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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, June 03, 1945, FINAL EDITION, Image 11

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Cape Fear UDC
Chapter Plans
Social Tuesday
The Cape Fear chapter, Unitec
n -Kilters of the Confederacy, wit
r1,?., special meeting on Tues
a afternoon. June 5. in obser
fla;ce of Jefferson Davis’ birth
V . The event will be given a;
S home of the president, Mrs
rharlf' Lee BraSf?’ 1802 Market
sTreet. at 4 o'clock.
‘ The program will be as follows:
America, sung by the assembly;
‘lioop e address by the presi
In*- rending of the ritual, by the
fhanter's chaplain. Mrs. H. S. Me.
fa.P praver. By Rev. A. J. How
,. 'piedee of Allegiance to the
Salute to the Confederate
iJ' Rev. Howell: reading of the
nue’and the Gray: solo by Mrs.
fnuis Hanson: reading of the
essay. "Jefferson Davis” by
Ls J. Howell; violin solo,
,j D. Edwards; southern
„n«s closing with Dixie by the
assemblv with Miss Elise Allen
It accorroanist; social hour.
* * *
_ , * ..
01II ‘T’tuMV —
Circles To Convene
The circles of Fifth Avenue
Methodist church will meet this
week as follows.
] Mrs. W. H. Schaefer, 1906
r|st<tnut street, at 3t30 o clock.
2—Mrs. L. L Motte, chairman,
with Mrs. W. R. Dosher. 11 North
j;ji street. Monday at 3:30 o’clock
3_Mrs. P R- Rasberry, chair
rnan. with Mrs. Elizabeth Howell,
723 South Fifth street Tuesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock.
"5—Mrs. C. D. Barclift, chairman,
with Mrs. L. M. DuRant. 1808 Ann
street, Tuesday evening at 8
6_Mrs. J. F. Gholson, chairman,
with Mrs. L. W. Brookshire, 115
Park Terrace, Monday evening at
8 o'clock.
7—Mrs. N. C. Magnuson, chair
nt-c. with Mrs. T. A. Highfill, 17
Court-S. Lake Forest. Tuesday eve
nir.2 a: 8 o'clock.
The Young Women’s circle, Mrs.
H. W. Keen, chairman, at the
church Tuesday evening at 8
Temp'e Baptist
Circle To Convene
The circles of Temple Baptist
church will meet as follows:
: Mrs. L N. Elliot, 2020 Wool
coil avenue. Monday 4 p.m.
2. Mrs. I. W. Willis, 1912 Nun
street. Monday 4 p.m.
3. Mrs. H. W. Wells, 204 North
16th street Monday 4 p.m.
4. Mrs. R. E. Piner, 1910 Wool
cdt avenue, Tuesday 8 p.m.
The .Mamie Atkinson circle,
Mrs. J. H. Edge, Market Street
road. Thursday at 3:30 p.m.
Miss Agnes Chasten’s
Pupils Give Program
23i£ Z%TTy ”«*"
The James Great Hall
llp. . Rosalind Picot?* lm
Pixies Goodnight” m,..
Sara Evans
"The Elfe and the Fairy”
Margaret" Crowe(Bentl"ey
Air de Ballet” _ m
, Molly Adams' P '
On the Meadow”-(Lichner;
..ta Luan Lawson
Dance Caprice” ..... (Cadmus]
Catherine Post
‘ Canzcnetta” .. (NevinJ
Nell Trask
"La Lisonjera” .. . (Chaminade)
,.Th . Ann. Post
The Smgmg Tower” .... (Munn)
‘■a at . Nancy Trask
Au Matin” - (Godard)
"Etude” ma Kingoff ■
' . (Schytte)
Ann Parmer
Romance” ,T „ ~
n ,u - (La Forge)
Catherine Crowe
Hidden Waterfall” . (Chenoweth)
. Mavis Sykes
Romance” - (Sibelius)
„T n Eugene Mauney
Le Papillon” _____ (Lavaiee)
„at , -^lita Bryant
Malaguena” (Lecuona)
Lon Ussery
* * *
First Baptist Church
Circles Will Convene
The circles of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the First Bap
tist church will meet at 4 o’clock
Monday afternoon as follows:
2 ^S' L;„R' Reynolds’ Leland.
• Mrs. W. R. Hartsfield, 709
Dock street.
3 Mrs. John Stevens, 1520 Chest
nut street.
¥Trs- L^F. Gore. 2222 Metts
o. Mrs. Travis Johnson, 2417
Chestnut street.
6. Mrs. Herman Moore, 211
Northern boulevard at 3:30.
Business Woman’s Circle No. 7
meets Tuesday 3 p.m. in the Rel
creational Hall of the church.
Business Woman's circle No. 8,
meets Tuesday 8 p.m. with Miss
Dessie Harrelson. 17 south Fourth
» * *
Southside Baptist
Circles Will Meet
The circles of the Woman’s Mis
sionary Society of Southside BaD
tist church will meet Tuesdav as
1. Mrs. C n. Brewer. 15 Hud
son Drive 3:3C p.m.
.2. Mrs. H. Hayes. 520 South Sec
ond street 3:30 p.m.
3. At the church at 3:30 p.m.
4. Mrs. Woodrow Copeland. 609
Central Boulevard 8 p.m.
Lake Forest circle with Mrs
Charpin, 9 Court-B, 11 a.m.
MavM2fiS'atCStIFp=,<Tr ^°fuRIS’ Ju " u'hi? b6f0re marr!aSe to Lieut. Morris on Saturday evening,
r at^S/k Siv/rLuth^la?7 church here was Miss Evelyn Florence Volk, daughter of Mrs. Edna
C. A oik and the late Marc G. Volk of Wilmington. Lieut. Morris is the son of Mr. and Mrs Cliff C
Morris, also of Wilmington. V"UAA
Sixth Annual Tar Heel Girls'
State Opens Soon In Greensboro
T\ TT> TTfcTri T-» /-\n T n ~
vjiiAJijiwuuinj uuc j,-VjrUVcJ
nor R. Gregg Cherry. Senato
Clyde R. Hoey and Secretary c
State R. Eure are some of the visil
ing specialists in government wh
will augment the faculty of the Wo
man’s college as staff for the sixt
annual Tar Heel Girls' State,whic
will open at the college Sunda;
night, June 10, for a five-day stu
dy of the techniques of governmen
and good citizenship.
Sponsored by the North Carolin?
department of the American Le
gion auxiliary, ' Girls’ State is :
practical laboratory of America!
government and community living
It is directed by Charles W. Phil
lips, director of public relations ?1
- me conege, ana is administered bj
r a commission from the auxiliary
f which Mrs. Weaver Mann, New'
. ton. heads. Attendance this yeai
> is limited to 200 girls who are
. juniors and seniors in high schools
•j of the state, and the quota was
i filled several weeks ago. The girls
i will be housed in two of the college
. residence halls and will have their
1 meals in one of the dining halls.
Miss Louise Alexander, associate
professor of political science at
■ the college, will for the sixth year
be the principal faculty member,
conducting daily forums on various
phases of government. She will be
assisted by Miss Harriet Elliott,
dean of women and professor < f
political science, and other faculty
members and visiting specialists,
j Dr. Eugene E. Pfaff. professor
j of political science, who is return
ing to the college from a two years'
leave of absence as director of the
Southern Council on International
Relations, will speak at the open
ing session Sunday.
Senator Hoey will speak to the
youthful citizens of Girls’ State
Monday, June 11. The secretary of
state will be visiting speciaiist Wed
nesday, when organization of the
General Assembly will be studied.
He will be assisted by members of
the legislature.
At the annual banquet Thursday
night, June 14, Dr. W. C. Jackson,
chancellor of the college, will, ac
cording to custom, be speaker. Gov
ernor Cherry will be guest of honor
and will bring greetings from the
state. Among Legion auxiliary re
presentatives who will be present
will be Mrs. Wade Hendrix* States
ville, president; Mrs. Victor John
son. Pittsboro, Americanism chair
man. and Mrs. Mann, who will be
in attendance the entire time.
* * *
Edna rotter Weds
S^Sgt. C. R. Edmunds
NEW BERN, June 2—Miss Edna
M. Potter of New Bern, and S-Sgt.
Charles R. Edmunds of Chillicothe,
Texas, were married Friday night,
May 25, at the home of the offici
ating minister, the Rev. W. A.
Tew, in Bridgeton.
Mrs. B. 0. Goldin, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron-of-honor.
She wore pink and black crepe,
with white accessories, and a cor
sage of gardenias. S-Sgt. B. O.
Goldin was best man.
The bride was dressed in white
crepe, with white accessories, and
a corsage of red roses She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Potter of New Bern.
The bridegroom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Edmunds of Chilli
cothe, Texas. He is now stationed
at the Marine air station at Cherry
Point, following 18-months in the
Pacific theatre.
The couple will reside in New I
Bern. ■
Miss Marshburn,
Bride-Elect, Is
Honored At Party
Misses Helen Janicki, Helen Ma
nitsas and Jane Kern entertained
at a miscellaneous shower on Fri
day evening at the Castle Haynes
community clubhouse honoring
Miss Clara May Marshburn, bride
elect of this week. Miss Marsh
burn was presented with a cor
sage of gardenias by the host
Games were played during the
! evening and prizes were given to
Miss Evelyn Moody, Mrs. A. Lu
deka and Mrs. H. Van Schalie.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess at the conclusion of the
Guests included: Miss Marsh- |
burn, honoree. Misses Dot Kern,
Anna Janicki. Evelyn Moody,
Joyce Scott, Mary Louise Lewan
dowski, Ellen Bordeaux, Dora Cam
eron. Daphine Bordeaux, Jean Ja
nicki, Betty Myers. Mrs. E. C.
Baldwin, Mrs. L H. Marshburn,
Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, Mrs. C. H.
Moore, Mrs. Albert Wells. Mrs.
Pete Braack, Mrs. Peter Braack,
Mrs. Wells Mishoe, Mrs, H. Van
Schalie, Mrs. N. Owen, Mrs. Rex
Kern, Mrs. J. L. Bowen, Mrs. D.
Heath, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. A Lu
deka, Mrs. George Wallace, Mrs.
F. Russell, Mrs. W. L. Eason, Mrs.
Aikens and Mrs. Hale.
* * *
St. Mary’s Catholic
Club Plans Party
St Mary’s Catholic club will
sponsor a bingo party on Wednes
day evening at 8 o’clock in the
parish hall.
You Are Strong
and Well
That's fine.
You hope to remain so; j
That’s natural.
You may be disappointed; ■
That’s possible.
You will die;
That’s sure.
You want to be saved;
That’s wisdom. I
You don’t know the way?
Then attend- |
South Third and Marstellar Sts.
Services Tuesday and
Thursday 8 P. M.
Sunday School _10:00 A. M.
Preaching _11:00 A. M.
and 8:00 P. M.
Thursday Music
Club Plans Meet
An important meeting of the
Thursday Morning Music club has
been called for Thursday morn
ing, June 7, at 10 o’clock in St.
James’ Great Hall.
It is urgent that every member
of the club be present for this
special session to hear reports of
the year’s activities and help for
mulate plans for next year's pro
The meeting is being held at
earlier date than usual and mem
bers are asked to note the change
in tinft.
* * *
Mrs. Julia Jacobs,
D. W. Galloway Wed
NEW BERN, June 2.—Mrs. Julia
Lawrence Jacobs of New Bern
and Daniel William Galloway of
Wilmington, were married here
Sunday afternoon at the home
of the bride by the Rev. F. Hubert
Morris, pastor of the First Presby
terian church.
The bride and bridegroom enter
ed the beautifully-decorated living
room together, Without attendants?
The bride wore a street—length
dress of aqua challie, with long
purple gloves and a hat of purple
straw. Her accessories were white,
and her corsage was a purple or
After the ceremony, an infor
mal reception was held at the resi
Mrs. Galloway is the daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Lawrence of Darlington, S. C. She
has resided here for a number of
years, and has served for some
time as assistant to the Craven
county welfare officer. She was en
tertained at a number of pre
nuptial socials.
Mr. Galloway, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Galloway
of Wilmington and Southport, holds
a position with Efird department
store in Wilmington.
Following a -wedding trip to un
announced points, the couple will
make their home at Wilmington
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Querey. of
2635-A Riverside apartments, Jef
ferson St., yesterday announced
the birth of a son, William Clark
Querey, Jr., at James Walker Me.
morial hospital on May 30. Mrs.
Querey is the former Miss Anne
Drake Adams, of Rowland.
■——— —-—~ ~'
Barbara Helen Walker,
Howard Lentz Married
Mr. and Mrs. John Ellsworth
Walker announce the marriage of
their daughter, Barbara Helen, to
Howard Walter Lentz, MMM 3-c
U. S. C. G. on May 21, at 5:30
o clock at St. Paul's Lutheran
church here.
The double ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Walter 3.
Freed and the bride’s grandfath
ci, Dr. Edwin F. Keever.
The bride was attended by Miss
Pauline Allender as maid-of-honor,
She wore a powder blue dress with
white accessories.
The bride, w’ho was given
marriage by her father wore a
two-piece white sheer crepe with
white accessories and a halo hat
wuth veil. Her flowers were of
pink ross.
They left immediately following
the wedding for a short wedding
trip after which the bridegroom re
turned to his ship.
The bride is a graduate of New
Havover High school. Mr. Lentz
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam H. Lentz of Philadelphia.
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