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Leona Jriood, Loncerl Violinist,
Will Appear Here Monday Evening Tne New Hanover High school orchestra will present Leona Flood, young American violinist, . ‘ a performance on Monday eve at 8:30 o'clock in the audi •orium of New Hanover High school. Tickets are on sale at vopp's Piano company or from members of the orchestra. They ,f0 may be obtained at the door. Miss Flood's program for the evening will be as follows: Concerto II in D Minor Wieniawski Allegro moderato Romance A ]a Z.nura (Gypsy-like) This is one of the most popular of the violin concertos. Its warmth and melodic beauty are typical o< tae breadth of style which charac terized the playing of Wieniawsk, one of the greatest virtuosi. Dance Group (a) La Vida Breve de Falla-Krssler j (b) Saltarella - Wieniawski (c.i Waltz in E Minor Chopin-iTsaye The most popular of this great polish-French composer’s ivaltzes for piano. Eugene Ysaye, one of the best violinists the world has known, gives it a virtucso bril liance in his arrangement for vio lin. tdi Greek Dance-de Mais III Sonata VI in E Major-Ysaye Ysaye was inspired to write six solo sonatas for the violin by the wonderful sonatas for solo violin of Bach. In them Ysaye greatly advanced the scope of composing for the violin. When they were written, they were many years ahead of their time and yet they have the timelessness of great classical music. This sonata is played as one movement. INTERMISSION IV Songs My Mother Taught Me Dvorak-Kreisler Taj Mahal—Love Song of India Gruen (Dedicated to Leona Flood). Zkeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs) Sarasate Universally recognized as the most successful exposition of the fiery and nostalgic temper of the gypsies. V Ave Maria-. Schubert-Wilftelmj Tambourin Chinois_Kreisler Tango Triste - Norden j Hora Staccato .-Dinicou-Heifetz * i. * Teen-Age Club Meet Will Open Week's Events The city recreation department has announced the calendar of events for this week as follows: Monday, 3, Teen-Age club at Community center; 7:30, Teen Age club at Maffitt Village; 6:30, Bible club at Nesbitt courts; 8, Ladies Card club at Nesbitt courts. Tuesday, 9 a m., Carolina Sales corporation at Community center; 8 p.m., Lions Auxiliary benefit bridge at Community center; 9:30, Bridge club at Maffitt Village; 8, Men's club at Nesbitt courts. Wednesday, 4, Dance club at | Community center, 8, Annual har- j vest festival at Pembroke Jones I park; 3, Dancing class at Maffitt Village; 8:30. Square dance at Maffitt Village; 10:30, Bridge club at Community center. Thursday, 3:30, Dance club at Communitv center: 10 a.m., Girl Scout Leaders at Community cen ter. Friday. 8. Teen-Age dance at Community center; 8, Teen - Age dance at Nesbitt courts; 8:30, S°uare dance at Maffitt Village. Milk Mixture for Stomach Ulcers A recent medical discovery now used by doctors and hospitals everywhere has proven unusually successful in the treatment of stotn >ch ulcets caused from excess acid. It is a harmless preparation yet so effective, in many cases the pains of stomach ulcere disappear almost immediately. Also reccromended for gas P®in», indigestion, heartburn due to hyper ttwity. Sufferers may now try this at home by oUaininc a bottle of LURIN from their drug f«t. LURIN contains this new discovery in its prat form. Easy to take Just mix two tea* gwnfui?. iin a naif glass of milk. Cost* bu* ***■ Must satisfy or money refunded. LurIn for sale by Saunders Drug Store _ and Drug Store everywhere MARRIED—Mrs. Jesse Gore of .jeland, who before her marriage >n October 3 at Conway, S. C., was Hiss Mabel Adkins of Red Spr>gs. PERSONALS Captain Horace Glover and Mrs. Glover of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., are gues.s at the Cape Fear hotel. * * * Mrs. B. R. Drynan left Friday for Newport News, Va., to attend the district meeting of P.-T.A. be ing held there during the week. * ¥ * Miss Loretta Janicki and Miss Doris Windham have left for Riverside, N e w Jersey, where Miss Janicki will be bridesmaid at the wedding of her brother, A1 Janicki and Miss Eleanor Holzing er. Before returning home Miss Janicki and Miss Windham will visit Washington, Baltimore and New York city. * * * Mrs. J. H. Mohr, 4 North 12th street, is a patient at the Medical college hospital of Richmond, Va. * * * M.ss Margaret M. Holmes, a medical student at Duke universi ty, has returned to Durham after visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Caroline H. Walton and other rela tives on Greenville Sound. * * * Lieut, and Mrs. Robert S. Hard wick and son, Bobby, are spend ing a few days with Lieut. Hard wick’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hardwick of Erookwood. Lieut. Hardwick has been ordered to the Naval Air station at San Juan, Puerto Rico and will leave next week from Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Hardwick and son, Eobby, expect to join him at San Juan in the r.ear future. • • * Mr. and Mrs. Heflin B„ Willson aid daughter, Grma Willson, have returned to their home in Brook wood avenue after spending sever al weeks in southern Florida. * * * Miss Agnes Hayden left Satur day for Washington, D. C., where she will visit her sister, Miss Katherine Hayden. * * * Mrs. Marcus Goldstein returned to the city Friday after a ten days business trip to New York city. * * * Mrs. Maude Parks, 4-V, Lake Forest, has returned home after an operation at the James Walker Memorial hospital. * * * Miss Mary Bellamy will leave this evening fo^ New York city where she will visit friends for two weeks. * • Mr. and Mrs. John Clayton Smith of Raleigh are spending the week-end with Mrs. Smith's par ents, Bishop and Mrs. Thomas C. Darst at their home on Greenville Sound. * * Dr. Roderick H. King left yes terday for Atlanta where he will attend a meeting of t h e South eastern Society of Proctologists being held at the Biltmore hotel. * * * C. E. Hill, who for the past several weeks ha'3 been a patient at the Atlantic Coast Line hospital in Rocky Mount, will return to his home on Harbor Island this after noon. See our window display and place your orders for the following electrical appliances you have been waiting for. PROCTOR IRONS SUNBEAM MIX MASTERS SUNBEAM IRONMASTERS UNIVERSAL VACUUM CLEANERS General Electric AUTOMATIC BLANKETS HOWARD COMBINATION RADIO AND RECORD PLAYERS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - - - RADIOS - TOASTERS - ELECTRIC SHAVERS A. B. BLAKE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 128 YIARKET ST. DIAL 5189 Miss Michaelis, Mariin L. Greer Married Saturday The wedding of Miss Meta Eliza beth Michaelis, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Michaelis and the late H. B. Michaelis of this city, and Martin Luther Greer, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Greer, was solemnized Saturday, October 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lutheran chapel of Our Redeemer, 2513 Prin cess Street road. The Rev. W. A. Kimberley, pas tor, performed the double-ring cer emony, at a palm-banked altar with lighted candelabra, and flow ers of white gladiolis and chrysan themums. Prior to the ceremony Mrs. F. Dortch, organist, present ed a program of nuptial music, and the traditional wedding marches for the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Henry Michaelis. She wore a princess style gown of sheer marquisette and Chantilly lace, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, long sleeves coming to a point at the wrist, and a long train with inserts of lace. Her full length veil was caught to a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book decorated by an orchid and white streamers of tiny flowers. The bride was attended by Miss Catherine Rivenbark as maid-of honor and only attendant. She wore a gown of ice blue taffeta made with a tight bodioe and full skirt. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and wore matching flowers in her hair. Tne br.degroom was attended by his brother, Elwood G. Greer, as best man. Fred Michaelis, brother of the bride, acted as usher. The bride’s mother wore a grey suit with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of white carna tions. Immediately following the cere mony a reception was held at the home of the bride, 1809 Summer Hill. Later in the evening the cou ple left for a short wedding trip. Fonrtraveling the bride wore a rust color suit with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. After the wedding trip they will reside at the home of the bride. * » * Mills-Pinckney Wedding Vows To Be Spoken Friday The marriage of Miss Lucille Mills, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mills of Brunswick county, and Charles Pinckney, son of Mrs. C. C. Pinckney of Wilmington, will take place on Friday evening, Oc tober 25, at 7:30 o’clock at the home of the bride-elect’s parents. Wilmington Debutante LAURA ROE—Lovely debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roe of Oleander, who now is a member of the junior class at Hol lins college in Vriginia. Laura, as you remember with four other of Wilmington’s attractive younger set, made her official bow to so ciety in Raleigh during September. Laura’s main interest for the pres ent is jamming in as many football games as she possibly can and has been pretty successful at adding many to her fall calendar. Laura is a lovely young lady with medium brown hair, large hazel eyes and possesses a hard to beat jolly dis-opsition; she is also a very smart young lady, for dur ing her junior and senior year at New Hanover High school she was a member of the National Honor society and was an ROTC Battalion sponsor, two honors envied by all NHHS’ers. This past summer Laura vacationed with her family at their Wrightsville Beach cottage and around the middle of the sum mer journeyed to Chapel Hill where she attended summer school at the University of North Caro lina. This pretty young debutante, who will be twenty in December and who that month will return to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, will be mighty busy j during her vacation, for being the Chestnut Street Parent - Teacher Group Holds Meet The Chestnut Street P.-T. A. held the first meeting of the year this past week in the school auditorium with Mrs. H. A. Patterille, presid ing. Mrs. E. D. Witherspoon led the devotional. Mrs. Patterille introduced the following committee chairmen who will serve for the coming term: Program, Mrs. W. H. Butler, mem bership, Mrs. F. E. Livingston; hospitality, Mrs. W. E. Edwards; budget and finance, Mrs. R. A. Brindell; room representative, Mrs. R. H. Youngblood; publication and magazine, Mrs. C. W. Smith; pub licity and historian, Mrs. James L. Barrett. The association voted to spon sor a Halloween party at the school on Thursday evening, Octob er 31 at which time the public will be invited to attend. The president gave a brief re port of her study course at the P.-T. A. Institute in Greensboro during June and the district meet ing of the P.-T. A. held in Fair mont on October 2. She announc ed that she had received the award for the study course and had given it to the historian to be put in the school scrap book. Mrs. W. H. Butler, program secretary of the Spinsters club is no easy one when plans have to be outlined for the holiday dance. During her stay in Raleigh dur ing that never to be forgotten week end of September 13 Laura had a wonderful time and termed it as “just perfect.” Her chief marshal for the Terpischorean Ball was Julian Morton, who flew down from school in New Jersey to be her at tendant.-—B.D.— chairman, was in charge of the program on Safety. She. introduced the guest speaker, Capt. John Davis, retired police officer, who spoke interestly with the children on Safety. “Ruddy” Cameron, cap tain of the safety patrol, also spoke and told of the duties of this group. The P.-T. A. voted as the pro ject for the coming year that of the beautification of the school grounds. The president announced the next meeting would be held in the even ing when fathers of the association would be able to be present. Miss Wessell’s second grade won the attendance prize for the month. At the close of the meeting a social hour was held and refresh ments were served. The officers of the association are: Mrs. H. A. Patrill, president; Mrs. G. M. Youngblood, vice-presi dent; Mrs. L. A. Taylor, secretary; and Mrs. R. A. Brindell, treasurer. The grademothers of the school include: Mrs. E. W. Stillman, Mrs. B. H. Marshall, Jr., Mrs. D. J. Lanier, Mrs. L. E. Brew, Mrs. D. C. Sessoms, Mrs. J. P. Pretlow, Mrs. A. B. Bradshaw, Mrs. D. K. Davis, Mrs. E. E. 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The guests were greeted by Mrs. Archie Munn, Jr., and di rected to the game room by Mrs. Morris Liftman. The room was decorated througnout with flowers and candles carrying out a color scheme of pink, green and white. Many games were played and each child was given a favor. The children were seated at in dividual tables centered with vases of flowers tied with pink ribbons. At the center table was the birthday cake with side dishes of candies and nuts and vases of pink and white flowers. ice cream ana caKe were served by Mrs. J. H. Haskett, Mrs. Archie Munn, Jr.. Mrs. Morris Littman and Mrs. J. C. Parker to the following guests: Margaret Haskett, the guest of honor; Everett Huggins, Suzanne Kramer, Lucy Hall, Martha Barker, Parks Low, Lynn Collins, Gail Collins, Emily Lessons, Allen Taylor, Ben Granely, Alen Grane ly, Betty Block. Linda Sue Peter son, Anna Estelle Giaffis, Ann Seward, Carol Millican, Claire Millican, Bobby Way, Ann Ferger son, Tommy Marshburn, Jeanne Lounsbury and Mrs. Everett Hug gins, Mrs. Phil Kramer, Mrs. J. C. Parker, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. H. W. Haskett, Mrs. W. A. Granely, Mrs. Dorsky Peterson. Mrs. James G. Giaffis. Mrs. Fred Seward, Mrs. H. W. Millican, Mrs. Archie Munn, Jr.. Mrs. G. S. Tru love. Mrs. Morris Littman, Mrs. A. R. Kinray, Mrs. J. H. Ferger son, Mrs. James B. Lounsbury and Mrs. J. H. Haskett, grand mother of Margaret, the guest of honor. Rooks, Mrs. Edgar Fisher, Mrs. Howard Pinner, Mrs. P. M. Piver, Mrs. M. A. Dukes, Mrs. Dorothy Rockmere, Mrs. W. P. Jones, Mrs. J. F. Warwick, Mrs. J. M. Futrell, Mrs. C. L. Holland, Mrs. Neslon Burton, Mrs. Harold Cleve and Mrs. E. M. Pearce. NEVER SATISFIED A crusade against trees in busi ness districts took place in many American cities early in this cen tury, and hundreds of huge ma ples, elms, and oaks were cut down and removed. 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