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The attendants were dressed alike in stem green organza, made on princess lines. The full skirts were finished with bias bands and bows of the same material, and the fit ted bodices had square necklines and puffed sleeves. They carried bouquets of white hyacinths, tied with long green satin streamers and showered with sprays of hya cinths. The bride entered on the arm of her father, Finley Gwyn Harper, who gave her in marriage. She wore a wedding gown of ivory satin . with a very full skirt falling into a long train. The bodice was made with a net yoke edged with hand run Alencon lace, and the sleeves were short and puffed. Her veil was of rare old lace, an heirloom in the family, over tulle, and she wore long white gloves. Her flow ers were a cascade bouquet of opera gardenias and valley lilies. Mrs. Harper, mother of the bride, wore powder blue chiffon, with a corsage of orchids, Mrs. Arbuckle mother of the bridegroom, was dressed in light blue chiffon, and her corsage was also of orchids. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Harper entertained at a recep tion at the Hickory Country club, which was arranged in green and white for the occasion. Receiving with the wedding party and the two families were Dr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Mr and Mrs. George Blackwelder, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bumbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Jef ferson Owens, Major and Mrs. T. A. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Men zies and Dr. and Mrs. Glen Frye. Later in the evening, the bride and bridegroom left for a wedding trip. They will sail from New Orleans for a Carribean cruise, and. on their return, they will be at home at 431 Fanton Place. Mrs. Arbuckle attended St. Mary's i School in Raleigh and Fair jmont School in Washington, D. ,C„ and she has traveled extern jsively in America and in Europe. She is well-known throughout the state and has been widely en jtertained since the announcement Ut nex ensa-ocixieiiL. Mr. Arbuckle is the son of Dr. and Mrs Howard Bell Arbuckle, of Davidson. His father is a member of the chemistry depart ment at Davidson college. He was graduated from Davidson col lege, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Phi Delta and Scab bard and Blade, scholastic and leadership fraternities, and Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity. He is a graduate of the Yale Law School and is now an attorney in Charlotte, associated with James J. Harris Co. He is a member of the Mecklenburg Bar associa tion of Charlotte, the Cotillion club and the Charlotte Country club. Out-of-town guests at the wed ding included Senator and Mrs. Cameron Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. H M. Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Her man A. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. T. TV. Church, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mor gan Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Patton, Mr. and Mrs. El bert Todd, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Xuttall, Mr and Mrs. James Car son, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarrett, Dr. nd Mrs. Elias Faison, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Sanger, Miss Clay ton Sullivan, Miss Connie Burwell, Miss Frances Ann Cannon, Miss Grace Robinson, Stowe Moody, Irvin B. Boyle, George Cramer, TV. T. Covington, Henry Kelly, Norman Cocke, Jr., and Hugh L. Labdell, of Charlotte; Mr. and Mrs. ' R. McDonald Gray, Jr., of Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pamplin, of Washington, D. C.: L. s. Barringer and Ed Haseldom, of Columbia, S. C. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Van Ingram, of Winston-Salem; Miss Matilda Ehringhaus, of Ra I r WAHL S l\ ! = rashionlanU | I Smart Fashions ~ : At Economy Prices i | 214 N. Front St. I Reg. $1— Size * Jr WEEKS f ^ ONLY Smooth Tussy Wmd & Weather Lotion on your face always before . going out in cold weather. So creamy and soothing to tender, - wind-chapped skin! A smooth pow ' der base and body rub too. Helps soften rough, dry skin. Stock up NOW—save half price/ Ask for , Family Package of 6 bottles. Club Clock The regular meeting of the Ladies auxiliary to the Vet erans of Foreign Wars will be held this evening at 8 o’clock in the dug-out. The Winoca Cotillion club will hold a meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock in the hos tess room of White’s. All mem bers are urged to be present as final plans for a dance to be given by the club during April will be discussed. The regular meeting of the For est Hills P.-T. A. will be held in the school auditorium this afternoon at 3 o’clock. Mrs. B. H. Thomas will have charge of the program. Lieutenant John Davis of the police department, will makea talk on safty. All members are urged to attend. Rabbi M. M. Thurman will give a book review this eve ning at 8 o'clock in the Tem ple of Israel. Rabbi Thurman will review Autobiograhy With Letters by William Lyon Phelps. The public is invited to attend. There w’ill be a meeting of the executive board of the Isaac Bear Parent-Teacher association this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the school. All offi cers and chairmen of commit tees are requested to be pres ent. The Junior King’s Daughters will conduct the regular meet ing at the home of Misses Doro thy and Jane McEwen, Wed nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. The Stamp Defiance chapter, of the American Revolution, will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Ernest Bulluck, 519 Market street, Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A most interesting program has been arranged. The Castle Hayne Home Demonstration club will hold its regular meeting Wednesday evening, March 6, at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Circle Two of Immanuel Pres byterian church, Mrs. Harry Wet tig, chairman, will meet at the home of Mrs. E. F. Brad shaw, 1414 South Fourth street, this afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. The Lansford Bible class of the First Baptist church will hold its monthly meeting Wed nesday evening at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. G. Y. War wick, 320 North 19th street. The Euphian class of St. An drew's Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. Meigs, 511 Dock street. The regular meeting of the Alpha Adar sorority will be held with Miss Norma Milliken at the home of Mrs. W. O. Par ker, 202 Castle street, at 7:30 o’clock. All members are urged to be present. * * * BABY CONTEST HERE ATTRACTING INTEREST The baby contest conducted by the Primary department of St. John’s Episcopal church is attracting wide interest here. This contest is open to any child in the city under six years of age. Proceeds will go to wards the Lenten offering of the church. Pictures of many of the children will be on display in the window of a local florist throughout the week. The ten leading children are; Ag nes Monroe, Tommy Capps, Betty Garvie, Cynthia Lewis. Martha Bow den, Mary Catherine White, Betty Jean McCary, Adella Mann, Char lotte Jones and Billy Brittain. * * * Legion Dance CLINTON, March 4. — Large crowds of dancers have been en joying the square dances which the American Legion auxiliary has been sponsoring every Tuesday night, to raise funds for disabled war vet erans, at the American Legion community building. These dances will be continued each Tuesday night at the Ameri can Legion community building. leigh; Dr. and Mrs. Frank C. Brown, Dr. and Mrs. S. D. Mc Pherson, Sam McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright and Dr. Ed ward Orgain, of Durham; Mrs. L. P. Henkel, Miss Christine Hen kel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Debow, Mrs. C. V. Henkel and Mr. and Mrs. William Summerville, of Statesville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoyle, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. Thomas Craig 'and Miss Janie Craig Watson, of Gastonia; Mrs. W. W. Strlngfellow and Miss Nan jy Lee Cannon, of Concord; Mr. md Mrs - Richard Finley, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Finley and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Williams, of North Wilkesboro; Mrs. J. M. Bernhardt, Miss Fries Hall, Mrs. Lula Gwyn Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs. James Harper Beall, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bernhardt, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Harper, Miss Mary Lindsay Beall, Mrs. E. F. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. George Barnhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Alice Henkel Rhyne and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhyne, of Mount Holly. Cooking School Lecturer Miss Ruth Chambers, above, who will conduct the "Pageant of Foods” Cooking school sponsored by The Star-News and opening at the New Hanover High school audi torium at 2:30 o’clock this after noon, arrived in the city Sunday and invites all housewives of the community to be on hand to greet her when the school opens today. SUB-DEB CLUB WILL HOLD MEET TONIGHT WITH PRESIDENT The Sub-Deb club will hold its regular meeting tonight at 7:30 o’clock at the home of the presi dent, Miss Bette Harper. The new members will be initiated into the organization at this time. All mem bers are urged to be present. Newly elected officers are as fol lows: President, Miss Bette Harper; vice-president, Miss Martha William son; recording-secretary, Miss Nan cy Crichton; corresponding secre tary, Miss Helen Holden; treasurer, Miss Lois Mintz; and social chair man, Miss Sally Margaret Johnson. * * * ST. ANDREW’S CIRCLES TO HOLD 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, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. 2— Mrs. F .W. Ti-emain, chair man, will meet at the church on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 3— Mrs. C. B. Case, chairman with the chairman, 1111 Grace street, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, 4— Mrs. O. V. Thompson, chair man, with Mrs J. G. Carroll, 1517 Market stret, this afternoon 3:30 o’clock. 5— Mrs. C. H. Storey, chairman, with the chairman, 120 North 13th street, Wednseday evening at 8 o'clock. PERSONALS Justus M. Sistrunk has returned to Fort Moultrie, after a short visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Sistrunk. * * * Mrs. J. Irving Corbett and son, Jimmie, have returned to the city after a short trip to Washington, D. C., and Philadelphia. * * * Friends of Miss Lucile Biddle will be pleased to learn that she has re turned to her home following an appendectomy at Bulluck hospital. * * * Mrs. J. R. Canady, Jr., and son, Joel, of Winston-Salem, and Mrs. Charles Rankin, of Augusta, Ga., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rewis this week. * * * Mrs. Harry Hayden has as her guests at her home on South Front street, her daughter and grand children, Mrs. Ted Robinson, and Peter Darby and Joanna Robinson, | of Riverdale, N. Y. MILDRED PIERCE HONORED AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce enter tained at their home here 1 riday evening honoring their daugnter, Mildred, on her 12th birthday an niversary. Games were enjoyed during the evening followed by an ice course. Guests included, Mildred Pierce, honoree, Nancy Hobbs, Myrtle Mae Watkins Margaret Helms, Helen Anderson, Betty Brown, Doris Helms, Betty Ray Land, Margaret Rogers, Barbara Ann Watkins, Cor nelia. Lockamy, Catherine Sellars, Elizabeth Mason, Genieve Starling, Nenneth Hopkins, Raymond Haas. Bobby Haas, Melwood Raines, Jr., Billy Raines, Glen Wilson, Morris Grissom, Henry Mason, Jr., Bobby West, Jack Mountcastle, Tate Fair cloth, Jr., Jesse Watkins, Miss Em ma Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Hobbs, Mrs. W. P. Hopkins and T. F. Watkins. * • * * Bolivia_ BOLIVIA, March 4 — A popular baby contest is now in progress at Bolivia and will close on March 15 This is sponsored by the .Methodist ladies for the benefit of the Sunday school building project. The following names have been entered: Joanna Mintz, Nancy Edwards, Carolyn Danford, Maud Lee McKeithan. Mildred Johnson, Julia McClure Malpass, Mabel Jean Reid, Bill Kopp, Jr., Gary Johnson, Phillipp Harold Yount, Alvah Ward, III, L a n n y McKeithan, Horace Mercer Johnson, Ennis Hughes Robinson, Arliss Willetts, Paul Pot ter Clemmons, Tally Mercer,' Donald Willetts, Franklin Robinson Mercer, Johnnie Frederick Johnson, Louis Bryson Hickman, Malcom Knox, Leon Roger Swain and Virgil Brothers. * * * Mrs. Glenn Tucker was hostess to the K. K. club on Wednesday eve ning- In an amusing stunt contest F. W. Taylor was awarded the prize. Various games were enjoyed during :he evening after which the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Alex Robinson, served delicious cherry pie and cof fee. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Mintz. Mesdames George Cannon. Frank Johnson, Van Mercer; Misses Mae McClure, Clara Shapard, Anne Brower; Norman Chadwick, Albert Rosser, Johnnie King. Glenn Tuck er, Kenneth Tucker and the hostess. » * • A Home Management Leaders school was held at the home of Mrs. Lillian Oliver in Shallotte last Mon lay. Miss Pauline Gordon, home nanagement specialist from State college, gave a lesson and demon stration on “Adequate Lighting for he Home.” Boone's Neck, Bolivia, ^she, Exum, Myrtle Head and Shal otte clubs were well represented. * * * rHOMPSON-HODGE WEDDING ANNOUNCED CLARKTON, March 4.—Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hodge, of Clarkton, an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Irene, to Leston Thompson,' on Sunday, February 18, at Dillon, South Carolina. Mrs. Thompson is a former resi lent of Wilmington, and is a gradu ate of the Clarkton High school in he class of 1938. Mr. Thompson is the son of C. I. Thompson and is :onnected in business in Clarkton. I’he couple "ill make their home in Plankton. PETITION FILED HARRISBURG, Pa„ March 4.—(IP) —Petitions to place the name of President Roosevelt on the ballot for Pennsylvania's preferential primary n April were filed today at the state Sections bureau. FOUR MEN DROWN REDDING, Calif., March 4.—(-T)— rhe coroner’s office reported today :our men had drowned in flood swol en waters of northern California. SUPPER PARTY GIVEN FOR CLINTON TEAM CLINTON, March 4. — Mr. and Mrs. K. Kaleel entertained mem bers of the high school boys bask etball team at a supper at their home on Park Heights, on Monday evening. The lower floor of the spacious home was thrown en suite, and at tractively decorated carrying out the Easter motif. A tempting four course dinner was served. At each guest plate a placecard, made of an Easter bask et, was found as favors. After supper, the team was in vited to the Southern tavern, where they were joined by the cheer team, they enjoyed dancing until a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis M. Vann, an nounce the birth of a son, Feb ruary 26. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rich an nounce the birth of a daughter, on Thursday, February 22. WOMAN’S COLLEGE LISTS HONOR ROLL GREENSBORO, March 4.—Miss Lucile Darvin, a sophomore at Woman’s college received the high est number of quality points for academic work of any student at the college for the first semester, 1939-1940. Miss Darvin, who is from New City, New York, earned 75 quality points. She is working to ward the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Runners-up for the honor were Miss Margaret Wyatte, of Mebane, a senior, and Miss Jane Parker, of Smithfield, a sophomore, who each made 72 quality points. In the freshman class, the high est number of quality points was made by Miss Phyllis Parker, of Smithfield. 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Wt-b MAbCR^tU. 1 TtVy. v* \V\ VA&oswfca , -- HICKORY, March 4—Miss Bettj Corinne Harper, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Finley Gwyn Harper ol Hickory, became the bride ol Howard Arbuckle Jr. of Charlotte In a formal ceremony solemnized Saturday at 8 o’clock in the First Presbyterian church of Hie kory. The Rev. John R. Hay was the officiating minister. James Pfohl of Davidson played the wed ding music on the organ, and Miss Christine Henkel, of States ville, aunt of the bride, and Don ald Pfohl, of wake Forest, were soloists. The church was decorated for the occasion with Oregon ferns and woodwardia ferns, with masses of calla lilies set against the green background. Seven-branched can delabra holding cathedral tapers completed the arrangement in the chancel, and along the aisles calla lilies tied with white satin ribbon were placed at intervals. Before the ceremony Mr. Pfohl played Andanta Cantabile, Tschai kowsy; O. Promise Me. DeKoven; Ave Maria, Schubert;. Elegie, Mas sanet; selections from Etrellita, Ponce; and Liszt’s Liebestraum. Miss Henkel sang “O Perfect Love,’’ by Burleigh, and Donald Pfohl sang “Because," by D'Hardelot. Dur ing the ceremony, the organist played the prayer from Hansel and Gretel, by Humperdinck. The tra ditional wedding marches were used as processional and recession