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Circles Will Meet The circles of Fifth Avenue Methodist church will meet this week as follows: 1 - Mrs. C. J. Keen, 1718 Orange street, Monday 3:30 P- m. 1 - Mrs. R. L. Rankin 10 16 Market street, Monday 3:30 p. m. 3 - Mrs. Z. V. Hodges, 109 South 15th street, Tuesday 8 p. m. 4 - Mrs C. E. Bender, 501 Grace street, Tuesday 3:30 p. m. 5 - Mrs. R. J. Ennis, 1005 Chest nut street, Tuesday 8 p. m. 6 - Mrs. H. R. Davs, 115 Wood lawn avenue, Monday 8 p. m. 7 - Mrs. C. W. Myers, Pmey Woods, Tuesday 8 p. m. * * * Immanuel Church Circles To MeetJ The circles of Immanuel Pres byterian church will meet as fol lows: No. 1—Miss Mildred Horne, chairman, with Mrs. C. W. Wilson. 2512 Princess street road, Tuesday, J p. m. „ No. 2 — Mrs. Annie Cumber, chairman, with Mrs. Manley M. Taylor, 406 Central boulevard, Tuesday, 3 p.m. No. 3—Mrs. Alan Smith, chair man. with Mrs. W. A. Marine, 411 South 17th street, Monday, 8 p.m. No. 4—Mrs. Malcolm Hall, chair man, with Mrs. How7ard Jackson. 1113 South Third street, Tuesday, 8 p.m. No. 5—Mrs. How'ard Littleton, chairman, with Mrs. James Holton 307 Greenfield street. Monday, 7:30 p.m. Biloxi was the site of the first -olony in Mississippi. _j fixpedinqafidy? Mother’s Friend massaging prepa ration helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. MOTHER’S FRIEND, EH exquisitely prepared emollient, Is useful In all conditions where a bland, mild anodyne massage medium in skin lubrication Is desired. One condition in which women for more than 70 years have used it is &n application for massaging the body during pregnancy... it helps keep the skin soft and pliable... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to dryness and tightness. It refreshes and tones the akin. An ideal massage application for the numb, tingling or burning sensations oi the skin... for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to > use. Highlj praised by users, many doctors anc nurses. Millions of bottles sold. Just as! any druggist for Mother’s Friend—th< skin emollient and lubricant. Do try it ..IIJHWIIW '■ . .— SORORITY PLEDGES—Shown above are the new pledges to Alpha Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi who were initiated at the meeting held this week in observance of the 16th birthday of the organization. They are left to right: Apryle Harrell, Lois Mintz Gwe Kennedy Elizabeth Chenier, Jean Walton, Marie Costin, Theresa Anderson, Agnes Blanchard, Daisy Stackhouse, Linda Rogers and Betty Dixon._____„___-___—— CHADBOURN CHADBOURN, May 3—Leo Der rick and Richard McCleney spent Monday in Wake Forest. Mrs. J. H. Land was a visitor to Wilmington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brown visited Mrs. Brown’s mother, Mrs. W. H. Pierce, in Charlotte the past week. T. O. Wilkinson and Bill Coats of South Boston, Va., were recent visitors in town. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williamson spent several d3ys the past week in Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William son of Cerro Gorda we-e visitors in town Friday. Paul Mashburn, student at State college. was the wees-end guest ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mashburn. Mrs. J. F. Blake re'umeu this week from Duke hospital, where she has been receiving treatment. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Pc icock are visiting relatives in Chaunce.v, Ga. Mrs. Joe Carr of Columbia, S. C.. is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carr. Miss Joanne Baldwin spent the week-end in Asheville visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Martin of Wilmington, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Martin of Mullins, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Carter. Mrs. Wiley Porter of Nashville, Tenn., left this w^eek for her home after' a visit to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Wooten. Mrs. J. C. Lewis has returned from Dayton, Ohio where sne vis ited her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Bill Hanning. She also visited her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Blake at Lansdowne. Pa., on the trip. Miss Christine Williamson of Meredith college, spent the week end at her home here. She had as her guests Misses Nell Dean Owen of Asheville and Frances Meadows of Kernersville. also stu dents at MerediUi. ~ Ti| You Can Change Your Figure - And Disposition - the easy GYROLATION way! • NO DIETS 9 No Exercise 9 NO BATHS 9 NO DRUGS Give yourself a break and learn how easily you can gel new vim, vigor and vitality - - - plus a better figure — the easy GYROLATION way! We inviie you to come in for information and a demonstration. Open Evenings Tor Business & Professional Women DeLANEYS NORMALIZING LOUNGE r -—Dial 2-2215 4ih Floor, Trust Bldg. Front And Market Watch those Marks! It’s not only Johnny who has to watch marks! Take a look at your clothes! Are they soiled and wilted? We’ll give all your wash ables the finest care. Sunshine Laundry LAUNDERERS — DRY CLEANERS - RUG CLEANERS Dial 2-3386 _ ■—— Slate Women's Clubs Held First Convention Here In Summer Of 1907 _ „___I Annual Session Will Again Be Held Here The Latter Part Of May Forty years ago the North Caro lina Federation of Women's clubs, scheduled to convene at the Ocean Terrace hotel, Wrigntsville Eeach May 21-23, was entertained in Wilmington for the first time. Miss Margaret Gibson anc. Mrs. j. T. Alderman, Henderson, were the local and state presidents when convention dates were April 23-25, 1907. Mrs. R. W. Hicks, mother of Mrs. E. B. Josey and Glasgow Hicks present member and asso ciate member, was Sorosis presi dent when Mrs. C. C. Hook of Charlotte was state executive and Wilmington's convention dates were June 7-10, 1921. Mrs. W. A. Fonvielle, was Soio sis president and convention chairman, assisted by Mrs. J. C. Williams for the third annual meeting here. April 27-29, 1938. Mrs. H. G. Etheridge of Asneville, was the presiding officer. Mrs. A. R. Willis is now presi dent of Sorosis. Mrs. Karl Bishop ric of Spray is North Carolina Federation president. Senior Sorosis committees for the convention this year are: Gen eral chairman. Mrs. J. C. Wil liams, assistant general chairman. Mrs. W. Elliott O’Neal: bulletin board. Mrs. C. S. Lowrimore; con ference rooms. Mrs. W. A. Fon vielle: decorations, Mrs. N. D. Ed wards: credentials, Mrs. J. S. Zap!: convention hall. Mrs. Rus sell WTood: cutodian of awards, Mrs. F. A. Matthes, Jr.: dinner* and banquets Mrs. H. T. New land: exhibits; Mrs. J. K. Ward: first aid, Mrs. Kenneth Marshall: information desk. Mrs. Bereniece Stellings; music, Mrs. Q. B. Snipes: processional Mrs. Rar.sey Weathersbee: publicity Mr-. W. A Fonvielle; radio, Mrs. L. L. Motte; scrapbook, Mrs. H. T. Fisher; social courtesy, Mrs. Paul Burton; souvenirs, Mrs. H. S. Mc Girt; special guests. Mrs. A. B. Cheatham: timekeeper. Mrs. A. B. Love: transportation. Mrs. J. H. Fussell; envelopes, Mrs. W. M. Dickson: program exchange, Mrs. II. L. McKibbin; pictures, Miss Virginia Ward. ♦ * * Awards To Be Made In Flower Show To Wild Flower Exhibits Due to the unusual interest in the wild flower exhibit of the flow er show and the amount of effort being put into some of the special exhibits of wild flowers, although this section was announced as non competitive, the judging chairmen have consented to request the flower show j dges to award spe cial ribbon or ribbons for wild flower exhibits. This will not cover specimen of wild flowers but exhibits made up of wild flower materials. Hou’ever specimens of beautiful wild flow ers are earnestly requested for the show. • * * Missionary Circles Of Sunset Church Will Meet Monday The Sunset Park Baptist Mis sionary circles will meet Monday at 8 p. m. as follows: Katie Murray circle with Mrs. A. C. Jackson, 8 North Van Buran street. Pearl Johnson circle with Mrs. Linwood Hardy, 16 South Adams Street. Elizabeth Hale circle at the church. Bonnie J. Rae circle with Mrs. J. A. Pierce, 15 South Washington street. All members of these circles are urged to be present at this meet ing. * * * BIRTHDAY PARTY Eddie Mclnnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mclnnis, 214 Virginia avenue, Riverside, celebrated his seventh birthday on Thursday aft ernoon at his home with a birth day party given by his mother. During the afternoon games and contests were played and prizes were won by Jimmy McFarlane, Colon Johnson and Harford Nobles. Ice Cream and cake with candy were served after the games. Guests included: Wilhelmina Carroll, Rachel Humphrey, Nancy Humphrey, Peggy McFarlane, Su san Sleshinger, Linda Merritt, Mary Ann Smith, Brenda Nobles, Buzz Hornaday, Edward Kilman, Ronald Upchurch, Craig O’Neal, Earl Carrol], Colon Johnson. Jim my McFarlane, George Swishart, Jimmy Swishart, Frankie Israel, Johnny Whysike, Bryan Conant. Edward Straughn, Harford Nobles, and Ray Mclnnis. New York City, in a six-week campaign a g a i nst ragweed, sprayed 3,000 acres with 850.000 gallons of a killer solution, with a fotal cost of $33,000. PERSONALS Mrs. H. E. Longley and Mrs. P. B. Harrah left Friday for Wsynesboro, Va., where they went to attend the May Day event at Fairfax Halt on Saturday where Miss DeLean Longley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Longley was crown ed May Queen. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller and Miss Betty Miller will return to day after spending the week-end in Savannah. Ga.. where they went to take Mrs. Miller's father home, P. W. Stewart, who had been their guest here for a week. Capt. David S. Orrell who is a patient at James Walker Memori al hospital, is slowly improving from an illness. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Savage and son. George. Jr., are spend ing their vacation with Mrs. Sav age's brother and sister-in-law, M". and Mrs. Dosher Ruark. Jr., in Birmingham, Ala. # * * Miss Betty Rabon. who recently underwent an appendectomy at Bulluck clinic, returned to her home yesterday. * * • Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coe of Ram sey. N. J.. arrived Saturday to visit with her aunt. Mrs. C. B. Bcllois at her home here. * * + Dan Page, 110 Bryan avenue, Longwood. is a patient at James Walker Memorial hospital where he is undergoing treatment. * * * Mrs. Jay Shepherd and daugh ter, Anne, of Newton, are visiting Mrs. Shepherd’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richter. * * * G. J. Walsak, 1725 Orange street, who has been a patient at Bulluck clinic, is reported as im proved. * * * Miss Nancy Powell left Friday for Greenville to visit her sister Dorthy Powell, a student at Eest Carolina Teachers college. She was accompanied by Miss Doro thy Shearin. while there tney at tended the May Day activities. * * * Jeff Corbin. Jr., of Florence. S. C., is spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Corbin at their home in Lake For est. * * * Mrs. Minnie Opie of Danville. Va., w’ill arrive Monday to spend seme time with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Corbin at their home in Lake For est. Many trees bear male and fe male flowers. Chestnut Street P r e - School Clinic Slated For May 12 The Chestnut school will hold the pre-school clinic Monday, May 12, at 1:30 o’clock in the school auditorium. Dr. Guy Pig ford will be present for the dental examinations and Dr. Paul Stuck will be in charge of the medical examinations. Movies will be shown and re freshments served. All parents with children entering school foi the first time in the fall are urged to register them with the principal at this time. * + * Legion Auxil i a r y Will Meet Tuesday Plans for the Poppy day pro g:a:n which will be held the Iasi day of May. will be discussed al the monthly meeting of the Amer ican Legion auxiliary Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The auxiliary award will be made to the outstanding partici Dorothy Forbes ToPreside At Junior Meetings Convention Chairmen For An nual State Convention Are Announced Miss Dorothy Forbes, of this city, sate junior president of the North Carolina Federation of Women’s clubs, will preside at the junior sessions of the state con vention which will start with a luncheon on Junior day, May 22. Mrs. Robert W. Fennell, is pres ident of North Carolina Junior So rosis, and Mrs. W. Elliott O Neal is assistant general chairman for the convention of May 21-23 at Wrightsville beach. Mrs. Bradley J. Wootten was the first president of Junior Soro sis and received recognition when the state convention met in Wil mington in 1938 as leader of the most recently organized club in the state. Junior committees ior me tun vention include: Bulletin board, Mr- W. E. Stanley; conference rooms, Mrs. W. A. Corbett: deco rations. Mrs. John Porter; creden tials. Mrs. Hubert Newland: con vention hall, Mrs. Sidney V. Al len; custodian of awards, Mrs. F. A. Matthes. Jr.; dinners and ban quets, Mrs.' James B. Lounsbury exhibits, Mrs. James Sloan; -irst aid Mrs. Cecil Sandifer; informa tion desk, Mrs. J. Fred Rippj'. Jr.; music. Miss Sara Bradshaw; processional, Mrs. Robert O. Way: publicity. Mrs. L. Franklyn Jones: radio, Mrs. Davis Polvogt, scrapbook. Miss Anne Woodbury: social courtesy.- Mrs. Sglvia Hall Karris: souvenirs. Miss Daisy Lee Woodbury; special guests, Mrs. Bradley J. Wootten; timekeeper, Miss Marjorie Voss; transporta tion. Mrs. G. M. Speaker; enve lopes, Miss Shirley Newland: pro gram exchange. Mrs. Cecil Sandi fer; idea box, Mrs. T. R. Ames. pant in the musical audition held April 24 at the New Hanover High school. All members and eligible mem bers of the auxiliary are urged to attend. The executive board will meet at 7:30 p.m. _ -: I - . . . . • a a SPECIAL SALE OF CURTAINS This is your op portunity to get fine curtains at half price and less. Come early as the quantity is limited. TAILORED and COTTAGE SETS | Values to $5.95 L *2-50 r Pr. Special "IT ALWAYS PAYS TO SEE A DECORATOR” 302 N. Front St. Phone 5980 l STRIKING NEW 1947 PATTERNS IN Designed for the smartest walls, the new 1947 patterns are rich with color, exciting to see! Each one is a decorating inspiration . . . each one Color-Locked — guaranteed washable and light-resistant for lasting ^beauty. See them in our showroom today! With Imperial, you can be sure of fair prices. In whatever price range you choose Imperial papers, you can be sure of fair prices . . . established by die manufacturer and plainly shown in sample books. Gregg Bros. 110 Market Street Dial 9655 -• 'W.'flswn Mrs. Madel Spooner, (left) of the 5th Avenue Beauty Salon Wil mington, is shown receiving a certificate from Vincent. fanJ. New York Hair Stylist, unon completion of a special cnurs(!. hair styling which she received from him while attending International Beauty Show in New York in April. In addh‘,! to the hair styling course. Mrs. Spooner also received specku advanced instructions in hair shaping. The mod-1 (centm shows' the type of work studied by Mrs. Spoonei in her 3ty|j„j course. I Few of us give our mothers the affection and gratitude to which they are entitled. One day in the yea •, how ever, why not buy her a gift that she’ll treasure all through the years. One that will be useful as well a? ' decorative. Choose from our large selection the kind of gift that you think your Mother will be pleased with. COMFORTABLE CHAIRS Just think of the pleasure Mother will get from one of these comfortable attractive chairs. Come in this week and see our large selection. MAGAZINE RACKS A variety of styles to choose from. Adds much to the ap pearance of your home. ★ USE OUR BUDGET PLAN ★ LOVELY MIRRORS Mirrors to brighten the home in a wide variety of lovely styles. Brighten up that spare bit of wall with one of our mirrors. / HANDY TABLES Mother would W predate a l°'p-' table. VV e have tables of every kind and style and we in vite you to come i" and select one for Mother. SCATTER RUGS True examples of the fine art of rug weaving. Rich colors of these handsome rugs will do much toward brightening vour home.