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Ann Madge Player,
C. C. Williford To Wed On Thursday The marriage of Ann Madge Player, daughter of Mrs. H. A. Flaver of Burgaw, to Charles Cov. ington Williford, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williford of 2202 Mar, ket street, Wilmington, will take place on Thursday afternoon. February 28 at 4 o’clock at the Burgaw Presbyterian church. No invitations have been issued but friends of the couple are in vited to attend. ^ • » • Business-Professional Women's Club To Meet The regular meeting of the Wil mington Business and Professional Wowen’s club. Inc., will be held Friday night,, March 1, at 6 o’clock, at the Friendly dining room. iVilSS dClj.'UC u. mittss chairman, is in charge of the program and will introduce Ray Galloway, executive secretary of the American Legion,, who will speak of the "Blue Cross Plans for Veterans.” * • • HONORED AT FAIRFAX MISS DeLEAN LONGLEY DeLean Longley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Longley of Wil mington, and who is attending Fair fax Hall in Waynesboro, Va., has been taken into the National Honor Society, Miss Longley being one of two students at Fairfax Hall to re ceive this honor. She also made the highest score in her class in a test given by Time Magazine on current affairs and was awarded a prize for this honor. Shark-Fishing Revived Along Tar Heel Coast RALEIGH, Feb. 21— [JPi—T h e shark-fishing industry is being re vived on the North Carolina coast by Capt. Cecil Nelson of Morehead City, the state department of con servation and development report ed today. Capt. Nelson took sharks from waters off Cape Lookout for com mercial purposes for a couple of years ending in 1939, when the busi ness became unprofitable. In his new venture, he plans to employ about 10 men and use two boats. He will use nets and lines, and has arranged to ship the skin, livers, fins and even the jawbones and backbones of sharks to north ern dealers. FREE NYLONS & CHAM PAGNE EVERY WED. & SAT. NIGHTS BIG DANCE WED,, FEB 27 Enlarged Dancing Area Admission Per Person 1.25 Fed. Tax..25 Total . E50 TICKETS ON SALE SAUNDERS DRUG STORE, THE JEWEL BOX, SOUTHERN KITCHENS, THE YOUNG MEN’S SHOP The Plantation Club 2 mi. ont on Car. Beach Rd. Call 9413 for reservation. New low prices on Chicken & Steaks. Beer—Wine—Champagne Plantation Club Orchestra Every Sat. Night Admission Per Person .83 Fed. Tax. .17 Total . 1.0C Open 7 Days A Week ■ i " $ DAVIDSON, Feb. 23. — Shown above are sponsors for the nine fraternities at Davidson.college who participated in the mid-winter Pan Hellenic dances which came to a close on the campus at midnight tonight. Wilson Humber, one of America’s finest pianists, and his By GAYNOR MADDOX Looking for a luncheon entree that’s different? Then serve this combination of cauliflower with crabmeat sause at your next bridge party. It will serve 8 per sons. Cauliflower with Crabmeat Sause (Serves 8) One medium head cauliflower, 1 pound crabmeat, 2 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine, 3 tablespoons flour, 1-8 teaspoon sug ar, 1-4 teaspoon salt, dash nutmeg dash mace, 3-4 cup top milk or thin cream, 1 egg yolk, paprika. Break cauliflower into flowers; wash well. Drop into boiling salted water and cook quickly until just tender. Drain saving the water. Shred the crabmeat rather fine. Melt butter or margarine; add flour, sugar, salt, spices, and mix. Add milk or cream and stir over low heat until very thick. Add egg yolk to sauce. Thin sauce with cauliflower liquid to a rich cream Add the crabmeat; heat gently to gether. Arrange cauliflower on py rex or pottery platter. Pour hot sauce around and over top. Brown under broiler. Sprinkle with pap rika. Cabbage is always good eating. Particularly when cooked this way. Red Cabbage a la New Orleans Letitia Rebekah Lodge No. 3, IOOF, will hold the regular meeting Thursday evening at 3 o’clock in the Odd Fellows Hall. Of special interest at this time will be a program on the Edu cational Foundation work anti a special offering will be taken for this purpose. Visitors in the city anu iiiciiiucii ua uic uc gree are invited to attend. The Veterans of Foreign War auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the VFW clubhouse, 121 1-2 Princess street. The What-So-Ever Circle of King’s Daughters will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock with Mrs. R. A. Brind ell, 1915 Market street. Mrs. D. M. Holmes will act as joint hostess. The Audubon Home Demon stration will meet Thursday afternoon, at 3 o’clock with Miss Ruth Loman. The Goldenrod Chapter 142, Order of the Eastern Star will meet Monday at 8:15 o’clock at the Masonic Temple. The Ladies class of the Fourth Street Advent Christian church will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. E. R. Blake, 222 Ken wood avenu. ILLEGAL ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 23—(U.R)— Chairman Henry J. Meyer of the Fourth Regional Wage Stabiliza tion board warned today that any wage increases in the building and construction industry which have not received prior approval of the wage adjustment board are illegal and subject to the penalties prescribe^ by the stabilization act. Kit. t V « NT orchestra furnished the music for ;his occasion. Barbara Barrie sing ing star of radio and stage, delight ed the dancers with her vocal con tributions. The Friday night dance, which lasted from 9:30 to 1:30, was an informal affair: and the formal Crabmeat Flavors Cauliflower One medium-sized red cabbage, L onion, 6 whole cloves, 2 quarts water, 3 bouillon cubes, 1-2 cup red wine or wine vinegar, 1 bay leaf, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon honey. Cut cabbage head in eighths. Place in strainer and wash well. Stud the onion with the whole cloves. Along with the onion, meas ure remaining ingredients into large heavy saucepan. Bring to boiling; add cabbage. Cook quick 4 <« <u - mrn A • « W w/ VETEBAAS Make Todd> Your Head quarters for Fine Furniture ■1_—r A». s I / v dance was staged tonight. The gymnasium decoration carried out the sweetheart motif with a profu sion of red hearts, red and white streamers and festoons throughout the hall. Large red hearts bore the Greek letters of the fraternities in white. Members of the faculty ly until just tender. SUNDAY’S MENU BREAKFAST: Orange juice, fried scrapple, enriched toast, butter or fortified margarine, plum jam, coffee, milk. DINNER. Oven fried chicken with onion and butter or forti fied margarine, baked po tatoes,' red cabbage New Or leans, hot biscuits, butter or fortified margarine, raw car rot sticks, apple pie, coffee, milk SUPPER: Oyster stew, oyster crackers, spiced pump kin pie, tea, milk. <5 %/Wma * • I • w and administrative staff and their wives acted as chaperones for both dances. The members of the Pan-Hellenic Council, whose dates were the dance sponsors, are: Ed Golden, president, of Phi Delta Theta; John McAlister, of Sigma Epsilon; Dave Waterfowl Populations Are Still Declining WASHINGTON, Feb. 23— (JP)— The Fish and Wildlife service said today the waterfowl populations of the Atlantic Coast are still declin ing. In some areas, Dr. Ira N. Gabrielson, director of the service s-aid in a statement, the decline has reached an alarming point. There is a disturbing scarcity of ducks at most points along the At lantic Coast, according to prelimi ^ them^n I_I Neill of Sigma Phi Spsilon; Earl Mahone of Kappa Alpha; Warren Higginbotham of Pi Kappa Phi; Thacker Thrower of Kappa Sigma; Bill Pollard of Beta Theta Pi; Dex ter Lazenby of Pi Kappa Alpha; and George E. McCormack of Phi Gamma Delta. FEAR CHAOS NEW YORK, Feb. 23.—<A>)-The national association of purchasing agents said today a majority of industrial purchasing agents re porting to its business survey com mittee "believes a period of com plete chaos would follow the re moval of all price controls under prevailing conditions.” nary reports from observers who 1 conducted the annual January in ventory of migratory waterfowl, Dr. Gabrielson said. 1 i ▼ . A ' ETTA GAYNES stripes the jacket and matching topcoat in bold relief to a solid skirt In CEREY 100% imported wooL • Quality rayon lined with EARL-GLO. HAT AND BAG TO MATCH Mademoiselle Shoppe 22 N. Front St. -BUY U. S. 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