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Entertained At Cocktails, Supper i Miss Clarice -Rosenman and Dr. Howard H. Englander, whose mar-’ j.jage will be an event of Sunday, afternoon, were delightfully en-j tertainea at cocktails and a buffetj supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Max^ Warshauer at their cottage at Wrightsville Beach Thursday night. The bridal table was arranged v.i’h pink roses, and centered with a three-tiered wedding cake. Guests enjoying the affair with the honorees and Mr. and Mrs. Warshauer were Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Warshauer, Bernard War -.hauer, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gold s ein, Mr. and Mrs. William Rosen jyjan. Rabbi and Mrs. William Sa jowitz. Miss Helen Rosenmann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oppenheimer, Mrs. Sam Katzoff, Mr. and Mrs. r L. Lucas. Mrs. Louis Shrier, j,l:s. Louis Stern, and Mrs. Harry Kanlor. PERSONALS I Miss Betty Rierson of Charlotte, is spending two weeks in Wilming ton visiting friends. be yours! Simply cleanse irritated skin with gentle, mildly medicated Cuticura Soap—then apply soothing, emollient Cuticura Ointment. Buy today! At druggists everywhere. Maffili Village Installs Leaders At Final Meet : taffitt Village P.-T. A. held the final meeting of the school year this week with the installation of new officers. Mrs. Thelma Daughtry presided at the meelirg and the following new officers were installed: Presicent, Mrs. R. C. Hunt; Vice president, Mrs T. E. McKoy, Jr.; Secretary, Mrs. R. R. Strickland; and Treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Horne. Appearing on the program were the children of Mrs. Daughtry’s room, Mrs. B. S. Freezor, and Miss Boss Garner. Miss Mary Nichols and Mrs. Foskey were appointed by the president, as a committee to pur chase bibles for each room in the school. An order was placed for more playground equipment. Concluding the meeting, was an invitation extended to the mothers of the school, to attend a dinner at the Famous club honoring the teachers on Monday, May 20, at 7 o’clock. Mrs. Daughtry’s room won the room count. REMOVE CORNS |THE QUICK "GETS-IT" WAY A few drops of Gets-It, the liquid corn remover, works fast to check corn pain. In a few days lift corn out. Ask for Gets-It. J CANDIDATE for CONGRESS 7th Congressional District W. S. (Billy) Britt, candidate for Congress. A farmer, busi ness man and able lawyer. Born on a farm in Robeson county. His motto: “Fair treatment to all, class legislation to none.” Give him your vote and your support. ~W. S. (BILLY) BRITT GOOD HEWS For Those Wishing To Buy A FINE PIANO Watch For The Announcement Of The Opening NEXT WEEK OF THE HARRILL MUSIC STORE Maffitt Village Commercial Bldg. t'/i Miles 0”t On Carolina Beach Rd. Formerly Operating In Wilmington as the BALDWIN PIANO STORE 408 North Front St. We Will Open With Our Display Room Full Of The MOST BEAUTIFUL PIANOS Ever Shown In Wilmington — Including — BALDWIN-LESTER H. F. MILLER And Other Famous Makes GRANDS - SPINETS - CONSOLES We Are Receiving SPINETS Regularly From The HOUSE of BALDWIN SOCIETY MABEL ROGERS, Ediior •—— PHONE 2-3311 MEMBERS of the Thespians, New Hanover High school dramatic group, shown, above, during the final rehearsal of their major pro duction of the year, “Best Foot Forward” v/hich will be presented tonight at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium include: (reading left to right) Ed. Shain, Betty Britz, Betty Davis, Robert McCarl, Arnold Taylor, Hugh Evans, Nancy Winningham, Malcolm Crawfordj and Jimmy Hanson . . . STAR PHOTO BY BOB HODGKINS. Business Girls Entertain Mothers At Special Program-Banquet At USO Honoring their mothers, the members of the Blue Triangle Business Girls club of the YWCA entertained at a banquet Tues day night in the USO club, and presented each mother with a corsage of white sweet peas. The banquet tables were decor ated with large bouquets of spring flowers and the room was arrang ed in colored streamers and bal loons. Miss Virginia Ward opened the program with a welcome address to the mothers, and Mrs. W. C. Davis responded on behalf of the mothers with a poem entitled, “To Our Daughters.” , Appearing on the program was Miss Merle Bruner, who enter tained the members and guests by giving two hilarious readings done with rustic a cent. Mrs. James Murdock, sang the old Negro spiritual “Deep River” and led the group in singing “Mother MacRae.’’ “The Gent”, a one act play, was given by Misses Annie L. New borne and Jessie Watts. The pro gram ended with “Follow the oiporn " a gong, led by Mrs. Murdock. me social committee in charge of the party included Miss Jessie Watts, chairman, Lois Cooper, Bessie Fay Hunt, and Marie Wat son. Those attending the affair were: Misses Peach, Genevieve Steffens, Elizabeth Clark, Jennie Stout, Gloria Nichol, Edna Hemby, Mabel Watson, Edna Bessent, Margaret Kuhn, Juanita Rankin, Doris Hewlett, Dorothea Mac Dowell, Jessie Watts, Virginia Ward, Mary McDuffie, Catherine D. Davis, Virginia Cherbornean, Mary Lily Davis, Lois Cooper, Annie Louise Mewborne, Margaret Barker, Merle Bruner, Mis* Cun ningham, Miss Johnson, and Mes dames H. T. Fisher, MacDowell, Godwin, McDuffie, J. M. Davis, Krondsen, W. C. Davis, Cooper, Mewborne, D. C. Padrick, Far row, James Murdock, Parker, Steffins, Clark, Bostian, John son, Biggs, Shufford, Baldwin, Grissom, Smith, Rankin and Hew lett Church Society Holds Annual Dinner Parly The Women’s Missionary society of St. Paul’s Lutheran church held the annual Mother-Daughter ban quet Tuesday night at the parish house with the Rev. W. B. Freed, pastor, main speaker. Following the invocation by the Rev. Carl Fisher, pastor of St. Mathews’ Lutheran church, sup per was served and was followed by a program of music. Rev. Freed discussed the sig nificance of the present trend of global events in relation to the future world in which we all must live. , . , Mrs. C. B. Wessell presented two life memberships to the Women’s Missionary society and was fol lowed by the benediction pro nounced by Dr. Edwin F. Keever. YOUNG DISCOVERER The electrolytic process for mak ing aluminum was discovered on February 23, 1886, by Charles Martin Hall, who was only 22 years of age at the time. I name1totrust| I is the name, St. Joseph. It U K means a guaranteed quality H ■ and purity in aspirin. Demand Ig ^^St. Joseph Aspirin^worl<F^* for YOUR MONEY SoWeniTypA ' For minor X Lovely Garden Tea Held For Seniors On College Campus The Flora Macdonald home economics seniors were compli mented at a lovely garden tea in the ‘‘Court of the Pines” on the campus at five o’clock Friday eve ning, by the members of the junior foods class. The guestr. were greeted at the entrance to the court by Goldie Knowles of Wadesboro and Annie Youngblood of Smithfield. Miss Frances Comer, head of the foods department of the home economics department, served punch. She was assisted oy Catherine Brinson of New Bern, a member of the junior class. Party sandwiches, decorated cakes, and mints were served by Evelyn Lytoon of Gastonia, Mittie Belle Boggen of Pae Dee, and Janet Rhyne of Stanley. Approximately thirty guests, including students and faculty members, were pre sent. Festival Date Set For May 23 In Jones Park The annual Spring Festival spon sored by the City Recreation de partment will be held Tnursday, May 23, at Pembroke Jones park at 8 p.m. The program, divided in five parts, is based on the dream of a beautiful young maiden that she is in the magic fairyland of Spring time. As the Festival opens, the maiden is seen dancing about a wishing well. She drops a coin in the weP ana sings “If I Had A Wishing Ring,” wishing that she migh* indeed have the magic wish ing ring that would enable her to enter the world she dreams about. She lays her head on the edge of the wishing well and falls asleep, to dream even more of fairies and flowers, of gardens, and beauty, of fun and happiness, of Spring. The Army Air Force has con verted the C-47 glider into a craft that can carry a sven-ton payload and can be towed at speeds up to 270 miles an hour. African Mission Work To Be Presented With Stereopticon Slides The Woman’s Council of the First Christian cnurth will present stereoptican slides of the mission ary work in Africa, Sunday night at 8 o’clock in the church. Mrs. Ethelyne Forbes will be the narrator presenting imeresting facts concerning the missionary program in Africa. The public is invited to attend this service. Willard Couple To Marry Today In Church Scene The marriage of Miss Hazel Bowen, of Wilmington and Willard, to Raymond C. Ellis, of Richmond, Va., and Wilmington, will be sol emnized this evening at 7:30 o’clock in Willard Presbyterian church. The Rev. Ben F. Brown will officiate using the double ring ceremony. The bride will be given in mar riage by H. McNair Johnson, of Willard. A program of nuptial music will be rendered' by Mrs. Ralph Carl ton. of Wallace, pianist, and Mrs. J. K. Proctor, of Greenville, solo ist. Miss Bowen has chosen her sis ter, Mrs. William R. Phelps, of Willard, as matron of honor with Mrs. Withers Harvey, Jr., of Greenville, and Miss Audrey Stan ley, of Swansboro as bridesmaids. Six honorary bridesmaids attend ing Miss Bowen will be Mrs. R. W. Thomas, of Norfolk, Va.; Miss Arline Hatch, of Richmond, Va.; Miss Edna Hembv. of Maury; Miss Inez Bostic, of Wilmington: Mrs Graham Horne, of Willard, and Mrs. Boyce Fussell, of Rose Hill. Roberi Ellis, of Richmond', Va.. brother of the bridegroom will serve as best man and theu shers will be Ed Walker and Oscar Cooper, of Wilmington. No invitations have been issued and all friends of the couple are invited to attend. Demonstration Program To Be Presented Sunday Mrs. J. A- Ennis, leader o). the Girls’ Auxiliary of Riley’s Creek Baptist church, announced a dem onstration program at Wrightsboro Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock will be given and I all girls between the ages of nine to 16 are urged to attend. Piano Pupils To Give Recital Thursday Night Mrs. Clifton Foy will present her piano pupils in a recital a e Wrightsboro Baptist church Taurs day, May 23 at 8 o’clock. The public is cordially invited to attend. __ Mary Troy’s Pupils To Present Recital The piano pupils of Mary Eunice Troy will be presented this evening in the annual spring recital in St. James Great Hall at 8 o’clock. The public is cordially invited to attend. DISASTROUS YEAR Catastrophes in the United States during the Red Cross’ 1944-1945 fiscal year killed 1192 persons, in jured 6218, and damaged or de stroyed 158,457 buildings. Dramatic Group To Present Play At High School The Thespians, New Hanover High school dramatic group, will present theii major production of the year tonight at 8 o’clock in the high school auditorium, entitled, 'Best Foot Forward.” The play, under the direction of Miss Jane King and Miss Marilyn Goodman, student direc tors, is youthful and amusing but not at all slap-st;ck. It will fur nish a delightful evening of enter tainment for tne whole community as well as the students. The cast includes 17 members of the Thespians and each role gives its player an opportunity to ex hibit bis acting ability. The story concerns the troubles of a young prep-school student on a dance week-end. His friends, their dadates, the principal, a chaperon, and many other characters man age to get very much involved in the student’s difficulties. How ever, e conclusion is finally reached which should staisfy every one, even the audience. Members of the cast include Bobby Melton, Jimmy McCarl, Ed Shain, Arnold Taylor, Hugh Evans, Betty Davis, Betty Britz, Pattie Southerland, Nancy Winningham, Jean Bobbitt, Jimmy Hanson, Betty Walter, Bill Huffman, Rob ert McCart, Malcolm Crawford, Bobby Hayes, and Betty Lou O’Master. — FOR — CORRECT TIME CALL 2-3575 —FOR— Correct Jewelry VISIT The JEWEL BOX Wilmington’s Most Popular Jewelry Store 109 N. 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