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Elected College 1946 May Queen fREENSBORO, Oct. 22.—Miss 0 Lilia Moore, of Thomasville, ..." rejgn over the 1946 May Day 'V’the Roman’s College, her fellow iors having chosen her their * ‘n in the earliest May Day Sections in the history of the col * Tire pretty brunette, a biol le" major, is the daughter of Mr. Ifi Mrs Max Moore Ac runner-up m the election Miss „.ttv Winn Clement, daughter of Mr and Mr*. W. B. Clement, ‘‘ eensboro, will be one of the May q een's maids of honor. The other L] bfc named by Miss Moore. Election of 12 members of the v!av court will be made by the cen'ior class later in the year. Miss Rennie Lowe, of Greensboro, will vc as chairman of the festivi ies. _ Victory Menus by CHARLOTTE ADAMS An Old Standby Borscht Baked Beans with Salt Pork Vegetable Salad Brown Bread Apple Mousse with Cherry Sauce (Recipes serve four) Baked Beans With Salt Pork 2 cups navy beans. i-2 pound salt pork. 1-4 teaspoon mustard. 1 tablespoon sugar. 2 teaspoons salt. 1-8 teaspoon pepper. 1-4 cup molasses. 2 cups boiling water. 2 cups thick tomato puree. pick beans over carefully. Wash -nd soak in cold water overnight. In morning cook gently until ten der in same water. Cut salt pork in slices to the rind, but not through. Fill bean pot or baking dish with beans and bury pork, rind side up in beans. Mix re maining ingredients well and pour ever beans. Put cover on and bake 5t 330 degrees seven to nine hours. Remove cover from pot for last half hour of cooking. PERSONALS Mrs. Charles Johnson Harriss arrived yesterday' from Miami, Fla., where let. Harriss, USNR, has been statior,ed for the past ten months and is now waiting orders. Mrs. Harriss will be at home to her friends at her apartment, 104 New Wrightsville Beach high way, Oleander. * * * The Misses Marlqji and Lillian Adams, of Maffitt Village, had as their we^k-end guests, their mother. Mrs. Henry Adams, two brothers. Clyde and Franklin; and sister, Betty Jean, all of Bladen boro. N. C. * * * Mr. and Mrs Bynun Shaw, of Atlanta, are visiting Mr. Shaw’s brother. Ernest V. Shaw,. 118 North Seventh street; and sisters, Mrs. H. M. Kyle, of Colonial Apts., and Mrs. Ken Noble, of Lake Forest Parkway. The Shaws also are visiting Mrs. Shaw’s brother, Thomas E. Murrell, 518 South Thrid street. * * * W. D. Colwell, of Sunset Park, who has been a patient for some time at the Bulluck hospital clinic following an operation, is doing nicely and is allowed visitors at the clinic. * * * New by-laws, drawn by Mrs. J Buren Sidbury, of Wilmington, were discussed and approved at the annual meeting of the board of dhectors of the auxiliary to the MediCcl Society of North Caro lina, which was recently held at Sanatorium, in Wilson, guests oi Dr. and Mrs. P. P. McCain. For ty-two members were present. * * * Charles H. Cullen, RM 2-c, son of Mrs. David B. Crosland has arrived here on furlough follow ing his return from the European theater where he served for the Past fourteen months. Also visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Croslands this week-end at their Masonboro Sound lu>me were Mr. and Mrs W. Ruffin Smith and son, Ruffin, Jr., of Charlotte. * * * Soviet Troops Training In Hills Of Bulgaria SOFIA. Oct. 22— MP) —The low oiling hilts of Southern Bulgaria fronting the border of European Turkey are serving as a training ground for Russian mechanized troops which have been coming across Danube from Western Ro mania at a fairly constant rate fo; several weeks. While no offical figures on the number of Russian troops now in Bulgaria are available, depend able estimates place the figure at about 200,000—of which only a por tion are considered attached tc the Army occupation. STRIKE EXTENDED Hollywood, Oct. 22— W - The film strike expanded today to include mass picketing at three studios, instead of one, and Eric Johnston, producers’ head admit ted that he had not accomplished the purpose for which he came to Hollywood. PERON APPEARS BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 22—(U.R) — Juan D. Peron, whose where abouts have been something of a naystery jince his return to power last Wednesday, appeared at the Government House this morning to wimess 'he formal induction of Ar gentina's new vice president and tour cabinet officers. \ Flora Macdonald College To Hold Semi-Centennial Homecoming Dai °"°ring the 5^th anniversary l/1®3 Macdonald college, at H Springs, the semi-centennial Homecoming Day will be held at C|e Saturday featuring a j Revlew- showing what the dur ncdr+tSSed C°Uege girlS WOre during the past 50 years Another highlight of the day will oe the exhibition of old photo graphs and other relics of by gone college days. It is expected the largest home coming day atten dance of alumnae in the history of the college will be present. President H. G. Bedinger will preside at the morning exercises, which will begin at 10:30, and President Emeritus C. G. Vardell will lead the singing of the college song. Mrs. Elbert McPhaul (Eliza beth Clark), president of the Alumnae association, will present the three speakers of the day, Mis. Della McGoogan of St. Pauls, Mrs. Sara Gray McCormick of Mc Donald, and Mrs. Grace Brown Alley of Burlington, representing the student bodies of the three names borne by the college during its 50 years. Music will be fur nished by the students of the con servatory. At the business session which will follow the program, reports will be given by the presidents of the eleven alumnae chapters organized during the past summer. All alumnae presen' will be guest, of the college at luncheon, aftei which members of the college faculty will be entertained at a coffee hour in the college parlors, which will be served by the home economics freshmen. ★ We, The Women Caution Advised To Keep Wife Happy By RUTH MILLETT “Marriage is more dangerous than nitro-glycerine,’’ says a 90 year-old bachelor explosive expert. 9 me wunu lost |a potentially fine liusband in that ’entleman who :hose to live alone for 90 years be :ause he figured fomen were more dangerous than TNT. If he had just taken that keen ait of perception into matrimony —he would have ...;uhcxj ci lung JUST dandy. All he would have needed to do to have a happy marriage was to handle the little woman with as much respectful caution as he uses in handling nigh explosives. The trouble with most husbands is they don’t know that women take careful handling. And so their own carelessness is forever getting them into trouble. You can handle high explosives if you know their nature — and never take any chances with them. JUST USE COMMON SENSE And a man could live peaceful ly with almost any woman for a lifetime if he put his mind to un derstanding her—and never per mitted himself to become care less enough to do the things com mon sense would tell him he could not g( ’ by with doing. No, uie man who realizes that women are dangerous if not han dled cautiously isn’t the man who should avoid matrimony. The man who would be happier a bachelor is the man who thinks that women can be treated any old way—once the days of court ship are over—and lives to discov er how wrong he is. I In And Out! Of Service; WITH DEMOLITION TEAM George Gregory, Jr., motor ma chinist’s mate, second class, US NR, of Southport, served with an Underwater Demolition team —the Navy’s famed group of expert swimmers who paved the way for invasions of enemy - held beaches. They served at Normandy, south ern France, Saipan, Tinian, Pele liu, Anguar, Iwo Jima, Lingayen, Zambales, Okin awa, Tusgen Shima, Kerama Retto and in the occupation of Japan. The work of Underwater Demo lition teams was vital to the suc cess of landing operations. They cleaned enemy beaches of ob structions and blasted ways ! through reefs so landing ships might enter. Their casualties — as high as 40 per cent at Normandy —helped keep down the losses among the men who attacked on D-days, always days after the "sailors in trunks” had done their work. HELPS OCCUPY JAPAN Lt. (jg) Adrian B. Rhodes, Jr., 22 USNR, of Harbor Island serv ed with Composite Squadron 99, operating from the escort ail craft carrier, USS Hoggatt Bay, in the occupation of northern Honshu and Hokkaido. The carrier conducted patrols m the Philippines, supported the oc cupation of Okinawa, and carried out assaults against enemy install ations in the Sakishima group. During the Okinawa operations, the squadron flew 1,327 individual sorties. ■ HELPS TRANSPORT TKUuro Alton James Suggs, 30, fireman, first class, USNR of Fair Bluff, aided in the disembarkation of troops of the First Cavalry divi sion from the attack transport, USS Cecil, in Tokyo Bay in the initial stages of the occupation. The USS Cecil participated in operations at Kwajalein, Hollan dia, Tarawa, Aitape, Guam, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. SERVING IN MANILA Tech 5 Ray L. Stanley, son of Mrs N. B. Stanley 15 Terrace ! waik, Wilmington, is currently ser ving with the 395th Engineer Depot company in Manila. Cpl Stanley, whose military intinerary has in cluded Scotland, England. France, Belgium, Germany and Philippines, was graduated from Whiteville High school m 1928. Having sailed on the first ship to be redeployed to the Pacific from the Franco-German area, he is among the few veterans to witness victories over Germany and Japan within both theaters of conflict Cpl Stanley is the recipient of the Philippines-Liberation Ribbon. ON INACTIVE STATUS The War department has an nounced that First Lieut. Walter J Marshburn, Jr., has been plac ed on inactive status after more than three years of active duty with the Army Air Forces. Lt. Marshburn, entered on active duty in August, 1942, at For Bragg, N.C. and shortly thereafter was assigned to Ranger Aircraft corporation, in New York, as En gineering officer. Asst. Operations officer and Administrative and Cargo pilot. He later received the same assignments at McClellan field Sacramento, California and with the Eastern D strict air Tech nical Service command of the Ar Attorney Now Hunting One Adolph Hitler PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 22—(IP) Dr. Robert M. W. Kempner, Ger man-born anti-nazi who came to the U. S. in 1939 and has lived here ever since, is hunting for Adolf Hitler—dead or alive—in Germany on direct orders from the White House, the Philadelphia Record says. Kempner, once legal counsel of the Prussian State Police that the missing Fuehrer molded into the Gestapo, is “one of the few anti nazis in the world who possesses detailed knowledge of Hitler’s physical appearence, even his skeleton structure,” the Record says. “He could point his finger at Hitler disguised by plastic surg ery, or at a cadaver that had been cremated, and say with certainty: ‘That is the Fuehrer,’ ” the news paper asserts. ^ Rankin Blocking Veteran Legislation DAV States CHICAGO, Oct. 22.—(U.R)—Na tional Commander Milton D. Cohn of the Disabled American Veterans charged today that Rep. John Rankin, (D-Missl, blocked legisla tion for disabled veterans by re fusing to relinquish the chairman ship of a minor committee. Cohn made the charge in asking the DAV, meeting in annual con vention, to adopt a resolution ask ing that new, major committees in the Senate and House be created to handle veterans legislation. He said most of the legislation for disabled veterans was routed through “the so-colled World War Veterans committee” headed by Rankin. ACCUSED OF ABORTION NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 22—(U.R) —A Nashville Chriopractor is free under $2500 bond today following arrest on charges of “performing an illegal abortion” on a 20-year old unmarried Nashville girl. The warrent for arrest of the 70-year old Chiropractor, listed as B. D. Ausbrooks, was sworn out by the girl’s mother. agreement signed LONDON, Oct. 22. — (JP) — A trade agreement between Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia was signed ir Sofia Oct. 20, the Moscow radic said tonight. CONGRATULATES CZECHS WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.— (A>> - President Truman today congratu lated Czechoslovakia on its firsl post-war independence anniver sary. He said he was confidenl the American people will help thai country “erase the effects of Nazi rule.” __ my Air Forces in New York. A graduate of North Carolina State college, prior to entering thf service Lt. Marshburn was em ployed as Administrative clerl with the Farm Security adminis tration in North Carolina, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Marshburn, of Burgar. Lt. Marsh burn and his wife, Hilda Marsh burn, will reside in Burgaw. PROMOTED Pfc. Robert M. Moore, Jr., sor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Moore, Sr., of Watha, has recently beer promoted to the grade of corporal, according to an announcement bj authorities of the Army Air Forces Proving Ground command al El gin field, Fla. Prior to entering the service on Dec. 18, 1942, Cpl. Moore was em ployed by the Civil Service, A. depot, Ft.' bragg, N.C. ( « Lunch-Hour Permanents PIN-CURLS ... No pads, clips or machine for this new per manent wave. STILL PINNED . . . After shampoo to wash out perman ent wave lotion. READY TO GO GALA . . . With John Hall’s seventy-min ute permanent wave. PRETTY FROM ANY ANGLE . . . Back view of finished high-speed permanent. By BETTY CLARKE AP Newsfeatures Beauty Editor It’s not too far-fetched to think about lunch-hour permanents. Not when you can get one, as you can today, in about seventy minutes Gone are the days when you’ll have to take a day out of your vacation or get some one to care for baby so you can sweat in the beauty parlor to get a bit of a wave in your hair. You can take baby with you if you like. And, if you are a work ing girl you can manage the per manent on your lunch hour with a little extra time from the boss. There is no need to steam under a machine with pads and rods weighing three pounds to get your hair frizzed says hairdresser John Hall. These new permanents are as painless as sitting for a normal hair set because it is all done in pin-curls. The new pin-curl permanent starts with a shampoo, then the cold wave lotion is applied in the same manner as wave-set lotion. Left on from two to seven minutes, the lotion is then rinsed several times without removing the pin curls. Hair is then ready for the dryer. After the drying process the curls are combed and brushed into the hair style you have selected be fore you were pin-curled. A 4,300-foot aluminum railing, which will be the longest continu ous lighted railing in the wordl, is to be installed along the crest] of the Grand Coulee Dam. The] railing will be made of thre alu minum tubular bars, with the top bar containing cold cathode tubes to light the 30-foot roadway which runs across the top of the dam j 550 feet above bed rock. Experiments are being conduct ed in an eastern state to develop an apple whose Vitamin C conteni , will approach that of California or- I anges. ' Rag Bag Toys .?204 by A lire Brooks What baby doesn’t love cuddly i toys! Make a whole collection of soft animals for gifts or for the j bazaar, using scraps. Two pieces, witn ears and tails 'extra, and you’ve not only used up1 scraps, but made a cute toy. Pat- j tern 7204 has transfer, directions. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this pattern to Wilmington Star News, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Send fifteen cents more for our 1945 Needlework Book—94 illustra tions of designs: crocheting, knit ting, embroidery, dolls, other toys, home decoration. Free Pattern for two crocheted handbags printed, right in the book. YOU NEED MORE THAN FIVE FINGERS to relieve dry-scalp itching. You need the real help of Moroline Hair Tonic. It aids natural oils; helps to remove dandruff flakes. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC^ Now Try This 3 For 1 Value In Aspirin You’ll get neatly 3 tablets for only If! when you buy the large 100 tablet bottle of St. Joseph Aspirin for 35c. Big family favorite! 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