I The North Carolina Sorosis will
^tertain at the first bridge tourna
ment of the season on Tuesday af
ternoon at the clubhouse on North
Third street. The game wijl begin at
Attractive prizes will be presented
to the high scorers of the afternoon
and refreshments will be served. All
players are asked to bring their
Mrs. Eugene Philyaw and Mrs.
George Leftwich will have charge of
the refreshments, Mrs. Fleet Wil
liams the decorations and Mrs. H.
T Newland is general chairman.
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! wedding is
! in a ceremony of beautiful
simplicity Miss Allean Powell and
James A. King were united in
marriage on Tuesday afternoon,
October 15, at 5 o’cloc’: at the
Church of the Covenant. Dr. J. H.
Whitmore, pastor «f the church
The church was decorated foi
the occasion- with white chrysan
themums, palms and candelabra
holding buring tapers.
A program of nuptial music wai
given by Miss Frances Hayes, or
ganist, and vocal selections Ijj
Miss Elizabeth Bate. The followin*
numbers were rendered “Ah Swee
Mystery of Life” (Herbert), orgar
solo; “Oh Promise Me” (Koven)
vocal solo; “Traumerei” (Schu
mann), organ solo; “I Love Yot
Truly” (Bond) vocal solo; “O Thoi
Sublime Sweet Evening Star,”
(Wagner), orfcan solo; the bridal
chorus from Lohengrin by Wag
ner and Mendelssohn's wedding
The bride and bridegroom enter
ed the church together. The bride
was attired in a soldier blue dress
with bracelet length sleeves and a
high neckline. She wore a smal
hat with shoulder length veil anc
black accessories. Her corsage
was of white bride’s roses anc
Ushers were James Craig anc
Mrs. King is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Powell, of this
city. Mr. King is the son of Mr
and Mrs. A. M. King also of this
city. Immediately following t h e
ceremony the couple left for c
wedding trip north. Upon their re
turn to the city the couple will
make their home on South 17th
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lee an
nounce the birth of a son, Clifton
Boyd, on October 6, at the Marion
Mrs. John Ira Kelly, whose marriage took place at the
Immanuel Presbyterian church on Friday, October 11. The
bride is the former Miss Ivy D’Orange, of this city. (Photo
graph by Adams Studio).
Benefit Bridge Pas
At Cape Fear (
The Cape Fear Country clubhouse
was the scene of a delightful bridge
party yesterday afternoon when the
Social Service league entertained at
a benefit event to raise funds for
th diabetic clinic, which is conducted
at the James Walker Memorial hos
Prize winners of the game were:
Mrs. A. G. Ahrens, Miss Edith Gra
ham, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. T.
M. Green, Mrs. A. R. Willis, Mrs.
Maurice Moore, Mrs. Harry T. Pat
erson, Jr., Mrs. M. D. Hardwicke,
Mrs. L. B. Tillery and Miss Frances
Those present were Mrs. A. G.
Ahrens, Mrs. Eloise Hall, Mrs. E.
Johnson, Mrs. C. A. Williams, Miss
Edith Graham, Miss Peggy Hall,
Mrs. Robert H. Tate, Mrs. WilUam
A. Hall, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs.
C. A. LeGrand, Mrs. J. B. Fenley,
Miss Allie M. Fechtig, Mrs. L. B.
Tillery, Mrs, T. M. Green, Mrs. A. M.
Hall, Mrs. A. R. Willis, Mrs. Hiede
Trask, Miss Leila Humble, Mrs. J.
W. Grise, Mrs. Dan Penton, Mrs.
DuBrutz Poisson, Mrs. B. R. Morri
son, Mrs. Maurice H. Moore, Mrs.
James H. Smith, Mrs. William P.
Emerson, Miss Jean Hall, Mrs. Harry
T. Paterson, Jr., Mrs. J. G. Thorn
ton, Mrs. R. M. Williams, Mrs. Os
car Peck, Mrs. M. D. Hardwicke,
Mrs. Miles Cary, Mrs. M. M. Riley,
Mrs. Frank Jolly, Mrs. W L.. Beery,
Mrs. C. H. Pratt, Miss Sara Hicks,
Miss Louise Beery, Mrs. E. H. Mun
son, Mrs. E. R. Toms, Mrs. L. D.
Potter, Mrs. Claude Howell, Mrs. L.
E. Woodbury, Jr., Mrs. Charles Gra
ham, Miss Margaret Graham and
Mrs. J. K. Taylor, Jr.
Mrs. F. L. Pearsall, Mrs. Ivy Sut
ton, Mrs. Horace Perasall, Mrs. E.
M. Dewey, Mrs. Marsden Bellamy,
Mrs. William Bellamy, Mrs. John R.
Murchison, Mrs. David R. Murchi
son, Mrs. G. A. Cardwell, Mrs. H.
M. Kendall, Mrs. J. M. Fields, Mrs.
rty Is Given
W. H. Henderson, Mrs. Howard Han
by, Mrs. Fred Debnam, Mrs. John
Evans, Mrs. J. O. Broughton, Mrs.
J. Marshall Frye, Mrs. J. B. Cran
mer, Mrs. Robert B. Rodman, Mrs.
F. L. Huggins, Mrs. Emma Perry,
Mrs. John Slocumb, Mrs. Watts
Farthing, Mrs. Grace Little, Mrs.
James F. Robertson, Mrs. J. B. Rice,
Mrs. Jennie G. Hill, Mrs. Fred E.
Little, Mrs. C. VanLeuven, Mrs. J.
M. Stevenson, Mrs. George P. James,
Mrs. Thomas W. Davis, Miss Mary
Green, Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. E.
Moseley Fonveille, Mrs. Allen White
head, Mrs. W. P. Emerson, Mrs. J.
Laurence Sprunt, Mrs. David Scott,
Miss Margaret Nash, Mrs. Robert
Strange, Miss Jeanie Strange, Mrs.
Robert Rankin, Mrs. G. Herbert
Smith, Mrs. B. E. Whaley, Mrs. W.
R. Smith, Miss Alice James, Miss
Peggy Davis, Miss Margaret Mayo
White, Miss Betty Sibley, Miss Mary
Eleanor Roberson, Miss Alice Sprunt,
Miss Louise Roberson, Miss Mary
Davis, Miss Leila Williams, Mrs.
Rhett Tabor, Miss Nancy Campbell,
Miss Susan Cooper, Miss Maude
Frye, Miss EHoise Honnet, Miss
Rosalie Oliver and Miss Clarice
Bailey. Those coming in for tea
were: Mrs. Johnd D. Bellmay, Jr.,
Mrs. Mortimer Glover, Miss Anna
Cantwell and Miss Leonora Cantwell.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Walker, of
Wallace, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Christine Hope,
to Harry Frances Snow, of Wil
The marriage took place on Sep
tember 22, at Marion, S. C.
Mr. Snow is the son of Mrs.
Harriet E. Snow and the late
Claude C. Snow, of Wilmington.
The couple will make their home
in Wilmington, Mr. Snow being
connected with the Peoples Sav
ings Bank and Trust company. 3
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AND V. F. W. GROUP
TO ATTEND MEETING
All members of 'he American Le
gion auxiliary and the V. F. W.
auxiliary are asked to attend the
meeting bn Wednesday evening
sponsored by the Wilmington Amer
ican Legion post when Rep. J. Bay
ard Clark will speak at the high
school auditorium at 8 o’clock.
Special sections will be reserved
for the auxiliary members.
• * *
V. F. W. BENEFIT PARTV
The benefit card party for the
Veterans of the Foreign Wars aux
iliary was held Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Keith Kimmell,
on Williams street.
The home was attractively deco
rated with the Halloween motif.
Bridge was played at four tables,
with prizes awarded at each table.
Later refreshments were served.
OF SOROSIS TO HOLD
MEETING ON ^THURSDAY
The Citizenship department of
the North Carolina Sorosis will con
duct the first meeting of the year
on Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock
at the clubhouse on North Third
street. Mrs. Lurline D. Lewis, assist
ant manager of the Wilmington
field office of the Social Security
board will be the principal speaker
of the afternoon.
Mrs. Lewis’ subject will be Wom
en’s Stake in Old Age and Survi
vors Insurance, in addition to her
talk Mrs. Lewis will show moving
pictures depicting the social securi
ty program and will also conduct a
question and answer period for those
desiring to ask questions regarding
the various phases of the social se
This meeting will be ap open one
and the public is invited to attend.
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BURGAW BOOK CLUB
HAS MEETING WITH
The Burgaw Book club met
Thursday night at 8 o’clock at the
home of Mrs. R. V. Bibberstein.
Mrs. J. L. Wells, program chair
man for the evening, introduced
Vivian Whitfield who gave an in
teresting talk on South America.
At the conclusion of the business
meeting, tea was served with
sandwiches and cakes by the host
ess. Mrs. W. A. Blanchard was
guest of the'club during the eve
Officers of the club are: Mrs.
D. N. Lucas, president; Mrs. Clif
ton Moore, vice - president; Mrs.
Harry Morris, secretary-treasurer;
and Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, book
chairman. ' t 1
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COUNCIL HOLDS MEET
The Brunswick county council of
Parents Teachers met at Bolivia
school building Thursday evening
October 17 at 8 o'clock with Mrs. L.
H. Reynolds, president in charge.
B. R. Page, of the Bolivia school,
led the devotional, taking his mes
sage from the 22nd chapter of
Mrs. Reynolds announced that the
county would again sponsor the
declamation and recitation contest
which would be held at the next
council‘meeting in January. The
county will also sponsor debating
in connection with the state debat
The president also announced the
district P.-T. A. meeting to be held
at the Penderlea school November
Mrs. Reynolds next introduced the
speaker of the evening, Mrs. Ali
son Alderman, district president,
who delivered a forceful message on
the part the Parent-Teacher as
sociation and schools should play
in our national defense program.
Before the meeting was ad
journed, Mr. 'Ticker, principal of
Bolivia school, invited the associa
tion to share the delicious refresh
ments prepared by the Bolivia P.-T.
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U. D. c. CHAPTER
The regular meeting of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy was
held Saturday afternoon, Oct. 19, at
3:30 p. m. in St. James parish house.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. H. S. Crowley, Mrs. H. S. Mc
The Pledge of Allegiance and Sa
lute to the Confederate Flag was
led by Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer.
The general convention call was
read and the following delegates ap
pointed: Mrs. H. S. McGirt, Mrs. A.
T. St. Amand and Mrs. C. Wayne
Spencer. Alternates were Mrs. W.
H. Pryde, Mrs. Clyde Mason and
Mrs. Lena Avant. The general or
ganization is making an effort to
secure names of the descendants of
those men who served in the cabinet
under President Davis. All names
should be sent to the president-gen
An effort is being made by the
Cape Fear chapter to have a Con
federate Flag placed in every school
in the county.
Mrs. August L. Meyland was elect
ed and welcomed as a member of
the Cape Fear chapter, U. D. C.
An interesting report on the con
vention held in Goldsboro was given
by Mrs. A. T. St. Amand.
It has been estimated that there
are more than 10,000 species of
the daisy. 4
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