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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, May 27, 1945, FINAL EDITION, Image 13

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Miss Crawley,
Sgt. Ellis Wed
The wedding of Miss Celia Nan
tte Crawley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs soger J. Crawley of Wilson,
Sgt. Steven G. Ellis, son of Mr.
d Mrs. G. S. Ellis of Utah, was
solemnized on Saturday, May 5, at
7 p m. in the chapel at Camp
Cr0ft, Spartanburg, S. C.
Captain R. L. Dulin, chaplain, of
ficiated at the double ring eere
ny in the presence of relatives
Jnd "friends.
The chapel was beautifully de
corated with palms and arrange
ments of gladioli.
Prior to and during the cere
mM-r a program of nuptial rrjusic
was rendered by the chapel organ
IStThe bride entered with her father
hv whom she was given in marri
,2e wearing a suit of white wool,
'tth powder blue accessories. She
carried an orchid on a white Bi
ble.
Cpj r. J. Crawley, brother of
the bride, attended as best man.
Immediately following the cere
mony a dinner was served at the
Elite Restaurant for the wedding
arty and out-of-town* guests.
The bride is a graduate of At
lantic Christian college, Wilson.
For the past year she has made
her home in Wilmington, where she
was employed in the Treasury de
partment of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad company.
The bridegroom received his ed
ucation at the University of South
er California an for the past five
years has been a member of the
Armed Forces of the United States
having served overseas during the
North African campaign. At pre
sent. he is stationed at Camp
Croft, S- C.
Af.er a short wedding trip to the
western part of North Carolina, the
couple returned to their home in
Spartanburg.
Those attending from Wilmington
were Misses Barbara Batchelor,
Sheila Costin and Elsie Orrell.
1
PVT. AND MRS. RAYMOND ALBERT BRINDELL, JR., whose
P^ace May 1, at St. Theresa Catholic church at
Albany, Oa. Mrs. Brindell, who is visiting Pvt. Brindell's parents
\Ler,fr’ 1S,,the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James William Carr of Great
j alls, Montana. She is the former Margaret Ann Carr.
Miss Jane McCulloch,
Popular Bride-Elect,
Honored With Parties
ELIABETHTOWN, May 26.
Since the announcement of her en
gagement to Mott Papfcs Blair, 3rd
USNR., of Atlanta, £&., and Eliza
bethtown, Miss Jane McCulloch,
daughter of Mrs. E. F. McCulloch,
has been tendered many social
courtesi^. The whirl of parties was
started in action by Miss Lucille
Fisher who entertained with five
tables of bridge. And, then followed
the following lovely parties in rapid
succession: Mesdames Lawrence
Corgett, R. H. Work and Miss Eve
lyn Case at White Lake, Mrs. C.
R. Jordan, Jr., and Miss Carolyn
Jordan, Mrs. Boyd Hammer and
Miss Dorothy Williamson, Mrs. JR.
S. Cromartie and Mrs. J. H. Clark,
Mrs. N. L. Tatum, Mrs. Robert
Hamilton, Miss Joan Craven in
Clarkton. Mrs. J. D. Williams, Mrs.
J. L. Collier and Miss Francis
Smith.
The wedding will take place on
June 2 at 7:30 o’c.ock at historic
Methodist Church. Mesdames
George H. Hall. Jr., and George
H. Hall, 3rd, will entertain at a
rehearsal and cake cutting party
on Friday night. June 1. Mrs, and
Mrs. J. S. Blair and Dr. and Mrs.
J. L. Williams of Clinton will en
tertain the bridal party and out-of
town guests at a luncheon on the
day of the wedding.
* * *
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A Nelson
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mary Jane, on May 11 at Marion
Sprunt annex.
CLUB CLOCK
The auxiliary birthday meet
ing of the Presbyterian church
of Carolina Beach will be held
on Monday evening at 8 o’clock
at the home of Mrs. Herbert
Biddle, 214 Hamlet avenue.
The executive committee of
the woman's auxiliary of the
Carolina Beach Presbyterian
chruch will be held ’Monday
evening at 7:30 o’clock at the
home of Mrs. Herbert Biddle,
214 Hamlet avenue.
The Women’s Society of
Christian Service of the Fifth
Avenue Methodist church will
continue the mission study
class on West of the Dateline,
Tuesday and Thursday at 3
9’clock at the ladieg parlor.
A meeting of the Women's
Missionary Society of South
side Baptist church will be
held Tuesday afternoon at 3
o’clock at the church. The
Subeams will meet at the
same hour.
Goldenrod chapter, No. 142,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold the regular meeting
Monday evening at 8:15
o'clock in the Masonic Tem
ple.
The Woman’s Auxiliary of
Pearsall Memorial Presby
terian church will hold a birth
day meeting immediately fol
lowing Sunday school Miss
Ada McMurphy, returned mis
sionary from the Orient, will
be the speaker.
The Mothers club of Colonial
Village will meet Wednesday
evening at 8 o’clock at the
home of Mrs. A. R. Johnson,
151 Pnlnnial Villacro
* * *
Miss Annette Salomon
Entertained At Party
LUMBERTON May 26, —In com
pliment to Miss Annette Salomon oi
Seattle, Wash., whose engagement
to Stanley Sugar of St. Pauls, USN,
on duty in the Pacific, has been
announced. Mrs. Ernest Fleishman
and Mrs. Emanuel Sugar entertain
ed at luncheon in the banquet hall
of the Lorraine hotel. Other honor
guests, all of whom were presented
gifts, were the bride-elect’s mother
Mrs. A. W. Salomon of Seattle, Mrs
John Kravitz and Mrs. Sam Taylor
of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Sey
mour Morse of Winter Haven, Fla.
Fifty guests from St. Paul,
Fairmont, Clintcn, Fayetteville,
Wilmington and Lumberton attend
ed the 3-course luncheon and later
went to the homes of the hostesses
for an afternoon of bridge. Higl
score prize at bridge was awardee
Mrs. A. Swartz of Fayetteville. Con
solatieti gifts went to Mrs. M.
Fleishman of Fayetteville and
Mrs. Ada Frank of Philadelphia
Pa* houseguest of Mrs. -A. Wein
stein.
Mrs. A. E. Dougles was hostess
to her bridge club and several ad
ditional friends, particularly ii
honor of her sister, Mrs. Bob Mof
fitt of Miami, Fla., who is her hous<
guest. At the conclusion of play
Mrs. R. O. Maxwell was awardee
high score prize and Mrs. J. Leroj
Townsend, low, for members
while Mrs. J. C. Culbreath re
ceived high for guests. The host
ess presented gifts to her sistei
and to Mrs. R. C. Ivey, who is
moving soon from Lumberton.
Officers for the new club yeai
beginning in July were elected a1
the dinner meeting of the Lumber
ton Business and Professional Wo
men’s club at Hotel Lorraine, with
Miss Ruth Nance presiding. Miss
Nina Pittman was elected president
Miss Noia Dalton, vice-president;
Miss Nola Dalton, vice-president:
Miss Sophia Redmond, recording
secretary; Miss Annie McLean,
corresemding secretary: Miss
Ruth Nance, treasurer. The club
will entertain at the Servicemen’s
club fourth Sunday in June. Miss
Hettie Kate Akin was nominating
committee chairman.
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PERSONALS
Mrs. Elwood McFadyen is im
proving following an operation at
James Walker Memorial hospital.
* * *
Mrs. Thomas J. Kidd, Jr., and
daughter, Peggy Page Kidd, of
Birmingham, Ala., arrived Friday
afternoon to spend the summer at
Wrightsville Beach.
* * *
Lieut. Jack Murrell, grandson of
Coroner A. W. Allen, who has been
a German prisoner of war, is now
on furlough at his home in Cum
berland, Md. He will visit rela
tives in Wilmington next month.
* * *
T-Sgt. James B. Heidt, left Fri
day for Savannah, Ga., after spend
ing a two week’s' furlough with his
mother, Mrs. J. B. Heidt. He will
visit his brother, George B. Heidt
in Georgia before going to Miami,
Fla., for reassignment. He recent
ly returned to the states after 36
months overseas duty.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Snead and
young son, of Rockingham, are
spending several days in the city,
while here they are stopping at
the Cape Fear Hotel, Mr. and Mrs.
Snead formerly resided here.
* * *
Mrs. Frank M. Jolly has return
ed to her home in the city after a
months visit with her nieces, Mrs.
Dal D. Davis in Coral Gables, Fla..
Mrs. Lysle W. Johnson at Del Ray
Beach and Mrs. F. K. Boardman
of Jacksonville, Fla.
* * *
miss ixeisie suyes, aaugruei oa
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Suyes oi
Wrightsville, is home for a twc
week's vacation from the Golds
boro hospital, where she is in train
ing.
* * *
Flight Officer Roland W. Sasser,
Jr., U. S. Air Corps, of Albany,
Ga., is visiting his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. R. W. Sasser at theii
home, 2424 Market street.
* * *
Mrs. Marcus L. Goldstein has
returned to the city from a buy
ness trip to New York city.
♦ * *
Miss Mary Elizabeth Toms, stu
dent at Duke university, has ar
rived to spend the summer vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Toms.
* * *
Capt. J. C. Pretlow, Jr., Army
Exchange service, Camp Shelby,
Miss., will arrive Wednesday tc
spend a leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pretlow al
their home in the city. Miss Mar
guerite Kerr, of Louisville, Miss,
will also arrive Wednesday to be
the guest of the Pretlows.
* * *
Henry T. Padrick, AMM 1-c USN,
and his wife, Doris M. Padrick,
Sp.Q. I-c, Waves, have arrived tc
spend a 30-day furlough with rela
tives in the city. Mr. Padrick ha:
just returned from a years duty
in the Pacific.
* * *
Miss Phyllis Haar, student a
Coker collefe, has returned to th<
city to spend the summer with hei
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Haar
• * *
Reception Planned
At Calvary Church
A reception will be given on
Friday evening, Tune 1, at Calvary
Baptist church in honor of the
new pastor, the Rev. E. W Pate.
A very interesting program ha;
been arranged by Mrs. Nora B
Moore. Mrs. E. K. Sherman is
chairman of the reception commit
tee. Each organization of the
church will take part in the eve
ning’s program and special music
will be rendered during the eve
ning under the direction of Mrs.
Lila W.. Head.
All members and friends of the
congregation are invited to attend
The program follows:
Hymn No. 11, “O, Day of Rest
and Gladness,” Prayer, Church
Welcome, Choir—Music—Special
Ushers—Quartet, Sunday School
Bible Class — Church Builders
Helping Hand class—What I Car
Do for My Church, Fidelis Class—
Dialog on Faith, T. E. L. Class
Spirit of Jesus in Leadership, Ruth
Class—Strength in Christ’s Pur
pose, Intermediate Department,
Junior Department The Master
Builder, Primary Department Wei
come Song, 3eginners Department
Love, Cradle Roll Departmen
Thanksgiving, Baptist Training
Union—The Best Way, W. M. U
Prayer.
MRS. DONALD C. WIGGS, of
Wilmington, who before her mar
riage on May 12, at Conway, S. C.,
was Miss Esther Pearl Parker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D.
Parker of Wilmington. Mr. Wiggs
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Wiggs of Wilmington.
High Point Party
Fetes Bride-Elect
HiGH POINT, May 26, — As a
bridal courtesy for Miss Doris
Caldwell of Wilmington, who will
wed George Frederick Tienken of
that city in June, Mrs. Robert Bain
entertained with an attractive par
ty at her home in Emerywood Es
tates.
The place of Miss Caldwell was
marked by a miniature bride’s
slipper of China, which held a col
orful nosegay of mixed flowers,
and pink roses and blue larkspur
gave an effective floral setting in
the entertaining rooms.
Bridge and rook furnished enter*
tainment and high score prize, a
linen handkerchief, went to Miss
Maude Burrows when cards were
laid aside while Mrs. Dean Hay
worth wop a rose bowl as runner
up prize. At the rook tables, Miss
Ruth Wood was high scorer and
won a linen handkerchief and the
bingo prize went to Miss Martha
Kirkman.
To the honoree, Mrs. Bain pre
sented a gift of China in her se
lected pattern.
When cards were laid aside, the
guests were invited into the dining
room where a shower of lovely
miscellaneous gifts were arranged
on an attractive table, covered
with a cloth of cutwork and lace,
with candelabra holding white tap
ers completing the appointments.
Later a salad with accompanying
delicacies were served to Miss
Miss Caldwell, her mother, Mrs.
G. C. Caldwell; sister, Mrs. Fred
Munday, and Mesdames Lucille
McCrary, James Greene, Harold
Dorsett, Elmer James. Dean Hay
worth, Robert Till, Ford Wilson
and Misses Ellen Jensen, Clarice
Norman, Maude Burrows, Pearl
Cridlebaugh, Ruth Wood and Mar
tha Kirkman.
• * •
Audrey Mae Walton
Will Graduate From
Brevard College
BREVARD, May 26.—Miss Au
drey Mae Walton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Walton of
Carolina Beach, will graduate
from the pre-college division of
Brevard college at exercises to
be held on June 4.
Miss Walton is a member of
the band and the Memosynean
• literary society.
i—>
Joyce Ann Bland,
Pfc. Perkins Wed
At Handford, Calif.
The marriage of Miss Joyce
Am Bland and Pfc. William Har
jld Perkins was solemnized on
Saturday, May 19, at 6:30 o’clock
at the Episcopal Church of the
savior at Handford, Calif.
The Rev. J. S. Olsen officiated
using the double ring ceremony.
Prior to the ceremony the church
organist rendered a program of
nuptial music.
Mrs. J. S. Olsen attended the
bride as matron-of-honor. lVe
wore a navy blue outfit with white
accessories and a white gardenia
hat and matching corsage.
The bride attired in an aqua
suit with brown accessories also
wore white gardenias.
Pfc. Lee E. Reid of Lemore,
Calif., attended as best man.
Immediately after the ceremony
Rev. and Mrs. Olsen entertained
in honor of the wedding party
and friends.
Mrs. Perkins is the daughter of
Mrs. George T. Bland, of this city
and the late Mr. Bland of Raleigh.
Pfc. Perkins is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Perkins also of
this city.
The couple will reside in Hand
ford, where he is now stationed.
* * *
Margaret C. Woody
John Southerland WTed
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Woody
of Greenville Sound, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Mar
garet Calder, to John E. Souther
land, Jr.
The marriage took place on De
cember 23, 1944, at Dillon, S. C.
They are making their home at 415
Orange street.
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