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Vows Spoken In Church MiS[ Arthur A. °} fnd Lieut, (j. g-> Robert E^’terc USNR. son of Mr. and E Wa H Waters, of this city J5fS' married in a lovely cere vere m Saturday afternoon, May rr‘°n:; v30 o’clock at St. Andrews 32. a1 , presbyterian church. ^Frederick W. Lewis, pastor of j church, officiated at the cere ’"The church was beautifully deco T h with palms and ferns as a Eckgroimd for large vases of white b ain i snapdragons and feverfew cathedral candles in branch ^candelabra: While the guests Jre assembling apd during the *.«>mony a program of nuptial ‘ was rendered by Henri Em f organist, and Mrs. Sam A. H. v Jr san “At Dawning” Troy. *j1m ,, _nfi ‘Because. . *ri , Hark:' McKeithan, sister f thp bride, was matron-of-hon t nd Miss Mary Bland and Miss Lalie Lewis, another sister, I bridemaids. They wore * Lc Of white made with bodice ff taffeta and full silk net skirts annliaued in taffeta. The neck t fwere heart shaped and the ,leeVes were short. They carried ,rm bouquets of pink carnations. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white duchess satin and illusion, featur ing a bodice of satin with round neckline outlined with illusion, and JuU shirt of illusion appliqued with White satan, which fell into a long graceful train. Her veil of silk net fell from a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of sieohanotis and white carnations centered with a orchid. She wore s pearl necklace and for-get-me pot bracelet, gift of the bride groom. Mrs. Lewis, mother of the bride, wore black chiffon and crepe trimmed in black sequins and a corsage of orchids, while Mrs. Waters, mother of the bridegroom, more a gown of black crepe trim mod in black lace and a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Harriet Silvia, maternal grandmother of the bride, wore black lace and a corsage of White carnations. Lieut. Waters was attended by hi., brother, L. H. Waters, Jr., as bes: man and ushers were Capt. Karlan McKeithan, William D. Sabiston of Carthage, Wiley Lane, Jr., of Raleigh and Bob Boyd. Following the ceremony a recep tion was given at the home of the bride’s parents. The home was decorated throughout with spring flowers, the bride’s table being centered with a large arrangement of white snapdragons and flanked with tall white tapers in silver holders. The bride’s cake, at one end of the table, was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Guests were received by parents of the couple, members of the bridal par.y and Mrs. W. D. Sabiston, of Carthage, sister of the bride groom. The bride’s cake was cut by Mrs. F. W. Selden, Jr., and punch was served during the eve ning by Miss Betty Halligan. As sisting in serving were the fol lowing friends Mary Carr Souther land, Jane Lewis, Mary Johnson, Mrs. B. F. Anderson and Mrs, Jack Barden. The bride wore for traveling a three-piece suit of Mulberry wool broadcloth with brown accessor ies and a corsage of orchids from her wedding bouquet. Following their wedding trip of three weeks in northern states they will be at home in Newport, R. _I. The bride, since finishing school, has peen connected with the At lantic Coast Line Railroad. Lieut. Waters received his B. S. degree from Wake Forest in 1942 where he majored in law and was a member of Gamma Eta Gamma and Beta Phi Gamma and the local Alpha Omega. He has just returned from 14-months duty in the southwestern and central Pacific as commander of a PT boat, serving with the 21st Squad ron, which received a Presidential citation. His outfit also received a 'presidential citation from the president of the Philippines, hav ing taken part in six major en gagements. Out-of-town guests were: Riley Lane, Jr., of Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sabiston and son, Bil ly of Carthage; Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. J. P. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kopp and Mr. and Mr£. W. R. Roberson of Washington, N. C. Among those who honored the bride prior to her marriage were: Mrs. W. T. Brown, Mrs. John Halligan and Miss Betty Halligan, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Waters, Jr., Mrs. O. E. Lewis and Miss Jane Lewis, Miss Mary Bland, Mrs. Tames D. Neilson and Capt. and Mrs. Harlan McKeithan. ■ Write for FREE BEAUTY FOLDER ■ j? t«H» a delightful story about Stiilmaa'a H Reekie Cream. More than just a freckle ctftaa* * • m*k« «in lighter . . it's ■ texture softer . . smoother ^ Utt “cor*n* ■ Over 32,000,000 jars direcnoma fcsve been pur* chased at drug ■nd cosmetic counters in the last half century. A postal card brings this inter *,l,nt slory to you. ^ ■ JHE STILLMAN CO. A ^AURORA, ILL. Todays Pattern 9150 SIZES 34-50 MARIAN MARTIN Smart in any fabric, but sheer delight in dainty cottons or rayons. Soft feminine scallops make Pat tern 9150 just dressy enough. Choice of three sleeve lengths. Pattern 9150 comes in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50. Size 36 takes 2 7-8 yards 39-inch fabric. 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ISUHFED VITAMIN ENRICHED SALLY ANN BREAD that rich, hearty, wheat flavor . . . appetizing and appealing! ton’ll crave its fresh invigorating taste, ^®^atural flavor of wheat. ' r“‘ — Good For You * r C 1 t C f 0 e a t: CLUB CLOCK The Bradley’s Creek P. T. A. will meet on Friday evening May 24 at 7:30 o’clock. This meeting was postponed. The Myrtle Grove Home Demonstration club will be hos tess Thursday morning at 10 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Masonboro, South Wilming ton and Oak Hill clubs for a luncheon and flower show. The Woman’s society of Grace Methodist Church will begin the study class on West * of the Dateline, Thursday, May 17, at 10:30 a.m. The class will continue for four sessions on Tuesday and Thursday mor nings. The Ladies Aid Society of St. Matthew’s Lutheran church will meet Thursday evening at 8 o’cloc at the home of Mrs. Carl Misenheimer, Castle Haynes road. The Lakes Forest P. T. A. will meet this afternoon at 2:45 o’clock at the school for the final session of the year. The regular meeting of the Sunset Park P. T. A. will be held in the new building this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. The Cape Fear chapter, Unit ed Daughters of 4he Confeder acy, will hold the final business meeting of the year Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock in the ladies parlor of the First Pres byterian church. The Mothers club of Colonial Village will meet at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Hill, 172 Col onial Village Wednesday ev ening at 8 o’clock. -V Six Local Girls Named WCUNC Student Advisers GREENSBORO, May 14.—Junior advisers of new students at the Wo man’s college have been chosen by department heads. Their job will be to assist newcomers next fall in finding their way around campus and introducing them to various phases of college life. Advisers to freshmen will be Elizabeth Applewhite, and Peggy Mclver, Wilmington; Carol Arm strong, Elizabeth City; Elizabeth Bass and Anne Carter, Raleigh; Marjorie Belch, Dacia Lewis, Mar tha Moring, Ann Ravenel, Mary Frances Stack, and Margaret Spuier, Greensboro; Margaret Car ter and Eleanor Huffman. Morgan ton; Nacy Dozier, Rocky Mount; Patricia Elliott, West Orange, N. J.; Ellen Fisher, Clinton; Irene Fowler, Walnut Cove; Leonora Fulp, Jean C. Calhoun, Jane Irvin, Josephine and Katherine Medlock, Charlotte; Jane Harrell, Marsh ville; Helen Hinshaw, Julia Mc Lean, and Sara Wood, Winston Salem; Lucy Horne and Frances Jordon, Carolina Beach; Betty Lou Huffines, Granite Falls; Lillian James, Laurinburg; Ialeen John son, Hickory. Anne Julian, Salisbury; Nell Morrison and Marian Stpudemire, Spencer; Sara Layton, High Point; Vera Lovins and Betty Jo Wallis, Lenoir; Billie Lowe, Graham; Evelyn McLeod, Mars Hill; Irene Meekins, Washington; Irene Mel vin, Fayetteville; Dorothy Mizell, Zebulon; Harriet Poole, Freehold, N. J.; Margaret Reynolds, Turkey; Marie Robertson, Danville, Va.; Lucy Rodgers, Scotland Neck; Ola Ross, Aurora; Lois C. Smith, Vass; Margaret Southwick, Danville, Ky.; Gladys Storey, Murfreesboro; Mar garet Taylor, Asheville; Betty Wal droop, Franklin; Marian Weller, Rockester, N. Y.; Frances Wolfe, Front Royal, Va.; Lucy Wolfe, State Road; and Mary Young, Angier. Aiding with transfer students will be Misses, Kathryn Bradford, New ton; Helen Fales, Wilmington; Lucy Ann Pritchard, Carolina Beach; Florence Gordon, Pittsboro; Sara Helen Hoyle, Asheville; Jane [sley and Helena Williams, Ral eigh; Jane Moon, Louisburg; Ann Rowland, Henderson; and Mary Frances Stone, Stoneville. ■-V Reception Given For Bridal Couple Corporal and Mrs. Harold Bud din were entertained Thursday evening with a reception and show er at the home of Mrs. J. R. Hollis on Masonboro Sound. As sisting Mrs. Hollis as hostesses were Mrs- Sarah H. Holland, Miss es Freddie Flowers and Juanita Phillips. The house was artistically deco rated with a profusion of spring flowers. In the center of the bride’s table was a beautiful three-tiered wedding cake, sur rounded by a wreath of roses, top ped with a miniature bride and bridegroom, and at each end were white candles in crystal holders. As the couple entered the wed ding march was played on the cor net by Master Charles Hollis. Mrs. Sarah Holland presented the bridge with a corsage of pink car nations and bachelor buttons, then a lovely shower of china and crys tal in her chosen pattern was giv en her. Punch and dainties were served throughout the evening, the punch bowl being presided over by Miss Freddie Flowers. Corporal and Mrs. Buddin were married April 29th in Conway, S. C. Mrs. Buddin was formerly Miss Iris Stanley of Loris, S. C., and had been employed by the North Carolina Shipbuilding company for the past two years. Corporal Buddin, originally from Turbeville, S. C., recently return ed from India after serving two i and one-half years overseas with the Army Air Force* Hilda Emily Myers, M-Sgi. C. F. Wright Wed Here Ai Grace The marriage of Miss Hilda Em ily Myers, daughter of Mrs. Louise M. Brown and the late Leslie E. Myers, and M-Sgt. Charles F. Wright, United States Army Air Corps, son of the late J. M. and Amelia Wright of Woodbury, N. J., was solemnized in a quiet cere mony at Grace Methodist church parsonage on Friday afternoon, May 4, at 5 o’clock by the Rev. J. F. Herbert, pastor of the church. Sgt. Wright is stationed at Bluethenthal Army Air Base, The couple honeymooned in Western North Carolina. PERSONALS Miss Jane Williams is spending a week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as the guest of Mrs. S. M. Hines. Mrs. Hines is the former Rachel Carroll of Wilmington. * » • Mrs. Zebulon Stafford has return ed to her home in Cambridge, Md., after an extended stay in the city as the guest of Mrs. John Clayton Smith. * * * Mrs. F. D. Fick and nephew, David Hawkins have returned from Portsmouth, Va., where they visit ed Mrs. Fick’s brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hawkins, former residents of Wilmington. Mrs. T. H. Hawkins accompanied her daughter home to spend the summer at Wrightsville Beach. * * * • Mrs. Jack McEachern, who visit ed her family here last week has left for Lakeland, Fla., to make her home. * * • Henry B. Marshburn, who is a patient at the Medical College Hos pital of Virginia, in Richmond, is recuperating nicely. * * * Alva L. Mincy is a patient at James Walker Memorial hospital. * • * Mrs. W. H. Henderson, Jr., has returned to Washington, D. C., af ter a short stay here with her family. * * * Pfc. H. M. (Mac) Biddle, Jr., is spending a furlough with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Biddle on Carolina Beach. Pfc. Biddle is serving wiith the Air Corps and is stationed at La Junta, Col. * * • Mrs. W. L. Schutt, Sr., and Miss Emma Schutt have left for East St. Louis, to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Norris. Mrs. Norris is the former Wilhelmina Schutt of this city. • • * Claude W. Jordan, Jr., tffto has been on an extended visit in New York city, has returned to his home here. -V-, Jane King, Irene Bame Tapped By Fraternity CHARLOTTE, May 14. — Miss Irene Bame, junior daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bame of Caro lina Beach, and Miss Jane King, senior daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F- L. King, of Wilmington, have been tapped into membership of Alpha Kappa Gamma, regional honorary leadership fraternity for women at Queens college here, where they are students. Alpha Kappa Gamma is compos ed of girls who possess the quali ties of true leadership and has as its purpose the assisting in any way possible in the integration of corn pus activities. Miss King has been president of Alpha Delta Pi, social sorority, fo rthe past year, very active in the Student Christian Association, editor of the Quill, college literary magazine, and a member of Alpha Iota, business fraternity. Miss Bame has been very active in the Student Christian Associa tion. • * * WAC Pvt. Jane Fox Weds Cpl. C. G. Twiddy CAMP DAVIS, May 14.—Pvt. Elizabeth Jane Fox of the Woman’s Army Corps detachment, and Cpl. Calvin G. Twiddy, also of Camp Davis, were married Friday night in the station chapel. The cere mony was performed by Mai. Richard R. Potter, station chap lain. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Hazel P. Fox of Plymouth. Pa. Corporal Twiddy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Twiddy of Terrell County tower of matchsticks CHICAGO, May 14.—(U.R)—Peter Ohlwein, 13, of Highland Park, 111., has a novel use for toothpicks. He has constructed a seven-foot repro duction of the Eiffel tower in Paris. FOR IRRITATION OF MINOR SKIN RASHES get this medicated powder. Contains in gredients often used by specialists for discomfort of simple rashes, diaper rash and chafing. Mexsana soothes and forms coat of protection on tender skin. Costs little. Always be sure to get Mexsana. W End your f»ar% this \ pleasant, easy way Why use strong-smelling soaps when a daily bath with fragrant, mildly medicated Cuticura Soap ( Stjf banishes grime and odor quickly? \ jl Finish with fragrant, borated \ | yl Cuticura Talcum to absorb per- \ I I f* spiration and guard against of- \| U ( fending. Buy at druggist’s today! Jl \ Ellen McGiri And Lieut. Kennedy Marry Sunday In Greensboro The marriage of Miss Ellen Mc Girt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'V. A. McGirt, of Wilmington, and Lieut. Alex Kennedy, Jr., son of Alex Kennedy and the late Mrs. Kennedy of Plainfield, N. J., was solemnized at the West Market Street Methodist church in Greens boro on Sunday morning, May 13, at 10 o’clock. The Rev. E. H. Nease, pastor of the church, was the officiating minister. Miss McGirt was given in mar riage by her father and wore a soldier blue gabardine suit with navy accessories and a corsage of yellow roses and gardenias. Lieut. Kennedy was attended by Milton Huber of Cranford, N. J-, his brother-in-law, as best man. Miss Edla Early, student at Greensboro college, and roommate of the bride, sang, “I Love You Truly”. Miss Early now makes her home in Norfolk, Va., she is a former resident of Wilmington. Mrs. McGirt wore for her daugh ter’s wedding a powder blue out fit with navy accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Milton Huber, of Cranford, N. J„ sister of the bridegroom, wore a dusty rose costume with white accessor ies and a corsage of pink roses. The bride is a graduate of New Hanover High school,, Wilmington, and was a student at Greensboro college at the time of her mar riage. Lieut. Kennedy is a graduate of of Rutgers university and prior to entering the service in 1940 was editor of the Clinton Democrat in New Jersey, and has just return ed after two and a half years serv ice in the European Theater. Those from out-of-town attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. McGirt, parents of the bride; W. A. McGirt, Jr., Mrs. T. A. Smoot and Mrs. T D. Love, Jr., all of Wilmington and Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton Huber of Cranford, N. J„ sis ter and brother-in-law of the bride groom. Following the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to western North Carolina. The bride was honored at a number of parties by her class mates at Greensboro college prior to her marriage. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McGirt, also enter tained on Saturday evening in their honor. -V PRIZES LINCOLN CANE CHICAGO, May 14—(U.R)—William J. Bock of Chicago has a unique collection of more than 200 canes. Among them is a thick gnarled cane once used by Abraham Lin coln. He says it was given to his father by Lincoln. Evelyn Brown Named To Election Committee GREENSBORO, May 14.—Elec tion board at the Woman’s college has been appointed by Miss Sarah Moss, Hickory, student govern ment president. Members of the board will have charge of ' rules for campaigning, acceptance of nominees, counting of votes, and regulations concerning all elec tions. Chairman of the board will be Miss Celeste Ulrich, of Baltimore, .mu. uuiers on me committee in clude Misses Jean Ross, Norwood; Lucy Wilmott, Bethesda, Md.; Betty Hoyle, Slielby; and Evelyn Brown, Wilmington. -V Luncheon Meeting Of Home Clubs Set The Wrightsboro and Castle Haynes Home Demonstration clubs will hold a joint meeting in the Wrightsboro clubhouse this morn ing at 11 o’clock. A pot-luck lunch will be served. All members are urged to be present. -V BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Homer K. Worth ington announce the birth of a son, Alan Barrett, May 9, at Marion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Worthington is the former Lucille Vernon of Cur rie. Relieves it Quickly When you have a bad night and wake the next morning feeling foggy, jittery and generally “all-in” let “BC” lend a helping-hand. “BC” offers extra-fast relief because its ingredients are readily assimilated. Also relieves neuralgia and muscu lar aches. 10c and 25c sizes. Use only as directed. Consult a physician when pains persist. »■ ■ PP SCHOOL STUDENT CHRISTENS SHIPi _ i Hie S. S. Simoon, 214th ship to near completion at the yard of the North Carolina Shipbuilding com- ' pany, was launched at 2 p.m. yes terday under the sponsorship of Miss Miriam Inez Cook, of Con cord, whose school led the state in a recent War Bond purchasing contest sponsored by the State War Finance committee. j Her attendants were Miss Louise Cannon, 8, also of Concord, and j Miss Polly Admondson, 16, of Tar boro High school. It is understood that their schools also placed high in the competition. Among schools, in addition to Concord and Tarboro, officially represented at the launching were Rocky Mount, Washington, Eliza beth City, Corolla and Wilming ton. Following the launching, the school children were guests at a reception. The U. S. Simoon is a C-2 type vessel. -V SON JOINS FATHER’S OUTFIT PORTLAND, Me., May 14—(U.R) —Lt. Col. William D. 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