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MBS MAMIE SOCXWBLL — EDITOR
Jr. Woman's Club
In Monthly Meeting
The l&Bt meeting of the Junior
Woman's club, until the begin
ning of the fall sesteon, was held
at the Woman's clubhouse on
Trogdon Street Monday evening
with Mesdames J. M. Derr, Clyde
Pearson, Clarence Wiles, and Miss
Irene Richardson serving as hos
tesses. Mrs. W. O. Absher, the
president, was in the chair, and
gave her yearly report, also Mrs.
Richard Johnston, the trea
surer, submitted a report for the
year, both showing many activities'
and. accomplishments for the club
during the time. -Reports were
heard from Mrs. C. C. Faw, Jr.,
membership chairman; Mrs. Mon
roe Williams, the cancer clinic;
and Miss Ruth King Wood, on the
recreation projects 'the club has
been helping with. The point sys
tem for the club year was explain
ed, the goal for each member to
be sixty points.
Mrs. Lawrence Miller, district
vice-president, was a visitor of
the club, and told about the con
vention held this spring in Ra
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leigh. Mrs. J. Q. Adams, a mem
ber of the Senior club and spon
sor lor the Junior club, was pres
ent for the meeting and made
comments on the floral arrange
ments placed In the clubhouse by
the Garden club members for their
program given that ahernoon at a
meeting of the S'enior club.
The hostess group served re
freshments during the social
Mrs. Robert Poster was hos
tess at a lovely tea at her home
in Wilkesboro Wednesday after
noon honoring Miss Jewel How
ard, who on Saturday was wed to
Theodore Berkley Lupton, Jr., of
Greenville. Mrs. Foster, who re
ceived informally about thirty
guests from four until five o'clock,
presented the honoree with a gift
of silver and a corsage.
Miss Betty Linney poured punch
and helping with the serving were
Mi^j. M. W. Green, Jr., and Mrs.
Sam ^abe. Yellow and white was
the coibr note used in the dining
room, while mixed garden flowers
decorated the other rooms. The
dining table, laid with a white
cloth, was arranged with flowers
and wedding bells in the accept
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Howard entertained at a
buffet supper at their home in
Wilkesboro for their daughter and
the groom, and members of their
wedding party. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lupton, of
Greenville, parents, of the groom; j
Mrs. C. T. Rhodes, of Winston
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OBSERVING "I am an American
Day" in Washington, Dace Eper
manis, 12, of Latvia, the 150,000th
Displaced Person to enter the
U.S., greets Lydia Fediaia, 8, of Po
land. The latter was the first person
to be admitted to the United States
under the D. P. Act (International)
Salem, aunt of the bride; Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Yates, and Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Mitchell.
Following the rehearsal Mrs.
C. T. Rhodes and Mrs. Joe Os
borne, sister of the bride, honor
ed the bridal couple and members
of the wedding party at an infor
mal hour at the P. J. Mitchell
home. Other guests included fam
ily members and out of town
guests here for the wedding. Ap
proximately thirty people were
As a courtesy for her attend
ants Miss Howard gave a lunch
eon Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Joe Osborne, at , which time she
remembered each one with a gift.
Mixed garden flowers made a col
srful setting for the occasion.
Mrs. M..G. Edwards
Bridge Club Hostess
Mrs. M. G Edwards was hos
tess at bridge at her home in Wil
tesboro Friday evening having aa
quests members of her club and
i few other friends. A salad
:ourse followed the game played
it two tables. Top score prizes
or the visitors went to Mrs. W.
3. Prevette, and for the club mem
>ers to Mrs. Louise Alexander,
vho" also won the bingo award.
Urs. Glenn Deal, a newcomer to
he city from Conover, and Mrs.
fames Phillips, the former Miss
^ucille Scroggs, received honor
;ifts from Mrs. Edwards.
Wilabri Club Met
VVith Mrs. Miller
Wilabri bridge club members
and some addition!
evening by Mrs. Yale
home near Wilkesboi
of scores gave Mrs. Edison Nor
man and Mrs. E. H. Fritts the
prizes for the most points amdng
'club members and visitors, and
Mrs. Ray Kennedy wa<? the win
ner in bingo. At the close of the
game, which was played at two
tables, the hostess served temp
Mrs. W. R. Absher
Entertains Her Club
The members of the Current
Topic club and several visitors
were delightfully entertained
Saturday evening by Mrs. W. R.
Absher at her home, in Finley
Park. Mixed garden flowers made
a setting for the guests, who
played rook at four tables. Dur
ing the evening prizes were award
ed to Mesdames J. M. Crawford,
R. T. McNiel, A. H. Casey, and
Frank Blair. t
Mrs. Max Barker and Mrs. W.
M. McCulley, both Of Salisbury,
who were visitors In the town for
the week-end, were" remembered
with gifts *by Mrs. Absher. The
hostess served a dessert .course
at the beginning of play.'
Support Cancer Fund
Increase By 1,417
WASHINGTON — Government
employment climbed 1,417 in
April over March, the Byrd com
mittee on reduction of nonessen
tial expenditures reported eoday.
The chairmon, Senator Byrd
(Democrat) of Virginia, said in a
statement, however, that there
were significant decreases in the
Postoffice Department and the
Veterans Administration. "
The Post Office cut 3,165 per
sons off its rolls in March and
April with most of the reductions!
coming before the recent order to
curtail daily mail delivery, Byrd
He said the Veterans Adminis
tration lopped 8,248 off the rolls
in April when it passed the peak
of the veteran's insurance refund
Meadow hay cut during the
early bloom stage produced great
ter gains - in beef cattle at the
Upper Mountain Branch Experi
ment Station than similar hay rut
after it was fully matured. The
feeding experiments were conduct
ed last winter by L<emuel Goode, i
animal husbandry scientist, and
W. W. WoodhQuse, soil fertility
scientist, with the North Carolina