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The Chronicle-star combined with the Moss Point advertiser. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1941-1949, June 06, 1947, SECTION TWO, Image 14

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News From Wade . . .
Soldiers 01 Two World Wars Honored
At Memorial Services Held Sunday
All soldiers of World Wars i
and II were honored at a me
morial service at the Wade Bap
tist cuhrch Sunday morning.
The pastor, the Rev. W. C. Wv
att, conducted the services At
the night services u picture was
shown of conditions in Greece.
People were shown receiving
their ration of clothing and food
with great thankfulness.
Friends of Mrs. J J. Davis, Sr.,
are sorry to hear of her illness.
The political rally given at the
school house Saturday night was
a great success.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bell of
Kreole were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Faggard Saturday af
ternoon and attended the rally.
Mrs. Tollie Goff has recovered
sufficiently to be brought home
from the Jackson County hospi
The revival which has been !
conducted for the past two weeks
at the Caswell Springs church
by Rev. Scott, pastor of the Kre
ole Methodist church, came to
a close Friday night.
The Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Wv
att and little niece, Dixie Davis,
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Watson.
Pvt and Mrs. Dick Warden of
Keesler Field spent the weekend
with the latter’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Waltmon.
Little A. J. Waltmon of Ocean
Springs is spending a few days
with relatives in Wade.
Pvt. Arnie Waltmon, who is sta
tioned at Keesler Field, spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs. L.
C. Faggard.
Mrs Frances Adkison and
mother, Mrs. Tollie Goff, were in
Mobile Friday where Mrs. Goff
received medical treatment.
Friends of little Janet Williams
are glad she is able to be up and
around again after having had
her tonsils removed recently.
L. L. Waltmon underwent a
medical check up in Mobile Fri
A large crowd attended the af
ternoon services at Caswell
Springs Sunday afternoon. The
pastor, the Rev. James William
son was in charge.
The Board of Stewards of Cas
well Springs church met in reg
ular monthly session Monday
night when a very fine financial
report was heard.
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A surprise party was given for
C. L. Himmler of Roseland. La.,
who was visiting his grandmoth
er, Mrs. Laura Himmler, last
week. After games were played
refreshments were served to
guests who were Laverne and
Connie Rogers. Wilda, Wanda and
Myron Barnes, Dalton, Carolyn
and Greta Rogers, Beverly, Sue,
and Judy Roberts, Pat Hurt,
Vernon and Douglas Goff, Carol
Williams, Mrs. Willard Catrett
and Lavette and Louie Catrett,
Mrs. Gladys Himmler of Roseland.
Mrs. Murphy Dufrene and two
children from Des Allemands, La.,
recently visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Roberts, Sr.
Mrs. S. L. Goff left Sunday for
Biloxi to spend a week with her
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daughter, Mrs. Mervis Waites, and
The church school of the Re
organized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints begins at
9:45 with preaching at 11 a. m..
each Sunday except on the first
Sunday which is Sacrament serv
ice. Young people meet at 6:15
p. m., and the evening service is
i at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. J. E. Courtney of Birm
ingham. Ala., was a guest in the
homes ot Mr. and Mrs. Angel Lo
i pez and Mr. and Mrs. John Sher
man last week.
Tlalph Young and Winston Lo
I pez are spending a week's vaca
i tion in Pensacola. Fla.
Mrs. G. C. Brown from Orange,
Texas, who has been spending a
few weeks visiting her mother,
Mrs. Lillie Bennett and brother,
Frank Bennett, and family de
parted for New Orleans Sunday
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Roberts
and Sue, Beverly and Judy Rob
erts spent Sunday visiting rela
tives in Mobile.
Mrs. Amelia Nelson of New
Orleans was a recent visitor of
relatives in Escatawpa.
Miss Janice Nelson is visiting
' Mr. and Mrs. W. Moody and fami
| ly in Hattiesburg.
Mrs. Lola McQueen and Mrs.
j Clifton Williams left last week
1 for Independence, Mo. Mrs. Wil
liams will accompany her daugh
ter, Margie, who is attending the
Graceland college at Maines, Io
wa, home. Mrs. McQueen was to
be with her daughter who was to
undergo an appendectomy Satur-!
day at the Independence Sana-|
torium. Mrs. McQueen will remain j
until her daughter, Virginia, is
abie to travel.
The Women’s department of the
Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints held |
their monthly luncheon at the (
school cafeteria. The women first
met at the church for a program.
The lesson was “The Life and
Ministry of Jesus," Mrs. Lou j
Smith gave a* talk and Mrs Mable
Davis was in charge of the meet
ing in the absence of the presi
Mrs. W. E. Howard of Route
One, Pascagoula, and Miss Vivian
Bennett accompanied Miss Myrna
Bennett to Perkinston Junior
college Tuesday where the latter
is attending summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vice and
son, Carl, are visiting relatives in
Clay City, Ind.
Mrs. Betty Smith visited her
sister, Mrs. James Naylor in Mo
bile Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Williams
Elder A. Orlin Crownover of
Mobile was the speaker at the
Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parker and
children from Mobile are spend
ing the week with Mrs. Bertha
Daniel McQueen departed this
week for New Orleans to work
during the summer vacation.
Mrs. Marvin Hanson and
daughter from Mobile spent a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lo
ren Hanson this week.
The vacation Bible School be
gins at the Escatawpa Baptist
church June 9. All children be
tween the ages of six and sixteen
are invited to attend
were business visitors to Luce-1
dale Tuesday afternoon. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Ed
I Lee and, daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dealing vis
j ited the former’s father. John,
Dearing, in Mobile.
Miss Evelyn Cox spent severa
days with her sister and bus
I band, Mr. and Mrs. Hickory
Pierce of Three Rivirs.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hans ana |
children were Sunday visitors ot i
I Mrs. Hans’ sister, Mrs. Otis Wil
son. and Mr. Wilson.
Mrs. Claud Vice has been mov
ed to her home from the Jack
son County hospital where she re
cently underwent an operation
and is recuperating nicely.
The Ladies Christian Circle
held its rtgular meeting Thurs
day afternoon. After tin- devotion
al which was led by Mrs. Lloyd
Pierce, refreshments were served i
to ten women and several child- j
Mrs. Ruth Smith is visiting
friends in Indianapolis, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Furby |
went to New Orleans Tuesday ;
for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs Elder Chastine
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln I
Goshorn and children were recent
visitors in the home of Mrs. Chas-1
tine's and Mrs. Goshorn’s parents,,
Mr and Mrs. John L Williams.
Mrs. J. H. King, Mrs. C. L.
Vice and Mrs. Seth H. Cox mo
tored to McLain, Miss., Friday.
Eldridge Coin of Chicago vis-1
ited his father and brother. Col
vin Coin and Vernon Coin, for
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eckhoff
of Big Point were visitors in the
home of Bennie Vice and family
Wednesday night
Mrs. Hickory Pierce and son
Corner Ford and Canty
Expert Overall Mechanic
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Cox Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Brown
and children were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Cox Sunday.
It has been estimated that
there will be 40 million passen
gers automobiles in the United
States by 1965.

4 to 6 p. m.

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