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Womans News
KAY GOODMAN—Social Editor Dial 3-3311
Women's Club
GroupTo Tour
Cherry Point
More than 125 members of
District No. 12 of the North
Carolina Federation of Women's
Clubs will tour the Marine Corps
air station during its meeting
on October 2, Mrs. Susie Moore,
president of the Cherry Point
Woman’s club, hostess club for
the district meeting, announced
. Marines from the station will
act as guides during the tour
Which will cover all the impor
tant areas on the air base.
The tour is part of the pro
gram being conducted by the
Cherry Point Woman’s club at
the community building in Have
lock. The meeting opens with
a business session at 10 o’clock,
followed by a musical program,
the tour of the air station, and
a luncheon at the Blue Ribbon
Club in the early afternoon.
Women’s clubs from Beaufort,
facksonville Snow Hill, Tren
Jon, Cherry Point and four
unior clubs from Beaufort,
Morehead City, Kinston and
yanceboro will be represented
at the meeting.
* Guests at the district meeting
Will be Mrs. James A. Gupton,
Charlotte, president of the North
Carolina Federation of Women’s
clubs; Mrs. Hugh Pake, Craven
County demonstration agent;
Mrs. Effie Dye, Morehead City,
Depresentative of the North
Carolina Nurses association, and
Mrs. E. P. Brown, Murfrees
boro second vice president of
tlie N. C. Federation of Women’s
Mrs. H. M. Eure, Morehead
City, is president of District No.
IZ, North Carolina Federation
of Women’s clubs.
Tenth District
; Plans Meeting
; In Clarkton
■ WHITEVILLE, Sept. 30.—Fed
erated Woman’s clubs of Colum
bus county will send representa
tives to a 10th district meeting
SI the North Carolina Federa
on in Clarkton on Satur
; Mrs. A. A. Fowler, dis
trict president of Fairmont, an
nounced plans for the meeting
Hris week.
Participating in the program
Will be Mrs. James A. Gupton
* Charlotte, state president;
Sirs. Edwin P. Brown of Mur
freesboro, second vice president
Qf the federation and chairman
ijf the districts, and Mrs. Sam
Cross of Elizabethtown, district
t4ce president, who is in charge
©f the junior clubs.
The district is composed of
14 clubs in Robeson, Scotland,
Columbus and Bladen counties.
There are 772 members in the
The Clarkton meeting will get
Sderway Saturday morning at
o’clock in the Woman’s club
building and will be presid
ed over by Mrs. Fowler.
A luncheon will conclude the
Bpniards discovered ss long
*go as 1517 that turkeys were
bjeing domesticated at Yucatan,
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3:00 p.m.—The board of mana
gers of the North Carolina
Society of Colonial Dames
of America will meet in
headquarters house, Third
and Market street.
8 p. m.—The Wednesday Night
Bridge club will meet in
the Community Center.
Beginners and advanced
players are invited to at
12:00 — North Carolina Sorosis
executive co. 'ttee will
meet at the clubhouse.
1:00 p.m.—North Carolina So
rosis opening luncheon
meeting to be followed by
business session.
3:30 p. m.—The ladies auxiliary
to the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen will meet
at 3:30 o’clock in the Jun
ior Order Hall.
3:30 p.m. — The Women’s So
ciety of Christian Service
of Wesley Memorial
church, Winter Park, v 1
hold the October meeting
in the educational build
ing. The nursery will be
4:00 p.m.—The Dorcas Society
of Si. Paul’s Lutheran
church will hold the fir t
meeting of the fall in the
parish house. Immediately
following the meeting a
social hour will be held.
8:00 p. m.—The Past Noble
Grand club of Letitia Re
bekah, IOOF, will meet at
the home of Mrs. L. T. C.
Skipper, 210 North 11th
8:80 p.m.—The Katie Murray
circle of Temple Baptist
church will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. P. Nall,
2003 Perry avenue.
9 p. m.—The Alpha Omega
fraternity will sponsor the
first of its Thursday night
informal dances at the
Community Center with
Lou Corso and his band
providing the music.
4:00 p.m.—The wedding of Miss
Marjorie Graham Davis
and Roscoe Cunningham
Ingalls will take place at
Trinity Methodist church.
5:30 p.m.—The wedding of Miss
Frances Swindell Heidt
and Walter Parsley Barnes,
Jr., will take place at St.
Paul’s Lutheran church.
Mrs. DeVany
DAR Hostess
Monday Night
The Stamp Defiance chapter
of the national society of the
Daughters of the American Rev
olution met at the home of Mrs.
H. L. DeVany Monday night.
Presenting the program, Mrs.
J. K. Bannerman, who was in
troduced by Mrs. C. L. Bragg,
program chairman, reviewed
the organization of the national
and local groups of DAR.
Mrs. H. S. McGirt, regent,
presided, and in the absence of
chaplain, Mrs. A. J. Howell,
Mrs. N. L. Foy led the opening
ceremonies of the ritual and the
pledge to the flag.
Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer and
Mrs. A. C. Craft were appoint
ed to contact Congressman Gra
ham A. Barden and the nation
al superintendant of parks con
cerning the necessary improve
ments to be made at Moore’s
Creek Battleground.
Matters pertaining to Cross
more were also discussed.
Members spoke of their inten
tions of attending the Seventh
district conference in Whiteville
After the dstribution of hand
books, Mrs. DeVany served re
Turkeys do not come from
Turkey, but from North Ameri
Garden School
In Charlotte
The Charlotte Garden club and
the Charlotte Women’s club
will combine their efforts this
month, when they sponsor a
garden school October 8 and 9
in Charlotte. Authorities on gar
dening in the South will conduct
two classes each day at the
Women’s club on East'Morehead
The school will be open to all
Mrs. Fletcher Pearson Crown
of Decatur, Ga., will speak
Wednesday afternon to open the
school, which will be the first
held here for 10 years. Mrs.
Crown is a graduate of the
American Landscape school of
Des Moines, Iowa, a member of
the American Landscape as
sociation, and has conducted
garden schools throughout the
Southeast. Her own beautifully
landscaped garden and her nur
sery in Decatur, Ga., have won
recognition for her, and her wide
experience with southern con
ditions will enable her to help
with local problems. In 1930,
Mrs. Crown was awarded the
Peachtree Achievement medal
for her original garden school.
Wednesday night, W. E. Free
born of Atlanta, Ga., will speak.
A graduate of Emory university,
he has written for newspapers
and magazines and at present
is contributing articles for Bet
ter Homes and Gardens and
Sun-Up, as well as weekly news
paper articles for the Atlanta
Constitution, Birmingham News
Age Herald, and the Chatta
nooga Times.
Miss Cora A. Harris, well
known Charlotte garden consul
tant and columnist, will conduct
the Thursday morning class at
the school. During the war, Miss
Harris received a citation from
the Civil Defense organization
of England for her work in col
lecting seeds and herbs to be
sent to England, many for medi
cinal purposes.
Thursday afternoon Mrs.
Donald M. Hastings of Atlanta,
Ga., will speak to local gard
eners on arangements. She is
a garden lecturer, a flower show
judge and at present is chair
man of the judging school com
mittee of the National Council
of State Garden clubs. She is
a past president of the Haber
sham Garden club of Atlanta, a
past first vice-president of the
National Council of State Gar
den clubs, and past correspond
ing secretary of the National
Council of State Garden clubs
Donald M. Hastings, author,
and president of H. G. Hastings
company of Atlanta, Ga., will
also take part in the program.
He is past president of South
ern Seedsman’s association, and
a graduate of the University of
Georgia Agricultural college.
Mrs. S. L. Whitmore, chair
man of the joint committee
from the Charlotte Woman’s
club and the Charlotte Garden
club, is in charge of the ar
rangements for the school.
Others serving on the committee
are Mrs. John Labouisse, Mrs.
E. P. Coles, Mrs. Robert Mc
Kay, Mrs. Rufus Jones, Mrs.
E. L. Palmgren, and Mrs. C.
C. McGinnis. Mrs. Joseph Gari
baldi, president of the Charlotte
Garden club, and Mrs. J. A.
Graney, president of the Char
lotte Woman’s club, are ex-of
ficio members of the committee
for arrangements.
★ We The Women
Grim Moufh
Sign Woman's
Over Fifty
A man who makes his living
guessing the weight and age of
all-comers, pointed out, in a re
cent interview, some of the
signs that steer him toward the
correct appraisal of a woman’s
At 20, horizontal lines begin
to appear on a woman’s neck.
At 25, crisscross lines on her
hands begin to deepen.
After 30, waist and hips start
to thicken.
At 35, come the tell-tale wrin
kles about the eyes.
At 40, folds beneath the eyes
After 50, the mouth grows grim.
Now there are some statistics
every woman ought to thumb
tack to a drawer of her dressing
table, to save herself many a
despairing moment.
Women, as a rule, take each
sign of age as a personal trag
edy and a startling surprise.
They are shocked when they dis
cover their first gray hairs, up
set when they notice that laugh
ter lines at the corners of the
mouth have deepened into wrin
kles, discouraged when crow’s
feet appear.
It might ease them over these
rude shocks to know that such
signs 6f age are not only inevi
table, but most of them come to
all women at approximately the
same age
Most important of all is the
age-guesser’s observation that,
after 50, a woman’s mouth
grows grim. For that is some
thing a woman might be able
to prevent. Grimness is self-in
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C.
Spivey announce the birth of a
son, William Michael Spivey,
September 28, in the Columbus
County hospital, White ville,
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Hanover High school. Shown above are the five high school misses who have been chosen to act
as sponsors of the four companies and one battalion of the local ROTC. Left to right are pictured:
Beth Harriss, company D, who will march with Capt. Blaney Lee; Jean Bobbitt, company C, who
will march with Capt. Poli Barefoot; Rosemary Sweeney, battalion sponsor, who will accompany
Lt. Col. Bradford Wiggins; Elizabeth Roe, company B with Capt. Jim Gibson; and Marilyn Cos
tello, company A with Capt. Fritz Steijes.
Miss Branham,
J. S. Morrison
Are Married
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hicks of
Charleston, W. Va., announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Bernice Branham, to Joseph
Shepard Morrison, on Tuesday,
September 9, in Charleston, W.
Mr. Morrison is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. B. R. Morirson of Wil
Mrs. Boyd Quarles has re
turned to Wilmington from New
York where she had a cottage
at Hastings-On-Hudson for six
weeks. While there she collabo
rated with Miss Antonia Maury
of the Admiral Matthew Fon
taine Maury family, In a SAVE
THE FOREST conservation
campaign for western redwoods.
Mr. and Mrs. Quarles, former
residents of Atlanta, expect to
occupy their apartment in Lake
Forest in the near future.
Mrs. George Bailey and Mrs.
Berniece Stellings have returned
to their home in Fojfest Hills
after a visit of several days at
the Grove Park Inn in Asheville.
Mrs. R. Willar<l Cantwell re
turned to her home in Olenader
after spending 10 days in New
York City.
Miss Margaret C. Hardwick,
who has been spending the past
few days in the mountains of
North Carolina is now visiting
relatives in Washington, D. C.
Miss Mamie James Fennell has
returned to her home at Wrights
ville Sound after an absence of a
year, having spent six months in
Boston, where she was in charge
of one of the dining rooms at
the Brunswick hotel. Since April
she has been in Castine, Maine
as assistant to Mrs. Herbert
Smeath (nee Nell Mercier of Wil
mington), who is president and
general manager of the English
Corp. operating hotels in Boston,
Wellesley and a summer hotel
located in Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fen
nell, Jr., and son, James G., Ill,
have arrived from Denver, Colo.,
where they have been residing
for the past two years.
J. F. Seabright, of Selana
Beach, California, is the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Bax
ter, 912 Market Street.
James H. Gurganous to Don
McRae, 3.07 acres, Gurganous
tract, C. F.
Roger W, Hewlett to Reese
Smith, Jr., lot two, block 310,
Hugh McRae and Co., Inc., to
Andrew Lovek, block 26, Castle
Katie L. Powell to Carl D.
Parker, part eight of tract five,
Seigler-Ahrens farm.
James G. Adams to Ella Hol
land, lot four, block 63, Wilming
C. E. Newsome to Madge Brid
song, lot three, block 34, Wil
Lucy B. Clark to Gerald Bow
man, lot 63, Shore Acres, Division
Ruby W. Peirson to John W.
Raney, lot two, block 41, Caro
lina Beach.
Ruby W. Peirson to Sallie F.
Ramsaur, lot three, block 41,
,Carolina Beach.
Mrs. Middleton
To Be Hostess
To Fidelis Class
Mrs. JT. G. Middleton will en
tertain the Fidelis class of the
First Baptist church with a
spaghetti dinner in her home,
101 Brookwood avenue Thursday
evening at 7 o’clock.
Officers for the coming year
will be installed. The entire
membership is invited to attend.
Hostesses Plan
Dance Feting
British Seamen
Letters received Tuesday by
Junior hostesses from the Com
munity Center listed activities
ranging from entertaining Brit
ish sailors to playing bridge.
Highlighting next week's ac
tivities, the "Mayor decreed
that junior hostesses would en
tertain British sailors on the
part of Wilmington, at a formal
dance at the center October 6.”
A note attached to the invita
tion to the dance read, “We
want then to carry home a pic
ture of our lovely Wilmington
girls at their most gracious best
so the dance will be formal.”

America’s Card Authority
Written for NEA Service
Quite often it is difficult to
follow the reason in the bidding
and play of a hand by reading
about it in a bridge column, be
cause of the lack of the personal
touch that there is at the table.
Today’s hand, from the recent
world championship knockout
team-of-four match, brings out
this point
The bidding was exactly the
same at both tables up to the
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4 N T. Pass Pass Pass
Opening—¥ K 1
the South player felt that the
hand was close to a slam con
tract, so, over three no trump
he bid four no trump, which he
would have had no trouble to
make if he had a break in the
club suit.
At the other table South
passed the three no trump bid
and, as a result, scored 600
points on the board. This meant i
that his team picked up 700
points on the hand.
Oddly enough, the same open
ing lead was made at both
tables, the king of hearts. Neith
er declarer won the first trick
and East shifted to a spade,
which held the contract to three
no trump.
Looking at all four hands, one
never would get the thought of
bidding a slam. But South, with
his two solid suits, thought there
would be no harm in trying the
Blackwood four no trump bid, j
and with any normal break four
no trump should be easy to
make. Unfortunate distribution
set toe contract one trick. i
Bridge' Dessert
Given Honoring
Marjorie Davis
Entertaining for Miss Marjo
rie Davis, bride-elect of Satur
day, Mrs. James R. Davis was
hostess last evening at a bridge
party in her home on Perry
The home was decorated
throughout with pink roses, and
during the evening refresh-.
ments of ice cream and cake;
were aerved.
Among the gueets invited for
the occasion were Miss Davis,
Miss Louise Davis, sister of the
brde-elect, and Mrs. J. Knight
Davis, mother of the bride-to
be, Mrs. LaMar Mclver, Mrs.
Herbert C. Davis, Mrs. J. U.
King, Mrs. Richard Turner,
Miss Emma Davis, Mrs. Har
riss Bullard, Miss Mary Lily
Davis, Mrs. Harold Williams,
Mrs. George B. Davis, and Miss
Jean Davis.
three no trump bid. At one table
Sailors aboard the HMS Snipe,
an English good will ship, will
land here October 6.
The letter requested that host
esses send in their snapshots,
address, and telephone number
for the revision of the files.
Other announcements included
the mention of tonight’s bridge
tournament at the center for be
ginners and advanced plyers.
Play will begin at 8 o’clock.
Thursday night, the first of
the Alpha Omega fraternity
open house dances will begin
with Lou Corso and his thirteen
piece orchestra playing for the
occasion. Mr. Corso’g services
will be free, and in response
the center will fill the house
with dancers from all over the
The weekend program includ
ed the usual activities—Friday
night teen age dance, Saturday
night informal for service men,
Sunday Java club, church es
cort, home hourj and informal
Americans smoke bout 250,
000,000,000 cigarets a year.
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27 South Front Street • Phone 2-0330 • Wilmington, N. C.
Glenda Carter Feted
On First Birthday
Glenda Leigh Carter, young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Carter of Maffitt Village cele
brated her first birthday Sep
tember 28, at a party given by
her parents.
Glenda is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Glenn Carter, Sr., Caro
lina Beach, and Mrs. D. E.
Bowden of Mount Olive.
I nvitations
Issued Here
The following invitations have
been received in the city:
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Price Davis
request the honour of your pres
at the marriage of their daughter
Jessie Leigh
Mr. William Joseph Boney
on Saturday evening, the elev
enth of October,
Nineteen hundred and forty
at eight o’clock
Forbush Baptist church
Yadkinville, North Carolina
Mr. Boney is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie N. Boney of
this city.
Lake Forest
Women Name
Party Leaders
With an increased attend
ance, the Lake Forest Woman’s
club under the direction of pres
ident, Mrs. W. A. MacDonald
appointed committee members
to make plans for a Halloween
party for Lake Forest children.
Members expected to partici
pate in planning for the party
and notifying parents include:
Mrs. H. C. Bennett, Mrs. Mar
vin E. Benton, Mrs. Titus Wil
liamson, Mrs. C. N. Erelle,
Mrs. Lacy Pearce, and Mrs. A.
G. Thompson.
Mrs. Boyd Quarles was ap
pointed chairman of the con
servation committee.
The discussion of the evening
centered around the betterment
of Lake Forest and plans for
the redecoration of the library,
which has been given the wom
en for their clubroom.
Mrs. J. R. Stillman, Jr., said
that a guest speaker would be
invited for the next meeting.
r FOR '
A modam, mtA
colly-f und treat
mont that |»fi J
real result*
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DAR District
To Meet Friday
In Whiteville
District No. 7 of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
will meet Friday at the First
Presbyterian church in White
Business will begin at 11 a.rr:
and a luncheon will follow at l
Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer am:
Mrs. H. S. McGirt of this at
will be among the chairmen at
tending the meeting.
BPW Club
Plans Bridge
The Business and Professional
Women’s club will entertain at
a bridge tournament in the
Community Center, October 8.
at 8 o’clock, it was announced
Wilmingtonians wishing to
make reservations have been
asked to call Mrs. Elizabeth
May, 6892; Miss Juanita Rankin,
2-3344; or Miss Virginia Souther
land, 2-3267.
The early Romans held let
tuce in high regard as a food.
A favorite way of preparing it
was by boiling it with onions,
parsley and mint, then season
ing it with pepper and serving
it with gravy, oil and wine.
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