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TEN Arts Club Show Prize Awarded To George Good Private View Tonight At Library to Open Annual Exhibit "Help Wanted." by George Good won first prize in the annual Arts Club shDW whi:h opens this evening in the ieiture roccn of the Wilmington Public Library with a private vie- at 8 o'clock for members and friends.. Ths exhibition, which will close D:a. 12 will fc? cpen dai:y from noon tu 6 p. m. Hanera-bls mention went to "Railroad Cresting," by Walter Py!e. Jr.: 'Mendinhall," also by Mr. Pyle, and 'Hays'ack,' by Edward Grant. More than 93 pictures are in the show, making it one of the largest exhibitions by club members. Included ars etchings, water co!ors, and sketches. Following are the pictures and exhibitors: '"Ice and S'mlisht.' Joseph J. O'Keefe; 'Red Barn."' Edward Grant: "Fir Tree In Snow," AUce Whitten: '-Maine." Ellen H. Dav;d5on: "Mendinha,, Walter Pyle. Jr.: -Haystacks." Edward Grant: "Blue Shadow." Edward Grant: "Maine." Ellen H. Davidson: 'Six:h and Woodlawn, Walter P?. Jr : '-Chrysanthemum." Ai:ce -Whitten: 'Old Drawyers." Rarah Stafford: "Red Bara." Ellen Bayard Kennelly; "Bcllanca." Sarah Stafford: "Before the Storm." Gertrude H. Balch: 'Sycamore. Tree In Snow." Alice Whitten: "Hack's Point." Sarah Stafford: "Winter. ' Mary P. Webster: ' Scuth Side Industry," Walter Stewart. "" EIward Grant; 'Farm Buildings." Edward Grant: B. and O. E3:iroad Bridge." Ellen H. Davi-dr-on: "3f.ll Li.'e." E'.lea Eayard Kennelly; 'The Gss-:?ers." Gertrude H. Baich: "Snow Scene." Ai:ce Whitten: "Kcopes Reservoir," Ellen Bayard Kennelsy: "November Snow," Joeph J. OKeef?: 'The Orchard." Frank Delia Donna: "Yard Engine." Francis A. -Jennings: "Backyard." Frederick Vcgel: "White Washed Ho-j?e." Frederick Vogel: "Path Throt"5h the Pines." Ellen Bayard Kennelly: "Buoys. E-iTge Moor Dock." Ellen H. Davidson: "Stormed Tree." Jane Ma- honev: "East of Market Street." Joseph 1 J O Kee:e: ' rne R?ce. ' Louise Dei:a PFiE-XMAS SPECIAL! 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I the Brilliance of Aeir Clothes f 4 8 i ! lv Iff jl Quality Cleaning PLANT 18th & Art Show Chairman 3 . .; - 3 i 1 1 1 40, '5. Kr MISS GERTRUDE BALCH Rocca; "Svill Lite," Louise Delia Rocca; "The Fish Man," Gertrude H. Balch. "Ths Railron-d Bndrc," Gertrude H-Balch; 'Florida Trees." Mary P. Webster; "Nantucket wharf," Ellen Bayard Ken-nelly; "Minnesota Landscape," Mary P-We&srer; '"Old Braacyw;nc Bridge." W. Garrett Hume; "Straw Stac't." Mary P. Webster: "The Farm W'ago-n," Francis A. Jennings ; "Randaha." Jeanne tie filocomo Edwards; "Long wood Gardens," Bayard T. Berndt; Stone's Piace," Bayard T. Berndt; 'Summertime at Skee Corner,"' EJIen Bayard Kennclly; 'Sleeping Cat." Sarah Street- "At the Wharf." Clara Finfc-ei stein: "Hills of Kennett." Margery Pyle; "Marketing," Clara Finkelstein; "Railroad Crossing," Walter Pyle Jr.: "Nude." Charles R. Reed: "Central Park." Margery Pvle; "Farm at Clifton Mill." Margery Pyle: "At Night." Clara Finkelstein. "Symphony Pathetique." Mahoney and Hopfc-ns: "Backyard." Gertrude H. Balch; Fast; S:d Sky Line." Caroline Martin Smith: "Bike Races," Sarah Street; "Afternoon N'ap." Marion Gray; "Sixty Three Rue cle Se.n. Paris," Laussat R. Ro?ers: Pensive." Marion Gray; "Seista. Marion Gra; "Weed Cut." Joseph Hopkins: "Second Street Dump.'' Caroline Martin Smith; "Sund?v Morning." Caroline Martin Smi'h; "Across llth S'.rest Bridge," Caroline Martin Smith: "Stillness." Jane Mshoney: "Beach Combers' Marvin Krntz; "White Hou;c." Francis A. Jennings ; " Deserted." Edward Grant. "Osonquit. Maine." Eln H. Davidson; 'Boat Houpe," Marvin Kratz; S'. Anthony's." Francis A. Jenninss: "C".othe Line." Marvin Kratz; "Blue House. Henry Clay." Elien Bayard Kennelly; "Near Newport." Walter Pyle. Jr.; "Under th? Bridge." Francis A. Jennings: "The Card Players." Gertrude H. Balch; ' Play." Ciara Finkelstein: "Jumping Rope." Clara Finkelstein: "From My Winlow." Gertrude Baich; 'Yellow Houe," Walter Pyle. Jr.; ' Help' Wanted," George W. Good; "Riber Road." Sarah Stafford. "Stanton Barns," Walter Pyle. Jr. Two juniors. Gertruds Brinckl. and Samuel Horr.sey, contribute to the show by exhibiting two -of their water colors. Constance Moore also is a junior. Members of the show committee are: Gertrude H. Balch. chairman; Mrs. Ellen H. Davidson. Aice Whitten. Sarah Street, Edward Grgnt. and Marvin Kratz. Mr. Pyle is president of the club. Other officers are: V.ce-preident. Mr. Frank Doughertv; secretary. Mi Caroline Martin Smith; treasurer, Mr. W. Garrett Hume. Social Service Fair Today The annual social service fair ol the Friends Meeting will be held from 2 to 7 o'clock today in the meeting house, Fourth and West Streets. Mrs, James H. Young is general chairman. & SONS CO. Saver Bros. 3 a I Give Your Wardrobe a "Beauty Treatment" PER CLENE W H A T SAYER BROS. CLEANING DOES Removes sugar and most fruit juice soils, water spots and perspiration odors as well as all soils, removed by ordinary cleaning. It revies brilliance and color and the feel of newness, and removes harmful and discoloring particles of imbedded dirt. (Dial Bin and Laundering MARKET STS. WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS, WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. MONDAY, Nemours Head Will Address City Federation Dr. A. R. Shands, Jr., To Tell Club Women Of Activities Dr. A. R. Shands, Jr., medical director of the Nemours Foundation, will speak at the December meeting of the Wilmington City Federation of Women's Clubs and Allied Organizations on Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. in the clubrooms of the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. Frank W. Milling will preside. He will discuss the work of the foundation. The program is in charge of Mrs. J. Merrick Horn and also will include Christmas music. Mrs. Lillie S. Riley is chairman of ho.steses. They are: Mrs. Thomas Donaldson, Mrs. Norman C. Downs, and Mrs. William R. Mueller of the Wilmington Chapter, Women's Organization of the National Retail Druggists Association. An executive meeting is called for 10 a. m. JUNIOR SECTION. WILMINGTON NEW CENTURY CLUB Mrs. M. G. Fontana, Lancaster Village, will be hostess to an informal meeting of the Junior Section of the Wilmington New Century Club this afternoon. The meeting will be preceded by an anniversary song rehearsal at 1:15 o clock in the clubhouse. The Christmas dinner on Mon day, Dec. 19, at the University Club will take the place of the monthly business meeting of the group. Mrs. Gecrge B. duBois is in charge of reservations. JUNIOR SECTION. KENNETT SQUARE NEW CENTURY CLUB The Junior Section of the Kennett Square New Century Club will hold the first of a series of public affairs programs to provide funds for the community playground on Monday-evening. Dec. 19. The program will consist of a motion picture and singing. Mr. William Banta. president of the! club, announces that the fund goal is $100. Delaware Antique Exhibit Opens Today I Mrs. Ethel Ball Staniar will entertain at her home before the seventh annual Delaware Antique Exhibit opening today in the Hotel DuPont. It will continue tomorrow and Wednesday. The show will open at 10 a. m. and will close at 10 p. m. Exhibitors from nine states will feature the best of their collections. Patrons and patronesses are: Mr. Stanley Arrhurs. Mr.E. Francis duPor.t Baich. Mrs. Gror7e P Bisseii. Mr. George Carson Boyd. Mrs Hamilton Braihaw. Mr, Edward Brmghurst. Mr. and Mrs. Willi Browning Mrs, C. Doyg'.ass Buck. Mr. and M-5. George CapeKe, Jr.. Mr. and Mrj. R. R. M. Car-pen'er. Mrs. Waiter Carpenter. Mr. an-1 Mrs. Lammot duPont Cpeiar.d. Mrs. F. B. Crosnmshieid. Mr.-. K. Greg Danby, Mrs. J. Simpson Dan. Mr. pr-.d Mrs Matt Dennin?. Mr. and M-s. T. E. Dore-mu5. Th? Msse.; Draper. Mrs. R. H. Dunham. Mrs. Cruchester cuPcr.t. Mrs. B. G. duPont. Mrs. Ern-st duPonr. Miss Amy duPnnt. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. duPont. Mrs. H, P. duPont. Mrs. Philip duPont. Mrs. p. S. duPont. Mr and Mrs. Annus Echois, Col. and Mrs. George A Eiliott. Mrs William Fenn. Jr.. Mrs. Wilham A. Edison. Mrs. Robert Ferridy. Miss Perns, Mr. and Mrs. Ti'us Geeey. Miss Anne Gray. Mr. Louis Harris. Mr. H. G. Haskell. Hon. pnd Mrs. o. Hastings, Mrs. Allan Henry. Mrs. Cnar'.e-s Hiir.ns. Mrs. Char'.es HoKaday, Mis Eleanor John5on. Mr. and Mrs. David Lindsay. Jr.. Mr;. I B. Finkelstein. Mr. nnd Mrs. Waiter Lairi Mr. and Mr. Philip Laird. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Landon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lungpr. Mrs. Warren Marshal!. Mr. Charles MacLelian, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wheelwright. Mrs. Anne R. Moore, Mrs. Richard Dorsey Morgan. Miss Anna Nichols. Hon. and Mrs. John P. Nields. Mrs. Julien Ortiz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A., Owens. Mr. and Mr-s. Gamble A. Latrobe, Jr.. Miss Martha Perkins. Mrs. Ferdinand LaMotte. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Le Reese. Miss Elizabeth Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Eirnund Rob.nson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rumford. Mrs. Charles G Rupert.. Mr H Rodney Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schutt. Mr. Richard Sellers Miss Mary Sharp, Mrs. Clarence Southeriand. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Springer. Mrs. Gerald Street. Mrs. P. G. Tailman. Mr. snd Mrs. Walter G. Tatnall. Miss Thomas. Mrs. L. Sect Town-md. The Misses Wales, Hon. Leonard E. Wales. Mrs. A. D. Warner. Sr.. Mr and Mrs. Charles Warner. Mr. and Mr;. A. D. Warner. Jr., Mrs. Campbell Weir. Mrs. George Weymouth. Mrs. C. E. W:hitloci. Mr and Mrs. Reynolds Wilson. Mrs. Thompson Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Richards, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Worth. Mrs. Henry K. Thompson. .Mrs. Thomas Wilson. Mr. Paul Hesler. Mrs. Josiah Marvel. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erott. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Warner, Mr. Edward H Porter. Wedding Anniversary Observed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rago observed their thirty-seventh wedding anniversary at their home yesterday. 15 2 '1 All Orders Louis Hcchstein a n 3 n 2 8 a ft Fur Scarfs, Chokers, Chubby Jackets Make Stunning Gifts For a truly luxurious gift, one could think of nothing smarter or more practical. Without obligation of any sort, I'll gladly discuss style, furs and price with you. Your order placed now will be ready before Christmas LOUIS FURRIERS, n 4 Louis Hochstein, MARKET ST. 1215 2. First Independent Class Meets Tonight Tie Berean Cla.s will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the green room of the First Independent Churcli. A meeting of the official board of the church is scheduled for 7:30 o'clock in the church office. Prayer groups to which women of the church are invited will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. in the following homes: Mrs. Annie Brown, 1408 North Jackson Street; Mrs. J. . Campbell, 223 West Fourteenth Street; Mrs. J. E. Clark, 2329 West Eighteenth Street, and Mrs. H. R. Lindsay, 108 West Twentieth Street. A special invitation is extended to young people of the congregation to attend the Bible Fellowship on Wednesday at 5:45 o'clock in the church. A box supper will be f lowed by an hour of praise a.iJ Bible study. Miss Doris Schluntz, of the Racn-abai Mukti Mission, who has Just returned to America for her furlough, will speak at the mid-week service on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Schluntz will show two reels of motion pictures, one depicting life in Mukti and the other of scenes of the holy city, Pandra-phur. T7 m gagsinnieinilLs MISS MARY E. D. COOTES MR. PETER BELIN Mrs. Harry Newman Cootes, Alexandria, Va., has announced the engagement of her daughter. Miss Mary Elizabeth Dickson Cootes, to Mr. Peter Belin, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Lammot Belin, of "Ever- may," Georgetown, Washington. Mr Belin i a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre S. duPont, of "Longwood. The bride-to-be attended Concord Academy, Concord, Ma.., and was graduated from Smith College after having spent her junior year in study in France. Since her graduation she has been assigned to special duty at various international radio conferences by the State Department. She is well-known as a tennis player and has played in tourna ments in this country and in Europe. Last year ttie competed at Wimbledon in England and at Forest Hills. L. I. Mr. Belin is one of the survivors of the Hindenburg disaster, returning from a year's study in Paris on the dirigible which was destroyed by fire on May 6, 1937 at Lakehurst. He prepared at LeRosey School in Switzerland and at Hotchkiss Sshool and was graduated from Yale in 1936, where he was a member ot Alpha Delta Phi. Book and Snake and Aurelian Honor Society. He was a member of the soccer team for three years and took part in tennis, hockey, and track events. He fiiss his own plane. Recently Mr. Belin has been private secretary to Ambassador Hugh R. Wilson in Berlin, Germany, returning here with Ambassador Wilson when he was called from his post to make a report to President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull on recent events in Germany. Mr. Belin's father entered the diplomatic service in 1917 as private secretary to the minister at Peking. Later he served as first secretary at Constantinople and London. He was secretary of the American delegation at the London Naval Conference in 1930 and minister to Poland in 1932-33. Series of Lectures Will Open Tonight The Rev. Dr. John N. Cronin, Baltimore, will give the first of a series of lectures sponsored by the Catholic Action Forum tonight at 8 o'clock in the Ursuline Academy. The Very Rev. J. Francis Tu;ker is chairman of the forum, which includes numerous Catholic organizations of the city. A recently appointed committee on policy will plan to divide the various activities between related groups. Members of the committee are: Miss Ellen R. Ford, Miss Mary McCloskey. Mr. Edwatd Pollard. Mr. Harry Miller, and Mr. Raymond F. Coakley. D. A. K. Chapter Holds Tea The Junior Group of the Caesar Rodney Chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, held a silver tea on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Walter S. Williams. 101 Rodman Read, Penny Hill. Miss Pauline Godfrey was hostess. Card Party at Orange Hall Miss Cora Cann and Mrs. Peter Herlihy will be hostesses for the card party tonight at 8:15 o'clock in Orange Hall, sponsored by the Ladies Guild of St. James Protectory. Bridge, 500, pinochle and other games will be played. Placed Now For Making, Remodeling, Repairing, will be Ready before Xmas! In style, quality, workmanship and price, I guarantee to please you. My work is backed by 23 years reputation as a fur-stylist in Wilmington. Convenient Terms Arranged n Ready-Made or Made-to-Order Fur or Cloth Coats. Inc. I Mgr. Ph. 2-03S7 Winner Among 'VV. St.:. . ' y'V' M i iV4fX r-&Z" .. Only man to compete in the second national crochet contest among 183 000 "women was Gilbert Jordan of Enfield. II!., who won honorable mention for his bedspread he displays above at the American Women's Club, New York. He is a mail carrier. World War veteran, married and has a child. Crocheting the spread took 15 months. D. A. R. Chapter Holds Christmas Program Ccoch's Bridge Chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, held its Chris'mas prcgram on Saturday at ths hc.r.e of Mrs. Ruth A. McKinsey in this city. Assisting nosteiscs were Miss Greta L. McKinsey and Mrs. Msry L. Foreman. Among the guests were Mrs. James Hutchison S:ott, state regent, Mrs. Howard Jernee, and Mrs. William Sinclair. Cooperation was voted in the following naiional. state. and loci! projects: Delaware Guide, D. A. R. School, planting of 12CO pine seed lings, r.aticnal endowment fund for Delawars Rccm in Washin-jton, Christinas welfare work in Newark, and state radio prcgram work. Mrs. Edward W. Cooch, historian, is in charge of the purchase of line-E:e books for genoalogical ressarch work. Reports, were made by department heads. Mrs. H. B. McKay and Mrs. Elsie Armstrong were appointed chapter hostess chairmen. Deleratss and alternates to the state D. A. R. mecnri? in this city Fe'j. 22 arc: Mrs. J. Irvm Dayett. Mrs. McKimcy. Mrs. Edw&rd W. Cccch. Mrs. William A. Gilmore. Mrs. W. Frank Wiiscn, and Mrs. Alex D, Ccb'o. Mi-s Audrey Miller, Mrs. Arthur B. Eastman, Mrs. W. S. Bcgart, and Mrs. Lcuise Hentiey. Miss Virginia. Cooch, president, and Miss Wanda Gilmore represented Robert Kirkwood Chapter, C. A. R., at the meeting. The chapter recently organized this children's group. Will Attend Theater Conference Mrs. George S. Hyde and Miss Helen Louise Taylor will represent the local Junior League at the Children's Theater Conference opening today in Montclair. N. J. The Wilmington League is one of 39 eagues that will take part in the conference. Couple Married 61 Years Mr. Mrs. William H. E-lack-iston of 612 Wcsi Street, observed their sixty-first weddinj ann versary at their heme yesterday. They received many cards and telegrams. Mrs. Blackiston is 80 and her husband 85. They have seven children, 21 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren. Church Club Dinner Postponed Postponement of ths Episcopal Church Club winter dinner meeting until a date in January to be selected later, iris announced by the committee Saturday. The affair had been scheduled for Dec. 8 at the Hotel DuPont. Marks Birthday Anniversary Mr. William L. Crossan observed his ninetieth birthday anniversary at his home, 90S West Street, yesterday. Mr. Crossan retired several years ago after being associated with the Harlan Hollingsworth Company for a number of years. Ladies Auxiliary to Hold Party The Ladies Auxiliary of Appomattox Camp, Sons of Veterans, will meet tonight in the P. O. S. cf A. Hall. 406 West Seventh Street. Miss Vera Wittenberg will preside. A Christmas party will follow with Mrs. Margaret J. Hahn as chairman. IN TIME FOR WM, MISS Bay at Factory sTHIS WEEK Prices HEAT & LIQUID RESISTING Also Remarkablo Reductions - in the Latest De Luxe til -fPX itr Wood avatop iim 3 DECEMBER 5, 1938 185,000 Women ', . AMOMG LOCAL 7jr MR. AND MRS. CRAWFORD H. GREENEWALT and Mr. and Mrs. C. Wanton Balis, Jr., entertained at a small dinner dance Saturday evening in honor of Miss Alison Ward and Dr. C. Lalor Burdick, whose marriage will take p'ace, this month. 1 Mrs. Lammot duPont. Jr.. was a guest at the St. Regis Hc-tel, New York City, for several days last week. Wilmington visitors last week at the Waldorf-Astoria. New York, were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Campbell, Mrs. Clement W. Miller, and Miss Rosa Laird. U. S. Senator John G. Townsend, Jr.. is at, the Shoreham in Washington for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Wiimer Stiadley left !a:t week for a month's visit to California. Miss Florence E. Young and Miss Mildred Simon spent the week-end in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Parnell and sons, Gilbert and Joseph, of Indiana. Pa., have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Parnell s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Walker. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Lahr of Wawaset were among the guests at the opening of th.3 Breakers Hotel. Palm Beach, on Thursday. Mrs. Mildred Kahler-Geare. Baltimore, was a week-end guest cf Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pitcher of Greenville. Junior and senior assemblies under the direction of Mrs. Roger Stone were held Saturday evening in the Wilmington New Century Club auditorium. Mrs. Juliette M. Pyle was patroness for the junior assembly and Mrs. Walter H. Mat-son for the senior assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Collins, Worthiand, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at the Delaware Hospital on Nov. 27. Mrs. Collins is the former Miss Hazel Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore V. Simpson, Marshall-ton. DuPont Country Club Dance The DuPont Country Club featured its last social event before the holidays with a dance at the clubhouse on Saturday night. Mr. H. F. Jones was chairman, assisted by Mr. W. S. Armstrong. Mr. V. P. Beirigcr, Mr. H. B. Graham, Miss Anna I. Courtney, Mr. R. C. Hof-fecker. Mr. Warren Mendenhall, Mr. G. B. Ogle, and Miss Marie Parker. Auxiliary Christmas Party A Christmas Party will be held by the Woman's Auxiliary of the Cathedral Church of St. John tonight at the home of the president. Mrs. Howard D. Jester. 1919 Washington Street. The party will follow the business meeting. CHRISTMAS ONLY! Grain Fads! BEMSeNTAriVt WILL CALL WITH SAMPLES AND MEASUKt YOUH TAILS FEEI We make tuburban calls within a radius of 20 mile 2-6014 H f-' S 4 A h i'i oil i) 21 I MADE TO cLJk ORDER V. F. W. Auxiliary Meets Tomorrow The Ladies Auxiliary of the Department ol Delaware, Veterans of Foreign Waxs, will meet tomorrow night at 106 Seventh Avenue with members of the Polish-American Auxiliary, 3257, as hostesses. The meeting will convene at 8:30 o'clock with Mrs. Sophie H. Grcchowiki. department president, presiding. Mrs. Mary Wroblewtki is president of the hostess group. Announcement is made of the postponement of the meeting of the auxiliary to Jacob Ferdinand Speer Post, No. 615 from Wednesday night of this week until Wednesday evening, Dec. 14. A Christmas party will be held in conjunction with the meeting at the post home, 3208 Market Street. Mrs. Lillian Schorr, chairman of the Christmas party, will be assisted in arrangements by the auxiliary president, Mrs. Emily M. Shields. W MISS GRACE LACEY MR. GEORGE M. TAYLOR The weridins of Miss Grace Lacey, daughter of Mr. John Lacey and if-io late Mrs. Lacev. this city, ana Mr. Georee M. Tavlor. son of Mrs. Oliver N. Melson. Brack-Ex, took nio!- Nov. 25 at the narsonaee Ol Brack-Ex M. E. Church with the Rev. R. High Adams omciaung. Miss Pleasant Lacey, sister of the bride, and Mr. Norman Melson, stepbrother of the bridegroom, attended the couple. "VTr Tavlnr nnrt Hie hride will live at 215 Central Avenue, Brack-Ex. Christmas Bazar at Hospital A Christmas bazar will be neid by the nurses' class of 1940 at the Delaware Hospital this evening. Cakes, candies, fancy work, and novelties will be sold. An entertainment also is planned. Miss Fannie Reed is class SDonsor. Chairmen of the bazar are: Mlss Marian Weike, decorations; Miss Mildred Miller, refreshments; Miss Virginia Jones, entertainment; Miss Phyllis Pisor, Miss Virginia Ferguson. Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Miss Olga Haraleska, and Miss Carli&a Atkins, gifts. Kent P. E. Auxiliaries to Meet Women's Auxiliaries cf Protestant Eoiscopal Churches in Kent County will meet at Christ Church in Dover on Wednesday. The program will open at 10:30 a. m. The principal speaker will be Miss Caroline Gillespie of Edgernont, N. C. Bridge Party at Country Club Associate women members of the DuPont Country Club held a dessert bridge party at the club on Friday. Mrs. Herbert S. Drew was chairman, assisted by Mis. A. M. Potter, Jr., and Mrs. Edmond W. Tobin. Parent-Teacher Group to Meet The Parent-Teacher Association of Sacred Heart School will meet in the auditorium Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. John Horty will preside at the business session. Auxiliary Will Serve Supper The Woman's Auxiliary of Im-manuel P. E. Church will se-ve a supner Thursday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock in the parish house. Chtitnut Street at tlte . id tlte 2ufleni Jlctel yttatket at (l event It teef uettaif an J. VeilneiXajf ecemlet 0 attJi 7 Mis Eleanor (Sportswear) Mist Andersen (French Solon) Mr. Green Girls' Shop) The True Story of a Nervous Woman and HER ASTOUNDING CONQUEST OF FEAR AND FRAILTY CAUSED BY IRON-POOR BLOOD & VITAMIN B1 SHORTACE This is the sfory of a woman whose return to strength and pep is so thrillin?, she wants others to benefit from her -experience. It Is not important to know her name think of her as a friendly neighbor. She says "I have always been healthy, yet suddenly, after the birth of my child. I became anemic, pale and sickly. All the time I feit desperately tired and then my nerves seemed to go smash Every little thing made me Jumpy and afraid. I quarreled with my husband and didn't want 33 Symptoms Confused mind Headache especially in back of head) Mentally depressed TJnduly fralous Morbid fear Always undecided Often embarrassed . Fear of calamity ' Morning lassitude Lack of vest Lack ef confidence of Nervousness You can't concentrate Nervous indigestion Flushing of face Excessive yawning Nausea in stomach Heaviness of limbs Cold hands and feet Irregular pulse Tender, tente scalp Twitching muscles Difficulty In sleep Heavy eyes Ringing In the ears Sweating of palms Bpells of faintness Vague shooting pains Chronic drowsi Energy Is abort- lived tpwti by lost steep Peevishness Annoyed by noise Constant worry ness Many of these condition are due to trn-pnwr lnd and vitamin Bl shwrtsg REV. PURDY TO GIVE BANQUET ADDRESS Claymont Bible Class Will Hear Speech Friday Night; Women Set Tea Thursday CLAYMONT, Dec. 4 The Rev. Willard G. Purdy, paitor of the First and Central Fresoyterian Church, Wilmington, will be the guest epeak-er at the seventh annual banquet conducted bv the Mens Brother-hoot. Bibli Class of the Claymont M. E. Church at 6:30 o'clock Friday night. George Palmer, president, is in charge. Members of the Ladies Aid Society of the church will hold a Bond Bread" tea in the Sunday School audiiorium at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cecil Garvin. Sr., is chairman. The group will hold a regular meeting Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Boy Scout Troop No. 51 will meet at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night. The Rev. Charles A. Rantz, rector at the Episcopal Church of Ascension here this morning, dedicated a set of eucharistic candlesticks, a gift from Mrs. P. B. Lightner in memory of her late husband, the Rev. P. B. Lightner, rector of the local church about 1890. Other gifts to the church also were dedicated. A large crowd attended the special services. Mrs. Nellie Saeger will be chairman of the card party to be sponsored by the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in the old rectory tomorrow night at 8:30 o'clock. A holy day will be observed by members of the parish Thursday. Masses will be held at 6. 7 and 8 a. m. by the Rev. Francis X. Fitzpatrick, pastor. 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