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Carl McCartha Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Michael Paulukas 0f Chicago, announce the engage ment ot their daugnter, Alice of Raleigh, to Carl W. McCartha, of Qree sboro, son of Mrs. J. e. 3 jjcCa"ca of Leesville, S. C. ' Rhc wedding will take place on jLine h at Springfield, 111. ~M: - Paulukas is associate edi tor 0: North Carolina Education, official monthly publication of the North Carolina Education Associa tion. Mr. McCartha, formerly prin cipal of the Junior High school, Gastonia, is now assistant head of the department of education cf the Woman's college of the Uni versity of North Carolina in Greensboro. * * * Choir To Preseni Easier Program Of Sacred Music A service of sacred music will 6e given in the Trinity Methodist church this afternoon beginning at 3:30 o’clock. The program for this service will be as follows: Prelude Largo, Elgar; Hymn, O Worship the King, Haydn; In vocation, The Rev. E. B. Fisher; Solo, The Stranger of Galilee, Mor ris; Anthem, The Lord is My Light, Speaks; Solo, There is "a Land Mine Eye Hath Seen, Cronin shields; Organ selections, The Swan, Saint-Saens; Prelude in “D” Minor, Bach, and Air for “G” String, Bach; Solo, Jerusalem, Parker; Anthem, Sanctus; Gounod; Solo, O Divine Redeemer, Gound; Hymn, For the Beauty of the Earth, Kocher; Benediction, The Rev. E. B. Fisher, and Postlude, Postlude in “C”, Kern. Members of the choir for this program will be Sara Anne Eaton, Gracie Gurganious, Patty Jones, Mary Ann Mann, and Jane Smith, sopranos; Marguerite Todd, Mil dred Thomas, Glenn Hufham, Flora Mclver, and Margie Reis sner, altos; Bobby Melton, Carl Jenkins, Hugh Evans, and Donald Brown, tenors: Billy Wagner, Jim mie Simon, Bobby McKenzie, and H. C. Stanley, basses. Soloists will be Ara Anne Eaton, John Hearn, Jane Smith, and Bob by Melton. Eugene Mauney is choir director and organist, and the Rev. E. B. Fisher will officiate at the service. * * » Business Women Enjoy Wenier Roast The Blue Triangle club held a weiner roast Wednesday evening, April 10, at 6:30 o’clock. Due to bad weather, the event was held indoors at the YWCA instead of at Greenfield Lake, as had been pre viously planned. Weiners were roasted over an open fire and doughnuts and bot tled drinks finished out the refresh ments. Games were played and songs sung. Despite unfavorable weather, an enjoyable time was had by all. During the course of the evening, Miss McDovvall announced that YWCA membership drive will close Apil 19. Around 25 members were pres ent. BLUETHENTHAL, MORROW CHAPEL HILL, April 13.—Many University of North Carolina stud ents have been voted monograms by the Athletic Council for out standing records in winter sports, Athletic Director R. A. Fetzer an nounced today. Included in the list were two Wil mingtonians, Samuel H. Morrow awarded a letter for varsity swim ming and Arthur Bluethenthal, awarded a letter for varsity wrest ling. Lime is made by burning oyster shells in huge rotary kilns nine feet in diameter and 365 feet long, at the Mathieson Alkali Works In Lake Charles, La. _ I * ■ r ■■■—— III. Golden Anniversary N o i e d By Waltons 0 f Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE, April, 13. — Mr. and Mrs. Geo A. Walton, well known residents of Onslow county celebrated their Golden Anniver sary at their home Sunday after noon March 17 from 3 to 6 o’clock. Approximately 75 guests called, including four persons who were present at the time of the mar riage in 1896. These were: Steve Aman, John Aman. Miss Lucy Gur ganus and Mrs B. P. Williams all of Jacksonville. Beautiful and numerous were the gifts showered on the couple. The residence was attractively decorated with flowers and yellow candles in keeping with the golden anniversary. The dining - room table, covered with a lace cloth, held a huge three-tier cake with a minature bride and bridegroom. One significate decoration was the crystal goblet, the last of a set presented the couple on their wed ding-day. It was tied with yel low ribbon and stood with the registration book which was pre sided over by Miss Carolyn Locka my, a grand-daughter. Guests were receicod by Mrs. G. A. Lockamy and Miss Lissie Wal ton and directed to the dining-room where Mrs. W. W. Higgins, of Wil mington a sister of the bride, pre sided over the punch bowl. Delicious sandwiches, eggnog, cake and ice cream were served. Those assisting in serving were Mrs. Charles A. Sanford, Mrs, C. L. Walton, Miss Nannie Walton and Miss Eleanor Lockamy. Children of the couple present were: Dr. C. L. Walton, Glen Al pine, Mrs. Chas. A. Sanford, Nar beth, Pa., Mrs. G. A. Lockamy, Mrs. H. L. Proffitt, G. J. Walton, all of Jacksonville. Geo. D. Walton of San Diego, Calif., was unable to be present. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Ewd. J. Scott, Mrs. J. A. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown all of Wilmington. H. L. Proffitt, Nor folk, Va., C. L. Walton Jr., Phm 3-c Cherry Point, Mr., and Mrs. R. N. Scott, New Bern, Mrs. J. W. Bishop, Charlotte and Miss Kath leen Venters, Greenville. * * * Fidler - Zandy Vows Solemnized BURGAW, April 13.—Miss Jean Zandy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Zandy, of Burgaw and Rich ard Fidler, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Fidler, of Greensboro, were united in marriage at the Burgaw Baptist church Sunday noon, March 17, with the Rev. William A. Poole, pastor of the bride of ficiating using the double ring ceremony. The church was beautifully deco rated with a background of fern and spirea and large baskets of white iris. A program of nuptial music was rendered by Mrs. N. C. Blake, pi anist and Mrs. C E. McCullen, soloist! Mrs. Blake played Beetho ven’s “Moonlight Sonata,” Schu bert’s “Serenade” and “Tell Me Do You Love Me?” Mrs.McCullen sang “Because’ by D’PIardelot and “Prayer Perfect” by Riley Stenson. The traditional wedding marches were used for the pro cessional and the recessional. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a navy blue suit with navy blue accessories and she wore a cor-1 sage of purple orchids. The bride had as her maid-of honor and only attendant, Miss. Jewel Porter, of Warsaw, who wore a suit of powder blue, with black accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. The bridegroom was attended by Bill Bowles, of Greensboro, as best man. Mrs. Zandy, mother of the bride, wore a suit of nile green, with black accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. | Mrs. Fidler, mother of the bride 1 groom, wore a suit of powder blue 8 with navy accessories and a cor sage of white roses. The bride was graduated from Burgaw High school and was em ployed by the Overseas Replace ment Center in Greensboro where she held a secretarial position. Mr. Fidler is a graduate of Greensboro High school and has been serving in the U. S. Army for the past three years. He re cently received his discharge. Out-of-town guests present were: Mrs. E. W. Bowles. Sr.. Miss Eva Bowles, Jackie McCauley and Mrs. J. P. Newton, of Greensboro; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Porter and Miss Jewel Porter, of Warsaw and Mrs. John Chadwick, ol Shallotte. Immediately following the cere mony the bride’s parents enter tained a few friends and relatives at their home. After a short honeymoon the couple are making their home in Reading, Pa., where Mr. Fidler will enter school. NEW RECORD SANTA MONICA. Calif., April 13—(>P)—A 44 passenger Douglas DC-4 plane today clipped one hour and six minu’es from the best previous time for a flight from San Francisco to Australia. BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr.and Mrs. Newton Jay Kelly announce the birth of a daughter, Edna Lynne, April 4 at Marion Sprunt annex. CM/C ROBERT D. SIMMONS AND MRS. SIMMONS—Whose marriage was solemnized on Saturday, April 6, at the First Bap tist church in Wilmington. Mrs. Simmons is the former Lena Mae Russ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Russ of Ash. Mr. Sim mons is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Simmons of Wilmington. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE A. WALTON—of Jacksonville, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday, March 17, at their home in Jacksonville. I— FOR — CORRECT TTME CALL 2-3575 - FOR - Correct Jewelry VISIT The JEWEL BOX Wilmington’s Most Popular Jewelry Store 109 N. Front St. Announcing The Opening ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP 301 Carolina Ave. Sunset Park Louise Horton LeGwin, Owner. We are proud to announce the opening of our modem new shop . . . and invite your inspection and patronage. Visit us often for com plete beauty services professional ly rendered at reasonable rates. 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