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: Reveals Plans : For Nuptials • plans have been completed for [the marriage of Miss Ruth Mid dleton, daughter of Mr. and Mis. -Janies G- Middleton of Wilmmg Tpn ana John E. Clayton, son of Mrd J. E. Clayton of this city. The wedding will be solemnized Saturday afternoon, September 13. at 5:30 o'clock in the First Bap tist church with the Rev. Charles a Mndary officiating. Henri Emurian will play the or- . ga,[ music, and John McDougall will sing. Miss Middleton will be given in marriage bv her father. Matron of-honor will be Mrs. . James G. Middleton, Jr., and bridesmaids dill be Misses Dorothy Romeo, El len Hashagen. Eulalie Spence, and Nancy Cheek. Mr. Clayton will have as his best man. his brother, Ben. R. Clayton, and ushers will be James G. Middleton, Jr.. Allen Spivey, Dalton Higgins, a nd Lawrence Bowden. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception will be held at the North Carolina Sorosis club. 116 North Third street. The following invitations have been issued here: Mr. and Mrs. James Gillespie Middleton request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter. Vir-ginia Ruth to Mr. John -Edward Clayton on Saturday, September the . • thirteenth - at five thirty o'clock First Baptist church Wilmington. N. C. * * * Miss Shooter Complimeias Miss Katherine Shooter enter -tained Miss Genie Shepard with a charming buffet supper Saturday .evening at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Houston. 53 North "Lumina, Wrightsville Beach. Miss Shepard will become the bride of Captain Ralph June of 'Camp Lejeune, September 13. ;* The table was decorated with a lovely centerpiece of white carna -tions and fern. Miss Shepard was ‘'presented with a corsage of white .; carnations and china in her chosen ••■pattern. Thirty friends of the eou3 . pie were present. * * * • Jean And Dean Sidbury . Celebrate Birthdays Mrs. E. N. Sidbury entertained "in honor of her daughter and son. ..Jean and Dean at a birthday party ■•on Thursday evening from 8 un '■'til 11 o'clock i A birthday cake topped with 16 -candles centered the dining table. •¥a!l candles matching those on the ’ .Cake were used on the table. The color scheme of yellow, white and green was carried out in the decora tions and flowers. Refreshments were served by the hostess. _The guest of honor were pre -ented with many gifts. •• Arcvn 1 2.1 young people called ^during • - evening. _Beautify £l|St without massage? Amazing new Nanette Hormone Cream contains recognized scien tlflc estrogens (female sex hor mones) which may be needed if your Bust is under-normal, fiat, due to lack of supply of sufficient estrogenic sub \stances. Nanette Hormone Cream j vanishes, requires no tiresome r MASSAGE. No matter vhat you have tried now try Nan ette Hormone Cream on guarar tee of complete satisfaction o" money back. 30-day jar $2.00* Plu, tax. No .Mall Order* Accepted! A. B. BLAME ALL TYPES OF LIGHTING FIXTURES A COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 123 Market Street_Dial 5189 See It Now! ##* ■%* m •folly Automatic Washer r. mt/,W&mT£R"/tCT/O/V COME Mff <3EE /! DEMONSTRATION/ Earliest Orders Will Get Earliest Delivery |_ Immediate Delivery I HOF. IE APPLIANCE COMPANY ; 14 No. 2nd St. Dial 2-2344 MR. AND MRS. M. L. CASHWELL, JR.—Whose marriage of July 19 in Norfolk, Va., is announced. Mrs. Cashwell is the former Mary Justice, daughter of Mrs. J. W. Justice and the late Mr. Jus tice "of Wilmington. Mr. Cashwell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cashwell. also of Wilmington. DAB. District Meets Open Sept. 23; Many Planned In The State This Fall By MRS. J. A. YARBROUGH Miss Gertrude Carraway, State Regent of the N. C. DAR an nounces the schedule of district meetings beginning Tuesday, Sep tember 23, when District No. 4 will meet at Rockingham at 2 p.m. Mrs. R. K. Stewart of High Point is the director; Mrs. J. Roy Davis of Concord, vice - director; Mrs. Olin B. Sikes of Monroe, secre tary - treasurer; Mrs. G. D. B. Reynolds of Albemarle historian. Chapters of Albemarle, Concord, High Point, Monroe, Rockingham, Southern Pines and Wadesbcro are included in the district. Wednesday, September 24, at 2 p. m. District No. 3 will meet in Charlotte. Mrs. R. P. Siler of Gas tonia is the director; Mrs. J. S. Norman, Kings Mountain, vice-di rector; Mrs. J. Preston Robinson of Charlotte, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Emmett H. Stegar, chair man of the Charlotte Central Council, is chairman of hostesses for the meeting. Chapters in this district are those in Charlotte, Gastonia, Kings Mountain, Lin colnton and Shelby. Thursday, September- 25, at 11 a. m. District No. 5 will meet at Salisbury. Mrs. R. L. Wall of Win ston-Salem is director; Mrs. D. L. Donnell, Oak Ridge, vice - direc tor; Mrs. Frank B. Morris of Win ston-Salem, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. Jack Snyder, local regent. Chapters by towns are Burling ton, Grensboro, Kernersville, Leaksville, Mount Airy, Reidsville, Salisbury. Winston-Salem Friday. September 26, 11 a. m. Disrict No. 2 will meet at Lenior Mrs. Lina H. Robinson of Gran ite Falls is director; Mrs S. C. Nowell of Hickory, vice-director Mrs. Hal M. Johnston, Moores ville, secretary - treasurer: Miss Lucy Finley, North Wilkes i boro, historian. Chapters by towns are Crossnore, Elkin, Hickory, Lenoir, Mooresville, North Wilkes boro. Statesvijle. Saturday September 27, 11 a. m. District No. 1 will meet at Old Fort. Mrs. Samuel Bushnell of Waynesville is director; Mrs. Roy H. Cagle, Asheville, vice-director; Mrs. Jas. R. Boyd, Waynesville, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. R. N. Barber, Waynesville, historian. Chapters by towns are Asheville, Brevard. Hendersonville, Marion, Old Fort, Waynesville. Tuesday, Se-ptember 30, 2 p. m. District No. 6 will meet at Hen derson. Mrs. A. W. Hoffman of Raleigh is director; Mrs. J. M. Williams, Chapel Hill, vice-direc tor; Mrs. O. M. McKaughan, Wake Forest, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Jasper B. Hicks, local re gent. Chapters by towns are Cha pel Hill, Durham, Henderson, Louisburg, Oxford, Raleigh, Wake Forest, Warrenton. Wednesday, October 1 .11 a. m District No. 8 will meet at Wilson Mrs. Frank Benton, Wilson is di rector; Mrs. Clarence W. Wern er, Wilson, secretary - treasurer Dr. Esther Long, Wilson historian. Miss Clyde Dean is lo cal regent. Chapters by towns are Elizabeth City, Farmville, Golds boro, Halifax, Mount Olive, Rocky Mount, Snow Hill, Tarboro, Wash ington. Wilson. Friday, October 3, 11 a. m., Dis trict No. 7 will meet at White ville. Mrs. Earl Westbrook, Dunn, is director; Mrs. W. M. Boice, Whiteville. vice - director: Mrs. Faison Hicks, Dunn, secretary treasurer; Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Garland, historian. Mrs. C. Bion Sears is local regent. Chapters by towns are Dunn, Elizabethtown, Fayetteville, Jacksonville, Kin ston, Lumberton, New Bern, Red Springs, Whiteville, Wilmington. * * * Miss Croom Announces Wedding Plans Miss Jane Elizabeth Croom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Croom, has completed plans for her marriage to Francis Chester Hennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Hennis, of St. Louis, Mo. The wedding will be solmenized Saturday evening at 4:30 o’clock in St. Mary’s Catholic church. The Rev. Michael O'Keefe, will offi ciate. Miss Croom will be given in marriage by her father. She will have as her only attendant, Miss Shelia Mae Costin. Mr. Hennis will have as his best man, John Shannon, and ushers will be Dalzelle R. Croom, cousin of the bride-elect, and Donald E. Reavis. A program of nuptial music will be played prior to the ceremony by Mrs. Rose Picot, organist, Miss Elizabeth Bate, vocalist, will sing. No invitations will be issued, but friends of the couple are in vited to attend. SOCIAL ’CALENDAR MONDAY 3:30 p. m.—The executive board of the Woman’s auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet in the church. .3:30 p. m.—The Fifth Avenue Methodist Woman’s Society of Christian Service will meet in the church. Circle No. 2 will meet at 3 o’clock in the church. 8:00 p. m.—Members of the James Manley post, Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary, will meet in the Tide Water hall. 8:00 p. m.—The executive board of the Woman’s auxiliary of Immanual Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Wade H. Allison, 1115 S. Fifth street. TUESDAY 7:30 p. m.—Carter circle of Gib son Avenue Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Ashly Brown, 40 Spofford. 8:00 p. m.—Circle No. 2 of Pear sall Memorial church will meet with Mrs. F. B. Gur ganous. Mrs. W. J. Collier is chairman. WEDNESDAY 11:00 a. m.-l p. m.—The Woman’s Society of Christian Service of Grace Methodist church will meet at the church. No luncheon will be held. 3:30 p. m.—Circle No. 1 of Pear sall Memorial church will meet with Mrs. Oscar Pear sall. Mrs. G. W. Martin is chairman of the group. THURSDAY 8:15 p. m.—The Golden Rod chapter, 142, Order of East ern Star, will meet in the Masonic temple. FRIDAY 6:00 p. m. — The Wilmington Business and Professional Women’s club will meet in the Friendly cafeteria din ing room for supper and I business. PERSONALS Mies Barbara Canady and moth er, Mrs. W. H. Canady, have re turned to the city from New York city, after visiting relatives and friends there. * * • Miss Madeline Weaver has re turned to her home here after spending three weeks visiting friends and relatives in Washing ton, D. C. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Weaver have returned to their home in the city after spending ten days in Atlanta and New Orleans. * * * Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, Jr., left last week-end for Greenville, S. C., where they will make their home. Dr. Davis is connected with the Greenville General hospital, and Mrs. Davis is teaching in the Greenville Junior high school. Miss Jane Dalziel Hobbs will re turn to Wake Forest college to day, where she will resume her studies as a junior. The Rev. and Mr. Andrew J. Howell have returned to their home on Market street after visit ing with their son and daughter in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Clewell Howell in Baltimore, Md. • * * Ernest B. Hunter, Jr., of Char lotte is visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mason, 708 Orange street. * * * Frank P. Meier is a patient in the James Walker Memorial hos pital. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Krahnke leave today via National Air lines for their home in New Orleans, after spending the summer in their coltage. the Southern Belle, at Carolina Beach. * * * Friends of Mrs. Maie Howard will regret to learn that she has resigned her position in the City Tax office where she has been secretary for seven years. She has been a patient at Duke hospital, and is now making her home with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Goswick, 2421 Guess Road, Durham. • * • Dr. and Mr. R. B. Newell and son of Buffalo, are expected to arrive in the city today. They will join Mrs. Newell’s father, W. P. Connor of Valdosta, Ga., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Con nor, Sunset avenue. The Newell’s will spend their vacation at Wrightsville Beach. • * * Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Horton of 10 1-2 S. Seventh street have moved to Wilmington Beach and expect to make it their perma nent home. * • • Miss Elsie Burke leaves today for Winnipeg, Canada, where she will attend the national convention of the association of Rebekah as semblies. Miss Burke expect to be gone for three week. ♦ • • Mr. and Mrs L. W. W. Horton and children, Barbara Anne and Billy of Durham, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Horton. • • * Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Goswick, C. B. Jr., Alex, and Mrs. Maie How ard spent the past three weeks at their cottage at Wilmington Beach. * * * Midshipman Wade H. Harris, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., has arrived to spend his month’s leave with his aunt, Mrs. Arthur VanBuren at her home on N. Thirteenth street. I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Pittman of Durham spent Labor day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Horton. * * * Mrs. J. J. Warters and Miss Thelma Warters left Friday for a vacation of ten days in Washing ton and New York. * * * Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith ac companied by Mrs. R. D. Smith are spending their vacation in Washington and New York. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood, Jr., who have been spending their va cation at Carolina Beach with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smith have r turned to their home in Boston. * * * Out-of-town relatives have re turned to their homes after com ing to Wilmington to attend the funeral of Lloyd Crocker, who died suddenly Tuesday night. Those here for the services were: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Crock er and sons, Bernard, Jr., and William Crocker of Raleigh; Mrs. G. Fenton Crocker and nephew, Reid Harris of Seaboard, with Mr. Crocker’s nephews. Dean Stanley Crocker and George W. Harris of Seaboard; Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Gasque and Mrs. Edna Gasque Jolly e of Marion, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Hobbs and son, Taylor Hobbs, and Mrs. George T. Nim ocks of Goldsboro; Mr. and Mr. Harvey C. Twining and son, Jack Twining, of Danville, Va. * • • Charlie Reid of Charlotte is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mason at their home on Orange street. * * * Mrs. Mary Alys Voorhees is a patient in James Walker Me morial hospital, where she is un dergoing treatment for several days. Trinity Women Slate September Circle Meetings The women of Trinity Methodist church will hold their September circle meetings as follows: 1 — at 3:30 p. m. with Mrs. N. H. Larkins, Jr. 16 South Ninth street, Mrs. S. F. Highsmith, joint hostess. 2. at 3:30 p. m. with Mr. N. E. Davis, 1705 Ann street. 3. at 3:30 p. m. with Mrs. A. L. Freeman at 4 West Oxford street, Wrightsville Beach. 4. — At 3:30 p. m. with Mrs. R. M. Roberts, 121 South 15th street. 5. — At 8:15 p. m. at the church with Mrs. W. J. Ulmer, hostess. 6. — At 8 p. m. at the church with Mrs. D. R. Robinson, Jr., hostess. 7. At 8 p. m. with Miss Elizabeth Clarke at 15 North 15th treet. * * * Margaret L. Casteen E. H. Williamson, Jr., Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Casten an nounce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Lee, to Elmer Harris Williamson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williamson of Greenville. S. C. The wedding will take place within the near future. * • * Wool jersey can be used to make attractive drapes. FARMERS you can't afford to let your barns, corn cribs, hen houses go without paint too long. Paint starved surfaces; nail-hole# un protected; cracks exposed to weather, are easy prey to rot and decay. Avoid expensive repair bills . . . 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Eigh teenth street. * * * Wesley Memorial Schedule Meets Circles of the Women’s Society of Christian Service of Wesley Memorial church will meet as fol lows: Circle no. 1, Mrs. George Bir mingham, leader, with Mrs. J. H. Hammond, Wednesday at 3 p. m. Circle no. 2, Mrs. M. B. Gage, leader, with Mrs. W. F. King, Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. Circle 3, Mrs. G. D. Cashwell, leader, with Mrs. A. Wrench, Tuesday at 8 p. m. * * * BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abrams announce the birth of a daughter, Jill Ellen, August 14 at Marion Sprunt annex. OR MONEY BACKI with CANDY TABLETS Take off those fatty bulges. Have a slim, styl, ish figure by following the Styl plan. NO DRUG NO LAXATIVE NO EXERCISE Sm Candy Tablets will help you to reduce ... take off ugly fat. Simply follow the directions. Styl is the new Vitamin and Mineral Candy Tablet. 33 day supply, $2,25. SAUNDERS DRUG STORE 108 N. 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