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' MINIATURE pear- shaped i ’tomato comes in RED AND YELLOW 'A^,AN varieties , Conner 1 11*/8 _ tomato Miniature Tomatoes For Small Gardens By DEAN HALLIDAY Distributed by Central Press Association j^ere space in the home veg ble „arden is limited the popu ,, miniature fruited variety of '*• (oes can be grown. Thes.e #ir‘..0ef are interesting and deco enough to be included in the Jr garden. m when garden space is am i tile miniature fruited toma J|s should be grown, for they BEWARE OF HNW0RMS iMital wort, reveal that an amazing toeber of children and adults are victims j fT. Worms. ifjtch for the warning aigns, especially ta embarrassing, nagging rectal itch. tmtiiries of Pin-Worm distress a t it effective .v?v to deal with them has 2> established through JAYNE'S P-W. Snev Pin-Worm treatment developed 'tie laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne & Son. tee small, casy-to-take P-W tablets give eiofsetion or your money back. So why (hechances on Pin-Worms! If you aus ,K; this ugly infection, ask your druggist ,p.yY and follow the directions. |j sir to remember; P-W for Pin.Worms I Irritation Dus to: d ry eczema, common rashes, simple piles, chafing, chapping and similar condi tions externally caused: Try the gentle Resinol way to joyful relief. See how this toothing, widely used oint ment eases itchy sting, curbs desire to scratch, and thus , hastens comfort. L Mild Resinol Soap is specially Mrea mited to use on tender skins. RES1N0LK I «re delicious in salads, make at tractive preserves, and are desir able for pickling. Certain varieties are callec Pear tomatoes because ot theii shape, as illustrated in the ac companying Garden-Graph. Thi: group of small fruited tomatoe: J®, abo“t 1 1-2 to two inches long There is a Red Pear and a Yellov Pear, which are strong growinj vines. Red Cherry and Yeilow Cherrj also are varieties of the minia ture tomatoes which are strom growing and very productive There is also a Red Plum and £ Yellow Plum, both ot which have oval fruits two inches long. Another popular miniature i: the Strawberry tomato, als< called Ground Cherry. Its fruit: are enclosed in a papery husk Although this variety is not i true tomato its fruits are ver} sweet and are prized for tabic use, preserving, and even for pic i making. Another interesting variety o medium-sized tomato is the Ital ian Canner. It bears an enormou: crop of brignt red fruits of a dis tinct oblong shape, as illustrated The interior of the fruits is solid and pulpy. It is 'a great favorite among those who grow this va riety for canning whole, in syrup All the popular miniature-fruit ed varieties of tomatoes produce large crops, and without excep tion make delicious and attractive preserves. “FLYING” SPIDEkS Balloon spiders have been found two miles above the earth by U. S government scientists using insec traps on airplanes These spider: do nof have the power of flight, but are carried aloft by wind. RY THIS If WI RE IKY,TIRED-OUT Compound to relieve such symp toms. It’s famous for this purpose! Taken regularly—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resist ance against such distress. And that’s the kind of product you should buy. Thousands have re ported benefit! Worth trying. L_VEGETABLE rUWKo COMPOUND SOCIETY - KAY GOODMAN_SOCIETY EDITOR I Angel Reyes To Replace Joseph Fuchs According to an announcement received from Columbia Concerts in New York City by Mrs. William G. Robertson yesterday, Joseph Fuchs, violinist, scheduled to play here March 24, will be unable to perform due to a broken arm. In his place, Angel Reyes,\ inter nationally known Cuban violinist will play here at the New Hanover 1 High School auditorium March 24, ' at 9 p. m. Mr. Reyes was engaged to appear in Wilmington two years ; ago but due to illness, his perform 1 ance was canceled. According to Mrs. Robertson, sec retary and treasurer of the Com munity Concert Association, Mr. Reyes’ concerts in New York this winter have met with high praise from the leading musical critics of the city. Entrance to the last of the Com munity Concerts for the year may be gained only by showing a mem bership card. ; ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED FRIDAY AT WINTER PARK In what is expected to be one ' of the most hilarious entertain ments ever presented at the Win ter Park School, the Winter Park P-T-A will sponsor a womanless wedding and fashion show (all men cast) Friday night at 8 o’clock in the school auditorium. Billy Howell will play the part of the bride, whose marriage takes place to Clyde Vaught. The bride’s trousseau, designed by Scrapanyelli of New York, will be modeled by the following males: Erie Thomas. Julius Far row, George Birmingham , Ralph W. Mason, Rollie Walton, C. G. Van Landingham, and A. G. Hale. Among the apparel making up the bride’s trousseau will be nu merous bathing suits which will also be modeled by personnel of the all male cast. Models include: Hugh McEachern, Bill Cole. John Lamb, C. H. Stanton, Casey Leeu wenburg. Coy Cook. Russell Wal dorf, Raymond Farrow. Bill Pape, H. S. Gibbs, A. K. Mallard, and others. A band will accompany the an tics of the models and the cere mony of the wedding. FOOD vs. HOUSING Daring the French “Reign of Terror,” mutton chops cost S300 in assignats (bonds issued by the French revolutionary government as currency) in Paris. Mansions brought only $12 in gold during that period. MRS. WILLIAM W. LEWIS, whose marriage was solemnized Saturday, March 8. in Conway, S. C. Mrs. Lewis is the former Charlotte Tripp Russ, who acquired fame last year as Strawberry 3ueen in the Wallace Festival. Charlotte Russ William Lewis Wed I n Conway Mrs. Etta Russ Ezzell of Bryan Avenue, Longwood, announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Charlotte Tripp Russ to William W. Lewis, Jr., of this city. The ceremony took place Saturday, March 8, in Conway, S. C. Miss Russ who was 1946 Straw berry queen in Wallace, was gradu ated from New Hanover High School, following which she studied modeling in New York City., Mr. Lewis, who is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis, Sr., of this city is a member of the Wil mington Police Force. The couple will make their home temporarily with the parents of the groom at 221 Kenwood Ave. PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM TO HEAR MR. BAXLEY Spurgeon Baxley, owner of a lo cal advertising agency, will • be guest speaker Thursday at the YW CA Public Affairs Forum, the third of a series of lectures on youth problems. Mr. Baxley will speak on the subject. “Youth and Social Ac tivities,” following the luncheon, which is also a feature of the for um. Reservations for the luncheon meeting may be made by calling the YWCA office sometime before Tuesday evening. The forum and luncheon is open to the public. /■ IWJ ! _ ^1 ^ it's vac hum-packed * FLAVOR is the reason wore people have been using Chase & Sanborn Coffee in the past year than ever before I How—-to heighten your pleasure in this fine coffee. Chase & Sanborn cones to you vacuum-packed. This means more flavor in every cup. Enjoy the most delicious coffee you ever tasted! Ask your tpocer for Chose & Sanborn—in your favorite grind—today. CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE Thalians Open One-Nighter, TneMan Who CameTo Dinner" Opening for one night and star- c ring 35 local actors of the Thalian s Association, “The Man Who Came 1 To Dinner,” written several years ago by Moss Hart and George S. f Kaufman is rumored to be one oi s the most highly entertaining com- t edies ever to be produced by the , t local dramatists. I “The Man Who Came To Din- f uer,” a burlesque originally of the late Alexander Wollcott, was pro- \ duced on the New York Stage in \ 1939, at which time Monty Wooley r became nationally famous as the play’s star i Tonight’s play has been directed c by J. Paddison Pretlow and Rob- * ert Redmayne assisted by Tom 1 Gause. The technical staff is un- < der the direction of Hester T. c Donnelly, who is assisted by the 1 following: Everett Huggins, 1 lights; Mrs. Lelia Corbin and Mrs. Evelyn Macdonald, costumes; ( Mrs. Hooper Johnson, Mrs. An- ( drew Harriss, Jr., and Mrs. Ho- 1 ward Ganstier, properties; Eliza- ( beth Hardwicke, make-up; and 1 Mr. L. W. Preston, publicity. The sets were designed by the i Thalian workshop. 1 The plot deals with what hap- < pens in the well regulated Stanley household when the famous author and lecturer Sheridan Whiteside PERSONALS Dr. and Mrs. R. H. King have returned from Pinehurst where they spent the weekend at the Manor Hotel as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Powell of St. Paul, Minnesota. Friends of Mrs. David E. Knight' will regret to learn that she is a patient -at the James Walker Me morial hospital. Friends of G. F. Seitter will re gret to know that he is confined to his home on account of illness. Gene Montgomery, student at the University of North Carolina, is spending the spring holidays with his mother, Mrs. Carolyn It. Montgomery, 608 Orange street. Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Baume left Sunday for Dublin, Ga., where they will attend the funeral of Mr. Baume’s sister, Mrs. Dena B. Dreyer. Mrs. J. A. Owen is confined to her home. 410 North Third street, because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Birming ham of Wilmington spent the week end in Charlotte where they were guests at the Birmingham-Tarte wedding Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mae Nobles, who has been visiting her daughter-in-law in Chadbourn for the past two weeks, has returned to her home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hoggard of Marblehead, Mass., arrived Sun day to spend the week with Mr. Hoggard's parents. Dr. and Mrs. John T. Hoggard. Miss Frances Warren returned to her home in Trenton Sunday after visiting her sister and broth er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Marshall. ame to dinner, broke his leg, and tayed for six weeks in the Stan sy home. Playwrights, Kaufman and lart, have combined their most ophistocated wit to make the ga thering of the great man’s eccen ric friends in the typical bour eoise home hilarious in its con cision The classic role of Sheridan Whiteside will be played by Lester V. Preston, long the most active lember of the Thalian group. Other members of the cast will aclude: Mrs. Lewis Ormond, An y Johnson, Mrs. Andrew Hariss, r., Rockwell Poisson, Debby tradley, Milan Wood, Apryl- Joy e Harrell, Cora Preston, Flor nce Knight, Amy Meade Walker, V. L. Humphrey, and Elizabeth Villiams. Tex Watts, E. E. Erb, Walter Hover, Swifth Boatwright, R. C. (Cantwell, III, Mary Vail Cameron, loss Troth, Bob Redmayne, Tom Jause, Jim Putnam, and Everett luggins. “The Man Who Came To Din ler” will open tonight at 8:30 in he New Hanover High School au litori>im. r Acts AT ONCE to ^ Relieve and ‘Loosen* CMUMiM'S SAP COUGHS (CAUSED BY COLDS) pertussin must be good when thou sands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed it tor so many yean. pertussin acts at once not only to re lieve such coughing but also 'loosens phlegm’ and makes it easier to raise. Safe for both old and young. 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Fragrance Cream—at Always use after hands have been in water toilet goods counters or after outdoor exposure. today! 10$, 25$, 50$ nesut?« um i pink NHvni m«p. and $1,00 plus tax, DR. ANDERSON TO ADDRESS PARISH Dr. Irene Anderson, director of the newly - established Child’s Guidance Clinic in Wilmington, will speak to the general public Thursday night at 8 o’clock at the Church of the Good Shepherd. All members of the parish are invited to attend and the church of Good Shepherd, located at Sixth ’r.T.11.' .. and Queen streets, has extended a cordial welcome to the public to attend also. Do FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an unproved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FAS TEETH is alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour. Checks “plate odor” (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store. SPECIAL NOTICE! Mrs. Delma Nelson former owner and operator of Delma's Beauty Salon at this same location, has returned and is now a member of our staff. She invites her friends and patrons to visit her at Grace’s. Mrs. Katherine Plymale. Mrs. Daisy Jackson, owner & operator operator GRACE'S BEAUTY SALON 125 Vz Princess St. Phone 6836 .. Pretty As Spring.... Lovely Gowns In • Lace Trim Satin • Lace Trim Bem berg Sheer Thrill to the beauty of these lovely gowns . . . c o lorful printed Bemberg sheers . . . glowing sat ins in solid pas tels. Each deli cately trimmed in lace in opal, blue, maize and tearose shades. Sizes 34 to 40. $5-95 , 1 $\iol/er 809s-1 In Water-Repellent Bootmaker Cowhide . . . with white saddle stitch ing for dramatic emphasis! Striking, roomy shoulder bags . . . good companions t with everything you own. | Garay does them in polish- i ed, gleaming cowhide that , won’t spot in the rain! Beau tifully lined and fitted . . . some with zip-tops, some with buckle closings, others with inside zipper pockets! Turf, black, red. kelly. I (odk-toUliamA fo.