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today 10:00 a. m.-The Wrightsboro Home Demonstration dub will hold the meeting at the dubhouss. Members are to bring a pot lunch. 10:30 a. m. - The Girl Scout Lead ers will meet at the Commu nity Center. 11:00 a. m.—Weekly bridge luncheon of the Cape Fear Country club. - g;oo p. m. - The Chestnut ’ Street P.-T. A. will hold the regular meeting in the school auditorium. The Rev. L. A. Taylor will speak before the group. Reports will be given by the committee chairman and officers. 8:00 p. m.—Weekly duplicate I bridge tournament at Cape Fear Country club. 8:00 p. m.—Wilmington Bird club will meet at the YWCA. John Funderburg will be the speaker and show his collec tion of game birds. 8:00 p. m.—The Winter Park Service club will hold the regular meeting in the school auditorium. All members and friends are invited. 8:00 p. m. — The Wilmington Drove 39, BPO Does will hold a special called meeting in the Elks club, 400 South Front street. Only officers are to attend the meeting. 8:00 p. m. — T he Women of the Moose will hold their regular meeting in the Moose Hall 416 North Front street. Mem bers are asked to bring two NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL PRIMARY AND MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR THE CITY OF WILMINGTON ... eiven that the Citv Council of the City of Wil Notice is her y S Elections, at a ioint meeting hold in mington a”d t?.® ““L*50*1 fh„ 17th dav of March. 1947, called and the City Of Wilmington on the 17th « m uon&ay, April 21. 1947. fCityhCo°uncieiS & SME as authorized bv iaw. Notice is further given that the Regul^ar Municipal Election for the purpose of electing a governing body <md City Council, as aforesaid, will be held on Tuesday. May 6. 1947. The wards, precincts, and polling places are and will be the same as designated and used by the County Board of Elections. All !“So„, previously lawfully registered upon the present general elec tion books for Wilmington Township and who have not changed their Places of residence are eligible to vote in the Primary and Regular Municipal Elections without further registration. Any person having S frnm one ward or precinct to another and having resided in another*ward°or precinct for a period of four (4) months will b* re ared to register in the ward or precinct to which such person has m^vld and such person is required to first secure a removal certi ficate from the registrar of the old ward or precinct to the registrar of the new ward or precinrt. Residence in the State of North Carolina for one (1) year and in a ward or precinct for four (41 months is required to qualify a person for registration. The official registration hooks will be opened at nine o’clock, A. M on Saturday, March 29. 1947. and closed at sunset on Saturday. April 12 1947: the registrars will he at their several respective poll ing places on Saturday. March 29. 1947. Saturday. April 5. 1947. and Saturday, April 12. 1947. from nine o’clock, A. M.. to sunset. Saturday. April 19. 1947. will be challenge day. and the registrars will be Present at their respective polling places to hear any chal lenges then made, from nine o’clock. A. M. to three o’clock. P. M. By order of the Board of Elections of the City of Wilmington. H. E. Carney, Chairman of the Board of Elections of the City of Wilmington By order of fh* City Council Of the City of Wilmington. Mary B. Southerland, City Clerk <* colored shower towels to be sent to Moosehaven and Moose heart. 8:30 p. m.—The Colonial Vil lage Mothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. H. Erwin, 124 Colonial Village. 3:00 p. m — The regular meet ing of the Leland P.-T. A. will be held. Mrs. J. T. Withrow will be the speaker and use as her subject The Corner stone of Health. Rev. Wood row Robbins will lead the devotional. 8:30 p. m. — The Myrtle Grove Home Demonstration club will sponsor the weekly square dance at the old schoolhouse. The public is invited to be present. WEDNESDAY 2:30 p. m. — The Bradley’s Greek Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. W. J. Horne. The topic of the meeting will be “Understand ing the Needs of Our Chil dren." Members are asked to be present. 3:30 p. m. — Hie Monthly meet ing of the Cape Fear chapter United Daughters of the Con federacy will be held in the ladies parlor of the First Pres byterian church THURSDAY 11:00 a. m. — The Board of Di rectors of the YWCA will meet in the YWCA building. 2:30 p. m.—The East Wilming ton Home Demonstration club will meet at the community center. 4:00 p. m.— North Carolina Sorosis Garden club meeting. 7-9 p. m.—Supper at Cape Fear Country club. Reserva tions necessary. 8:00 p. m. — Hie Past Pocahont as League will meet with Mrs. Myrtle Reeves, 2111 Princess street road. The election of of ficers will take place at this time and a full attendance is desired FRIDAY 1:00 p. m. — The Lake Forest school will hold the pie-school clinic at the school. All par ents with children entering school for the first time in the fall are urged to have their children present. 3:30 p. m. — The Crepe Myrtle Garden club will meet with Mrs. W. C. Mebane, Jr., in Winter Park. 7:00 p. m. — The Young Adult class of the Immanuel Presby terian church will hold a sup per meeting at Trails End. Members are asked to call Mrs. Jack Hart, 2-1071 and Mrs. Howard Littleton, 2-1109, if they wish to make reserva tions. All reservations must be made by Wednesday. 8:00 p. m. — The Women of the Moose will sponsor a party in the Moose Hall, 416 North Front street. Chairmen of the affair are Miss Helen Sam mons. Mrs. Audrey Mintz, and Mrs. Alice Smith. Miss Trask Completes Plans For Her Wedding This Saturday The wedding of Miss Emma Trask, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Trask, and William Thom as Miars. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Miars of Wilming ton, will take place on Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o’clock in toe First Baptist church. Fifth and Market streets. Dr. Charles Mad dry, pastor of the church, will per form the ceremony. BIRTHS LYNN SCOTT SMALL Lt. and Mrs. William David Small, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Lynn Scott Small, March II, at the Marion Sprunt Annex. Mrs. Small is the former Doris Canady of this city. EDITH LUESE BENTON Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Benton of 103% South Front street announce the birth of a daughter, Edith Luese, March 7, at the Marion Sprunt Annex. In Guanajuato, Mexico, bodies of the dead whose relatives have failed to pay the rental fees for their graves are placed in long catacombs beneath the burial grounds. 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Sidbury; and her bridesmaids will be Miss Nancy Trask, Miss Nell Trask and Miss Annie Leitch Trask. Mr. Miars will have as his best man, Alex Trask, brother of the bride, while his groomsmen will include Dan Thomason. Tommy Hines, Allen Trask and Harold Trask. Carole Bordeaux Entertains Class Miss Carole Bordeaux of Nes - bitt Courts recently entertained the Sunshine Class of Southside Baptist church at its monthly meeting. The meeting was opened by the roll call and reading of the mi nutes by Carolyn Payne. After the i uusmess meeting ^ Piayed with awards *0u*« **. Sandlm and Carmen Ban'" V Those attending ^ men Batts, Bessie Aver'* c»r. Baysden, Carole Borde-1' ^J4i. Sandlin, Jessie Smith UXC S Payne and Betty Willis.' 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