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The Chronicle-star combined with the Moss Point advertiser. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1941-1949, May 30, 1947, SECTION THREE, Image 19

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
AT UNITY CHURCH
The Rev. Wallace Harrell, pas
tor of the Unity Bapti t church,
Pascagoula, announces that a va
cation Bible school will start at
the church, Monday, June 9, at
8 30 a m.
Rev. Harrel states t’’at he has
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J an outstanding faculty headed by
Miss Cannie .Marie Crane of the
WMU Training school at Louis
ville, Ky. as principal.
Children from four to young
people of 16 are invited and
urged to attend. They may take
the little b'ack bus for trans
portation to and from the church.!
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Strictly speaking you are
not fully insured if there
are any loopholes in your
insurance that may cause
you a financial loss.
Check with this Hartford
agency today. Be sure you
have the complete insur
ance protection that you
need against every insur
able hazard.
Moss Point Insurance Agency
Rooms 1, 2 and 3. Pascagoula-Moss Point Ban]: Bldg.
PHONE 2691
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News From Mi. Pleasant...
Program Narks Meeting Of Men's
Brotherhood At Methodist Church
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The Men’s Brotherhood met ]
Saturday evening, May 24, at the j
Mt. Pleasant Methodist church A |
program was given by J. J. Ware
on “The Building of the First
Mt. Pleasant Church.” Three
songs were sung by the Mt. Pleas
ant quartette with a solo by Bob
Irving Roberts and the meeting
dismissed with prayer led-by the
Rev. W. J. Walters. The hostess
committee was composed of Mos
dames Roy Roberts, Maurice
Taylor and Mark P. Davis. The
tables were attractively decorat
ed with spring flowers and a
plate lunch and ice tea was serv
ed with pie for dessert. Besides
those mentioned above the fol
lowing w'ere present: Johnson
and Florian Ware. Rav and Mar
shal Roberts, R. J. Van Horne,
Ruble and Loyd Roberts, Mark
P. Davis, Maurice Taylor and
Fred Ware.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Roberts
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Davis
attended the singing convention
held , at the USO in Gulfport
Sunday afternoon.
Car.dler Roberts and Robin
Ware returned Monday after
having spent their vacation visit
ing with friends and relatives in
Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston,
Texas.
Mrs. Ruble Roberts returned
Tuesday from a visit with re
latives in Memphis, Tenn., Isola,
and Sumner, Miss., bringing her
brother, Cliff Cooper, home with
nor tor an lnnenniic siav.
A'mong those attending the'
flower and vegetable show in Pas
cagoula Thursday were Mcsdamc
L. Carl Roberts, R. H Ware, R
M. Roberts, Miss Willie Nell Car
ter, Mrs. Jack Fletcher and
daughter, Forrest Nell, and Mrs
J. C. Harris and children ana
Boluby Bittle; Mesdames J. J.
Ware and Mark P. Davis.
Dinner guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ware Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
Ware and Elva Ware.
Mrs. N. M. Carter was guest
Sunday of Mrs. Ruth L. Roberts.
Guests Sunday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. VanHorne
were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ware,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ware, Fred
and Florian Ware and Mrs. Lon
nie McDonald.
Mr. qnd Mrs. Q. C. Roberts weer
in Gulfport Sunday afternoon!
visiting with Mrs. Mims Hamp- i
ton, who is still very ill. Miss
Maud Roberts continued to stay
with Mrs. Hampton to help nurse
her.
Dinner guests Sunday in the
home of Rev. and Mrs. R. L.
Vaughn were Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Vaughn and children and
Walter Roberts.
Dinner guests in the home of j
Vlr. and Mrs. Maurice Taylor Sat
urday were Mesdames Mark P.
Davis and Roy Roberts.
Mrs. Lonnie McDonald spent
.he week end here with Miss
Jhoyce Groves.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Ware j
vere business visitors to Pasca
;oula Saturday.
Among those attending the Po
itical Rally at Daisy-Vestry
ichool Saturday night were Mr.
ind Mrs. Q. C. Roberts, Mr. and
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Mrs. L. R. Ware, Mesdames Ruth
L. Roberts and Lonnie McDonald,
Miss Choyce Groves and Elva
Ware, W. D. Lyons, Fred Rob
erts and Rev. and Mrs. R. L
Vaughn.
Mr. and Mrs. treorge Cruthirds
were supper guests om Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Ware and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Lyons Sunday.
Norman I. r^yo.is and Jack
King of Hurley visited friends
and relatives here Saturday and
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I Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Roberts
were supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark P. Davis Sunday eve
ning.
Sunday guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Roberts
were: Mr. and Mrs. George Kru
thirds of Latimer, Mr. and Mrs.
Mark P. Davis and Walter P
Roberts.
Among those attending the
homecoming at the L. D. S.
Church Sunday from Mt. Pleas
ant were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ware
and Ruble Roberts.
Mrs. Loyd Goff and daughter.
Dcllene, and Mrs. Jack Fletcheh
were business visitors to Moss
Point Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Walters
were guests for supper in the
Scout Troop 227
Takes Part In
Week End Camp
' Boy Scout Troop 227 “took to
the woods” on a camping expe
dition to Three Rivers over the
weekend. The trip was made
aboard Hill’s houseboat towed by
Gene Canfie’d’s boat the “Shar- (
home of Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Rob
erts Thursday evening.
The Rev. W. H. Hollingsworth
and daughter of Pride. La., are j
guests of Mrs. Sadie Steede and
Ernest Graham.
\ Mrs. Quinry Roberts visited her
sister, Mrs. Ella Woodman in Bi
loxi Hospital Thurday afternoon.
on ’’ They left Friday afternoon
and returned Sunday.
Ten scouts, Eddie and Jimmy
Barton, Richard Britton. Gene
Allen, Alex Love, Ray Couch, J.
D. Wcstfaul. Mu rice Clark, Jack
ie Dowdy and Frank Lynn, made
the trip accompanied by Scout
Master R. V. Shields and assist
ant Scout Master J. K. Powell.
Scouter Forrest Crabtree and
troop committee men Ralph Da
vis. Lee Lander, and Duncan Mr
Donald, also, made the trip. Al
though torrential rains fell Sat
urday afternoon the Scouts kept
snug and dry in a large weath
erproof tent. The Y.M.B.C. Scout
Committee men express their
thanks to those whose co-opera
ion made the trip a success.
BARBECUE AND DANCE
Among the events planned for
May 30 at 7:30 p. m. is a bar
1 beetle and dance which is to be
! given by the employees of the
office and engineering division
I of the Ingalls Shipbuilding Cor
! poration.
Should the weather be clear
hhe festivity will be held at the
Pascagoula Country club; should
it be raining it will take place
at the 12th street auditorium.
Arrangements are in charge of
a committee composed of Max
Lucas, and Mesdames Grace
Wood and Ray Dumire.
A feature of the evening wilt
! be the crowning of a May queen
from entrants submitted by di
I vision departments.
For the YOUNG
MAN ABOUT TOWN...
Handsome Sport Coats
that will give him that casual look he craves.
See them in a combination of colors and a
variety of patterns: also,-solid colors.
Size Range 8 through 12
'•* $9.95
Nationally Advertised
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tung. Colors: Solids of tan, blue, or white
Stripes of maroon, blue, tan or green. Small
block of deeper color than their background
color of tan, blue, or green. Size range 10
through 16
$1.75
Also, other sport shirts for boys in depend
ble brands. Size Range 7 through 16
Priced from
$1.00 to $2.75
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Knee Lengths—Sizes 6 through 10
$1.98
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and just the thing for those care
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Birthright!
Multi-colored stripes, or solid
colors in Tan, White or Yellow.
Sizes Small, Medium, and Large
Priced from
75c to $1.00
EVEN IF HE *
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June"
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Of course, we’re speaking of these well-made
shorts of broadcloth and durable undershirts
of cotton.
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