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BETTY DIVINE, Society Editor PHONE 2-3311 Miss Jane Middlebrooks Engaged To Marry Lt. Charles E. Fonvielle The engagement of Miss Jane Bideouette Middlebrooks and 1st IA. Chris Eugene Fonvielle has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Middlebrooks of Colum bia, 3. C. Miss Middlebrooks attended Agnes Scott college for two years pgjMre she was a member of the gotlllion club, in 1944 she was grad uated from the University of South Carolina majoring in music and political science, she was a mem ber ofChi Omega sorority and Seni or Damas and was chosen queen of the Naval unit at the University. This past summer she studied in the graduatei^chool of Professional writing at Columbia university. Lt. Fonvielle, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fonvielle of Wilmington, re ceived a degree in Civil Engineer ing at Virginia Military Institute in 1942. He was a field artillery battalion survey and reconnaissan ce officer with the seventh Amored division throughout its activities in France, Holland, Belgium and Germany and was awarded five campaign battle stars and the bronze .medal with Oak Leaf cluster. Last September he was transferred to the third Armored division and served in the army of occupation until his return to the states several days ago. Musial-Vosnock Wedding Planned The wedding of Miss Bertha Musial, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Musial of Castle Haynes, to Stanley Vosnock of Windber, Pa., will take place Sat urday morning, February 2, at 10 o’clock at St. Stanislaus Catholic church at Castle Haynes. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service I Light, fluffy, easily digested Heinz Pre-Cooked Cereal Pood made from three choice grains, lour baby will like it! Your grocer aIso has a complete Heinz, Strained Foods line £D££f A trial package nmm* of the new, tasty, nourishing Heinz Pre-Cook ed Cereal Food for your baby. Write to H. J. Heinz Co., Dept. N, Pittsburgh, Pa. ‘ - Child's Colds •sr uicks Tune-Tested W VAPORUB ASTO^COFFEI^onsist^o^| high grade fiavory, full-bod- 1 ied cofrees, skillfully blended If and properly roasted to give 11 you that rich, delicious cup of I coffee so much desired. | AT YOUR GROCER’S | Rainbow Girls To Install New Officers Tonight The Wilmington Assembly No. 12, Order of Rainbow for Girls will hold the regular meeting in the Masonic Temple this evening at 7 o'clock. The following officers for the ensuing term will be installed: Miss Bettina Marable, worth ad visor; Miss Virginia Hatch, worthy associate advisor: Miss Wynona Hughes charity; Miss Evelyn Fut trelle, hope; Miss Evelyn Bullard, faith; and Miss Susan Hill, record er. Miss Bettina Marable will be installed as worthy advisor in "the East by her father, W. T. Marable, East by her father, W. T. marable, Past Master of Wilmington Lodge No. 319; assisted by Miss Frances Heidt, Past Worthy Advisor, and Miss Mary Alice Rose, out-going worthy advisor. All Rainbow Girls of the city are urged to attend. Margaret Taylor Named Head Of Club WILSON, Jan. 23.—Margaret Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. T a y 1 o r of Wrightsville Sound, now a Junior at Atlantic Christian college, Wilson, has been elected President of the Chess club. In previous years, Miss Tay lor has been a member of the Dramatics club, circulation man ager of the “Torchlight” for the last two years. President of th* Science club, vice-president of the Delta Sigma Sorority, and a mem ber of the Golden Knot Honor Roll, the campus’ group of honor students. This year she is secre tary-treasurer of the Golden Knot Honor Society, on the concert committee, and a member of the cabinet of t h e Student Christian association. Miss Taylor graduated from New Hanover High school, Wil mington, in 1943, and will finish college at Atlantic Christian in the spring of 1947. 1 Children's CORDUROY OVERALLS Finwale and Widewale The KIDDY SHOP 604 Castle St. H. May, Owner Helps build up resistance against distress of PERIODIC' FEMALE WEAKNESS When taken thruout the month! If you suffer from monthly cramps with accompanying headache, backache and nervous. Jittery, cranky feelings—due to female functional periodic disturb ances—try famous Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. / Plnkham’s Compound does mob* than relieve such monthly pain. It also re lieves accompanying tired, nervous, cranky feelings—of such nature. Taken thruout the month—this great medi cine helps build up resistance against such monthly distress. Thousands upon thousands of women have reported remarkable benefits. Also a fine stomachic tonic! LYDIA E. 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Betty Payne, Emma Kingoff, Joyce Checkner, Jane McAdams, Camille Oterson anc Olivia Lynch were among the youthful lovers of music. Eugene Mauney, our own outstanding pianist, was there with his pal, Jack Perkins. Sinatra had noth ing on Brooks Smith, pianist. His announcement to play “Clair de Lune” brought forth sighs of de light from young as well as old. And Miss Bampton won her au dience completely with her final encore, ‘ Let My Song Fill Youi Heart.” And someone was pres ent who completes every concert —our own Mr. Robertson, bettei known as “Robbie”, who came ir for his share of applause from his many admirers. The Hanson-Hoddar wedding was the main event of this past week end. Betty Hanson, winsome sis ter of the bride, was lovely as thf maid-of-honor. She wore a white dress and carried an arm bouque of poinsettas. She admits she was more nervous than the bride. Sars Williams caught the bride’s bou quet and now has it in her prouc possession. Oh, yes! Ask Captair Jenkins how much he enjoyed be ing in the receiving line! ’Nut said. My apologies to George Clark and Kenneth Rogers for previous}} referring to them as “partners ir crime.” They are “inseparablf pals.” Is that better, fellas? The meat shortage has brough' forth a new type of party. Insteac of a wiener roast, it’s a “waffls warming.” I know of one that ii going to be tried out this week If it is a success, they’re sure U. be more of them in the future. Be certain to be on hand foi the NHHS-Rocky Mount basketball game this Friday night. You don’1 want to miss Don Hyatt’s unique form—of playing—or A1 Collie’s long shots which ring up the score for us! Don’t feel too bad, fellas, if you don’t get invited on the Hi-Y hay ride. Just think of all the dances the girls had to miss ’cause you wanted to go stag! More talk later, but for now, “so long.” PERSONALS Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. E. A. Hog gard have returned to Charleston, S. C. after a short visit with Com mander Hoggard’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. John T. Hoggard. Commander Hoggard is now in command of the USS Plunket and also fleet com mander for six destroyers and will be stationed in Charleston several months. They expect to return to Wilmington to spend this coming week-end with Dr. and Mrs. Hog gard. 6 • • * Sgt. Charles S. Lowrimore, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lowri more of Harbor Island, has ar rived in California from Manila where he has been stationed since last June, prior to which time he was stationed in the European theatre for over a year. He is ex pected to arrive in Wilmington within the next ten days. • • • Mrs. James H. Davis left to join her husband, Capt. Davis, now on terminal leave in Atlanta, Ga. For the past year Mrs. Davis has made her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Sistrunk in Brookwood. While in Atlanta they are stopping at the Ansley hotel. Classroom Teachers Of County To Meet Monday Afternoon A meeting of the classroom teachers of New Hanover county will be held on Monday afternoon, January 28, at 3:30 o’clock in the New Hanover High school library. It is requested that all members be present. HEY, MOM! Don’t forget to buy me some new Kmimoit HAND'SEWN MOCCASINS Sold Exclusively At CINDERELLA bootebie I ' t • . . ■ Lastex yarn is combined with white rayon to make this stream lined bathing suit. Thalian Workshop To Meet Tonight The regular meeting of the Thalian Workshop will be held this evening at eight o’clock in Thalian Hall. It is hoped that all members will be present as mat ters of importance will be trans acted. 1 CURRIE CURRIE, Jan. 23—George W. Rawls was a business caller in Elizabethtown and Atkinson this week. Mrs. Sewell is visiting her hus band’s parents in Bangor, Maine. Capt. N. G. Barnes, of Jackson ville, Fla., and Rev. and Mrs. Henry Wooten, of Maple Hill, were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rawls and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jule Tousch, of New Bern, are visiting Mrs. Tousch’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R S. Hilbum. R. N. Radeford made a business trip to Clinton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Corbett and children, of Atkinson, recently visited relatives in this section. Mrs. H. C. Corbett is visiting her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Pridgen, in Texas. Dallas Squires made a business trip to Freemans Tuesday. W. J. Ward, of Wilmington, spent the week-end with his family here. W. T. Rawls was a business caller in Elizabethtown Tuesday. Today's Menu By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Just the Dish for Friday Vegetable Cocktail Shrimp in Curry Sauce Spaghetti Ring String Beans Lettuce with Beet Dressing Oatmeal Biscuits Lemon Meringue Tartlets (Recipes serve four) Beet Dressing 2 tablespoons chopped beet 4 tablespoons salad oil 2 1-2 tablespoons vinegar Few grains clove Few grains cinnamon Few grains celery salt Few grains cayenne Few drops onion juice 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-8 teaspoon pepper Force trimmings from one beet through food chopper twice. Then combine rest of ingredients in french dressing bottle. Serve dress ing over shredded lettuce. CLASSROOM TEACHERS MEET The Classroom teachers of New Hanover county held an executive meeting this week in the library of New Hanover High school with Mrs. Robert Fennell, president, presid ing. Routine matters were transacted. HEADS 4-H CLUBS NEW BERN, Jan. 23.—Graf Ipock son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ipock of Jasper, is the new president of the Craven county council of 4-H clubs. Billy Gaskins of Bridgeton was elected vice president; and Mona Tyndall of Bridgeton, secre tary. COLDS' When a cold strikes CHEST-MI1SCLI with these common mis- mUSULI cries or its coughing ACHES, PAINS, wears you out, rub Pen- , .... etro on throat, chest LOCAL and back. (1) Eases IRRITATinil chest inuscle soreness, "l,u 1 A 1 ,n"— helps break local con- TIGHTNESS OF gestion (2) Relieve pain ' at nerve ends in the COUGHING skin. (3) Phlegm loos ens, coughing lessens as vapors help you breathe easier. Penetro acts last, for it’s Grandma’s famous mutton suet idea made better with mod ern medication. 25c, double supply 35c. Your, family will go for Penetro, especially the children. So always be sure to get Penetro. Sorosis Group To Meet Today The Citizenship department of North Carolina Sorosis wiU meet this afternoon at four o’clock in the Sorosis clubhouse on North Third street. Mrs. Louis FonvieUe, chairman of the department, win have charge of the program. Miss Merle Bruner, director of Christian Education at Trinity Methodist church, will give a read ing and Mrs. Edith Winnmgham of the History department of New Hanover high school will speak on women in politics. Following the meeting a social hour will be held. Bank Employes Honor Couple At Dinner Party The employes of the Peoples Savings Bank and Trust company entertained Tuesday evening at a dinner party at St. John’s Tavern honoring Miriam Carr and Lloyd C. Allen, Jr., whose marriage is to take place on Saturday after noon, February 2, at the Winter Park Presbyterian church. Guests were invited for 8 o’clock and included around 20 friends. The guests of honor were present ed with gifts in their pattern of china. 1 Club Clock The Audubon Home Demon stration club will meet this afternoon at 3 o’clock with Mrs. R. L. Bostain. The What-So-Ever-Circle of King’s Daughters, will meet with Mrs. J. W. Plummer, 206 Borden avenue, this afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. The T. E. L. class of Calvary Baptist church will hold the monthly meeting at the church tonight at 8 o’clock. A meeting of the Winter Park Home Demonstration club will be held at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lewis on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. A meeting of the Grademothers of the Wrightsboro parent—teacher association will be held Friday afternoon at 2:15 o’clock in the school libary. Miss Elease Watson, Birde-Elect, Honored Miss Elease Watson, whose marriage to Franklin Clinton Daniels will take place Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o’clock, was hon ored this week when Mrs. James Edward Millis and Mrs. Paul Peterson entertained at the home of the latter on South Third street at a shower. The home was attractively dec orated with white flowers and burring tapers. Upon entering the bride-elect was presented a cor sage of white roses by the hostess es and was then presented with a number of gifts. Games were played during the evening and prizes awarded the winners. 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