Miss Mary Cobb,
John Riiier Wed
LUMBERTON. Nov. 9. — Th<
■ marriage of Miss Mary Cobb
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Frew Cobb, to John Roberson Rif
ter of Richmond, Va.. son of Mr,
and Mrs. William James Ritter oi
Fayetteville, was solemnized in a
ceremony at the home of the
bride, 911 North Elm street, Lum
berton, Saturday evening, Novem
ber 2. at 7 o’clock. .The Rev. R.
L. Alexander of the First Pres
byterian church, officiated at fhe
single-ring rites in the presence of
immediate families and intimate
friends. Wedding music was ren
dered by Miss Allie Bird McKin
non, pianist, and Wilton Barnes,
The bride entered with her
father, by whom she was given
in marriage. She wore her moth
er's wedding gown of candlelight
satin with Princess lace draped
across the skirt and bodice and
caught with medallions of seed
pearls. The long sleeves and but
tons down the sines, and buttons
were down the back of the bodice.
Her full-length veil of imported
Princess lace was escalloped
along the edge and attached to a
halo of rose point lace. She car
ried a colonial bouquet of bride's
roses and bouvardia.
Attending the oride as matron
of-honor was Mrs. Harold D.
Goode, who was gowned in a gold
Japquard faille model. Her flow
ers were bronze chrysanthemums
tied with talisman satin ribbon.
The bridegroom was attended
by his brother, William J. Ritter,
Jr., of Fayetteville as best man.
Candles were lighted bv Berry G.
French and Harold. D. Goode.
The mother of the bride was at
tired in black velvet, and at her
shoulder was a purple orchid. The
bridegroom’s mother wore a black
and aqua dress with orchid cor
Mrs. Ritter a'ttended Converse
college in Spartanburg, S. C.. and
is a graduate of Winthrop college,
Rock Hill. S. C. She has been en
gaged in secretarial work in Rich
mond. New York City and Lum
berton. The bridegroom attended
Presbyterian Junior college and
the University of North Carolina.
I'e is employed with the Barrett
Division of Allied Chemical and
D; e company in Richmond.
The couple will be at home at
.2503 Grove avenue. Richmond,
upon return from a wedding trip.
The bride's going-away outfit was
a two-piece brown wool suit, with
which she wore brown and beige
accessories and an orchid cor
Several hundred friends were
Invited to attend the formal re
ception at which the bride's par
ents entertained after the cere
mony. Guests were present from
Rock Hill, former home of Mr.
and Mrs. Cobb, Greensboro, Vir
ginia Beach. Rocky Mount, Win
ston-Salem. Bessemer City, Roa
noke, Va., Norfolk. Va., and towns
throughout Robeson county.
Mrs. John Knox was hostess at
the Ritter-Cobb wedding luncheon
at Hotel Lorraine Saturday at 1
o'clock. Covers were laid for 22.
ar.d at the bride's place was a
gift of silver topped with a hand
kerchief corsage of flowers.
A ter rehearsal Friday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Goode
gave the cake-cutting at their
country home for 30 members of
the wedding party, out-of - town
guests and close friends. Mrs. A.
R. McLaughlin of Rock Hill sliced
the cake, while Mr. ana Mrs. Ccott
Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
French and Mrs. R. L. Alexander
assisted in serving.
* * *
Beverly Wray Johnston,
William Benners Engaged
NEW BERN, Nov. 9. — Mrs.
Phoebe B. Johnston of New Bern
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Beverly Wray, to William
L. Benners, Jr., son of Mrs. Lina
M. Benners of New Bern and W.
L. Benners, Sr., of Norfolk.
_ The wedding will take place dur
ing the latter part of November.
\ You may look years
younger than your age- j
turn hack the hands of j
time-by increasing the
supply of hormones to
Y your skin. For as one
grows older, the supply j
of hormones decreases, \
and this is a reason for s
fading beauty. Cinder- i:
ella Cream is a scientific i
answer, supplies additional I
natural female hormones in \
a lovely lanolin base cream \
for quick absorbing into I
the skin itself. Let Cinder- l
ella Cream bring you all 1
its promised youthful f
vitalizing aid —today. \
. Each jar contains 20,000 I
an international units. |
For the hands—the body. |
for Cinderella Hormone 3
Lotion. $1.25 plus tax $
u PLUS TAX I
108 N. Front St.
MRS. LILLIAN T. MAJALLY —
associate director of Field Service
of the National Federation of Busi
ness and Professional Women’s
clubs who will visit North Carolina
during November for tne purpose
of assisting local clubs in organiz
ing new units.
Mrs. Majally has had wide ex
perience in organizational work,
havirtjjf'Uformerly been executive
secretary of the Morgan county
Cha’mber of Commerce, Morgan
town, W. Va.. and also of the Mo
nongalia county office of Civilian
Defense and Post War Council.
She has done considerable work
for the West Virginia Foundation
for Crippled Children and is now
a member of the founders group
of that organization.
Mrs. Majally’s itinerary in North
Carolina will include: Wilmington,
on November 11 and 12; Wilson
on the 13th: Winston-Salem on the
14th; Durham on the loth. 16th and
17th: Fayetteville from the 17th to
20t'n, and Marion on the 21st.
Miss Beatrice Patterson, also ol
Headquarters staff of the National
Fede ation, will accompany Mrs.
Majally on the first part of this
trip, returning to New York from
Durham on the 17th.
At present the North Carolina
Federation has clubs in 38 towns
and cities with a membership of
approximately 2.000. Miss Mabel
L. Bacon of Charlotte is state
Members of the Wilmington club
who will accompany Mrs. Majally
in the vicinity of Wilmington are:
Rebekah Johnson. Monday. Mrs.
Violet Polvogt, Mrs. Louise B.
Polvogt, Miss Ruth Humphrey,
Monday night. Miss Maude Hughes
Mary Henri Lennon and Verna
Sheppard. Tuesday night. Any
others who will be able to accom
pany the above please contact
Ruth Humphrey as soon as pos
Engaged To Marry
John William Elsea
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jack Som
ersette of Wilmington, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Vera Rose, to John William Elsea
of Atlanta. Mo. and El Centro, Cal
ifornia. The wedding will take
place the latter part of November.
when prices stay down
and quality stays up
.. and price* ol The International Silver Company’s famous brands of
silverware ARt staying down! In face of increased costs International
i* one of the few companies today who have not raised prices since
the war . . . and who have maintained quality.
\ou don’t have to postpone buying your silverware because you
think the cost may have grown beyond your budget . . . not if it’s
1847 ROGERS BROS, or
HOLMES ft EDWARDS INLAID
These brands are being sold today at no increase in prices, as are
other famous International products such as Silverplated HoLlowware,
including trays, meat dishes and bowls.
While the demand still far exceeds the supply, we are receiving
regular shipments from International and it will be a pleasure to help
you plan for your needs.
"FOR THREE GENERATIONS4
125 PRINCESS ST.
Said In New Bern
NEW BERN, Nov. 9. — Mrs. Hil
da Jacobs Cain and Adrian H. Jaffe
of Lansing, Mich., were married
here Sunday afternoon, November
3, at the home of the bride’s
grandfather, Max L. Jacobs. Rabbi
Harold Gelfman of Raleigh officiat
The bride wore winter white silk
crepe, with a corsage of autumn
tint button chrysanthemums.
During the afternoon the couple
left by plane for New York for a
short wedding trip before proceed
ing to Lansing, where Mr. Jaffe is
an instructor of English at Michi
gan State college. He is the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Jaffe of East Lansing.
Mrs. Jaffe is the daughter of Mrs.
Daniel Galloway of Wilmington anj
L. M. Jacobs of San Antonio, Tex.
She is a native New Bernian.
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Miss Merle Bruner
Will Address Meet
The Hemenway Parent-Teacher
association will observe Fathers
night on Tuesday at 8 o’clock at
the school. A short business meet
ing wijl be held with Mrs. R. W.
Rochelle, president, in charge.
Mrs. E. P. Walker, program chair- ,
man, has announced that Miss
Merle Bruner, director of religious
education at Trinity Method is t ,
church, will be guest speaker. ,
Group singing will be led by W. I
R. Dosher. A special invitation is
extended to the patrons of the Cor- 1
nelius Harnett school to attend. A i
social hour will be held at the end :
of Ihe program. v (
BRIDE—Mrs. Daniel Alexandc t
Hegan, Jr., who before her mar
iaere on October 10 was Miss Elma
Tarrelson. daughter of Mr. and
ifrs. T. B. Harrelson of Cl p'kton.
ilr. Regan is the son of Mr. and
drs. D. A. Regan, also of Clark
Spoken In Chicago
The wedding of Miss Mary Mintz
if Ash, and Donnie Smajo of Chi- j
■ago. 111., took place in Chicago on
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. Newman Mintz and the
tranddaughter of the late Sam K.
The couple plan to make theii
lome in Chicago. Mr. Smajo re
:ently received his discharge after |
erving in the navy as an electri
■ian second class.
• A Large Line Of Select Gifts
For Every Member Of The Family
• Christmas Gift Wraps, Ribbons
• Many New And Beautiful Christ
mas Cards In Stock And It’s Not
Too Late To Order Your Own Per
• New And Popular Novels And
Books Of Poetry.
• Many Books For Children.
Peloubet’s Select Notes 1947
a commentary on the International Bible Lessons
for Christian teaching.
Do Your Christmas Shopping At
111 Chestnut St. Dial 6187
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In One Of Those Grant!
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-YOU THOUGHT HAH GONE FORE YE II!
Starting Promptly at 9 A. M.-Tomorrow-Monday
For One Week Only-Sale Positively Ends Sat.-Nov. 16th-6 P. M.
Yes Mam! Bargains — Bargains — Bargains — and timed just right for you
to purchase your FUR COATS — CLOTH COATS — SUITS — DRESSES
and accessories at the beginning of the Fall and Winter Season! It’s hard
to believe, we know but true nevertheless. This is Crawford’s first Mid-sea
son Sale — When we say sale it means real savings — And best of all you
| can buy now from a full stock at less than you will pay after Christmas.
—With Prices Ranging From 25% to 5 %
FUR COATSOFJL, r;P
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
- COATS and SUITS
WOOL AND SILK J
i DRESSES i/\
m (INCLUDING ONE LOT MATERNITY DRESSES)
l BLOUSES “o HANDBAGS
We’re headquarters for quality furs . . .
and every fur coat in our collection is
Sale priced. Select from rich mink,
blended muskrat, softest mouton lamb
and many others. Sizes 10 to 52.
25% TO 50% OFF
Select your fur trimmed coat now dur
ing this sale. Many, many styles to
choose from as well as furs (including
genuine fox). Sizes 9 to 20.
25% TO 50% OFF
Chesterfield . . . Fitted and Boxy styles
. . . Finest materials and linings. Sizes
9 to 20. Select -yours now and save at
lpp c f
25% TO 50% OFF
A vast array of suits of every style and
description at savings you’d never ex»
pect . . . even at the end of a season.
25% TO 50% OFF
You’ll love these lovely silk dresses.
Among this tremendous array you
should certainly find several that will
please. Junior, Misses and Women sizes.
All at savings from—
25% TO 50% OFF
Smart woolens that will carry you sue*
essfully thru a successful fall and win
ter season. All brand new and priced
to sell in this sale at—
25% TO 50% OFF
Plaids . . . Solids ... All
colors and sizes. Priced
for quick sale at—
25% to 50% Off
Pullovers . . . Cardigans
... Yes all styles to mix
’n match with your new
skirts . . . Save
25 % to 50% Off
Glitter blouses for dress
up . . . Soft and tailored
costume charmers . . .
Stock up now at—
25% to 50% Off
Plastics . . . Leathers . < -
fabrics in a variety of nr '■
fall styles designed
complete your fall cos
25% to 50% Off
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