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Club Scene Of Card Luncheon The weekly bridge luncheon of the Carolina Yacht club for the members and their out-of-town guests was held Wednesday at the Wrightsville Beach clubhouse at 11:30 o’clock with Mrs. Alice An drews and Mrs. B. R. Morrison as hostesses. High scorer of the game Was Mrs, William Dosher, while second high was Mrs. E. F. Neal. Those attending were: Mrs Dosher, Mrs. Neal, Mrs. Fred Kean, Jr., Mrs. W. F. Evans, Jr., Mrs. William Beery, Jr., Mrs. E. A. Laney, Mrs. Almeda S. Ed wards, Mrs. T. K. Lynch, Mrs. George Honnet, Mrs. Davte Howes, Miss Lois Toomer, Mrs. J1 E. Wil son, Mrs. Elton Bates of Long Island, Mrs. Z. K. Bell, Mrs. du Brutz Poisson, Mrs. William P. ; Emerson, Mrs. Walker Taylor, Mrs. David H. Scott, ivfrs. J. Buren 5 Sidbury, Mrs. R. F. Walker, Mrs. j. A. Elmore, Mrs. E. H. Mun son, Mrs. F. W. Brown, Mrs. H. M. Kendall, Mrs. John Slocum, . •' Mrs. Ransey Weathersbee, Mrs. I. '! J. Sutton, Mrs. J. O. Carr, Mrs. ■ C. E. Barrus of Clinton, Mrs. W. M. Brown, Mrs. R. R. Christie, Mrs. C. Heide Trask, Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mrs. Leila Humble of i Fayetteville. Mrs. William Latimer, Mrs. John D. Bellamy, Mrs. Robert Strange, Miss Lenora Cantwell, Mrs. Frank L. Huggins, Mrs. Wil liam Johnson, Jr., Miss Jennie Murchison, Mrs. Phillip W. Delano, Mrs. T. W. Strange, Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs. Robert W. Marye, Mrs. Robert L. Groover and Mrs. W. F. Baker. Hostess for next week’s party Will be Mrs. William P. Emerson, Jr. Reservations may be made by calling the clubhouse at the beach before 6 o’clock on Monday. lix-legged pig BELVIDERE, 111.—(U.P.)—A sow on the Arthur Britton farm south sf Belvidere, has done its best to jase the meat shortage. The sow produced a litter of elev en healthy pigs, one of them with six legs. W "It looks like two extra pickled leet for someone,” was the owner's comment. Chill powder makes a good flavoring for hot dogs. Abstract Art Show By EPSIE KINARD NEW YORK.—Masquerading as long, dramatic gloves, the sleeve adds another chapter to its varied tall story. Aiding and abetting in this dis guise is the black dress, which is sleeved in color or carries a bright chevron below jutting or bolstered shoulders to put the il lusion of gloves across. This mas querade is gayest when sleeves of palette pink, sand beige, red oi turquoise, carry their vivid color all the way to the fingertips $■ short, matching gloves. Such dresses give a completely covered arm and hand, and, some times for sheer contradiction, a neckline that's completely uncov New Bern To Be Served With Dial Telephone! NEW BERN, Aug. 23.—Dial tele phones have been installed throu out New Bern, and the installatior of dial office equipment has beer about two-thirds completed, it i: reported by Herman -F. Davis group manager for the Carolim Telephone and Telegraph company Phones through the area will bt switched to the dial system dur ing the fall. The night that the system i: started will be observed as opei house at the handsome new tele phone building here, Mr. Davi: says. Designed by Tom Herman Wilson architect, along colonia: designs, the structure is consider ed one of the most modern anc attractive m the city. Bingo Party The Women of the Moos# will sponsor a bingo party at 8 o'clock tonight at the Moose Hall, 416 North Front street. The largest peach orchard in the world 1,000,000 trees, is located in Howard county, Ark. ered. They carve clean V’s into yokes or plastrons of color, which create, according to Fox Brownie who sponsors this theme, a block of “light” that balances a block oi ‘shade” in the best trad tions of abstract art. The black crepe dress, left, which has a hand-smocked yoke of palette pink and long, dramktic “glove sleeves” of the same color, is a style leader of this collection. On the black crepe dress, right, the illusion of arm-climbing gloves is created by chevron shoulder stripes of turquoise blue jersey, a color repeated in the plastron front which is belted to make a peplum. KEEPS BUSY WOODSVILLE, N. H.-(U.R)—Us ing a bowling alley as his studio, a baggage master on the Boston & Maine Railroad's Concord division spends his spare time painting in oils and pastels. The hobbyist, Ray Bailey of Woodsville, has other interests too. For instance, he: Built his own six-room house, is a licensed New Hampshire guide, acts as official taxidermist in Woodsville, is a can did camera fan, has been with the B. & M. for 35 years. One-eightieth of the diameter of a hyman hair, which is 26-millionths of an inch, is an everyday, routine measurement used in the high-pre cisjon manufacturing of anti-fricti ball and roller bearings. WAITS FOR POP Paddy Devereux, 12, above, proudly poses with his dog at the home of his grandparents at Lor* ton, Va., following news that nls father, Lt.-Col. James Devereux, below, heroic commander of the Marine garrison on Wake Island, had been found in a Jap P^JSjn camp near Peiping, China. Pad dy’s mother died shortly after his father's capture by an over i powering Jap force in 1942. - Officers' Wives Club Disbanded The final meeting of the Offi cers’ Wives club was held Wednes day afternoon at the American Legion home, Third and Dock streets, with Mrs. J. Duross O’Bryan, president, presiding. It was decided to discontinue the organization until a future neces sity arises, since the'original pur pose of the club has been accom plished, that being to afford a club for officers’ wives from Camp Davis and Bluethenthal Field where they could become acquaint ed and do war work as a unit. Bluethenthal Field now has its own club and with the closing of Camp Davis by the Air Corps, there be ing no further use for the club. Bridge was enjoyed during the afternoon and high scorer of the game was Mrs. Judson Jones. The hostess for the afternoon, Mrs. Irving D. Roth, served refresh ments. PERSONALS ADD PERSONALS— Mrs. Gaines Harrill, Mrs. Will iam Polk, Jr., and daughter Penny and Mrs. Frank Pittinger and son James, all of Knoxville, Tenn. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harrill at their home on Wrights ville Sound. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mayfield are guests at- The Cloister, Sea Island, Ga. * * « Miss Madelyn Marshburn is a patient at James Walker Memo rial hospital, where she underwent an appendectomy on Monday. * • • The Census Bureau reports that despite housing shortages, housing conditions as a whole throughout the country have improved since 1940. S’-- .- ■■ v Enid Gilmore, Richard Godley Marry In Athens ATHENS, Ga., Aug. 23.—Mr. and Mrs. J. P- Gilmore of Wooster Ohio, announce the marriage of their daughter, Enid Theo, to Sgt Richard Otis Godley, Jr., formerly of New Bern, son of Mr. and Mrs Richard Otis Godley of Port* AuguBt 11, at the First Presby terian church in Athens. Chap lain R- L. Crandall of the Athens Pre-Flight school officiated. T-Sgt. John Cokathers acted as best man for the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white chiffon wedding gown, with a fingertip veil draped on a picture hat. She carried a colonial bou quet of red roses, and wore a single strand of pearls. Immediately after tne ceremony, a reception was held at the Georgian hotel for the wedding party and their families. The parents of both the bride and the bridegroom attended. Mrs. Godley attended Woostei business college. For the past two years she has been employed at the Western Reserve Mutual Cas ualty company. Sergeant Godley entered the service in October, 1943, at New Bern. After basic training in Norfolk, he completed training as an air crewman and served as an instructor at Edenton. Recently he took a refresher course at Wooster college, and is now sta tioned at the Athens Pre-Flight school. £fter a short wedding trip, for Which the bride was attired in a pink dress with white lice trim, white accessories and a corsage of white roses, the couple is making their home in Athens. It is against the law in Dunn, N. C., to snore loudly enough to distrub your neighbors. Louisiana sold more fishing li censes to non-residents in 1943 than did the combined states of Alabama Delaware, Georgia, Nebraska, Ne vada and South Carolina. I1 11 11 The Canadian highway fl0 Wax to Vancouver, , 4,190 miles, has no grade < j cess of flee per cent and * m excess of four degrees COFFEE S ' 1 -" " r " “ ■* • f / , SPEC/AtS forCanninq \ C ; SAIT SOME AWAY „ .. YOU’LL LIKE 1 ^wCAPUDINE /^HEADACHE • So Quickly Effactive • Se Pleasantte Take • Se Easy en the Stomach l--. . J WASHES DIAPERS j to fluffy Softness j ! AMERICA’S WASH WORD 11 i Magnificent dia mond solitaire in a mounting of classic simplicity. An En ' gagement Ring of i true* distinction. DAVID'S Jewelers 7 NORTH FRONT I ' J No discharge Button for THIS Veteran — But look at its service record! Thousands of Greyhound buses serving in the battle of transportation have done a tremendous job since Pearl Harbor — and they’ve piled up a lot of points ... y Serving out-of-the-way military camps . . . Taking part in vital military movements . . . Taking men directly I 1 to their homes on precious furloughs .. . Serving many I I military hospitals where no other transportation is avail- | able ... Getting workers to and from war factories. These Super-Coaches have earned their points... but there’s 10 discharge in sight " SnsnortSfonhVd WiU T,tinU# t0 greflt demands on t^ma^men^ndio! transportation. You can help us meet this crisis by planning men in its service who your travel wisely. Arrange your trips in advance ... get are wearing this World your tickets early ... avoid week-end crowds. War II Service Em in the days to come we’ll have finer coaches, better service to blem‘ give you more luxurious highway travel than ever before. 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This soothing, medicated powdSr checks the miserable distress of simple skin rashes so baby can sleep. Used after every change even helps prevent diaper rash. Checks chafe irritation, eases smart and itch of minor skin troubles of the family. Save most in larger sixes. Always demand -v '.