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Chamber Of Commerce Committees Announced By President Lee Jordan By JEAN HANDY Committees for the Chamber Commerce for the vear have been announced bv Lee Jordan, i They are: industrial, W. H. Cal- j houn, A. P. Moran, E. C. Lloyd; j finance, Gordon Vancleave. i Henry Girot, George Young; sea food* A P. Moran. J. K. Lemon. Bennie Seymour: publicity, G. R.. Johnson, Gordon Vancleave, E C. Llovd; membership. Champ Gay, Albert Auer, Frank Schmidt; j veterans affairs, Ernest Schmidt, William McPherson, Milton Sey mour, Bernard Van Court; retail merchants, Roland Lovelace, Chester McPherson, Sr., Don Eglin. Everette Busbee; civic and community, Frank O. Schmidt, W. H- Calhoun and H. H. Hayden. Guild Mealing St. Ann’s Guild of St. John’s Episcopal church met with Mrs. M. M. Parker Wednesday night. Plans were completed for a food sale and the Guild voted to send a gift to the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. • Beverly Dalgo. Mrs. Dalgo is an active member of the Guild. One new member, Mrs. John Whitknact and a visitor, Mrs. Milton Hunter, were wel comed by Mrs. James Bridges, I president, and a birthday gift was presented Mrs. G. R. Johnson, a member. Mrs. Parker served a ■ 1' supper plate following the meet ing. State Legion Commander Stan ley Armstrong and Mrs. Arm strong and young son of Natchez spent the weekend with his moth er, Mrs. Henry Armstrong. Capt. and Mrs. Lee Allen of Greenville. S. C., en route to New York, stopped over for the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harris Hall of Gulf Hills. They left Mon day for New York and were ac companied by Mrs. Hall as far as Memphis where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Members of the Debuette club met last Thursday with their president, Miss Ann Joachim. Charles May Ray and Jayne Nixon were in charge of the MYF meeting Sunday night at St. Paul’s Methodist church after which supper was served by Misses Lloyd Lee and Terry Turner. Sue Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, enter tained neighborhood. friends at a birthday party Tuesday after noon. Island Outing The seventh grade of Ocean Springs school enjoyed a trip to Ship Island Saturday. After the class gathered at the Town Hall they were taken to Biloxi to board the “Lela C” owned by Captain Champagne. It was a 1 Notice To The Public , In order to devote my entire time and undivided attention to my auto mobile sales and service and retail gasoline business, I have sold my wholesale Shell gasoline distributing business to G. E. Briggs, who will con tinue to serve Shell gasoline dealers in this area. I believe that my many customers who have done business with me dur ing the past years will benefit from this move through more efficient service for their automobile needs, both gen eral serviceing and repair. The sale of the wholesale gasoline distributing business in no way effects my ownership of the Singing River Oil Co., and the Singing River Sales Co., which will continue to serve you under my direct supervision. P. H. (Phil) CHESNUT I J field and pleasure trip and data was collected by different groups. A picnic lunch was enjoyed and they then went through Ft. Mas sachusetts. Those making the trip were Wanda Seymour, Beryl Fountain, Ronald Benezue, Hu bert Parker, Jack O’Neill, Julie Pe.rker, Margie Anderson, Anise Hopkins, Ann W’ebb, Irvin Fink, Ray Mallette, Patsy Rouse. Mary Lynn Bilbo, Helen Stewart. June Noel, Lucille Weaver, Larry Mor gan, J. C. Spicer, Wade Campbell and Robert Swartz. They were accompanied by Mrs. Swartz, sev enth grade teacher, Marvin White, football coach, and Mrs. Pete; Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. William McPher son motored to New Orleans Sun day to see the former’s father, Chester McPherson who is in Touro Infirmary for a check-up. The Rev. W. R. Storie of the Baptist church has returned from Gulfport where he has been con ducting a revival in the First Bap tist church for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Baker and daughters, Sharon and Stephanie, and Robert E. Baker of Houston, Tex., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Baker. Mrs. iteoecca L,yna ana son ot Caesar, Miss., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Lee and family. Mrs. Vera Cain of Hazlehurst and Mrs. W. M. Edwards of Franklin, La., were visitors last week of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis. Mrs. Beverljf Dalgo, who was taken to the Biloxi hospital the first of last week, returned home Friday and is recuperating nicely. A moonlight picnic was en joyed Saturday night by a group of young people who motred to Hamills beach for a bon fire and supper. Those attending were Misses Jackie Voivedich, Jov Smith, Estelle Gay, Patsy Rouse, Barbara Grace of New Orleans, Sharon Maurer and Mrs. Wallace Edwards, Fred Lemon, Charles Hutchinson, Charles Rouse, Cecil Maxwell and Oscar Joachim. Harry Lee of Natchez spent the weekend with his family. The Home Economics depart ment of the Colored school held a flower show Friday afternoon. The girls served punch to 50 vis itors. The silver offering will go toward the purchase of an elec tric refrigerator. The exhibits were placed on long tables and prizes were awarded by votes of the visitors. Winners were Joce lyn Seymour, first; Zella Mae Williams, second; Barbara Jean Hopkins and Jane McLaurin, tie for third. A cake baked by Mrs. Ray Allen was won by Gertrude Edwards. The flower show was sponsored by Mrs. James Leavell and Mrs. Ray Allen assisted by Mesdames Charles Marquis, E. L. McClure, Charles Carr, E. G. Trimble, Walter Lindsey, Monroe Cockress and Dick Waters. Charles Carr, student at GCMA spent several days with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Carr. He is an executive officer in Com pany D ana one of the boys on the distinguished cadet list. He will graduate in May. Mrs. J. C. Wrlgm was nostess to the Tourigt club Friday after noon when she served tea to Mes-1 dames Ralph Palfrey, Rose John- j son, C. N. Michael, Charles Hoff man, M. De Linn and J. U. Scharr. Mrs. Walter Davidson, Mrs. Mayon Johnson and Mrs. George Basley were hostesses last Wed nesday afternoon to the St. Al phonsus Card club at the Eglin House. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cole, nee Sharon Webb of Beaumont, Tex., were guests for the weekend of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ern est Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Webb. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Grace and children and Mrs. Ehel, mother of Mrs. Grace, all ot Itew Or leans, spent the weekend at their home here. St. John’s Guild met at the S home of Mrs. Fleet Everhart Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. El lis Handy presiding. Plans for a program at the church Sunday morning in observance of Moth er’s Day in the form a a child’s program in which all babies and their parents will take part, were discussed. Following the business, the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Oscar Sandin of Sweden, niece of Mrs. Carl Lindstrum. ar rived by plane, making the trip in 20 hours, to visit Dr. and Mrs. Lindstrum. Marcus Shanteau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Shanteau, has been ejected president of the Mississippi State college student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for next year. Mesdames Frederic Compliments Miss Frederic At Shower On May Day, Miss Madeline Frederic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frederic, who will wed George Futrelle of Golds boro, N. C., June 12, was honoree at a veryr lovely gift shower at which Mesdames G. J. Frederic, Louis Frederic and V. H. Frederic were hostesses at the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Frederic. Flowers gave a gala air to the rooms where the guests assem bled. Games were played with Mrs. Mildred Frederic and Mrs, Pedro Jane coming off as prize winners. The gifts, of which there were many, were cleverly presented through the medium of a simu lated wishing well, with rope and bucket with which the honoree drew them from its bottom. Cakes, cold drinks, nuts and mints were served to the 25 or more guests in attendance. Monthly Business Meeting Of Woman's Society Monday The Woman’s Society of Chris tian Service of the First Metho dist church of Pascagoula held its monthly meeting at the church Monday at 2 p.m. The time was given to discus sion of objectives for the new year. Plans were also made for the installation of officers at the meeting May 9 at 2 p.m. at the , church, and for a book review to be given by Mrs. James T. Thomp son, the first week in June the date for which will be set later. The meeting was directed by Mrs. C. A. Carrier, the president. • BEACH P-TA TO INSTALL OFFICERS The Beach School P-TA will hold its last meeting for the 194®- . 149 school year Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the school. The instal i lation of officers for the new ! year will take place at this time. ..... J One survey shows that there i are about 1,500,000 machines vending peanuts and other bulk products in the U. S. .—S. Jhrillinq to Drive...Thrifty to Om You’ll get a new thrill when you pilot this low-slung beauty through dense traffic with the greatest of ease ... when you point the Jeepster s distinc tive prow down the road. ^ You’ll get another thrill when you see the gas-gauge needle stay ciose to "F” far longer than you thought possible!. The Jeepster’s low weight and thrifty engine with overdrive give you sensational mileage. Come in today and tryout the Jeepster—see why it is America’s top sport car buy! COAST CITIES MOTORS SALES Jeep Station Wagons, Cars and Trucks PHONE 263 ' 226 W. 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