Miss Lonnie Parker
Weds George Sanders
NEW BERN, Oct. 16—Miss Lon
nie Park and George M. Sanders.
Jr., were married Saturday after
noon, October 9, at the home of
the bride’s mother, Mrs. Ida Park
er, by the Rev. Leon Russell, pas
tor of Centenary Methodist church.
The bride wore marine blue with
black accessories and a corsage of
gardenias. She is a daughter of
the late Carl Parker. The bride
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. M. Sanders of this city. The
couple will reside in New Bern.
Miss Geraldine Stallings, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Durham Stall
ings, and Pvt. Raymond Wilson
McMaken, USA, of Camp Battle
and Piqua, Ohio, were married
Monday night, October 11, at Cen
tenary Methodist church by the
pastor, the Rev. Leon Russell. The
bride wore a black wool suit, with
black accessories and a shoulder
corsage of red roses. She was
graduated from the Southern Beau
ty college at Norfolk. The couple
will reside here with the bride s
parents for the present.
Miss Katnerine isauei
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Sparrow of New Bern, and Wilbur
Guy Jones, son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Jones of Blounts Creek,
were married Monday, October 4,
in Dillon, S. C. The bride wore a
dress of cocoa brown, with brown
accessories and a corsage of red
roses. The couple are making their
home on highway 70 near New
Mrs. Penelope Davenport has
announced the marriage of her
daughter, Mary Penelope, to Jo
seph M. Anderson, Tuesday, Sep
tember 28, in ^Morehead City at
the Baptist parsonage, the Rev. J.
W. Bunn officiating. The couple
are residing in New Bern.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Miner of New
Bern, and William Otis Pratt of
Goldsboro and New Bern were
married Wednesday evening, Oc
tober 6, at the Baptist church in
Goldsboro by the Rev. Alfred J.
Smith, pastor. The bride wore sol
dier blue with matching accessor
ies and a shoulder corsage of pink
roses. The couple will make their
home in Goldsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Jones
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Lillian, to Eugene
D. McSorley, Jr., son of E. D.
McSorley and the late Mr. McSor
ley. The wedding will take place
MRS. JUDSON HULET CROOM—The former Bernice
Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Peterson of Le
land, whose marriage took place September 18. Mr. Croom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Croom of Delco. (Photo
graph by Adams Studio).
Miss Myrtle Coston
Weds Cpl. Bellizzi
Mrs. E. R. Williams announces
[he marriage of her niece, Myrtle
Boston, of Wilmington, to Cpl. Dan
ly Bellizzi of New Jersey.
The marriage took place Sun
lay, October 10. Cpl. Bellizzi is sta
;ioned at Camp Davis.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Chariie T. Rackley
innounce the birth of a daughter,
Hildred Charleen, October 12, at
Bulluck hospital. Mrs. Rackley is
;he former Mildred Lewis Buck.
* * *
TO HONOR SON
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldstein will be
t home Sunday evening to their
riends at 8 o'clock honoring their
on, Ralph, who was Bar Mitzah
'’riday at the Temple of Israel.
There are about 1,000,000 square
niles of lake and river surface on
LUMBERTON, Oct. 16 — The
marriage of Mrs. Pansy Holmes,
of Radford, Va., to James W.
Ferrell, of Winston-Salem, and
Lumberton took place Tuesday, Oc
tober 5, at the home of the bride
in Radford, The couple is staying
here now and will go later to Wins
ton-Salem. where the groom main
tains a permanent office as a real
The plan of work for the 1944
club year was outlined, three new
officers were elected, and a dem
onstration on making American
cheese was given at the annual
fall meeting of the Robeson Home
Demonstration County Council held
in the office of the home agent,
MiS3 Margaret Cromartie. Mrs. A.
A. McCormick, of St. Pauls was
sleeted president and Mrs. Dan
McArthur, of Wakulla vice-presi
ient for two-year terms. Mrs. Lacy
Prevatte, of Philadelphia. was
lamed secretary of the 10th dis
;rict. The cheese making demon
stration was by Miss Hazel Tay
or, home management supervisor,
Pembroke FSA project.
Miss Amrett Spivey, bride-elect
>f November, was honored with a
miscellaneous shower given at tne
tome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Spivey, by Miss Helen Spi
/ey, Miss Frankie Floyd and Mrs.
Ell Mae Parnell.
Feature of the regular Saturday
light dance at the Service Men's
dub was a surprise birthday par
y for Miss Ethel Pittman, who has
;iven most generously of her time
is chaperone and hostess at en
ertainment and dances for serv
ce men who visit the club several
imes weekly. The huge cake was
presented and served all the 250
;oldiers and girls present. The lo
:al USO council gave Miss Pitl
nan a corsage of rosebuds in ap
sreciation of her services at the
dub, and a number of other or
ganizations and friends remem
tered her with gifts.
WILL LIFT BANS
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16—W—
Che army announced today that
tractically all restrictions on news
iaper publication of weather in
ormation on the West Coast would
>e lifted Monday. Current restri*1
ions still will govern radio broad
asting of weather information
The U. S. Army Signal corps
tow numbers 280,000 men and
8,000 officers, or twice the en
ollment of the entire peace-time
Colburn Is Named To
State Banking Group
WHITEVILLE, Oct. 16. — J. N.
Coburn, executive vice-president of
the Waccamaw Bank and Trust
company here, has been notified
that he has been appointed chair
man of the North Carolina State
Legislative council of the Amer
ican Bankers association, which is
among the most important units
of the association.
A. L. M. Wiggins, president of
the American Bankers association
notified Mr. Coburn of his appoint
ment to this important post.
Each state legislative council,
there being one in each of the 48
states of the union, works hand
in hand with the regular Legisla
tive Council of the American Bank
PLAN TO MARRY
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 16
.—iTPi— Eleanor Powell, motion pic
ture dancer, and Marine Sgt
Glenn Ford, former Hollywood ac
tor, obtained a marriage license
today. They said the wedding will
be Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. at Miss Pow
ell’s Beverly Hills home. Ford
give his age as 27, and Miss Pow
ell's as 30.
DOROTHY LEE FUTRELLE
—Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald R. Futrelle of Wil
mington, whose engagement
is announced to Aviation Ca
det William W. Metz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Metz of
Pre-War German Spy
Taken In California
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 16—I*
The Federal Bureau of Investi
gation announced today the cap
ture of Guerither Maria Rumrich.
once convictea as a pre-war Ger
man spy, at Richmond, Calif.
Rumrich is under indictment at
Seattle on charges of furnishing
false information in applying for
a Coast Guard pass and violating
the national stolen propertyy act
by passing four worthless checks
His conviction as a spy was on
Dec. 2, 1938, when he was sen
tenced to a two-year prison term
for espionage in New York city.
DIVORCE BECOMES FINAL
WHITE PLAINS. N. Y.. Oct, 16
—OR—Lieutenant Commander Jack
Dempsey’s interloctutory decree
of divorce from the former Han
nah Williams became final today
with his attorneys fielding a cer
tificate of notice in the office of
the Westchester county clerk.
The Treasury department of the
United States handles more money
than any other institution in the
Peanut butter that gets too dry to
spread when the jar is nearly empty, may
be made into small balls and dipped in
powdered sugar. This makes tasty bits
that the children will like.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct i6
OPA regional headquarters toZ
rescinded authority of ^
boards in Nevada to issue ;
cial gasoline rations to dee
ers in that state. Some v„ ‘
boards had been allowing hum'18
additional gasoline for 20r. „
of automobile travel. miles
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This month our seven
teenth anniversary, we
have arranged one of the
most attractive showings
of late furniture styles ever
seen in this city. If you
have thought that war-time
styles are severe and unat
tractive, you are in for a
great surprise. Don’t miss
Nothing in pre-war furniture ever surpassed the stun
ning styles now available. But may we insert a word of
caution. Don’t buy these new things merely because they
are so beautiful. Don’t buy ANY furniture unless you
actually need it. If your need is real, we’ll be happy to
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