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•r.y.y.y.y.y.-.w.v'vXv'vy • .y.y.y.w.* - - • y.\*.y.y.\\y.y.y.y.y.y.\y.\y.\y.y.\y.\\\v.-.-.-.v.vy.y.y.y.j.v.y.y.y.\y.;.\y.\y.y.\y.v.\-.\- ■ ■ • - .. ........ .y.y.y.y.y.j j * Saturday Hours ' I®1, c .'i,-| I 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. , *1 ^tarday Hours || TELEPHONE 2800 j gf TE^HONE 2800 fifl %-tli Carolina borosis Will Be Headed By Mrs. George L. Clendenin --—- -- North Carolina Sorosis held rinual banquet and installa tlie < new officers at the club bo11 ° n North Third street Thurs ^evening at 7 o’clock, with da} t Clayton Grant, president, jlrs. u -residing The program was opened with ..tinging of two lovely selec he*in!?ft Thine Eyes” a n d Eyes”, sung by Mrs. Louise jLnn accompanied at the piano - r;.r5’ fj h. Thomason. Mrs. Andrew" Howell gave a prayer, af which the club collect and America*were said by the assemb , 1Irs Hanson also sang ‘‘The Magic That's April”, which was dedicated to the state garden club. B H Thomason play«d Pre iude in'D Minor by Porter. ’ yrs j_ w. Grise, of the New Hanover High school faculty and member of Sorosis, presented MiSs Kathleen Skipper, who was winner of the first prize in an es sav contest conducted at the high school and sponsored by Sorosis. Miss Skipper read her essay on fort Fisher and was presented a gift from the club. ' Splendid reports were given dur ing the business session by all of ficers and chairmen of standing committees of the club. Their re ports showed much progress and outstanding work done during their terms of office. Those mak ing reports were: Mrs. A. B. Love, Sr., secretary: Mrs. Ransey Weathersbee. corresponding secre tary; Mrs. K. W. Price, treasurer; Mrs. G. L. Clendenin, auditor; Mrs. Lillian Rodgers, parliamenta rian; Mrs. Eugene Philyaw, fi nance chairman; Mrs. H. T-. Fish er, house chairman; Mrs. Bertram Quelch, courtesy chairman; Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer, legislative chairman; Mrs. Ed Munson, club rental chairman; Mrs. Andrew Howell, museum chairman; Mrs. Lilliam Rodgers, property chair man; Mrs. Schaefeer Parker, American Citizenship chairman; Mrs. Manley Williams, education al chairman; Mrs. E. W. Mange, fine arts chairman: Mrs. W. C. Nichols, garden department chair man; Mrs. N. L. Foy, internation al relations chairman; Mrs. E. P. Weathersbee, welfare chairman; and Mrs. L. C. Grant, president of Sorosis. me iouowing new memoers 01 Sorosis were present; Mrs. Mar garet Davis, Mrs. Walter B. Freed, Mrs. Harold Wells, Mrs. Jack Brantley. Mrs. A. R. Willis, Mrs. Dudley Howell, Mrs. A. P. Bert ram, Mrs. J. W. Jackson and Miss Eleanor Grant. The following delegates to the State Federation of Women’s clubs convention held in Greens boro recently gave reports; Mrs. W. M. Fibbs, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. IV. A. Fonvielle and Mrs. •Andrew Howell. Mrs. Manley Williams, chairman of the educational department, presented Mrs. C. Wayne Spen cer, winner of the first prize in a current events contest sponsor ed by the club and given by Times Magazme. the book, America in Mid Passage by Charles and Mary Baird. Mrs, Williams stated that the North Carolina Junior Sorosis was awarded the Mamie Brown Latham trophy for the best work done in the community, and the club having the best project of any junior club in the state at the fed eration in Greensboro. She also feted that the juniors won a prize 0 ®ve dollars for the best club scrapbook and a ten dollar prize •or the best Indian welfare work done by the juniors in the state. Mrs. J. c. Williams, won se cond prize in the Jubilee publicity ■ ®raPbook contest sponsored by oe federation and honorable men don wss. given Mrs. Laura Howell •ordeii in the federation feature !tlcle contest. Mrs. George Clen nm. president, succeeding Mrs. • Ciayton Grant. The _• . hct n — s hew uniters were galled: Mrs. W. M. Hibbs, re mg secretary succeeding Mrs. ; thi“'TLove' Sr.: Mrs. F. A. Mat : Mrs treasurer, succeeding Pri K: W: Price: Mrs. K. w. r„Ce' auditor, succeeding Mrs. Clendenin; Miss EtheJ HowpIi historian; Mi's. Andrew : inir l,’ Parhamentarian, succeed Lik k Lillian Rodgers; Mrs. tioiw i, • gers’ international rela chairman, succeeding Mrs. propertyy’ L> Clayton Grant Mrs r or chairman, succeeding D Eu|han Rodgers, Mrs. Henry Mrs Publicity, succeeding A H- L. McKibben. the i2 ,did scrapbook kept by historian M/S- Ge°rge Griffiths, ed at ,, o£ the club, was display Weathei-cK meeting. Mrs. Ransey with ) | Presented the club George p!eJy vase Siven by Dr. Griffi u p in naemory of the or«, th a former member of A organization. handiwort !Meresting display of at the p dona by a special class under thk °rnelius Harnett school Wood direction of Miss Eleanor -hown. member of the club, was Ladies kvo1" was served by the SC°M church^ °f St' PaUl’S Epi‘ The ~ ' sional s‘,i!rS and eyes of profes be s« Lnt r °f mohair have to hatches ,they can divide Rations ?£l S lair int0 30 clas tho«sandths nf4 Jaiy only 37 len ®”s of an mch. Heads Sorosis Mrs. George Clendenin, who was recently installed as new president of the North Carolina Sorosis, suc ceeding Mrs. L. Clayton Grant, who has held the of fice for the past two years. SPONSORS FOR GIRLS’ STATE ARE ANNOUNCED GREENSBORO, May 18. — Mrs. George A. Iseley, chairman of the Girls’ State Commission of the North Carolina department of the American Legion auxiliary, has an nounced the sponsors for the first North Carolina Girls’ State, to be held June 16-21 at Woman’s col lege. Sponsors include: Mrs. Doyle D. Alley, of Waynesville, state presi dent of the P. T. A.; Mrs. W. B. Aycock, Raleigh; Hon. J. W. Bail ey, Washington, D. C., and Ral eigh; State Senator Joe L. Blythe, Charlotte; Miss Gertrude Cara way, New Bern; Congressman J. Bayard Clark, Fayetteville; Miss Beatrice Cobb, Editor Morganton Herald, Morganton; Mrs. J. W. Cone, Greensboro; Congressman Harold D. Cooley, Nashville; Mrs. Eugene Davis, natinoal officers of the D. A. R., Raleigh; Miss Harriet Elliott, dean of women, Woman’s college; D. B. Fearing, chairman Roanoke Memorial association, Manteo; Judge Johnson J. Hayes, North Wilkesboro; Mrs. Palmer Jerman, Greensboro; Mrs. R. H. Latham, past State President Woman’s club, Asheville; Mrs. E. L. McKee, Syl va; Judge Hubert Olive, Lexing ton; Hidden Ramsey, editor Ashe ville Times, Asheville; Mrs. J. B. Sidbury, Wilmington; L. D. Ward, Speaker of the House of Represen tatives, New Bern; Judge Wilson Warlick, Newton; Congressman Lindsey S. Warren, Washington, D. C.; Judge Isaac M. Meekins, Eliza beth City. The Tar Heel Girls’ State is a new venture for the American Le gion auxiliary in North Carolina, and has as its purpose to provide for the girls of North Carolina an opportunity to become actively ac quainted with their responsibilities as worthwhile citizens. Students’ Building on the campus will be used as the Capitol of Girls’ State, and all activities will be di rected from there. The girls will be housed in the residence halls on the campus and meals will be served in one of the college dining halls. IVllSb ilcuilct UU1UI.U JO uiuumui. of the local committee making plans for Girls’ State, and mem bers of the faculty of Woman’s col lege are cooperating in preparing practical lessons in citizenship for the girls attending Girls’ State. In addition to the instructive program a very enjoyable social calendar has been prepared, each event hav ing a' definite place in the program. The facilities of the college gym nasium and swimming pool will be available for the citizens of Girls’ State under the supervision of the college physical education depart ment. The capital city of Girls’ State has been named Mann City, i$i honor of Mrs. Weaver Mann, of Newton, state president of the Le gion auxiliary. * * * MRS. ONEIDA EAKINS HOSTESS TO CLASS Mrs. Oneida Eakins was hostess to the Georgia Barton class, oi Temple Baptist church, Thursday evening at her home in Carolina Place. After a short business meeting, games and contests were enjoyed, the following winning prizes: Mrs. Ethel Parish, Mrs. Marie Walker, Mrs. Cornetha Weaver, Mrs. El Myer, Mrs. Lena Hemby and Miss Thelma Proctor. Delicious refi-eshments were served to the following: Mrs. Mar tha Keever, Mrs. J. M. Crute, Miss Mary Taylor, Mrs. Lena Hemby, Mrs. Lenora Greene, Mrs. Mar garet Smith, Mrs. Louise Martin, Mrs. Marie Walker, Miss Thelma Proctor, Mrs. Cornetha Weaver, Mrs. El Myer, Mrs. Linnie Piner, Mrs. Beatrice Nichols, Mrs. Ethel Parish, Miss Elsie Crute and Car mine Nichols. Miss MacLeod, Mr. McDiarmid Engaged To Wed LUMBERTON, May 18. — Mrs. Alpheus Hinton MacLeod an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Sarah Kathryn, to Doug ald Murray McDiarmid, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDiarmid of Parkton, the wedding to take place in June. Mr. and Mrs. John Luther White sides, of Sharon, S. C., announce the engagemertt of their daughter, Annie Lee, of Lumberton, and Gor don Judson Poteet, of Roanoke, Va., and Laurinburg. Mr. Poteet is the son of the late Rev. and Mrs. James Edward Poteet of Roanoke. The wedding will take place Satur day, June 15 in the Associate Re form Presbyterian church at Shar on. * * * FAIR BLUFF FAIR BLUFF, May 18.—Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Powell and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dick spent Moth er’s Day at Oak Ridge with their son and nephew, Andy Powell who is a member of the graduating class this year. —Mrs. Lizzie A. Floyd has returned to her home in Lakeland, Fla., after a visit of two weeks with relatives in the city. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turn er and little son, Buster, are visit ing Mrs. Turner’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murden, of Orange burg, S. C. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and children, of Con way, S. C., spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cole man. —Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meares and Sam Scott. Jr., left Saturday for a tour through California. — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waddell, Miss Betty Waddell and Mr. and Mrs. James Turner spent Sunday in Fuguay Springs as guests of their aunt, Mrs. Kate Farribow. —Miss Frances Bridges has returned from a two weeks visit to h e r aunt, Mrs. T. I. Martin in Flo rence, S. C. —Visiting Mrs. Bessie Renfrew on Mother’s Day were her daughters, Mrs. Harry Harrington and Mrs. Phil Winstead, of Mul lins, S. C. —Misses Sara Bailey and Nedro Anderson, visited Misses Margery Bailey and Betty Lou Anderson at Meredith college, hospitality week. —Mrs. Elbert N. Johnson has been spending some time with her sisters, Mrs. J. S. Farmer and Dr. Mary Lynch Johnson in Raleigh and Meredith college and brother. Dr. Wingate Johnson of the Baptist hospital, Winston-Salem. Rev. Mr. John son and the two children went for her Monday, returning Tuesday. Elwood Waddell, of Orangeburg, S. C., spent last week-end at his home here. —J. L. Davis, has re turned from a stay at the Veteran hospital in Columbia, S. C. —Mrs. Cornie Rogers returned Friday from a two weeks visit to her niece Mrs. Emma Regan of Chadbourn. -Mrs. Willie Muldren who has been visiting relatives and friends in Fayetteville and Marietta has returned to her home here. —Mrs. George Wright left Tuesday for her home near Raleigh, after a few days visit in the home of Miss Trixie Yates and Mrs. Clara JMance. Mr. and Mrs. John Bartley had visiting them for the day Sunday their daughter, Mrs. E. C. Spivey and Mr. Spivey of Marion, S. C.— Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elvington and little daughter, Mildred have re turned to Charleston, S. C., after a visit here to Mr. Elvington’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elving ton and relatives in Chadbourn.— Mrs. Henry Coleman and Miss Amanda Coleman spent two days in Durham early in the week. — Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Renfrew, of Whiteville, spent Sunday with re latives in the city. —Mr. and Mrs. Pellam Renfrew and little daugh ter visited Mrs. Renfrew’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Haire in Eliza bethtown Sunday. Haynes Barnes of Proctorville spent Friday in Fair Bluff with his brother-in-law, Henry Coleman. —Little Steve Buie, of Bladenboro, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Townsend. —Miss Evelyn Jenkins, of Marion, S. C.. visited her mother, Mrs. Eva Jen kins over the week-end. —Mr. and Mrs. Bob King and children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard King spent Sunday with relatives in Harts ville, S. C. —Miss Sadie Rhae Fairfax, a student nurse at Thomp son’s hospital in Lumberton, spent last week-end here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Fair fax. —Mrs. Minnie Norris John son has returned to her home at, Burgaw after a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. C. Hammond and broth er, H. V. Norris. —Elbert Keziah returned Monday to school in Flo rence after ten days illness with measles at the home of his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cole man. —Raymond Waddell came home last week from Union Mills school where he spent the school term. —Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bailey had as their guests over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smith of Smithfield. —Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Thomas visited Mrs. Thomas par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmards at Armour last week-end. —Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Rogers and daughter, Mary and Lois Neil have been visiting their father and grand father, S. W. Owen at Council. Mrs. Ed Rogers was hostess to the Woman’s Missionary society of the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon when the organization met for the May meeting. A large number were in attendance and an interesting program was held at the conclusion of business. Mrs. Rogers served dainty refresh ments. Federal tables show that a white baby boy at birth can expect to live 59 years. If he gets through the first year he can look forward to 62 years. For girls it’s longer: 63 years at birth and 65 after the first year. * England’s standard of currency value was the silver pound from the days of William the Conqueror until 1816, when it was changed to the golden sovereing. North Carolina Clubwomen To Attend Convention (Continued from Page Eleven) roads safety control has been spon sered in 17 clubs and bicycle clubs organized. Patriotic law enforcement pro grams have been given by 26 clubs and 11 clubs report study of tax problems. Citizenship Day has been obser ved by seven clubs, honoring all aliens who become naturalized on this day and all who will be elegi ble to vote for the first time, stres sing the duties and responsibilities of American citizenship. One dis trict is aiding in the naturalization of 22 foreign born. Mrs. W. R. Everett, of the di vision of Family Finance, reports that management should be the goal for the family finance divi sion, planning and balancing the budget, conserving materials, se curing greatest values for money spent and developing a high sense of relative values. Most far reach ing would be a program that would impress the group with the scope of managerial problems and busi ness knowledge necessary to carry on the job of home making. Mrs. Estelle Smith, of the Di vision of Extension of the Ameri can Home Department, gives some suggestions as to how clubs can cooperate - furthering a more far reaching and effective program which would benefit the people in a cov *y, as follows: Ey education through two day forums ii the fall with cooperative or individual pro grams that might be presented and analyzed. A two day Rural-Urban conference is being planned for the fall. There will be representa tives from various fields, industry, mercantile, banking, teaching, city house aife, farm house wife, far mer, president of women’s club, for the purpose of better under standing each other. In civic pride town and county flower Knows may be produced as joint projects, also clean up campaigns, recreational programs and joint work in spon soring libraries, music apprecia tion and beauty in the home. Mrs. E.W Griggin, of the Public Safety Div'sion of the American Home department, says that through the coming year this di vision will stress accident preven tion in the home, safe driving and young drivers. In the Garden Division Mrs. Clyde Upchurch lists objectives as sponsoring humble little homes a long the highways and assisting with the planting of shrubbery and flowers. Assist in conservation of native shrubs and flowers and wild life, enlisting the cooperation of youth that they may become life long protectors of natural resour ces. Establish Junior Garden clubs in schools and communities, and keeping the home town attractive. Establish a garden library. Plan and plant for beautification until all waste places are made beauti ful, highv s planted, vacant lots made into gardens and the whole country side made into a park. McEntee Explains New Benefits For Veterans One of the most important vet eran welfare victories of recent years is the liberalization by the Veterans’ Administrator of regu lations affecting permanently dis abled and unemployed veterans, according to Commander Joseph B. McEntee, Post No. 2573, Vete rans of Foreign Wars of the Unit ed States. Addressing members of his post last night at a meeting at the dug out, Commander McEntee declar ed that the April 2 Service letter, sent by Administrator General Frank T. Hines to all Administra tion Facilities “will put thousands of totally disabled veterans on the government pension rolls to re ceive $30 per month each.” The group affected, Commander McEntee told his listeners, will include veterans whose disabili ties make it impossible for them to hold jobs, but who previously have been denied government pensions because they were unable to prove their disabilities were “total and permanent.” ,WAKE FOREST STUDENT LEADERS Pictured above are ten Wake Forest college campus leaders for 1940-41. They are, first row, from left to right: Robert Goldberg of Wilmington, president of the stud ent body; Charles Mayberry of Mt. Airy, vice-president of the student body; Ferd Dav is of Zebulon, editor of the campus newspaper; Wells Norris of Dillon, S. C., editor of the literary-humorous magazine; Norvell Ashburn of Atlanta, Ga., editor of the annual. Second row: Archie McMillan of Raleigh, president of the senior class; Tommy Byrne of Baltimore, Md., president of the Monogram club; John E. Galloway of Moultrie, Ga., president of the Baptist Student Union; George Watkins, III, of Durham, president of the junior class; and Henry Lougee of Durham, president of the sophomore class. GARLAND WOMAN’S 1 CLUB ENTERTAINED GARLAND, May 18.—Mrs. A. L. Carter and Mrs. John Dyson were hostesses to the Woman’s club Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock after the business session and a social hour. The hostesses served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Herbert Blackman enter tained at her home Thursday eve ning with a supper at 7:30 o’clock in honor of Mr. Blackman’s birth day. The invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Lubert Barefoot and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carter. A pleasant eve ning was enjoyed by all present. The Woman’s Missionary society of the Garland Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. T. L. Rich Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Carter had charge of the program. Those taking part were Mes dames E. C. Herring, P. B. Hea ton, W. J. McDaniel, T. L. Rich, A. F. Jones, S. L. Smith and A. L. Carter. At the close of the meet ing the hostess served refresh ments. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Wiley, of Chesterfield, S. C., and Mrs. R. A. Williford and daughter, of East over spent Sunday with Mrs. W. J. McDaniels. Mrs. Crotia Warren, of Salemburg, and Miss Jessie Pridgen of New Bern, visited Mrs. " .. Coleman Carter recently. Mrs. O. Matthews has returned to her lome after an extended visit with ler daughter, Mrs. Jack Sawyer if near Greensboro. She was ac* rompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer who will spend some time lere. Mrs. Thurman Stallings, of Clinton, and Mrs. Huston Hayes of Roseboro, are visiting their par ;nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Rich. * * * Supreme Regent And Secretary Of Catholic Daughters To Visit City (Continued from Page Eleven) ris, grand regent; Mrs. Kathryn Brown, vice-grand regent; Miss Katheryn Furlong, prophetess; Miss Elizabeth Shannon, monitor; Miss Mary Sheehan, financial sec -etary; Miss Davie Duffy, treasur ir; Mrs. Mae White, Historian; Mrs. Rose Picot, organist; Mrs. Dan Meier, sentinel; Mrs. P. J. Baschon, lecturer; Mrs. Ralph lohnson, trustee; and Mrs. John Powell, trustee. RHAPSODY IN BLUE ANN BAXTER, new Metro player, wears: an apron-skirt of bright blue and white striped j ; linen, tied on over a solid p§ blue playsuit that has j patch pockets and turn- : down collar. The thick cork-soled shoes combine blue and white linen. j BLEACHS Lighter, Fairer IN A FEW SHOBT DAYS F WAHL'S f\ ASHIONLAN \) Smart Fashions At Economy Prices 214 N. 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