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Business Session And Lesson Mark Recent Meeting Of WSCS At Church By WINIFRED HAVENS Paint for the Sunday school floors will be purrhascd by the WSCS, according to action “taken at a meeting Tuesday at the j church. Mrs. R. M, Spaulding was j in charge of the devotional and | Mrs. N. W. Ramsay said the! prayer. Mrs. Ira T. Havens taught the remainder of the lesson. The next meeting will be Tuesday at 2 p. m. with Mrs. G. A. Broadus. Mrs. John Kelly recently re turned from Centerville, Ind.. where she made her home for over a year. M rs. C. L. Dees and daughter,! Peggy, spent Monday in New Or leans. Norris Jones has returned from Mobile. Miss Juanita Havens came from I Jackson Saturday to spend sev-j eral weeks at home. Mrs. Cammie Wilson, who has been attending summer school at Mississippi Southern, returned home Friday. A family night at' the church when each family will bring (heir •super for a get-together spread will be held Wednesday after the first Sunday of each month. Bonnie Chape) church will have a supper Saturday to which ev eryone is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Kevis Rabby and family of Coden, Ala., were re cent visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis and family. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stine of Gautier. Miss Earline Mitchell returned recently from Mobile. Stewart Ramsay returned home to Pascagoula Friday from a visit with his grandmother here. A new American Legion house is being built near the teachers’ home. , Robin Ware of New Oi leans visited his aunt. Miss Lizzie Ware this week. Mi and Mrs Barn Rogers and children of Eseatawpa and Mr. and Mi .. Russell Goff of Pasca goula were recent visitors In the Hawley home. Mr. and Mrs. Chandler' Havens came Saturday from New Or leans foi a short visit with rela tives and friends. Luther Flurry of Pascagoula visited relatives here Friday aft er attending Old Settlers’ Re union. Sunday visitors of the Cliff Rouse and L. P. Hawley families were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rouse and daughter of Ocean Springs. Mrs. Phil Weider of Ocean Springs visited her sister, Mrs. George Jones, recently. A nail pulling will he held each Tuesday and Wednesday evening at (In' school grounds so that lumber may be made ready to use in building the new gymna sium. Everyone is urged to help and receive as a reward a free ticket to the show on Saturday evenings. Debate Featuros Box Supper Given By B & PW Club A debate on the merits of the career woman versus the home maker featured the supper hour at the box supper given by the Business and Professional Wom en's club Monday night at the 11th Street activities building Miss Dottle Daniel and Joe Moore, who debated in favor of the housewife, won the decision ever Miss Polly McClure ' and Everette Harper who argued for | the career girl. Judges were Mrs. Manuella Taylor, Miss Vela McKinley and j Mac Parks. i Local Guardsmen Get To Do Things The Army Way The artillery section of Pasca- j goula’s National Guard unit spent i the first two days of Battery B’s annual training course servicing l 155mm howitzers, according to word from Fort Benning, Ga., training center The wire section has set up wire nets. Picked members have been taught switchboard opera tion. Field operation of FM trans mitters is being taught to radio section. The local group, commanded by Captain Wilbur G. Dees, is made up of M Sgt. James George, Ser geants Harold Scott, Julian Mc Leod, Robert Stone and Wallie Cox. Corporals Henry Bosarge, Leon ard Trehern, Chester Martin, James Hudson and Henry Mas sengale. Privates, first class, Fred Ab ney, John Cauley, Lynn Clark, Marshall Gilmer, Robert Haire,' Robert Murrah. Gerald Purdy and Otis Shuttles. Jon Shepherd, Rufus Whitfield, John Wilkerson, Harry Ham monds. Leo Webb, Vincent Webb, Charles Hudson, Joseph Mans field and Julius Chastartf. Privates Preston Gardner. Jesse Gunn. Riley McVeay, Al fred Moore, Monte Richards, Lew is Rogers, Norman Wells, Cecil 1 Ugas, Lewis Linder, Eugene Dai ley, William Fulton and Gerald Gardner. Recruits Whelan Dubose, Trav is Perez. Merril Webb, Bruce Wroten, W. V. Hunt, Roderick Lee, Clarence Hightower, Lester Taylor, Robert Drye, Robert Bishop, Donald Brimm, Williard Mansfield and Madison Weems. About 15 per cent of all steel production in the United States is used by the automobile in dustry. Mrs. HalLoe Is Hostess To Sunday School Class On Friday evening Mrs. Hal Lee was hostess to the MRS class at the First Baptist church of Pas cagoula, of which she is teacher. Mrs. Lee’s home on River road was the setting for her hospi tality. Mrs. Charles McKay, who was a guest outside of the class mem bership gave an inspirational talk which was followed by a busi ness session. 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