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Surf Club At Wrightsville !
Opens With Dinner Last Night Seville's swank Surf club W h last night with a formal l>ptttta narty followed by a dance ^fiieral get-to-gether for rnern and their guests. b«r6 0f the largest crowds of the °ne history attended, and were dinner in the spacious J*rved r00m and on the piazzas. dinin“lub decorated for the grand w* . 0 displayed arrangements “fLlorful gladioli and other ?wilmingtonians and members of mniner resort seen at the '•y included oat ties of the fol cIub Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Pa, Dr and Mrs. James H. S G. MacMillan, Mr. and -mlU ^ q French, Mr. and Mrs. !!rtrnvc Bellamy. Mr. and Mrs. Le°r B. Ruff'", Mr. and Mrs. !,r|and Palmer. Betty Blue Davis, Mr. and ” S L. Marbury, Jr. and Mrs. r Watts Farthing. Mr. and Mrs. £ Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. fv. A Hall, Mr. and Mrs. c Hutaff, Mr. and M r s. L,r,c h, Wright, Jr., Mr. and ? G E. Kidder, Kenneth i,' and Mr. and Mrs. John A, . Anthony Beatty of New Vori City. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. ir,:n2er Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lius. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Clark V.mes, and Robert R. Bellamy. ur and Mrs. Alex Sprunt, Mr. ■ nd Mrs- w- Cantwell. Mr. and BENTLEY WHITE u 46 •f it'i a terrific twoaome with wonderful "little-gir!" lace trim. Incidentally, it'i a ••"tfey .. i" white washable cotton gabardine. She, ns. $12.98 jMrs. J. Irving Corbett, Mr. andl *ars. A. B. Cheatham, Mr. and Mrs. J. Laurence Sprunt, Mr. and I Airs. Lester W. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. L. Paul Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. William Barfield, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Matthes, C. H. Kocnce Air. and Mrs. C. B. Parmele. Mr. and Mrs. W C Park,' Mr and Airs. W. H. King, Dr. and Mrs. John T. Hoggard, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Boyden Sparkes, Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Taylor, Jr., Mr. and : Mrs. Thomas Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bellamy, i Mr. and Mrs. Horace Emerson Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Page, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Clark, Air. and Airs. Harry Paterson, Mr. and Airs Lawrence Lee, Mr. and Airs. Lewis F. Ormond. Air. and Airs. C. Heide Trask, Mr. and M r s. Franklin Elmore, Col. Lawrence Simpson, Miss Mary Bellamv, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr, Mr. and Mrs! W. H. Henderson. Jr., Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Freeman, and Air. and ! Mrs. W. A. Fonvielle, Jr. Mrs. Head's Pupils Heard In Recital Mrs. Lila Williams Head pre sented the following piano students in a recital Thursday afternoon at Si. James Parish house: Merry Echoes, Barbara Jean Lewis, (Adler). T h e Watchman’s Song. Marian Spencer, (Grieg). Fairy Dance, Robbie Jean 1 Williams, (Eidt). Five Little Chickadees. Joan Rivenbark, (Eragdon). The Joyous Peasant, Louise Cash, (Schumann). Leap Frog, Beverly Summer, (Stairs). One Lovely Day in May, Bunny Gornto, (Miles). Country Gardens. Patricia Wood, (Morris). Wake Up. Joyce La tinier, (Richter). The Wood ' Nympth’s Harp, Feriba Berry, (Rea), Minuet in “G” Joan McKenzie. (Beethoven). A Woodland Story, Jean O'Neal, (Lindfors). Petite Valse, Mary F i r, b e r g, (Vandevere). Scotch Poem, Kathryn Page, (MacDowell). At Evening, lobitha Davidson, (Wright). Old English Dan re, Jean Brinson Crawford, (Smith). Curious Story, Shirley Leitch, (Heller). Edelweiss Glide Waltz, Celeste LeGwin, (Vandeveek). Tulip, Mary Ann G 1 c d, (Lichner). Rustic Chapel, Frances Seitter, (Rolfe). Trumpeter’s Serenade. Lucy Groot, (Spindler). Argonaise. Thera Strawn, (Mass enet ). Menuet A L’antizue. Emerson Head, (Paderewski). Country Dance, Clara Mie Haithcock. (Eggeling). Prelude in C Minor, Op. 2rf. No. 20. Lorraine D'Lugin. (Chopin). Hungary (Rapsodie Mignonne), Margie Schalie. (Koelling). * * * Ryan- Owensby ; Vows Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Oivensby an nounce the marriage of their daughter, Eleanor Ann. to Patrick Francis Ryan of Seagate May 30. in Conway, S. C. The couple are making their home, at the home of the bride’s parents. Court 7 V. Lake Forest. • .AND CAPTIVATING.. Just i for fun, choose this JUNIOR HOUSE creation of hand I screened print In Lucenia Steintex of fine sanforized cotton broadcloth. This two - piecer comes in black *nd fuchsia, black and Hrne, black and pea cock with black .. , Sizes 9 to 15 .. ' $14.98 MRS. LAWRENCE JOHN OHLEYER—Who be fore her marriage in the Congregational Christian church in Burlington on Tuesday T.-as Miss Lula Ann Kernodle, daughter of Mrs. George Albert Kernodle and the late Mr. Kernodle of Burlington. Miss Mary Ruth Porier Is Bride Of Julius Eujean Saint-Amand A wedding lovely in its simplici- - ty was solemnized Saturday, May 1 31. when Miss Mary Ruth Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Porter of Currie, and Carolina Beach, became the bride of Julius Eujean Saint-Amand, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saint-Amand, of Wilmington. The wedding took place at the Carolina Beach Baptist church with the Rev. Ben B. Ussery of ficiating. The church was beauti fully decorated with white spring flowers. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Ben B. Ussery. church pi anist played “A Song of India” by Rimsky - Korsakaw, “Salute de’Amour” by Elgar, “Verceuse” from “Jocelyn,” by Godard, and “Elegie” by Massenet. Miss Helen Johnson, of Carolina Beach sang “Indian Love Call” and “Be cause.” During the ceremony. Mrs. Ussery played Schubert’s Serenade softly, using the tra ditional wedding march from “Midsummer Nights Dream” by Wagner. The couple entered the church unattended. The bride was lovely in her dress of sky blue faille crepe, with matching hat adorned Intermediate Day Held At Seagate The following intermediate members of the Seagate Baptist church participated as officers of the Sunday school, recently when the church held an intermediate day: Supt. of Sunday school. Bunkv Powlas; Supt. of adults. Billy Weathersbee; pianist. Elizabeth Hinneth announcement. Peggy Meadows; secretary, Evelyn Farless. Teachers of the various classes included: Autry Larkins, Elsie Peterson; cradle role, beginners; Ellen Piner and Peggy Larson; primary department. Bobby J. Webb and Rachel Trailuick: junior department, Walter Hunt, Jr.. Gene Brown. Jane Sneeden, Juliet Tartt, and Lois Goodrum. In'er mediates, department supt., Effie Sneeden; teachers. Lonnie Gaddy, Gene Russ. Ann Smith, Norma Seyers, and Audry Wafers. The young married men’s class was taught by John Milliken and the young married women’s class by Margaret Cathy. V. D. Lock amy taught the adult class. Preaching during the morning was Pat Murphy. Wilmington as sociation Royal Ambassador advi sor of Wallace, and singing was performed by Dixie B o '.v e r y. Rachel Trailwich, Barbara Hines, Bobby Jo Webb, Barbara Dehart, and Evelyn Farless. Ushers were Bill Brown and Charles Tartt. Following an afternoon program presented at the county home, night services were held with the Rev. J. E. Allard speaking from the pulpit. Lettie Lee Wallace and Nims Bowen sang accompanied by pianist, Barbara Hines. Jere Vee Brown presented special music, and J- B. Wallace and Herman Summerlin acted as ushers. Grace V/SCS Meets At Methodist Center On Beach The Woman’s Society cf Chris tian Service of Grace Methodist church will meet at the Methodist Youth Center, Harbor Island, Wednesday for business and luncheon. All members of the church wish ing to attend are asked to be at Grace church by 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Circles 5 and 6 will be in charge o# the luncheon. It has been asked that all mem bers saving scr:p paper for the rebuilding fund, continue to do so. A committee will collect :he scrap paper in the near future. I with blue faille flowers. Her only ornament was a string of pearls, and a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Saint-Amand is a graduate of Long Creek Grady High school, Rocky Point, and Motte’s Business school, and for the past three years has been associated with the firm of F. E. Livingston and Co., in Wilmington. Mr. Saint-Amand is a graduate of New Hanover High school, and since his release from the Army, has been employ ed in the Engineerihg department of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail road. Among those who have enter tained for the bride since the an nouncement of her engagement are; Miss Helen Johnson, Caro lina Beach Baptist Young Peoples class, and Mrs. Whitley Williams of Currie. The bride and bridegroom will make their new home in Wilming ton at 5 North 9th street. A Mary Muff ct original There’s silhouette news in all views of this delectable chambray with its sweet n low neckline pointing shyly to the daintily billowing tiers of the skirt... enhancing the trimness of yout figure with its eye-catching fullness. Exclusively ours, naturally. mum mug 22 N. Front St. Three Lumberion Graduates Marr} » LUMBERTON June 7. _ T h < marriages of three members o the 1947 graduating class of Lum berton high school, which tool place during the school year, wer< announced at the close of school The three brides were graduates Miss Bonnie Lee York, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. York, wa1 married to Bobby Vernon Lamb son of the late Mrs. Edna Lamb on March 25 in Diliori, S. C. The wedding of Miss Vera Mat Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Collins, to Ferrell Sealey son of Xv4r. and Mrs. D. D. Sealej of Fairmont, Route 2, took plac< on December 30, 1946 in Dillon S. C. Mrs. Ethel Rustin of Columbus Ga.. and Lumberton announces tin marriage of her daughter, S a r : Mimie, to D. L. Kelly, Jr., son o the la'f Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kellj of Bladenboro, on November 9 1946 in Dillon. Miss Gilley, j J. D. Hobbs, Jr., Marry In Church -' The wedding of Miss Virginia Catherine Gilley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Gilley of Leaks ville, and Joseph Dewey Hobbs, ' Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hobbs of Wilmington, took place at the First Baptist church in Leaksville on Saturday afternoon. June 7, at 4:30 o’clock. The bride was atterded by Mrs. Robert N. Neilson, id Lenoir, as matron-of-honor, and Miss Shirley Gilley, sister of -he bride, Miss Jane Hobbs, cousrn ot tne bride- j groom were bridesmaids while Connie Gilley, niece ot the bride was flower girl. The four attend ants wore lovely afternorn dresses of white net with net bats and j carried nosegays of red> car nations. Mr. Hobbs had as his besi man hi? father and his ushers were John Hobbs and Gene Hobbs, bro thers. Robert L. Gilley, brotner of the bride, and Bill Lashley, a cousin of the bride. Miss Gilley wore a gown of white satin fashioned with sweet heart neckline and long hull skirt that extended into a train. The sleeves were long and er,dpd in call? Illy points over the hands. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was caught.with clusters of orange blossoms. She carried a white prayer book topped with a purple orchid. Following the wedding a recep tion was given in the church rec reation rooms and was sttended by the families and out of town guests. Following the reception the couple left for a wedding trip Mrs. Hobbs wore for travel a silk 11 print dress, white accessories and an orchid. The bride is a graduate of Mars Hill college and Wake Fores; col lege where she was on the student j council, president of the women's student government ana electee; ir. ' Who's Who in American colleges, and Universities. She nar. been a j member of the Franklin C' ount y high school faculty. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service ,; WMS General Meet Postponed To June 16 The general meeting of the women's missionary society of Temple Baptist church has been postponed until June 16 at 4 o'clock. Miss Elizabeth Hall missionary* is expected to be on the program. 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