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WOMEN'S NEWS ' »I WHWImi ■ III ..IIÜl 5! Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Williamson, of Green 2 Sea. announce the engagement of their daughter. I §[ Alma Irene, to Mr. Leonard Sherrill Clause, son j of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clause, of Green Sea. The - wedding is planned for June. ( IIO FEDERATION Λ1ΕΕΤΤ . Tan 13th District ^omc D nionsiration riub Federation Annual M· etin? will bi· held Thursday. April 4 at Barker Ton .Mile School in Robeson County, The speaker will be the Home Economist from the T.V. Station in Charlotte. Her topic will be the "Modern \\ oman." Mrs. Kuiieni· Smith >f West ern I' ong is in charge of the tln'CH* eou:ity report Mr·. Clay tt it Baldwin of While Marsh is chair in in of tit.· resolution* coirunittee. Μ ·- Dale Wright ι f Ifometnakerc, Mrs. Willie Nance of Ever τ»;·η. Mrs Wal do Marlowe of old Dock art* sc vini; on th · courtesy, regis tration and nominating com mittee. Exhibits will be on display on house furnishings, clothing and Christmas decora lions. Did You ΚηοΛν? At , Gore's Quality Shop You can get your Draperies Custom Made to 1'it any room 111 your home. Yes. we will go into your home, help > ou work out your color -.< !·.« me ir> your taste, to blend with your type furnishings. Come in and discuss this with us. you will not be obligated. GORE'S QUALITY SHOP WhltcvUle. N. (* Pearl - Lilly MATERNITY ) SHOP v rJ sot Vi s. Chestnut St. Lumherton. Ν. C. ENGAGED — Mr. and Mr*. I lln-rt (iorf of Koutt 2. Loris announce thr forthcoming mar· r.ase of their daughter. MIm V icki Ann Gore, to Ivan Hilton. .Jr.. son of Mr. mid Mr*. Ivan Jl-iton. Sr. of Nummerville. S. ( . The uedding ceremony will Hp porf >rmed in ilie First Bap tist Church of Loris Sunday. April 1. at 4 p. m. Miss La Faye Cox Honored At Tea Mi si La Faye Cox, whose , man-age t>> Cecil W. Clarkson. Jr March 24. was honored a*, la Tea March 20 b\ Mrs. E'lnn Huggin* and Miss Marlyn Lea in the Lamp Lighter Room at il> w ird Johnson Restaurant. The Tea table was covered with a white cut-work table ii<t'n and a cer.ter arrangement ol White Garza Mums. Ar rangements of white and yel 1< w sprins flower throughout the room completed the decora 1 t;ons. Open faced sandwiches. I< r!y fingers, cheese biscuit.-, wedding cookies and mint< were served. Mesdames Randy Biogdou. James Brunson and Tom Hills poured coffee and tea. Also honored was Mrs. Law m η Lowder bride of March 10. Thn hostesses presented the horiorees corsages of Whit? Glamalias — a Rift of Miss Cox <»f a fork in her silver pattern land a pair of sterling trimmed 8fh trays to Mrs. Lowder. ' Cox Brothers, Inc. —new business location— Φ Furniture RefhilsMnr Φ Rost Building A Repair Φ Special Woodworking Orders . Horace Co* j Fowler St. Tabor City I About SS friends celled b· I tween the hours of 3:S0 and :S:30 p.m. Out of town guest ! were Mrs. Ottis Cox, mother ; ol the bride eloct; Mesdame.* I Bobby Fowler and Ned But ! ler all of Tabor City, N. C. and Mrs. M. J. Cox. sister-in-law ι of the bride elect, of Loris, S.C. Mrs. Sam Harris assisted the hostesses in greeting the guest at the door. Officers Installed For Eastern Star Friday, March 23 marked the installation of 1962-63 officers ol the Tabor City Order of the Eastern Star. The meeting be gan at 8:00 p.m. and was held . in »he Tvmsonic Hall. The hall was decorated with spring flowers interspersed with red and yellow roses that carried out the color scheme which Mrs. Reece Burroughs hose as the official colors for the year. The women officers wore white formal evening gowns and the men wore navy suits. Each officer was presented a corsage using the official colors. The men present were given boutonnleres of talisman ros« buds. The color scheme was carried over into the re freshments which were served at the conclusion of the instal lation. Mrs. Burroughs. Worthy Ma tron. gave her acecptance speech built around service, divine guidance, coo-peration and love. ' The yearbook was dedicated to: Vera Fonvicllc. Beulah Kelly. Viola Fowler, and Mr. and Mrs- Frank Young for their devotion to the Order and the ι encouragement they had ren de ed. Mrs. Eisie Jones w/s instal- , ling officer. Mrs. Jones is Past District Deputy Grand Matron of the Fourth District. These officers were installed: Mrs. Reece Burroughs, Worthy Matron; David Simon. Worthy Patron; Estaleen Long. Associ ate Matron: Qucenie Mills. Conductress: Mamie Ray. Asso ciate Conductress: V e r η i e Wright. Chaplain: Theopile j Frink. Marshal; Mae Young. I Secretary; Belle Bruton, Treas- | urer: Pearl Wright. Adah: Aleiio ' Long. Ruth: Lorena Ganue. Esther: Fa.ve Barker, Martha; Edna Ci ibb. Electa; Grace Bruton. Warden: Frank ^oung. Sentinel. The newly installed «officers presented a program for the rest of the members. jjJ Guests were present frrfl» Klondyke Chapter. Chadbourn: Golden Rod Chapter. Wilming ton. X. C.: and Whitevilie Chapter. Whitevilie. Mrs. Theopile Frink was in charge of refreshments. Sh? j served nuts, cakes, mints, and! punch. The meeting was then closed by Mrs. Burroughs. Family Life Committee Has Meeting Leaders of the Family Life Committees of the County Home Demonstration Clubs met at the Agricultural Build inc in Whiteville on March 22. at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Bobby Sin sums. County Family Lif·· leader, presided during the meeting. The purpose of tIn* meeting was to discuss promo tion of a strong Family l ife Program in the Clubs through worship, work and recreation. Each club represented at the meeting adopted one or more of the goals recommended by "he Home Demonstration Pro gram in Family Relation« to help better homemakers. After serious discussion the aroti|> determined that it takes a lot of work, study, cooperation, faith, courage, prayer an«i understanding to make ρ happv. well adjusted life for each in , dividual member in the family. Present at the meeting were the folowing: Betty Ann Page. Western Prong; Mrs Reno Frink. Halls boro: Mrs. Waldo Marlowe. Old Dock: Mrs. Lyman Fowler. Sandy Pl.iin: Mrs. Η. II. Col lins. Smyrna; Mr«· Carolyt Thomson. Lake Waccamaw; Mrs I. W. West. North Tatum; and Mrs. Hattie Merle Sessions, White Marsh. Miss Evelyn Todd Weds Mr. Gibbons The wedding οι Miss Evelyn j Todd to Mr. Larry Gibbons was soleminized in Beulah Bap tist Church Sun-Jry. March 25. , following regula rchurch serv ice». The bride and groom enter ed the church together as Mis* ι Sonya Hinson played the Wed I ding March. Miss Peggy Edgti «eng a >olo, "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. I Burroughs Carter. — ^ Here the entire cast of the Tabor City Chorus' productio ι of "A Connecticut Yankee" poses for picture taking. The famous production will lie put on in the Tabor City School auditorium Thursday and Friday nights of this week. The chorus has produced similar nationally - known dramas for several years in a manner that has brought them considerable commomlatinm! (Jox-Clarkson Wedding Voivs Spoken In Tabor City Saturday Evening The church wis decoratcd ι with baskets of white galdiola. Miss 'Γι >dd wore a white street lengt hd.ess. a head piece decorated with Mother of Ftbii seeds, and carried a whit-· Bible topped with three whit · Cui nations. After the ceremony, the cou ple left on a wedding trip to FloHda. FjeiezingT α Iked Xt Women's Ateet •"Freezing Techniques" wa · the topic of :i Frozen Food* Training School ' eld in th> kitchen of the C>inthouse Αί ;-.e.\ hist Thursda.· by Yvonn·· Binned and Eiilne Blake Questions on freezing weivasK ed and answered by a panel oi fco d conservation ler.ders iron various clubs. A crosswor« puzzle was worked by the group of leaders on freezing corn. Kiss Bennett rit monstrate-i the proper way to blanch vege tables. Broilablo pou.hes lor special diets werf demonstrat io! and how t'> riobone a thick en «nd make a chickin rol! foi the freezer. Packaging materials that ..rj available on the market were discussed, including the tin ciiiis with plastic enclosures. The leaders a*tending thi·: meeting will give a freezing demonstration in their home demonstration club in April Attending the meeting were the following: Mrs. D. Η Casque. Mrs. Tom LudJum, Mrs. David Moore. Mrs. Minnie Pridecn. Mrs. Ralph .lolly. Mrs. Osro Mills, Mrs. D. W. Russ. Mrs. Α. Ρ McClary. Mrs. Beasley Strickland. Mrs. Luther High Mrs. Wilton Davis. Mrs. Odes · ««; Dew. Mis miner Norris. Mrs. Ralph Norris. Mrs. J J. Carroll. Mrs. Humphrey Hew ctt, Mrs. R. C. Sessions. Mrs iBiuce Richardson, and Mrs Henry Elliott, ι WMU General Meeting Held At Fair Bluff Wednesday evening. March 21. at 7:00 on Family Night at tin Baptist Church in Fair Blutf the W. Μ U gcmral meeting 1 was held. A program on "How To Witness to R »man Catho lics" was well given by th«· Jeanette Hunker Circlc. Mrs. Cl>de Townsend \< as assisted by Mesdnmes P. L Eivlogton. Blllie Small and Gordan Small. Jr. Mrs. J. ('. R-'gers spoke of the Annie Armstrong offering's (rtport. She brought to groups attention the W. M. U. District meeting to be held at Western I Prong Church on April 11, and urged the attendance of all who could attend. Twelv» members were In attendance Jt I this general meeting. j You are invited to follow thi garden trail in Convfcay, stop ir. these six lovely gardens and walk through the beauty founr tliere. ..iiw iJtt r ti > ·_· lux Become the bride of Cecil W. Clarksoiv Jr. March 24. at 6 o'clock at a c.mdelight ceremony at th·· hi ·ηΐι· of her parents in Tabor City. N. C. Dr. C. D. Brearlv, former pastor of the First pr ij; t- rian Chiirch of Myrtle Γ.ΐίΚα. S. C. officiated u.>tn ; the doublo-ring cei emony. The bride and groom enter et· together and the vows were s«.id in tront >f hi arched bra·-·; candelabrn and baskets of white glaciiloviM. Λ reo>ifBing of ormusic narle by Mrs. La<»F Erie Green, sister of ta proom. was played prior to th.· wedding. Selections were "Wed ding Prayer," "Träumerei,"' " At Dawning" "Intermezzo" an I "Through the years." The bride wore a suit and l".:-t of embroidered broeateli· .«'tin and bei,ie shoes. Her coj ;Tpe was white or -hid. Mrs. Lady Erie Green, sister of the groom was matron of honor. Sh<· wore an ιν,ιιι cm· br< irered cotton dress wth a sweetheart neckline and « di-inty matching flower ban.l iau. Her corsage was of brow·· orchids. Ben Clarkson. biothei of tit«· groom, served as best man. Mrs. Cox, m«>ther of the bride wore a green and white si!k μι nit dress and u corsi'gc brown orchids. RECEPTION Parents 01 the bride enter tained the wedding party at 1 1« ception following the cere mony at their home. The din ing room was dec »rated in yei II D Club Mrs. Luther Nortis was hos tess to the Sandy Plains Home Demonstration Club Tuesday of lest week. The meeting wa:; held in the Community Center ;ind Mrs.· Keith Blake gave ο demonstration on turniture ar rangements. Reports were mrdc by Mrs. Marvin Lewis >11 crafts and Mrs. Luther Morris on health. Mrs. Ruby Noiris was in charge of devotional. Mrs. Homer Adams presided. During the sociil h«»ur, Mrs. Lunice Williams won the prize Refreshments were served to 15 members. Mrs. Floyd Norri.; was recognized as a visitor. The April meeting will be held at the Community Center 11. tli*· 17th witli Mrs. Ressi * Νorris, hostess. Morrison Named Sen. James B. Morrison, of Georgetown, will serve ns Judge ' f the newly-created 15th Ju j c'iciai District, comprised οί Horry and Georgetown count · ; ies. CAR» or ΤΙΙΛΜΚβ We wish to express our sin cere appreciation for the many kindnesses extended to us dur ing the llne«s and passing of Uur sister. Everything possible was done by kind friends for our assistance and comfort, and we shall alwajs be grate ful, I The family of Mi»» Kate Junes low and white floral arrange ments. The BriJes table was covered with a lau cloth. Th·* three-tie red cake, topped wit»» wedding bell.·, was cncirclcd with white rose biuis and pale j.rcvn leaves. Lime i.e. indiv: fi-al wcdditi« cikes and mint.; were also served. For traveling the bride chose at. oil-white wool suit wil.i iiiink collar, malchitij* bei.*.'·· ac cessories Mid the orchi.. iron her wedding .suit. Mrs. Clarkson. f'sinuhter υΐ Mr. and Mrs. Ulli.·. Cox, attend ed Coker' College, has lor til" P'·:·' 1 in years botii employe«·' b\ Myrtle Beach Lumber Com pany. Mr. Claikson. .-on of the late 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Clark son. attended the University οί j s C. and has for the past sc.·· j t ral years been employed by ' iht Post Office Department >f. M\rtle Heach where the couple | ν il Imake their home after a trip to Florida. Out of town guest were: Mr. Mrs. W. 1). C'<>x, Mrs. lieu l .h Hardee, Mrs. Emma Ilob- ι v-its of Raieich, N. C.; Mr.;. Lula McCormiek. Florence; Mr. j i.nd Mrs. Thorn is Hills, Mr. ' si id Mrs. J. Ft. Mrogdon, Mr. ai.d Mrs. L. L. Lowder, Mr. ; ud Mrs. D. M. Campbell, Mr. ;»nd Mrs. Η. K. Sanders, Mr. ;nul Mrs. Ε. E. Pres-.'ott, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen, Mrs. Edna Huegins and Miss Marlyn Le.; oi Myrtle Beach, S. C. · |j MALE HELP WANTED — Wanted salesman—you can earn from -two to four hun dred dollars per week. Mu>". have car. be neat in appear ance and preferably som·· selling experience. For ap pointment write P. O. Ho.» -*· 234 Wümingtomor c«ll „762 1803. \ 21 t" It's just around the corncr — Come in now and make ^ your Easter Sclcctions — All kinds of pretty things to dress you up on Easter! ! EASTER DRESSES Junior — Junior Petite Missy and Half Sizes By: R & Κ — Nellie Don Yestbury^— Jonathon Logan Robbie Brooks — Berkshire Children's Dresses From Tots To Teens By Ruth Originals, Tiny Town & Cari Classics Easter Hats Variety of Style« Flow rex & Straws All Colons $3.98 to $10.95 Hand Bogs Wide Selection To Choose From Others Arriving: Daily $2.98 up Gloves In ΛII Pastel Colors AND Costume Jewelry To Complete Your ι Easter Outfit* JUST ARIIVEt RED HOT TWIST BLOUSES SPORTSWEAR.... Blouses φ Skirts φ Jackets # Slim Ponts # Jamaicas By: Bobbie Brook« — Queen Caxual Jantzen and Donn Kenny TABOR CITY, Ν. C.