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Safety Council Conducts Novel Race BV RUTH millett - rove dramatically that many T0Pct, are willing to risk their pot° save a few minutes' driv liyes.^e the Philadelphia Safety Cftincil recently sponsored a novel rgCC. - 1939 automobiles of the I! make were started off to (lr„ nn a 10-mile course through -ether op ,itv traffic driver was instructed to n0 courtesy to anyone, to as fast as the law allowed, 4rl,v ,al.e all the chances he want Jfto. keeping within traffic regu other driver was told to trivel at a safe speed' showing " the prescribed courtesies of the load to other drivers and to pedes trains- _; Kill the Itch (Scabies) With Siticide This liquid preparation kills in 30 Blnutes those itch mites with which It comes in contact. Buy SITTCIDEI from your druggist, or send dOc to litlclde Co., Commerce, Ga. (Adv 1 The driver who took the chances and ^showed no courtesy in traffic ended up with bumped fenders and barely missed having several accidents. He gained four and a half minutes on the other car. Let's try to remember that dem onstration of the futility of trying to make time in our automobiles— at the expense of safety to our selves and others, and at the cost of courtesy toward other drivers and pedestrians. We won t save much time by trying to pass every car in sight, swerving in and out of traffic to do it. We won’t get where we are going much faster by scaring the life out of pedestrians by whiz zing up. behind them and then jamming on the brakes. We won’t save more than a frac tion of a minute—if any—by honk ing a horn at thg driver who doesn’t jump his car ahead the second the traffic light changes. Giving an old person or a wom an leading a small child by the hand plenty of time to get across the street when caught by a red light won’t take but a few seconds °f our precious time. Sk O^VV* * 0^>* V \$10-95 FREEMAN SHOE (0. 24 North Front St. Dial 7036 DELANEYS' NORMALIZING LOUNGE FORMAL OPENING - TODAY. FEBRUARY 27TH Mow Yon Can™ 5,, 4. Safely With The GYRODUCING METHOD • No Drugs • No Baths • No Diels .■ • No Exercise The New Way To Streamline Your Figure, Hips, Buots, Arms, Abdomen. ln 01'der to better explain anc acquaint you with this i-pp|,rci safe method of reducing, we are offering a ,treatment to each lady who desires an actual , "rPonstraticn of how you just relax and take the weight and inches off without having to starve, J'naust or bruise yourself—as compared with other methnds. Xfi EE LECTURE?_ iiyj h°SEPH S- KLEIN, national authority on beauty izj botlv shaping, will lecture at Delaneys’ Normal K Lounge today February 27th. at 2:30 and 7:30 m. If Yqm V . thpf? ndVe any reducing problems, please come to w 0ctures and demonstrations as our guests. DELANEYS' NORMALIZING LOUNGE Pl00ni5i 45-46-47 Trust Building Front and Market r i* a » ^ Hairdos Get All Set For Big Brush-Off By BETTY CLARKE AP Newsfeatures Beauty Editor Are you a frizz-whiz? Or per haps you are a snood fancier or have a kewpie complex—about your hair, that is. In any case, along with a hoard of other wo men who are wearing their hair in styles resembling anything from popcorn balls to cornucopias and pastry buns, the shape of your head may be taking on unusual proportions. Some women are kinked and frizzed until they look as if they would be keen competition at a There is the girl who covers her right eye—or perhaps her left —with a streamer of hair a la her favorite movie star. This is always sure to find its way to the soup bowl or to a burning cigarette. And the Bermuda onion top-knot which is round and sleek is al ways sure-fire, it seems, with the girl who can’t figure out any dif ferent way to arrange her coiffure. All of this rivalry in hairdos is typically American in that every body strives for individualism. But the first thing to take into con sideration before setting a style HOMEMADE COIFFEURS . . if vou are impulsive iuzzy-wuzzy hair show. Others are as shaggily disarranged as poodU dogs. Women, particularly those in their forties, with fat little apple pie faces, shouldn’t wear bangs. It will make their faces look fat ter, ridiculously child-like and emphasize an already bulging chin line. The little army of snood wear ers pops out every spring with determined expressions that come wind, hail or rain they will do nothing more than tuck their un brushed locks in their fish-net contraptions. While the snood is ar. important item during inclem ent weather, it isn’t supposed to take the place of the hair it self and when it has served its purpose of keeping the 'hair intact during a rain or wind storm it should he removed. . This shows what may happen md lack imagination. for yourself is not what Mrs. Jones is wearing in an effort to do her one better, or what Mabel con siders to be the last word in Holly wood glamor or her favorite ma gazine, but what looks best on you. Some girls need a little height, particularly' above a low fore head, but it isn’t necessary to have an exaggerated hairdo that bumps the ceiling. This pompa dour and the tight little all around-the-head-curl are particu larly annoying and conspicuous as being last resorts for an unimagi native girl. There is a simple, casual hair do for any girl which she ought to be able to persuade her hair dresser to cook up for her if she can’t depend on her own ingenu ity to create one. What's Cooking BY CHARLOTTE ADAMS For Sis’ Company Shrimp en Coquille Broiled Chicken Sauteed Zucchini Broiled Tomatoes Beet and Horseradish Ring | Strawberry Bavarian Cream (Recipes Serve Four) Shrimp en Coquille 2 pounds cooked shrimp 1 clove garlic 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine 1 cup cream 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-8 teaspoon pepper Paprika 1-2 cup catsup 1 1-2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce Buttered Bread Crumbs Rub pan well with a split clove of garlic. Blend flour with melted butter or margarine. Add cream gradually and cook, stirring con stantly until smooth and thick. Add seasonings and shrimp. Fill shells or ramekins. Sprinkle with | crumbs and place in a hot oven (400 degrees). Cook 10 to 12 min utes until nicely browned on top. Beet and Horseradish Ring 1 package lemon Jello 2 cups boiling water or beet juice Juice of one lemon 1 can beets, riced Salt 4 tablespoons prepared horse radish. 2 Avocado pears Russian Dressing Follow directions for making Jello. Chill and allow to congeal. Add beets, salt, lemon juice and horseradish. Pour into mold and chill until firm. Unmold on bed of lettuce and fill center with sliced Avocado pears. Serve with Russian dressing. Today’s Needlework | 73741 Enhance your favorite chair with this filet crochet set—a design that may be crocheted into match ing buffet set or scarf-ends, too! It costs next to nothing to crochet this set. Pattern 7374 has direc tions, charts. Our improved pattern — visual with easy-to-see charts and photos, and complete directions — makes needlework easy. Send TWENTY CENTS in coins for this pattern to the Wilmington Morning Star Housenold Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Fifteen cents more brings you our Needlework Book-^104 illustra tions of designs: crochet, knitting, toys, home decoration, embroidery, and a Free Pattern for three pot holders printed in the book. The Chinese were unquestionably the world’s greatest potters. From as early as the 12th century, during the Southern Sung period through Ming and Ch’ing. they made dis coveries and developed techniques that influenced all the later great European work Local Woman Presides At Regional Meet The regional meeting of the Dorcas Benevolent Society of the Seventh-day Adventist church met in Fayetteville recently with Mrs. Emma Case Nance of Wilmington presiding. The meeting which gathered delegates from Wilmington, Golds boro, Rocky Mount, and Greenville was held at the Seventh-day Adventist church on Union street. Elder J. O. Marsh of Charlotte, Home Missionary secretary, and Prof. H. M. Lodge of Charlotte, were guest speakers for the occa sion. Ralph C. Brown of Wilmington, a talented musician, presented a program featuring his musical glasses. Reports given at the meeting concerned the shipments of boxes and barrels of clothing sent to the COLDS Relieve misery, as most mothers do. Rub theA 41A throat, chest % M MCTaA and back with If • time-tested V VAPORUB LISTED BELOW ABE A FEW NEW ITEMS JUST RECEIVED! CRIB SHEETS — Limited Supply — Cotton QUILTED PADS — Limited Supply — RUBBER DOLLS 49c and 79c Draw String GOWKS Hand Made INFANTS' GOWNS Very Sheer NYLON HOSE New Assortment Giiis For Showers The KIDDY SHOP 604 Castle St. Dial 2-8454 needy in Europe and Asia by the] society. Leaders also spoke of the funds raised for famine relief and rehabilitation. j Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service One hundred years ago drinking tea from saucers was perfectly cor rect etiquette. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City, may be seen a collection of tiny Sandwich glass cup plates which were set under 19th century lea cups. Some birds are larger when young than they are after growing up-__ Cinderella 11 dote hie From tiny toddlers all the way up to High School seniors, we’ve got shoes to fit them all. Constructed to give longer wear, more comfort, your youngsters will love our shoes. u Our Styles Include: • SADDLES • LOAFERS • OXFORDS • STRAPS • BABY STARTERS Nationally Advertised Shoes By Such Manufacturers As: • DR. POSNER • PROPR - BUILT • SANDLER, JR. • RITE-START • KIDDIE - MOX • EDWARDS Exclusively Yours At Cinderella Booterie —ORTON HOTEL BUILDING - > i fll - I. : * • Makes home permanents easier than ever! 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