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Birthday Parties Honor Sherry Rice, Mary Elizabeth And Clifford Johnson w The seventh birthday of Sherry Rice was celebrated with a party at which her mother, Mrs. Glenn Rice, entertained Saturday after noon from 2 to 4 p.m. The small guests played indoor and outdoor games. The birthday cake was decorated with seven pink can dles and the name of the young honoree. After refreshments were served, the children drew for the candles as souvenirs. The guest list included Janet, Larry and Andrew Christensen, Caren Larsen and Linua Melvin of Harleston, Betty Sue, John Den nis, Di Anne, Joyce and Sue Ann Jones of Hurley, Harold, Gary, Mary Lou, Patricia Ann, Audrey Baria and Michael Evans. Mesdames Andrew Christen sen, H. S. Evans and Edgar Baria' assisted the hostess. Mrs. Will Johnson was hostess at a birthday party Friday even ing to celebrate the 15th birthday of her daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and the birthday of Clifford John son. Dancing and outdoor games were enjoyed by the guests. Af ter Mary Elizabeth and Clifford Johnson cut the large decorated birthday cakes, punch and cake were served to about 35 guests. Music for dancing was furnished by Jim Clark, Edgar Baria and Hubert Clark. The Baria Home Demonstra tion Club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. C. Baria. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. C. C. Baria, and Mrs. Pelham Baria was elect ed secretary-treasurer to fill the vacancy left bv the resignation of Mrs. Aubrey King. To add in terest, the club will begin hav ing all-day meetings with the morning spent in making articles to be sold by the club at a fall bazaar. Each member will fur nish what she needs for each ar ticle she makes. Pot luck din ner will be served at noon. Mrs. Hubert Clark was welcomed as were Mesdames Pelham Baria, a new member and those present Sophie Murphy, Tom Baria, Hu bert Clark and Edgar Baria. Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Johnson and son of- Key West, Fla., have been visiting^Mrs. Johnson’s pa * 4 D I _± 'fa How often have you heard it said, "I’ve paid all mv hills excent the doctor’s. He can wait”? When we have recovered, the fearful ur gency of that night call is easily forgotten. In answer to our frantic call, what if the doctor had said, "Oh, it’s nothing serious. Wait until morning and come down to the office.” The chances are we would agree to pay double if he would come at once. Health is not an item for trade and barter. In fact, the only wealth is health. Consider your doctor bill as your best investment in the continued enjoyment of life. As pharmacists, we stand ready to fill your prescriptions promptly and accurately. -* - . .-V Small Daughter Of Captain And Mrs. Wingfield Baptised On Friday afternoon the bap tizing of one-year old Lucille Reddock Wingfield, small daugh ter of Captain and Mrs. Roy G. Wingfield, Jr., was conducted by the Reverend Arthur Schneider at the First Presbyterian church of Pascagoula. The baby was lovely in a pale blue dress with which she wore white shoes and socks and white satin ribbon in her hair. Among the 20 or more witness ing the ceremony were the baby’s maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Cora Painter, and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wing field, Sr. Captain and Mrs. Wingfield, who had been spending a few days with the former’s parents took advantage of the oc casion to have the baptism done in the church of her forefathers. They reside at F<?rt Worth, Texas, where Captain Wingfield is sta tioned at an army air base. NEWS FROM . . . Helena Friends of Johnnie Williams are congratulating him on his 75th birthday which he celebrat ed Tuesday. He is still an active farmer and cattleman. He and his family have lived here for several years and have been ac tive in community life. The Rev. Walter Bader from the Presbyterian church in Moss Point will preach at the Presby terian church at 6:45 p.m. Milton Clark of Grand Bay visited Code Vice Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bragg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben nie Vice Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chaddock from Mobile visited her sister, Mrs. T. F. Boykin, and Mr. Boy kin last week returning home Saturday. rents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Goff. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baria spent Friday evening with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kasaby of Escatawpa. Mrs. Lum Cumbest of Three Rivers spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Nadine Swensen. Mrs. Lamar Baria is in New Orleans where she was called to the bedside of her brother, Ford Jones, who is critically ill at the Foundation hospital. Mrs^ George Shampine of Kfe ole and Mrs. Wilton Kirkwood and daughter were Monday guests of Mrs. Edgar Baria. Miss Rosa Lee Baria of Mo bile was a guest Wednesday of her mother, Mrs. Tom Baria, who accompanied her home to spend the rest of the week. NEWS FROM . . . Franklin Creek The trustee election for the Orange Lake school will be held at the school on Saturday, March 5. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Donnell of Mobile spent' a few days at their summer home at Goode’s Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bragg cel ebrated their 19th wedding anni versary on Fridayt February 25. James Poole and Sydney Ram sey of Grand Bay visited in the Robert Bragg home on Sunday. Jackson county is to be con gratulated on the efficiency of its forestry commission in fire fighting and for being on the job. At a recent forest fire in this community, within the hour aft er it had been reported the fire fighters were on the job. With a Jeep and plow they plowed new fire breaks and saved most of the land from being burned. Tom Dantzler and Fred Taylor visited Robert Bragg on Saturday. KILLS WOLVES FROM PLANE MOSCOW — (AP) — Sergei Gorbunov has killed 338 wolves with a rifle fired from an air plane. A “Tass” dispatch from Kazane said that Gorbunov, a veteran of the last war, has been having great success from a PO-2 plane. Using an ordinary hunting rifle he killed 251 wolves last winter and during several flights this season he has slain another 87. I .. H-W. r We Have A Few Reconditioned Refrigerators At $50 and up WITH GUARANTEE 108 N. Pascagoula Street Phone 454 L-. ) now, at last... a gay, carefree car to help you re-discover the fun of motoring••• it9s the Jeepsfer I , Snug and warm in bad weatherA ,: • '*-4 ■ z The Jeepster is as informal as a sport coat, and twice as much fun to be in. Your first ride in this daring new car will set you to making plans. The sleek, racj appearance cloaks a chassis that's engineered to ride ' lower and safer. The Jeepster"s low weight and the mighty 'Jeep' engine, with overdrive, will give you great gas mileage. Perhaps you have noticed people driving the Jeepster . . . they all seem to be smiling. Come in . . . see the Jeepster and learn their secret. ) COAST CITIES MOTORS SALES Jeep Station Wagons. Cars and Trucks PHONE 263 226 W. LIVE OAK STREET PASCAGOULA Pascagoula Girls Win Success In College Activities Misses Genevieve Moore and Patricia Winter of Pascagoula both attained honors in different fields of endeavor at Mississippi State College for Women, accord ing to late releases. Miss Moore, more popularly known as “Vivi *, is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore, was selected as the most effec tive senior major character last week. Miss Moore played the role of James Dyke in “The Valiant”, a tragedy by Hall and Middle mass, which tied for first place with the sophomore production of “Two Crooks and a Lady”. Miss Moore is president of the Women’s Athletic association, and member of the Physics, and the Physical Education clubs, and the President’s Council. Miss Winter, who is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Win ter, was one of 17 MSCW stu- i dents to qualify for Red Cross swimming instructor’s certificates recently and was the only one in the freshman’s class to pass the Red Cross insurance course in life-saving and water safety in a written and practical examina tion given by Eugene Jones, At lanta, Ga., field representative of the National Red Cross. POSTMAN TAPS TWICE — OR MORE LONDON —(AP)—Instead of ringing twice, Postman Peter Cyril Slaugh taps many times. An amateur tapdancer, the 21 year-old mail carrier dances down the sidewalk and up the porch steps along his route. When the day's work’s done, he goes off to his tapdancing j lessons. 1 fl m< flb S s 3 s 2 V V"|/ XI' |S \ / ^ H. H. Hill J. Ben Caver HILL'S PEOPLE'S Sinquefield’s FOOD STORE DRUG STORE oldsmobIle "Pascagoula's Friendly 'Tilling Prescriptions Is A SALES Market" Profession With Us" „ SE?V,ICE , • Stocking Only Genuine 340 Market Street 211 S. Pascagoula St. Oldsmobile Parts -' Gene Talbott TALBOTT MOTOR CO.. INC. Authorised Servk Servicing All Make Cara Wheel Aligning and Balancing Dr. Marvin H. Jacobs Complete Lem Grinding Facilities Dr. Marvin H. Jacobs Optometrist Mesianine Wiggins Bldg. —. T. W. Tucker Caver & Tucker Sporting Goods Everything for the Sportsman Pete and J. L. Stringer STRINGER PLUMBING & HEATING CO. Moss Point, Miss. "The Beil tn Heating end Plumbing" ALL WORK GUARANTEED OKlce Phone 4411 He*. Phone 47H 1111 Mein St.. Highway »0 INI Ml.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Martin PUGH'S FLORAL SHOP Member F.T.D. Association "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" ; 210 N. Pascagoula St. Clarence H. Fox GEM JEWELRY CO. ! Expert Watch Repairing Diamonds — Watches Mr. and Mr*. Jamas F. Velcich Beach Park Restaurant "Serving the World's Best Stuffed Crabs" Chicken. Steaks, Sea Food Biography Of T. N. Tucker In 1947 T. N. Tucker entered the firm of Caver and Tucker Sporting Goods, a business established 3 years ago and located at 502 Delmas. Mr. Tucker is partner and manager. Caver & Tucker Sporting doods carry McGregor, Goldsmith, Raw lins, Red Fox, etc., spqrting equip ment, Lee tennis supplies, Dodge trophies, bicycles» and supplies, Christmas toys of all kinds, and a complete line of fishing and hunt ing equipment; they also sell Cham pion and Scott-Atwater outboard motors. Mr. Tucker is active in sports, having been coach at Mc Calley Military School, and Boys Work secretary, and physical director for Y.M.C.A. at Chattanooga. Mr. Tucker is a grad uate of the University of Chattanooga, where he received a B.S. degree. He is keenly interested in all sports—fishihg, hunt \ ing, football, basketball, but his hobby is boys development work. Mr. Tucker is a member of the Episcopal Church, Elks £lub, Kiwanis Club, Chaihber of Commerce, Little Theatre, Coaches and Officers Association and the Quarter Back Club, which he organized. Mr. Tucker married Miss Margaret Meadows of Tampa. They have a son, Michael Louis, and a daughter, Margaret Louise. iyfi ir K. W. Burnham C. B. Armiitead BURNHAM'S WALGREEN AGENCY "Miiiinippi'i Moit Modern and Complete Drug Store" Mon Point. Min. .....- ..... _r. V Joe Adkison STIGLER'S "Your Good Will Our Greatest Asset" Hardware—Sporting Goods Goodrich Tires—Batteries MW Market Street y Claiborne Koch KOCH APPLIANCE, INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC Domestic — Commercial Appliances 304 Delmas Avenue Harold Monro# WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES Davit Curve Safety Tires Fishing Tackle. Tools Pascagoula and Moss Point 'V 1 - ' » > Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cooper Cooper's Bakery 227 Delmas Avenue And At Your Favorite Market "When Better Goods Are Baked . . . We ll Be The Bakers" kaaeHS«HMHaBi I I : Paul Stisen Commercial and Domestic REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE STISEN Refrigerator Service Highway 90 Moss Point \4P* G. T. Stallworth Stallworth Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishings CASH OR TERMS Next To Pix Theatre W. H. Jones STUDEBAKER Sales — Service All Make Cart Repaired Wheel Alining W. H. JONES MOTORS 707 Market Street ( W. H. Nelson, Jr. PONTIAC CARS International Trucks Body and Fender Repairs and Painting Complete Repair Service On All Make Cars W. H. Nelson, Jr. Moss Point . . ..mi ii-i mu * Douglas E. Pogue ^ r POGUE ELECTRIC " ' Commercial-Industrial Electrical Contractors Sheet Music and Records 336 Delmas Avenue ■aMmeaanMHa— ry- v .. t