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The Chronicle-star combined with the Moss Point advertiser. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1941-1949, October 18, 1946, SECTION TWO, Image 11

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WILL MOVE RIVER
lohonnesburg — AP _ While
Uth African villagers near
mbe.ley dig holes in their
rdens searching for diamonds,
a syndicate is p’anning to move
a river in the same quest for
precious stones.
The syndicate, one of manv re
cently formed, has obtained
rights to deflect a 25.500-foot
stretch of the Vaal River through
a canal. Engineers believe the
river bed may contain rich dia
mond deposits.
News About Wade ...
Boys' And Girls' Basketball Teams
Open Season; Score Successes In Tilts
4
Both the boys' and girls' bas
ketball teams of Wade have open
ed their season and have already
begun to bring Home laurels.
They won over St Martin teams
last witk at D'Iberville.
A number from this commun
ity who attended camp meeting
at Salem last week and on Sun
day. All services at Caswell
Spring-' Methodist church and the
Wade Baptist church were can
celled so that everyone could
attend services at the Camp
Ground. The preacher was the
Rev. John Neal of Huntsville.
Texas.
Miss Alma Jane Pope spent
the weekend with her friends,
the Misses Ward, and attended
camp meeting at Salem.
Professor and Mrs. A. E. Brad
ley have as their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Trattnow, Mesdames
Mary Winters and Ann Jed of
Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trottnow,
Mrs. Ann Jed and Professor A.
E Bradley and sons enjoyed a
fishing trip at Gautier Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Diamond
and sons were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goff.
Mr. R. C. Faggnrd, Mesdames
r
Ett Kiikwood, Mary Goff, Jesse
Watson, Elmer Parker and C. A.
Holifield were delegates to the
Jackson County Baptist Associa
tion at Gautier.
Mr. rtnd Mrs. James Faggaid
and son were Sunday afternoon
guests ot the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fnggard.
Superintendent A. F. Megohee
was n business visitor in Wade
Thursday aflei noon.
Mr. Andrew Vaughan spent
Monday visiting his father and
grandmother, Mr. W A. Vaughan
and Mrs. J. J. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ward are
enjoying a visit from the for
mer’s sister and husband from
Montana. This was her first visit
South in several years.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hamilton
and children ol Hurley spent
Sundav with Mrs. Hamilton’s par
ents,'Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Goff.
We are sorry to hear of the
illness of little H. W. Parker. He
is greatly missed at school.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Broome
have returned home front Jack
son wnere they were called to the
"n
Monthly Meeting Of
Arts And Crafts At
Center In Eastlawn
The regular monthly meeting
of the Arts and Ciaft Center was
held at the studio in Eastlawn,
recently with the new president,
Mrs. S. B. Mcllwain, in the chair.
Among important matters com
ing before the center was the
! appointment by Mrs. Mcllwain
I of standing committees for the
coming year.
Mrs. Nell Zutn will present
the program at the next meet
ing when she will exhibit inter
esting war scenes that were
sketched by soldiers.
The rug class will meet each
Thursday morning from 9:00 to
11:00 o'clock. Beginning Friday,
October 18, the afternoon class
will meet from 2:00 to 4:00 o'
clock.
The watereolor class will meet
each Tuesday afternoon at 1:00
o’clock.
New clases will be added ac
; cording to the desire of mem
! bers.
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Escatawpa
Among those who attended
the Salem Camp Meeting over
the weekend were M.\ and Mi's.
Marvin Parker and children of
Escatawpa.
Little Bernice Howard visited
in the home of her aunt, Mrs. F.
G. Bennett, last Friday.
The Hev. and Mrs. D. M. Camp
bell accompanied by some of the
young people from the Esca
tawpa Baptist Church attended
the revival meeting last Thurs
day night in Mobile.
Miss Joan McLemore of Mobile
spent Ihe weekend with her cou
sin, Jean Roberts.
Mrs. Varnell Taylor and son
and Mrs. Frost of Mobile visited
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bieeland on
Monday of this week.
Mrs. 3. L. Lemaitre and daugh
ters, Mrs. Cecil Leslie and Mrs.
Charles Smith and daughter-in
law, Mis. A. L. Lemaitre, of Pas
bedsido of the former’s father,
Mr. Stuart Bror.me. Everyone
is glad to hear his condition is
now improved.
cagouln were Biloxi visitors
Tuesday.
Mrs. Piestnn Pierce and chil
dren were visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bennett
on Saturday.
A party composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Lynd, Albert Lvnd,
Jr.. Mrs. L. J. Bertram and Miss
Betsy Dalzell attended camp
meeting at Salem, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lennep.
Sr., and son and young daugh
ters were weekend guests of
their older daughter, Mrs. Vic
tor Murray, and Mr. Murray in
Baton Rouge, La.
Mrs. D. S. Shattles
Dies At Hospital,
Funeral Tuesday
Mrs. Louella Cooper Shatt’es,
70 years old, died Sunday night
at the Jackson County hospital.
She had been in bad health for
some tide but had been hospital-,
ize'd for only a short period Mrs.
Shattles was born in George coun
ty and had lived in Pascagoula
1 for three years, the family resi
| deuce being on Prentiss road near
| Moss 1 oint.
i She is survived by her husband,
D. S. Shattles; four daughters,
Mesdames Bell McKinney of In
dianapolis, Ind., Carl Boone of
1 Bond, Miss., T. E Auer, Coral
Gables, Fla , and W. E. Davis,
Ramsay Springs; three sons, Otis
S., of Pascagoula, W C. of Ash
! land, Ky„ and A. C. Shattles of
| Ramsay Springs; three sisters,
Mesdames Nanny Williams of
Columbia, M;ss. Mark A’pxan
1 der of Vancleave and Cora Mixon
. of George County; and eight
grandchildren. A fourth son, Da
j vid E. Shattles was killed in ac
tion with the U. S. Navy in Italy
in 1943.
Func al services were conduct -
led Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the
: residence of the Rev. J. S. Nob
! lin, pastor of the Moss Point
Methodist church, and intern'r'n'
i was m Griffin cemetery. Pall
I bearer: were J. R. Bowers, John
Baker, C E. Smith, C. C. Hol
land, L. J. Ellers and W. B.
McDavid. Stokes Funeral Home
was in charge.
The National Flying Farmers
; Association, first organized in
Oklahoma in 1944, now' lias 4,000
individual members with clubs
in 14 states.
A
t-\ ■
Farm and Home Supply Co.
Corner Krebs and N. Frederic
PASCAGOULA. MISS. PHONE 593
In Slock Now
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
Lugger Six No. 226 73 H. P. Direct Drive
MERTLAND ELECTRIC WATER
HEATERS
30 Gallons .... $75.60
40 Gallons .... $109.64
CONTINENTAL GAS WATER
HEATERS
$69.50
FALL FESTIVAL
Saturday, October 26, 1946
Catholic School Grounds
Opening At 10:00 A. M.
Chicken Gumbo, Salads, Hamburgers,
Hot Dogs, Drinks
SERVING ALL DAY
Candy Wheel, Horse Race Wheel. Novelty Wheels.
Fish Pond, Grab Bag. Fortune Teller, Bingo,
Amusements of All Kinds
«
EVERYONE IS INVITED
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Lumber For Sale
Large Quantity oi 1 inch Used Pine and
Fir Crating Lumber, 5 feet Long. Vari
ous Widths, Suitable for Roof or Storm
Sheeting, Sub-floors, Fencing. Etc.
Priced to Move Quickly
Also some new pine in short lengths, including 2x4's,
2x6's and screen moulding.
; Pascagoula Decoy Company
831 N. Pascagoula St. " Pascagoula. Miss.
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GULF HILLS
Natures Supreme Gift for Happy Homes
OHers 450 Landscaped Estates
At From $600 to $4,000. Terms Extended
PALFREY REALTY COMPANY
C. ROY S A VERY—Sales Representative
Phone 4281 Ocean Springs
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KEROSENE WATER HEATERS
20 Gallons . . . $69.95
30 Gallons .... $89.95
PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Septic Tank 200, 300, 500 Gallons
HAMILTON FERTILIZER
DISTRIBUTOR
$179.50
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