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^ 9 io 1 — 3 to 6 if jrv Lime Frost for Hot Weather Thirst-Quencher . MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX Service Staff Writer The nutritionists say that every needs at least three eggs f ld“l children more. Hot weathei ',ail tinkling glass of fruit bev s!! , and the markets say to is Friday and there wil. sor Vfish on hand. Let’s do ^Jthing about all this, do it with s# p to 'he economy of making *5 recipe earn its keep in vita ' Vand minerals and protein. high glass of pineapple lime fist tastes good and dances with I,, being a delicious Hawai fcooler with multiple value. Here’s to your health! pineapple lime frost opp egg white. 2 teaspoons fred sugar. 1 tablespoon :„;fe 1 cup unsweetened l,me dle i'uice. cracked ice. CePa large clean mason jar or ™ katil shaker. Drop in the white an egg. sugar and lime juice. 1 well. Then add pineapple S L rover shaker and shake ^ously until frothy. Pour over c in tall glass. Serve at once. The egg yolk from that Ha Jan cooler belongs in Friday’s icture Here’s another recipe with multiple nutrient value. FILLET WITH CUCUMBER SAUCE (Serves 4 to 61 Six fillets of white fish, 1 cup whole milk, 1 small piece garlic, 'teaspoons chopped parsley, 1 tea spoon chopped celery, salt pepper, paprika, 2 tablespoons salad oil. Sprinkle fillets with salt, pepper ,nd -'aprika. In shallow bowl, place nilk garlic, parsley and celery, ’lace fillets in milk mixture and itand 3 hours. Drain and roll in lour. Fry in salad oil until deli lately browned. Serve at once with the cucumber sauce. SAUCE One large cucumber. 1 1-2 tea spoons French mustard, 1 table spoon lemon juice. 1 egg yolk, beaten, ralt, pepper and dash of i erne. Peel and grate cucumber. Mix mustard and lemon juice. Add to beaten egg yolk. Combine all in gredients. Chill before serving with piping hot fish. TOMORROW’S MENU BREAKFAST: Sliced peach es, dry cereal, toast, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Tomato and cheese toasted sandwiches, sliced bananas, cookies, tea, milk. DINNER: Fillets with cu cumber sauce, parsley pota toes, green peas, molded grape salad, iced water melon, coffee milk. 4 BRIDGE TEA SLATED AT COUNTRY CLUB FRIDAY AFTERNOON The weekly Friday afternoon bridge tea will be given at the annex of the Cape Fear Country club this week for the members and invited guests. Tables may be secured for this party by calling the club secretary telephone, 7629. before 6 o’clock tonight. 3 There are no vitamins in the razz berry but often there is a strong I physical reaction. __ PERSONALS Mrs. Forrest Groom and daugh ters, Misses Leah and Norma, left last night for a ten-day trip to New York and Boston. * * * Miss Beverly Davis has as her guest at her home on South Fifth street, Miss Mary Kellam Garri son, of Raleigh. * * * Miss Barbara Johnston has left for Washington, D. C., and Balti more, to spend two weeks. * * * Mrs. Sam Katzoff and daughter, Hannah Myra, and Mrs. Charles Goldstien are spending some time at Carolina Beach. 3 * * * Mr. and Mrs. D. Vaughan Allen have as their , guests, Gilbert Briggs, and Jack Talman, of Ashe ville. 3 * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Weaver, of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. H. R. Weaver and children, Thomas and Barry, of New Orleans, are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Weaver at their home, on South Fourth street. T. W. Weaver spent a short while here with his family before going to New York. Sorority Meeting The regular meeting of the Alpha Rho sorority was held recently at the home of Miss Gwendolyn Sid bury. The meeting was called to order and the minutes of the last meeting approved. After the busi ness session, Bunko was played. Prize winners were Misses Fran ces Wettig, Lucy Cumber, Betty Hewlett and Jeannette Wettig. An ice course was served. 4 Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Kram er, of Wallace, announce the birth of a daughter, Janice Maxine, at the Marion Sprunt annex, Aug. 2. i-1 Wrightsville Arrivals CAROLINA - TEMPLE — Among those stopping at the Carolina and Temple cottage at Wrightsville Beach are: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thorn ton, Miss Carolyn Thornton of Char lotte ; Mr. and Mrs. Hunicutt, Hazel Hunicutt, Charlotte; W- C. Mathis and son, of Rockingham; Mrs. Evelyn Coward, of Cullowhee; 'Miss Rachael Coward of Shelby; Miss Mar garet Coward, of Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brown, of Lake Worth, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jordan, of Hamlet; Miss Ann Ellis of Hamlet; Misses Anne and Margaret Smith, of Smithfield; Harry Hill of Greensboro; Miss Mary Hasty, of Greensboro; J. B. Mclver, of Long Island, N. Y„ and Steve Mclver, of New York; Kilford Neely and Thorne Johnson, of Hamlet; Charles Scott and Dick Cosby, of Hamlet; Miss Edna Goodwin, of Edenton; and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lowery, of Dur ham # British Model | > One of the smart models British fashion folks are sending to Amer ica is this lounge suit, designed by Norman Hartnell, dressmaker to , Queen Elizabeth. The long, divided skirt and hip-length jacket are in ‘ gray and pink-striped worsted flannel. Club Clock Jffrs. S. D. Collins and Mrs. Walter Horne will sponsor a supper on Friday night at the South Wilmington clubhouse from 6 until 8 o’clock. All funds raised will go towards the club house. Reservations may be made by calling 4006 not later than tonight. The regular meeting of Rebe kah Degree will be held this evening at 8 o’clock. All of the officers installed for the new term are requested to be at the hall at 7:30 for rehearsal. Visit ors in the city who are members of the degree are invited to at tend the meeting. Members are urged to be present. The 8 O’clock club will meet tonight at the home of Arthur Xanthos, 403 South Sixth street. All members are urged to at tend. 3 ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH TO CONDUCT VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL HERE The Rev. J. Leon Malone, rectoi of St. Andrew’s Episcopal church Wrightsville Sound, announced yes terday that a vacation church school will be held in that church nexl week. The school will open Monday, and daily sessions will be held from i to 11 a. m. through Friday. Miss Elizabeth MacMurray, work er in the Inland Waterway Mission at Calabash, and Miss Jettie Odell, worker in the Tar Landing Mission in Onslow county, will assist a lo cal staff with the teaching. The curriculum will include classes in Bible, Prayer Book, p r sonal religion, Church music, hand work and games. The work is plan ned especially for children four years old and up. All children are cordially invited. The school will open Monday morning at 8 o'clock, and certificates will be given for prompt and perfect attendance. Bladenboro BLADENBORO, Aug. 7.—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buie, of Martinsville, Va., spent several days last week with her mother and sister, Mrs. Lizzie Hester and Miss Vada Hester. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Buie, Tom mie, Jr., ig spending the summer here with his grandmother. —Miss Hilda Smith, of Goldsboro, is house guest of Mr- and Mrs. R. B. Smith at Carolina Beach and in Bladenboro this week. —Miss Margaret Dunn and Mrs. Emmett Stone, of High Point, spent a couple of days with their cousin, Miss Elizabeth Dunn last week, going home on Sunday af ternoon. —Mrs. Charlie Iceman, of Monroe, is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Ms. L. C. Bridger this Week. Mrs. Bridger w’ent up to Monroe last Friday and accompanied her son, Levie, Jr., and Mrs. Iceman here on Monday mm. c. id. irate, or i-.umueri.un, was guest of her sister, Mrs. R. C. Bridger the past week-end. Mrs. Bridger and Mrs. Pate visited rela tives in Rosehill on Sunday after noon. —John Wesley Wilson, of Rockingham, is visiting relatives in town for several days. He is a brother of W. G. Wilson, Mrs. J. P. Freeman. —Mrs. E. B. Dunn was guest of Mrs. D. H. Bridger and Dr. Bridger for several days at Wrights ville Beach last week. —Miss Eliza beth Graham spent the week-end with her parents in McColl, S. C., and a sister and family in Laurinburg.— Misses Jewel and Bettie Hilburn, daughters of Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Hilburn, of Plant City, Florida, re turned to their home on Monday af ter a visit to relatives in and near Bladenboro. They were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hilburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hilburn and of Mrs. Hilburn, rela tives, Mr. and Mrs. Georger and Sam Hester near town. Mrs. Hilburn is still in the county where she is visiting relatives before returning to Florida. —Mr. and Mrs. Yates Spake and son, and Miss Grace Butler re turned Sunday to their home in Mor ganton after a ten days stay with relatives here and at Myrtle Beach. They were accompanied home by Master Clarence Butler, Jr., who will make them a visit. —Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hunt and daughter, Jackie of Miami, Florida, spent last Friday night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hilburn- Mrs. Hunt is a sister in-law of Mrs. Jack Darden of Mt. Olive, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn here last week. —Misses Elizabeth and Deborah Hil burn, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Hilburn, returned to Lumberton Sun You ‘Took To’ Her Right Off —Because She Was Like This ni null MOiLETT Study the woman you met the other da,y, talked with for half an hour and decided you must see again—soon. You’ll learn many of the things that make a person likeable just from studying one person you “took to” on short acquaintance. First of all, she really seemed interested in what you had to say. You could see it in her face. It was serious, though intent, when you were saying something serious. And she smiled appreciatively when you said something you hop ed sounded either funny or clever. CONVERSATION, NOT MONOLOGUE But she didn’t leave all the con versation to you. She talked enough so that you didn’t feel embarrassed later for fear you had hogged the spotlight, and made a bore of your self. The things she had to say made sense—and you were honest ly interested in her ideas. She didn’t seem a bit cold or standoffish. You felt that she was the kind of person who became very fond of her friends, a person of understanding and sympathy. Not once did she make any really catty or malicious remarks about anyone—though she did tell an amusing andecdote or two that showed she doesn’t miss a trick when it comes to seeing the ab surdities in human nature. ; SEEMED GLAD TO MEET YOU She acted glad of the chance to talk to you, as though it was a piece of real luck. She didn’t drag in the names of important people in order to “place” herself and impress you. She seemed content to be just her self and to give you credit for want ing to know her, and not her pedi gree. No wonder you made up your mind to see her again soon. In no time at all she’ll be one of your good friends. 4 Customs Receipts Show Decrease During July Customs receipts for the North Carolina district during July totaled $877,801.15, a decline of $18,741 when compared with the record of $896, 542.15 for the corresponding month last year, the office of John Fright Hill, collector of customs, reported yesterday. The July total included receipts for the Wilmington headquarters port, and sub-ports at Winston-Sal em, Durham, Gastonia and Reids ville. The office attributed the slight decrease to general war conditions and the curtailment of such ship ments as cigarette paper from Prance, tobacco from Turkey, and cotton from Egypt. Police Recover Goods Stolen At Drugstore Bolice Chief Joseph C. Rourk yes terday reported the recovery of goods stolen during the week-end break-in and robbery of Jarman’s Pharmacy, 16th and Market streets. The goods, including about 50 car tons of cigarettes and a quantity of candy, were recovered yesterday by officers underneath some old auto mobile bodies in the woods in the Winter Park section, Police, Police Chief Rourk said. numbing Examiners To Meet In Raleigh The state board of examiners and plumbing and heating contractors will meet in regular session at Ra leigh, on August 27, 28, and 29, for the purpose of examining appli cants for license. A full series of examinations will be given at State college covering plumbing, heating and comfort cooling. W. F. Morrison, executive secre tary, said a large number of appli cants are expected. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williamson announce the birth of a son, Donald Kent, on July 27th at the Marion Sprunt annex. Birtli Announced Mr. and Mrs. O. E. DuRant, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Lynda, on August 7, at the Marion Sprunt annex. day after a week’s vacation spent with their parents to take up their work as student nurses at Thomp son’s hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Hasbrouck are spending this week at their cot tage at Fort Fisher beach. Weed Market Quota Cards Are Prepared The office of R. W. Galphin, coun ty farm agent, has begun the prep aration of tobacco marketing quota cards for 24 weed growers in the county who are complying with pro visions of the AAA programs. The cards are expected to be com pleted and distributed shortly before the opening of the border belt weed markets August 20. Cards are issued only to those farmers in the county who grow weed and are complying with the soil conservation setup. Mother, watch your baby carefully for signg of un usual fretfulness, belching and the spitting up of food. Often they come about as a re sult of temporary constipation. Here TEETHINA can be relied upon as a mild and efficient laxative, as so many mothers will tell you. And, mother, when baby is suffer ing with a cold, it is most important that he have good bowel movements because consti pation greatly aggravates and increases the discomforts of such condition. TEETHINA may be purchased at any drug store for 30c the box of one dozen powders. Give TEETHINA according to the directions in each package. TEETHINA. TODAY ONLY ^sherlqck" McCarthy*. 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