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Compleles Wedding Plans Plans have been completed for the wedding of Miss Mary Doris Lyon and Robert B. McKinzie, which will take place here Satur day evening at 5 o’clock, April 27, in the chapel of the First Presby terian church. Prior to the -eremony, a pro gram of nuptial music will be given by John F. Pfeil, organist, and Mrs. Oliver Carter, soloist. Miss Dorothy Williamson of Elizabethtown, will attend as maid of-honor, and only attendant. The bride will be given in mar riage by her cousin, N. S. Lyon, of Johnson City, Tenn. Attending the bririgegroom as best man will be Harry Gilliard. Chief Petty officer J. 5. Robeson, uncle of the bride, will act as ush er. Immediately following the wed ding a reception will be given in St. Johns Tavern for the wedding party, relatives and out-of-town guests. No wedding invitations have been issued and friends of the couple are invited to attend. Recreation Centers Hold Easter Hunts Easter egg hunts are the high spots for the children of the Re- j creation centers this week-end. j Eggs were dyed in the centers by 1 the children under supervision of the Recreation directors or by in- j terested mothers in the various communities. The children of Cornelius Har nett Recreation center enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at Hilton park, Thursday afternoon at 3 p. m. There were 75 children who hiked with their director, Mrs. Maxine Smith, from the center to the park, where the eggs were hidden. After the hunt, there were games, con tests and refreshments. Jimmy White was awarded the prize for finding the golden egg and Mar garet Goff was winner for finding the largest number of eggs. The eggs were furnished by the Cornelius Harnett P.-T. A., and were dyed in the recreation center by the children under the supervi sion of Mrs. Maxine Smith, recrea tional director. Saturday morning, the children of Maffitt Village and Nesbitt courts centers took part in their scheduled hunts. * * * Liver supplies more iron than any other food and pork liver contains more than twice as much as beef liver. VASHTI GORNTO, president of Junior hostess groups at the Second and Orange USO clubs, shows !ner new Easter bonnet to the Easter bunny. He doesn’t seem interested because his mind is on the “egg hunt,” which will take place at the club this af ternoon with his Marine friends and hostesses. Miss Ray Benneii Becomes Bride Of Robert Sawyer In Wilmington The marriage of Miss Ray Ben nett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dixon of this city, to Robert W. Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sawyer of Darien, Wis consin, took place Wednesday eve ning, April 17, in the Pearsall Me morial Presbyterian church at 5:30 o’clock. The Rev. A. J. How ell, pastor emuritus, officiated. Cybodium fern and southern smilax was used in the decoration of the chancel. Completing the scene were vases of white gladioli and two seven branched cande-! labra. Eugene Mauney, organist, ren dered a program of nuptial music prior to the ceremony. Mrs. Ben ; F. Parker, cousin of the bride, 1 sang “Because’’ and “I Love You Truly.” The traditional wedding marches of Wagner and Mendels sohn were used. Miss Bennett who was given in marriage by her step-father, H. W. Dixop, wore a gown of ivory satin, | with bouffant skirt which tapered off into a bridal train. The tight satin bodice, ending in a point at the waist, was accented by a sweetheart neckline and long lace tipped sleeves. A fingertip veil of bridal illusion fell from a cap copied along the Mary Queen of Scots style. The bride’s only orna ment consisted of a gold locket, a gift of the bridegroom. Her arm bouquet was of white carnations centered with an orchid, showered with swansonia, and tied with white satin ribbon. Miss Betty Foy, maid-of-honor, wore a gown of powder blue mar- j quisette. The bodice was fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and short butterfly sleeves. A bustle composed of ruffled marquisette caught up the fullness of the dress. She wore long white gloves and carried a nosegay of pink carna-1 tions and blue delphiniums tied with blue net. Natural flowers j were worn in her hair. Other attendants of the bride were Miss Mildred Hughes, and: Miss Beatrice Campen. They wore ! identical gowns with that of the maid-of-honor, and also carried nosegays of pink carnations and blue delphiniums tied with blue net. i Mr. Sawyer had as his best man, j F. Marion Foy. Ushers for the 1 ceremony were Thomas B. Dixon and Clifton E. Dixon, step-brothers of the bride. Mrs. Dixon, mother of the bride, wore a nsvy blue crepe dress which was fashioned with a low V-neck and a draped skirt form ing a ruffle on the left side. A picture hat of navy blue, white gloves, and a corsage of white gar denias completed her ensemble. Mrs. Sawyer, mother of the bridegroom, wore a lime green gown made on classic lines with long sleeves and high neck. She wore a shoulder corsage of white carnations. Her accessories were _ a 1.1 _ Following the ceremony a recep tion was held at the home of the bride’s parents on the Market Street road. The home was ap propriately decorated with white roses and Southern smilax. A bowl of white roses combined with fern set off the bridal table which was laid v/ith a white lace cloth. On one end of the table was the punch bowl and on the other was the three-tiered wedding cake. Burning tapers in silver can delabra completed the picture Miss Rachel Mills presided over the punch bowl in the house while Miss Dorothy Mills presided over the one in the sunroom. For the wedding trip Mrs. Saw yer wore a gray chalk striped suit accented with a pink blouse and hat made on the Puritan bonnet style. She carried black accesso ries and wore a shoulder corsage composed of the orchid taken from her bridal bouquet. The couple will make their home temporarily in Darien, Wisconsin, where they both plan to enter col lege next fall. • • Miss Hazel Reeder Honored At Dinner Miss Hazel H. Reeder, whose wedding to Tom Herring was an event of Saturday afternoon, was entertained Wednesday night at a buffet dinner by Mrs. Lottie B. McLendon in her home on 221 South Sixth street. The rooms were attractively ar ranged with bowls of spring flow ers placed at intervals about ten home. The hostess presented the hon oree with a corsage of talisman roses and a gift of china in her chosen pattern. Mrs. Hobson Ben nett and Mrs. George Williamson, recent brides, were also present ed with corsages of roses. During the evening bingo and other games were enjoyed and prizes were awarded the winners. Mrs. W. K Toot, Jr., and Mrs. W. H. Fisher assisted the hostess in serving. Covers were laid for 16 guests at beautifully appointed ta bles which were placed in the liv ing rooms. Edna Burris, Robert Nance Are Wed Here The wedding of Miss Edna Earle Burris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burriss, ancl Robert B. Nance, son of Mrs. F. B. Nance and the late Mr. Nance of Tryon, took piace Friday evening, April 5, in the Grace Methodist parsonage with the Rev. J. A. Russell, pastor, offi ciating. / The bride chose for her wed ding a beige gabardine suit accent ed with a brown squirrel scarf. Her corsage was of brown orchids. The bride is a graduate of New Hanover High school and Motte’s business college. She has been em ployed by the Texas company for the past two years. The bridegroom, who has just recently been discharged from the army after serving 30 months in the Southwest Pacific and Ja pan, attended the University of South Carolina where he expects to return this fall for completion of a degree in law. He is a member of the Phi Sigma Ka>pa social frat ernity. After the wedding me couple left for a short trip to the western part of the state. • • * Club Clock The Letitia-Rebecca lodge No. 3, IOOF, will me(t Thurs day night at 3 o’clock in the Odd Fellows hall. Parish bingo, a benefit party, is scheduled Monday night at 8 o’clock in St. Mary’s Catho lic club. Prizes will be award ed. Tickets may be obtained at the door and the public is invited to attend. Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary ^gill meet Tuesday night at 8 o’clock in the Tide Water hall. All members are urged to be present. The Lula McCraken class of Fifth Avenue Methodist church will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday night at 8 o’clock with Mrs. J. R. Edwards, teacher. Audubon Home Demonstra tion club will meet ITmrsday afternoon at 3 o’clock with Mrs. Aubrey Smith. All members are urged to attend. Goldenrod chapter No. 142, Order of Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting Monday night at 8:15 o’clock in the Ma sonic temple. The Westley-Scoville Bible class of Trinity Methodist church will meet Monday night at 8 oclock at 103 North 13th street with Miss Elizabeth Williams, hostess. ---— Popular Bride Is Honored At Dinner Party St. John’s Tavern was the scene of a lovely dinner party Saturday evening when Mrs. Pender Dur ham, Mrs. Wallace West, Miss Ver nell Wells and Miss lone Pinner entertained, honoring Mrs. Marion Jeffords, the former Miss Sara Mintz, of this city. Guests were invited for 7:30 and dinner was served ir the East Din ing room. The dining room was beautifully decorated with spring flowers, and white wedding bells hung from the chandelier. The bride was presented with a lovely corsage by the hostesses, and also given a crystal vase. After the dinner, the bride and groom were invited to cut the wed ding cake, which was centered on a side table, banked with smilax and burning tapers. Around thirty guests attended, composed of the bridal party, fam ily and out-of-town guests. * * * Mildred Johnson To Direct Play "Smilin' Through" Under the direction of Miss Mil dred Johnson, the seniors will pre sent “Smilin’ Through,’’ this year’s chosen annual play, on April 27, in the New Hanover Hign school auditorium Written by Allan Langdon Mar tin, the story is based on a tragic love affair which happened fifty years ago. A prologue and three acts compose the play. Characters in “Smilin’ Through ' are as follows: Sarah Wayne, Helen Rosenmao; Mary Clare, Betty Jean Marshburn; young John Carteret, Mac Ayres; old John Carteret, George Darden; young Dr. Harding, Eugene Mauney; old Dr. Harding, Oliver Watkins; young Ellen, Joanne Piastre; old Ellen, Sylvia Fine; Kathleen Dungannon, Jane Head; Willie Aimey, Durwood Orrell; Kenneth Wayne, Jimmy Hanson; Jeremiah Wayne, Joe Gray; and Moonyeen Clare, Duglas McKoy. The committees for the play are in charge of Mary Elizabeth West brook. * * * Add a teaspoor.ful of celery seed to the dry ingredients when making biscuit dough for a meat pie crust. Catholic Club To Serve Doughnuts Coffee an doughnuts will be served to all visiting members of the armed forces in St. Mary’s Catholic club today from 9 a. m. until 1 p. m., and a cordial in vitation is extended to all service men to attend. Mrs. C. H. Chenworth, P. J ■ ■ ~~ Baschon, and a group of Junior ] hostesses will be on hand to serve ! the guests. The reaolng ana writ ing rooms opened for the con venience of the service men. The dub will be open every Sunday morning, when coffee and doughnuts will be served. * * * A grand way to make Junior drink his milk is to serve it in a milk shake flavored with bananas. BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. E. K Castle Hayne road, announced birth of a daughter, Edwina April 17, in Marion Sprung Mrs. Sherman is the former £ me Rae Johnson. “ln" * * * Try a lattice t.jsp on a meat using strips of cheese past-y T'h is especially good with ham „ corned beef. ‘ ot 1 M — _ ♦♦♦ Continued By Popular Demand ;£ ! | THIS WEEK ONLY f | ONE 8"xl0" | ♦^4* ^ | SILVERTONE | | PROTRAIT § I for $.joo I; I 0NLY | | b c< % Selection Of Proofs Shown Er*. V » '♦♦♦ S * NO APPOINTMENT ♦> * NECESSARY X r? i- x K* A Au Work Guaranteed ;i* !<♦ t************* miimu 11 mn111n A ,Y I THIS OFFER EXPIRES | A I SATURDAY, APRIL 27th | wWWWW lllllll.lii V | GOLDCRAFT STUDIO f A 316 N- Front St. Hotel Wilmington Bldg. 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