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MRS. ROBERT MACON SANDERS—Of Wilmingtcn, who be
, e her marriage Saturday, November 29 at the Scotts Hill Meth ifjjSt , ■ urch, was Miss Mary Frances Fov, daughter of Mr. an:’ g I. Foy of Scotts Hill. Mr. Sanders is the son of Mr. and Mr- s' Warren Sanders of Wilmington. Mbs Alderman To Be Featured Artist At Music Club Luncheon Adding a great deal of inter ,,4 ,0 the annual Thursday Morning Music club Christmas luncheon, young and attractive Miss Marilyn Alderman, pi ,nJ t, will be guest artist Thurs day when the luncheon is held in the Great Hall of St. James’ parish house. Miss Alderman’s program cill read as follows: Sonata Opus 27 No. 2—Beetho ven. Adagio Allegretto Presto agitato Polonnaise in A Flat—Chopin. Kamenoi Ostrow Opus 10—Ru oenstein. Two Etudes—Aldenn an. Miss Alderman, who has achieved fame in the state for her musical abilities, majored in music at Greensboro college Dr. W. M. Hardison Chiropodist-— 5th I I cor —Trust Bid*. Specializing In Wcalt and Fallen Arches and AH Foot Ailments Full Line ORTHOPEDIC SHOES DIAL 6965 Residence Phone 2-0354 under Mark Hoffman, in 1946 she studied in the Shenandoah Conservatory under Dean An derson, and at present she is in charge of piano and vocal teach ing in the Warsaw schools. A native of Rose Hill. Miss Aider man plans to enter Juillia:.d School of Music for specialized study in the summer of 1948. She was recently heard on the program of the Southeastern district of Music clubs of the State federation and won hearty acclaim. Her program contains two original etudes which show her talents as a composer as well as a pianist. Second feature of the Thurs day luncheon, which will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m., will be the singing of Christmas carols led by William G Robertson. Reservations will be accepted through Monday. The telephone committee is calling members of the club, but anyone not reached is asked to call Mrs. O. E. DuRant. Jr.. 2-3705 Monday morning. Members may bring guests by making reservations for them. Special Yuletide decorations will be provided by Mrs. Ru dolph I. Mintz. chairman. The program is under the di rection of Mrs. Andrew H. Har riss, Jr., and Ms. William G. Robertson. GIVE A PICTURE OF YOURSELF Sittings Made Through Dec. 17th-Ready , for Christmas Delivery - Call for Your Appointment Early-Because Our Pictures Receive Time And Care. DIAL 6318 Ciaams “22 Years in Wilmington” niMleuw... 8th Floor Trust Bldg. - - - ■ - m ■ - . . . . ■ ■ ■ .... ----- - - . *'*' ifflptoved changer plays up to 12 records tj ^''!'Jn’otically changes records in 3’/a seconds. ( 7 PuK-out panel for easy record loading. bibe, straight A.C. Superhet radio. • Con ^""Jity variable lone control. A Powerful Al ; dynamic speaker. • Gorgeous "picture * ^°*not veneer cabinet; also ■■oqany or blonde ot slightly higher prices. See K! Hear it I Get ane today EASY TERMS ^ i Ison's W« Sell The Best . . *“'* Grace Street APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE . And Service The Rest” Dial 7817 Miss Alderman, R. S. Hufham, Jr. Married Here Miss Mary Elizabeth Alder j man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I J. L. Alderman, and Robert S. Huiham, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hufham of this city were married Saturday after noon. November 20. in the First Baptist church with the Rev. Charles A. Maddrv, pastor of | the church, officiating. Miss Alderman wore a gray su t with a gray hat and black accessories. Sh» carried a white nrayer book with a lavendar or | chidand streamers of white rib bon entwined with tuberoses and small white chrysanthe mums. The couple entered the church j together. They were unattend i ed. During the ceremony, Mrs. | C. M. Kester played the wed I ding music. Following the ceremony, the j r "n,'’ 1f'ft l'o ■ a trin to the west | era part of North Carol1/ a | Thev m-c now living at 178 Pine j crest Parkway. * * * DAR To Meet With Mrs. Foy Stamp D e f i ance chapter. Daughters of the American Rev’ olution, will hold its December meeting at the home of Mrs. N. D. Foy, 201 Country Club boule vard Friday, at 3:30 p.m. The Christmas St on’ will be given by Mrs. Charles L. Bragg. Silver offerings for the work at Ellis Island will be received by Mrs. R. F. Hamme who is cha rman of the Ellis Island fund. Mrs. C. Wayne Spencer, chair man of the Military Camp serv ice, will receive gifts and Christ mas tree decorations for the nurses and patients of Moore Genera] hospital. * * * . First Presbyterian Circles To Convene The circles of the First Pres-; byterian church will meet Mon day as follows: 1— Mrs. Keide Trask, chair man, with Mrs.Martin Wiliard, 502 Orange street, a’ 3:30 o’clock. 2— Mrs. aek Bell, chairman, with Mrs. Bell. 306 South Fourth street, at 3:30 o’clock. 3— Mrs. W. Ii. Howell, chair man, with Mrs. M. C. Mdver 1314 Chestnut street, at 3:30 o’clock. 4— Mrs. A. E. Gibson, chair man, with Mrs. J. L. White, 712 Orange street, at 3:30 o’clock. 5— Mrs. T. D. Love, Jr., chair man. with Mrs. Rinaldo B Page. Oleander, at 3:30 o’clock. 6— Mrs. B. R. Morrison, chair man, with Mrs. T. W. Keith. 210 North 15th street at 4 o’clock. 7— Mrs. W. H. King, chair man, with the chairman, 212 Country club boulevard. 3:30 o’clock. 8— Mrs. J. R. Adams, chair man, with Mrs. P. R. Albright. 114 South Third street, at 3:30 o’clock. 9— Mrs. Sandy Marks, chair man, with Mrs. J. L. Allegood: 18 Magnolia place, at 10 a.m. 10 — Mrs. R. H. Youngblood, chairman, with Mrs. W. L. Mc Intire, Castle Haynes road, at 8 p.m. 11—Mrs. Avon Divine, chair man, with Mrs. Eric Norden, 1918 Market street, at 8 p.m. 12 — Miss Mary Alice Rose, chairman, with Miss Peggy Mc Iver, 1314 Chestnut street at 8 o’clock. MARRIED—Mrs. R. S'. Huf ham, Jr., whose marriage took place on November 29 at the First Baptist church. Mrs. Hufham is the former Mary Elizabeth Aid merman. MISS DORIS HOROWITZ—Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Horo witz of this city, whose engagement to Harold Frank of Hamden, Conn., son of Mrs. William Frank and the late Mr. Frank of Ham den, is announced. The wedding will take place on January 18 in Wilmington. Children's Room Will Be Featured At Garden Club's "Holiday House" The Elks Temple at 400 South Front street will be transformed into a “Holiday House” by the Cape Fear Garden club from the 18th and 19th of December. The Childrens room will be of par ticular interest to all small chil dren. Parents and grandparents ae invited to bring them. Mrs. Lee Spence, chairman with a number of splendid co-| workers, has gathered here all j of the things of which childish1 dreams are made. Tis the week before Christmas! and to this room Things most beloved by chil dren have come. The tr e e decorations, toys, and packages by Mrs. Fred Graham, Mrs. Hampton Tillery, Mrs. Gerard Simpkins, and Mrs. James Gillespie. A really wonderful collection of dolls will be housed in glass cases. These include dolls of all nations, character, antique and others. Mrs. R. B. Hare, Jr., will be in charge of arranging the dolls. The stockings will be hung by the chimney with care. Mantle by Mrs. W. A. Raney and Mrs. J. A. Elmore. Stock ings by Mrs. Jack LeGrand and Mrs. Everett Huggins. The children are nestled all snug in their beds while visions of sugar plums dance t h rough their heads. The Sugar Plum Tree by Mrs. Franklin Elmore. The Creche by Miss Loman, and a Christmas breakfast table by Mrs. Raiford Trask. I CALL ON YOUR | FRIGID AIRE DEALER FOR REFRIGERATION SERVICE DIAL 2-2344 HOME APPLIANCE CO. I 14 No. 2nd St. | MILDRED MILLER BEAUTY SHOP “Wilmington’s Economy Shop” SHOP PRICES Machine Permanents __$3.25 Plain Shampoo and Fingerwave 50c Cold Wave Peimanents --S5.00 Manicure 50c 401 Southern Helene Curtis Dial Building Supersonic Wave S10.00 7363 AS ADVERTISED IN CHARM ALL THAT GLITTERS ... is new and flattering. Shining example; this charming cap sleeved, rayon blouse with sequin embroidery enchantingly worked in a leaf design simulating a yoke. Button back. In white/silver, black/gold, black/silver. Sizes 10 to 18. Mary D. Carr And William Fox Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Damesco Sloan Carr announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Daniel, to William Edward Fox of Fort Worth, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edd Fox of Lewis burg, Tenn. The wedding will take place in late December. * * * Methodist Church Plans Informal Event Thursday I The Board of Stewards and j Woman's Society of Christian Service of Fifth Avenue Metho dist Church will hold an infor mal reception on Thursday, De cember 11, honoring the new pastor and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. B. C. Reavis, in the lecture room of the church,from 8 to 10 P.M. A program of music has been arranged. All members and friends are cordially invited to call during the evening. Andrews-Covenant Circles To Meet The Woman's Auxiliary cir-1 cles of St. Andrews - Covenant church will meet Monday, as follows. Circle No. 1. Mrs. W. T. Ben ton,chairman , with Mrs. J. W. Perdew, 1707 Chestnut street at 3:30 p.m. Circle No. 2, Mrs. I. M. Craig, chairman, with Mrs. F. W. Pearsall, 1708 Chestnut street at 3:30 p.m. Circle No. 3, Mrs. H. P. Gan stier, chairman. Mrs. Ganstier, 204 N. 13th street at 3:30 p.m. Circle No. 4, Mrs. Arthur John, chairman, with Mrs. W. M. Cameron, 1921 Chestnut street at 3:30 p.m. Circle No. 5, Mrs. T. A. Law ther. chairman, with Mrs. L. A. Taylor, 209 N 13th street at 3:30 p.m. CircleNo 6. Mrs. P. C. North, chairman: with Mrs. C. F. Seit ter, Jr., Castle Hayne Road, at 3:30 p.m. ; Circle No. 7, Mrs. F. G. Rose. chairman, with Mrs. Rose, 1820 Chestnut street at 3:30 p.m. Circle No. 8. Mrs. A. C. Pons, chairman, with Mrs. J. F. Rip pey, 217 N. 18th street at 8 o'clock. Circle No. 9. Mrs. W. P. Jones, chairman, at Church- at 7 o’clock. Circle No. 10. Miss Isabell McDougal. chairman, at Church at 8 o'clock. Circle No.11. Miss Katherine VonGlahn, chairman, at Church ;at 8 o’clock. . i T~ir~ i II ..1.' ■ ■. .. "You Save As You Spend When You Buy ii At" FUTRELLE'S PHARMACY JOE'S MARKET FANCY GROCERIES & VEGETABLES FOR THE BEST IN MEATS CALL JOE 4TH & NUN PHONE 2-0191 The Precision Watch $33” Veri-Thin Mode. Distinfjuished beauty and sim plicity. The most important person in your life deserves the most important gift —o Gruen Watch I Thrilling beau'ry and remarkable accuracy have made Gruen watches traditional gifts of distinction. We proudly present a wide assortment of Gruen models priced from $33.75 including federal tax. May we help you select your very special Christmas gift today? *49» n Veri-Thin Dorylf. A man’s favorite. Handsome mesh band. Veri-Thin Drexel. her end numeral dial, link brace let Veri*Thin Spen cer. Cruen - Preci sion movement. 57)50 | Curvex Coquette. Snake bracelet. 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