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^ _mTMB. ggfinr €QW ©IF (?®©@E?lilB§ y^ft3[g> lg>lUgAgyiaBftft *3=22x5 j|, C. Sorosis fill Conduct Business Meet executive Board Meet Plan f ed For 3 O’Clock Thurs 1 day At Clubhouse -he monthly business meeting o£ North Carolina Sorosis club <te M held Thursday afternoon at "''clock at the Sorosis clubhouse 4 °North Third street. A meeting "f lie executive board will be held . o'clock. . -hange in the constitution of * lub will be voted upon, a no ‘Jdng committee elected for the year and delegates nominat To^tbe state federation to be U in Greensboro on May 1-3. p]lins for the Golden Jubilee v«hfav party to be held on Starch iJ nil! be discussed at this meet a full attendance is urgea. ' * * * FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLES VVILL MEET THIS WEEK Tl,e circles of the First Baptist church will meet as follows: l Mrs. J. R. Jones, chairman, ,- meet with Mrs. Mary Powell. 405North Third street, Tuesday eve jinf at 8 o’clock. V„, Mrs. Roger Smith, chair man, wili meet with Mrs. E. E. Hun t»r, 203 Kenwood avenue, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o clock. Vc. 3. Mrs. Jennie Muse, chair man, will meet with Mrs. S. L. Bian ICJ. 117 south Fourth street, Mon ty,-afternoon at 3:30 o’clock, X„. 4, Mrs. Donald King, chair En, will meet with Miss Florence jjitney, 224 North Seventh street, Jfcnday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. No. 5. Miss Sudie Leonard, chair man. will meet with Mrs. L. R. Lein tr, 319 South Fifth street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. Xo. 6, Mrs. J. D. Freeman, chair man, will meet with Mrs. H. L. Keith, Oleander, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. Xo. 7, Mrs. G. B. Phillips, chair man. will meet with Miss Marga ret Russ, 1212 Castle street, Tues day evening at 8 o’clock. GREENSBORO COLLEGE GROUP ELECTS OFFICERS GREENSBORO. March 2.—At re cent elections the students of Greensboro college elected their of ficers for the year 1940-41. The officers of the Students as sociation are; Anne Exum, Fremont, president; Weleska Pegram, Win ston-Salem, first vice-president: Sadie Wolf, Jit. Airy, second vice president; Ta Temple, Kinston, re cording secretary; Dorothy Smith, Bridgeton, corresponding secretary; Frances Hallum, Rockingham, trea surer and Jean Davis, Greensboro, day students representative. T. W. C. A. officers include: Cameron Taylor, Fairmont, presi dent; Sarah Hill, Kinston vice-presi dent; l’elda Mecum, Walkerton, secretary; ant] Jean Makepeace, Sanford, treasurer. For the Athletic association the following students were choosen: Rachel Archer, Greensboro, presi dent: Eleanor Fitzgerald, Candor, vice-president; Dorothy Smith. Bridgeton, secretary; Betty Prosser, hew Orleans, La., treasurer and Margaret Skinner, Xew Bern, cheer leader. » * * LEAP YEAR PARTY given AT EOLIVIA Bolivia, March 2.—The Senior it' °( XIt- pissah Baptist ™ was delightfully entertained a. 'eap year party Wednesday ,,nin-' February 2S at the home of "s' J. 0. Lennon. Jmes and contests were play ' throughout the evening after , the girls taking their part wt f!l tbe way to tile dining room t, E t”ey "ei'e served a delicious T n 'ce . cream and cake. v: se eni°yin8 the evening were: S Katridge and Eloise Sellers, u. , ,Etly' and Doris Lancaster, tie Fiovd°n’ .I?,0,'iS Robinson- Eon fearer 'r A- Ce Hewett. Lucy W™ ',Carne. Delphia and Glenn Sirs Il's- Duey Sellers and ' 0. Lennon. Davii nR?binson' Oden Bennett, fees f fy’ Dewey' Warren and bert V?Rers' Jam« Thomas Gil Fri. vyemmons. Dennis Hewett, V' p°rd Clarence Lennon and « + * * ^UE MAE BISHOP, JARLEs E. MERRITT Bounce marriage ®°Unce ihi . L' D' Bishop an !ir' Sallie Marriaf® °f their dauSh' Merriti " e’ ,0 Charles Edwin ^ruar,,6??'11? took PTace Friday, li«a, b' at Marion, South Caro *!Paca Vlas a1-tiied in navy blue The com 'n:dcllin£ accessories. *’ S06 Grarf 'V'1 make their home Mce Wilmington. anaBS tn,nounced jounce th»\L , ard M- Meyland )zabeth t 0 , *rth 01 a daughter, " tllc Marir ’’ on Febl'tiary 25, °n SPnint annex. y - -*___ . WILMINGTON, N. C., SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1940 < New Hanover High School Superlatives 1 Among those selected in the New Hanover High school senior class superlatives by a class wide vote are left to right, top row: Mary E. Robeson, most school spirit, class baby and cutest; Eloise Bethel!, most attractive and best looking; Hazel Smith, most popular, most personality, friendliest and best all-round; lower row, left to right: Anne White, most intellectual, most dignified; Isabelle Mcllwain, most versatile, most dependable, most individual, most independent; and Jean Parker, best natured, most mischievous, happiest, wittiest, biggest heartbreaker and biggest flirt. (Photographs by Adams Studio.) - i i i Mr. And Mrs. Carter Hosts At Lovely Reception In Wallace WALLACE. March 2.—One of the most delightful social affairs of the season was the brilliant recep tion given Saturday evening by Mrs. Newton Hill Carter in honor of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs- John Willard Hoffler, whose marriage took place on Feb ruary 10. The lower floor of the home was ensuite and arranged with spring flowers. A crystal bowl of pink ger beras, snapdragons and carnations was on the console table in the re ception hall and in the living room was a lovely arrangement of calla lilies. Graduated white tapers burn ed on the mantle which was bank ed with smilax. Bowls of yellow daffodils, iris and acacia were in the back hall and den. Arrivals were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and Miss Anne Carter directed them to the living room where Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Carter presented the receiving line composed of Mrs. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffler, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carter, and Harry Carter. Receiv ing at the dining room door were Mr. and Mrs. J. Aubry Harrell. The dining table was covered with a handsome Madeira cloth and a mound of white roses, freesias, snapdragons, and sweetpeas formed the centerpiece. Four white tapers in silver holders completed the table arrangement. Similar flowers were used on the mantle and a si - ver candelbrum on the buffet fur nished the illumunation. Mrs- W. L. Hussey, Mrs. R. E. L. Dees, Mrs. P. Boneyi and Mrs. Bill Sheffield re ceived in’the dining room and Mary Bland Hoffler, Lib Carter, Mildred Hussey, Susan Carter and Mary Ellsworth Jones served ices in bridal and floral designs, individual cakes, mints decorated in bridal motif and nuts. The guests were directed by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Foyles to the bride’s book where Dr. and Mrs John D. Robinson presided. Mr. and Mrs. John Croom invited the callers to the den. Mrs. Carey carter and Mrs. Roy Baines, seated at oppo site ends of the table poured cof fee from a silver service and Miss Marich Powell, Miss Helen Hunt, and Mrs. Ada McGowen passed cof fee, and cheese biscuits. Goodbyes were said by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boney. Over two bund led guests called. * * * ST. ANDREW’S CIRCLES TO CONDUCT MEETINGS The circles of St. Andrew’s Pres byterian church will meet as fol lows: 1 _Mrs. John Plummer, chairman, with the chairman, 312 North Fifth street, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 2 _Mrs. F. W. Tremain, chairman, will meet at the church on Wednes day afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. j_Mrs. C. B. Case, chairman, with the chairman, 1111 Grace street, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 4 _Mrs- O. V. Thompson, chair man, with Mrs. J. G. Carroll, 1517 Market street, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 5 _Mrs. C. H. Storey, chairman, with the chairman, 120 North 13th street, Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock. Miriam Solomon Becomes Bride Of Mr. Baggett Wedding Solemnized Saturday Evening, March 2, Here The following announcement will be read with interest: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Solomon announce the marriage of their daughter Miriam to Mr. Charles C. Baggett Saturday evening, March second One thousand nine hundred and forty Wilmigton, North Carolina * * * ALESE PICK HAS LEAP YEAR BIRTHDAY PARTY Alese Ficlc, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs- George Fick, Wrightsvllle Beach, delightfully entertained at the Batson cottage, February 29 the occasion being her second birthday although she is eight years old. Games and contests were enjoy ed cfter which delightful refresh ments were served. The color scheme being carried out in green and white. About thirty-five little friends were present. * * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Small, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Lydia Theone, on February 27, at the Marion Sprunt annex. TRINITY MISSIONARY CIRCLES WILL MEET The monthly circle meetings of 1' Missionary society of Trinity Methodist church will meet as fol lows on Monday, March 4. 1—Mrs. A. L. Freeman, chairman, with Mrs. Thomas Hunter. Ken wood avenue, Monday morning at 10:30 o’clock. 3- Mrs. H- E. Boyd, chairman, with Mrs. W. L. Barnes, 115 South 16th street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 n’clock. 3— Mrs. B. F. Sutherland, chair man, with the chairman, Colonial Drive, Forest Hills, Monday after noon at 3:30 o’clock. 4— Mrs. G. S. Currin, chairman, with Mrs- Archie Carr, 504 South 17th street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 5— Mrs. L. W. Garrett, chairman, with Mrs. Eugene McCarley, 2004 Perry avenue, Monday evening at 3 o’clock. 6— Mrs. R. L. Jones, chairman, | with Mrs. Edward Weaver, 1317 Jrace street, Monday evening at 8 n’clock. 7— Mrs. Mary Morgan, chairman, with Mrs. R. L. Jerome, 1908 Prin cess street, Monday evening at 8 Vrlnnlr 1 * # * MISS ANNE HAYDUKE, CHARLES S. GRAINGER ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE The marriage of Miss Anne Hay luke and Charles S. Grainger, of :his city, was solemnized on Thurs lay, February 20, in Marion, South Carolina. * * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Branch, of [Vinter Park, announce the birth of i son, on February 27, at the Marion ’ Sprunt annex. < Elizabethtown Woman’s Club Gives Tea Celebrating Golden Jubilee ELIZABETHTOWN, March 2—The Elizabethtown Woman’s club enter ained at a lovely afternoon silver ea on Tuesday, February 27, at the lome of Mrs. W. F. Williamson, lonoring the Golden Jubilee celebra :ion of the North Carolina Federa ion of Women's clubs. The William son home was lovely for the occas on, being tastefully arranged with a profusion of yellow spring flowers, rhe dining room table was covered vith a handsome cloth and centered vith a birthday cake, iced in gold, ind bearing fifty golden candles In told rosebud holders. The cake was mtwined with ivy and narcissi at the pase of the pedestal on which it was placed. Tall candelabra placed on other side held burning gold tapers rhe lace cloth was made by Mrs. 3allie Cain, a chrater member of the dub. Guests were received by Mrs. W. it Williamson and presented to the •eceiving line by Mrs. Hester H. Hark, district Jubilee contest chair nan. Receiving were: Mrs- W. G. Jilchrist, president of the local club: Jrs. John D. Robinson, of Wallace, president ef the state federation; drs. P. R. Rankin, of Mount Gilead, fate federation treasurer, and state rubilee chairman; Mrs. J. S- Blair, ecretary of the local club; Mrs. Ros oe McMillan, of Red Springs, dis rict president; Mrs. J. A. Martin, if Lumberton, state music chair nan; Mrs. E. C- Register, treasurer f the local chapter. Guests were invited into the din ng room by Mrs. R. H. Poole and cere served by Mesdames H. M. Hark, W- M. Flourney, and Roland Cole. Mrs. Sallie Cain poured tea at the beautifully oppointed table. Mrs. Estel Pittman invited the guests in to the music room where lovely mu sic was furnished by Miss Lucy Lambeth and Mrs. Oliver Carter. Mrs. E. H- Cannady and Mrs. E. F. McCulloch presided at the register and silver table. Mrs. Lewis Dorsett. of Mount Gilead, a former member of the club, and Mrs. W. D. Cross said the goodbyes. * * * STAMP DEFIANCE CHAPTER WILL HAVE MEETING ON FRIDAY The Stamp Defiance chapter, Daughters of the American Revo lution, will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Ernest Bulluck, 519 Market street, Friday evening, March 8, at 8 o’clock. A program on American music has been arrang ed by Mrs. Eric Norden. Those to be presented on the evening’s pro gram will be Mrs. S. A. Troy, Jr., Mrs. Eric Norden, Mrs. O. O. Hum phries, and Miss Emma Tillery will give an interesting paper on Hali fax House. • * * JUNIOR DAUGHTERS WILL CONDUCT MEET WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The Junior King’s Daughters will hold their regular meeting at the home of Misses Dorothy and Jane McEwen, Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock. All members are urged to be present. PRICE FIVE CENTS Lucy Powell Engaged To Wed F. P. Gray, Jr. Vedding Of Whiteville Couple Will Take Place During Month Of May WHITEVILLE, March 2—Mr. ind Mrs. Alexander Elmo Powell, of iVhiteville, announce the engage nent of their daughter, Lucy Mc Kinnon, to Frederick Pendleton 3ray, Jr-, of Whit»ville, son of Mrs. Frederick Pendleton Gray and the ate Mr. Gray, of Lumberton. The wedding will take place In May. * * • 5RACE METHODIST CIRCLES WILL MEET The circles of Grace Methodist hurch will meet as follows: 1. —Mrs. W. A. Cade, leader, will neet Monday at 3:30 with Mrs. H. 2. Davis, 406 Wrightsville avenue. 2. —Mrs. T, E. Cooper, leader, vill meet at the county home,' Mon lay afternoon at 3:30. 3. —Mrs. S. M. Yarborough, lead ;r, with Mrs. J. T. Sellars, 517 Drange street, Monday afternoon it 3:30. 4. —Mrs. D. C. Marshall, leader, ,vith Mrs. George Clendenin, in 2hestnut Heights Monday after loon at 3:30. 5. —Mrs. E. L. Fulcher, leader, vill meet Tuesday morning at 10:45 vith Mrs. A. McR. Crouch, 520 Dock street. 6. —Mrs. S. D. Hurst, leader, will neet at the church Monday after loon at 3:30 in women’s class * * • TEMPLE BAPTIST CIRCLES WILL MEET The Temple Baptist church cir cles will meet and observe Home Mission Day of Prayer as follows: Circle No. 1—Mrs. R. B. Roebuck, chairman, Circle No. 3—Mrs. C. S. Lowrimore, chairman, Circle No. 4— Mrs. C. T. Jordan, chairman, will meet at the church Monday after noon at 2:30. At 3 o’clock all circles will observe the Home Mission Day of Prayer. All are urged to be present. Circle No. 2 — Mrs. J. C. Worn mack, chairman, will meet with Mrs. J. J. Warters, 314 South 16th street, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. Circle No. 6—The Mamie Atkinson circle will meet with Mrs. R. B. Dod ger, Garden City, Thursday after noon at 3 o’clock. Circle No. 5 — Mrs. J. P. Nall, chairman, will meet with Miss Aiken, Pender avenue, Monday night at 8 o’clock. * • • BENEVOLENT SOCIETY CIRCLES WILL MEET The Woman’s Benevolent Mission ary society of the Tabernacle Bap tist church will meet in circles as foi'ows; 1— Mrs. D. P. Nivens, chairman, with Mrs. W. D. Mills, 1507 Orange street, Monday afternoon at 3:30. 2— Mrs. T. G- Sellars, chairman, with Miss Eva Callahan, 309 Castle street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 3— Mrs. F. D. ," telljes, chairman, with Mrs. Dela Casteen, 1109 South Third street, Monday afternoon at 3:30. 4_Mrs. C. S. Everett, chairman, with Mrs. Zylphia Daniels, 309 Castle stre.t, Monday night at 8 o’clock* ♦ * * WALLACE WOMAN’S CLUB TO HAVE ART FESTIVAL The Wallace Woman’s club has extended the following invitation to the North Carolina Sorosis to at tend the Fine Arts Festival spon sored by the Book and Music de partment of the club on Tuesday evening, March 5, at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The program will feature Mrs. Bernice Kelly Harris, author, Mrs. Ruth Vick Everett, of the North Carolina Education association, and Miss Estelle Cooney, Mrs. Lyda Law Chapman and Mrs. Bartram Robe son, musicians of Flora Macdonald college. * * * D. A. R. CHAPTER TO HAVE BOOK REVIEW THURSDAY, MARCH 14 In connection with the Golden Jubilee project the Stamp Defiance ( chapter, Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution, will have the second in a series of book reviews, on Thursday evening, March 14 at 8 o’clock at the home of Miss Mary Lem Boykin, 514 Princess street, when Miss Emma Lossen, of the high school faculty, will review ’’Drums” by James Eoyd. All members of the chapter are invited to attend. * m w ISAAC BEAR P.-T. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD TO HOLD MEET TUESDAY An executive board meeting of the Isaac Bear Parent-Teacher associa tion will be held Tuesday .afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the school. All officers and chairmen of committee* are requested to be perseut.