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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, October 15, 1944, FINAL EDITION, Image 13

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Martha Sweeny,
l D. Ward To
Wed October 26
The wedding of Miss Martha
rc Sweeny, daughter of Lieut.
*og*d" Samuel C. Sweeny, USNR,
C°d''Mrs, Sweeny, of Wilmington,
S1‘Alfred Decatur Ward, son of Mr.
t07\lrs William Farrior Ward of
. /Bern is to take Plac« on
8eW . ‘ October 26, in the Hitch
Tnl!rSMemonal Presbyterian church
Tscarsdale, N. Y. The Rev. Dr.
®^1lie will officiate at the cere
Sweeny is to have’ as her
‘ /.{.honor and only attendant,
f3 cousin, Miss Nancy Sweeny of
ker j ]e N. Y. She is to be given
8a- iaee by her uncle, Robert
5 /fsweenv of Hartsdale.
HSam Farror Ward. Jr., of
n.rn will attend his brother
JveW DCJ ■ ’
- hg*t iTisn*
1, reception will be given at the
. ' of the bride’s aunt, Mrs. H.
jl Durj’ea of Scarsdale, following
the ceremony.^ ^ #
birth announced
ifr and Mrs. Jimmy Burton, Jr,
announce the birth of a son Lar
. i-noene. October 1, at Marion
Sprunt ar.nex.^ ^ #
birth announced
Ensign and Mrs. James A. Price,
, announce the birth of a daugh
ter jnet, October 7, in Washing
ton', D, C___
American Legion Auxiliary
Hears Reports At Monthly Meet
The monthly meeting of the
American Legion auxiliary was
hold at the Woodrow Wilson hut
with a good attendance. Following
the regular ritual, the secretary,
Mrs. J. L. Thorne, read the min
utes of the previous meeting. Re
ports of the various committee
chairmen followed in order.
Mrs. Roger Smith, Americanism
chairman, asked permission to of
fer a prize to the high school stu
dent doing the best work this year
in government. The Unite voted to
allow Mrs. Smith tc offer a chash
prize of $5 to the boy and girl
having the best record. The unit
also voted to send $15 to pay for
■ phonograph records for the boys
overseas and to endeavor to ra's;
additional funds to send more later.
Mrs. Seymour thanked the Unit
for their cooperation in the recent
membership drive. She reported
130 paid up memberships and also
announced the drive for new mem
bers to begin October 15. All moth
ers, wives, widows, daughters and
sisters of veterans of World War 1
and discharged veterans of War 11
are also eligible for membership.
The monthly bingo party was an
nounced for October 19 at the Wood
row Wilson hut. Mrs. Walter J.
Riley, Ways and Means chairman,
also announced that December has
been set for the Annual Christmas
Bazaar. AH members are asked to
get their articles to be placed on
sale to Mrs. Riley as soon as pos
sible.
District P.-T. A.
Meet Scheduled
A t Whiteville
The Eighth district of the North
Carolina Congress of Parents and
Teachers will be held at Whiteville
on Tuesday morning, October 17, at
10 o’clock in the First Presbyterian
church. Registration will begin at
9:30 a.m.
Speakers will be Mrs. Charles
R. Roe, national field secretary of
Chicago, who is to talk on Organi
zation and Procedures; C. W. Phil
lips, of W. C. U. C., of Greensboro,
state president, who is to give the
principal address; Mrs. J* W.
Burke, state treasurer and execu
tive secretary; Mrs. J. S. Blair,
former state president, and field
secretary, of Elizabethtown; Mrs.
B. T. Williams ot Steadman, dis
trict director, and Mrs. W. A. Roud
abush of Wilmington, co-director.
The Rev. J. R. Kennedy will
give the devotional.
* * *
Winter Park P.-T. A.
Holds First Meeting
The Winter Park P. T. A. held
the first meeting of the year on
Tuesday evening with Mrs. R. W.
Galphin, president, presiding.
The Rev. T. H. King of the
Winter Park Baptist churqh, con
ducted the devotional. Mr. Berry,
principal, presented the teachers,
Mrs. Winstead, science teacher,
who spoke on state and national
education and Mrs. May of the city
recreation center who discussed the
plan of community recreation.
Ater the business a social hour
was enjoyed.
* • *
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith,
Jr., announce the birth of a
daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, on
October 7, at Marion Sprunt an
nex. Mrs. Smith is the former
Elizabeth Branch of Winter Park.
Mr. Smith is serving in the navy
in the Pacific.
* • •
BIRTH AN1 OUNCED
Pvt. and Mrs. James L. Brown
announce the birth of a daughter,
Patricia Jean, October 12, at Ma
rion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Brown is
the former Livvie Beard Rooks, of
Atkinson. Pvt. Brown is serving
with the U. S- Army in England.
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strive to be courteous and respect ail people com
ing in our store. We appreciate the purchase of a
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PFC. AND MRS. HENRY L. PRIDGEN whose wedding took place
October 3, at the Citadel Square Baptist church in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs Pridgen is the former Vivian Belle Legette, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Legette of Charleston. Pfc. Pridgen is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Pridgen of Kelly.___
Needlework Guild Membership
Campaign Now In Progress
_______ i _
The campaign for new members
is now on with the Needlework
Guild of America and it is hoped
that many persons will take the
opportunity of becoming a mem
ber of such a worthwhile project,
the only requirment being the
donation of two new garments or
articles for hospital supplies once
a year.
This guild is non-sectarian and
the garments or linens are distri
buted in Wilmington through estab
lished channels. This giiild is
unique in that it aids no special
cause but is known as the “charity
that helps all charities.”
All contributors are urged to
send their gifis to their section
presidents as soon as possible, the
date of the annual gathering to be
announced shortly.
The officers in Wilmington are
as follows: Honorary presidents,
Mrs. J. Victor Grainger and Mrs.
! Katherine E. Vollers; honorary
vice-president, Miss Martha B.
Williams; president, Mrs. Philip
Warland Delano; vice-president,
Mrs. J. Victor Grainger, Mrs.
Katherine E. Vollers; secretary,
Mrs. Cecil B. Appleberry; trea
surer, Mrs. James B. Lynch; sec
tion presidents, Mrs. Allen H.
Whitehead, Miss Jeanie Strange,
Mrs. Katherine Vollers, Mrs. Al
bert Perry, Mrs. Herbert Blue
thenthal, Mrs. Louis Shrier, Mrs.
James B. Lynch and Mrs. Kirk
Wagonseller; publicity, Mrs. C.
Wayne Spencer; radio, Mrs.
Arthur C. Diehl.
Miss Ida Taylor,
Randolph Garner Wed
The home of Rev. and Mrs. J.
M. Russell on Oakely avenue,
Castle Haynes road, was the scene
of a wedding Tuesday evening, Oc
tober 10, at 8:30 o’clock when Miss
Ida Taylor of Newport, became the
bride of Randolph Gardner of New
port.
Miss Taylor has as her only at
tendant, her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Rus
sell of Castle Haynes.
The bride wore a light blue wool
suit with navy accessories. Hc-r
corsage consisted of pink and white
rosebuds.
Mr. Garner had as his best man,
Rev. J. M. Russell of Castle
Haynes.
Hugh R. Oosterwyk, violinist, fur
nished the music. The traditional
wedding marches were used. The
home was very beautifully decor
ated with cut flowers.
The officiating minister was the
Rev. I. D. Dickens of the First
Pentecostal Holiness church of Wil
mington.
The bride and bridegroom will
be at home with friends at New
port.
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22 North Front St.
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Miss Bowden,
Mr. McCrary
To Wed Soon
Ceremony To Take Place
Wednesday Afternoon, Oct.
25, at 4 o’Clock.
Mrs. J. O. Bowden of Wrights
ville Sound, announces the engage
ment, of her daughter, Ann E'iza
beth, to Marcellus Everett Mc
Crary. r
The wedding is to take place
on Wednesday aftenoon, October
25, at 4 o’clock in St. Andrews
Episcopal church on the Sound.
No invitations are being issued
but friends are invited to attend.
* » *
Miss Matilda Klein,
Pvt. Joseph Baker Wed
Mrs. D. F. Klein announces the
marriage of her daughter, Matilda,
to Pvt. Joseph Martin Baker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Baer of
Brooklyn, N. Y. formerly stationed
at Camp Davis, now at Farming
dale, L. I.
The ceremony took place on Oc
tober 11 at Conway, S. C.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Klein and the late D. F. Klein.
She is a graduate of East Caro
lina Teachers college and has
taught in the county school system.
» « *
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. George Jenkins
announce the birth of a daughter,
Patricia Murline, October 9, at
Marion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Jen
kins is the former Helen Harrel
son of Rocky Point.
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