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ts^o CI EL T yrwi f; ...•„•■•■ ■•........-....... .....•.......................... . . ••• ...v... Swart-Yopp Wedding Is Solemnized gt Paul’s Lutheran Church Is Scene Of Lovely Wed ding Recently The -redding of Miss Vivian Yopp ,nd Dirk Swart was solemnized Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock at pauls Lutheran church. The "'Vi Walter B. Freed, pastor ot ,He church officiated, using the ring ceremony. phe chancel of the church was decorated with palms and cybodiuni Icrns in cascade effect. White glad joli fever-few and candles were u^ed on the altar. Floor standards j candles were also used in the chancel. The family pews were marked by white satin. Ihe following program of nup tial music was given by Miss Louise «towell whil the guests assembled aad during' the ceremony, “Sweetest ctorv E'er Told,’’ “Ah, Sweet Mys tery of Life," “Evening Star,” “Lie les'traum,” ‘Because,’ “Oh Perfect jj0V6i ’ and the traditional wedding marches were used as the proces sional and recessional. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Naomi Yopp, as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were yiiss Elizabeth Bell, Miss Mary Fran ces Jlintz, Miss Fannie Pearl Har rison, Miss Melva Peifly, of Schencks rille, Pa. Flower girls were Wan gle;- Sharp and Carolyn Simpson. The attendants dresses were leaven blue and orchid marquiset te fashioned with high necklines and small collars edged with match ing lace. The shirred bodices were made onto gathered skirts trimmed i with rows of lace. The unusually full bishop sleeves were attached to tight lace bands at the wrists. rhey all wore arrangements o£ natural flowers in their hair, and tarried bouquets of delphinum and yellow roses tied with net. Miss Naomi Yopp, sister of the bride, wore an aqua frock made identical as those of the attendants and carried a similar bouquet. The flower girls wore dresses of orchid and blue fashioned along similar lines as those worn by the attendants. They carried leghorn tats trimmed with matching rib bons and scattered rose petals. The bridegroom was attended by Gilbert Postman as best man. Ush ers were Leon Andrews, Jesse Mar shall, Harry Cherry and Nathan Whitfield. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Glenwood Yopp, and wore a lovely gown of white satin. The dress was made with a sweetheart neckline which was edged with seed pearls. The sleeves bad insets of seed pearls and Chan tilly lace at the shoulder line and came to a point over the hands. The panelled skirt also had lace insets and extended into a long train in the back. She wore a beautiful veil of bridal illusion topped with a coronet of seed pearls. Her bouquet was of white roses and lilies of the valley, show ered with lilies and white satin. •Mrs. Yopp, the bride's mother, fore a gown of blue and a corsage Wilmington Graduates At U. N. C. mm-- ***r*mmmmsamm ' ...mil— .. ' Here are ten students from Wilmington who received their diplomas at the University of North Carolina’s 145 commencement in Chapel Hill They are, top row, left to right: Walker McCaig, James W. Perrin, Jr., Charles Johnson Harriss, David R. Murchison, Platt W. Davis. Second row, left to right: John Malcolm Nisbet, Archie Don Fountain, Walter Peter Burkhimer, 0. U. Williamson and Lucile Harriet Miller. of white roses and lilies of the val ley. Mrs. Swart, the bridegroom’s mother, wore pink net and a cor sage of pink roses and lilies of the valley. Immediately following the cere mony a reception was given at the home of the bride for close friends of the couple and members of the bridal party. Later in the evening the couple left for a wedding trip north. The bride changed to a frock of navy blue and w-hite for travelling and wore a corsage of lilies of the valley ahd roses. Mrs. Swart is the daughter of Mrs. W. R. Yopp and the late Mr. Yopp, of this city. Mr. Swart is the son of J. Swart, of this city. Those entertaining in honor of of her engagement were Mrs. the bride since the announcement Marion S. Gainey, Miss Maxye Martin, Mrs. Clara Huffham, Mrs. Philip Schultz, Miss Fannie Pearl Harrison, Miss Eleanor Smith and Mrs. Sam Adams. Upon their return to the city Mr. and Mrs. Swart will be at home at 109 1-2 Keaton avenue, Brook wood. * * * MISS SMITH AND MR. WALKER WILL MARRY ON FRIDAY The marriage of Miss Helen Ma Belle Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred James Smith, to George Luther Walker, Jr., will take place on Friday morning, June 28, at 11 o’clock at the First Baptist church 'in Goldsboro. . Club Clock The Woman’s Missionary auxiliary of Trinity Methodist church will hold an all day Bible study class at the church Thursday, June 27, beginning at 10 a. m. Mrs. F. C. Hale will be the leader assisted by several other members in teaching the book, Exploring the Bible. All women of the church are asked to attend^ and bring a light lunch. The What-So-Ever circle of the King’s daughters will hold the final meeting of the sum mer at the home of Mrs. Ro bert Scott, 9 Oxford street, Wrightsville Beach, on Thurs day afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. All members are invited to at tend. ^ There will be a meeting of the executive committee of the missionary society of Grace Methodist church at the church Monday afternoon at 4 o’clock. The Winter Park Home De monstration club will meet Fri day afternoon at 3 o’clock at the home of Mrs. J. B. Heidt. The Cape Fear Council No. 24, Daughters of America, will hold the regular meeting Mon day night at 8 o’clock at the Junior Order. All members are urged to be present. The Woman’s auxiliary of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church will hold a meeting at the church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock. The Audubon Home Demon stration club will meet Wednes day afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs. R. L. Bostian. The Goldenrod chapter JNo. 142, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting to morrow night at 8:15 o’clock at the Masonic Temple. All mem bers and visiting Eastern Stars are cordially invited to be pres ent. * * * MISS WAY HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY OF LIONS CLUB RECENTLY Miss Katheryne Way entertain ed the Ladies auxiliary of the Lions club at a lovely luncheon at her home on Carolina Beach on Thursday. Bridge was played dur ing the afternoon. Mrs. Edward B. Ward won the high prize. The invited guests w^re: Mrs. Ed ward B. Ward, Mrs. Luther T. Rogers, Mrs. L. D. Latta, Mrs. E. T. Hancock, Mrs. Wyckliffe Twin ing, Mrs. Carl B. Brown, Mrs. M. H. Winstead, of Raleigh, Mrs. Harry D. Griffin, Mrs. H. N. Hay den, Mrs. W. B. Campbell, Mrs. T. J Baird, Mrs. Donald L. Sewell, Mrs Ronald Lane, Mrs. Albert E. Jones, Mrs. O. H. Shoemaker, Mrs. Effie Longley of Savannah, Geor gia, Mrs. Harold E. Russell, Mrs. A McR- Crouch, Mrs. Archibald R. Forbes, and Mrs. W. W. Way. JPERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Jarman and little daughter have arrived to spend several days with Mr. Jar man’s mother at Wrightsville Beach. * * * Dr. and Mrs. A. McR. Crouch have as their guest at their home here Sam McFall, of Greensboro. Mr. McFall recently past the state pharmacy board examination. Dr. Crouch has recently returned from New York where he attended the meeting of the American Medical association and enroute home stop ped over in Philadelphia to at tend the annual class reunion at Jefferson Medical college. » * * Miss Clarice T. Bailey has re turned from Sweet Briar, Va.. where she attended the commence ment exercises at Sweet Briar col lege. Miss Bailey also visited in Washington and Sandy Spring, Md., before returning home. * » » Mrs. H. Bueck and son, H. C., of Murphy, have arrived for an ex tended stay at their cottage at Carolina Beach. Mr. Bueck will join them next week. * * * Miss Marigold Sylvia Darden and Miss Beulah Tompkins have re turned to the city from Loris, S. C., where they attended the wed ding of Mrs. William Ivey Smith. the former Miss Lillian Hamilton of this city. * * * Miss Louise Emerson, Miss An nie Grace Parker and Miss Mary Eleanor Robinson, who have been visiting Miss Nancy Lewis and Miss Rachel Strole in Chadbourn will return to the city today. * * * Mr. and Mrs. S. Huxford will ar rive today from Cincinnati to occupy the Shepard cottage on Charlotte street, Wrightsville Beach. * * * Miss Caroline Holland left yester day for Cincinnati to visit Miss Flor ence Strange. * * * Miss Sally Margaret Johnson, of Winter Park, is visiting her uncle, Fisher Henbley in Columbia, S. C. * * * Dr. and Mrs. Reddin Britt, of St. Augustine, Fla., have returned home after visiting Dr. Britt’s sister, Mrs. Manley Davis. # * * Miss Hazel Woodcock, of Garfield Memorial hospital in Washington is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillian Woodcock at Wrightsville Sound. * & * Friends of Miss Doris Faircloth will regret to learn she is a patient at the James Walker Memorial hos pital. * * * Miss Peggy Hall, who has been spending the past ten months on the west coast as the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. William Fitz BRIDAL COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. James A. McCrarey, Jn, of Florence, S. C., whose marriage took place at St. Paul’s Episcopal church on June 15, at 4:30 o’clock in the afternoon. Mrs. McCrarey is the former Miss Helen Aeribelle Roland, niece of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kelloway. (Photograph by Adams Studio.) hugh Williams and her aunt, Mrs. Donald Craig, in San Francisco, Calif., will arrive the first of the we'ek to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie E. Hall on North 15th street. While in San Francisco, Miss Hall studied painting at the San Francisco Museum of Art. * * * Mrs. George Sloan is spending a few days in Lurnberton with her mother, who is a patient at Baker hospital. * * * Mrs. E. B. Peacock, of Norfolk, Va., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Whitlock at their home on Masonboro Sound. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brady, of Savannah, Ga., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. King, Sr. * * * Miss Alma Qirstein, of Asheville, is the guest of Miss Catherine Stanton at her home in Audubon. * * * Miss Cora Jane MacMillan, who has been visiting friends in Golds boro, arrived Friday and is the guest of her uncle, Louis O. Fon vielle in Forest Hills. * * * Miss Edna Horne is a patient at the James Walker Memorial hospital following an appendect omy. « * * Mrs. D. J. Black and children, Cecelia and Jackie, have returned from Washington, D. C. * * * Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber, who have been visiting in Washington, D. C., have returned home. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Mrs. D. K. Wyard and little daughter, Virginia. * * * Mrs. Roberta Sterling Hardin and son, Eugene Hardin moved yesterday to their new cottage on the northern extension at Wrights ville Beace. * * * Miss Lena McKee has returned to Clarkton after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Gooden at her home on Grace street. * * * Miss Loretta Reaves arrived this week to spend the summer with Miss Marguerite Norris on the Market Street road. * * * Friends of J. H. Gooden will be interested to learn that he is get ting along nicely following an oper ation at the James Walker Me morial hospital on Tuesday. 3 * * * Dr. Samuel E. Warshauer has re turned to the city after taking post graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania. * * * Homer Lyon Clark, of Norfolk, Va., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clark for two weeks. * * * Mrs. Robert S. Hall left Thursday afternoon for San Diego, California, where she will spend the summer with her brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McClammy, Jr. OLD SHIRT BOOSTER HOUSTON, Tex. —(J1)—Tom Bay lor, assistant zoo keeper at Her mann Park, has an old shirt to thank for his life. A cow buffalo, believing he intended to harm her new-born calf, charged Baylor as he entered her pen. Her horn caught in his old shirt, but Bay lor broke away and got behind a tree. Had he been wearing a strong new shirt,, Baylor thinks, the inci dent might have ended differently. Mattie Smith ] Is Honored At The approaching marriage of t Miss Mattie Larkins Smith, of Wil- * mington, to James L. MacBride, of Laurel, Mississippi, was announc- I ed on Thursday night by Mrs. John i D. Larkins, Jr., and Miss Eliza- - beth Larkins at a supper at their i cottage on Carolina Beach. The wedding will take place in * August. The honoree received a piece of - lingerie for the trousseau. Those present were:: the guest of honor, Mrs. G. B. Smith, mother of the bride-to-be, Mmes. Mike Hall, Bob Bennett, Eben Lewis. J. D. Larkins, Sr., Misses Catherine Davis, Virginia Highsmith, Mary Frances and Virginia Nesbitt, Dor othy Marshburn, -Mattie Earp and Hester Donnelly. * * * MISS EVELYN GILBERT HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Evelyn Gilbert, bride-elect of this month, was honored Thurs day evening when Miss Helen Smith entertained at a crystal shower at her home on Nun Street. The honoree received many gifts in her chosen pattern of crystal. Games were enjoyed throughout the evening after which delicious refreshments were servd. Gusts included: Miss Gilbert, honoree, Miss Frances Rivenbark, Miss Jukie Coleman, Miss Dolores Willis, Miss France Coughneour, Miss Catherine Costello, Miss Aud rey Smith, Miss Mary Todd, Miss Elizabeth Gilbert, Miss Dorothy McEween, Miss Anne Loper, Mrs. Dosher Ruark, Mrs. H. E. Boyd. Mrs. C. C. Holmes and Mrs. V. M. Gilbert. 3 * * * Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Tompkins an nounce the birth of a daughter, Bet ty Anne, June 10, at the Marion Sprunt annex. VRIGHTSBORO HOME :lub holds meet The monthly meeting of the Vrightsboro Home Demonstration lub was held at the clubhouse 'uesday afternoon. Mrs. Seitter ave a splendid report on the dis rict federation meeting held in iurgaw recently. Project leader reporting wae Irs. C. F. Seitter, Sr., who re orted on food and nutrition. Miss Iason, home agent, spoke on First Lid and Home Safety. It was announced that the meet* ng of the county council will be ield on July 3, instead of July 8. 'ourteen members were present. _ * ■ — Specials FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY DRESSES One group, values to $14.95 *4.95 ' ONE GROUP WASHABLE, $2.98 SLACK SUITS $1.00 I I // Jill ia Front and Grace Sts. Beulah Meier DRESS SHOPPE . BEACH TOGS | MURCHISON BLDG. Front and Chestnut Sts. 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