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Xy " Bridge Party For Red Cross Slated Saturda\ J Harbor Island Annex Of Coun try Club To Be Scene Of Delightful Event The summer annex of the Cap< Fear Country club at Harbor Islanc will be the scene of a most enjoy able bridge party on Saturday after ■ noon, June S, at 3:30 o’clock wher the special committee of the Rec Cross Emergency Drive will enter tain. Tickets for the party may be se cured from Mrs. Ben M. Washburn, general chairman of the committee, or from any of the following mem bers of the committee; Mrs. Thom; s R. Whitehead, Mrs. J. Goodlett Thornton. Mrs. Alex Sprunt, Mrs. Leon Andrews, Mrs. Robert M. Wil liams. Mrs. Cyrus Hogue, Mrs. Rich ard B. Gwathmey, Mrs. J. Winder Hughes, Mrs. Vernon Avery or Mrs. James deB. Walbach. A feature of the occasion will be a “traveling prize”. Refreshments will be served, and the proceeds raised from this party will go to the Red. Cross Emergency Funds. * * *, Marriage Announced Mrs. Queenie Riley announces the marriage of her sister. Eda Adeline Kennedy, to Archie Wood row Lewis, of Seagate, son of Mrs. Mamie Lewis, uf Seagate. - The marriage took place May 24, at Marion, South Carolina. The couple is making their home on Red Cross street, this city. * * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Taylor, of Norfolk, Va., formerly of Wil mington, announce the birth of a daughter, Carolyn Gilbert Taylor, on May 25. Mrs. Taylor is the former Miss Bevvie Gilbert, of this city. MRS. M. L. CHASTEN PRESENTS PUPILS IN PIANO RECITAL HERE Mrs. M. L. Chasten presented r her pupils of piano in a recital on Tuesday afternoon, May 28, at 5:30 o’clock in the parish house of St. ' James Episcopal church. The program was as follows: Warrior’s Song, (Heller), Kathe rine Goodman; Jolly Little Fish erman, (Hewitt;, Jean Pope; Tu lip, (Lichner), Myra Katzoff; Brownie’s Morning Song, (Brown), Maud Noe: Elfin Frolic, (Lemont), Mavis Sykes; Rustic Chapel, (Rolfe), Margaret Holmes; Elf and the Fairy, (Bentley), Marga ret Getty; Etude in G, (Grant Schaefer), Ann Moore; Dance of the Dwarf’s (Lermani, Sybil Tan ner; Auf’ Brauner Haide, (Lange), Vie Sanders; Old English Dance, (Smith), Lon Ussery, Jr.; Sway ing Daffodils, (Overlade), Marjorie Batson; La Gatina, (Krentzlin), Rachel Mills; Twilight. (Friml), Alice Eakins: Curious Story, (Hel ler), Harriet Smith; Valse in A Flat, (Durand), Ann Hurst; Bar carolle, (Rodgers), Mary Mathis; Album Leaf, (Thompson), Evelyn Brown; Deuxieme Mazurka, (Go dard), Joyce West. * * * CORNELIUS HARNETT ANNOUNCES PERFECT ATTENDANCE AWARDS The Cornelius Harnett school pre sented perfect attendance certificates to the following students. One year perfect attendance: Jerry Axler, Harriett Shain, Florence Bag well, Coy J. Barnes, Luther C. Mit chell, Dorothy Bagwell, Joe Axler, James G'lisson, Bobby Hamilton, Marvin Moss, Doris Harris, Jacky Cowan, Jerome Shain, Fotenie Pate los. John L. Millinor, Benjamin Glis son, Charles Long, Ethel McIntyre, Emerson Surles, Thomas Batson, Harry Padrick, Thurman Rochelle. Two years—Harry Overby, Fred die Lee Hamilton, Joyce Lee Moss, Larry Barnes, Horace Chinnis, Wil liam Hansley, Eugene Potter, Lou ise Watkins, Esther Mae Turner, Marion Potter, William Morton, Vivian Sykes, Samuel Feikel. * * * J. A. WEST HOST TO CLUB AT BEACH The last meeting of the year was held by the Livewire club on Friday evening, when J. A. West, Jr., en tertained the club at Wrightsville Beach, at the home of his sister, Mrs. E. D. Robinson. The members enjoyed a swim in the early’ afternoon and bowling after which a supper was served buffet sty’le. Those attending were: M. C. Wil son, Ann Andrews, Richard Dunley, Arthur Shain, Sally Prevatt, Joe Howe, Evelyn Brown, Maurice Dan iels, Jane Dunham, Jim Williams, Louise Hardwick, Kirk Low, Jean Jones, Ed Troy, Tessie Finch, Louise Davis, and the club mascot, Joyce West. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. West. Till Hill ..Mil __ LUTHERAN CIRCLES WILL HOLD MEETS The circles of the Women's Missionary society of St. Paul’s Lutheran church will meet as fol lows: 1— Mrs. F. A. Bessinger, leader, met last week. 2— Mrs. C. R. Fryer, leader, with the leader, 202 North Ninth street, Monday at 4 p. m. 3— Mrs. H. Habenicht Sr., lead er, with the leader, 217 North Seventh street, Monday at 4 p. m. 4— Mrs. H. B. Harbers, leader, at the Luther Memorial building, Sixth and Princess streets, Mon day at 4 p. m. 5— Mrs. W. A. Kamer, leader, with Mrs. W. B. Beery, Jr., 106 South Seventeenth street, Thursday at 10:30 a. m. 6 — Mrs. Will Rehder, leader, with the leader, 308 North Fif teenth street, Monday at 4 p. m. * * * TABERNACLE CIRCLES WILL HOLD MEETINGS The circles of the Woman’s Mis sionary society of the Tabernacle Baptist church will meet as fol lows: 1— Mrs. Niven, chairman, with Mrs. Percy Reed. 508 Nun street. Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. 2— Mrs. Sellers, chairman, with 7\ /r_ T T A_ liiiuv-ioun, ^11 street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 3— Mrs. Steljes. chairman with Mrs, Oscar Padrick, 105 Meares street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 4— Mrs. Everett, chairman, with the chairman, 406 South Fourth street, Monday evening at 8 o’clock. * * * FLOWER SHOW WILL BE HELD BY SOROSIS GARDEN CLUB IN FALL The North Carolina Sorosis Gar den club urged all flower lovers to lay special emphasis on the growing of dahlias and chrysan themums for exhibit in the fall flower show to be presented by the club, Mrs. W. C. Nichols, presi dent of the recently federated gar den club, announced yesterday. * * * MRS. JAMES YOPP HONORED AT PARTY A shower was given in honor of Mrs. James Yopp on Wednesday eve ning at the home of Mrs. N. H. Phillips, Sr. Games were played and refresh ments were served. Those attending were Mrs. James Yopp, honorje, Mrs, N. H. Phillips, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Grimstead, Miss Ray Yopp, Miss Bessie Campbell, Miss Louise Phillips, Mrs. Linwood Brim son. Mrs. J. T. Canady, Mrs. Gene Canady, Miss Katberlyn Hill, Mrs. Herbert Canady, Mrs. George Bol linger, Miss Theo Yopp, Mrs, E. H. Williams, Mrs. Ray Branch, Mrs. Paul Phillips, Miss Cathelene Yopp, Mrs. A. B. .Wilson and Mrs. A. P Russ. KNICK-KNACKS WILL BE PRESENTED SOON AT SOROSIS CLUBHOUSE Pupils from the Allie Morris Whitfield Studio of dancing will present a varied and snappy song and dance review when they pre sent the Whitfield Knick-Knacks of 1940 at the North Carolina Sorosis clubhouse on Friday evening, June 14. at 8 o’clock. A number of the best dancers in the city will take part in the re vue which will include solo and en semble numbers. The entire pro ceeds will go towards work of the Sorosis activities, which included the baby clinic which is conducted weekly by the club and the welfare work done in the city. * * * FIFTH AVENUE CIRCLES WILL HOLD MEETINGS The circles of the Fifth Avenue Methodist church will meet as fol lows : 1— Mrs. George T. Farrar. 1408 Grace street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 2— Mrs. D. M. Davis, 1819 Ann street. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock. 3— Miss Etta Craig, 623 South Sixth street Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock. 4— Mrs. John Morris, Castle Hayne, Monday afternoon at 3:30 O C10CK. 5— Mrs. W. E. Snakenburg, 118 Brookwood avenue, Monday even ing at 8 o’clock. 6— Mrs. Donald Parrish, 1725 Carolina avenue, Monday evening at 8 o’clock. * * * SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CIRCLES WILL MEET Circles of Southside Baptist church will meet Tuesday at 3:30 o’clock as follows: 1— Mrs. E. L. Avery, chairman, will meet Wednesday at 3:30 with Mrs. J. T. Williams, Summer Hill. 2— Mrs. D. W. Mintz, chairman, with Mrs. Dan Kelly, 607 South Second street. 3— Mrs. F. W. Copeland, chair man with Mrs. H. F. Ivy, 610 South Fifth street. 4— Mrs. J. G. Brinson, chairman with Mrs. Luther Congleton, 513 Nun street. ♦ ♦ ♦ COMMUNITY HALL AT CASTLE HAYNE WILL BE SCENE OF DANCE A June frolic will be held at the Castle Hayne community hall on Wednesday evening, June 5, music will be played and refreshments served during the evening. The public is cordially invited to at tend. * * * MRS. FENLEY WILL PRESENT PUPILS IN RECITAL ON TUESDAY Mrs. J. B. Fenley will present her pupils in voice on Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock in the Grace Metho dist church hall. The public is cordially invited to attend. Miss Gavlord, •/ Bride - Elect, Complimented Mrs. Jack Atkinson and Mrs. William Peterson were hostesses Monday evening honoring Miss Mi riam Gaylord, bride-elect of . the summer, at a lovely crystal show er given at the home of Mrs. Peterson on Church street. Miss Gaylord was presented a lovely corsage of white roses and sweet peas. The home was deco rated throughout with spring flow ers, the pink and white motif be ing carried out. Games were enjoyed throughout the evening and Miss Gaylord was presented many pieces of crystal in her chosen pattern, after which a delicious ice course was served. Guests included Miss Gaylord, honoree, Mrs. George Gaylord, Mrs. A. F. Gibson, Mrs. T. W. Tucker, Mrs. Lewis Darden, Miss Mary Warters, Miss Eloise Maults by, Miss Katherine Bell. Miss Ad die Lee Gaylord. Mrs. G. R. Peter son, Mrs. Leo Little, Miss Betty Harper, Miss Glavenn Craig, Miss Ethel Ulmer. Mrs. Jean Harper, Mrs. Joe Boylan. Mrs. Newton Kel ly, Mrs. Alex Sholar, and Mrs. Earl Bullard. * * * TEMPLE BAPTIST CIRCLES TO MEET The circles of the Temple Bap tist church will meet as follows: 1— Mrs. R. B. Roebuck, chair man, with Mrs. L. G. Jordan, 1811 Grace street Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 2— Mrs. J. C. Wommack, chair man, with Mrs. H. S. Hill, 1715 Ann street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 3— Mrs. C. N. Lowrimore, chair man, with Mrs. J. H. Fussell, 1805 Grace street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 4— Mrs. C. T. Jordan, chairman, with Mrs. A. L. Motte, 113 South 17th street, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. 5— Mrs. Nall, chairman, with Mrs. D. J. Bryant, 2119 Barnett avenue, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. 6— The Mamie Atkinson circle will meet with Mrs. Linwood An drews, Market street road Thurs day afternoon at 3 o’clock. * * * MRS. SIDNEY ANDREWS HONORED AT SHOWER ————— Mrs. Sidney Bonitz Andrews, whose marriage is announced to day was honored by the Y. I. C. class of St. Paul’s Lutheran Sun day school on Thursday evening at a lovely miscellaneous showers given at the Casa Rlanra at Car. olina Beach. A number of games were enjoy ed during the evening and a de licious refreshment course was served following the games. Around nineteen guests were pre sent. * * * Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Holden an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Viola Haseltine. to Charles Jackson Herring, of this city. The wedding to take place within the near future. GIRL SCOUT TROOP TWO COMPLETES YEAR The Girl Scouts of Troop 2 of the Church of the Covenant has just completed another successful year. This troop, with Mrs. J. M. Autry as captain, has its full quota of 32 scouts with a waiting list of over forty prospective members. Girl Scouting this year has been conducted in accordance with the “1940 Revised Program of Girl Scouting”. This program lays less stress upon badge work as an indica tion of accomplishment but more toward the fuller development of personal interests in the hope that occupations may evolve from the future hobbies or even perhaps association with the ten fields of endeavor that are presented. The captain has tried to include all pos sible interests in the ten fields so as in later life a girl may have a liesure time activity in which she is especially interested and in which she has had enough instruc tion to prove worthwhile. Horse manship, first aid, foot travelers and explorers, community arts and crafts, music and homemaking were the choices this year. One evening during the Christmas holi days last year, was set aside for Girl Scout caroling. Carolers sang before various homes in the city and at the county home, where they left "rememberances from Santa Claus.” Because of the holi uay spun sucn singing inspires, it is to be continued annually to further a tradition. During the year, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets were given to the needy and a donation of $12.00 was given to the Wilmington chapter of the American Red Cross for Finnish Relief. Girl Scouting trains girls to be the kind of women the community believes in—girls who know what their city has to offer and how to use the resources to make it a better community, self reliant, healthy girls interested in home making, citizenship, the arts, dra matics and literature. Not only are the Girl Scouts of Troop 2 interested in the social and civic programs attempted and in their own personal accomplish ments, but they also try to keep in mind at all times the funda mental basis of the organization in order to lead more wholfsome lives and be a service to humanity. In the past several months Troop 2 attended in a body to hear services of the Dr. Whitmore, Church of the Covenant; Rabbi Thurman. Temple of Israel; and of the Rev. Love, formerly of Grace Methodist church. Many of the scouts have regis tered to attend Camp Shirley Rog ers. Roaring Gap, during the sum mer. * * * miss rtU-LiAlN JJ ENGAGED TO MARRY JAMES A. McCRARY, JR. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kelloway, of Masonboro Sound, announce the engagement of their niece, Miss Helen Aeribelle Roland, to James A. McCrary, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. McCrary, of Flo rence, South Carolina. * * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie D. Peter son, of Newport News, Va„ an nounce the birth of a son on Mav 30. - I SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN A delightful surprise birthday party was given Wednesday night honoring Mrs. Agnes Land on her birthday by Miss Lucy Cochran and Mrs. S. G. Lang. The honoree received a number of gifts. Games were enjoyed during the evening after which refreshments were served. Prize winners in the games were Mrs. Floyd Carr Howard Lit tleton. Those attending were Misses 1 Margaret and Dorothy Mintz. Lil lian Smith. Bertha Lang, Louise Mallard, Eloise Wilson, Florence Tienken, Mrs. M. T. Russ, Ger trude Miller. R. A. Brindell, L. T. C. Skipper, Alex Armstrong, Bill Toney, H. S. Wilson, William Tien k n, ”oward Littleton, S. H. Lang, ■ Mack Daniels, Dick Murray and 1 William Burriss. * * * GARLAND WOMAN’S CLUB TO SPONSOR PROGRAM THURSDAY The Womans club, of Garland, will sponsor the local Cape Fear Entertainers in a variety show at the Garland High school, Thursday night at 8:15 o’clock. The local group will present Char lie Taylor as master of ceremonies and ventriloquist, Hazel Hardison, vocal selections, Fred Thompson, vo cal and blackface acts, Hayworth Johnson and Marsden Priest, black face and dance routines, and Vera Miller at the piano. In view of the present world crisis several patriotic numbers and acts have been arranged for the occa sion. The Cape Fear Entertainers have presented this same attraction in other nearby towns and expect to visit several more in the near future. * * * SIGMA GAMMA FRAT HOLDS WEEKLY MEET The weekly meeting of the Sigma Gamma fraternity was held Wednes day night at the fraternity’s room in the Southern building. After discussing many minor busi ness functions pertaining to the fraternity, the meeting reached a climax with a general discussion and tire furthering of plans for a joint meeting with one of the other three fraternities. Bridegroom Ts Lon Of V* . . Mrs. 0. A. Wallace Of ^ ander, This City The following announcer*. laneubeen issued in the dh 5 ! vill be read with much m lari They read: mter^: Mrs. Norman Mills Lvn* announces the marriage daughter r Mildred Eugenie to tlr Oliver Arrington Wallace , >n Saturday, the eighteenth of V" Nineteen hundred and forty*"' TRINITY METHODIST AUXILIARY TO HOLD JUNE CIRCLE MEETS The June circle meetings of tv. Romans Missionary auxiliary . rnnity Methodist church « L teld on Monday, June 3 as C ows: 1— Mrs. Love Davis, Harbor i< .and, at 10:30 a. m. 2— Mrs. E. R. Wells, 1727 Oran-t street, with Mrs. J. H. Womb, ioint hostess, at 4 o’clock 3— -Mrs. Enfield, Bradley; -reek, at 4 o’clock. 4. Mrs. R. R. Futrell. apart nent 4, 6 North Fifth street, Mo* lay afternoon at 4 o'clock’ 5— Mrs. T. E. Cox, 2012 Creeci ivenue, at 8 p. m. 6— Mrs. Arden Hickman, p* Drange street, at 8 p. m. 7— Mrs. Colon Kerr, 808 Market street, with Mrs. L. E. Williams rostess at 8 p. m. • * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brew, ; heland, announce the birth of a son, William Herbert Brew, m May 29. Mrs. Brew is the form' ;r Etta Lula Justice, of this city. J111111111111!! 11 III I ntiTiTi 71 iulm mTTTiT F WAHL'S ti\ ASHIOHLAN \)\ E Smart fashions ■ E At Economy Prices = 214 N. Front St. : i’lnmiiiiisimininiiimiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii? ■ ■.umw.. .IJIIIHilk La Mode deluxe Shop EXPANSION SALE | STARTING MONDAY Thanks io increased patronage—we have outgrown oar space. We must clear the floor to make room for the car penters, electricians, and plumbers. Therefore we have in cluded our entire stock of finer, nationally advertised frocks consisting of all new Summer silks and cottons in sheers and washables. AT CLEARANCE PRICES ENTIRE STOCK IN GROUPS DRESSES Regular tf»Q OF $5.00 .«PJ,OJ Regular d»F QF $7.95 .»pD.OD Regular ^*7 OF $10.00 .«Pi 00 Regular (MO CC $19.95 . Sr.$14.85 DRESSES t .$4.85 Slar.$6-85 Kar.$8-85 Regular <j*Q flj $14.95 .U Xr.$10-85 ---- Alterations Without Charge Every garment marked in plain figures, original P*k23 sales price shown La Mode deluxe "WILMINGTON'S NEWEST AND FINES! Phnne 323 Former Wilmington Resident Mrs. Edward Browne Juliber, the former Miss Lina Porter Cromwell, daughter of Mrs. W. E. Cromwell and the late William Edward Cromwell, and granddaughter of the late Rev. J. J. Porter, former Wilmington pastor. Mr. Juliber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Juliber, of New York city, field secretary of the N. C. Oil Jobbers’ association in Raleigh. The marriage took place on May 30, at the home of the bride’s mother in Greensboro. The couple will make their home in Greensboro. BLEACHS Lighter, Fairer IN A FEW SHORT DAYS SALLY ANN BREAD IS GOOD BREAD ASK YOUR GROCER DAMP WASH J 4e . . . lb. PHONE 413 SUNSHINE LAUNDRY —DRY CLEANERS— jaagae ■ mm —— j *-4f A n A mazmg VALM Brand-new HHOraodel with newest cabinet styfing, new | FlbURGliAR j i ne** in* ■riation. Also big “Sajra&loy" SUPER FREEZER, with extra space for frozen storage . ... all porcelain food com partment ... full-width easy access shelves . . . 9-point temperature selector ... the thrifty ECONOMIZER mechanism. Small Hnwn Pa vin.-nt_ Come in! Compare! 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