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News From Wade . . . ^
Old Acquaintances Are Renewed At ^ Annual Salem Camp Ground Meeting 4 Many from this community en jeyed the Camp Meeting at Salem Sunday, which has been an an nual event in this section for al most a hundred years. Old friends from widely scattered places gathered to renew ac quaintances and enjoy the three sermons preached during the day by the Rev. Wolfe. \ Mr. and Mrs. James Faggard and son, Jimmy, of Kreole, visit ed Mr. Faggard’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Faggard. here Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Wyatt of Biloxi were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Watson Sunday, and attended the Camp Meeting at Salem. Tarleton Cowart is attending the M. E. Conference at Jackson this week as a delegate from the Caswell Springs church. It is hoped that the Rev. and Mrs. Wil liamson will be sent back to this charge as they have done out standing work and become well liked during their two years here. e;t d Mesdames O. A. Brown, Rex Armstrong, Susie Carter, Lillian Faggard, and Misses Joyce Fag gard, Magalene Johnson and Gwendolyn Brown were business visitors to Mobile Saturday. Aubrey Brown of ' Texas is spending a few days with his brother, O. A. Brown. The Woman’s Missionary So ciety met in the home of Mrs. L. C. Faggard last week and en joyed a study of Mexico and its people. After the meeting the hostess served refreshments to the 11 ladies present. A miscellaneous shower in hon or of Mrs. L. C. Brown was giv en in the home of Mrs. R. C. Faggard Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Everett were visitors at the Salem Camp Meet ing Sunday, renewing old ac quaintances. They have many friends here where they taught for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vaughan of Kreole visited the former’s father, W. A. Vaughan, Sunday afternoon an dattended the Salem Camp Meeting Sunday night. A number of hunters in the community went into the swamps Tuesday night to be ready for William H. Furr New Director For Vet Job Training 4 William H Furr of Wesson, for- ^ mer Veteran Administration eon- A tact representative at Yazoo ^ City, has been appointed director A of On-the-Job Training Section, Vocational Division. State Depart- ^ ment of Education, for approving business establishments in con- ^ nection With veterans’ training, J. M. Tubb, state superintendent of 4 education, announced this week. The State Department of Edu- ^ cation has assumed the responsi- a bilitv of all approval work in the ^ veterans on-the-job training pro- a gram and Mr. Furr’s department ^ will process all applications filed a since September 15, Mr. Tubb ^ said. A In the future, Mr. Tubb ex- * plained, all applications for ap- A proval should be mailed direct to ^ Mr. Furr, State Department of A Education, jn Jacftson. State area s representatives will be notified to A make all inspections within their ^ respective regions and reeom- A mendations relative to approval will be made to the director in ^ Jackson. In addition to the ap proval work, state representa- A tives will make periodic inspec tions of abproved establishments, ^ the state superintendent said. Special attention will be given ^ to related studies in connection , with on-the-job training program. ^ BALLOON TRAVELS 400 MILES 4 Basel, Switzerland—AP — Ac- * | cording to a postcard received A I here from Vienna, a toy balloon ^ i released in Base! landed in Vien- A I na, about 400 miles away. The ^ ; balloon was released at a chil- A dren’s contest here. - < the opening of the squirrel sea- , I son on Wednesday morning ^ A motion picture on India, a shown by Mrs. Martin of Pasca- ^ goula, was a feature of prayer a meeting Wednesday night. 5 Brazil gained its freedom from 4 Portugal in 1815 and became a a republic in 1889. ® _ A 1 ◄ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Let us demonstrate the 'Jeep' on your (arm—no obligation! We cordially invite every farm owner to ask < us for a free demonstration of the famous Universal "Jeep” on his own land. We want you to see for yourself how this versatile vehicle, with both 2- and 4-wheel drive, per forms on every kind of farm job—tractor work in the field, hauling and towing around the farm and on the highway, operating equipment with its power take-off. See for yourself how easily the "Jeep” handles—how much more comfortable it is for the driver. 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