Mildred Fousse 1964
as by a specialist handicrafts and far to 9 CRAFTS SPECIALIST, Mrs. Jane T. Cox (right), shows Mrs. Fred K. Hays some handiwork made by West Virginians.. The copper pin and earrings were crafted crafted by Mrs. Carl Umland who is general chairman of the upcoming Arts and Crafts show, and the handloomed linen and cotton' placemats are by Mrs. Martha Thomas of Sonth Charleston. Mrs. Cox wears porcelain enameled craft pin and earrings by Mrs. Mildred Fousse of Wheeling. A native of Roane County reation Commission as program program director and was the first program director for Konawha County Parks and Recreation Commission. All o( these jobs, she said, have included responsibility for planning craft activities, Son, Timoliiy, is the youngest youngest member of the W. Va. Artists' anil Craltmans' Guild. Quota Club Of Beckley Plans Birthday Event The Quota Club of Beckley has plans under way for its first annual birthday party. Charleston was elected District No. 1 governor and the main address was by Mrs. E.