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TATTLER (By Oynthia Johnson That chilling wind which is characteristic of our winters has visited the city for the past couple of days, and provided typical weather for the football game which took place in Kinston this past Friday night. Even though the date was Friday 13th, it proved to be a very lucky day for the Wildcats. They returned home victorious to the tune of 24-0. Proving that our team is not built around any one player Eon Hyatt, Rudy Johnson, “Bubba” Sykes, and Floyd Honeycutt. The first touch down was made by Rudy Johnson, a newcomer from South Carolina. Rut Coach Rrogden said that the ’Cats offensive did not please him and he would try to iron out the kinks during the next week of prac tice. The team is off to a good start, and with the full support of the student body, they should come out on top this season. College is the destination of all* the locals who are no longer in the city, or who are packing furi ously ,so they’ can leave on the evening train. This past Thursday Helen F.ose.nman left to become a member of the Duke student body. Eugene Mauney is also at Duke, and his aunt tells me that he has already obtained a job playing the organ. He said he liked his room mate and the school, but he sho j was going to miss the old home-1 town. Corinne Wilkerson left at S:40 Friday for Collegesdale, Term. Billy Creasy leaves this coming week for State college in Saleigh where he will take up me chanical engineering. Billy has Been an active member -of the ROTC band while he was in MHHS. and was the proud owner of that little blue coupe. Margaret #na Mary Ann Spillman will both, enter Salem college in Winston Salem. This will be Margaret’s third year, and Mary Ann’s first, knowing Mary Ann as do, and having been with her so much in mv senior year at NHHS, I’m cer tain her roommate and all the girls she gets to know will love her and look forward to being with her as we do. r Donald Brown arrived home this past Thursday to spend his boot leave with his folks. Miss Phyllis Smith gave an open-house in, his honor, and many of his friends is attended. Porter Cidenbuttel is also home spending a mueh earned boot leave with his family and friends. Oliver Watkins has volun teered his services for his coun try. and is now in the Army. The Teen-age Merry - Go-Round was really super this past Satur day morning. On hand were the regulars like Princess Anne Stell jras.. Sara Kay Jordan, and Mar tha Hilton doing the dramatics yhith consisted of a skit taken Jrom Junior Miss. Mary Clatre Bates' offered a vocal selection, ■along with Gracife Gurganious. But 1 the feature of the program was the return of Donald Brown who she can sing. He and Grade sang a duet, selecting “They Say ft’s Wonderful.’’ The Glee club this year really will have to look hard to find a fella to replace the voice of Donald who graduated with the class of '48. The end of September means that the school of my choice will soon get underway, and 1 must bid adieu to my family and loved ones and be on my way. 1 am going to attend Marjorie Webster college in Washington, D. C., and I will leave the morning of the 20th. I ! don’t seem to be able to write down all the news I had in store for this column, but leaving is a good excuse. All I seem to be able to do is “remember.” Remember when 1 said John Bright Hill dated Betty Ann Winslow and it should have been Simon? And all the times I said fellas like Bobby Cal-; houns and Delma Seitter were out of the service when they really weren't? And I’ll never forget the; time 1 said how much we had missed Wilbur Warren’s roll calls at the Hot Shoppe and it came out Hotel Sappe? 1 am leaving my trusty type-1 writer and little black book in the hands of someone who will be more than worthy of the praise she will receive—Winifred Harriss. 11 was more or less a pioneer in this tattling business, but I’m cer tain the column will grow and continue to flourish under the capable penmanship of W’inifred and the teen-age writers who will come after her. I can never say how much writ ing this column has meant to me. I thank all of you who have taken time to show your appreciation of my efforts. Without your encour agement. I could never have found the courage to go on. I don’t like good-byes, so I’ll just say, So long 7.-L lit. Andrews-Covenanf Will Sponsor Kindergarten, Opening September 30 ' _ jr Kindergarten for four and five, year olds, sponsored by and held ■ *t St Andrews - Covenant Presby- j terian church, will begin Sep- j temb&r 30. The hours will be 9 to j 12, ' five days a week for eight months. Children who are four be fore-February 1. will be accepted. | Mrs. R. L. Jones and Mrs. J. j E. Rowan, highly qualified, edu- j bated, and experienced teachers, ; Will have charge of the kinder- 1 garteii. Mrs. Jones went to Chi-1 cago Normal school, taught in Chi-! cago Heights for four years and: in Chipago for five years — both j elementary schools. Since being in Wilmington she has had a kinder garten for the past six years. Mrs. Rowan is a graduate of Flora Macdonald college, taught two years in Warrington, and one year in Rockingham. Registration opened September 1st, and anyone interested and de siring further information may call the church office, telephone 5577, and talk to W'illiam C. Ben nett, assistant minister, or Miss Pat Williamson, church secretary, who will be glad to cooperate in every way possible. DIAL For Complete Details on these & other services W.. A. Paterson, Mgr. LET US DO YOUR HEAVY HOUSEWORK • Floors Cleaned—Waxed • Windows Washed • Rugs Cleaned • Upholstery Cleaned, etc. B. & B. f Home Service 1009 Princess St. James Book Store • Engraved Wedding Stationery • Personal Notes • Engraved Visiting Cards Christmas Card Books For Personalized Cards Now on Display Commercial Office Supplies and Equipment POPULAR NOVELS AND STANDARD WORKS 111 CHESTNUT ST. PHONE 6187 ~ ‘ ' i. MRS. ROY WALKER BAYNHAM—The former Jean Elizabeth Strayhorn, daughter of Mrs. S. A. Strayhorn of Wilmington who was married on September 7 in Augusta, Ga. Club Clock The Wesley Scoville Bible class of Trinity Methodist church will hold a business and social meeting Monday at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Percy O'Keefe, 2015 Perry avenue. The Bradley's Creek P.-T.A. will hold the first meeting of the year on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the audi torium. All members and par ents who have children in the school for the first time this year are urged to be present. A get-acquainted tea will be held in the cafeteria following the meeting in honor of the new principal, teachers and new parents. An executive meeting will be held at 1:30 o'clock. The Bradley's Creek Home Demonstration club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. W. J. Horne. Members are invited. The Wrightsboro Home Dem onstration club will meet Tues day at 2:30 o’clock at the club house. The Wilmington Assembly No. 12 Order of Rainbow for Girls will hold a special meet ing Wednesday evening at 7:15 o’clock at the Masonic Temple. Degrees of the order will be conferred upon three candi dates. All officers are asked to assemble at 6:45 o’clock for a rehearsal. The East Wilmington Home Demonstration club will meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the community center. Each member is requested to bring their old newspapers for the drive. _ All persons having finished articles for the Church of the Gocd Shepherd annual bazaar are requested to bring them in Tuesday evening, September 17, to the parish house. The Colonial Village Mother’s club will meet Wednesday eve ning at 3:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs. R. H. Kenan, 161 Col lonial Village. All members are invited. An executive committee meeting of the Wrightsboro P.-T.A. will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. All P.-T.A. members are urged to attend. * * * BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Blake an nounce the birth of a daughter, Gloria Jane, September 6 at Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Blake is the former Dorothy Sneeden of this city. Beautify without massage? Amazing new Nanette Hormone Cream contains recognised scien tific estrogens (female sex hor; monts) which may be needed i If your Bust is under-normal, V. fl.it, due to lack of supplyof J>V sufficient estrogenic su^ tv. \stances. Nanette Hormone Creaza mb ] vanishes, requires no tiresome ■r MASSAGE. No matter what f you have tried now try Naa I ette Hormone Cream on r“*r*n* f tea of complete satisfaction or money back. 80-day Jar M-PP. plus tag. Frances Herring, E. L. Lewis Marry The marriage of Miss Frances Gernade Herring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Herring, of this city, to Everette Linwood Lewis, son of R. T. Lewis and the late Mrs. Bessie Bellamy Lewis of Supply, took place Saturday, Au gust 31, 1946 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grace Methodist parsonage. The double - ring ceremony was per formed by the Rev. J. A. Russell, pastor of Grace Methodist church, in the presence of a few close relatives. The brice, who was unattended, wore a navy blue dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are at home at 211 Red Cross street. YWCA Weekly Events Slated The YWCA, Third anj Grace streets, has announced its sched ule of events for this week as fol lows: Monday 6 p.m. Junior Senior T-Teens. 6:45 p.m. Resident Girls vesters. 7:30 p.m. Leather craft class. Tuesday 8 p.m. Junior Business Girls club. “Get-together party.” Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Y-Teens— (Sunset Park) at YWCA. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Art club workshop. Kentucky contains the three largest burley tobacco warehouses in the United States. Blue-Worth Engagement Is Announced the engagement of Miss Hilda Ray Blue, daughter of Mrs. Alon zo Blue and the late Mr. Blue of Carthage, to Rev. Charles William Worth of Wilmington, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. George C. Worth of Wilmington and Kiangyie, Chi na, is announced today by her mother. The wedding will take place on October 10. • * • City Recreation Weekly Schedule The City Recreation weekly schedule of activieits is as follows: Monday—7 p.m. to 11 — Game night at Community center; 8— j Ladies Card club at Nesbitt I Courts. Tuesday—8 Mens club at Nesbitt Courts center; 7—Open house at Community center; 8 — Thalian players in Lounge B at Communi ty center. Wednesday — 8—Bridge club in Lounge A at Community center; 8 —Thalian players in Lounge B at Community center; 10 — Sewing club at Nesbitt Courts. 10—Bridge : club at Lake Forest center. Thursday 8 — Thalian players in Lounge B at Community center. Friday—7:30—»n Age party at Cornelius Harnett center; 8—een Age dance at Nesbitt Courts cen ter; 9—een Age dance at Com munity center. The dbuilding' at Second an Orange streets is open to Teen Age group from 3 until 6 each afternoon. • • • Christina Harris, Julian Gallop Wed NEW BERN, Sept. 14. — Miss Christina Harris and Julian C. Gal lop were married Tuesday morn ing in St. Mary’s Free Will Bap tist church by the Rev. W.B. Everett, pastor, who performed the double-ring ceremony in candle light. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Albert Har ris rendered a program of nuptial music. Shelton Gallop of Rocky Mount attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Ralph Shephard and H. W. Doyle. Miss Annie Rose Daugherty, cou sin of the bride, was maid-of-honor. She wore gold jersey, with black hat and black lace gloves and a corsage of yellow asters. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, U. W. Daughtery. She wore white jersey, with black accessories, and carried a white satin prayer book centerd with an! orchid and showered with white satin streamers and fern. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at Beaufort, S.C., where the bridegroom will engage in tne building supply business. For travel, the bride wore black wool, with the orchid from her prayer book. Mrs. Gallop is a (laugher of Mrs. Zula Harris and the late John H. Harris. For the past year she has held a position with the Life and Casualty Insurance company office here. Mr. Gallop is a son of Mrs. Ju lian C. Gallop and the late Mr. Gallop of Manteo. He was in the coast guard for four years, serving in the Pacific for some time. Re cently he has held a position with the Life and Casaulty Insurance company here. Prepare for the Future SAVE REGULARLY An account may be opened with $5. After that deposit as much as you like whenever you like. NORRIS PLAN BANK OF WILMINGTON Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. flattering fall fashion Tailored Coats $18.40 to $49.95 Suits $18.40 to $35.00 Woolen and Crepe Dresses $8.30 to $22.50 Blouses $2.70 to $5.95 Skirts $2.90 to $5.40 Sweaters $4.59 to $7.25 ■LLilAUil^r 304 N. Front St. coctloe tormerly peopled by the Stager Sewinr Machine Co. MRS. PERCY RAYMOND HEDQUIST—The former Josephine Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Henry of Winter Park, whose I marriage took place September 4, at the Winter Park Baptist church. Elinor F. Romeo, M-Sgi. Haines Wed (Continued~from~Page with matching accessories corsage of Calvalier roses! d ' The bride’s mother, Mrs p wore a lovely light grav rJ- me°' fit with a shoulder corpse Pe,0Ut roses. s 01 red The church was beautifully a. corated with a blackgrown d. palms, ferns and arrangement ° white asters and gladioli and k “ ing tapers. While the guests assembling and during the''sen,er* a program of nuptial music . rendered. ‘c *a* Immediately following the mony a reception was Eiv.. ^ the bride’s parents at the rby Fear club. Second and Chest!?! street. Vae rooms were deco? with native greenery and aria!!” ments of white flowers Late- ■ the afternoon the coupie left',!” a wedding trip to Western No Carolina and upon their return reside in Myrtle Beach where S«t Haines is stationed at the Mvni. Beach Army Air base. Those from out-of-town here fo, the wedding included Mrs Victor Romeo, Mrs. Charles Raven Mr! Henry Bonasera and Mrs. Sai Men chese all of New York city m! and Mrs. Alton M. Hayes of Jack sonville, Fla., Mr. Mrs. Gaithe! M. Scott of Fayetteville, Miss Evelyn Jones of Durham, Miss Ruth Herman of Midway Park aaj Joe Howe, Jr., of West'Point. Va” Local Artists Form Club Here (Continued from Page One) ever, every one is urged to bring materials and equipment with which to work. For those using the model, or any materials fur nished by the workshop a small fee will be charged. Present plans call for a talk every other Thursday evening on some particular subject, to be followed by questions, general discussion and practical application. Any one not interested in the particular sub ject, but desiring to devote the whole evening to the workshop, may do so. The first of these series of talks will be given at 7:30 Thursday evnening, September 26, by Claude Howell, one of Wilmington’s out standing artists. Mr. Howell’s sub ject will be “Composition”, and, as a thorough knowledge of com position is essential, regardless of one’s medium, it is a capacity crow’d will take advantage of this splendid opportunity. Other sub jects and speakers will be announc ed from time to time. No definite name W'as decided on for the club, and suggestions will be appreciated, as the pur pose is to stimulate in the com munity an interest in art in gene ral as well as to develop talent. American railroads comprise nearly one - third of the railway mileage of the world. CELEBRATING THE SEVENTY-NINTH The bride has returned . . . her first Company dinner . Tall tapers in Graceful candelabra cast a glow, merrily Reflected by the gleaming Flat Silver Of a pattern wisely chosen. The glistening China and clear Crystal Compliment each setting. 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