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MIS? ELEANOR MOORE- Whose engagement is announced today b" her oarents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Moore of Watha, to Meredith G. Raynor, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Raynor of Maple Hill. The • ' dding wiil take place in Wilmington on October 25. Elsie G. Tart, George Rawls Wed In Currie CURRIE, Sept. 13.—Miss Elsie dey Tart, daughter of Mrs. Cor nelia Tart and the late Whitfield Tart, of Dunn, became the bride of George William Rawls, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rawls, of Currie in an informal double ring ceremony at the home of the bride on North Wilson avenue, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Forrest D. Hedden, pas tor of the bride, officiating. The home was decorated with white gladioli and summer flow ers. The bride and bridegroom en tered the living room unattend ed. The bride was lovely in a brewn gabardine wool suit. The pencil slim skirt was accented by front and back hem-deep slits. Her’accessories were dark brown and she wore a corsage of yellow roses. Immediately following the ceremony, the bride’s mother en tertained at a reception. The wed ding cake was cut by the bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Howard Johnson and Miss Glynn Tart, sisters of the bride, presided over the punch bowl. After the reception the couple left for a trip to the mountains in western part of the state. Fol lowing the trip the couple will be at home in Currie, where the bridegroom is engaged in busi ness. • * * • Marriage Announced Mrs. Barbara Garvey an nounces the marriage of her granddaughter, Elizabeth Irvine Simmons, to Archie T. Hardi son, Jr., September 6. The marriage was solemnized at 815 South Eighth street; Wil mington. * * * BRTH ANNOUNCED Cpl. and Mrs. James ru. Allen announce the birth of a son, James LaRue Allen, Jr., Sep tember 1 at Marion Sprunt an nex. Mrs. A.llen is the former Edna Lee Bell of ths city. Cpi. Allen is stationed in San An tonio, Texas with the Army Air Corps. Oar Store Will Be CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY On Account OS HOLIDAY i Open As Usual For Business TUESDAY MORNING fMelBox ^m^SIEBSESSIQ^ING. \ 109 N. FRONT STREET Wilmington’s Largest Credit Jewelers SALE ^^■——— 1 RACK of COATS $10.00 1 RACK of DRESSES $7.00 cam EABLT SALE STAITS MONDAY SEPT. 1STH. SOI A M. 171 ac (jbonalclMfic. MARKET AT NINTH Allegood-Graham Wedding Vows Said Yesterday (Continued From Page One) maid-of-honor. They carried bou quets of pale pink asters tied with wide pink satin ribbon and they wore pale pink asters in their hair. The bridegroom chose his father, James L. Allegood, Sr., as h»s best man, and ushers were Joseph Franklin Graham, Jr., brother of the bride. Henry Stegall of Abbeville, Ala., Lloyd J. Vickers of Gadsden, Ala., and Delmer Seitter, Jr. of this city. BRIDE Miss Graham, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white satin, designed with long pointed sleeves, a deep yoke of marquisette, out lined with shadow lace, a bouf fant skirt billowing at either side, and a short train. Her veil of imported French illusion fell from a coronet of orange blos soms, and she carried a bouquet of tuberoses, and jas mine centered with a white or chid. Her only ornament was a string of pearls, a gift of the groom. Mrs. Graham, mother of the bride, wore a fucshia crepe gown with black accessories, and Mrs. Horne mother of the bridegroom wore a wine colored crepe model with black acces sories. Both wore orchids at their shoulders. Immediately following the cer emony, a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents, 208 North Sixteenth street. CAKE CUTTING After the traditional cutting of the cake, the couple left for a wedding trip to the mountains of Virginia. For traveling the bride wore a fawn wool suit with matching accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. Following their honeymoon, the couple will make their heme in Kinston. Mrs. Allegood is a graduate of New Hanover High school and attended Converse college in Spartanburg, S. C. The bride groom attended Georgia Mili ; tary academy and Auburn uni versity, where he was a mem ber of Kappa Sigma social fra ternity. He now travels out of Raleigh for the Sneeden York company. Since the announcement of her engagement, Mrs. Allegood has been entertained by the follow ing friends: Misses Dorothy Ro meo, Betty Jane Trulove, La Verne Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Doxey, Sr., Mrs. J. L. Allegood, Sr., Mrs. B. p. Thom ason, Mrs. Sanford, Doxey, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Davis, Jr., Miss Sal ly Trulove, Miss Miriam Hay den, Miss Mary Lewis, and Miss Julia Spencer. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding included: Mrs. Joe N. Horne, Moultrie, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Stegall, Ab beville, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Loyd J. Vickers, Gadsden, Ala.; Mrs. W. G. Harris and Miss Mitzie Watson, Swanquater; Miss Tes sie Sanders, Moultrie, Ga.; Miss Phyllis Dupille, Hickory; Mrs. I Grace Brown, Raleigh; and Miss Inez Simmons, Richmond, i Va. * • * I Mrs. William A. Dick In the death of Mrs. William A. Dick, Wilmington has lost a figure of dignity and nobility. Coming as a child from well balanced mind and soul. Her charities were wise the North to the South she com bined in the highest degree the fine traits of both sections, and the perfect poise of her person ality could only have been the outward representation of her and numerous, and all of her life she played the part of a good citizen, and exemplified the fine traits and traditions of a generation that is fast passing away. MRS. W. F. H. GOUVERNEUR Soak bacon in cold waiter for a few minutes before frying. It will shrink and curl less. MARRIED FRIDAY IN RICHMOND — The former Miss Margaret Jean Clemmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Clemmons of Wilmington, whose marriage to William Moorman Field of Bedford, Va.-, took plact Friday morning at the chapel of the Union Theological Seminary in Richmond. Miss Margaret Elizabeth Foy And Calvin Everette Lewis Wed • The marriage of Miss Marga ret Elizabeth Foy, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. F. M. Foy of Wilmington, to Calvin Everette Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewis of Rocky Point, was solemnized in an impressive double-ring ceremony at Pears all Memorial Presbyterian church last Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock. The church was beautifully decorated with evergreens and white gladioli, with tapers burn ing in branched candelabra to grace the scene of the vows. Dr. Frederick Lewis per formed the ceremony. Prior to the ceremony, a pro gram of nuptial music was played by Mrs. Rachel Pearsall Turner. The traditional wedding marches were used, and Misses Dorothy Mills, Grade Gur ganeous, Ann Jordan, and Mrs. Ray Bennett Sawyer sang “O Perfect Lo\e.” Soft music was played while the vows were taken. Miss Foy, who entered the church on the arm of her father, wore a white satin gown fash ioned with a high neckline, sheer net yoke, encircled by a low collar giving an off-the shoulder effect, long sleeves ending in points over the hands, fitted bodice, full skirt and graceful court train. Her finger tip veil of illusion was caught to a lace Mary Queen of Scots cap. She wore a single strand of pearls, gift of the bride groom. She carried a bouquet of white carnations centered with an orchid and showered with orange blossoms. Miss Ann Foy was her sis ter’s maid-of-honor. Her gown was lime green taffeta. Misses Peggy Gates and Jane Lewis, bridesmaids, wore yellow. Little Misses Ann James and Janice Hobbs were flower girls, wear ing pink dresses. All attendants wore gowns fashioned in a style similar to that of the bride’s. They wore long white gloves and carried colonial nosegays of mixed pastel flowers. Best man to the bridegroom was Horace Lewis, his brother. Ushers were Billy Lewis, also a brother of the bridegroom, and Leon Clark. Mrs. F. M. Foy, mother of the bride, wore black crepe with a corsage of red roses, while Mrs. E. A. Lewis, the bridegroom’s mother, wore navy blue crepe, with a corsage of pink roses. Following the ceremony a re ception was held at the home of the bride’s aunt, Mrs. H. W. Dixon, on Market Street road, with numerous friends of the couple attending. The home was beautifully decorated with white flowers and burning tapers. Mrs. Lewis’ going away dress was of aqua wool; she used brown allegator accessories and wore the orchid from her bouquet. She is a graduate of Henry Clay High school in Lex ington, Kentucky, and has been employed at the Peoples Sav ings Bank and Trust company for the past three years. Mr. Lewis is a Senior at North Car olina State college. After a honeymoon in the mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will reside in Raleigh, where Mr. Lewis will continue his studies. * * * BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Marion Moore announce the birth of a daughter, Janet Faye, September 3 at Marion Sprunt annex. MR. AND MRS. CALVIN EVERETTE LEWIS—Whose mar riage took plr-'s on Saturday afternoon, September 6 at Pearsall Memn'lr.j P;r vlerisn church. Mrs. Lewis is the former Margaret Foy, of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Foy of Wilmington. Frankie Murphy Complimented . By Miss Rogers Miss Frankie Murphy, whose marriage to M. L. Wadsworth will take place September 27, was honored Saturday afternoon at a coca-cola party and sur prise handkerchief shower by Miss LaVerne Rogers. Miss Rogers was hostess at her home, 1707 Princess street. She presented the bride-elect with a steak platter. Guests invited for the occa sion included: Miss Murphy, Mrs. M. B. Murphy, Miss Shir ley Newland, Miss Gloria Palm er. Mrs. M. K. Murphy, Miss Carlene Page, Miss Rosalie Reaves, Miss Jane Edwards, Miss Ann Andrews, Mrs. Thom as P. Brown, Miss Mary Alice Rose, and Mrs. John A. Casha of Rocky Point. Miss Frances AppNjwhite, Miss Betty Shepard, Mrs Eliza beth Wadsworth, Miss Evelyn Hale, Miss Louise Hardwick, Miss Ruth Blackman, Miss Lena Taylor, Miss Merle Brun er, Miss May Price, Miss Janet Cain, Miss Rosa Lee Rogers, and Miss Mary Frances Combs. * * * Boardwalk Chapel, Schedules Service The Rev. L. A. Taylor will preach this morning at 11:15 o’clock at the Little Chapel on the Boardwalk, Wrightsville Beach. Sunday school classes will be held at 10 a.m. * * • BIRTH ANNOUNCED M$. and Mrs. L. B. Todd of Masonboro Sound, announce the birth of a son, Linwood Benjamin Todd, Jr., on August 27 at Mar ion Sprunt annex. 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Norman Cordon, Bass Baritone, To Sing Light And Varied Program % _ ————— T Norman Cordon, bass baritone, who will appear here Thursday night at the New Hanover High school auditorium, under the auspices of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, will sing the fol lowing numbers, according to William G. Robertson, acting ac companist from Wilmington: I “Largo (Handel); “Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes” arr. by Quilter “Non piu andrai” (Mozart) II “Indian Love Lyrics” (W oodf or de—Finden) INTERMISSION II Kipling Songs “Gunga Din” (Spross); “Dan ny Deever” (Damrosch); “On the Road to Mandalay” (Speaks); IV Southern Songs “Li’l David” (Burleigh); “By an’ By” (Burleigh)'; “Water Boy” (Robinson); “Deep River” (Bur leigh); “01’ Man River” (Kearns) * * * Miss Margaret Holmes Accepts Post At Duke Miss Margaret Mallett Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert L. Holmes of Alexandria, Va., formerly of this city, has accepted a position as medical technician in the vaccine laboratory of Duke hospital, Durham. Miss Holmes was graduated from the School of Laboratory Technique of the Duke university School of Medicine in March, and is now registered with the Amer ican Society of Clinical Patholo gists and a member of the Amer can Society of Medical Technolo gists. OES Chapter To Observe Anniversary The Goldenrod chapter, No. 142, Order of the Eastern Star will celebrate its silver anni-. versary on Friday, September 19, at the Masonic Temple. A number of the grand chapter of ficers will be special guests at the banquet and program. Harriet L. Powell will intro duce the distinguished guests and officers of the chapter. The program follows: Song: By assembly. Tune— “There’s A Long, Long Trail.” Toast Mistress: Edna Hood. Special Event: Bernice Bjone rud and Ole Bjonerud.* Presentation of 25 year cer tificates. Introduction of past matrons and past patrons — Lula War wick. Introduction of speaker: W. H. McClain. Address: Judge J. J. Burney. Reservations for the banquet will be taken until Tuesday noon. Admission will be by ticket and no tickets will be sold at the door. All members and their families are invited. To shell green soy beans, pour boiling water over them, let steep five minutes, then pour off the water. You will find they shell much easier. In Observance of Religious Holidays Our Store Will Be Closed All Day MONDAY and TUESDAY : OPEN 9 A. M. WEDNESDAY Casual Classic Smart side button classic "Air Spun" dress with three quarter sleeve and convertible collar. Choose it in Dark Green, Pur ple, Luggage, Deep Red, Black, Brown, Wine, Gray, Turquoise or Tan. Sizes 10 to 20. $12.98 We Will Be Closed All Day Monday Open Tuesday 9 A. M.