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I ! Woman's News hAy GOODMAN—Social Editor Dial .-3311 gpW Now Selling Tickets For Civic Drama Guild Plays Here Saie of tickets for the Business and Professional Women spon red Drama Festival this sea * n j-.pgan Monday and will con tinue through Saturday, Mrs. Ida g, Kallam, president, announced last night. A season ticket will admit owners to the Broadway pro action of “Dream Girl,” “Kiss and Tell,” and “Made In Heav cn - Tickets are now being soid dailv at a box office set up in Saunders Drug Store, which g open from 10 a. m. until j p, ni. under the management of Miss Grace Sloan The Business a..u rufessional Women’s club, througii the Civic j Drama Guild of he York, has bonked for local presentation three outstanding Broadway plays, dir "t from hew Yoik city, with d euished professional casts. These stage attractions, i “Dream Girl,’’ “Kiss And Tell”! ,nd “Made In Heaven” are being offered to the public as a series at a nominal fee. The Club feels that this low price will put the living theatre within the reacn of everyone and appeal to many who have yet to experience the thrill of real theatre going. Le gitimate attractions on Broad way are currently getting for one play the price charged local ly for the three plays of the series so that actually the cost of a stage play is little more than that of a movie. The performances will be pre sented during the winter season, the first play, “Dream Girl’’ to be shown January 6, and 'he final play before the end of: April. The exact playing dates and auditorium will be an nounced well in advance of each performance. Cities that have previously had an opportunity of subscribing to this series have almost without exception, sold out their entire seating capacity and have been compelled to f MOT ONLY RELIEVES") BUT'LOOSENS DP’ m corns (CAUSED BY CC4.0S) pertussin has been prescribed by thousands of Doctors. It not only relieves such coughing but also 'loosens up phlegm’ and makes it easier to raise. pertussin(R) is safe and mighty effective for both old and young. Pleasant tasting too! 'CCDTIICCIII' ^Inexpensive.*7rCfl I UOOI1!^ Si H A W*S VENETIAN BLINDS Featuring Style and Quality • CUSTOM TAILORED • FREE ESTIMATES 0 FAST DELIVERY § FREE INSTALLATION 314 N. Front Dial J332 — _ 2 establish a waiting list. The Busi ness and Professional Women’s club believes that a like situa tion will prevail here, and sug gest that, in order to avoid dis ppoistment, reservations be made immediately. Junior Music Club Accepts NewMembers The November meeting of the Junior-Juvenile Music club, j held Saturday afternoon in St. j James’ Great Hall, featured the works of Mendelssohn. Mrs. J. D. Edwards, advisor to the club, gave a brief read ing on Mendelssohn and played j his famous wedding march. | Miss Bird Grant also presented a violin solo, “Wings of Song,” by Mendelssohn. Miss Mary Scott Livingston, president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. Edwards an nounced that the club officers would be installed at the December meeting. The follow ing ten new members were named to membership: Carol Doxey, Theresa Elizabeth Dox ey, Doris King. Joyce Latimer Emily Mattocks, Margaret Hurst, Mary Maddry, Joan Wood. Jean Lounsbury and Jane Wyatt Lawter. Those taking part in the pro gram included: Jeanie Kallman, j Margaret Hurst, Theresa Dox ey. Carol Doxey, Mary Maddry, Jean Lounsbury, Joyce Lati mer, and Emerson Head. J a y-C-E t \ e Benefit Bridge Set Thursday Anticipating a large corwd of men and women bridge players, chairman of the Women’s Auxi liary of the Junior Chamber of Commerce are rapidly complet ing plans for their benefit bridge tournament Thursday night at 8 o’clock in the Com munity Center. According to Mrs. Ed Gil more, president, the auxiliary, organized a little over a year ago, is planning the largest benefit affair it has ever under taken. The auxiliary will use proceeds from the tournament for its work with the Child Guidance clinic and the supprt of its local Girl Scout troop. Aside from chairmen, who are working on the tournament, the following club officers will cooperate-in making the bridge a success: Mrs. Elliott O’Neal, vice president; Mrs. Wallace I. West, secretary; Mrs. L. C. Le- j Gwin, treasurer; and Mrs. 1 Menu Idea FOR Meatless Day 4 With the Fine Flavor of Blue Plate jg| Mayonnaise Hearty POTATO SALAD (la Canoral.) rial. MoyonnaL. aidca. it . , y c Blue Piet* Mayonnaise ! c. hot potatoes, cubed * ,mau onion, minced °r,h!*d * Vi c. green pepper, minced 1 c. chopped tongue y. c. chopped celery Vj tsp. salt j tbspe. vinegar Vi t*p. P®PP*r vineear. Add other Sprinkle potatoes with casserole^nd re-heat in ingredient* and stir lightly. everybody enjoys just oven. (Blue Plate is the mayonnaise y Serves 4.5. •weet enough, just tart enough. First tor Tuesd,y>.) * (Nolo—Citizens Food Committee .pprovei servmg Made by the Wesson Oil people as yeii'd make H at kerne j —with the finest salad oiL I Blue Plpte Mayonnaise blue plate means fine flavor Nancy Ingram, B r i d e-E I e c t Complimented Miss Anne Andrews and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Sr., were host esses recently at their home on Market street at a miscellaneous shower complimenting Miss Nancy Ingram, whose marriage to L. T. Landen, Jr., will take place November 30. The Andrews home was at tractively decorated with white and Yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Ingram was presented with a corsage of white button chrysanthemums by her host esses. During the evening, games were played and prizes were awarded. At the end of the eve ning an ice course was served. Among the guests attending the parties w'ere: Miss Ingram, bride-elect, Mrs. T. J. Ingram, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. L. T. Landen, mother of the groom-elect, Mrs. Ray S. Lan den, Miss Doris Landen, Mrs. G. N. Knight, Mrs. A. J. Paul son, Miss Shirley Newland, Miss Evelyn Brown, Miss Daisy Stackhouse, Mrs. J. Ward Andrews, and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Jr. Dinner Guests Seen At Club Saturday Night Approximately 90- m e ru bers of the Cape Fear Country club were present Saturday eve ning for the week-end dinner dance. Tables were placed in the spacious ballroom and were centered with crystal bowls fill ed with colorful yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. Those attending included Dr and Mrs. R. Bryant Hare, Jr. Mrs. Heywooo L. Edwards, Mr and Mrs. Thomas H. Wright, Jr Dr. and Mrs. J. Watts Farthing, Mr. and Mrs W. S R. Beane. Mrs. Gates Clendenin, Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Tate. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Hutaff, Mr and Mrs. J. N. Brand, Jr., Lewis Hin ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Holmes Davis, Jr., Miss Atha Josey, Carl Carlson, Jr., of Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lyles, Miss Peg gy Moore, Tom Wimbish of Greensboro, Chubby King, Miss Juliette Robertson, Wade Bar row, Miss Phyliss Pooley of New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McClelland. Mrs. Rinaldo B. Page, Mrs. Bev erly C. Snow of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Or rell, Mr. and 'Irs. Louis B. Or rell, Tom Orrell, Mr. and Mrs. L. Paul Campbell, L. Paul Camp bell, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parks, Mr. and Mrs. John Bright Hill, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hall, Miss Mary P. Bell, Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. John Nuckton, Mr. and Mrs Hiede Trask, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gibson, Mr and Mrs. S. L. Mar bury, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hines, Mr. and Mrs. J. Irving Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Patterson, W. A. Sutton, F. L. LeGue, A. P. Richards, Dr. and Mrs. James Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Donald B. Koonce, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergen, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Jobb, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rehder, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boushee, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Freeland, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Spence, H. A. Marks. James Craig. corresponding secretary. Reservations for the bridge can be made by calling the fol lowing members: Mrs. Wallace I. West, Mrs. Elward Godwin, Mrs. Elliott O’Neal, and Mrs. Claude 0‘Shields. Am* W€ 7aAe it easy * DANIIL SHEENS • Pink Satin • Black Satin $5.95 • When you’re good ao<1 ^ there a nothing like a pair of Darnel Greens to take your mind off your feet. They let you relax m comfort and look presentable at time. Ask to see our apecial Comfy styles. * CINDERELLA ROOTERIE 113 No. Front St. ENGAGED TO WED IN JANUARY — Miss Louise Williams, whose engagement to Ellis Edwin Benton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Benton of Leiand has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Jason V. Williams of Hallsboro. The marriage will take place January 3, in the Hallsboro Baptist church. (Dates to (Remember TODAY 9:00 a. m.—BPO Does will hold a bazaar all day today in the window of the Wil mington Furniture com pany. Handwork, candy, and cakes will be sold. 10 a. m.—The Women of Fifth Avenue Methodist church will hold a Christmas ba zaar in the window of Sut ton - Council Furniture company. 10:30 a. m. — The Wrightsboro Home Demonstration club will hold the monthly meeting at the clubhouse. 11:00 a. m.—The weekly bridge luncheon of the Cape Fear Country club at the club house. Luncheon served at 1:30 o'clock. Reservations are necessary. 2:30 p. m.—The Sunset Park P-TA will meet at the school with Dr. Irene An derson as the guest speak er. Dr. Anderson will use as her subject, Child Wel fare. A nursery will be provided under the direc tion of Mrs. Stikes, grand mother. The executive committee meets at 1:30 p. m. in the principals of fice. 7:30 p. m.—The Wilmington Bird club will meet in the Community Center. John Funderburg will speak about the birds he saw overseas. 7:45 p. m. — The Washington Catlett P-TA will meet at the school. The Rev. C. C. Myers will deliver the devotional. H. M. Roland will be the speaker of the evening. This will be fath ers night and all fathers as well as mothers of the association are asked to at LCI1U. 8 p. m.—The Women of the Moose, chapter No. 40, will meet in the Moose Hall, 416 N. Front street. 8 p. m.—The American Legion auxiliary of Carolina Beach will meet in the home of Mrs. Milton Pittman, 306 Hamlet avenue, Carolina Beach. 8:00 p. m.—The Woman’s coun cil, circle No. 4, will meet with Mrs. C. K. Davis, 2424 Jeferson street, Sun set Park. 8:00 p. m. — The Hemenway P-TA will hold the regu lar meeting at the school. Fathers night will be ob served. W. R. Dosher will be the speaker of the even ing, and will use as his subject, “Education.” A social hour will be held at the close of the meet ing. A nursery will be pro vided for the small chil dren. WEDNESDAY 1:80 p. m.—The Bradley’s Creek home demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. I. T. Dexter. Mem bers are urged to attend this meeting. 8:30 p. m.—The Colonial Vil lage Mothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. Roy T. Murray, 122 Colo nial Village. Members are reminded to bring their Thanksgiving r e m e m - brance. THURSDAY 3:00 p. m.—The Senior East Wilmington Home Demon stration club will meet at the home of Mrs E. H. Cheshire. A white elephant sale will be a feature of the meeting and members are asked to bring an article for this sale. 3:00 p. m.—The weekly infor mal bridge tea will be held at the Cape Fear Country club. Tea, sandwiches and cakes will be served at 5:30 p. m. Reservations are necessary for this party and may be made by call ing the country club din ing room, 4751. 3:00 p. m.—The Audubon Home demonstration club will meet with Mrs. Horton Walsh on the Wrightsville road. Members are request ed to bring their reports. 8:00 p. m.—The Junior Home Demonstration club of East Wilmington will hold its monthly meeting in the clubroom. PERSONALS Mrs. James L. Duffy has left for Kingsport, Tenn., where she is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc Glaughon for a week or ten days. Mrs. Beverly C. Snow, who for the past week has been the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldo B. Page of Oleander, left by motor Monday morning for Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cooper and young granddaughter, Ann Dudley, have returned to the city after attending the wedding of Mrs. Cooper’s niece, Miss Allie Hyman and Lt. Joe Shel ton which took place Saturday night in Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper have with them until the Christmas holidays their young granddaughter, Ann Dudley, of Murfreesboro, Tenn. BIRTHS GEORGE ERNEST Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Nor ris announce the birth of a son, George Ernest, November 15, at the Marion Sprunt ai nex. Mrs. Norris is the former Dor thy Wyckoff of Wilmington. HARRY AND LARRY Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nobles of Chadbourn, announce the birth of twin sons, Harry and Larry, November 12. Mrs. Nobles is the former Miss Hazel Ward. Bolton WSCS Holds November Meeting BOLTON, Nov. 17—The Coun cil-Shiloh Woman's Society of Christian service met with Mrs. E. L. Smith for the November meeting. Mrs. Rex Squires pre sided. The meeting was opened with the singing of “O Worship The King,” followed by the 15th Psalm repeated in unison. Study topic for the program was “An Orderly World for Children.” Attending were Mrs. J. C. Nye, Mrs. George Carroll, Mrs. John Carroll, Mrs. J. J. Holmes, F.ev Souires, Mrs. A. G. Holmes, Mrs. Della Williams and J..X.... riibert Smith. Mrs. Smith served refresh ments at the conclusion of the program. Hemenway P-TA Plans Turkey Supper Thursday ' The Hemenway School P-TA will sponsor a turkey supper Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 o’clock in the school cafe teria. Proceeds will be used to buy new equipment for the cafe teria, Mrs. N. W. Rochelle, pub licist, said Monday On the menu for Thursday night will be roast turkey and dressing, green beans, snow flaked potatoes, tossed salad, deep apple pie, and coffee. Reservations for the dinner can be made by calling Mrs. Ola Gray Pridgen, ?,959; Mrs. R. S. LeGwin, 5565; or Mrs. Rochelle, 2-2628, 8:00 p. m.—BPO Does will meet in the Elks home. Nomi nations for the new offi cers will be accepted at this time. FRIDAY 3:00 p. m. — Weekly informal bridge tea at Cape Fear Country club. SATURDAY 8:00 p. m. -- Weekly dinner dance at the Cape Fear Country club. ———■—M Is Washing A Worry? It’s A Pleasure With Us “Wilmington’s Largest & Most Modem” The "Aulo-Halic" Laundry 19 So. 16th St. Dial 2-2022 Wrightsboro P-TA Honors Teachers The Parent-Teacher Associa tion of the Wrightsboro School entertained the faculty of the school at a banquet Friday in the Wrightsboro Woman's Club House. The banquet was the 13th consecutive annual sup per that has been given by the association for the teachers. The guests of honnor were: Miss Nellie Fentress, principal, Miss Johanna Duls, Miss Aza lene Southerland, Miss Anna Clara Baker. D. C. Chadwick, Mrs. Jane Cain, Miss Beatrice Strickland, Miss Elizabeth New some, Mrs. Claudia Swinson, Miss Lois Cashwell, Miss Lois Cooper. Guests were received at the door by Mrs. George Burton and Dirk Swart an dwer presen ted with a corsage of carnations tied with matching ribbons There were places set for 135 guests. Decorations were in keeping with the autumn sea son. The supper was served by the parents under the direction of Mrs. Dirk Swa^t, chairman of the grade mothers Guests were recognized by the Rev. H. S. Strickland, toast master, and greetings were re ceived from Miss Nellie Fen thess, the Rev. and Mrs. K. Y. Huddle, the Rev, and Mrs. Reid Newland, Addison Hewlett, Louis Coleman, Johnnie Mor ris, C. R. Cook, R. W. Galphin, Miss Anne Mason and Mrs. W. D. Roudabush. A humorous skit with special music was presented by mem bers of the School Glee Club under the direction of Miss Jo hana Duls. Special music was rendered by Mrs. Clifton Foy and Cor nelius Swart. The following served as chair men of committees: Mrs. Dirk 1 Swart, Chairman; Mrs. Pete Broak, Chairman of Table Dec orations; and Mrs. Kenneth Kir by, Chairman of Program. — ACCEPT INVITATIONS WALLACE. Nov. 17 — Rep resentatives from 18 communi ties in the Wallace area have accepted invitations to meet here Tuesday afternoon to work out details for the big Christmas celebrations planned here. The celebration will be staged un der the sponsorship of Wallace Associates, newly formed group of Walllace business and profes sional men and farmers to foster the development of this com munity. Francis Bacon experimented with refrigeration and is said to have died from a chill he caught while stuffing a fowl with snow. (Juanita s (Beauty Now located over McLelland 5 & 10 Store, 25 N. Front St. Will stay open Wednesday and Sat. afternoons by appoint ment i Cold Waves 10.00 up Machine & V <tC Cft „n Machineless ( *P*J»*J" Shampoos $1.00 up ALL WORK PERSONALLY GUARANTEED Juanita (Johnson) McLemore Owner Mgr. Dial 2-2519 Wife imm mothers habit of serving mscoioozmiMore flavorful asoeraat/fqfrfer IrmuffiiaJW ira ffner-miflaRfegentfer action, let _'/ourfamly enjoy some today! Try this simple, satis fying way to help re lieve constipation dua to insufficient diet bulk. If condition con tinues, see a doctor. IAKID IT NAIISCO NATIONAL IISCUIT COMPANY LAKE WACCAMAW; — LAKE WACCAMA, Nov. 17. — Edison B. Council attended a meeting of the Eastern North Carolina Methodist Conference held in Elizabeth City. Mrs. Lou Stephens and daugh- j ter, Kathleen of Washington, D. C. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Woodrow Wayne at their home here during the week-end. Mrs. Edison Council spent several days in Red Springs with her daughter, Mrs. Preston Covington and Mr. Covington. The Rev. E. Evans Ulrich has returned from Sikeston, Mo., where he held a series of revival meetings for the past two weeks. young ladies and gentlemen from the Columbia, S. C.. Bible College held a Young Peoples A party consisting of several Rally at the Baptist church dur ing the past few days. The party consisted of the following young folks. Misses Lillian Strieker, Evelyn Smith, Annie Lee Brad ford, Faye Rowlee and Wanda vjoaaii; Mr. Otis Braswell, Bryan Choenault. Clarence Flanagan, and Bub Borman. They also- held Rally on the Livingston chapel and Cape Fear Baptist churches. These young people are fitting them ■selves for foreign Missionary work. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Williams of Acme. Mr. and Mrs. Erbv King and daughter of Wilming ton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pate and family Sunday. iNSTANTLYstartsto BREAK UP CONGESTION" CHESTCOLDS! In Upper Bronchial Tract, Throat At first sign of a cold—rub Musterole on chest, throat and back. It instantly starts to relieve coughing and helps break up painful congestion in the upper bronchial tract, nose and throat. Musterole has all the advantages of a warming, stimulating mustard plaster yet is so much easier to apply. Just rub it on for mighty fast relief! In 3 strength*. X * Mr. and Mrs. June Stone wer* Charlotte visitors this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Townsend and daughter. Ann, spent Sun day in Fair Bluff with Mrs. Townsend’s mother, Mrs. B. L. Townsend. Randolph Johnson of Knox ville, Tenn., is here for a visit with his father-in-law, S. C. Chauncey and family. Bromine is a normal part of all human tissue. ^You Women Who Suffer HOTFUSHEStJ FEEL CHIUY! Are you going through the func tional ‘middle-age' period pecu liar to women (38-52 jts.I ? Does this make you suffer from hot flashes, feel so neri'ous, high strung, irritable, weak? Then do try Lydia E. 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