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Winier Park P.-T. A.
Holds First Meeting Capt. Davis Speaks The Winter Park P.-T.A. held; the October meeting in the school auditorium on Thursday evening' with a large attendance of fathers, mothers and teachers. Mrs. H. J. j Ottaway, president, was in charge of the meeting. I«rs. Lacy Woodcock, program j chairman presented the Rev. Ker mit Wheeler, pastor of the Wesley! Memorial Methodist church of Winter Park, who stpoke to the group and used as his subject Stop. Look and Listen. He re-! minded the group that early train ing is very important, that princi-; pies of character must be installed early in life and urged parents to keep viligence over their responsi bilities. Capt. John Davis, retired police officer, spoke to the association on safety. Quoting figures on death from accidents, he urged practice of safety measures and observance of safety laws that lives may be saved. Mrs. Maurice Emmart urged members to subscribe to the parent-Teacher magazine and pre sented Mrs. W. B. Howell and Mrs. N. W All in a skit showing bene fits to be received by the use of the magazine. Mrs. R. W. Galphin introduced her representatives. She explained that P.-T .A. is providing funds this year for treats in each grade twice, the first to be held at Halloween. Grade representatives will co-ope rate in a number of ways, especial ly in building up attendance for monthly meetings. Mrs. R. F. Hope gave an in teresting report of district meet ing held recently in Fairmont and announced that the association (with six attending! won the at tendance banner. The budgent was presemed and adopted. Members expressed a wish to see that the ball teams have complete uniforms. The en thusiastic spirit of the school pupils was praised by Mr. Berry It was decided after investigation THE BIGGEST DAY OF YOUR LIVES is your wedding day ... A complete picture story in our special wedding albums will be a joy forever. 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Mr. Berry, principal, expressed hii satisfaction at the large at tendance and urged parents to come out with the children for the night entertainments. He ex plained the federal aid lunch pro gram and the decision of this matter was deferred. The attendance award was won by Mrs. C. G. Van C. Landingham’s fourth and fifth grades. Members adjourned to the hall where a social hour was enjoyed with refreshments being served by the hospitality committee. The school P.-T. A. officers are: Mrs. H. J. Ottaway, president; Mrs. Glenn Herring, vice-presi dent; Mrs. Ralph Creech, second vice-president; Mrs. George Sloan, secretary; Mrs. S. L. Crawley, treasurer. committee cnairmen inciuae: Mrs. Lacy Woodcock, program Mrs. R. F. Hope, hospitality; Mrs. Ralph Gorman, membership; Mrs. Maurice Emmart, magazines; Mrs. R. W. Galphin, room rep resentative; Mrs. A. L. Bancroft, publicity; Mrs. Charlotte Collett, librarian; Mrs. Lois Burkheimer, music: Mrs. George Sloan, his torian; Mrs A. D. Hurst, spiritual and character education; Mrs. Frank Costin, cafeteria, Miss Aileen Williams, recreation; C. G. Berry, citizenship; Mrs. M. R. Walton budget and finance; Mrs. S. E. Holden safety. Grade representatives include: Mrs Harris Sneeden, Mrs John L. Hart J. T. Barden Jr., Mrs. W. B. Howell. Mrs. Merritt, John H. Farrell. Mrs. J. W. Allard, Mrs. H. ,R. McEachern, Ralph Creech, Mrs C. C. Register. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, A. L. Bancraft, Mrs. W. W. All, Mrs. Miner, C. Leeuwenberg, Mrs. A. D. Byrd,, Mrs. James E. Hall Jr., A. H. Stan, land, Mrs. T. C. Batson, Mrs. Coy Cook. J. L. Maultsby. Mrs. A. R. Gallup. Mrs. A. D. Hurst, L. F. Traister, Mrs. P. A. Smith, Mrs. C. J. Chapman, A. D. Hurst, Mrs. W. B. Cole, Mrs Jordan Batts. R. F. Hope. Mrs. Dell McGowan, Mrs. J. L. Lamb and Rev. A. K. Dudley. Virtually all bombers on the de sign drawiig boards now will have a speed of more than 400 miles per hour, greater than our fastest fighters in 1940. Wilmington Baptist Association To Hold Meeting Here Tuesday The-fall meeting of the Wilming ton Baptist association, composed of 43 churches in New Hanover, Pender and Onslow counties, will be held October 22, at the Winter Park church. Rev. E. W. Pate, chairman of the program committee, announces the following program: 9:30-9:40 A. M.—Devotion, Rev. Ben B. Ussery; 9:40-10:10 A. M.— Public Morals, Rev. W. J. Stephen son; 10:10-10:40 A. M. —- Missions, Rev. E. C. Chamblee; 10:40-10:50 A. M.—Roll call of churches; 10:50-11:20 A. M.—Report on Re-! ligious Education, Rev. T. H. King; 11:20-11:45 A. M.—Orphan age. Mrs. G. Carl Lewis; 11:45 12:10 A. M.—Report of standing committees and election of offi cer; 12:10-12:50 P. M.—Association at worship, Rev. J. O. Walton; LUNCH 2:00-2:10 P. M.—Devotion, Rev. T. K. Woody; 2:10-2:35 P. M.—Re ligious Literature, Rev. W. A. Poole; 2:35-3:00 P. M.—Report on Hospitals, Rev. C. E. Brisson; 3:00-3:05 P. M. — Miscellaneous Business; 3:05-3:10 P. M.—Treas urer’s Report, Rev. J. E. Allard; 3:10-3:40 P. M.—Inspirational Ad dress, Rev. Chas. A. Maddrey; 3:40—Adjournment. Many of the denominational lead ers of the state are expected to attend this meeting and speak on the several phases of the work be ing done by the church. * * * Regisier-Denion Plans Completed Miss Violet Rae Register, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Register, who will be mar ried to William Russell Denton, has completed plans for her wed ding. Invitations have been received reading, Saturday, October 26, at five thirty o'clock, at the Imman uel Presbyterian church. Miss Register has chosen her sister, Mrs. Hubert J. Farrar, as matron of - honor and Mrs. Albert Lea, her aunt, and Miss Nina Robinson and Miss Jane Barefoot as bridesmaids. Edward Maxwell will be best man and ushers will be Charles H. Register. Jr., brother of the bride-elect, Hubert J. Farrar and Paul Gregory. Miss Register will be given in marriage by her father, Charles H. Register. Norman Mintz, organist, and Mrs. Hubert J. Farrar, soloist, will give several nuptial selec tions. Immediately following the wed ding a reception will be held at 1012 South Fourth street. CLUB CLUB Tht Beacon Girls will meet Monday night at 8 o’clock in the home of Miss Carolyn Walker, 39 Pinecrest Parkway. Members are requested to meet at Nick’s Market, Fifth and Greenfield streets, in or der to go in a group. Letitia Rebekah Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F., will meet Thursday evening at 8 o’clock in the Odd Fellows’ hall at 3rd and Princess streets. Members of the Degree staff are re quested to be present to pre pale for the initiation of a class of candidates. The first regular fall meet ing of the Wilmington chapter of Hadassah will be held Wed nesday, in the form of a mem bership tea, October 23, at 8:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Irving Lieberman, 402 South 18th street. Members and non-members will be wel come. Mrs. L. Rosenberg, of Roanoke, Va., will be the guest for the evening and a large attendance is requested. , A board meeting of the Wil mington chapter of Hadassah will be held Monday afternoon, October 21, at 2:30 o’clock, at the home of Mrs. Irving Liber man, 402 South 18th street. All board members are urged to attend. Mrs. Edward Yopp and Mrs. E. A. Millican and Mrs. Hugh Noffsinger will be joint host esses at tea on Thursday, Oct. 24, to members of the Auxiliary Lion’s club at the home of Mrs. W. E. Yopp of Forest Hills. Audubon Home Demonstra tion club will meet Thursday at 3 o’clock at the home of Mrs. C. H. Walsh. The Mothers’ club of the First Eaptist church will meet Monday at 8 o’clock, at the church. The P.-T. A. of Topsail school, Hampstead, will hold the monthly meeting on Mon day night, Oct. 21, in the school auditorium. All members are urged to attend. The Classroom Teachers Or ganization of New Hanover County will hold their regular meeting on Monday at 3:30 o’ clock at the Chestnut Street school cafeteria. All members are urged to attend. The Alpha Iota chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi will hold their meeting on Tuesday eve ning at 8 o’clock. The chapter will meet in Lounge B. of the Recreation Center, 2nd and Orange streets. The Presbyterian church league of Castle Haynes will sponsor a Halloween party on Friday night, Nov. 1st. at •‘he community hall at 8 o’clock. All persons of the community are invited to attend. The winter Park Home De monstration club will meet Fri day at 2:30 o'clock at the hom<» of Mrs. C. L. Williamson with Mrs. J. B. Heidt as joint hos tess. All members are request ed to bring their yearly r= ports. The Woman’s auxiliary of the Pearsall Memorial Presby terian church will meet Tues day evening at 8 o'clock at the church. Chadbourn CHADBOURN, Oct. 19. _ Miss Rachel Strole of the William Hooper school faculty, Wilming ton, spent the past week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. F. Strole. Mrs. Clarence Bullard, formerly a resident of Chadbourn, now of Norfolk, Va., visited relatives in town last week. Mrs. Don Ashton and two small children arrived several days ago to spend some time here with Mrs Ashton’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. w’ A. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hawes of Whiteville were visitors in town on Saturday. Ann Daniels has returned to her home in Charlotte after visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Potter. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, small son and daughter, 0f Whiteville were Chadbourn visitors on Sunday with Mrs. S. C. Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Currie will ieave next week for a visit to rela tives in Comer, Ga. Mrs, Clarence Ellis of Ripley, N. Y., was a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. Iver Mclver at the home of Mrs. J. A. Brown. Mrs. R. S. Fipps, Hilda and Eobby Fipps, Betty Lou and Rosa lind Mercer accompanied by J. C. Nobles last week visited Miss Mona Faye Fipps who is a student in Woman's College, Greensboro. Mrs. C. L. Tate had as her house guest last week-end Miss Arra Snipes of Ahoskie. Mrs. Eugene Porter and children spent Sunday with Mrs. W. E. Bailey and Mrs. W. C. Edmund. Paul Hinson, student at Univer sity of N. C. annex, Wilmington, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinson. Mrs. W. W. Taylor returned sev eral days ago from a busines* trip 110 Norfolk, Va. Fair Bluff FAIR BLUFF. Oct. 19. — Au brey Waddell and sister, Mrs. A. P. Rogers, left Thursday for San ford, Fla.’, to be at the bedside of their aunt, Miss June Waddell, who is ill from a fall. Mrs. H. M. Powell has returned from a visit of a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Pate and Mr. Pate in Jonesboro. J. B. Jones of McCall, S. C., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hicks Powell last week, coming for his grandson John Marcus Geddy, who has been spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Powell. Mrs. Guy Bailey recently re turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Branch in Richmond. Va. Mrs. Elizabeth Dean returned Friday from Spartanburg, S. C., where she has been visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Littlejohn and Mr. Littlejohn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waddell have moved to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Waddell. Mrs. Wad dell is a member of the Fair Bluff school faculty. Mrs. Sara Miller of Florence, S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. C. Powell and Mr. Powell. Mrs. W. Y. Bryan and small daughter, Brenda, left last week for their home at Henderson after visiting Mr. Bryan’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prince. Miss Georgia Floyd, member of (he Heminway school faculty, Wil mington, spent last week-end at her home in the city. Mrs. Hardy Miller of Joh.nson ville. S. C., spent last week here visiting her son-in-lsw, and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Small. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Waddell were Charlotte visitors on Mon day. Mrs. Arnold rate and small son, Edwin of Jonesboro a re. visiting Mrs. Pate’s mother, Mrs. H. M. Powell on Riverside. The Rev. Isaac Terrell of Ox ford is holding a revival at the Baptist church of which the Rev. B. G. Eass is pastor. Beginning last Sunday morning the crowd has grown larger each day. Mrs. Thomas Jones and Miss Ganita Jones of Lumberton were MRS. HARRY O. BORDEAUX— The former Mary Louise Simmons,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Simmons of Garland, whose mar riage of October 6 at Dillon, S. C., is announced today. Mr. Bordeaux is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bordeaux of Castle Haynes. visitors in the city on Tuesday, guest of Mrs. W. R. Outten. Willie Martin remains quite ill in Columbus county hospital. 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