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Wedding Plans Are Announced Ceremony Will Take Place Saturday, June 12, At 5:30 O’Clock At Trinity . The wedding of Mies Isabell Ad elaide Russell and Marsden Wright Gore, Jr., will take place Saturday, June 12, at 5:30 o'clock in the aft ernoon at Trinity Methodist church here. Dr. Fred W. PaschaU, pastor of the church, will perform the ceremony. M ss Russell has chosen as her attendants Miss Dorothy Kure, maid-of-honor; Mrs. Neil Wesley Blake, sister of the bride, matron of-honor; Miss Janie Skipper, Miss Katherine Gray and Mrs. Wilbur Myers as bridesmaids, Roland Sassar will attend Mr. Gore as best man. Clifford Mc Iver, Shelton Moore, Donald Gore and Neil Wesley Blake will be ush ers. Miss Frances Hayes will ren der the nuptial music, with Miss Ida Laura Childs as soloist. A reception will be held imme diately following the ceremony at the home of the bride. * * * Cantrell-Faucette Plans Are Announced Mrs. Lessie Cantrell of Wilming ton, formerly of Reidsville, daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hines of Reidsville, and Wil liam Thomas Faucette of Wilming ton, formerly of Oklahoma City, son of tbe late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Faucette of Burlington, will bg married Sunday, June 13, at 8:45 o’clock at Grace Methodist church. Mother’s Friend helps biing ease and comfort to expectant mothers. MOTHER’S FRIEND, an exciulsltely pre pared emollient, Is I Useful In all eondl- I aiuiiB wuere a uianu, muu auouyue uiaa *age medium in skin lubrication la de sired. One condition in which women for more than 70 years have used It la an application for massaging the body dur ing pregnancy ... it helps keep the skin soft and pliable... thus avoiding un Secessary discomfort due to dryness and ghtneES. It refreshes and tones J.tha ekin. 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And Penney’s and its people are making every effort to provide you with the new clothes you need. Clothing that’s sturdy—smart thrifty—clothing for all the family. There are over 1600 Penney stores but each is a local institution. Each employs local people, pays local taxes, caters to local tastes. The people who work at Penney’s are folks you have grown up with; their daughters and sons! That is why you’ll feel at home at Penney’s! mm. MRS. NORWOOD EDISON GLOVER—Who prior to her marriage during May at St. John’s Episcopal church, this city, was Miss Madlon Ann Pierce, daugh ter of Mrs. Martha Ann Pierce. Mr. Glover is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Glover of Wilmington. (Photograph by Adams Studio). __ Bible School Will Be Held The Vacation Bible school of the First Presbyterian Sunday school will begin Monday morning, June 7, at 9 o’clock, it was announced Saturday. The school will continue through June 18, and will be held on Monday through Friday morn ings of those two weeks. Sessions will be taught for primary chil dren, aged 6 7, and 8; for junior children, 9. 10, and 11; and for pioneer children, aged 12, 13 and 14. The staff of the school will be an follows; General supervisor, Miss Mary Past; general secretary, Miss Eleanor Moore; primary de partment, Mrs. Charles Allen, Mrs. Elwood McFadyen, and Mrs. F. E. Livingston; junior depart ment, Miss Eva Kelly, Mrs. Donald Byrd, and Mrs. J. S. Crowley; pioneer department, Mrs. Furman Branyon, Miss Sally Josey, Mrs. F. M. Waters, and Miss Past. Careful plans have been laid for an entertaining and worthwhile school. Children of the neighbor hood are invited to attend the school regardless of whether or not they are members or attend ants of the First Presbyterian Sun day school. The courses of study for the three departments are as follows: ‘‘Stories of Jesus,” Primary; “We Would See Jesus.” Junior; “Jesus Christ, Hero of History,” Pioneers. It is hoped that a large number of children will enroll and attend the school. * * • * Piano Recital Given By Mrs. Troy’s Pupils Mrs. Mary Eunice Troy present ed her pupils in a piano recital re cently in the Great Hall of St. James’ parish house. The following program was presented. 1. Prelude in G Minor (Rachman inoff) Sally Margaret Johnston. 2. The Owl (Richter) Shirley Jo Keever. 3. The Jolly Cobbler (Stairs) Johnny Butt. 4. Mexican Moonlight (Vandev ere) Mickie Hartis. 5. Capricante (Wachs) Anna Ka mer. 7. The First Lesson (Krogman) Margaret Thomason. 8. Valse—Bluette (Rogers) Louise Nichols. 9. Autumn Sunlight (Moore) Dor is Ellen Farrar. 10. Sonatina Opus 36 No. 2 (de menti) Catherine Crowe. 11. Lucita (Dunlap) Betty Bel cher. 12. Little Mountain Brook (Adler) Fowler Low. 13. Canzonetta (Schott) Sue Boney 14. Two Guitars (Peery) Betsy Keaton Fonvielle. 15. An Old American Tune (Eich horn) Anne Todd. 16. White Lilac* (Sklllman) Bar bara Bailey. 17. Hungary (Koelling) Peggy Mclver. 18. Oii» Skates (Ketterer) May Low. 19. Danse Erotique (Beghon) Gloria Todd. 21. Reverie (Debussey) Betsy Ap plewhite. 22. Danse Hongroise (Duval) Jane Hobbs. 23. Adoration (Borowski) Eliza beth Evans. 24. Malaquena (Lecuona) Car lyle Seymour. • * • Miss Elizabeth Jones Finishes Agnes Scott Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur David Jones returned Wednesday night from Decatur, Ga., after attending the graduation exercises at Agnes Scott college, where their daugh ter, Elizabeth, was graduated qn June 1. . Miss Jones entered Agnes Scott her junior year following her grad uation from Peace Junior eollege in Raleigh, where she served as president of the Peace Student Christian association, a member of privileged honor roll, a mar shal for Rho Delta Chi literary society and assistant editor of the year book. Miss Jones was also an honor student and was grad uated with the third highest scho larstic record in her class during her senior year. Having transfer* red to Agnes Scott Miss Jones completed her study for a Bache lor of Arts degree with a major ' in history and a minor in English as was chosen as vice-president of the Bible club, secretary-treas urer of the Presbyterian Students’ association and chairman of Reli gious resources on the Agnes Scott Christian association cabinet. Louise Collins, Fred Merritt Wed Hie marriage of Miss Louise Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Collins, of Chincoteague, Va. to Fred E. Merritt, formerly of Wilmington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Merritt, of Wilmington, took place Saturday evening, May 22 at 8:30 o’clock, at Christ Sac tified Holy church, Chincoteague, Va. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert S. Collins. Miss Dorothy Merritt, sister of the bridegroom, was maid-of-hon or. Harry Collins, Jr., cousin o' the bride, was best man. The cou ple left for a wedding trip north, immediately after the wedding. The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Merritt, Miss Dorothy Merritt, Paul Mefritt, of Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Tarr, Miss Faye Tarr, Edgar Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans and family, and Mrs. Ethel Beecham, of Frankford, Del.; Mrs. Eva Riggs, Mrs. Blanche Hobbs, Miss Bertha Hobbs, Miss Alma Parker, Miss Hilda Tate, Miss Dona Hei berg, Miss Alice Parker, Miss Lillie Gray, Miss Dora Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Gatlin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Call, Bert Brush, Willie Rogers, Charles Davis, Rufus Mustin, all of Nor folk, Va. • » • Canning School Set Monday Afternoon At Myrtle Grove Sound A canning school will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Myrtle Grove Home clubhouse. All home demonstration club mem bers and women of the communi ty are invited to attend. * • * Woman’s College To Present Degrees To 420 (Continued from Page 11) Gov. Harris. Winners of scholastic awards will be named by Dean Jackson. A soprano solo by Mrs. Elizabeth Jensen, of the music faculty, and processional and re cessional marches by George M. Thompson, organist, make up the program. For the baccalaureate service, Dean Jackson will preside and Miss Jane Thompson, Henderson, president of the senior class, will present Dr. Marshall. The college choir of 140 voices, directed by Thompson, will sing “The Lord’s Prayer.” Malotte. and “The Sane tus,” Gounod, with Miss Miriam Day, senior of Spruce Pine, as soprano soloist. Informal gathering of seniors and their parents, alumnae and other friends of the college, a tra ditional affair, will take place at 5 p.m. Sunday on the lawn in front of the dean’s home. First half of the concert pro gram will be given by the choir, Thompson directing the group in singing “Sanctus,” Dvorak; “Song of the Rhine-Maidens” and “Chor us of Flower Maidens,” Wagner, and “The Blue Danube Waltzes,’ Strauss. The orchestra, conducted by Dean H. Hugh Altwater of the school of music, will play "All Gory Be to God on High,” Bach; “Zorahayda,” Svendsen; "Cripple Creek,” Lamar Stringfield, and prelude to “The Mastersingers,' Wagner. Annual business meeting in the afternoon and a dinner with Cap tain Westray Battle Boyce, Waac commander for the fourth service command, as speaker were prin cipal alumnae events today. Se niors had their inning at class day exercises in the afternoon. In the evening, both groups with their friends were guests of the Play likers at a performance of “Let ters to Lucerne.” BRIDE — Mrs. William L. Russo of Charlotte and Wilmington, the former Miss Helen Gray Flowers whose marriage took place the early part of May at Calvary Baptist church this city. Mrs. Russo is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Flowers of Wilming ton. ___ Professional Women’s Club Entertained Here The Business and Professions! women’s club entertained recently at the Governor Dudley honoring “their bosses” at a dinner party, this being the annual social func tion of the year given by the club. Miss Mabel Bacon presided at the banquet table which was dec orated with attractive bowls of mixed summer flowers and dainty place-cards in the club colors of purple and gold. H. M. Roland, superintendent of schools, made the response to the welcome given by Miss Bacon. The principal guest speaker, Mrs. Dess Gurganous, southeastern reg ional chairman of the national fed eration of the club, made a most in teresting and humorous talk, em phasizing that despite the war conditions women are carrying on their work with additional duties in a most commendable manner. The post war work of women after the war was also brought out in the talk by Mrs. Gurganous. Mrs. Jean Joyce led the group in singing songs. Guests attending included: City Manager A. C. Nichols, John Or rell, county representative; J. E. L. Wade, C. W. Berry, J. W. Web ster, Lieut. W. Jorgenson, Capt. Nelson, Howard Ganstier, M. J. Bodine, Arline Kimball, H. M. Ro land, Mrs. Ethel Adams, Miss Alice Behrends, Miss Mabel Bacon, Mrs, Lelia Corbin, Mrs. Alida Jordan, Mrs. Jean Joyce, Mrs. Sam Kel lam, Mrs. Holmes Morris, Miss Ann Orrell, Miss Katherine Orrell, Mrs. Rose Orrell, Mrs. E. V. H. Peschau ,Mrs. Louise Polvogt, Miss Evelyn Smith and Miss Virginia Ward. * * * MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Howard of Hampstead, announce the mar riage of their daughter, Mary Frances, to Marvin Spruill, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Spruill, of Norfolk, Va., on June 1, at the home of the Rev. C. C. Myers in Wilmington. FOR BECOMING FOOTWEAR VICTORY VACATION Relax this vacation at home in the most sensible summer fabric made, fresh, washable cotton, in smart one and two piece styles. $T98 UP • SHANTUNGS • CHAMBRAY8 • SEERSUCKERS ^ • BUTCHER LINENS I •SHEERS li Sizes 9 to 52 22 SOUTH FRONT STREET Polly Seitter, Mr. Danenberg To Wed Today The marriage of Elsie (Polly) Seitter to Paul S. Danenberg, war rant officer of Camp Davis, will be solemnized Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock at St. Paul’s Lutheran church, the Rev. Walter B. Freed, pastor, will officiate. Miss Seitter will be given in marriage by her father, G. F. Seitter, and attended by her sis teg-Miss Gladys Seitter as maid of-honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Earl McCall and Miss Margaret Elish. Mr. Danenberg’s best man will be John Seitter, brother of the bride. Ushers will be Capt. Going and Lieut. Hart. The wedding music will be ren dered by Mrs. Eliza Schulken, or ganist, and Mrs. Sam Troy, voca list. Friends and relatives are cor dially invited. * • * < Edna K. Shaw And R. J. Corbett Married (Continued from Page 11) Alston Boyd, pastor of the bride performed the ceremony. Miss Shaw wore a navy blue sheer frock with square neckline, trimmed in pink and small navy straw with veil dotted in pink with blue accessories. Her corsage was of pink Columbia roses. The couple left immediately for a short trip to Myrtle Beach. More important now than ever — let us store your |F U R S | In our own ref- | frigerated vaults —standard rates. l La Mode . V Shop Front at Grace ^ Streets A k Dial 9816 ^ ■ We will close on f Wednesdays at 1 o’clock during the i months of May, J June, Jaly, An- I rust so that oar 1 employees may Jr ^ better aid the r war effort. Fifth Avenue Church Scene Balkcum - Hewlett Wedding (Continued from Page 11) Love” was played softly during the ceremony. Miss Hewlett entered the church with her father, who gave her in marriage. She wore a wedding dress of ivory satin with Venetian lace made Princess style with long pointed sleeves, the heart-shaped neckline being outlined with lace. Her finger-tip length veil of il lusion fell from a coronet caught with orange blossoms. She carried a showered bouquet of bride's roses and her only ornament was a strand of pearls. Miss Mary Elizabeth Hewlett, sis ter of the bride, was maid-of honor. She wore a gown of yellow silk marquisette and lace with a coronet to match. Her flowers were of mixed summer flowers in pastel shades. Mr. Balkcum had as his best man, Jay W. McKoy. Ushers were Alfred Moore and Andy Hewlett. Mrs. Hewlett, mother of the bride, wore a black silk marqui sette frock with white accessories and talisman roses. Mrs. Balk cum wore navy with white acces sories and talisman roses. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Balkcum left for a wedding trip. For traveling the bride changed | Home Club Agent Announces Meets Miss Ann Mason, horr agent, has announced her h"' ': for this week as folionV"^'* Monday, 10 o’clock pi servation Council me®*- c":. o’clock, Myrtle Grove 1 Canning school at sc - r Tuesday, 10 o'clock ■ ville Home Demons--5 2:30 o’clock Gore:: VlV.v-: Demonstration club. Wednesday, Agents Tr« school. " *18 lug Thursday, 10 o’clock * ■ boro Colored Canning A.’:1®* o’clock. Castle Havne w:- J:Jl onstration club. 8 o'clock r ®’ Hayne Service club. Friday, Office. Saturday, Office. ; to a dress of navy c-e-f "" accessories to match, aids : corsage of sweetheart rose! : Following the rehears!1' ‘ty. ; evening a cake- tting w A;; » at tee bride’s home in Auduff Hewesl Summer Styles AT MADEMOISELLE SHOPPE 22 X. 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It is a singu lar characteristic of antiques that no matter how beautifu they are, they never seem to “belong.” They carry with them, more than a little of the atmosphere of another home . . . certainly not your home. So do everything possible to choose your own furnishings. You’ll find this store a pleas ant and most desirable P:ace to do your very first shop ping for your very first home. BACK UP THE BOYS - BUY MORE BONDS-STAMPS It. The Wilmington Furniture Co. "THE OLD RELIABLE” lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillRIIIIllllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiii iiiiimmiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'