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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, February 25, 1945, FINAL EDITION, Image 13

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family counsel
meet conducted
A symposium on “Family cour.
jellng in War-time” yesterday at
jsljl’c gear school was attended ty
twenty-seven home economics, cx
tenaion. and farm security work
n from Brunswick, Pender, On
loV and New Hanover counties.
pr_ Edward P. Cutter, venereal
t ,tase consultant of the Consoli
4,tea Board of Health, discussed
tht subjects of “Why Dangers In
volved in Counseling”; the Rev.
Harvey W. Glazier, rector of the
Church of the Good Shepherd, talk
on '’The Neurotic Personality
aad Simple Maladjustments”, and
•Techniques of Counseling.”
following the meeting, presided'
0i, by Miss Cordelia Foster,
borne 4service supervisor of the
T'de Water Power company, lun
cheon was served at St. John’s
Tavern.
Those attending the meeting
ware Margaret Burnes, Mrs. Alice
C Burton. Mary Elizabeth Grover
nian, Ann Mason, Carolyn Duke,
Bet>y Halligan, Katherine Gray,
Mrs. Harrell, Virginia Ward, Eliza
beth Jordan, Mrs. Harvey Glazier
and Mrs. E. P. Cutter, all of Wil
mington: Rose Mary Codell of Ra
leigh, Kate Teague and Jewell P.
Hiil. Frances O. Weston, and Em
ma Bfyan ,all of Burgaw; Helen
gorrell of Swansboro; Sudie H.
Simmons of Jacksonville; Clara
p Keid of Richlands; Marion Wills
ef Camp Lejeune; Marie Ham
mond and Mary Ellen Gibbs, both
of Bolivia.
-V
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Cent. and Mrs. H. E. Pound an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Bobin Irene, February 10, at Mar
ion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Pound is
the former Margaret Deans of this
city. Capt. Pound is serving over
seas.
Woman Arrested For
Lye Water Assault
Four Negroes were treated at
at James Walker Memorial hospi
tal Friday night for burns alleged
ly caused by lye having been flung
“ r *ace;\ by * Negress in
the New Brooklyn Grill, police re
ported yesterday.
Hospitalized and released were'
Mary Davis, 1108 Loves alley
Katerine Williams, 1320 North Six
th street; Marie Gore of Seventh
and Dixon streets, and Anthony
Madden of 817 North Eight.
Police arrested Betty Damon of
1112 North Ninth street and ac
cused her of assualt with lye water
injuries. Preliminary hearing will
be held Feb. 27. Sh rmains inton
be held Feb. 27. She remains in
jail in default of $800 bond
-V
P.-T. A. Plans To Offer
Founder's Day Program
The Chestnut Street school pa
rent Teachers association will pre
sent a Founder’s Day program,
featuring a 20-minute satire on P.
T. A. mothers by the fathers in
the organization, on Tuesday, at
8 p. m. at the school.
The skit was written by Mrs. W.
M. Cameron and has a cast of
15 or 20 men, completly costumed.
The president, Mrs. William H.
Land, reported yesterday that re
hearsals were progressing smooth
ly and the men seemed very en
thusiastic about their part in the
program.
Refreshments will be served.
-V
Carolina Beach P.-T. A.
Notes Founders’ Day
The Carolina Beach P. T. A. ob
served Founders’ Day "with a
special all-day program at the
school on Tuesday starting at the
beginning of school and ending at
the end of the school day. A dis
play of objects, carrying out the
visual education theme, were on
display.
MRS. KENNETH EDWARD CLAUS of Wilmington, who before
her marriage on January 16, at the Immaculate Conception church
in El Paso, Texas, was Emily Rebecca Gray, daughter of Mrs. L. S.
Andrews of Norfolk, Va. Capt. Claus, of Rochester, N. Y., was
formerly stationed at Camp Davis.
CHINESE TROOPS
MOVE ON LASHIO
SOUTHEAST ASIA COMMAND
HEADQUARTERS, KANDY, CEY
LON, Feb. 24.—IIP)—Two Chinese
formations converged today on La
shio, Burma road railhead and the
biggest Japanese base in Eastern
Burma, from positions less than
25 miles away.
One force drove across the
Namtu river and captured the town
of the same name 25 miles north
west of Lashio.
A communique announced that
these troops, members of the 50th
Chinese division, then fought on
southward and seized some hills
after a sharp fight.
In the hills near the Burma road
less than 25 miles notheast of La
shio, Chinese wiped out Japanese
elements which tried to make a
stand, the war bulletin said.
Southwestward, British Fourteen
th army troops were patrolling the
south bank of the Irrawaddy river
west of Mandalay, where a bridge
head has been secured as an out
flanking threat to Mandalay itself.
Heavy bombers of the Eastern
Air Command and other aircraft
were active.
-V
FORM COUNCIL
DURHAM, Feb. 24— (^—Seven
teen locals of the International As
sociation of Machinists at a re
cent meeting in Greensboro or
ganized the North Carolina Ma
chinist Council and will hold their
first regular meeting Monday in
Durham, union officials announc
ed tonight.
Victory Menus
By CHARLOTTE ADAMS
Saturday Night Oven Dinner
Macaroni and Ham Casserole
Mixed Green Salad
Pumpernickel
Apple Betty
(Recipes serve four)
Macaroni and Ham Casserole
2 cups cooked macaroni
4 tablespoons butter or butter
substitute
2 tablespoons flour
1-4 lb. grated cheese.
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon grated onion
1 cup cooked snap beans
1-2 lb. boiled ham, minced
1-4 cup fine bread crumbs
Melt two tablespoons of butter
in saucepan. Remove from heat
and mix with flour, making a
smooth paste. Return to heat and
add milk, stirring constantly until
thickened. Stir in grated cheese
and cook over low heat until
cheese melts. Stir in grated onion.
Place a layer of macaroni in a
buttered casserole, then a layer
each of .beans and ham. Pour half
the sauce over the contents of the
cassejfle. Add remaining ingredi
ents'-'nnd pour on the rest of the
sauce. Top casserole with buttered
crumbs and bake at 375 degrees
30 minutes.
• • *
CLUB CLOCK
North Carolina Sorosis will
hold the monthly business
meeting Thursday afternoon at
3:30 o’clock in the clubhouse
on North Third street. A meet
ing of the executive commit
tee will be held at 3 o’clock.
* * *
Seminole. Council, No. 34,
Degree of Pocahontas, will
hold a special meeting Tues
day evening at 8 o’clock in the
junior Order Hall.
* * *
The regular meeting of the j
VFW auxiliary will be held j
Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock
in the Tide Water Hall.
# * *
The Woman’s Missionary so
ciety of Southside Baptist
church will meet Tuesday aft
ernoon at 3:30 o’clock at the
church. The Sunbeams and
Junior GA will meet at the
hour.
• * *
A meeting of the T. E. L.
class of Calvary Baptist
church will be held at the
home of Mrs. Thomas Benton,
711 Grace street, Tuesday eve
ning at 8 o’clock. Members are
invited.
• * * *
The Ladies Auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Railroad Train
men will meet Thursday after
noon at 3:30 o’clock in the Jun
ior Order Hall.
--V_
HARDISON KILLED
IN PACIFIC AREA
Fireman First Class Charles
Preston Hardison, 18, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Hardison, was kill
ed in action Jan. 6 while assisting
in preparation for the invasion of
the Lingayan Gulf area, Luzon, P.
I. The following day he was buried
ai sea with full military honors.
Fireman Hardison was a studer.t
at New Hanover High school when
he enlisted in Aug. 1943. After
training at Bainbridge, Md.,. he
was assigned to his ship and went
to the Pacific area in Nov. 1944,
for active service until his death.
He is survived by his parents,
two sisters, six brothers, and his
maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. S. Mintz, of Wilmington.
-V
Liberty Ship Reported
Lost In The Atlantic
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. —(A>)
The War Shipping Administration
announced today the loss of the
Liberty Ship Jonas Lie in the At
lantic “a few weeks ago.”
Two merchant seamen were miss
ing and three others injured af!*r
a submarine torpedo struck the
merchantman.
Built at Savannah, Ga., in Au
gust. 1942, the Jonas Lie was re
turning to this country after deli
vering a military cargo in ine
United Kingdom.
MRS. DAVID BRYAN SPIVEY,
whose marriage of Oct. 29, is an
nounced. Mrs. Spivey is the former
Rebecca Winifred Daniels, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Daniels
of Wilmington. Pvt. Spivey is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spivey
of Lake View. They are residing
at Camp Blanding, Fla.
Miss Candis McLamb,
John Davis Married
LUMBERTON, Feb. 24. — The
marriage of Miss Candis Arline
McLamb, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. McLamb of Lumber
ton, Route 2, to John Clarence
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Davis, of Red Springs
Route, took place at the Methodist
parsonage in Red Springs Janu
ary 21. The Rev. Allen Lee of
ficiated at the double ring cere
mony.
The bride wore a suit of blue
wool, with black accessories and
a pink orchid corsage. A graduate
of Philadelphus High school, she
is employed in Fayetteville. The
bridegroom holds a posistion at
the Laurinburg-Maxton Army Air
Base.
Among entertainments given for
the bride was an announcement
party and shower by Mrs. W. B.
Warren in Fayetteville; a party
and shower by Misses Belva and ;
Lida. McLamb of Dunn; a shower
by Mrs. Russell Humphrey of
Route 2; and a dinner party and |
house warming by the groom's
parents. I
* * *
Miss Nell Rose Hicks, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Hicks of j
Lumberton, became the bride of i
Technical Sgt. John Adams Sch- j
wartz of the U. S. Marine Corps,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam [
Schwartz of Irvington, N. J., in !
the Church of the Immaculate
Conception in Jacksonville, Fla.,
February 15. The Rev. Father
Richard Lyonas officiated.
Attending the bride as maid-of
honor was- WAVE Teele Tjovaras,
and James A. Sechser of the Navy
was the bridegroom's best man.
The bride is employed as a
bookkeeper in Jacksonvile. Sgt.
Schwarts recently returned to the
States after 20 months in the
South Pacific area and is station
ed at present at Jacksonville Na
val Air Station.
* * *
National Chief of Staff Mrs.
Helen Murphy of Union, N. J., and
Mrs. Civilia Stephenson of Char
lotte, state president, were guests
of the V. F. W. Auxiliary to Robe
son Post No. 2678 in an informal
meeting of the Auxliary at Hotel
Lorraine. Mrs. Johnnie L. Me*
Neill is local president.
-A
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