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Mrs. H. D. Morris Is Hostess To Woman's Society Meeting Monday < The Woman’s Society of Chris tian Service met Monday with Mrs. H. D Morris and a genera! business session held, during which plans were made for r food sale. The proceeds will go | to remodel and paint the Sun day School rooms. Sev^n members weie present ! and Mrs. Joseph Pabst and Mrs. W. J. Murphy were we’.ome guests Refreshments consisting of “sandwiches, cookies and tea were served by the hostess. Friends of Mrs. H. T Woodman wilj be sorry to hear that she is to anaergo a serious operation in a ^lloxi hospital on Tuesdav. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Havens and family of Meiidian were re cant guests o frelatives in Van cleave The Vancleave Library Asso ciation met Saturday night with #—111 1 . a large number present. Plans for a Vancleave home coming has definitely been made for July 19 The members of the W M.U. had their, regular meeting at t ie Baptist Churrh on Monday af ternoon. Mrs, Karl Davis, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leo Davis, spent Saturday in Mo bile. Miss Joe Groves was the week end guest of school friends at Peikmston Junior College. A group of sixteen attended the shower given lor Mrs. T. C. Tay lor last week at the home of Mrs. H. T. Woodman. Mr. and Mrs. Dudlev Keen were Friday guests of Mrs. Keen’s mother, Mrs. Bertha Wilson. Mrs W. J. Walters spent sever al days last week in Gulfport ' "—l ■ WHEN you look over in ; surance policies, you may ! find that you need more insurance, NOW, because values have gone up since they were written. This Hartford agency will gladly look over your poli cies. without obligation, and advise you according : ly I I ■ Moss Point Insurance Agency Rooms 1, 2 and 3. Pascagoula-Mots Point Ban^t Bldg. PHONE 2691 » —.. _ I with her grandchildren and with her daughter, Mrs. Bessie Bur ton, who underwent a serious operation recently. Mesdamea Cliff Flurry and Rii hard Steelman were hostess es at a shower for Mrs. James Keen at the home of Mrs. Cliif Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Roberts and daughter visited the N. E. Tacom's and Roy Harris' in St. Martin and Biloxi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis vis ited in Moss Point on Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Alexander was a weekend visitor in Ramsay Springs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vaughan were; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis and family of Pascagoula; Mrs. Maude Rouse and Mrs. Wilford Leatherwood and children and H. P. Davis of Mobi'e; and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Frentz. of Biloxi. MCs. Maude Rouse is to leave for Seattle Wash., cn Wednesday and will go to Japan where she will visit her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Elwood Rouse, Mrs. Vaudie Carter and son, Gene, left for San Francisco on Thursday. Thu Pi v and Mrs. W. J. Wal ters spent Monday in Gulfport visiting their daughter, Mrs. Bes sie Burton. The revival services at the Vancleave Church ended Friday night. The Hev. Olia Nix, a for mer pastor, delivered the ser mons during the meeting. Miss Joe Groves was an over night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dud ley Keen in Wiggins Friday. Mrs. W. A Scott of Black Creek spent Friday in the home of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Anderson and family of Pascagoula visit ed friends here Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Rust have returned from St. Louis where they attended the South ern Baptist Convention. Prayer Meeting at the Baptist Church will he held each Wed nesday night in the future. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wall and family were Sunday guests of Miss Lizzie Ware. Eddie Cochran of Beaumont, Texas, was a weekend visitor to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cochran. Mrs. William Moore and daugh ter, Linda, and Mrs Howard Da vis visited in Pascagoula on Mon day. Mrs. Katherine Rawle and -on, Charles, are visiting Mrs. Francis Einfeldt and daughters in Florida. Mr and Mrs. Ulin Davis and family were Sunday guests of TRUCK UTILITY ^TRACTOR POWER THI UNIVERSAL "JEEP" works is a pick-up truck for loads to 1,200 lbs., using 2-wheel drive for highway economy, 4-wheel drive to get through mud, snow and sand or travel cross country. TRAILED LOADS to 2tons arc easily towed by the "Jeep" with reserve power for grades. WITH 4-WHfll-DRIVI traction, the 60 hp. “Jeep” doe* the work of a light tractor, pulltag oto*t type* of farm implement*. The All-Around Work-Horse for Farm and Business The 4-wheel-drive Universal "Jeep” gives you (he wide usefulness of a pick-up and tow truck—the pull of a light tractor—up to 30 hp on the belt with its power take off. The versatile "Jeep" does more jobs at less cost. Come in now and see it. i CAVER WIGGINS, INC. 406 E. LINCOLN AVE. PHONE 1370 Mr. and Mrs. Devis Rabby in Co den, Ala. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. A. C. Tew is on the sick list. Misses Dorothy, Doris and AddvS Rya!s of Pascagoula were Thursday and Friday guests of Mrs. Burton Rolierts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin have returned to their home in Iowa. The Rev. Odie Nix and the Rev. W. J Walters attended the Seashore District Conference in Purvis last Tuesday and the con ference in Ellisville on Wednes day. Mrs. Jerushia Bonham has been visiting Mrs. N. W. Ramsay for several days. Francis Gamblin was a Sun day visitor of the Cooper Gam bin’s in Mt Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Havens and daughters visited Mr. Havens’ sister, Mrs. Frank Byrd, in Kreole Sunday. Mrs. Byrd has just returned from the hospital after undergoing an operation. Mrs. Cliff Rouse, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. A1 Stagg, vis ited their father in the Veterans Hospital last Wednesday. Miss Winifred Havens visited Miss Rosemary Ramsay in Pas cagoula on Monday. The colony of Aleut Indians on the Pribilof islands practi cally hibernates in winter be cause of (strong winds wihich make it virtually impossible to stand erect out of doors. Extensive Scout Program Started At Moss Point On Friday, May 10, the exe cutive committee composed of Mesdames L. G. Bond, R ,C. Eley, W. M. Alexander, E. A. Khayat and Miss Sue Boatner met to dis cuss the organization of a senior girl Scout Troop. Mrs. John Bridge:-: was elected troop leader and Mrs. Kathy Vernon her ar. sistsnt. Plans wore made for the organization of a troop and na tional headquarters has been con tacted for registration. AM high school girls, at least 14 years of age, are eligible. Girls who have been Scouts elsewhere can be re instated For the summer month special emphasis is to be laid on a swimming program, both for beginners and advanced swim inei, with supervised instruction. Later a course in first aid in struction If; planned. The Y M.B.C., who for several years have been the sponsors of the Boy Scouts, have recently purchased a quonset hut which has been located on their club properly. The Scouts under the leaders! ip of their Scout Masters are remodeling the hut for their u. e fir. a rlub house. The work i be ing done under the super virion of Richard V. Shields, Sccjpt Master of Troop 227, and ( James K Powell, assistant, and Bert Wood, Scout Master of Troop 220. j At a recent meeting the Wo man's club voted to sponsor a cub pack. Mesdames L G. Bond, J. C. Hassell, W H. Schaub and G. C. Bryan have been appoint ed den mothers and plans are be ing made for an organized pro gram. The word “carat,” the name of the weight unit for jewels, de rives from the Mediterranean carob tree, the seeds of which are of very uniform weight and were used in ancient times as a measure of weight. Vote For X. L. Walker for Sheriff and Tax Collector.—Adv. /-N ODLE SERVICE PAINTING PAPER HANGING NEW PAPER SAMPLES INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTS PHONE 806 # . . 4 to 6 p. m. i _ /' A $1,000 AN HOUR IN CASH BENEFITS In addition to many "plus" benefits from Wood craft's fraternal and social activities. Woodmen and their beneficiaries received more than $9,500,000 last year in payment of death and disability claims, hospital and old age benefits, refunds and surrender values . .. an average nf mnre fhnn #»verv hoilT. Ask the local Woodmen representative to explain how you can protect yourseli and your loved ones with sate, sound, legal reserve life insurance protection and also enjoy the iratemal and social benefits of Woodcraft. WOODMEN of the WORLD Life Insurance Society OMAHA. NEBRASKA ‘OUR ASSETS EXCEED $159,000,000 H. A. WOODS, Field Representative P. O. Box 1385 Eastlswn—Pascagoula Phone 94-R S._ ^ JACKSON COUNTY WOMEN demand good taste ... in clothes... and in bread HOLSUM BREAD * Women who count the privilege of an VUto4v* '1 octioe life among their blessings...are • - * i - * * * • i • • • , V. - f .-4 • impatient of time or effort wasted by • »■ 1 V • ? « ; 5 4 * • 1 ’ * > 4 * < * /’ 4«|% t j ■( *f «,■ • * * inferior quality in anything. In foods, they I • demand the brands of proued merit... this bread, * for instance...because it adds much . 4 * to the pleasure of any meal. ' / * > ' * *•. > i 4 » i 5 ... t . !