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KAV GOOCMAN, Social Editor _PHONE 2-3311 Mrs Marshburn Entertains For Recent Bride Mrs. Carl Marshburn, Jr., en tertained Mrs. Earl Marshburn, ihe former, Miss Barbara Batchelor, at a party and miscellaneous shower at her home on Friday evening. The home was decorated through out using the color scheme of yel low and white. On entering the Honoree was presented a corsage by the host ess On a table in the living room was a yellow and white miniature umbrella opened with streamers end a card on each streamer di recting the bride where to find each gift. Mrs. Marshburn receiv ed many beautiful and useful gifts. in the dining room the table was covered with a beautiful lace cloth end centered with a white wedding cake topped with a dainty minia ture bride and groom. After the bride cut the cake a delicious ice course was served. Those present were: Mrs. Earl Marshburn, honoree; Mrs. W. B. Walton, Mrs. E. C. Marshburn, Mrs. A. L. Jones, Mrs. J. W. Sand lin. Mrs. A. E. Penny, Mrs.' G. T. Hutchinson, Mrs. Mac McCall, Mrs H. N. Neal, Mrs. Chester Moore. Mrs. Robert Risley, Mrs. Pearl Daniels, Mrs. T. A. Riven bark. Mrs. V. C. McIntyre, Mrs. Fred Griffith, Mrs.. E. S. Murphy, Mrs. J. T. Rich, Jr., Mrs. D. R. Tripp, Mrs. F. R. Mallard, Mrs. T. V. Strong, Mrs. Burke Rheder, Mrs. Carl Marshburn,. Sr., Mrs. John Rehder, Miss Shelia Costin, and Miss Ann Marshburn. Ellen Barton Mr Apperson Plan To Wed The wedding of Miss Ellen Ann Barton, daughter of Mrs. Marion Allen Barton of New Bern, to Blair Apperson, son of Mrs. Elder B. Apperson of Richmond, Va., will »e solemnized Thursday afternoon ril 3, at 4 o’clock in the first Baptist church in Richmond, Va. Miss Barton formerly lived with i»r grandparents, Mrs. Fulton T. A.len and the late Mr. Allen in Wilmington. Before graduating trom the New Bern High school, ihe attended New Hanover high school. She at present holds a po sition with the Virginia State Revenue department in Richmond. Miss Barton is also a niece of Mrs. Lloyd C. Allen and the late Mr. Allen of this city. LOOK OUT FOR PIN-WORMS Recent medical report* reveal that an ; amazing number of children (and grown |ups too) may be victims of Pin-Worms— ®often without suspecting what is wrong I SAnd these pests, living inside the human hody, can ear.se real distress. So watch out for the warning signs that may mean Pin-Worms—especially the aggravating rectal itch. Get JAYNE'S P-W and follow the directions. F-W is the Pin-Worm treatment devel oped in the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne A Son, after year* of patient research. The small, easy-to-take P-W tablets act in a Special way to remove Pin-Worma. Aik your druggist; F-W ior Pin-Worms I MRS. ROBERT BRUCE WHITE, JR„ OF DURHAM—Is the former Miss Jane Osgood Williams, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Sprunt Williams of Wilmington. Mrs, White was mar ried in the Duke Chapel, March 29. Mr. White is the son of Mrs. Robert Bruce White and the late Professor White of Wake Forest'. Dates To Remember TODAY 8:00 p. m.—The American Legion auxiliary will meet at the Le gion home where the topic of child welfare will be discuss ed. An executive board meet ing will be held at 7:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m.—The Goldenrod chap ter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet at the Masonic tem ple for the purpose of install ing officers. 8:30 p. m.—The Colonial Mothers club will meet with Mrs. H. C. Hammonds, 164 Colonial Village. WEDNESDAY 3:30 p. m.—The monthly meeting of the Board of Managers of the North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames of America will be held at the House of Colonial Dames. 3:30 p. m.—The Woman’s Mis sionary society of St. Mat thews Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. E. A. Shands, Audubon boulevard. Mrs. Ern est Wilson will lead the devo tional. 7.45 p. m.—The three circles of the Woman’s Auxiliary oi Pearsall Memorial Presbyte rian church will meet at the church for a short business meeting. 8:00 p. m.—Miss Maude Weber will speak before members of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the Pearsall Memorial church un der the sponsorship of Circle No. 3. Her subject will be on the introduction to the gospel of Matthew. THURSDAY 3:30 p. m.—The Ladies Auxiliary of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will meet in the Junior Order hall, 19 1-2 North Second street. 3:30 p. m.—North Carolina Sorosis will hold its monthly business meeting in the Sorosis club rooms. An executive board meeting will be held at 3 p. m. 4:00 p. m.—The Dorcas Society of St. Paul’s Lutheran church will meet in the parish house of the church. 8:00 p. m.—The Katie Murray circle of Temple Baptist church will meet with Mrs. E. L. Mathews, 1817 Woolcott avenue. FRIDAY 6:00 p. m.—The Business and Pro fessional Women’s club will meet at the Friendly cafeteria dining room. Richard S. Rog ers will be guest speaker. Easter Week Services At Bethany Church A series of pre-Easter services will be held at Bethany Presby terian church on the Castle Hayne road, beginning on Wednesday night, and continuing through Fri day night. The Rev. L. A. Taylor, execu tive secretary of Home Missions for Wilmington Presbytery, will conduct the services, which will begin each night at 8 o’clock. The public is cordially invited to worship with the congregation. The island of Sicily was once called the ‘granary of Europe.” Regardless Of Who Boos Your EASTER CLEANING ... For Better Results ; r CALL THEM EARLY ! ★ ★ ★ For... f \ BEST RESULTS _ C A LE-~ Modern Laundry & JSEKL, CASH & CARRY t 118 S. 17th St. ,a (You will wUh to .workmanship m both wr.*...... Wrightsboro Operetta Has Large Cast “The Magic Beanstalk” an oper etta in three acts wais presented by the Wrightsboro School Friday evening at 8 o’clock. The setting was an Old English Village Green with a Fair in prog ress, causing much activity throughout the play. The characters were as follows: Jack, a brave sailor, but unwise bargainer—H. F. Sherman. Capt. Kidd, a ferocious pirate, feared by all — Ronnie Sherman. Jack’s mother — Jewell Blanton. John, the Cow, good tap dancer, but poor mathematician, Shirley Newton and Hilda Merritt. Announcer, Heralds the World's Best Attractions—Dick Oosterwyk. Gipsy Ann, fortune teller of re nown — Lynn Corbett. Foolemesai, the magician — Har old Moore. Gian! greedy cannibalistic orge —Harold Stalllings Women — Joanno Corbett, Reba Smith, Celia Manitsas, Elaine Wil kins, Edna Yopp and Carol Foun tain. Men —Thomas Swart, Lawrence Glisson, James Whitfield. Magic Beans — Christine Tucker. Jane Johnson, Bland Edwards, Sylvia Fountain, Martha Burton. Dutch Windmills — Paul Swart, Roger Seitter, Mary Bradshaw, Ronald Savage, Shelby Justice. Skaters — Fred Spencer, Mary Ann Oosterwyk, Carol Buck, Joe Newton. Vendors — Arthur Jordan, El bert Lennon, Tommie Swaart. Sunbonnet Dancers — Sylvia Fountain, Martba Burton, Alicia Swart. Pirates — Edgar Merritt,' Pete McKenzie, Joe Swart, Andy Var go, Paul Burton, Jack Savage, Le Roy Lanier, Clifton Fc^. Chorus: Tommy Kern, Jerry Overcasb. Emma Jane Godwin, Cornelia Lar kins, Elyce Broak, Sara Carter, Joanne Mercer, Alice Murray, Faye Moore, Shirley Justice, Hazel Swart, Adelaide Johnson, Lila, Eward, Shirley Ritter, Betty Brown, Louise Raynor, Bernice Jordan, Pat Swart, Marie Swan-t Geraldine Knowles, Lucy Groot, Tysula Theodore, Roma McDougal, Dorris Harrell, Carl Henry and Rodney Dane. Henrietta, the hen that laid the golden e*ggs, Juliana, the tapping cow and Blunderbuss, the orge were outstanding in their role of merriment. Norma Smithson and David Seit ter directed an 8th grade group in making the stage scenery, while Rose Jane Merritt and Helen Swart led a group in making and decor ating the properties for the stage. PERSONALS The monthly analysis of activi ties at the Wilmington North Caro lina State Employment Service offices is expected to be ready for release today, it was announced, yesterday. Miss Louise Harwick and Mrs. W. V. Best, case workers with the New Hanover county welfare de partment, left for Raleigh yester day to attend a two-day orientation course in Social Welfare. Robert G. Hodgkin, Jr., Atlantic Coast Line photographer is attend ing the convention of the North Carolina Press Photographers As sociation in Winscon-Salem this week, it was announced yesterday. Mrs. T. B. Sikes and small son, Horace Michael, returned Friday from Miami, Fla., where they have been vacationing for several weeks.. Miss Lizzie Padrick, 109 North Ninth St., is a patient at the James Walker Memerial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Battle have returned to their home in Nichols, S. C., after spending the weekend as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mills Hunter at their home in Brookwood. Mrs. Fulton T. Allen, who recent ly returned from New Bern, is now making her home with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lloyd C. Allen at 105 North Fifteenth St. Friends of Mrs. Dorothy Darden Hewlett, will regret to learn that she is a patient in the James Walk er Memorial hospital. It is estimated that more than a half million people in Europe were put to death as witches be tween the 15th end 18th centuries. MRS. CLARENCE A. GANEY, who prior to her marriage in March was Miss Sara K. Roberson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Roberson of Raleigh. The wedding toe» place at the home of the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ganey in Wilmington. The couple are now making their kome Club- Lists Winners In BridgeTourney Winners of the duplicate contract bridge tourney held Friday night at the Cape Fear Country club w°re as follows: North—South, first: Mrs. A. R Willis and Mrs. Bereneice Stellings. Second: Mrs. Harry Stovall and Col. Beverly C. Snow. East—West, first Mrs. Charles Becker and Mrs. B. C. Snow. Sec ond Mrs. E. C. Hines and Mrs. Lewis Orrell. Others playing bridge in the Fri day night tournament wnich took the place of the Tuesday night tournament during Holy Week in cluded: ' Mrs. Oliver Hutaff. Mrs Emsley Laney, Mrs. W. W. Storm, Mrs. J. DalzieJ Sprunt, Mrs. R. B. Hare Jr., Mrs. P. R. Smith, Charles Blake, E. C. Hines, and Mrs. Mary Nixon Hardwicke. Miss Elizabeth Hardwicke, Mrs. Bonner Thomason, Mrs. Charles Lowrimore, Mrs. A. B. Cheatham Miss Mary Ann Cheatham, Miss Daisy Lee Woodbury, Miss Jane LeGrand, Mrs. J. S. Zapf, Mrs. O. Lang Hogan, and Mrs. L. Paul Campbell and guest, Mrs. M. L. Wright of Greenville. Mrs. Frank Ross, Mrs. Bruce Poisson, Mrs. Norwood Orrell, Mrs. W. E. Curtis, Mrs. E. W. Wal WOMEN'S CLUBS MEET IN BURGAW The Burgaw Book club met on Thursday night, with Mrs. J. T. Betts as hostess. After the busi nees meeting, the program leader, Mrs. Betts, presented Mrs. Ed ward Farrior, who gave a most in teresting sketch on “New Orleans." At the conclusion of tne program, Mrs. Milton Humphrey sang “Old Man River ’ by Jerome Kern, ac companied by Miss Margaret Betts The hostess served Rusian tea and cookies to the guest present. bach, Miss Martha Stack, Ashley Curtis, Miss Jennie Murchison, Mrs. Louis Hanson, and Mrs. Katherine Hodder. Some of the ancients though lightning was the sparks set ol when clouds bumped into eac: ether. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Servici Just Arrived! COLUMBUS GAS S1OC.00 RANGES l£j ANCHOR Hardware Co. Corner Front and Dock Sts. ome Saster “Ghubbette" Chubby Dresses They’re trim as a pin, the lovely Chubby Dresses for Spring and Easter. See these colorful cottons and cotton cha'mbrays’ in check, stripe, floral patterns and solid col ors. Sizes 7V2 to 141/2. $5-95 Up FOR thi Easter Parade You're mighty pretty, link lady! And so is your NANNETTE Toddler Frock, with its smocked bodice, its jaunty pocket. Link sister is adorable too, in her NANNETTE Babe Frock, with the exquisite embroidery and dainty lace touches. Both of won derful WHITMAN fabrics. Just two in our inspired Eastertide collection of unmatched quality,* workmanship and he., ■'am_ "First Choice with the Smart Babe Set” [ ****!Vl' *“ NANNFm 1 Brf* Frock, ^ ®*“ 4,2,1 $u» 6. 9, 12 mo* CHILDRENS DRESSES The ultimate in elegance for little sister in the Easter Parade are the lovely dresses of cotton, hanky linen, dotted swiss and rayon in beautiful whites and pastel colors. See our selection in sizes 3 to 14. Sizes 3 to 6x Sizes 7 io 14 $3-95 Dp $4.95 Dp ■■■ 1 ALL WHITE DRESSES Dainty, fragile, all white dresses for sister on Easter Sunday . . . for Con firmation ... for every Sunday. She’ll look radiantly lovely. Come see our new collection in organdy, marqui sette, dotted swiss and taffeta and <£ A 95 Ud lace combination in sizes 3 to 14. ‘ = BLOUSES Dainty white blouses . . . sheers and broadcloths. Lovely all white, some em broidered and some with colored braid trim. Sizes 3 to 14. $1-98 Up SKIRTS For the little miss who is gaily dressed it’s lovely all wool skirts in solids, stripes and checks. All in new spring pastel colors. $3-95 Up BOYS SPORT COATS Belk’s sport coats hit the jackpot every time for smooth looks, long wear and spell perfection in any young man’s language. See our selection of all wool sport coats in solids, plaids and herringbones. ' You’ll find them in tan, blue and browns. Sizes 4 io 12 $5.95 io $9.95 Sizes 8 io 16 $11-95 io $19-95 SLACKS Smart solid color slacks to mix and match with your sport coat, in gab ardine and sharkskin. We have tans, browns and blues in sizes 12 to 20. $3.95 io $9-95 KNICKER > SUITS A great spring get-up for the growing boy. Knicker suits in checks, herringbones and plaids. Sizes 6 to 12. $10-95 To $18-00 CADET SUITS Come s.ee our selection of all wool cadet suits in plaid and neat pat terns and get that boy all set for the Easter parade. Sizes 10 to 18 in blue and tan. $22-95 u STOCKY SUITS He’ll look trim this Spring and Easter in a stocky suit, made especially for the husky boy. See our selection in herringbone, plaids and solid colors in sizes 10 to 20. $17.95 lo $24-95 Cfidk-UriUiamb (k.