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Mrs. Rinaldo B. Page Elected
President Of Local Garden Club Capus Waynick of Raleigh, former state highway commission er, spoke before the members of the Cape Fear Garden club yes terday morning on Roadside Beautification, New officers for the coming year were elected during the morning with Mrs. Rinaldo B. Page named as president. Elected to serve with Mrs. Page were: Mrs. C. D. Maffitt. first vice-pres ident; Mrs. Waite. E. Curtis, sec ond vice-president; Mrs. J. Henry Gerdes. third vice-presidept: Mrs. Lester W. Preston, recording sec retary; Mrs. William G. Robert *on, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Thomas B. Lilly, treasurer: and Mrs. Guy A. Cardwell, his torian. These officers will be installed *t the final business meeting of the year to be held on May 13. Mr. Waynick said, in speaking before the group, that you have to have the road made beautiful or attractive before you can oegin to beautify its sides or shoulders. In this he advised against plant ing flowers or trees on the side except in front of houses, in order that the appearance may be kept beautiful and cared for by the owner. He urged that trees or bushes be planted away from the roads in clusters rather than in single rows, thus making a pleas ing vista. He urged persons to do • way with unsightly sideboards and ugly buildings and where there are rows of fences, persons having their property bordered with these keep in mind the .if feet of a high fence here and a low one next, thus breaking the uniform picture. In closing Mp. Waynick answered a number of questions pertaining to beautifying grounds and roads. He distributed to the members booklets put out by the highway commission telling what can be done and what can not be done on roadside develop ment. He was introduced by Mrs. C. D. Hogue. In the absence of Mrs. J. B. C'ranmer, Mrs. C. D. Maffitt act ad as recording secretary. Mrs. J. 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It’s mildly sea "4 soned—chopped to a parti ' cle size that promotes baby’s ‘ easy chewing—packed with plenty of energy and invit ing flavor he’ll like! 1 * r' "i Among Heinz Junior Foods i for Strained-Food Graduates tr ■ -j i» \ You'll Also Find Chopped * Spinach, Pineapple Rice Pud *' ding and Creamed Diced £ , B ; Vegetables—All with Flavor, * Color arid Smooth Texture Toddlers Enjoy! c-816-a ' V A dent, made several announce ments of the coming shows and conventions to be held this spring and summer and announced . - meeting to be held by the Me,, •= Garden club of Savannah this week-end on Camellias and to.d I members if they had any ques i t'ons on camellias they would .ike ; answered that they send them to ! P. L. Marburv in Wilmington or to the Men’s Garden club of Sa vannah, as a program of questions or, camellias will be featured at this meeting with outstanding speakers appearing on the pro grams. A letter was read from Mrs. w. A. Fonvielle from North Carolina Sorosis. Mrs. Fonvielle is chair man of the cleanup campaign to be sponsored bv Sorosis in the city A number of large conven tions will be held in Wilmington during the spring and summer months and she urged all persons to keep the city beautiful rather than to deface its beauty. t I hursday Music Club Presents Tea Program A delightful Music Hour and Fel lowship Tea was enjoyed at the YWCA clubhouse, Third and Grace streets, Sunday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock. The clubrooms were atfactive with bowls of yellow daffoot-s and candles. An open fire in each room made the hour very cozy and gave a homelike atmosphere. Mrs. Edna W. Ranter, residence director and Misses Rosannah Bis hop, Christine Goins and Judy Johnston, of the Resident Girls' club were hostesses for the after noon. Mrs. C. B. Wesseii, president ot Thursday Morning Music club, spoke inform ally to the guests and introduced the musicians who gave the following program: Violin —*■ LaCinquantaine Gab riel-Marie; Serenade—Victor Her bert, Mrs. Charles Slack. Flute—Csardas—V. Monti, Mrs. Robert Whitaker. Piano—Nocturne—Schuman, Mss. C. J. Powell. Violin and Flute—la) Quel Suono (What Sounds) from "The Magic Flute-’ — Mozart, (b) Piendemi Teco (Take Me With Theei from "Romeo and Juliet"—Vaccai, Mrs. Slack and Mrs. Whitaker, vlrs. Po well—accompainst. After the program the guest were invited to the tea table, which was attractive with a lace cloth and centered with a low blue bowl filled with yellow daffodils. Miss Bishop and Miss Goins pour ed tea for the following guests: Miss Lois Cooper, Mrs. W. A. Cannon, Janie Anne Cannon, Chris tine Cannon, Mrs. C. B. Wessell, Mrs. Schaefer, Mrs. Fred G. Rose, Mrs. E. H. Whitaker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hess, Mrs. John F. Rulfs, [Mrs. C. B. Newcomb, Miss Eliza [Collins. Mrs. Maude Foy, Mrs. Mary F. Dobson, Mrs. S. F. Alex ander, Mr. J. H. Creech, Mrs. Key [Scales, Miss Dorothea Quelch j Jones, Mrs. J. A. Russell, Mrs. Warner Lee Carden, Miss Ann Fay, Miss Mary Lily Davis, Miss Edna Bessent, Mrs. Dan Galloway, Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mrs. Robert Whitaker and Mrs. Charles Slack. These teas are a monthly event at the Young Women's Christian association in cooperation with the Thursday Morning Music club and the public is cordially invited to come and enjoy an hour of good music and fellowship. ___ Dial 2-3S11 For Newspaper Service soc KAY GOODMAN _ SOCIETY EDITOR T rask-Miars WeddingCards Issued In City The following invitations have been received in the city: Mr. and Mrs. George Trask request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Emma Harriett to Mr. William Thomas Miars, junior Saturday afternoon, the twenty second of March at half after five o'clock First Baptist Church Wilmington, North Carolina Reception immediately follow ing at 8 Hydrangea Place, Oleander. Sorosis Music Department To Meet Thursday The Music department of North Carolina Sorosis, Mrs. Q. B. Snipes chairman, will hold a pro gram meeting on Thursday aft ernoon at 4 o’clock in the Sorosis clubhouse, 116 North Third street. Children from Mrs. Belcher’s school of dance will be presented in an interesting program. This meeting is open to all members of Sorosis who are privileged to bring a guest. A Fashion First 71S6 A fashion to live in! Embroider: this Graceful pleated shirtfrock with roses in easy single-stitch. Pattern 7136 nas embroidery transfer: dress pattern is misses', and women's sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 30. 32, 34. 36, 38. 40. State size. Our improved pattern — visual with ea^y-to-see charts and photos, and complete directions — makes needlework easy. Send TWENTY CENTS in coins for this pattern to Wilmington Morning Star Household Arts Dept.. 2.39 W. 14th St., New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. AD DRESS 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. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service good news! STE » OUT AGAIN IN A Selections include all-elastic fab rics and panelettes . . . girdles and pantie girdles. Enjoy that feeling of comfort and good grooming assnred you only in a Vassarette of Controlled Free dom. BOOTERIE | TODAY'S GARDEN-GRAPH _I CONCAVE ^SIDES UP ROUNDED SIDES DOWN \ 4 OR 5 INCH POT Tins on Tuberous-Rooted Begonias DISTRIBUTED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION Every garden has a shady nook, which tuberous-rooted begonias could brighten from June until frost comes. These same begonias are also ideal for indoor bloom during the summer, for porch boxes, tubs and hanging baskets in shady places. The flowers of tuberous-rooted begonias are of various shapes and sizes in both single and double forms. Some are frilled, others crested, and some are fringed. It is advisable for the home gardener to buy the growing plants in early spring. However, wh#n- tuberous-rooted begonias are started indoors they flower about four weeks earlier than they will when one waits until the weather permits planting outdoors. To start the tubers fill a seed flat with a mixture of half peat moss and half leafmold. plus a WE, THE WOMEN Forbid Marriage Order Not Sporting By RUTH M1LLETT It’s a wise man who knows his own weakness. Like, for instance, the Army corporal who asked for and received along with his di vorce a court order forbidding him to marry for two years. Explained the corporal to the judge: ‘Tt’s for my own protec- j Hemenway School Elects New PTA Officers At Meet New officers of the Hememvay Parent - Teacher association were named at yesterday's meet ing held at 2:30 o'clock" presided over by the president, Mrs. N. A. Rochelle. Mrs. Ola Pridgen was elected to serve as president; Mrs. E. F. Knight, vice - president; Miss Margaret Gerock. secretary; and Mrs. L. G. Harris, treasurer. The meeting was opened with Mrs. M. A. Piner reading a de votional stressing that working together both spiritually and mentally were important factors in making a healthy community. Jesse Reynolds, city recreation director, guest speaker of the afternoon was introduced by Mrs. E. P. Walker, program chair man. Mr. Reynolds i n speaking on Laying Firm Foundations for the Family, pointed out that, if the family planned more rec reation together a s family units it would draw them closer to gether. quoting various rec reation directors of larger cities in this statement. A good slogan Mr. Reynolds said is “A family that plays together i s a family that stays together.” He menti oned that in this atomic nervous age it is important to plan a family life together. Mrs. Slorumb's Two - A grade won the attendance award. PERSONALS Henry B. Rehder, state director of the Southeastern Florist asso ciation. left Tuesday afternoon for Birmingham, Ala., where he will attend a directors meeting there for several days. Little Kay Davis, daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis of Wil | mington. accompanied her uncle, j Wilson R. White back to Charlotte | this week for a visit of two weeks. Miss Lucile Hart has returned to her home in Sunset Park after spending the past week-end in Richmond, Va., visiting with friends. Miss Pansy Margaret Fishburn of this city, is a patient a‘ the Medical college hospital, Rich mond. Va., after undergoig an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Willetts and Misses Margaret I. and Car rie B. Harriss are spending ten days in New York vacationing. Mrs. Beulah Joyce is a patient at James Walker Memorial hospi i tal. Friends of Mrs. Thomas Hunter will regret to learn of the death of her mother. Mrs. N. M. Harri son who died Monday at her home near Littleton. Mrs. Maurice Canady and two sons. Maurice and Packer, 0f Asheville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Canady of Lake Forest. Community Center Bridge Night Set The Wednesday evening brid-e club wall m*t at 8 o'clock at the Community Center, Second and Orange streets. I Anyone interested in playing or learning the gain, * juviUd to join the group. t0 little sand and moisten well. As illustrated in the accompanying Garden-Graph, place the bulbs three to four inches apart, with the concave side i,>. Plant with the surface of the bulb showing. Place the flat in a dark, room with a temperature of about 60 degrees. Keep the soil moist, but no’t soaking wet. When watering, take care not to wet the surface of the bulbs. After the sprouts on the bulbs have grown about an inch long, the flat can be given light, but not sun. When three leaves have made their appearance, plus good root growth, transplant into four or five-inch pots, as illus trated. Use a soil mixture of two parts loam, one part leafmold. one part rooted manure, and one part sand. Before planting pot-grown bulbs outdoors, harden them off gradual ly. To encourage sturdy plants, pinch off the first buds. tion. There are too many good looking women around here.” Of course, the “protection'’ the corporal asked the court to gno him is just a new slant on an old alibi. Married men who can’t resist good-looking women have long used the excuse, "My wife won’t divorce me,” when a conquest be gins to hint at marriage. The corporal has simply mod ernized that defense to “I'd like to marry you — but I can't marry ANYBODY for a couple of years —court orders.” Women, however, may resent the corporal’s innovation. They know the married man who plays around is likely to run for cover when a girl gets a serious, mar ried-minded look in her eye. So when women try to grab off a man who already has a wife, they know he holds a trump card if he wants to play it. But there’s something not quite sporting about an unmarried man’s holding the same trump in reserve. According to the time - honored rules of the game—a ^nan without a wife is eligible. ----- ' / . . " BY MULLINS u/rU'A _29 South ?nmt Stl />» c. | Wilmington With Youngstown Kitchen equip ment, you can quickly and eaulv transform your old kitchen i»,0‘ beautiful, modern room that u a pleasure to work in. The first step toward moderniza tion should be the Young-'*0"n “Kitchenaider” cabinet Sink Available in different model' a with gleaming white, acid-res.?t ing porcelain enameled tn!ISj Among the many features ?--f 5 twin-bowls with dish and '-f2f table spray, removable dra.n board to provide extra space l°r food preparations, large dra"' w-ith special compartments, an plenty of lower storage space. Other Youngstown units in-l';(^e spacious wall and floor cabinet, with generous shelves for over sized utensils, linens or cleanin? equipment. Let us show you *n> . attractive, well-made, work -sa' ing units, and give you an at 11 rate estimate of the cost of in.-laH ing them in your home. V F W Auxiliary New Officers Are Elected Mrs. Mable Langley was elected president of the ladies auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2573, at the regular meeting held this week in the Tide Water Hall. Also elected to serve with Mrs. Langley were: Mrs. Lr a C. Reece, senior vice president; Mrs. Elizabeth Wells, junior vice - president; Mrs. Adah Watters, treasurer; Mrs. Emma Hansley, chaplain; Mi's. Eliza beth Millar, conductress; Mrs. Althia Brewer, guard; Mrs. Hattie B. Mann and Mrs. Lucile Edwards, trustees. These officers will be installed at the April meeting. Mrs. James W. Mclntire. presi dent, presided over the meeting. Reports of the activities were given by the various chairmen, Mrs. Lucile Edwards, welfare and rehabilitation chairman, re ported assistance had been given a family of five. Another veter an’s family was reported in need of aid and the case was turned over to Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. Althia Brewer, hospitali zation chairman w a s authorized to send Easter gifts to hospitali zed veterans. The president called to the at tention of the auxiliary the great need of a T. B. Sanatorium in Wilmington and urged each mem ber to register and vote for the sanatorium in t h e coming elect ion. whereupon a motion was made by M r s. Lucile Edwards, rehabilitation chairman, that each person present call more and not less than ten persons each to register and vote for the sanatorium, and when possible to see to it personally that persons contacted do register and vote for the sanatorium. The motion was unanimously carried. Mrs. J. M. Sutton, w a v s and means chairman reported 50 boxes of Wallace Brown cards sold. Mrs. Mclntire reported that the V. F W. auxiliary had been re quested oy the American Bed C ss :o be responsible for the of Castle stret and total of $184.51 had been s<- by the V. F. W. team for the Red Cross Fund. The V. F. W. auxiliary also voted to make its usual donation to the Red Cross. “Pigs” donated b y Mrs. Hilda Knowles and Mrs. Althia Brewer were won by Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Sutton. Receipts there from were credited to the auxiliary building fund. V. F. W. election pins were given t o members who had not received theirs when admitted to membership because o f wartime restrictions. The next meeting of the aux iliary will be held Monday evening. March 24 in the Tide Water hall at 8 p. m. All eligible women are ex tended a cordial invitation to be come members of the V. F. W. auxiliary. Food and cover for the bobwhite quail in Ohio is near the winter low in February. Large coveys fare better than small ones. ---- Dates To Rememh^ TODAY 11:00 a.m. — WSCS of Grace Methodist church to holu church day as follows: Spirit ual life group 11 a.m.; cir cles 11:30 o'clock; Business meeting 12 noon;- luncheon 1:15 p.m., circle 3 in cha-ge. 3:15 p.m. — Private Duty sec tion of District Nine meets in Nurses home. 3:30 p. m.—Circle one of Pear sall Memorial Presbyterian church, Mrs. G. W. Martin, chairman, will meet with Mrs. J. T. Hughes. 4:00 p.m. — Monthly meeting of District Nine N. C. State Nurses association in Nurses home. A full attendance is desired as a new president to fill the term of Miss Ruth Pannill who resigned to go to Roanoke, Va.. will be elected at this meeting. 6:30 p.m. — Wilmington As sembly No. 12, Order of Rain bow for Girls, will meet at the Masonic Temple. The de gree of the order will be con- ! ferred on candidates. 7:30 p. m. — The Maffitt Village PTA will meet for the month ly business session at which time Miss Lucy London Nash of the Health Department, will be the guest speaker. THURSDAY 10:00 a. m.—The Executive com mittee of the Thursday Morning Music club will meet in St. James parish house. 10:30 a. m.—The program meeting of the Thursday Morning Music club will be held in St. James Great Hall. 2:30 p.m. — The Bradley's Creek P.-T. A. meets at the school Auditorium. , 4:00 p.m. — N. C. Sorosis Music department meeting at club hovise. 7-9 p.m. — The Thursday night supper party of the country club. 8:00 p. m.—Letitia Rebekah Lodge No. 3, IOFF, will meet in the Junior Order Hall. Plans for the spring district meet ing to be held here will be discussed after which a social hour will %be held, with Miss Maude Burke and Mrs. Emma Johnson as hostesses. 8:00 p. m.—The Junior Home Demonstration club of East; j Kill mice without the trouble or mess of traps or bait. Just put Mouse Seed in saucer and place where mice appear. They eat the kernels of the tiny, chemically treated seed, then they die. The easy, clean way to kill mice. Excellent results for over 50 years. Avoid substitutes. Get the genuine. At drug and other deal ers. No mail orders. W. G. Reardon Laboratories, Inc., Port Chester, N.Y. I .1 ' 1 -— V-l Wilmington wilI with Mrs. C T v ^ e (t members are urged’^' ^ tend. * 3 to lt. 8-Id p. m. Goldenrod wan. Order 0f Easte-- c? er meet in the Masonic?;'*® FRIDAY P'*' 8:00 p.m. _ r„„u of Stamp Def.a, ce CAR with Misses i.“*pter 213 North Fit; . L?' nr°P, Ports from delegatVs^tn’ ^ conference in \>.„ 0 ,tMt be made. " Bern will 8:00 p. m.-The Fo P ... of the First Bap-‘k-^e,c!ais will meet a- churrt Mrs. R. s. Pheips; ^ « 5°r ^rive. Glen Arden S* group five win P,J:~ _ e,-erta:n Mrs. .John Reads jr Recent Bride, Feted CURIE. March'll David E. Miller c , tf» the home of her « and Mrs. H. P. R„ . *■ Mr honoring Mrs. John Rf,n' V 5 Wilmington, who cent marriage y a s vr 1 r»’ Kellum of Burgtw. * E°!( During the evening »am. . enjoyed. A corsage of’white ' nations was presented to% Reade along with a yg Miss Ann Johnston, "of w ' V"‘ ton, also a bride ■ elect ana nr8' Florence Newton of CiirriM'S5 bride - elect, were presented*'**' sages of gardenias and «a- >a- ’t and gifts in silver a d t.■ s the hostess. Misses Adelaide .2 Dorotny Reade, Mrs Flynn and Miss Belly A„ne assisted in serving refreshment Guests included Mrs Rpy. honoree, Miss Johnston ‘ y « Newton, Mrs. Flynn. Miss Be thTe, Misses Reade. Miss r “Jo Porter. Mesdames t H. Nunalee, Earl Tavlor u y Edgerton, Hugh Walker.’ i srv Bell ‘ W. C. 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