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Woman's News GOODMAN—Social Editor Dial ii-3311 jTTGEtte Bridge Tournament Attracts Number Of Players ,vith approximately 90 guests W L the auxiliary of the fnS Chamber of Commerce J t vtained Thursday night at erfr d«e tournament in the Com a tv Center. Proceeds from ®un‘Lney will go toward the theifare- work now being done he organization. dinners of prizses Thursday st were Miss Gloria Palmer, !1nh won a cake, Mrs. W. J. ';}°T who received the door L 0 Tohn Rankin, who won Klscore for men; and Mrs. R. rgMurphy who took honors for L women bridge-players. %ther winners included: Mrs. Wnrman Smith, Mrs. E. W. Lew h'“VL A w. Britt, Mrs. James s& m»- j- m? r L Davis, Mrs. H. L. Herren, Mary S Farrelly Mrs. C W. Davis, and Mrs. W. M. MMi?Betty Truelove, Mrs R. H Futchs, Miss Dons Gurley, Burnell Curtis, Mrs. Nellie P Smith. Mrs. W. J. Ulmer, w' v j Powell, Miss Elizabeth Hancock, Mrs. E. T. Hancock, £ Pat Anderson, Ed Ward, Mr?. Gerald Stockely, and Mrs. John Rankin. cppn at the tournament were: n jj W. Johnson, Mrs. H. W. Johnson. Mrs. Ed Howard, Mrs. Barry Hinnant, Mr. and Mrs. G A Tenuta, Mrs. J. J. Knowles, ' R D. Parker, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Herbert L. Day Automatic Heading Pad Electric heating pad with controls to regulate amount of heat. An Ideal Gift At GREGG BROS. 110 MARKET STREET DIAL 9655 is, Mrs. Robert Doorley, Mrs. William L. Berry, Jr., Mrs. Can non Woodbury, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrary. Miss Mary Frances McCrary, Mrs. J. C. Birmingham, Mrs. R. C. Murphy, Mrs. Eben W. Lewis, Mrs. David Craig, Mrs. Burnell Curtis, Mrs. Bruce McCrary, Mrs. Gerald Stokely, Mrs. Rob ert Howard, Mrs. K. B. Swain, Mrs. J. J. Prevatt, Mrs. Fred Sims, Mrs. Kenneth Steadman, and Mrs. C. L. Davis. Mrs. R. H. Davis, Mrs. C. W. Davis, Mrs. J. S. Craig, Jr., Miss Appie Daniel, Miss Annie Dan iel, Mrs. Mary Scott Farrelly, Miss Ruth Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wheedbee, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward, Miss Doris Gurley, and Miss Edna Hemby. Miss Marion White, Miss Cor inelia Tongue, Mrs. James Wal ters, Mrs. J. K. Nicholson, Mrs. Norman Smith, Mrs. Guy Pitts, Mrs. W. F. Henderson, and Mrs. A. W. Britt. Mrs. G. D. Cashwell, Mrs. R. H. Futchs, Mrs. W. T. Spragens, Mrs. J. J. Wigg, Miss Marie Reg ister, Mrs. Donald L. Cole, Miss Helen Partrick, Miss Betty Jane Trulove, Miss Patricia Anderson, Miss Bette Anderson, and Mrs. William Mansfield. Mrs. Earle Beale, Mrs. James King, Mrs. William Ulmer, Mrs. G. W. Miller, Mrs. E. M. Smith Mrs. R. J. Powell, Miss Nellie Gene Smith, Mrs. J. L. Outlaw, Mrs. Howard L. Herren, Mrs. T. H. Hashagen, Mrs. R. H. Stan ley, and Miss Apryl Joyce Har rell. Miss Anne Andrews, Miss Glo ria Palmer, Miss Daisy Stack house, Mrs. E. T. Hancock, Jr., Mrs. George B. Roche, Miss Eliz abeth Hancock, Miss Dorthy Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. John Ran kin, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott O'Neal, Mrs. John H. LeGwin, E. P. Godwin, Jr., Hal J. Love, and Tom Evans. Cousins Honored On Birth days Alexis Ann, who was visiting on her fourth birthday, when her mother, Mrs. J. H. Cottle, and aunt, Mrs. O. D. Fowler entertained at the home of the latter in Red Springs. One year old Thomas Har grove Wallace was also feted on his birthday. Alexis Ann, who was visiing her aunt at the time livess at 2206 Gibson avenue, Wilmington. When you choose an Art-Carved ring, your diamond has been Individually chosen and cut for you by Wood experts abroad . . . your ring fashioned by goldsmiths in an original and dis tinguished design. See our collection today. Prices Include Federal Tax •rrea, Mark Ret. Set A $100.00 Set B $24.00 Every Art-Carved ring is guaranteed by the oldest and largest ring maker and importer of diamonds in America. Gurr Jewelers Wilmington’s Fine Jewelers 264 North Front St. Dial 2-1511 Football Fans Leave ForDukfe Carolina Game Leaving this morning at 8:15 o'clock, 31 ardent football fans will board a bus at the Cape Fear Country club for Durham, where they will see the annual Duke Carolina classic. According to I. B. Grainger, Jr., passengers will carry thier lunches and other refreshments and will leave immediately fol lowing the game for the trip home. Monk Brezeale will drive the bus. Wilmingtonians attending the game will include: Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Grainger, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alexius, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Wright, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Ransey Weathersbee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stovall, Jr., Capt. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Clark James. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Koonce, Jack Smith, Waddell Watters, Q. B. Snipes, Adair McKoy, Walker Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs W.A. Fonvielle, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. £)avid Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Metts, and Edwin Metts, Jr. Oak Grove Chapel Calls For Gifts For Christmas Box Members of Oak Grove Chapel, Carolina Beach Road, are reminded that gifts for the Vander Meer Christmas Gift Box will be received up to Sun day, November 30. These gifts will then be packed and mailed to the Rev. Samuel Vander Meer, of Morris Fork, Ky. to be distributed among the needy people in that district. Gifts may include: caps gloves, sweaters, sox, scarves, other clothing, books, games, toys of all kinds, toilet articles, ba'by clothing and supplies, etc. This will be the third year Oak Grove has packed a Christmas box for the Vander Meers, and it is hoped a large number of gifts will be brought in. Atkinson P-TA Sees Film On Virginia Caverns ATKINSON, Nov. 21 — High lighting the fourth meeting of the Atkinson P-TA, Billy Mur phy, son of Mrs. John Murphy program chairman, showed a two reel movie of the Luray civfins. which included com mentaries on the formation of the giant caves. Prior to the movie, members sang •‘America.” and Mrs. Ash ley Murphy read Thanksgiving meditations to the group The Ways and Means commit tee chairman said a supper was planned for sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and announced that other proj ects for raising money were to be p.anned. Miss Alderman’s third grade won the two dollars for having the gieatest percentage of par ents present. At the close of the general meeting, Mrs. M. D. Roberts, president invited members and visitors into the cafeteria for refreshments. Jacksonville Pastor Honored By Church JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 21. — More than 200 persons gathered at the USO building Wednesday evening to pay their honor and respect for their minister, friend , Medical Test Proved This N Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS Are you troubled by distress of fe male functional monthly disturb ances? Does this make you suffer from pain, feel so nervous, weak, high-strung—at such times? Then bo try Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound to relieve such symp toms! In a recent medical test this proved remarkably helpful to wom en troubled this way. Any drugstore. 'LYDIA t PINKHAM'S COMPOUND DOUBLE-DUTY mm/fWpMfJE NOSE DROPS Where Most Colds Start Don’t delay! At the first warning sniffle or sneeze, put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol in each nos tril. For if used in time, Va-tro-nol helps prevent many < colds from develop- 1 Ing. Relieves head cold distress fast. Try it! Follow di rections in package. VICKS VATRO-NOI Fadies’ tailored Suits and Coats From $45*00 up SLACKS From $15.00 up RHOLEY TAILORING COMPANY Custom Tailors We Carry The Largest And Most Complete Line Of Woolens In The South WE SELL WOOLENS BY THE YARD Alterations and Repairing By Expert Male Tailors P RICES REASONABLE SUITS For Men Smartly Styled Correctly Fitted From $45-00 to $85.00 We Also TAILOR SUITS From YOUR MATERIAL j^South Front Street • Phone 2-0330 • Wilmington, N. C. Ticket Sale For BPW Plays To End Today Ticket sales for the Business and Professional Women’s Dra-j matic festival planned here this winter will end tonight, Mrs. | Ida B. Kellam, president of the club, said Friday. The dramatic festival, which will be brought to Wilmington by the New York Civic Drama Guild will include the three plays, “Dream Girl”, “Made In Heaven,’’ and “Kiss and Tell.” Tickets will be on sale all day today at Saunders Drug Store and Belk-Williams. BLANTON-FRYER INVITATIONS ISSUED IN CIT Y The following wedding invita tions have been issued in the city: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Monroe Blanton request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Gloria Swanson To Mr. Harry Edward Fryer on Saturday, November the twenty-second at four o’clock in the afternoon Gibson Avenue Baptist church Wilmington, North Carolina Barbara Hitchcock C u r t i s W. Salyer Marry In Warsaw WARSAW. Nov. 21.—On Sat urday afternoon, November 15, in a quiet and simple ceremony at her home, Miss Barbara Hitch cock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Hitchcock, of Warsaw, was married to Mr. Curtis William Salyer, son of R. E. Slayer and the late Mrs. Slayer, of Lynch, Kentucky, with the Reverend Eugene H. Clarke, pastor of the Warsaw Presbyte rian Church, officiating and us ing the double ring ceremony. Bridel arrangements of white gladioli and fern were placed on the mantel and on either side of the fireplace were floor stand ards of burning tapers and palms. Miss Harriett Hitchcock, sister of the bride, lighted the candles and Mrs. J. E. Williams present ed a program of nuptial music prior to and during the cere mony. The bride wore for her wed ding a medium blue wool suit with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of red roses. Mrs. Hitchcock, mother of the bride wore light blue with cor sage of white carnations. Mrs. Salyer after graduating from Warsaw High School at tended East Carolina Teachers College at Greenville. Mr Salyer attended school in his hometown and Blue Ridge Episcopal school at Bristal Va. After serving three years in the United States Marine Corps he played professional baseball and came to the Warsaw Red Sox this past summer from Golds boro. He is at present employed with Thompson Electric Com pany Raleigh. WARSAW P-T A The Warsaw Parent-Teachers Association held its November meeting on Tuesday evening at the High School with the Presi dent, Mrs. M. A. Smith, presid ing. Mrs. stacy Britt, publicity chairman, was in charge of the program and introduced Mrs. Kathleen P. Snyder, Home Eco nomics teacher, who presented a most interesting program, as sisted by the F. H. A. local club. Mrs. Snyder explained briefly the Future Homemakers of America. Miss Claudia Carlton began the program by leading responsively the reading of the First Corinthians Thirteenth Chapter, followed by the Lord’s Prayer and singing “America”. Miss Jean Miller, president of the local F. H. A. Club, assisted by Miss Martha Anne Smith, secretary, and Miss Laura West, page formally initiated the new members of the club in an im pressive candlelight ceremony. Mrs. Snyder had the stage at tractively decorated in the club colors, red and white. During the business session which followed Mrs. Smith heard reports from all committees. In the recent membership drive prizes of $3.00, $2.00, and $1.00 went to the following rooms in the Grammar School for getting the most P-TA memberships: Mrs. J. M. Jenkin’s sixth grade, Mrs. Eleanors Me Colmon’s sec ond grade and Mrs. Mcgees fifth grade. The membership drive has not been held in the High School. In the room count Miss Lenora Womack’s third grade and Miss Jewel Horne’s seventh grade each with nine parents present received a $1.00 each. Mrs. Stacy Britt, local Girl Scout Troop committee chairman, appealed to the P-TA to sponsor the newly organized troop. Following the business session patrons were invited into the home economics department where Mrs. Snyder a nd her girls held a delightful silver tea and display of arts and crafts. and community leader, the Rev. Leslie L. Parrish, local Methodist pastor. The occasion was the an nual church dinner .^hich honors the return of a preacher to his pastorate. The Rev. Parrish was returned to Jacksonville for his third con secutive year at the recent Meth odist conference, at Elizabeth City. Mrs. John Burton, long-time church leader, made the welcom ing address to the body and the Rev. and Mrs. Parrish and daugh ter, Polly. Mrs. Burton revealed that un der the leadership of the Rev. Parrish the church membership had grown from 264 to 400; the Sunday school enrollment from 143 to 317. Alice Eakins Entertained In Atkinson ATKINSON, Nov. 21—Mrs. Wil ie Vick and Mrs. John Mur phy entertained at a lovely tea recently at the clubhouse in At kinson, honoring Miss Alice Ea kins, bride-elect of this month. The club room was attractive ly decorated with greenry and fall flowers. A bright fire burn ed in the fireplace and on either end of the mantel were candles in three-branched holders. The center table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a huge silver bowl of white chry santhemums flanked by white tapers in silver holders. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a corsage of pink car-1 ations. The receiving line consisted of Mrs. Vick, hostess; Miss Ea kins, honoree, Mrs. E. L. Eakin mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. B. H Hall, mother of the groom-elect; and Miss Rachel Eakins The honoree was presented a pair of hand-painted crystal vases by the hostesses. The bride’s book made and painted by Murphy Moore, Jr., was presided over by Mrs. John Murphy. Tea was poured by Mrs. A. H. Pridgen, and Mrs. Carol Hamil ton. ♦About 40 guests called during the afternoon. BIRTHS LAURA ANN INGRAM Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Ingram, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Laura Ann, at James Walker hospital, November 14. Mrs. Ingram in the former Mary Iona Thompson of this city. MARGARET ELIZABETH Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Goodman announce the birth of a daugh ter, Margaret Elizabeth, Novem ber 18, in the Marion Sprunt annex. PERSONALS Mrs. Julian Canady left yes terday for Rocky Mount to attend the wedding of Miss Frances Henderson and Howard Lee Pir I DRIVE-IN-THEATRE j •fidway between WtlMtaftaa bad Caroline Beaeb PAT O’BRIEN & ELLEN DREW —In— “MAN ALIVE” Pin* color car toons. First show at 7 P.M. zmnmnmmmm key which will take place Satur day. Clayton C. Holmes and son, Freddie, left Friday for Dur ham to spend the weekend. They will visit Mr. Holmes’ sis ter, Mrs. A. R. Bennett and see the Duke-Carolina game today Mr. and Mrs. Liston Hum phrey and son, Billy, left Fri day to spend the weekend in Raleigh and to attend the Duke Carolina game Saturday. Lloyd W. Fonvielle and Miss Laura Roe, both students at the University of North Carolina arrived here last night to attend the New Hanover High-Peters burg game. They left again this morning accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 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