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Several Meets
Are Scheduled
Bv Music Club
Board Session Will Be Held
Thursday Morning Follow
ed By Education Meet
attention of the members
o{ (he Thursday Morning Music
c!Ub is called to the following im
portant notices: The first meeting
of the board will be held at 10:30
o'clock Thursday morning, Octo
, . 3 in the parish i.ouco of St.
lames Episcopal church. Immed
. telv fallowing this, at 11 o’clock,
m’, f educational meeting of the
! ciuh Will be held, under the lead
e,.shjp of Mrs. J. B. Cranmer.
1 Xhc subject matter will be a
study helpful to the understanding
,'J'iiic first program meeting. At
t|ie board meeting on Thursday,
“.it names for proposed member
dip will be accepted and voted
on at the educational meeting, if
a quorum is present. All mem
bers are urged to attend.
The first program meeting will
be held on Thursday, October 10,
at 11 o'clock at St. James’ church.
The program will center around
the Oratorio Music of Handel, and
will be arranged by Mrs. J. B.
Fenley and Miss Agnes Chasten.
As both the district and state
federation meetings will be held
in Wilmington this year, it is hoped
that the club will get off to a good
start with full and interested at
tendance at each meeting. 2
* * *
MRS. SAVAGE AND
.MRS. RUARK FETE
MRS. GUS MORSE, JR.
Mrs. A. Dosher Ruark. Jr., and j
Mrs, George Savage entertained at I
lire heme of Airs. Ruark on Perry ;
avenue Friday evening honoring I
Mrs. Gus Morse, Jr., the former |
Miss Josephine Wolfe, of Southport 1
The dining room table was centered 1
with a bride’s cake and burning j
i tapers in candelabra were used on |
| either side. Bridge was played at
five tables during the evening and I
prizes were awarded to Mrs. George j
Canady. Mrs. Jack Selby and Miss ,
Mae Clane Rich.
Following the game an ice course
was served and the honoree show
ered with miscellaneous gifts.
Guests included Mrs. Gus Morse,
Jr. honoree, Mrs. James Taylor,
JIrs. William Stancil, Mrs. LeRoy
Tienken. Mrs. T. O. Walker, Mrs.
Leon Rich, Mrs. Tom Murrell, Mrs.
Gus Morse, S: Mrs. Tassie Costello,
Mrs. Leon Thomas, Mrs. William
DeCover. M:-. Eva Newton. Mrs.
E. C. McCarley, Sr., Mrs. George
Eland. .Mrs. George Canady, Mrs.
Jack Selby. Mrs. Don Witherspoon,
Miss Eva sue Brown, Miss Kathryn
Morse. Miss Mae Clane Rich, Mrs.
A. D. Ruark. Sr., and Miss Iris New
ton.
COUNCIL SCHOOL
OF INSTRUCTION
IS SLATED TODAY
the X'ew Hanover County Council
' ill conduct a school of instruction
bits afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Isaac Bear school. Council chairmen ■
"HI be the instructors.
All local presidents, historians and
the following committee chairmen
**- requested to be present or have
* representative: Summer-round-up,
rt'.m representatives, magazine, ra
dio, safety. Founder’s Day, hospitali
'A Publicity and membership. All
vice-presidents are invited to the
flats with the presidents.
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Stamp Defiance Chapter, D. A. R.,
Conducts Interesting Meeting
The Stamp Defiance chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo
lution, held its first fall meeting
Friday evening at the Sorosis elute
rooms. Mrs. J. K. Bannerman and
Miss Nancy Long were hostesses
The room was arranged with a
profusion of fall flowers. Mrs. R.
E. Williams opened the meeting
with the D. A. R. ritjial which was
followed by the Pledge of Alle
giance to the Flag and the Ameri
can’s Creed recited in unison by
the members. The National An
:hem was led by George Walker.
The guest speaker was Lieut.
Zfol. William Van Dyke Ochs. His
subject being; ’’The Constitution
and R. O. T. C. and Their Rela
tion to National Defense.”
Mr. Walker sang a group of
American songs, accompanied by
Mrs. Eric Norden.
With Mrs. Bannerman, regent,
presiding the chapter voted to
aold their meetings during the win
ter at the Sorosis club room. Miss
Boykin, Crossnore chairman made
an appeal for clothing the need
aeing so great among the moun
tain people on account of the
aeavy losses due to the flood dur
ing the past summer. A box of 287
pairs of new shoes have been sent
to the school.
The chapter will sponsor a bene
fit card party October 26, at the
fftape Fear Country club.
The regent announced that at the
regular meeting on Oct. 11 the
'Golden Jubilee of the National
Society, D. A. R.” would be cele
orated by a birthday party.
The following resolution was
read by Mrs. C Wayne Spencer:
We as a society go on record as
we celebrate the 50th anniversary
of our national society in a time
of fear, that belief is essential. We
as an organization do reaffirm our
faith in the wisdom of our found
ing fathers, our faith in our coun
try, our form of government, our
duty to mankind, our desire to be
of service, and above all re-affirm
our belief, because of our
birthright, that we are perhaps
more interested in the survival of
the nation than any other organi
zation. We hereby reaffirm our be
lief in the policies of our great or
ganization, and over a period of
many years when it was not popu
lar to believe in adequate national
defense in army, navy and air, de
portation of undesirable aliens,
finger printing of aliens, restric
tion of immigration. These and
many more policies of the Nation
al Society of the American Revo
lution have become laws of the
United States. We hereby reaffirm
our faith in our heritage.
At this meeting the chapter
celebrated the nineteenth anniver
sary of the chapter.
After the program the guests
were served ice cream, individual
cakes with “19” in the D. A. R.
colors and salted nuts.
# * *
SOROSIS SUPPER
MEET POSTPONED
The supper meeting of the North
Carolina Sorosis scheduled for
Thursday evening at 7 o’clock at
the clubhouse has been postponed,
and the first meeting of the year
will be held Thursday afternoon at
4 o’clock. The executive meeting
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
3:30 o’clock.
* * *
Birthday Party
Mrs. A. A. Hobbs and Airs. G. N.
Davis entertained their mother on
her 60th birthday anniversary on
Wednesday, September 25, at. her
home on Castle street. Many useful
gifts were presented the honoree.
Refreshments were served and games
played.
Those attending were Mrs. B. E
Williams, honoree, Mr. Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs.
G. N. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Williams, Mrs. Victoria Justice, Mrs.
Nellie Williams, Airs. Lizzie Herring,
Vlrs. Annie Batson, Airs. Wanda
Lewis, Mrs. Carrie Williams, Mrs.
Nora Hobbs, Airs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.
W. H. Burgess, Mrs. J. R. Hobbs,
Mrs. G. F. Harper, Mrs. Hazel Croom
Miss Lula Woodside, Mrs. Zora
Singleton, Mrs. Sue Hobbs, Miss
Margaret Bertha, Wayne Everett,
Miss Jane Hobbs, Aliss Myrtle Cos
in, Miss Betty Singleton, Miss
jithea Williams, Aaron Hobbs, Al
iert E. Hobbs and Miss Emily Gray.
Mushrooms Are
Popular Item In
Luncheon Plans
BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Service Staff Writer
The party season begins and hos
tesses look for something festive.
Mushrooms belong in the party
menu.
For hors d’oeuvres, try these
pickled canned mushrooms. They
are new, cost very little and are
also “a conversation piece.” They
give your guests something to talk
about.
CANNED PICKLED MUSH
ROOMS
Put one cup mild vinegar (wine
or cider) in a saucepan; add 2 ta
blespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 1
bay leaf, small bag of pickling
spices, and contents of 1 can (8
ounces) sliced mushrooms (both
liquid and mushrooms). Bring to
a boil. Cool.
Serve whole on toothpicks for
canapes, or chopped finely, spread
on plain or toasted rounds of
white, rye, or whole-wheat bread
or salted crackers, and served as
appetizers.
For the first bridge luncheon of
the season serve stuffed mush
rooms. Fresh mushrooms are rea
sonable now and with a little fix
ing you’ll have a magnificent en
tree.
STUFFED MUSHROOMS
(Serves 4)
j. wemy-iour iresn musnrooms,
5 tablespoons finely chopped
bread crumbs, 3 tablespoons
cream, 3 tablespoons butter, 1 egg
yolk (slightly beaten), 1 table
spoon finely chopped fresh pars
ley, 1 teaspoon finely minced
onion.
Peel mushrooms and remove
stems. Scrape stems and chop
well. Mix chopped stems with all
the other ingredients into a moist
stuffing.
If not moist enough, add a little
stock. Arrange mushrooms, stuffed
side up, in shallow glass baking
dish with a little stock. Sprinkle
lightly with buttered bread
crumbs. Bake in hot oven (425 de
grees F.) for about 12 minutes.
Serve witb triangles of hot buttered
toast.
Creamed mushrooms is always
rated as a regal dish. Use heavy
cream, butter, salt and pepper
and nothing else for luxury results.
Peal mushrooms and scrape stems.
Slice. Simmer in hot butter for 10
minutes, then add heavy cream.
Simmer until cream bubbles and
thickens. Season lightly. Serve on
triangles of thin dry toast, pouring
cream over the mushrooms.
TOMORROW’S MENU
BREAKFAST: Applesauce,
fried scrapple, corn bread, cof
fee, milk.
LUNCHEON: Tomato juice,
creamed mushrooms, toast,
grape bowl, tea, milk.
DINNER: Pickled mush
room appetizers, stuffed shoul
der of veal, gravy, mashed po
tatoes, baked squash, lettuce
and green pepper salad, steam
ed orange marmalade pudding,
foamy sauce, coffee, milk. 4
• * *
COLONIAL DAMES
BOARD WILL MEET
The board of managers of the
North Carolina Society of Colonial
Dames of America will hold a meet
ing in the assembly rooms of the
society on Wednesday morning at
10:30 o’clock.
* * *
Marriage Announced
CHADBOURN, Sept. 30. — Mrs.
Lucy Saunders, of Chadbourn an
nounces the marriage of her daugh
ter, Joyce Saunders, to Warren
Ward, of Wilmington and Raleigh,
on September 21, in Marion, S. C.
ADVERT:
Club Clock
The Euphian class of S't.
Andrew's Presbyterian church
will meet Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock at the church.
The Castle Haynes Home
Demonstration club will hold its
regular meeting on Wednesday
evening, October 2. All members
are urged to be present as mat
ters of importance will be dis
cussed.
Because of the interest of
Wilmingtonians in current liter
ature, North Carolina Sorosis
will sponsor a series of five
book reviews to be given by
Babbi M. M. Thurman. The re
views will be given in the Soro
sis clubrooms c North Third
street on the following dates at
8 p. m. October 30, November
21, January 30, February 27,
March 27, and April 24.
A meeting of the Ladies Aux
iliary of the Veterans of For
eign Wars, Post No. 2573, will
be held at 8 o’clock this
morning in the dugout. A
full attendance is urged as
a report on the national en
campment will be made by
Mrs. Ida Bell Wylie.
All officers and chairmen of
committees of the Cornelius
Harnett school P.-T. A. are
asked to meet at the Isaac
Bear school this afternoon to
attend the school of instruc
tion.
The executive board of the
N. C. Sorosis will hold a meet
ing Wednesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at the Sorosis club
house. All members are re
quested to be present.
The Junior Music club will
hold the first meeting of the
year on Saturday morning, Oc
tober 5, at 10 o’clock at St.
James parish house. All mem
bers are urged to attend.
The Forest Hills P.T. A. will
have a benefit bridge party on
Friday afternoon. October 11,
at White's hostess room, at
2:30 o’clock in the afternoon.
All members are asked to make
reservations by calling tele
phone 5398.
Circle One of the Woman’s
Missionary society of tne First
Baptist church will meet this
evening at 8 o’clock with Miss
Jennie Mae Hartsfield, 709
Dock street.
The Alpha Adar sorority will
meet this evening at the home
of Miss Newell Pendleton. All
members are invited to attend.
The W. H. S. class of St. An
drew's Presbyterian church will
meet Wednesday evening at 8
o’clock at the church.
The Woman’s auxiliary of the
Central Labor Union will sponsor
a bingo party at the Union hall,
tonight at 8 o’clock. The public
is invited. A small charge will be
made. *
The Castle Haynes Service club
will hold its regular meeting Fri
day, October 4. All members are
urged to attend as important mat
ters will be discussed. 4
* * *
JAMES WALKER
ALUMNAE TO HOLD
MEET THURSDAY
The James Walker alumnae will
hold their regular meeting Thurs
da yafternoon, October 3, at the
nurses’ home. Dr. Geyerhahn, of
James Walker Memorial hospital,
will speak to the members of Pul
monary Edema. All members are
urged to attend.
SEMENT_
Girls Are Advised To
Build-Up for Relief
Lack of knowledge causes many*
a weak, undernourished girl a lot
of suffering!
Many others, however, know how
the headaches, nervousness, cramp
like pain of functional dysmenorrhea
due to malnutrition are helped by
the proper use of CARDUI.
Some take it a few days before
and during “the time,” to help ease
periodic distress. But CARDUI’S
principal use is to help increase ap
petite; stimulate the flow of gastric
juice; so aid digestion; assist in
building up physical resistance and
thus help reduce periodical distress.
Women have used CARDUI for over
50 years.
ATKINSON SCHOOL
WILL SPONSOR PLAY
ATKINSON", Sept. 30.—A four-act
musical comedy sponsored by the
P.-T. A. will be presented in the
Atkinson High school auditorium
Tuesday night, Oct. 1 at 8:15 o’clock.
Cast of characters will be as fol
lows:
Eli Boggs (owner of Boggs Overall
factory) Jack Gurganious; Carrie
Boggs (wife of Eli) Fannie Wood
ward; Mary Boggs (daughter of Eli
and Carrie) Bernice Fields; Chick
Little (press reporter) Robt. Clay
Pittman; Timothy Anderson (nep
hew of Eli) Robert Brewer; Polly
Temple (Tim’s secretary) Martha
Pittman; Count de Change (fortune
hunting nobleman) Jack Murphy;
Boots La Rue (N. T. model) Dancy
Howes; Miss Whipple (Elis secre
tary) Sarah Griffin.
Others in the play: Chorus by the
first and second grades, choruses by
the hign school girls, a baby popu
larity contest will be held.
A small admission will be charged.
PERSONALS
Friends of Miss Aurelia Bagwell
will regret to learn she is a patient
at James Walker Memorial hospi
tal after undergoing an appendec
tomy. 4
* * •
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Freas and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Collins, of Beth
lehem, Pa., are visiting Miss Annie
M. Herbst at her home on Wrights
ville Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Urich, of
Bethlehem, Pa., are guests of Miss
Annie M. Herbst at Wrightsville
Beach. 4
* * *
Mrs. George L. Donnell has re
turned from West Palm Beach,
Fla., where she has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Vaughan.
* * •
Mrs. Ethel Adams returned to
the city Sunday night after a ten
day’s stay in New York city and
Washington, D. C.
* * *
John James and Keegan Feder
al, of Charlotte, spent the week
end in the city with friends.
* * *
Mrs. Lyle C. Hedman, of Man
assas, Va., will arrive this week
to spend several weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L.
Donnell at their home on Nun
street.
» * *
Robert Northrop has returned to
Charlotte after spending the week
end here with his mother, Mrs.
W. H. Northrop.
« * *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dixon, Misses
Jean Brown, Margaret Dixon, and
Mary Lily Mintz, Peggy Miller.
Liletha Hayes, and M a d e ly n
Marshburn spent the week-end in
Durham. 2
* * *
MRS. J. W. SMITH
FETES COUPLE
Mrs. J. W. Smith was hostess
Friday evening when she enter
tained at a miscellaneous shower
complimenting her son, Elwood
Smith and Miss Marian Auld,
whose wedding is to take place this
week. The couple was presented
with gifts by the hostess, Miss
Auld receiving a miniature cor
sage. Each guest was asked to re
gister in the bride’s book. Miss
Mitchell Sellers was awarded the
prize in the game. Each guest was
given a favor. Prize winners were
Mrs. Eugene Risley, Mrs. George
Rhodes.
The dining room was attractive
ly decorated and the colors of
pink and white were used in the
party decorations. The table was
centered with a tiered bride’s cake
and flanked with pink burning
tapers. The bride-elect was pre
sented with a number of gifts. The
refreshment course carried out the
colors of pink and white.
Those attending were Miss Auld
and Mr. Smith, honor guests, Mrs.
William Auld. Mrs. Stenson Ellis,
Mrs. Grace James, Mrs. Rosnell
Cash, Mrs. Gertrude Harper, Mrs.
R. S. Thorpe, Mrs. Etta Oliphant,
Mrs. E. T. Risley, Mrs. Josie
Morris, Mrs. Thurston Smith, Mrs.
George D. McFadge, Mrs. John
Farrar, Mrs. George Rhodes, Mrs.
Norwood Smith, Mrs. C. L. Rowan,
Mrs. Lewis Wells, Miss Mitchell
Sellers, Miss Virginia McFavden,
Norwood Smith, Thurston Smith,
J. H. Risley, Jonnie Oliphant, Gra
ham Smith, George Risley, Jr.,
Misses Shirley, Silvie Jane, and
Carolyn Ellis, Miss Lillian Smith,
Miss Jere Smith. T. M. Smith, Jr.,
Miss Mildred Auld and Miss Juanil
ta Smith.
* * *
LEGION AUXILIARY
TO MEET TODAY
The regular meeting of the
American Legion auxiliary will be
held this afternoon at 4 o’clock at
the Sorosis clubhouse. All mem
bers and women eligible for mem
bership are urged to attend. 4
NYA Woodworking Shop
Is Opened In Onslow
JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 30. —An
NYA woodworking shop for boys,
sponsored by the Onslow county
board of education, with 20 youths
employed has been opened here.
The boys will enlarge the present
work shop before beginning to re
pair school desks and furniture and
school buildings. Hilton Hadnot is
foreman.
Since August 15, more than 25
white and colored youths have been
sent to NYrA training centers in va
rious parts of the state, according to
Mrs. Mary Lily Blake, supervisor.
Tropical explorers drink tea to
keep cool; Arctic explorers drink
it to keep warm.
SALTER, BAVER WILL
ASSUME DUTIES TODAY
Will Become Director And Associate
Director of North Carolina
Experiment Station
RALEIGH, Sept. 30.—(.T)—R. M.
Salter and L. D. Baver, both ^>f Ohio
State university, will take over their
duties tomorrow as director and as
sociate director, respectively, of the
North Carolina Agricultural Experi
ment station.
Salter succeeds Dr. R. Y. Winter*,
who resigned three years ago- Dr.
I. O. Schaub has been acting di
rector of the station since that time,
in addition to his regular duties as
dean of agriculture and director of
extension.
REMARRY
RENO. Nev., Sept. 30.—OB—Di
vorced a week ago, Hugh Wiley,
magazine writer and Judith Har
rison Wiley, affected a reconcilia
tion and were remarried by Judge
Clark Guild at (parson City, Nev.,
Saturday. 2
r1 .
ANNOUNCEMENT
I wish to announce to my friends and customers !
j that I am now affiliated with the
LaMode DeLuxe Shoo
MRS. ALLIE S. MATHIS
^^
"I FEEL LIKE A
NEW MAN'^..
No one can work when they’re list
less, suffer nagging headaches * or
biliousness. That was my condition
until my druggist pointed out that
constipation probably caused it . . •
and recommended Duffy’s Pills. To
day I feel great! Every time I feel
any symptoms of constipation, I take
two or three Duffy’s Pills for a while,
and their gentle relief soon puts me
back on top of the world.
I FIRST FALL
SALE!
Today and Wednesday
DRESSES
Priced As High As $5.95
Now
ONE GROUP OF
DRESSES
Formerly $2.95
Now S^'49
SPOR - TEE
DRESS SHOP
217 No. Front St.
The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
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