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I 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. iiliipi ^^'MjBilli Saturday Hours 1J DIAL 3311 \;W™ MW iiS^HlII S A. M. to 3 P. M. m dial 3311 It S$K* -^mi ^!iflMiSiii^^HP!^^::::$S$:« $iii ^ ItiSiiiBSii^^^^^ii^Si^iSfesW^iwSiSs^i^iS*:^^^^*:;.^..-...:.x5::::;S:::;:!;:::^,-:x:-.....¥;:.'S:-:-?-.'^::i. ..%. ............ . ,.v. ...... . Miss Ahrens Honored With Lovely Party j,[rS- Avon Divine Is Hostess At Shower, Bridge, For Bride-Elect jjiss Gladys Ahrens, whose wedding to Joe Clendenin wiU take place on Wednesday, Septem ber 18, was honored at a lovely bridge party and shower on Thursday evening when Mrs; Avon Divine entertained at her home. Bridge was played progressive ly and prize winners were: Miss Ahrens, high scorer, and Mrs. Betram Quelch, low scorer and winner of the traveling prize. At the conclusion of the game a dainty ice course was served, carrying out a color motif of yel low and white. Miss Ahrens was presented a gift of linen by the hostess and thovered with crystal in her chosen pattern by the guests. " Guests included: Miss Ahrens, honoree, Mrs. A. G. Ahrens, Mrs. Howard Tucker, of Monroe, Miss Sara Bradshaw, Miss Vivian Heirs, Miss Elizabeth Hancock, Mrs. W. A. Corbett, Jr., Mrs. A. B. Love, Jr., Miss Gerda Quelch, Miss Dorothy Forbes, Miss Hazel Kimrey. Miss J. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. j, H. LeGuin, Mrs. C. L. Efird, Mrs, W. L. Fisher, Mrs. G. L. Clendenin, Miss Edna Woody, Mrs. Elwood McFayden, Mrs. Leon Futrelle, Mrs. Betram Quech, and Mrs. J. D. McCarley. * * * HARRY CATHEY IS CROWNED QUEEN OF ASHEVILLE BABIES Climaxing the Better Baby con ference sponsored for the past few weeks by the Asheville Woman’s dub, Harry Cathey, eight-months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cathey, Jr. was recently crowned king of Asheville babyland. Sharing honors with him as queen was Shirley Dockery. The small sovereign, whose mother is the former Miss Azile Hall of Wilmington, and whose great-grandfather was the late W. D. Hall of this city, was awarded n~-===== a large gold trophy. The selection was based on friendship, health and beauty ratings. Young Harry visits the city fre quently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cathey, Jr., and ac cording to his mother “stuck his toes in the ocean for the first time at Wrightsville Beach when he was five months old.” MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Women’s Missionary society of St. Paul’s Lutheran church will meet Monday at 4 p. m. Mrs. J. B. Funderburk will lead devotions on the toic, “Our Church Tomor row.” Both members and visitors are welcome. 1 - ==Tl Siva Tlatahe (JTobbs Whose engagement is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hobbs, of Ltimberton, to William Dur ham Linkhaw, son of Mrs. W .L. Linkhaw, of Lumberton. The wedding will take place in the fall. DOROTHY HERRING, JOSEPH WESTBROOK MARRY IN BURGAW BURGAW Sept. 7.—In an im pressive ceremony characterized by dignity and unusual beauty Miss Dorothy Herring, of Burgaw, and Joseph Franklin Westbrook, of Newton Grove, and Raleigh, were united in marriage, Saturday af ternoon, August 31, at 5 o’clock at the home of the bride. The Rev. W. F. Walters, pastor of the bride, officiated using the impressive ring ceremony of the Methodist church. The vows were spoken before an improvised altar in the hall. The arch, over the wedding scene, was entwined with southern smi lax and white dementis. Ferns and pines, and smilax were banked against a white background. At either side of the altar, burning cathedral tapers were arranged in tall candelabra, the soft light add ing to the beauty of the scene. The hall and reception room were dec orated with arrangements of white asters and dahlias. as tpe guesis assemDiea miss Margaret Lee Betts, pianist, of Burgaw, played "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice” by Saint-Saens, and "Serenade” by Schubert. Mrs. Mil ton Humphrey, soloist, of Bur gaw, sang, “Ah Sweet Mystery of Life” <$y Herbert, and "Until” by Techasmacher .The bridal chorus from “Lohengrin” was used as the processional, and Mendelssohn’s wedding march as the recessional. During the ceremony, "To A Wild Rose” by MacDowell was softly played. The bride was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her brother William D. Herring, of Pulaski, Birginia. She wore a tra veling ensemble consisting of a beige wool dress, with a matching full length coat of brown rabbit's wool. Her hat was of matching brown felt, fashioned off the face with beige trim. Her acces sories were brown suede, and she wore a double corsage of talisman roses tied with satin ribbon. Mrs. Woody S. Croom, of Bur gaw, attended her sister as mat ron of honor. Her dress was of gold wool .The dress 'featured a high neckline, with bracelet length sleeves, with which she wore a gold necklace. Her hat was black vel vet, fashioned off the face, trim med with a gold ornament. She Wore a corsage of yellow roses and purple asters, 1 -, Woody S. Croom, of Burgaw, attended the bridegroom as best man. Mrs. Nettie Herring, mother of the bride, wore a dress of white crepe, trimme’d with navy. Her flowers were a corsage of pink roses. , Mrs. Westbrook is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Nettie Herring and the late W. D. Herring of Burgaw. For the past four years she has held a position with tne Pender theatre in Burgaw. The bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Westbrook, of Newton Grove. He attended State college in Raleigh. At the present time he is connect ed with the Singer Sewing Machine company in Raleigh. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal couple left for a wed ding trip to Virginia Beach. After September 10 .they will be at home in Raleigh. T. E. L. CLASS WILL GATHER ON TUESDAY The T. E. L. class of Calvary Baptist church will hold its month ly meeting Tuesday night at the church in the T. E. L. class room. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Futrelle will act as joint hostess. All members are requested to be present. 1 * * * CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of St. Andrews Presby terian church will meet as fol lows during the week: Circle No. 1, Mrs. J. L. White, chairman, will meet with the chairman, 712 Orange street, Wednesday at 3:30 p. m.; Circle No. 2, Mrs. J. L. Fulbright, chairman, will meet at the home of Mrs. R. H. Vann in Sunset Park at 4 o’clock Wednes day afternoon; Circle No. 3, Mrs. C. B. Case, chairman, will meet at the home of Mrs. J. K. Banner man in Brookwood at 4 o’clock Wednesday; Circle No. 4, Mrs. F. P. Huhn, chairman, will meet with Mrs. D. O. Ormsby on South 4th street Wednesday at 3:30 and Cir cle No. 5, Mrs. C. H. Storey, chair man, will meet with Mrs. W. Nurn berger, 19th and Church streets, Tuesday at 8 p. m. * * * CIRCLE MEETINGS The W. M. U. circles of South Side Baptist church will meet Tues day evening at 3:30 as follows: No. ,1—Mrs. E. L. Avery, leader, will meet with Mrs. Wood, 2111 Barnett avenue. No. 2—Mrs. Dan. Mintz, leader, will meet at the church in the Fidelis class room. No. 3—Mrs. F. W. Copeland, the leader, will meet with Mrs. Walk er, Summer Hill at 3 o’clock. No. 4—Mrs. J. G. Brinson, lead er, with Mrs. T. L. Jenkins, 81 South Fifth stret. * * * BIBLE CLASS TO MEET Epworth Bible class of Fifth Av enue Methodist church will meet all day Tuesday with Mrs. J* E. Evans at Wrightsville Beach. Southport Mrs. G.us Morse,. Jr., who before her marriage on September 3, at Conway, S. C., was Miss'Josephine Wolfe, of Southport, daughter of Mrs. Eva C. Wolfe, of Southport. SALEMBURG CLUB IS ENTERTAINED SALEMBURG, Sept. 7.—Miss Ina Warren and Mrs. F. W. White were hostesses to members of the Twentieth Century Book club on Thursday evening from 8 to 10:30 o’clock at the home of Miss War ren. ’ ;i •" : - The living room was attractive ly decorated with colorful fall flowers. Tallies were passed by the hostesses and games were played at three tables. After seve ral progressions, scores were ad ded and Mrs. J. P. Turlington hold ing high score received a novelty vase, Floating prize, a novely gift, went to Mrs. G. R. White. Miss Wixie Parker of Durham was re * membered with linen handker chiefs. The hostesses served banana splits, iced drinks and assorted “cocktail snax” during the games. Miss Wixie Parker, house guest of Misses Lucy and Annie Mae Crumpler,. and Miss Naomi Owens were, guests of the club. * * * CHURCH PROGRAM A program, “Scenes from Merm ory’s Book of Life,” will be pre^ sented Tuesday, September 10, ,a1 8 p.m., in the Hut of Immanue' Presbyterian church. A small ad mission ■ wil be charged. Immedi ately following the program a lawr party wW.be held on the lawn ir front of the Hut and refreshment: will be on sale. MRS. CASTEIJN HONORS DA¥GHTER ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. W. A. Casteeri entertained at a delightful party Friday night at her home on Summer Hill, hon oring her daughter, Annie Pearl, on the occasion of fcer fourteenth birthday. Games were enjoyed and delicious refreshments were ser ved. Those attending were: Miss Anni Pearl Williams, honoree Lillie Mae Clark, Edna Earl Clark, Ann Dorsett, Meta Michaelis, Joy ce Fowler, Kathleen Taylor, Lois O’Sullivan, Lois West, Pearl Rack ley, and Julia Davis and Ernest Croom, J. C. Rogers, Dan Pridgen, Bill Watson, Harper O'Sullivan, Lyman Taylor, Jimmie Shepard, George Shephard, Raymond Smith, E. N. Williams, Henry Michaelis, Fred Michaelis, Randall Dykes, and Marion Rogers, and Mrs. Win ifred Woolard, Mrs. Juanita Ro berts, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Will iams, Mr. and Mrs. H. O’Sullivan, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Casteen. * * * f ANNOUNCE BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bell an nounce the birth of a son, George Vaiden, August 27, at their home on the Wilmington-Clinton road. WILLIAM ULMER IS HONORED AT STAG DINNER John H. Ulmer was host honor ing William Ulmer at a stag din ner party in the private dining room of the Crystal restruant Thursday evening. Guests were: William Ulmer, honor guest, Mack Johnson, Ray H. Bridges, Carl Hudson, Noah Kacur, Lewis P. Hall, H. Lewis Darden, Jimmy King, Comma Lowe Davis, and R. H. Davis. • » • LAWN PARTY There will be a lawn party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Kamer in Brookwood, Friday, Sep tember 13, at 8:15 p.m. The public is cordially invited. Lovely prizes will be given for the games and refreshments served. A small ad mission will be charged for the benefit of the new Parish House fund of St. Paul's Lutheran church. THE KINDERGARTEN Primary School Opening Mon., Sept. 9th For Information Dial 6495 Gymonette Ensembles Exclusive In Wilmington With Slier - Lynn Classic “Occasion” suite with opulent dyed-blue fox ripple collar (Patented). Mossy wool Jacket, crepe lined and inter lined, has its own dress richly encrusted with softly femin ine appliques. ! SSS *69-95 Matching Fabric-and-Fur Hats and Fur Muffs ... designed exclusively for Cymo nette ensemble . . . Also available. Know Whai and from Whom Yon Buy Sher-Lynn THE EMBLEM OF STERLING QUALITY For Correctly Styled Fall Footwear Visit Cinderella Booterie as shown in Vogue Sher-Lynn Shoppe Orton Hotel Bldg. Air-Conditioned Announcement! TYlrs. Ylan PC. 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