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May 2018

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sandwich, dessert and chips. The business will not be open on Mother's Day but will be on that Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The shop also has lunch specials and gift cards available for pur- chase. Check out specials and the menu of choices on their Facebook page or at info@bakemydaygoldsboro.com, or call 919-288-2287. From the tangible to the practical on up to the special surprises fit for a queen, or at least queen of the family, check out Especially for You, which has locations in Goldsboro and Mount Olive. Owner Margaret Ann Parvin works hard to keep an eye on trends to stock shelves at both sites. "We have a great selection of spring fashions so whether some- body wants sportswear or a dress or whatever, we can fill the bill," she said. The business boasts a variety of popular and national brands. Like hoop earrings from Sheila Fajl, a favorite for all ages. "They're the No. 1 look in the industry," Parvin said. "A lot of people for Mother's Day sometimes want to give jew- elry," she pointed out. "We have sterling pieces or beaded tassel necklaces." Whether it's for a mother, a grandmother, an aunt or a "moth- er-like figure," she said the options run the gamut — from pictures and home fragrances to ceramic serving pieces. The home decor ideas also incorporate wreaths that Parvin cus- tom designs herself. "We have a lot of ways to decorate your home outside with flags and wreaths, bird feeders and birdhouses, gazing balls — a large crystal ball which picks up the light," she said. "We like to say we have fashions, gifts and accessories for you and your home." The business is located at Cobblestone Place on Spence Avenue in Goldsboro and on Center Street in downtown Mount Olive. Still stuck for ideas? Go old school. Think children. There is nothing like a gift from the heart. Write a poem or even a letter or put pen to paper and share a favorite memory of that person. Buy a picture frame. Or better still, get a favorite photo of you with that person or take a picture on Mother's Day. Stationery, note cards or a box of all occasion cards are special for those who still value the art of letter-writing. If the person on your list is homebound, consider something that they'll especially need — a tin of special tea or coffee, a book of stamps, or prepare them a home - made meal or dessert. And time. Above all, beyond any budget or price tag, there is never a gift better than time spent with those who mean the most to us. 919-751-3899 920 North Spence Ave. (Wal-Mart Shopping Center) • Mon. - Sat.: 10am-6pm CUSTOM MADE JEWELRY 4 JEWELERS ON STAFF & A NEW LASER MACHINE FOR QUICK, PRECISE REPAIRS Bracelets, Earrings & Designer Long Necklaces Mo er ' s Day Gis She ' ll Lo ve ! Mother's Rings starting at $ 59 Order yours early! 15DDF0418C© CERTIFIED DEALER merlenorman.com Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios have been independently owned and operated since 1931. RADIANT SKIN ESSENTIALS Lasting Cheekcolor Sugar Melon Enjoy travel sized treats for a fresh, spring-ready complexion. *FREE in the U.S. and available for one cent in Canada with the purchase of two or more Merle Norman cosmetic products. Cosmetic accessories not included. Offer valid while supplies last at participating Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios beginning March 1, 2018. Limit one per customer. We reserve the right to substitute individual components of gift. Studio Name Address Phone Number Business Hours © 2018 Merle Norman Cosmetics, Inc. Spring 2018 GWP Ad Slick 70-86 S.A.U. system: 2 columns x 7" (4-1/4" x 7") 6DSP0418T© SELL WITH SPEED & EASE CLARK AUCTION & LIQUIDATION COMPAN Y, INC. 512 N. John Street, Goldsboro 919-734-5020 Auctioneer • Real Estate • Broker Estates • Farms Homes • Stores We turn assets into cash! Visit our warehouse for: Office Furniture Chairs • Tables • Desks Bookcases • Filing Cabinets & Much More! 1DKG0413D© Buying for M Continued from page 13

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