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BETTY DIVINE, Society Editor PHONE 2-3311 Stamp Defiance DAR Chapter To Meet On Friday The regular meeting of the Stamp Defiance chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be held Friday evening a 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Charles Lee Bragg, 1802 Market street. Miss Emma Tillery will be joint hostess. Reports of the state conference held in Charlotte last week will be heard at this time. Miss Marshburn, Mr. Baumle Will Wed This Evening The wedding of Miss Dorothy Marshburn, daughter of Mrs. Leon S. Marshburn and the late Mr. Marshburn, and Gilbert E. Baumle, of Kendallville, Ind., will be solem nized this evening at 6:30 o’clock at Temple Baptist church. The Rev. W. J. Stephenson, pastor of the church, will perform the ceremony. Miss Marshburn has chosen as her matron-of-honor, her sister-in law, Mrs. Jack L. Marshburn, and her bridesmaids will be Mrs. James F. McCall of Wilmington and Mrs. James S. Moore of Nor folk, Va. Little Miss Linda Ann Moore of Suffolk, Va„ will be her flower girl. Mr. Baumle will have as his best man, Joe E. Brante, and grooms men will include James F. McCall and Eugene M. Allen, Jr., of this city. Miss Marshburn will be given in marriage by her brother, Jack L. Marshburn. No invitations have been issued in the city but friends of the couple are invited to attend. Delia Chi Omega Sorority Plans Banquet Tonight The Delta Chi Omega sorority will entertain this evening with a mother-daughter banquet in cele bration of the sixth anniversary of the sorority in Wilmington. This affair will be held at 8 o’clock at St. John’s Tavern on Orange street. Committees in charge of the event are: program, Eleanor Ree ves, chairman: Marie Burgwin, Mickey Hines and Carleen Page; arrangements and corsages, Har riet Wessell; finances, Dot Kure; program printing, Marie Burgwin and Carleen Page; history, Mar garet McKee; mother’s Response, Mrs. A. E. Shooter; decorations, Liletha Crabtree and Lib O’Quinn. oUTS£.*.h *77 Y*AR **s,*HS££* OP tH*^ ©P™*. 57 V*P'*T'f* i IiUA/tt or I | VXEIN2 ' Ba^ Foodlo > 9 ^ <W . ."V" CLUB CLOCK The King’s Daughters’ class of the Winter Park Baptist church has planned an oyster roast tonight. All members are asked at 7:30 o’clock. Trans portation has been proided for all members who wish to at tend. The Crepe Myrtle Garden club will meet Friday at 3:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs. J. L. Willcox. — A Bingo party will be held at the Brigade Boys club at Second and Church streets on Friday night, March 15, at 8 p.m. under the sponsorship of Mrs. W. E. Keen. The proceeds of the game will be used in connection with the capital expenditures of the Boys camp program and the purchase of supplies for the hospital cabin at the camp. Merchants of the city have do nated prizes for tie party. A small admission will be charg ed and all are invited to at tend. Goldenrod chapter, No. 142, Order of the Eastern Star will hol$ the regular meeting this evening at 8:15 o’clock in the Masonic Temple. The Wrightsboro F a r e n t Teacher association will ob serve shrubbery day pn Friday morning, March 15 at 10 o’clock. All grade mothers are asked to be present. T'ne Sunset Park Home Dem onstration club will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the Methodist Educational build ing, All women of the com munity are cordially invited to attend. me rung s uaugnters Sewing circle will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. L. W. Davis in Sunset Park. All mem bersare requested to attend. Hemenway School P.-T. A. Convenes The Hemenway Parent. Teacher association met Tuesday after noon, March 12, in the school au ditorium. Mrs. E. P. Walker led the de votional and used as her text John 15:12 '‘This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you.” Mrs. N. W. Rochelle, president, presided over the short business session. The nominating committee was appointed as follows: Mrs. E. P. Walker, Mrs. R. S. LeGwin and Mrs. R. L. Fryar. Mrs. N. W. Rochelle was elected delegate to the state convention, and a motion was made and car ried to send a second delegate. Miss Boon, school principal, an nounced that the operetta would be given next Thursday afternoon and Friday night. The room count revealed that Mrs. Mary—B. Slocumb’s second grade had the largest number of parents present. Mrs. W. P. Sanders, program chairman, presented the following program on ‘Together Toward World Understanding:” “Our School and International Rela tions”—Mrs. R. R. Christie; Trio —America, Leon Holden, Emerson Head, Fred Kelly; “The Home and World Friendship” — Rabbi Samuel A. Friedman; Solo prayer —“Teach Me Father How To Go” —Dawn Peacock. Several very attractive posters made by the children, were on display in the auditorium carrying out the thought of the pragram. ’ NO DULlT^j DRAB HAIR I When You (fee This Amazing 4 Purpose Rinse lnone,slmple,quickoperatlon,lOVALON will do all of these-4 important thing* to give YOUR hair glamour hnd beauty: 1. Gives lustrous highlights. 2. Rinses away shampoo film. 3. Tints the hair as it rinse*. 4. Helps keep hair neatly in place. LOVALON does not permanently dye or bleach. It is a pure, odorless hair rinse, in 12 different shades. Try LOVALON At stores which sett toilet good, Miss Maude Weber Addresses P.-T.A. At Winter Park The Parents and Teachers of the Winter Park school met Tues day evening at 8 o’clock in the school auditorium with Mrs. R. W. Galphin, president presiding. The Rev. Kermit R. Wheeler, pastor of Wesley Memorial Meth odist church, led the devotional. He spoke on Our Word is as Good as An Oath. He . eminded the group that the founders of our country practiced this. Mr. Wheeler said," the Kingdom of God is within us, where there is greatness of soul there is something akin to God. Parents and teachers have great est responsibilities ever entrusted to any generation to help instill the right principle in our girls and boys. Miss Maude Weber, speaker of the evening, used as her subject, Factors which Build Personality. She urged parents to take Christ as an example. She emphasized the following qualities' Seeing the best in others; honesty and sin cerity; forgiveness; strong con victions of right and wrong; and humbleness and said, "people with a godly aspect see a purpose for each of us. People who are happy within, are the happiest in the world and have a poise that nothing can take away. x iic ^icsiucm o luc&iHge was read by Mrs. R. F. Hope. It was announced plans were being made whereby all parents having chil dren entering school next fall for the first time to contact each par ent in hope that any physical- de fects may be remedied. The usual pre-school clinic will not be held this year. A variety show put on by the members of the eighth grade and Glee club on Friday, March 1 was enjoyed and a good sum realized for the P.-T. A. treasury. A note of thanks from Mary Louise Galphin, daughter of the P.-T. A. president, was read. C. G. Berry, school principal, was recognized and expressed his appreciation for the principles pointed out by Mr. Wheeler and Miss Weber and expressed the wish that more of the parents take advantage of the worthwhile activities being participated in by a few. He stated the need for members of the P.-T.A. to be ac tive and to donate time and ef fort to character building. The attendance award was won by Miss Charlotte Collett’s first grade. A nominating committee com posed of Mrs. R. W. Gorman, Miss Charlotte Collett .and Mrs G. W. Allard to report at the April meeting and officers will be elected. Kaihryn Highsmiih. William E. Hamrick Wed In Duke Chapel CLINTON, Mar. 13—Miss Kath ryn Highsmith and William Ed ward Hamrick were married at Duke chapel at noon on Saturday, March 2, with the Rev. O. E. Bry ant of Brevard, former pastor and friend of the family officiating. The double ring ceremony was used. The wedding was witnessed by the families and a few close friends of the couple. Palms, ferns, a white trellis twined with smilax and floor baskets of white gladioli decorated the chancel. A program of wedding music was rendered by Mrs. James Hen drix, organist, of Durham, and Miss Jean Hull, vocalist, of Co lumbia, S. C. Miss Hull sang “Because” by d’Hardelot, “I Love Thee” by Grieg, and “The Lord’s Prayer” by Malotte. She wore a cerise wool dress with black ac cessories, and a gardenia corsage. Miss Anne Highsmith was maid of-honor, and her sister’s only at tendant. She wore a wool dress of winter white with brown acces sories, and carried a colonial nose gay tied with gold ribbon. S. Leon Smith of Greensboro, uncle of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Donald Sunaner of Spartanburg, S. C., and Hay wood Page of Burgaw. The bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her in mar riage. She wore a suit of heavenly blue wool with navy and white ac cessories, and carried a prayer book showered with satin ribbons and topped with a white orchid. The mothers of both the bride and bridegroom wore black with matching accessories, and corsages of white roses. Mrs. Hamrick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Charles Highsmith of Burgaw. She gradu ated from Flora McDonald college with a B.S. Degree, and is now .home demonstration agent in Or ange county. Mr. Hamrick is the son of Mrs. H. C. Simonson of Spartanburg, S. C. He has been employed at the Wiley Kinsley theaters in Spartan burg since his discharge from the army, after three years of service. He plans to return to the Uni versity of North Carolina at the spring term and resume his studies. The couple left for a two weeks’ honeymoon at Daytona Beach, Florida, after which they will be at *a home at 28 Village apartments, Chapel Hill. After the rehearsal on Friday night the wedding party and out of-town guests were entertained at a cake cutting at the bride’s apart, ment. The living room was charm ingly decorated with spring flow ers and candle light. Mrs. E. C. Highsmith presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. H. C. Simonson served cake. Miss Anne High smith, Mrs. James Highsmith and Mrs. Hugh B. Highsmith assisted, serving nuts and mints. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Highsmith, host and hostess, and their daughter Anne, Mrs. James Highsmith, of Burgaw, Mrs. Hugh B. Highsmith and Miss Eliza beth Page of Wilmington, Miss Jean Hull of Columbia, S. C., Miss Ethel Graham of Smithfield, Kev. and Mrs. O. 2. Bryant of Brevard, Mrs. R- A. McCullen of Clinton, Mrs. H. C. Simonson and Donald Sumner of Spartanburg, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith and son, and Olin Bishop and son of Greensboro, and Frank Cockinos of Charlotte. Mrs. Dannenbaum ! Named President Of Sunset P.-T.A. The Sunset Park P.-T.A. met in ! the auditorium of the new building j on Tuesday night March 12, with 1 two hundred members present, i Mrs. J. A. Pierce, president, called 1 the meeting to order, after which H. H. Hodgin gave the devotional. The secretary read the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer gave the monthly report. Mrs. H. L. McPherson read the recommendation of the nominating committee as follows: for presi dent, Mrs. Robert Dannenbaum; vice present, Mrs. W. A. Cannon; treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Chamblee; secretary, Mrs. W. M. Walters. The recommendation of the com mittee was approved and the new officers elected for the coming year. Robert Dannenbaum .jave a re port on the progress 01. the road committee. He said that the city manager has referred the matter to the city engineer for an estimate of the cost of paving the street. The executive board of the P. .A. presented the following rec ommendations: That the P.-T.A. sponsor a pre school party for the children enter, ing the first grades next year, with Mrs. H. H. Hodgin, Mrs. Shuffler and the first grade teachers work ing together on this. That a plan ning committee be appointed for the purpose of beautifying the rooms, building, or grounds of the school. This committee is to oper ate over a period of time, probably five years or more. The P. T.A. adopted the recom mendations with an amendment, that the members of this commit tee rotate, added to the second re commendation. Mrs. B. G. White, chairman of the grademothers, asked that the grademothers and gradefathers meet on Monday afternoon, March 18, to plan the Easter parties for the different grades. Miss Annie Daniel’s fourth grade won the prize for having the largest number of parents present. Miss Doris Gurley’s first grade and Mrs. Beatrice Southerland’s second won the room prizes. Wansley Sharpe, from the fourth grade, sang a lovely solo, “Beauti ful Dreamer.’’ Miss Daniel’s fourth grade gave a demonstration lesson in Physical Education as it is taught in the schools. Carol Lynn Young, from the third grade play ed two selections on the piano. Mrs. Robert Dannenbaum, pro gram chairman, introduced H. M. Roland, superintendent of schools! in New Hanover county, who gave a most interesting and helpful talk on educating the children of today. He discussed the thoroughness, or lack of thoroughness, in the over-all education of a child; the discipline in the schools; and the physical education taught in the schools. He stressed the fact that cooperation between parents and teachers means much in the education of the child. After the meeting adjourned, re freshments were served in the front hall by Mrs. H. L. McPherson, Mrs. W. F. Sidbury, Mrs. E. E. Dye, and Mrs. J. A. Bostic. Phalanx Fraternity Holds Supper Meet The Phalanx fraternity entertain ed the first of this week at a supper meeting at Wrightsville Sound at 7:30 o’clock. Among those attending were: Kelly Jewell, Jr., Martha Pence, Davfd Cheshire, Sara Koonce, Bob Hayes, Kathryn Slaughter, Frank Murphy, Dot Knight, Henry Meier, Pat Williamson, Bill Morris, Mar garet Cavanaugh, Douglas Jewell, Dorothy Shook, M. Cheshire, Jr., Margaret Gerock, J. C. Bryan, Lou Sellers, Gene Jewell and Jean Ingram. The next meeting of the fraterni ty will be held J>n Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock. ll. Andrews-Covenant \ Auxiliary Holds Meet \ __ < A beautiful and inspiring service ( vas conducted in the main audi orium of St. Andrews - Covenant Presbyterian church Monday even ng, March 11th at 8 o’clock, when he Woman’s Auxiliary held the an mal meeting, with Mrs. W. M. Cameron, president, presiding. An organ prelude was played by Miss Katherine VonGlahn, follow* :d by a hymn and short prayer, j Mrs. Eugene D. Witherspoon, act ing secretary, called for the an lual reports, and it was an in spiration and challenge to hear of the splendid work done during he past year. Total receipts of p2,777.32 were reported as having seen contributed to the various j activities of the church and aux iliary. Following a lovely violin Solo “Schon Rosmarin (Kriesler) by Mrs. Chas. E. Slack, accompanied on the organ by Miss VonGlahn, Miss Isabel McDougal, retiring historian, summed up all of the ac tivities of the auxiliary during the past year, bringing out the social as well as the spiritual and finan cial activities. Mrs. Cameron thanked the offi cers for their splendid support dur ing the pasl year, and told the new officers how glad she was to have the opportunity and privilege of working with them during the com ing year. At this time all lights in the church were dimmed, leav ing only a beautiful illuminated cross on the altar, with a large white candle burning beaneath it. Mrs. Cameron, speaking of light being the hope of the world and what it had meant to peoples of all nations down through the cen turies, particularly emphasizing the importance of Christians car rying the light cf their faith so that others might benefit from its warmth and radiance, took up a small white candle and, turning, lit it from the large candle be neath the cross. While Mrs. Geo. S. Boylan and Arthur John sang “Let the Lower Lights be Burn ing”, all of the officers for the coming year went forward and lit a white candle from Mrs. Camer on’s, forming a semi-circle on either side of the illuminated cross and central candle. Still standing before the mem bers of the auxiliary and guests the new officers were formally in stalled by Dr. Eugene D. Wither spoon, Th.D., pastor of the church, who charged them with their re sponsibilities and opportunities for service, calling attention to the challenge of loyalty and service to God all Christians have at this time. After- the benediction the organ st played a soft recessional, while he new officers still carrying their ighted candles, marched down the entral aisle and out of the church, ymbolizing the carrying of light iut into the World. General officers for the coming fear are: Mrs. W. M. Cameron, resident; Mrs. J. E. Evans, vice president: Mrs. A. R. Urquhart, •ecording secretary; Mrs. W: P. 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