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NINETEEN WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1942 patient at The Memorial Hospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. ELSMERE PASTOR Couple Takes Nuptial Vows NEW CASTLE TOUR ni if Eiridl mi 1 1 WITH THE SERVICE MEN Alice Lloyd Will Become Bride Aug.

28 Will Wed N. H. Woods At Newark Methodist Church Lieut. Richard M. Durbin, 3403 Franklin Place, is taking a special course at the Chemical Warfare School at Edge wood Arsenal, Md.

A mechanical engineer in civilian life, Lieutenant Durbin is attached to the 504th Signal Air Wing Regiment. The course which he will be taking until Aug. 29 is designed to familiarize officers in the aviation ground force with the fundamentals of chemical warfare. John V. Toner, son of Mr.

and Mrs. John Toner, 10 Atkins Avenue, Park, has returned to duty with tne Navy at Norfolk, after three days' leave which he spent Families of soldiers planning to visit them at Fort Dix are advised bv Lewis Sussman, provost marshal at the post, to make sure of the numbers of the man's XX XX XX XX Mr. Charles P. Pesce Before her marriage on Wednesday Mrs. Pesce was Mist Mary Etta McNemar of Kennett Square, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. R. Bruce McNemar. XX XX company ana regiment, imy siiuuni njng sept. 9 also arrange a meeting place in ad- cnaries C.

Dawson, president, con-vance such as one of the service the meeting of the Board of clubs. Surprise visits are unwise -rmslees in which only routine busi-since the visitors may find the man ness was transacted and reports on they seek has suddenly been trans- condition of the church property Services Will be Held Two Sundays in Summer When Church is Usually Closed Special to The Morning News ELSMERE, Aug. 13 Routine business featured the meetings of the Elders and the Board of Trustees in the Elsmere Presbyterian Church last evening. The Rev. Clarence S.

Hoffman, pastor, presided over the Session meeting and It was decided that since the pastor will not take a vacation this summer that regular worship services will be held Aug. 30 and Sept. The Session will outline fall nlnnK and nroCTams at tneir next meeting on Wednesday eve- were presented. Clubbed Meeting Planned The meeting of the J. J.

J. Club of He planned for this week was cancelled and the organization will not meet until September at the home of Miss Marion Shortess on Hawthorne Acenue, Roselle. Teddv Littman, son of Mr. and rtv uttman. a Central Av'cnue Brack-Ex.

is spending some timc with his cje ani aunt. Dr. and Mrs. C. M.

Schaffer, at their summer home in Oakland Manor, and with his grandfather at Carlisle. Pa. Early next week Mrs. Littman will visit friends in York, and later will visit her sister in Oakland Manor. The Rev.

John E. Jones, pastor of the Brack-Ex Methodist Church, spoke at the morning session of the annual Good Citizenship Day ob servance today at the Brand ywine Summit Campmeeting. Women Will Meet The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Brack-Ex Meih-odist Church will hold the August business meeting tomorrow night at 7:45 o'clock in the church social hall. Mrs. Eugene W.

Crossan, president, will preside and a report will be presented on the success of the recent peach and ice cream festival. Early fall activities will also be discussed. A social hour will follow with Mrs. Lewis D. Armstrong, Mrs.

George Davis. Mrs. J. P. Brown.

Mrs. J. Julian Barnes and Mrs. Leonard E. Barnes as hostesses.

Mrs. Robert Eastburn, 3 North PASS 5 VACATION Mr. and Mrs. C. T.

Mentzer, Manor, Pa. Mrs. J. Kennard Bailey and Mrs. C.

J. Perry, have been in New York, stopping at the Hotel Bilt-more. Mrs. Charles T. Jones of Jackson Heights, New York, has returned home after spending two weeks as a guest of Mr.

and Mrs. Ernest J. Lorn ax of Marshallton Heights. MaryMcNemar, Charles Pesce Wed in Church Bridegroom Member Of U. S.

Air Force At Fort Jackson Miss Mary Etta McNemar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce McNemar of Chatham, and Private First Class Charles P. Pesce of Ken- nett Square were married Wednes day in St.

Patricks R. C. Church at Kennett Square. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Victor Pesce, Sr, of Kennett Square. The assistant rector of the church, the Rev. John Cummings, performed the ceremony. Miss Jane McKirachan of Kennett Square gave an organ recital before the cere-! mnnv i The bride was ziven in morris by her brother. Mr.

Lee McNemar kPtl, iJ, of Chatham. She wore a gown of white starched chiffon and satin i with a fitted bodice and a sweet- iiccuv utMiiir. iiic 1UU iCU to a long train. Her finder tip length tulle veil was caught with orange blossoms. She carried gardenias and bou-vardia.

Mrs. Adolph E. Pesce, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, was the matron of honor. She wore pale orchid of starched chiffon. The tight fitted bodice had a sweetheart neckline, bishop sleeves, and a long full skirt.

Miss Jessie Pesce. sister of the bridegroom, was the maid of honor She wore a gown of pale green starched chiffon. Miss Mae Mc- Nemar, sister of the bride, wore a nai vellow starrhert rhifTrm All 1 ui uic autiwsnii wpre maue aime. meir neaa aresses were veils of shoulder length and halos of flowers. Mr.

Adolph E. Pesce was best i man for his brother. The ushers 2iFOUR COUPLES OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Louisiana Eleanor Rodenhiser, A. H. Alexander Are Married Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Ewing Rodenhiser of this city announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Eleanor M. Rodenhiser, to Private First Class Allen Hayes Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen V.

Alexander of Kenton. The marriage took place in Many, on Aug. 6. The couple will make their home temporarily in Many, going later to Port Bliss, Texas. The bride attended the Pierre S.

duPont High School and was a member of the Geppa Don Sorority. She was active in the West Presbyterian Church Senior Choir. Private Alexander is with the Fifth Cavalry. Before enlisting he was associated with the Hercules Powder Company. AMONG LOCAL FOLK R.

AND MRS. JAMES STROUD weeks vacation at the Delmar Hotel in Ocean City, N. J. Miss Dorothea Rothwell of Newark will receive her masters degree in commercial science at Boston University on Aug. 15.

Miss Rothwell Is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Goldey College and is on the faculty of the Newark High School. During the summer she had the honor of being made a member of the National Honorary Business Educational Fraternity. Mrs. John W. Dixon and her daughter, Linda, have returned to Kennett Square while Mr.

Dixon is serving in Africa with the U. S. Army. Mrs. Dixon is the former Miss Florence Cleaves, and formerly lived at Windsor Locks, Conn.

She is staying with her brother, Mr. George Cleaves, and his family at me present. Miss Ysabel Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Thompson Brown! oi "uiw: Monicnanm, is a BUY WAR SAVINGS BONDS Enlarged to shoio detail A fine selection of COLORED STONE RINGS in UK. gold A Topoi- quorti ring, $37 JO. Dep-tond gem amethyst wHh ti cut diamond, $200. Royat blue xireon with two diamond, $42.50. 0 fine Hungarian opal surrounded with diamonds, $150.

Other rings, $12 JO to $250. Tax Included JCWECtRS mmxt Item i FOR BOYS TODAY Girl Scouts Will Conduct Y. M. C. A.

Party on Visit To Old Homes, Churches Special to The Morning News NEW CASTLE. Aug. 13 Tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock Troop No. 17 of the Girl Scouts will meet a group of boys numbering approximately 40, between the ages of 10 and 14 years, and conduct them on an educational tour of the town. The boys are members of the Y.

M. jC. A. in Wilmington and the trip is a part of their activities. Miss Mary E.

Shaw will assist the scouts and arrangements have been made to have the historic museums of Amstel House and the Little Dutch House open as well as the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Laird. Dr.

an Mrs. Lewis Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Newlin T. Booth.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Young, Miss Shaw, Arthur G. Logan, and the public buildings and churches.

This i is the first tour which has been ar- ranged this year. Edward C. Megginson, president of the State Road Community Club. will conduct the session next Wednesday night at State Road Chapel. The meeting of the State Road Home Demonstration Club will be postponed for the month of August and the next session is to be a picnic meeting at the home of Mr.

i and Mrs. Edward S. Megginson. George T. Lyon.

of New i Castle Manor, who has been under- going treatment at The Memorial i Hospital for the past week, was returned to his home today in the Good Will ambulance. Mrs. John Olivere was returned to her home at the Royal Oak Hotel today in the Good Will ambulance from the Wilmington General Hospital. Tomorrow morning the surgical dressing unit of the Red Cross Chapter will meet at the New Castle Century Clubhouse at 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. Hugh Galloway in charge.

The New Castle County Free Library will be open tomorrow night at 7 oclock in the Library Building for the distribution of books. Mrs. William Roberts of the Strand nas returned from Drexel Hill where s. 8na daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

Harold Fee Registration was light throughout the entire hundred todav which was flrt of two ia.rt.nn ttnv before the election in November and a total of 73 was rerjorted for the aay, ine weatner conaii.10115 inter- fered with the registration and kept many from enrolling PHANTOM BARBER' IS REPORTED CAUGHT PASCAGOtTLA. Miss Aug. 13 (UP) Police Chief A. W. Ezell said tonight that German-educated William A.

Dolan. 57, charged with attempted murder, conducted the one-man reign of terror here In June as the "phantom barber" in an effort to impair the morale of war workers. Ezell and Morris Talley. a detective of the Pinkerton's agency who has worked on the case for six weeks, announced that Dolan had been kept in an undisclosed out-of-town jail for three weeks. He was charged today with at tempted murder in connection with an attack on Mr.

and Mrs. Terrell Heidelberg just after midnight June 1 13. The Heidelbergs were slugged with an iron pipe as they slept in their home. In the same week, the "phantom barber" stole Into a home and a convent to shear the locks of three sleeping girls. In no case did the intruder steal anything or otherwise molest his victims.

LEAD OXIDE FREED FOR PRINTING INK WASHINGTON. Aug. 13 (IPs The War Production Board today authir-ized the use of orange mineral (lead oxide) In printing ink without restriction. An earlier order had limited the use of orange mineral to 70 per cent of 1941 consumption. Today's order also permits unrestricted use of varnishes containing clycerol phthalate resins and phenolic resins in making gloss ink.

non-scratch ink. or gloss overprint varnish if the varnishes were manufactured prior to March 30, 1942, for use in printing ink. Use of the resins had been forbidden. PICTURES Picture Framing Artist Supplies GIFTS CEO. HARDCASTLE SON 417 SHIPLEY ST.

Wilmington, Delaware Telephone 2-2314 Clifton Avenue, Roselle, has re-j turned from a visif with relatives were Mr. Paul Pesce the bride- ocaroorougn oi wnueiora. mq. ine groom's brother, and Mr. Lawrence bride 15 a graduate of the Henp- C.

Buckley of Kennett Square. Conrad High School. Corporal Scar- Mrs. McNemar, mother of the f. bride, wore a gown of powder blue I Md, High School and Go dey Col-crepe with white accessories and I here' e.S Delaware and Eastern Shore of Maryland couples observed wedding anniversaries recently.

Mr and Leonard pric. heM their hnm in Betterton, in nonor of their fiftieth wedding anniversary. The couple hgve Bp.terton for ,9 More than 100 euests at- td -air ceived many gifts. Mrs. Howard Toulson, grandmother; Mrs.

Edward Fellows, mother, and little Betty Jean Fellows, a great grand child. The following relatives and friends were present: Mr and Mrs. Hortt Toulson. Mr and Mr" Ralph Ontv. Mr an Edrd Mr and Mrs nooen r-ogfu.

jr. Mr. ana Mrs. Huriock. Mrs 8 Huoer and Kay.

Mr. ana Mrs. 1,. K. HOpttns and Bnljoy Hon- kins.

Mr. and Mrs. Ford. Mrs. H.

Gaventa. Mrs. Anna Walters. Mrs James E. Crawley.

Jran Crawley. Miss Bflie Hose, Mr and Mrs Howard A. Hur lock. Mrs. Mary Jane Keilner, Mrs Vioiet M.

Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Harvev B. Moore.

the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey B. Fiater. Miss Miss Alice Lloyd, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Cooper Lloyd of Newark, will become the bride of Mr. Norman H. Woods of Landenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Woods, at the parsonage of the Methodist Church in Newark on Aug. 28. Miss Lloyd will have as her matron of honor and only attendent her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Lloyd of Newark. Mr.

Edward Lloyd will be best man. A reception will follow the wedding at the Lloyd home. After a wedding trip the couple will make their home in Newark. Miss Lloyd is a gradual of Newark High School. Mr.

Woods is a graduate of the Avon-Grcv! fcchool of West Grove and is associated with the National Vulcanized Fibre Company of Newark ine bnde-to-oe will be guest of honor at a shower tonight in Newark. WEDDINGS MISS KATHRYNE M. CLIFTON SERGT. LYNAM C. GABY LMr and Mrs- Howard Clifton of Kenton have announced the mar riage of their daughter.

Miss Kath- ryne Marsh Clifton, to Technical Sergt. Lynam Charles Gaby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashland Gaby v. Mrs.

Gaby, who graduated from Washington College. Chestertown, and attended Temple University of Philadelphia. is a member of the faculty of Lord Baltimore School, Ocean View, Del. Sergeant Gaby, who is a radio technician, received his training at Monroe, Va. He is now stationed at Portsmouth, Va.

Sergeant and Mrs. Gaby are residing at 1209 Park Avenue, South Norfolk, Va, MISS DOROTHY M. FULTON CORP. RALPH W. SCARBOROUGH 1 Mr.

nd Mrs. Samuel Fulton of Elmhurst announce the marriage of Vinie rloiinVit Xlice lVii-nthu X.f r' "v-" borough. U. Army Air Corps, on Aug. 3 In Nashville, where he onel.

Corporal Scarborough is tne 5011 OI Mr- ana Mrs- Kusseil and Hill Company at Elsmere. MISS MARGARET FAY GIBSON SERGT. WILLIAM HENRY ROE Of Eastern Shore interest will be wMin i StiTwiav in the Metnoaist cnurcn at, musooro, ia, Miss Margaret Fay Gibson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harry Gibson of Queen Anne, and Sergt.

William Emory Roe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Roe, Jr, of Centreville, Md. The wedding ceremony will be performed at 2 o'clock bv the Rev.

Walter Stone, pastor. The matron of honor will be Mrs. George T. Pratt of Queen Anne, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids will be Miss Nancy Kline of Hills-boro and Miss Eleanor Flowers of Queen Anne.

Mr. Spedden Delahay of the United States Army will be best man. Mr. Robert Blair and Corp James Stewart of Chestertown will be ushers. Mr.

Gibson will give his daughter in marriage. Mrs. Mulford Swing of Easton will play the wedding music and Miss Betty Smith of Goldsboro will a violin solo. A reception will follow the ceremony. MISS MYRTLE MARY MARKER MR.

WILLIAM A. HUDSON Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Myrtle Mary Marker, daughter of Mrs. Lina Marker of Ellendale to Mr. William A. Hudson, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Edward T. Hudson of Rehoboth Beach. The wedding took place on Aug. 4 in Wesley Methodist parsonage at Georgetown.

The Rev. Omar E. Jones officiated. MISS OLGA MARY VACCARINI MR. JOHN AULD Mr.

and Mrs. Philip Vaccarinl of this city have announced the wedding of their daughter, Miss Olga Mary. Vaccarlni, to Mr. John Auld, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence Auld of Philadelphia, on July 23 In St. Elizabeth's R. C. Church. Officiating at the ceremony were the Rev.

James M. Grant, the Rev. Francis Desmond and the Rev. Edmund McDonough. Miss Margaret Gematteo played the wedding music.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and had her sister. Miss Joan Vaccarini as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Gloria Vaccarini and Miss Thelma Greco of Hazleton, Pa. Anella Greco of Hazleton was flower girl. Mr.

William Auld of Philadelphia, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Mr. Frank Geller and Mr. Bernard Brady of this city. Church ushers were Mr.

Victor Greco of Hazleton and Mr. Robert Auld. i i a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Pesce, the bridegroom's mother, wore a powder blue sheer with navy accessories.

A wedding breakfast was held at the Red Lantern. A f. thsn "Lrif' MJ H- open house reception given on Sun-Miss Helen Yerger. Mr. and Mrs.

Wii.iam M. Hurlock. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Green- day bv Mr- and Mrs- Harry Rltter-wood.

Capt. and Mrs. H. H. Hahn, Miss son of 1638 Ward Street, Linwood.

uaii pyle. Miss Kate H. Howard. Mi pa. In celebration of their fiftieth ferred.

All visitors entering Fort Dix are stopped and must be properly identified before they are given passes to visit military personnel on the post. Only blood relatives, wives, and sweethearts of soldiers are allowed admittance. Julian T. Burton, son of Mr. and i Mrs.

Thomas R. Burton, Rehoboth Beach, has Deen promoiea 10 ic rank of corporal at Schofield Bar racks, Hawaii. Samuel F. Heit. who is stationed in Panama, has been promoted to the rank of sergeant.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Heite, Dover. Ensign W. Arthur Fielden, 910 Adams Street is scheduled to graduate today from the Naval Training School at Fort Schuyler, N.

where he has completed an indoctrination course. He was formerly associated with the DuPont Company. Aviation Cadet Samuel M. FJli-cott of Cranston Heights who completed his pre-flight training at Maxwell Field, has started primary flight training at the Mississippi Institute of Aeronautics. Jackson.

Miss. John Barnes, son of Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald, 55 Avenue Worthland, Claymont. has enlisted In the Coast Guard. He will train at Curtis Bay, If New Books at the Library Brand 8lmer Band Instrument Repair in Manual.

Coul bourn Administering the Library Dretsm Understanding T-iIe Insurance. Plores Fiesta in November; Stories irom Latin America Harkness Pancoan Diary. Huime Wandering in France. Lawrence Cost Accounting for War Production. Meehan Living Upstairs.

Moody Boom or Bust. Shoults Electric Motors in Industry. Vestal Bigfoot Wallace. White Autobiography of a Durable Sirner Works Rural America Today, Its 8chools and Community Life. Fiction Davis Follow the Leader.

Duflus Victory on West Hill. Hardy All the Trumpets Sounded; a Novel Based on the Life of Moses. Lee Cornish Tales. MacDonald Boomtown Buccaneers. Pettibone Light Down.

Stranger. Phillpotta Deed Without a Name. Steedman But Yon'U Be Back. Stern Drums of Morning. Tuttle Valley of Vanishing Herds.

Wren Odd But Even So; Stories Stranger Than Fiction. OUTING FOR EMPLOYES The annual outing of the employes of James T. Mullin and Sons, was held yesterday afternoon and evening at Betterton, Md. More than 50 employes of the store attended headed by J. Paul Mullin, the president.

Feather Bob Perm. Waves Machine or Vacuum Packed Maehinelesa Individual Pkg. OA Wave $4.00 $5 00 6M JTOt ar Aim trrto riaasr Win JSe MILFERD Beauty Shoppe 4-6511 5 W. 4th St. N'o Appointment Necessary Pr review OF NEW FALL LAMPS priced moleraltfij Written Guarantee icith Wavet i school Harper, Mrs.

Delia Une, Miss Florence Jewell, Miss Anna Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Hackett. Mr.

and Mrs. Clarence Ford. Mr. and Mrs. E.

Kennard Jones, Mr and Mrs. Howard Rasln. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McNatt, Mrs Moiiie Archibald.

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Oiheson.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill, Mr. William Archibald. Mr.

and Mrs Frank Weeks. Mrs. S. A. Cornelius, Mrs.

Sarah B. Bid-well. Mr. and Mrs. Roger B.

Harris. Mr. and Mrs. w. H.

Bonwiil, Mr and Mrs. Edgar R. Pennington. Mr. and Mrs.

Harry T. Williams. Miss Myra Roseberry, and 1 Mr Harry C. Hendnckson. relatives and friends was held later in the evening.

The bride was graduated from the Kennett Consolidated School. Mr. Pesce was with the DuPont experimental station before he en- listed in the tf. S. Air Force.

He is now stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. RADIO INTERVIEW Mrs. Lawrence J. Finan, Weldin Road, and Mrs.

E. Zwilgmeyer, Edge-wood Hills, natives of Norway, will be interviewed by Mrs. Patricia Johnson during a Women In the News program over WD EL this morning at 9:30 o'clock, arranged by the women's division of the war savings committee. CARD PARTIES AID FUND Women attending a series of lodge benefit card parties In the fireman's building in Kennett Square have contributed $14 to a fund to send Christmas boxes to the men in the armed forces. The door prize was awarded Mrs.

Joseph Coyle. Mrs. Frank M. Palmer, and Mrs. H.

Edwin Thomas. 2-7812. HOUSE PAINTING AND WALL PAPERING (BAOmhlfi 811 Shipley FINE WALLPAPERS Wan Paper Showroom Service Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Beck daughters, Eileen Esther and Denton welcomed more than 100 1 erine Marie Cammock.

guests at their fiftieth wedding an- niversary observance at their home recently. They were assisted in receiving by their daughters. Mrs. WiUiam L. i v- mrm I oi uriuon, ana aits, i.

(JlaJlon layior oi reston, ana meir son. Mr. Smith Beck of Denton. Another son. Mr.

Henry R. Beck of! Clayton, was to be present. A large wedding cake, covered with goiden rosebuds of icing, bore the i n.i.-ta-.j. Mr. and Mrs.

Beck, both natives Caroline County, were school- mates but she married another. Mr. James Messick. After his death the old friendship was renewed, culmi nating in marriage. Miss Laura Mel- vin, who is still living in Denton, was their teacher.

Mr Bck is 74 rears oM and his the former Miss Moihe Louise Long, is a year younger. They have nine srandchildren and si ereat- i Mr Beck was in charge of the i almshouse farm, near Denton for 35 years before he retired and moved to Denton several years ago. Wilmington nuests attended an wedding anniversary. Their children are: Ritterson of Linwood: Mr. Samuel Mr.

WUliam Ritterson and Mrs. Fred Lambert of New Brunswick. N. and Mr. Cal vin Ritterson of this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cammock of Colonial Park celebrated their thirteenth wedding anniversary Wednesday. They are enjoying a vacation Stay in WildwOOd with their two supper with the Wilmington Trial Club must be by today with Mr. Glenn C.

Putnam, telephone 2-4185, the trip leader. Through the courtesy of Mr. William Winder Laird, jr, the Trail Club members will be privileged to use his canoes for a trip along the Brandywine on Sunday afternoon. The party will meet at the bridge at Henry Clay below the DuPont Experimental Station at 2 o'clock and will hike up the trail made by the Wilmington Trail Club to Mr. Laird's boathouse.

Members will carry a picnic supper. Tonight there will be initiation of new members with a special program at the Y. M. C. A.

followed by dancing and games. Last Sunday a group of members. numbering more than 20 en- joyed the day at Grantland, the Wilmington Area Girl Scout Country i Center near Hockessin. Miss Ruth i Miller was the leader. In the party were a number of new members of the club.

PLAYGROUND TO CLOSE Special to The Morning News NEWARK. Aug. 13 The Playground and Recreation Center will close tomorrow with attendance figures for the season near 3.000, according to William K. Gillespie, director. This is the fourth season for the project.

The children's handicraft class, under Miss Barbara Coxe, was concluded yesterday with a daily average attendance of between 30 and 35. "A1 NewCURLY-TOPWml Ref $S-Nw $3.50 7 r.mtt4 VMM SsiV Nm'i Stenoor' Wow. $2.50 A (v a a XAJ a won mwm wbt 91.7V Noil's Vita-Ton Won, $6.90 Miasnraa I Ana Set IIAII't" Ore M. atoata and friends in Pittsburgh, and I Parkersburg. W.


L. A. Hartzog said today that a Negro woman gave birth to quadruplets last night but all of the children died shortly after they were born. The woman is the wife of Brunce Carter who lives near Oiar. She is 30 years old and has given birth to 12 children, including one set of triplets.

OCTACON SOAP 4 19 OCTACON POWDER 3 14c OCTACON TOILET SOAP 2 9' OCTACON CLEANSER 2 for 9C SCOTTOWELS 2 19 PUFFED WHEAT iow Knighthood Prune Juice 12 Pt. Knighthood LICHT or DARK MUSTARD Dolly Madison SWEET RELISH 15ci2. c-o. Knighthood LYE 10 can Keep 'Em Flying! Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps Regularly. Repair Summer Turf Damage NOW! another brother of the bridegroom of Philadelphia.

A i nnpr fnr th Hwlrlirio- nartv tMomi at Raima's. Later a recep- tion for friends was given at the Printz Rollerway at Holly Oak where dancing was enjoyed. Mr. Auld and his bride went to Atlantic City on their honeymoon and are now at home at 825 South Broom Street. MISS ETTA LOUISE GRIFFITH MR.

WILLIAM M. TRUITT Miss Etta Louise Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everett Griffith of Seaford, and. Mr.

William Marshall Trultt, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Truitt of Laurel, were married Aug. 9 at St.

John's Episcopal Church, Little HilL by the Rev. R. Y. Barber. MISS MINNIE MARIAN TAYLOR MR.

WALTER BERRY RUARK Miss Minnie Marian Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rome Taylor, and Mr. Walter Berry Ruark were married Monday evening by the Rev. T.

W. Bowen, at his home on Vine Street. Salisbury. The bride wore a navy blue frock with white accessories and carried a bouquet of mixed summer flowers. Miss Roxy Parker of Salisbury was their only attendant.

Trail Club to Hold Canoe Trip and Hike Those planning to take the Sunday hike, canoe trip, and picnic Lawn Seed and Turf Builder Patch those worn, bare and weedy spots this fall when weather is ideal for grass growth. Turf Builder invigorates summer weary grass gives it new life and color. For Sunny Lawns in 5-lb. bags 59c lb. 1 lb.

65c 3 lbs. $1.85 5 ibs. $2.95 TURF BUILDER Complete grassfood. One lb. feeds 100 sq.

ft. of grass. 10 lbs. J1.25 25 lbs. $2.25 5 lbs.

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