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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, March 04, 1945, FINAL EDITION, Image 11

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Rabbi Thurman
To Begin Series
Of Book Reviews
vir,t Of Group Will Be On
J p .n;e Pyle’s "Brave Men’,
Tuesday. March 13th
... Mordecai M. Thurma will
Bilbh -'ninth season of book re
ope" tuc dav evening, March 13,
vief^ k in the Temple of Is
re tvde.t he discusses ‘Brave
ff bv Ernie Pyle.
W^is will be the first in a series
TP hi weekly reviews under
'tnice of the Ladies' Con
to* aUsoc;etv of the Temple.
cW.dl?ih.er offering will be taken
A h rcyiew and the proceeds
ah,efe divided equally between the
S flU campaign and the Unit
j Tpwish Appcsi
^The reviews are open to the pub
lic « *
Business Women's
Club Has Meeting
rfhp Business and Professional
Jmen’s club held their regular
Opting Fridav night, March 2nd,
Tfo’clock in the Friendly dining
SiTvriih Mrs. Louise B. Polvogt,
^resident, presiding.
p Prior to the program, a business
..Lino was held, and the follow
L officers for the current year
i, elected and installed: Mrs.
?L,c B. Polvogt as president,
Hoth Humphrey as vice-president.
veroa Sheppard as secretary, and
H°nri Lennon as treasurer,
jlrs. Ida B. Kellarn, Educational
chairman, was in chaige of the
w-omam and had as her guest
speaker. George Willard, Coordina
wr of Diversified Education of New
Hanover county, who spoke on
‘Vocational Guidance.” Mr. Wil
lard explained the meaning of “Vo
cational Guidance” and iis relation
with the Vocational department,
and enlightened the club on some
of the work that was being done
in the local schools by the Voca
tional deoartment.
Members attending were: Mes
dames Ida B. Kellam, Ann D. Or
rell, Louise B. Polvogt, Louise Mil
ler. Misses Cordelia Foster, Verna
Sheppard. Mary Henri Lennon,
Kin, Humphrey, Maude Hughes.
Katharine Orrell. and Evelyn
The club was delighted to have
Mrs. Minnie Rose as their guest
for the evening.
The Easter candy has been or
dered and members are asked to
contact Ruth Humphries at 7741
for their orders.
* * *
Home Demonstration
Agent’s Schedule
a.-..* TUToenn home H *»m -
stration agent, has announced this
tveek's schedule as follows:
Monday, Office a.m. Castle
Haynes Community p.m.
Tuesday, Winter Park Senior 4-H
club; Masonboro Home Demonstra
tion club at 2:30 in home of Mrs.
Eufas LeGrand.
Wednesday. Winter Park 4-H
club, Wrightsboro 4-H club, South
Wilmington and Carolina Beach
Hoad Community Home Demon
stration club at Mrs. H, M. Riven
Thursday. Lake Forest Home
Demonstration club at home of
Mrs. A. Ludeke. 2:30 o’clock.
Friday, Office a.m. Oak Hill
Home Demonstration club at home
of Mrs. W. R. Davis at 2:30 o’clock.
Saturday, Office.
During 1he month of March dem
onstrations will be given on “well
Planned Meals From the Pantry
Shelves." by the Home Agent.
With A
5.50 to 25.00
Troutman's Beauty Salon
107 Chestnut St. Dial 7642
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!' Just Received Shipment of !
; Including:
| A Variety of Mottoes About
i, —also—
II Large Selection of
Saster Caras
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ELIZABETH ANNE WHITNEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wesley Whitney. 3rd. of Bala-Cynwyd. Pa., whose engagement has
been announced to Pfc. Rose Cranse Harrelson, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Harrelson of Tabor City. Miss Whitney attended West
ninster college, New Wilmington, Pa. Pfc. Harrelson attended The
litadel. Charleston. S. C.. and was graduated from Duke university.
ie attended the University of North Carolina Medical School and is
low attending Jefferson Medical college, Philadelphia. The wedding
s planned for June.
Thursday Music
Club Will Meet
The monthly meeting of the,
Thursday Morning Music club will
be held this week in St. James'
Great Hall at 11 o'clock.
Leaders will be Mrs. J. D. Ed
wards and Mrs. Ashley T. St.
The program for March is on
the subject, A Matter of Form,
and is as follows:
• March, A Matter Ox Form,
String Ensemble—“Blue Danube
Waltz”, Strauss: Mrs. J. D. Ed
wards. Mrs. Lewis Ormond, Mrs.
Samuel Warshauer, Mrs. Grant
Boyer, Mrs. James K. Paul. Mrs.
J. Swart, Miss Willxelmina Schutt,
M 's. B. H. Thomason at the Piano.
Sonata No. 6, Theme and Varia
tions, Moz.art; Mrs. Ashley St.
String Ensemble — “Quartette
from Rigoletto (Arr.l G. Verdi;
Blue Danube, Straus; Our Waltz,
David Rose, Mrs. J. D. Edwards,
Mrs. Earl Ralston. Mrs. Samuel
Warshauer Mrs. James K. Paul,
Mrs. J. Swart, Miss Margaret Me
Clammy and Mrs. B. H. Thoma
Song, “Annabell Lee" by Henri
* * •
Grace Methodist
Classes To Meet
The various branches of Grace
Methodist church will meet as fol
Wesleyan Guild with Mrs. Co
lumbia Turner Bradford, 809 Ann
street, Wednesday at 8 o’clock.
Junior Guild Tuesday evening at
8 o’clock at the church.
W. S. C. S. will observe the
monthly Church Day as follows:
Spiritual Life Groups 11 a.m.; Cir
cles 11:30 a.m. Business 12 noon,
luncheon 1:15 p.m. With circle 5
as hostess.
# * *
1st Sgt. and Mrs. S. F. Sistrunk,
Jr., announce the birth of a daugh
ter, Barbara Ann. February 28, at
Marion Sprint annex. Mrs. Sis
trunk is the former Dorothy Cole
man. Sgt. Sistrunk is now serving
with the Armed Forces in France.
Junior Sorosis
Will Hold Meet
Friday Evening
Mrs. Charles E. Doake. Fed
eration Officer, Will Be
Speaker At Supper Meet
The regular meeting of North
Carolina Junior Sorosis schedulec
for Monday evening has been post
poned until Friday evening at. 1
o’clock at which time a suppe
meeting will be held.
Mrs. Charles E. Doake, execu
tive secretary of the North Caro
lina Federation of Women's clubs
will be the speaker or the eve
* • *
Thalians Will Hold
Try-outs Again Monday
Thalian try-outs will be heli
again Monday night at 8 o’clocl
in the Great Hall at St. James
parish house.
All persons interested in littl
theatre work are invited to atten
this meeting as a cast must d
selected for the next production
“Kind Lady,” which is schedule'
to be staged here the second wee:
in April. This is being staged ur
der the direction of Howard Gans
* * *
Lieut. (j.g.r John C. Wessell. Jr
and Mrs. Wessell announce t h
birth of a daughter. Jean Lindsay
on March 1, at Marion Sprunt an
nex. Mrs. Wessell is the forme
Miss Jean Hall of this city. Lieuten
ant Wessell is serving in the Pa
MRS. JOHN AUGUSTUS REHDER. who before her marriage of
February 3, was Stasia Patricia Zminkouski. Army Nurse Corps
lieutenant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zminkouski of Ashton, R. I
Lieut. Rehder is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rehder of Wilmington.
Miss Perkins,
Li. VanDyke Wed
The marriage of Miss Meredith
Perkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Perkins of Sunset Park, be
came the bride of Lieut. George
G. VanDyke, U. S. Army of Grand
Rapids, Mich., on February 7, at
8:30 o’clock in the evening in the
Burton Heights Methodist church
in Grand Rapids.
The Rev. L. B. Niles, pastor of
the church officiated, and the vows
were spoken before an altar flank
ed with palms and large baskets
of white flowers, interspersed with
branched candelabra holding cathe
dral tapers. '
Before the ceremony a program
of nuptial music was rendered by
the church organist, and Mrs. Shep
ard sang “O Promise Me’’ (De
Koven). The Wedding March from
Lohengrin was played for the pro
cessional. The double - ring cere
mony was used, and immediately
following the prayer by the pastor,
the couple remained kneeling at
the altar, while Mrs. Shepard sang
“The Lord’s Prayer” (Malotte).
Mendelssohn’s traditional Wedding
“The Lord’s Prayer” (Malotte).
Mendelssohn’s traditional Wedding
March was used for the recession
William H. Marcus, II, of Grand
Rapids, was best man.
The bride entered the church
alone, and wore a white slipper
satiri wedding gown fashioned with
sweetheart neckline, long fitted
sleeves, and a long fitted bodice.
The full gathered skirt of silk net
over satin extended into a train.
Her finger-length veil was of silk
net, bordered with lace, and was
held in place by a coronet of or
ange blossoms. She carried a show
er bouquet of white roses and car
Miss Doreen VanDyke sister of
the bride-groom was the bride’s
maid-of-honor and wore a beauti
ful dress of light pink net over
satin which was fashioned along
similar lines as the one worn by
the bride. She carried an arm bou
quet of pink roses and snapdragons
tied with pink tulle.
Mrs. T. VanDyke, mother of the
bridegroom, wore a gown of black
ri'Pnp anrl n f'nritnoo
red roses.
Immediately after the ceremony
a reception was held at the home
of the bridegroom, 103 Elm street,
Grand Rapids, Mich., for a small
circle of family and friends.
Laler the couple left by automo
bile for a short wedding trip to
■ Holland, Mich., returning to Grand
• Rapids for a brief visit before Lt.
t VanDyke reported for further duty.
The bride for the past several
years has been employed by the
People's Building and Loan As
ciation of Wilmington. Mrs. Van
" Dyke will make her home with her
. parents in Sunset Park.
Lt. VanDyke is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. VanDyke of Grand
Rapids, and before entering the
service in 1940 was affiliated with
General Motors, of that city.
* * *
Bradley’s Creek
! P.-T. A. Will Meet
A special meeting of the Brad
; ley's Creek P.-T. A. has been call
1 ed by Mrs. Paul Werner, parent
; education chairman, at which time
. Mrs. Earl W. Burgner will lead
1 a discussion on Social Hygiene,
t The meeting will be held at 2
. nVlnrk TnnrsHav in thp srhnnl lib
- rary.
All parents are urged to atten
and a special invitation is extern
ed to all mothers who will hav
. children entering the school for tt
; first time next fall.
* * *
The Methodist Youth Fellowshi
of Burgaw will present a speci;
program tonight at 8 o'clock. Til
public is invited.
Wyoming', whose marriage to Cpl. Bonner Havens Thomason took
place Saturday afternoon. Febriiai’y 17 at St. Mark's Episcopal
church in Casper. Cpl. Thomason is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Thomason of Forest Hills. Wilmington.
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