from
Ohio remarked. "I must rememtw
that, for 1 would like to use it my-
What a wonderful ODDortunitv
this group has to present interest
ing ana beautiful arrangements and
some of our native flowers ton
During the summer our most pop
ular dook is mid f lowers by Hom
er House. It might be a good idea
to have a wild flower, on display
occasionally. It mieht heln thP
tors identify some of the flowers
or biiruos so tamillar to us.
The Garden Center is a new com
mittee of the Garden Club with the
following members: Mrs. John
Smathers, Ch., Mrs. R. L. Prevost,
Mrs. James Elwood and Mrs W
A copy of New Garden Encyclo
pedia by E L. D. Seymour has been
presented to this shelf in memory
of W. T. Shelton by Mrs. Floyd
Why don't you get a copy of the
list of books on eardenino in nur
Library? It might help you in plan-1
ning your "tood " or "flowers" for
this summer and it might also help
you to prove that you really have a
spreading' im usiv a mi i "jui iM uui uuiucr even fawn
ut at touch!
SEE THIS AND OUR OTHER
G-f REFRIGERATORS TODAYI
MASSE FURNITURE CO.
Monday, May 7th
Patton School 9:30-10:31)
Neal Hipps Groc. 10:45-11:00
Beaverdam School . 11:05-12:30
Paul Clark"s Groc. 1:00- l:J5
Williamson's Groc. . ... 1:30- 1:45
Mrs. David Burch 2:00- 2:15
Tuesday, May 8th -MORNING
Mrs. R. H. Worley ... .. 9:30- 9:45
Geo. Wilson's Store ... 10:00-10:15
Morning Star School ... 10:30-11:45
Mrs. Walter Amnions ... 12:10-12:25
Mrs. B. M. Stamey ....... 12:35-12:50
Smathers Dairy 1:00- 1:15
Bonnie Green's Groc. ... 1:45- 2:00
Mrs. Cromer Crisp .2:15- 2:30
From Her Favorite Store, Sh
Newest Wanted Fashions and
Whether Mother Wears Misses' or Half Sizes,
She Will Welcome Something Cool to Wear . .
Choose from smart Rayon Bemberg Sheers, Rayon
Crepes, Butcher Linens and Crisp Cottons. See the new
summer lines, the flattering collars, the lovely neck
lines and the tricky trims, short and cap sleeves, Florals,
stripes and solid colors. Junior, misses' and women's
sizes. Also half sizes.
For Mother's Gift!
$195 to $498
Manysstyles in lovely straws and
crisp hair braid with beautiful
trims. A hat for every suit, sheer
and dress-up costume. Black, white
and all popular colors.
Dozens of prcilv Mjlrs -jll
ies of ut expensive nl
Wlnle, black and rites.
POR A MOM
Lacy or Tailored
Others $1.99 to $5 95
Fine Multifilament crepe,
Batiste or Rayon Tricot
with frothy, feminine touches.
So cool, so long wearing!
White. K'avy, Black.
Sizes 32 to 52
In prints light and dark grounds,
guaranteed first quality, fine lovely
wrap around and fitted styles to choose
from. Mothers appreciate House Coats,
123 Main St.
Strand Theatre IM"