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MISS PAULA ELAINE GANEY—Daughter of E. A. Ganey, whose
•n&agement to Thomas Wessell Sneeden, son of Z. A. Sneeden of Wilmington, is announced. The wedding will take place in early June. Goldenrod Chapter Of Eastern Star Installs Officers At Masonic Temple In a beautifully decorated Chap ter room, and before a large gath ering of members and friends, new officers of Goldenrod Chapter No. 142, Order of the Eastern Str- were , installed in a very pretty ceremony Friday night. Mrs. Harriet Powell, Past Grand Matron of the Grand chapter of North Carolina served as Grand Installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Jessie Shoemaker, Past Matron, as grand conductress, Mrs. Fanny Heidt, as grand associate conduc tress, Mrs. Bernice Bjonerud and Mrs. Maude Haas, past matrons as grand marshals, Mrs. Alma Page, past matron, as grand chaplain, I™-"" and Mrs. Blanch Roper as grand organist. As the worthy matron was es corted to the East the associate matron and five Star Points stood in the East, and with words ap propriate to their stations present ed her with a lovely bouquet of red roses, after which Mrs. Han nah Block sang “I Love You Truly.” The following officers were in stalled: Mrs. Margaret Parr, worthy matron; C. B. Maynard, worthy patron; Mrs. Edna Hood, associate matron; ,T. F. Hood, as sociate patron; Mrs. Ethel Brown, secretary; Mrs. Jessie Taylor, treasurer; Mrs. Kathleen Eunn, ■ 1Beautiful JLapel [rms QJor toaster 1/20 12K Gold Filled PEN and EARRING SETS BY ISKIN $17-50 up Tax Inc. See Our Lapel Pin Window Display B'GTJRR xJ £ WE LEU 264 N. Front St. I- ~ .RED 1 . GREEN . BEIGE • YELLOW • POWDER BLUE v • BLACK 2-99 TO 5-99 Gay little sandal wedgies that are oh, so i < eomfortabie s , , 'cause they're e/ast/cized . . • on leather soled platforms! Nationally advertised in leading magazines Su-Aiin Shoe Store Sf jotwear Sfor CLll 109% NORTH FRONT STREET i i u ^ i Thursday Music Club Plans Meei The monthly meeting of the Thursday Morning Music club wiU be held on April 11, at 10:30 o’clock in St. James Great HaU with the executive committee meeting at 10 o’clock. The subject for the month is Folk Song, and the leaders of the morning will be Mrs. B. H. Thomason and Mrs. Louis Hanson. The program to be presented is as follows: Paper, Mrs. H. L. McPherson. Two Finnish Folk songs, O. No vacek, arranged Leopole Auer. Dark Eyes, Gypsy Folk Song, ar ranged Cobum. Mrs. J. D. Ed wards, Mrs. Jack Swart, Mrs. F. C. Norris, Mrs. Samuel Warshauer, Mrs. Charles Slack, Miss Margaret McClammy and Mrs. Robert Whit aker. Danny Boy, Irish Folk Song; Loch Lomond, Scotch Folk Song, Mrs. O. E. DuRant, Jr. Songs My Mother Taught Me: A. Doorak, arr. Kreisler; Shorn Ros maxin, Kreisler, Mrs. Charles Slack. Folk Dances of the various Na tions, W. G. Robertson. None but the Lonely Heart, P. Trchaikowsky; Atres un Revi, Faure, Miss Josephine Gibson. Accompanists: Mrs. Sam A. Troy Jr., Mrs. J. D. Edwards and Mrs. B. H. Thomason. * * * Forest Hills School Plans Special Meet Wednesday Afternoon All children expecting to enter Forest Hills school in September 1946 are invited to come with their parents to the school auditorium Wednesday, April 10 at 1:30 o’clock. There Mrs. Leon Hall, school nurse, will instruct the mothers as to the health requirements for the chil dren entering school. Following this the children may visit the first grade rooms and the cafeteria, where refreshments will be served. • * • Wrightsboro School Plans Special Meet For Children Friday _ All parents of pre-school chil ! dren for the school year of 1496 1947 are urged to bring their chil dren, who are entering school for the first time next year, to a pre school clinic at the Wrightsborc school Friday at 1 o’clock. The Wrightsboro Parent-Teacher association has been fortunate in obtaining the services of a doctor, the school nurse with two extra nurses for the clinic. conductoress; Mrs. Carol Hender son, associate conductress; Mrs Margaret Rusher, chaplain; Mrs Edith Thompson, marshal; Mrs Esper Hall, organist; Mrs. Aller Baggett, Adah; Mrs. Ruth Otts Ruth; Mrs. Mattie Patterson, Es ther; Mrs. Lyda Highsmith, Mar tha; Mrs. Ruth Ottaway, Electa Mrs. Sallie Underwood, Warder H. O. Motz, sentinel. After the close of chapter a so cial hour was enjoyed and refresh ments served. Pictured above are the new officers installed by the Order of the Eastern Star on Friday evening in the Masonic Temple, they are first row left to right: Mrs. Edith Thompson, marshal; Mrs. Lyda Highsmith, Martha; Mrs. Ruth Otts, Ruth; Mrs. Sallie Underwood, warden; Mrs. Esper Hall, organist; Mrs. Mattie Patterson, Esther; Mrs. Aleen Baggett, Adah; second row: Mrs. Ethel Brown, secretary; Mrs. Margaret Rusher, chaplain; Mrs. Carol Henderson, associate conductress; Mrs. Margaret Parr, worthy matron; Mrs. Edna Hood, associate matron; Mrs. Ruth Ottaway, Electra; and Mrs. Kath leen Bunn, conductress; back row: H. O. Motz, sentinel; C. B. Maynard, worthy patron; and J. F. Hood, associate patron. (Star-News staff photo by Bob Hodgkin). Sallye Josey, H. E. Crawford Are Wed Here (Continued From Page One) Helen Hicks of Wilmington and Miss Blanche Hicks of Greensboro, wore gowns of yellow marquisette and carried Identical bouquets of mixed flowers tied with blue net. Little Anne Dudley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Dudley of Knoxville, Tenn., and granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cooper of Wilmington, was flower girl, and was dainty in her dress of pale blue organza with basket of white net filled with forget-me-nots and sweetheart roses. BRIDE The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory s-atir and tulle gown trimmed in heir loom Brussells lace. The dres: terminated with a sweeping cour train in the back. Her veil o bridal illusion was held in place by a cap of matching lace held witl dusters of orange blossoms. Shi carried «n arm bouquet of stepha notis and tied with sheer whiti ribbon. | Mr. Crawford was attended by i Rober* Woodcock or New York, a; best man and his usher-grooms men were: Emerson Willard, Mar tin Willard, Claude Howell and Billy Sutherland ell of Wilmington, James Kenny of Bethlehem;. Fa. and Leland Kitchen, Jr., of Scot land Neck. ' I 'Vi m hvr i /-? £» ’ e r-vfVi ot> TITO eft ft Wl n nli net and sequin trimmed gown and a corsage of coral camellias. Mrs. Crawford wore a gown of sapphire blue and grey with a shoulder bouquet of pink roses. Immediately following the cere mony the bride’s parents enter tained at a beautiful reception at the Cape Fear Country ciub. The entire upper floor of the clubhouse was charmingly decorated throughout with native greenery and white flowers and tapers. The reception was attended by several hundred guests. Later in the evening the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. Mrs. Crawford changed to a smart grey and yellow frock with gray top-coat, gray hat and brown furs and accessories. At the completion of their wedding trip they will re turn to Flushing, Long Island, to make their home. The bride is a graduate of Peace Junior college in Raleigh and the Woman’s college of the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Mr. Crawford was graduated from Andover academy, and Wil liams college where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fra ternity and from the Harvard Graduate School of Business. He is a member of the Harvard Club of New York City. He enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve in August 1940 and served through December 1945, three years of service being overseas. He was discharged from the Navy as a lieutenant commander and has as sumed his duties as president of the John W. Crawford company in New York City. PARTIES Since the announcemen tof her engagement during early Febru ary the bride has been honored by the following: Mrs. Auley Crouch, Jr., Mrs. E. H. Munson, Mrs. E. R. Toms, Mrs. Robert Slocum, Miss Grace Slocum, Mrs. John Tinga, Miss Marie Conly, Mrs. O. F. Cooper, Miss Maria Davis, Mrs. Herbert Codington, Mrs. Jere D. Freeman, Misses Eliza Yonge and Mary Wootten, Miss Peggy Moore and Claude Howell, Mrs. Martin S. Willard, Misses Gertrude and Mary Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Glasgow Hicks, and Dr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson of Greensboro. Out-of - town guests included: Mrs. Crawford, mother of the bridegroom, Miss Elizabeth Cowperthwaite, of Medford, N. J., Misses Marian Foote of Kew Gar den, Long Island, Miss Atha Josey of New York City, James Kenny of Bethlehem, Pa., Charlie Brig r» " »'" ham of Flushing, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. C. Spears Hicks of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus W. Hicks of Charlotte, Miss Pat Hicks of Char lotte; Mr. and Mrs. Gray Hicks, Misses Blanche Hicks, and Sallie Gray Hicks and Allen Banner of Greensboro; Mrs. Leland Kitchen, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kitchen, Jr., and Miss Frances Phillips, of Scot land Neck; Mrs. Claude Gore, of ockjngham, Robert Woodcock of New York City; Dr. and Mrs. Carl I. Carlson, Carl Carlson, Jr., of Miss Thelma Todd, Leo Dyda Say Vows LUMBERTON, April 6. — Mr. and Mr*. Horace Graham of Lum berton, announce the marriage of their sister, Miss Thelma Todd, to Leo G Dyda of Hastings, Pa., chief petty officer, USN, which Greensboro; Mrs. T. J. Gibbons of Sherwood Dudley of Knoxville, Tenn., Miss Frances Sheltman, of Louisville, Ky., and Miss Helen Shaw of Fayetteville. took place in the chapel of u>, Memphis, Tenn., Air Ease March 22. Chaplain Driscoll ated at the double ring rites. [ Miss Dorothy Devere of Hail, lings, Pa., was maid-of-honor, and Gerald Johnson was best ma; The bride wore pale pink silk crepe w'-h black accessories an(i a corsage of white orchids. • , the daughter of L. L. Todd" 0f Lumberton and the late Mis. Todd and has been employed .? s beautician here. The bride:room | educated in Cherry Tree, Pa. has i been in the Navy since^ 1C40. 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