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MARRIED IN ROCKY POINT—Mrs. Elmer Ray James, the
former Virginia Clements whose wedding took place Saturday eve
.1, August 30 at 8 o’clock in the Rocky Point Presbyterian church.
The'bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clements of Hart
gelle, Alabama. ■_•_
Carrie Maie Wade Of Charlotfe
Weds James L. Roberts, Tabor City
____
gride Is Granddaughter Of
jlrs. Carrie Maie Landis
Of Wrightsville
CHARLOTTE, Sept. 7 — The
wedding of Miss Carrie Maie
(fade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Wade of Charlotte and Chap
,1 Hill, to James Leggette Rob
rr'v son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
K.'b. Roberts of Tabor City, was
loiemnized in a beautiful cere
Pmc- ;:i St. Peter’s Episcopal
(hutch Vre Friday evening at 8
('clock with Rev. George Henry,
pastor of Christ Episcopal church
Officiating.
The church was decorated with
(etn and white flowers and tapers
batted in branched candelabra.
Organ mus:c was softly played
throughout the ceremony.
The bride entered the church on
fie oral of her father who gave
let nvny. She was lovely in n
jphilo ; in gown with long sleeves
(hit r i wrist to elbow, bus
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tie effect in back, and a marqui
sette yoke outlined in seed pearls
and rhinestones. The veil of illu
sion was gathered to a mantilla
effect headdress made of lacs
from her maternal grandmother’s
wedding veil. Orange blossoms
were entwined in the lace. She
carried a bouquet of white or
chids.
Miss Gwen Hughes of Tabor
City, cousin of the bridegroom,
was id-of-houor, and Mrs. Gir
sen Bryant of Charlotte was ma
tron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were
Misses Kathryn Lane of Dothan,
Ala.; Norma Anderson, Charlotte;
Eetty Dixon, Winston-Salem; Pol
ly Parker, Charlotte; Sarah Wood,
Winston-Salem; and Virginia
Anne Landis, Charlotte, cousin of
the bride. Little Miss Suzanne
Landis of Charlotte, also a cousin
was flower girl.
All the attendants wore Ameri
can beauty taffeta gowns and car
ried bouquets of white roses ex
cept the flower girl who wore
white taffeta.
The bridegroom had as his best
man Tom Humphrey of Wilming
ton. Groomsmen were Jess Rob
erts, Jr., Bennettsville. S. C.; Don
Hughes and Phil Hughes, Tabor
City, all cousins of the bride
groom; Jake Wade, Jr., and Ham
Wade of Charlotte, brothers of the
bride, and Henry Barnes, Atlan
ta, Ga.
The bride’s mother wore an old
gold crepe gown with an orchid
corsage.
Mrs, Roberts was graduated
from the Central high school,
Charlotte, and St. Mary’s in Ra
leigh, and will receive her degree
from the University of North Car
olina at Chapel Hill this fall. She
is a member of the Chi Omega
sorority at Carolina.
The bridegroom attended The
Citadel at Charleston before be
coming a pilot in the Army Air
Corps during the war. He is now
a pre-medical student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina where
he is a member of the Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity.
Following the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Wade entertained at a re
ception at the Charlotte Country
club. The couple left shortly after
wards on a wedding trip after
which they will be at heme i»
Chapel Hill where both will con
tinue their studies in the univer
sity. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dixon of
Winston-Salem entertained in hon
or of the bridal party at a wed
ding breakfast at the Charlotte
Country Club Friday at 1 o’clock.
Following the wedding rehearsal
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Oli
ver Dockery Landis, uncle and
aunt of the bride, were hosts at
a cake cutting Thursday night at
their home on Queens Roed.
A number of out-of-town guests
attended the wedding.
The bride is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Carrie Maie Landis of
Wrightsville Beach and Charlotte
and has visited at Wrightsville
Beach on numerous occasions.
Two-Day Council
Meet Scheduled
For This Week
(Continued' From Page One)
York, who remains a constultant
for the vast program which she
helped to plan and directed for
three years. Miss Scurlock will
speak on Wednesday afternoon
during the Youth Conservation
session from 2 to 4:30, presided
over by Mrs. J. Henry Highsmiih
of Raleigh, chairman of the State
Federation’s program of Youth
Conservation.
James Street, popular author
and speaker. Chapel Hill, will be
guest speaker at a 7 o’clock din
ner at the Raleigh Woman’s club
Wednesday evening, with the club
providing a program of music.
Miss Lelia Kanavarioti, noted
newspaper woman of Athens,
Greece, will be the speaker at a
luncheon on Thursday at 1 o’clock,
at the Woman’s club, arranged
jointly by the International Rela
tione departments of the Federa
tion and the Raleigh club, Mrs.
Gordon Maddrey of Ahoskie, and
Mrs. Charlotte Hilton Green of Ra
leigh, respective chairmen. Miss
Kanavarioti comes through the
courtesy of the Near East Relief,
Inc., and is highly recommended
as a fine speaker and one well in
formed on the Greek situation,
particularly with reference to the
condition of children. The Ra
leigh Junior Woman’s club will
present some of the city’e best
musical talent during the
luncheon.
Tickets for the dinner and the
luncheon will be on sale during
the registration hour, 8:30 to 9:30
Wednesday morning.
There will be a series of pre
Council meetings on the afternoon
and evening of the 9th, at the
Carolina hotel, beginning with that
of the finance committee at 4
o'clock in the prtesident’s suite,
followed by a meeting of the board
of trustees at 5 o’clock. At 6:30
o’clock there will be an informal
“Dutch dinner” at the hotel for
all who have arrived for the pre
Council meetings and who have
made reservations with Federa
tion headquarters by the morning
of the 9th.
Members of the council who will
attend the meeting and present
brief reports and plans for the
year’s work, many of them having
been appointed by Mrs. Gupton
during the summer, will be: Of
ficers in addition to Mesdames
Gupton and Anderson, Edwin P.
Brown of Murfreesboro, second
vice-president; Miss Bror.a Nifong
of Winston-Salem, third vice-presi
dent and director of Junior Sec
tion; Mesdame R. R. Cusick, Ra
leigh, recording secretary; A. R.
Willis, Wilmington, corresponding
secretary; T. Fred Henry, Salis
bury, treasurer.
Dr. Adelaide L. Fries, Mes
dames J. M. Hobgood, Farmville;
P. R. Rankin, Mount Gilead; R.
H. Latham, Asheville; E. M.
Land, Statesville, members of the
board of trustees.
Department chairmen, Mrs. Ed
ward Bower, Hendersonville,
American Citizenship; Mesdames
Preston Thomas and J. Ed Ka
nipe, both of Asheville, division
chairmen. American Homes, Mrs.
Arthur W. Greene, Ahoskie, and
division chairmen Mesdames Edd
F. Gardner, North Wilkesboro,
George W. Mitchell, Asheville,
Estelle T. Smith, Raleigh. Art,
Mrs. Mary Duffy Ward, New
Bern, and division chairmen Mies
Mary Kay Williams, Greensboro,
and Mrs. B. C. Hall, Winston-Sa
lem. Education, Mrs. James A.
Odom, Jacksonville; division
chairmen, Mesdames George H.
Currie, CiarKton, Raymond i.
Dent, Spruce Pine, and Miss Clyde
F. Smith, Raleigh. International
Relations, Mrs. Gordon Maddrey,
Ahoskie; division chairmen, Mes
dames Taul B. White, Chapel Hill,
Grady E. Kirkman, Greensboro,
S. B. McPheeters, Goldsboro. Lit
erature, Mrs. J. F. Colwell, Clin
ton. Music, Mrs. Ralph D. Haw
kins, Greensboro. Public Welfare,
Mrs. Harvey Boney, Rose Hill;
division chairmen, Miss Daisy
Young, Raleigh, Msd. Aubrey
Mauney, Kings Mountain, W. T.
Tomlinson, Thomasville, Edwin C.
Blanchard, Rose Hill, and
Dr. Roma S. Cheek, Chapel Hill.
Others, chairman of a standing
or special committee, who will at
tend: Mrs. W. Carson Ryan,
Chapel Hill, Legislation; Mrs.
Rush Hamrick, Jr., Shelby, Press
and Publicity Training; Mrs. Clar
ence W. Beasley, Colerain, chair
man Cornelia Petty Jerman En
dowment Fund; Mrs. E. L. Mc
Kee, chairman committee on re
visions to constitution; Mrs. How
ard G. Etheridge, Resolutions;
Mrs. Karl Bishopric, Spray, Con
servation of Natural Resources;
Mrs. John A. McRae, Charlotte
Motion Pictures; Mrs. W. C.
Pressly, Raleigh, Radio; Mrs. W.
E. White, Colerain, Scrap Book
contests; Mrs. M. O. Board,
Greensboro, Savings Bonds: Mrs.
R. E. Tomlinson, Fayetteville,
Veterans; Mrs. John S. Forrest,
Hendersonville, Custodian of
Awards; Mrs. John D. Robinson,
Wallace, General Federation divi
sion chairman for North America
in the Foreign Clubs committee;
Mrs. George E. Marshall, N. C.
division, American Cancer Socie
ty.
District presidents, Mesaames
T. A. Case, Murphy; M. G.
Pangle, Brevard; Edwin Ramsey,
Statesville; R. S. Ormond, Bes
semer City; K. J. Kindley, Char
lotte; George W. Sheek, Jr., Win
ston-Salem; Curry F. Loflin, Ashe
boro; F. R. Yarborough, Cary; H.
W. Doub, Aberdeen; A. A. Fowler,
Fairmont; N. C. Blake, Burgaw;
H. M. Eure, Morehead City; W.
E. Denning, Benson; J. Roy Over
by, Norlina; W. Jesse Moye,
Farmville; Dennis E. Evans, Man
teo.
• * *
Miss Althea Brown,
Pfc. Keel Married
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Brown
of Seagate, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Althea, to Pfc.
Bobby G. Keel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Keel of Glasden, Ala.
The marriage took place on Au
gust 22 at the home of tne Rev.
E. W. Pate in Wilmington.
UDC Convelnion Is Scheduled
For October 7 At Rocky Mount
Mrs. Albert L. Thompson,
Greensboro, president, North Car
olina division, United Daughters of
the Confederacy has announced
that the fifty-first annual conven
tion will be held October 7, 8, 9,
in Rocky Mount. The New Ricks
hotel will be headquarters, and all
sessions will be held there.
Bethel Heroes chapter, Rocky
Mount, headed by Mrs. L. L.
Murchison, and all chapters v of
District Number 11, directed by
Mrs. Howard Bounds, will be joint
hostesses.
The convention committee,
headed by Mr. T. A. Cooper, is
busily making plans, and a cordial
welcome awaits the representa
tives from the more than one hun
dred chapters in the state.
Outstanding visiting speakers
Thelma Benson,
Ted R. Kalnen
Wed In Church
Miss Thelma Mae Benson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Benson of Wilmington, became the
bride of Theodore Roosevelt Kal
nen of Castle Haynes on August
30, at 4 P. M. at the Southside
Baptist church.
The Rev. Guy C. Moore, paster
of the church officiated during the
double ring ceremony, performed
before a background of palms,
white gladioli and burning tapers
in seven-branched candelabra.
Mrs. Robert Risley, organist,
rendered a program of nuptial
mmusic which included “Intermez
zo”, "Liebestraum”, and the tra
ditional wedding march and reces
sional. Mrs. C. B. Sellers sang
“Because”. While the vows were
spoken Mrs. Risley played “O
Perfect Love.”
The bride who was given in
marriage by her brother John
Benson, wore a white dressmaker
suit of gabardine with the new
long jacket and slim skirt, the
jacket and skirt both having the
modish fullness in the back and
slightly dipping. Her white blouse
had a icwel neckline with lace
insertions and she wore white
accessories. Her corsage was an
exquisite green orchid tied with
pale green satin ribbon.
Miss Peggy Ann Benson, sister
of the bride, was maid-of-honor
and only attendant. She wore a
pastel blue street length crepe
dress with white accessories and
a corsage of yellow asters tied
with yellow satin ribbon.
Mr. Kelnen had as his best man
James G. Deoudes of Washington,
D. C. Ushers were James Benson
and Adrian Benson.
The couple left after the cere
mony for a honeymoon in the
mountain resorts and points north.
Upon their return they plan to
make their home in the city where
Mr. Kalnen is engaged in busi
ness.
Among those who honored the
bride with showers- were Mrs. G.
A. Bowen, Mrs. Adrian C. Benson,
and >rs. James B. Chadwick, the
latter of Newark, New Jersey and
Mrs. John Benson.
* • *
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horton an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Cheryl Gray, On September 2, at
Marion Sprunt annex.
• * *
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will feature the welcome evening,
the patriotic luncheon, the histori
cal evening, and the woman’s con
ference home programs.
The executive board meeting
will be held at 11 a.m. October
7, followed by a luncheon at 1
p.m., a courtesy of the hostesses
chapters. The banquet, honoring
chapter president will be held at
6:30 p. m. Tuesday in the Ricks
banquet hall, followed by welcome
evening.
A Memorial service in charge of
Mrs. J. F. Hayden, High Point
will take on Wednesday, at 2:30
p.m.
Mrs. T. Lamar Caudle, Wades
boro and Washington, reports the
gift? of several sets of the cen
tennial edition of Sidney Lanier’
books. One set by Kay Kyser, to
the Rocky Mount High school; one
set by Mrs. Eugene Little, Wades
boro to the Anson county public
library; two sets by Battle Hardi
son, and Robert Hardison, Wades
boro, to high schools in Anson
county.
Scholarship awards' have been
completed with the awarding of
the Emiline J. Pigott to Miss
Mary Helen Moore, Oakboro, a
sophomore at WCUNC, Greens
boro.
Recently, a number of markers,
engraved many years ago, by the
federal government for 23 Cum
berland county Confederate veter
ans, but never erected were found
in a rubbish pile at the state high
way sign shop in Fayetteville. The
J. E. B. Stuart chapter took
charge of them, and the state
highway department placed them
on the Confederate monument
square in Cross Creek cemetery,
where they can be seen and
claimed by relatives or UDC chap
ters. Already, several have been
claimed, and those interested
should contact Mrs. E. R. Mc
Kethan, 119 N. Cool Spring street,
Fayetteville.
Mrs. Thompson, division presi
dent has been requested by the
War department to appoint a rep
resentative of the organization to
attend the conferences of the
Women’s Interests unit, War de
partment public information di
vision. Miss Margaret Broadfoot,
Fayetteville, was appointed and
has attended the conferences held
at Fort Bragg. Miss Margaret
Bannister, who is chief of the
Women’s Interests unit presided
over the meetings.
Of great interest is the an
nouncement that Mrs. Eugene Lit
tle, ex. treasurer-general, ex. N.
C. division president, president of
the Wadesboro chapter for 27
years, has been endorsed by the
North Carolina executive board
for the high office of honorary
president - general, subject to the
action of the general convention,
meeting in Miami, Florida, in No
vember.
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Miss Schulken
Assumes Duties
At Y This Week
Miss Margaret Schulken will
assume her duties as execut i v e
director of the Young Women’s
Christian association this week,
according to an announcement is
sued from the YWCA, a Red Fea
ther Service of the Community
chest.
Miss Schulken, who majored in
sociology and physical education,
is well-trained for this position.
She attended the Chicago Normal
school of Physical Education, the
University of California, Columbia
University, and did graduate work
at the University of Pittsburg and
the University of North Carolina.
She has been secretary and
physical director in YWCA work
in Georgia, Florida, Louisiana,
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and
New York. For two years she has
acted as executive director in the
YWCA in Newburgh, N. Y.
Miss Schulken was born in
Wilmington and will make her
home with her mother, Mrs Eliza
Schulkes, 222 N. Fourth street.
Mrs. Lucile Smiih
Feies Recent Bride
At Ferrel Home
Mrs. Lucile Smith entertained
recently at a miscellaneous show
er at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Harry Ferrel, honoring Mrs. Rob
ert E. Ferrel who prior to her
marriage on August 29, was Miss
Mae Elizabeth Carter.
The honoree was presented a
corsage of pink carnations and
many lovely gifts.
The lower floor of the home was
decorated with arrangements of
summer flowers, and the dining
room table was covered with a
lace cloth and centered with an
arrangement of white and pink
mixed flowers flanked by silver
candle holders containing burning
white tapers.
Mrs. J. R. Stillman and Mrs.
Jack Stillman served refresh
ments to about 50 guests.
Waiha Resident
Celebrates 74th
, Birthday Sunday
Mrs. J. C. McIntyre, who cele
brated her 74th birthday Sunday
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
E. A. Newton, Watha, was honor
ed by friends and relatives at
tending the Sunday dinner spread
in the yard of the Newton home.
Among those attending were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McIntyre,
Ivanhoe; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mc
Intyre and children of Ivanhoe,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Newton of
Watha, Mr. and Mrs. Cary Mc
ntyre and son of Burgaw, Mr.
and Mrs. B. N. Owens, John
Owens of Castle Haynes, Mrs.
Gertie Lewis of Rocky Point, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Wilson of Rocky
Point, Mrs. Exie Scott of Wilming
ton, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sneeden
of Wilmington.
Mrs. Susan Vernon of Currie.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Vernon of
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