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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, November 10, 1946, SECTION-B, Image 15

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Colonial Dames
Meeting Called
For Wednesday
I'Kprc will be a special meeting
i tiie North Carolina Society of
Coionial Dames of America’ on
Wednesday afternoon, November
13 at 4:30 o'clock in the house of
the Colonial Dames.
Earling G- Pederson, architect,
{ Philadelphia, will address the
meeting nn matters pertaining to
pe restoration and project of the
Ail members of the society are
lirgecl and invited to attend.
Vows Spoken At
Bride's Home
The wedding of Nancy Dallas
Hewlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
j- b. Hewlett and Franklin
Malone Floyd, son of Mr. and
vj-c W. L. Floyd, was solemnized
on Saturday evening, October 19,
j g 30 o'clock at the home of the
Hides parents. The double ring
-eremony was performed by the
Bev J. E. Allard, pastor of the
Seagate Baptist church on the
j.,“ 0f the bride’s parents home
before a natural formed arch of
hedge. Candle holders were en
twined with smilax.
The bride, given in marriage
bv her father, wore a simple gown
of white marquisette with an off
shoulder neckline outlined with a
double row of ruffles. The skirt
was floor length and full. Her
veil of net was edbed with lace and
fell from a coronet of orange blos
soms. She carried an arm boquet
of white carnations with red roses
in the center, showered with tube
roses and white satin ribbons. She
WOre a string of pearls, a gift
of the bridegroom.
Miss Mildred Canady, her only
stienaent, wore a gown of pink
satin with full skirt and short
sleeves and long matching gloves.
Her arm boquet was of
roses tied with wide rr:
William H. Guy of Wilmington
was best man.
The reception was held in the
house which was decorated with
fall flowers and smilax. The bride s
table was decorated with crystal
candle holders and white candles
and white flowers. The two-tiered
cake was at one end of the table.
Punch was served by Mrs. C. J.
Tenuta and the wedding cake was
served by Mrs. Irving Brown and
Miss Jean Hewlett.
The couple left for a wedding
'.rip in Western North Carolina and
Georgia after which they will re
side in Avondale, where Mr. Floyd
is engaged in the paint contract
'ng business with his father.
For going away the bride wore
a white wool suit with black ac
cessories and the corsage of red
roses from her bridal boquet.
Among those entertaining for the
couple were Misses Jeanette and
Inez Dexter and Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Tenuta, with a cake cutting after
he rehearsal.
* * *
Christine Fulford,
Edward Ramon Marry
The redding of Miss Christine
Fulford of Wilmington, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Blann Ful
ford of Inglehard, and Edward C.
Ramon, son of Mrs. Dorothy Ra
mon and the late Harry A. Ramon
of New Orleans. La., took place on
Thursday evening, November 7 at
6 o'clock in St. James Episcopal
church. The Rev*. Mortimer Glov
er, rector of the church, performed
the ceremony. White chrysanthe
mums and burning oandles were
used on the altar.
The bride wore a two-piece pink
wool dress with pearl and rhine
stone buttons, a small black hat and
trimmed with pink feathers. She
carried a white prayer book topped
"nth a white orchid.
Miss Linda Rogers attended the
bride as maid-of-honor, and wore a
two piece aqua wool frock trimmed
!n Pearls and rhinestones.
William H. Davis attended the
bridegroom as best man and ush
ers were Tommy Walker and Jessie
The bride’s mother wore a gold
clePe outfit with a shoulder cor
*age of bronze chrysanthemums.
ne mother of the bridegroom wore
a r°yal blue crepe dress and -a cor
sa§e of pink roses.
“Mowing the wedding a small
inception "as given by Mr. a
fs- L°uis T. Davis, 1317 Princess
, Af,er a wedding trip to Washing
on the couple will reside at 806
Market street.
* * »
Helta Chi Omega
Sorority Members
Honored At Supper
l The Delta Chi Omega Sorority
,a waffle supper on Thursday
enmg at the home of Misses Rosa
fe and Eleanor Reaves, for the
-■embers of the sorority and their
The following attended: Jean
a hcote, Ann Thomas, Carleen
"*e, Marie Costin, Liletha Crab
, e. Margaret McKee, Marie Bur
R.‘n; Miriam Hines, Eleanor
‘ 'ps, Rosa Lee Reaves, Frances
v, ‘p5, Connie Porter and Mrs. R.
1 aiWck. Jr., sponsor.
BRIDAL COUPLE—Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Gideon whose mar
riage took place at St. Paul's Methodist church in Tabor City on
Saturdp.y afternoon, October 19. Mrs. Gideon is the former Frances
Gore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Gore of Tabor City. Mr. Gideon
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gideon of Wilmington.
Caroline Wright,
Bride-Elect, Is
Honored At Party
Mrs. Edna Wright entertained re
cently with a kitchen shower at her
home honoring her daughter, Miss
Caroline Wright, bride-elect of No
White and yellow chrysanthe
mums were used throughout the
rooms in decoration and the bride’s
table held a wedding cake topped
with a miniature bridal couple.
During the evening games were
enjoyed followed by a refreshment
Around 20 guests were invited.
Shirley McKinney
Of Shelby, Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McKinney of
Shelby, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Shirley, to Owen
B. Smith, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Smith of Wilmington. The
wedding will take place in Decem
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Murray an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Cassandra Mae, on October 27 at
Marion Sprunt annex. Mrs. Mur
ray is the former Mary Catheryne
Merritt of this city.
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M1' ’ nd Mrs. Davis
Enieriain Couple
Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Davis en
tertained at their home on Prin
cess street with a cake cutton hon
oring the former Miss Christine Fu
ford and her fiance Edward .Ra
mon, on Wednesday evening. |
Arrangements of fall flow
ers were used throughout the home
and in the dining room the table'
was covered with a lovely lace
cloth and centered with a two-t:er
ed wedding cake topped with |
a miniature bride and bridegroom.
Miss Linda Rogers presided at
the punch bowl during the evening
and Miss Theresa Andrews had
charge of the bride’s book. The
honoree was presented with a cor
sage of white chrysanthemums
upon arrival.
Guests numbered around 40
friends of the couple.
* * *
Winter Park P.-T.A.
Plans Meet Tuesday
The Winter Park P.-T.A. will
meet in the school auditorium,
Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. with the ex
ecutive committee meeting at 1:30
Mrs. A. K. Dudley yill lead the
devotional. The program, under
the direction of Mrs. Collett, will
be given in keeping with Edu
cational Week follows:
Play, “A Visit lVith the Book
lady,” characters are booklady,
Sally Ottoway, adventure, Mau
rice Emmart, biography, Lucile
Barden, poetry, Ann Loftin myth
ology, Stella Lou Smith; Indian
stories, John G o rman; nature
stories, Betty Lou Walton, chil
dren, Sandra Harper, Smitty Bir
mingham, Roxanna Mebane, San
dra Creech and Caroline Dudley.
‘‘Picture books in Winter” by Bob
by, Jean and John Wood..
A reception for the teachers will
follow in the library. Parents as
well as teachers are invited to at
tend. ____
Williams, actress and playwright,
ivho will appear in Wilm ngton on
Monday evening, November 18, at
1 o’clock in the auditorium of New
Hanover High school under the
auspices of North Carolina Sorosis.
Mrs. Arthur Fullwood enter
tained on Thursday afternoon at a
birthday party for her son, Robert
Arthur, who celebrated his fourth
Games were played and enjoyed
after which refreshments were
The guests included the follow
ing: Robert Arthur, the honoree;
Billy Smith, W. L. Orp, Jr.,
Michael Jarrell, Gene Fales, Derry
Teachey, Ralph Jarrell, David Earl
Boswell, Delmas Benton, W. C.
Johnson, Sonny Watkins, Bobby
Benton, Jack Hobbs, Kaye Smith,
Patsy Fullwood, Cheryl Padrick,
Jamet Garrett, Pat Hobbs, Cassie
Mae Boyd, Mary Ruth Teachey,
Iris Benton, Mary Edwards, Joyce
Dale Boyd, Nancy Canefield, Caro
lyn Faye Garrett, Margaret Ed
wards, Mrs. J. J. Padrick, Mrs. W.
L. A’-p, Mrs. W. T. Fales, Mrs. >.
F. Watkins, Mrs. Ralph Jarrell,
Mrs. G. L. Gore, Mrs. W. M. Smith
and Miss Lillian Fullwood.__
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Wrighisboro Schtfol
P.-T. A. Will Meet
The Wrighisboro Parent-Teacher
asrociation plans a Parents’ work
shop at the school Tuesday, from
9 a. m. continuing throughout the
school day.
The program is as follows:
9:00-9:30—Am.^Ed. play, “Watch
Out for the Gremlins”, under the
direction of Miss Southerland.
9:45-10:30—Character building—
Miis Weber, Bible teacher from
High school.
10:30-10:45—Observation of lay
ground activities.
11:00-11:30- Recreation for our
community—Mr. Reynolds City
Rec. director.
11:30-12:00—Our eating habits—
Miss Blackburn, Home Ec. dept,
of High school.
12:15-12:30 — Mental and
Emotional health of our children—
Mrs. Emma Howell, ex. Sec. of
Family Ser. Society.
12:30-1:00 -Physical health of our
healtn officer:
children—Dr. felliott, New Hanover
All parents and friends of the
school are urged to make this
program a worthwhile success.
The association extends an invi
tation to members of other P.-T.A’s
to join this course of study. The
program may be attended in part.
The school cafeteria will serve
lunch at 1:15 to the group attend
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Mr. And Mrs. Cress
Honored With Party
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cress were
.ntertained Wednesday evening at
a house warming by Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Britt and Dr. and Mrs. W.
Fred Barefoot, at the home of the
.'ormer couple, 221 Chestnut street.
Mrs. Cress was presented with a
corsage of white chrysanthemums
upon her arrival. Games were
played during the evening. Refresh
ments were served in the dining
room which was decorated with
fall flowers and candles. The Cres
ses were presented with gifts for
their home.
Among the guests present were
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cress, the guests of honor, Mr.,
and Mrs. J. T. Henry, Mr. and j
Mrs. J. T. Lambert. Mrs. Van I
Moore, Mrs, Ruth Russ, Mrs. Fran
ces English, Miss Margie Logan,
William Cress, and Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Benton.
* * *
Rennie Mae Vernon,
Bennie Batts Marry
Mrs. S. A. Vernon of Currie, an
nounces the marriage of her daugh
ter. Rennie Mae. to Bennie P. Batts
of this city.
The wedding took place on No- .
vember 6 at the home of Mrs. T. „
L. McIntyre in Florence, S. C.
* • • ,:
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Baxter of
Tabor City, announce the birth of
j daughter. Selma Faye, Novem- -
oer 3 at Marion Sprunt annex. Mrs.
3axter is the former Faye Inman.
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