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County Council Meeting Slated * «ew Hanover County Coun Tb. parents and Teachers will cll,° . meeting at Hemenway |l0l“ on Tuesday afternoon Budit°rium i o o’clock 8 immediately following a short meeting a school of m b'Jsir,eS wUl be held. Mrs. T. T. chairman, requests that Haml rhool have a representative *ac3! for this session. preset * * * Miss Nellie Martin, Harvey Dewell Marry VTORENCE, Oct. 21-Miss Nel ,Ia.tin and Harvey Dewell of ^ Bern were married October fjtfce home of the bride’s moth \Irs Rosa Martin, in Florence, er' Rev J. H. Lilly. The couple together, without attend b ide wore blue, with £. accessories, and a shoulder 0f sweetheart roses. ctJ ag Dewell is the daughter of „ Martin and the late1 E. E. Martin of Florence, Mr. Dewell is 11 of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I6 In of Richmond. He is em P,6 i bv the Seashore Transpor Si>V Th, couple -11 re-' ode in New Bern. ^ NEW BERN NEW BERN, Oct. 21-Miss Pat tie Sue Pritchard, daughter of J. W. Pritchard and the late Mrs. Pritchard of Old Fort, and William Cahoon son of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Cahoon of New Bern, were married Wednesday afternoon, October 11, by the Rev. J. L. Hodges at the Tabernacle Baptist church. The bride wore gold wool, with brown accessories and red roses. Immediacy after the ceremony, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will make their home here With the bridegroom’s parents. Miss Beatrice Mae Beecham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hugh Beechum, and Leo Albert Moritz, jr„ USMC, of Cherry Point, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moritz, Sr., of Philadelphia, were married Oc tober 10 at the home of the bride’s parents by the Rev. W. B. Everett, Free Will Baptist minister. The bride wore a white wedding gown and illusion veil, with a brid al bouquet of white roses. The couple will make their home for some time on the West Coast. I .1 MRS. CARL S. GRAHAM, whose marriage took place at Grace Methodist church, this c}ty, on October 14, at 5 o’clock. Mrs. Graham is the former Annie Mae Snow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Snow of this city. Mr. Graham is the son of J. B. Graham and tfee late Mrs. Graham. N. C. Sorosis Will Be Hostess To 11th District Here Oct. 31 The North Carolina Sorosis will oe hostess to the 11th District of the North Carolina Federation of Women’s clubs on Tuesday, Octo ber 31, in this city in the Great Hall of St. James’ parish house on Market street. Registration will be gin at 9:30 o’clock with session opening at 10 o’clock, Mrs. L. Clay ton Grant, district president will preside over the session. Mrs. J. Henry Highsmith of Ra leigh, state president of the North Carolina Federation of Women's clubs will deliver the principal ad dress and Mrs. R. A. McLoughlin of Lexington second vice-president and director of districts will dis cuss “Club Relationships to the Federation.” Other state officers expected to attend are Mrs. J. C. Williams, of Wilmington, First vice president and Mrs. John M. Coun cil of Wananish, Third vice-presi dent. Mrs. John D. Robinson, of Wal lace, chairman of committee on veterans, G. F. W. C. will discuss the plans of her committee and Mrs. George E. Marshall, state commander of the Women’s Field Army for the Control of Cancer will speak of the work of her or ganization. Reports will be heard from the clubs comprising the 11th District. They are the Maiy Slocomb club of Atkinson, Woman’s club of Bur gaw, Adlephian club of Calypso, John M. Faison club of Faison, Sesame club of Faison, Study club of Clinton, Woman’s club Keanans ville, Woman’s club Rosehill, Wo man’s club Southport, Woman’s club Wallace, Junior Woman's club Wallace, Woman’s club Warsaw, The North Carolina Sorosis, Wil mington, and the North Carolina Junior Sorosis, Wilmington. (Clubs affiliated with the State Federation, the Home Demonstra tion clubs and N. C. Nurses As sociation will be represented by Miss Ann Mason, Home Demon stration Agent for New Hanover County and Mrs. Laura Carroll, R. N. Public Health Nurse for New Hanover county.) ton Grant, Wilmington, president, District officers are Mrs. L. Clay Mrs. O. J. Peterson, Jr., Clinton, vice-president, Mrs. H. L. McKib ben, Wilmington, secretary. Hos BliBI!IBII!BIIIBIIiBIB!IIBIBIilB!llBIIB|| tess club officers taking part on the program are Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer, president, Mrs. N. L. Foy vice-president and Mrs. Charles L. Bragg, chaplain. Pages for the session will be Mrs. Samuel Sondey and Mrs. William Boles, Members of North Carolina Junior Sorosis. Musical numbers by local musi cians will contribute to the enjoy ment of the occasion. Luncheon will be served at 1 o’clock in the club rooms of the hostess club. * * * Miss Annie Mae Snow Weds Carl S. Graham At Grace Church Here Grace Methodist church was the scene of an afternoon wedding on October 14, at 5 o’clock when Miss Annie Mae Snow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Snow of this city, became the bride of Carl S. Graham, son of J. B. Graham and the late Mrs. Graham of Winter Park. The Rev. J. F. Herbert, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony. Ushers were: Donald Edmunson, Earl Biggs, Marsden Gore, Jr. and Jimmy Simmons, all of this city. Miss Agnes Chasten, organist, rendered a program of nuptial mu sic including: “Because”, “I Love You Truly”, “At Dawning”, and “Ave Maria”. ‘O Perfect Love’ was played during the ceremony. The couple entered the church together and spoke their vows be fore an altar banked with palms, white gladioli and burning tapers in branched candelabra. The bride was attired in a two piece suit of grey and navy ac cessories and a corsage of orchids. The bride’s mother wore a black dress with a corsage of red roses. They are making their home at 16 1-2 Jefferson street, this city. ---V Girl Scout Troop At Bradley’s Cree’f School Reorganised Miss Thomas, representing the Girl Scouts, gave a brief resume on the work done last year by-the Girl Scout' troop at Bradley’s Creek P.-T. A. meeting held Thurs day at the school. Reorganization of a new troop with Mrs. James Loughlin and Mrs. J. Shepard as leaders was begun. Mrs. James Dixon w a s elected president to replace Mrs. G. C. Burr, who is leaving for Camp Lejeune in November. Mr. West, principal, reported on the improvements made on the school this year, including a new heating system. The tea served in honor of the teaching staff of the school was in charge of Mrs. A. H. Davis oi Harbor Island. * • * Miss Maybell Bryant, Pvt. Woodruff Marry Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryant an nounce the marriage of then daughter, Maybell, to Pvt. Carmor Lee Woodruff, at Conway, S. C., or October 4. Pvt. Woodruff is the sor of Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff of Dres den, Tenn. The couple left for a weddinj trip to his home in Tennessee Pvt. Woodruff has been transfer red to Utah. • * * birth announced I Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Carte] announce the birth of a son, Rob ert Jackson, October 7, at Marior Sprunt annex. Mrs. Carter is th( former Elyse Horne o* this city PERSONALS Mrs. D. H. Connolly, who is now residing in Marietta, Ga., arrived Saturday to visit her daughter-in law and young granddaughter, Mrs. D. H. Connolly, Jr. While in the city Mrs. Connolly will be the houseguest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Harrington, in Forest Hills. * * * Miss Ann Carolyn White, gradu ate student at Cornell university, will arrive this morning to spend a short time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. White, 1106 Grace street. • * * Miss Susan M. Divine, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Morrison W. Divine at her home in Washington, D. C. • * * Mrs. Marcus Goldstein has re turned to the city from a business trip in New York city. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ranald Stewart left yesterday for a ten-days stay in New York and Philadelphia. * * * Mrs. Hugh Smithson is a patient at James Walker Memorial hospit al, where she underwent an oper ation on Tuesday. * * * Dr. and Mrs. Roderick H. King returned Friday from Boston, where Dr. King has been faking post graduate work at the Dover Clinic. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Livingston have returned to the city, after a week in New York city. While there Mr. Livingston attended the National Association of Mutual In surance convention held at the Ho tel New Yorker. • * * Mrs. Jennings Litgen is recuper ating following an appendectomy at James Walker Memorial hospital. * * * J. Wallace Hopkins of Pittsburgh, is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hop kins on North 15;h street. * » * George Donnell is improving after suffering an attack of double pneumonia at his home on Nun street. * # * Mrs. Marguerite Donnell j Vaughan, of West Palm Beach, I Fla., is visiting her parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. George Donnell, at their home on Nun street. * * * BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Earl O. Sharpe announce the birth of a daughter, Dianne Earl, October 8, at Marion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Sharpe is the former Grace Zellers of this city. COCKTAIL SUIT Anthony Blotta teams a jet-em broidered citron wool jacket with a slim black skirt, for after-five swank. Grace Methodist WSCS To Observe Week Of Prayer The Woman’s Society of Chris tian Service of Grace Methodist church will observe the Week of Prayer this week. The first meet ing will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o’clock with communion at 11:30 o’clock. The second meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock conducted by the Wesleyan Guild. New Bern Church Scene Of Wedding NEW BERN, Oct. 21—Miss Zona Frances Holloway and Edward Ai red Fuchs were married last Sat urday night at the First Baptist :hurch by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas W. Fryer Ushers were Walter Holloway oi taleigh, D. L. Stallings of Bridge on, O. E. Holloway and Remberl t. Rivenbark, of New Bern. John Fuchs, brother of the bride 'room, was best man. Mrs. Oliver Beasley, of Durham iister of the bride, was matron-of iohor. She wore dusty rose taffets and carried talisman roses. Miss Lois Spikes of Durham, am Mrs. Rodney Gregg of New Bern were, bridesmaids, wearing pinl and blue taffeta respectively. Thi former carried pink roses, and th latter yellow roses. The bride was given in tnatri mony by her father, W. D. Hollo way of Neuse. She wore a weddin; gown of white slipper satin, wit! full train bordered with lace. He fingertip veil of illusion fell fron a heart-shaped crown beaded wit seed pearls and orange blossoms She carried white roses centere with an orchid. Little Miss Carolyn Hollowaj niece of the bride, as ring-beare: wore blue and pink net over ta feta and carried an old-fashione nosegay of pink and yellow rose; Mrs. Fuchs, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. W. D. Holloway of Neusi graduated from Millbrook hig school and Croft’s secretarial an accounting school at Durham i 1942. For some time she worke at Cherry Point, and recently i the Barbour Boat Works here. Mr. Fuchs is a graduate of tt University of Kansas, with a d gree of electrical engineer. He ht been associated with the Gener; Electric company since his gra< uation, and for 20 months has bee here. * * * BIRTH ANNOUNCED S/Sgt. and Mrs. I. Louis Essie announce the birth of a daughte Sandra Taylor, September 14. Sg Essick is serving in the Europet theatre of war. Mrs. Essick, no residing in Jacksonville, is ti former Kathleen Taylor of W mington. Clark-Espy Wedding Vows Are Announced The marriage of Miss Helen Epsy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas Epsy of Rome, Ga., and Sgt. Russell B. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Clark of Wil mington, which took place on Au gust 6, is announced. The cere mony was solemnized in the post chapel at Fort McPherson, Ga., by Chaplain Allas H. Funk. Sgt. Lon Edmondson was soloist. The bride had as her attendants, Mrs. George Eubanks, her sister; and Miss Lila Mae Dukes. Ushers were C. E. Suber and Sgt. Leon Bloom. Mrs. Clark attended Tyner High school in Chattanooga, and Rome Business college. She is a mem ber of the Dralter club and the Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, national sorority. Sgt. Clark graduated from New Hanover High school, this city, and attended North Carolina State col lege in Raleigh. 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