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B&B Auto Heater $22.50 Formerly $36.95 The B 8r B hot water heater is one of the very best on the market. We have several on hand that we don't want to carry over for another season and wo are passing this groat saving along to you. Gulf Motor Parts, Inc. 118 N. Pascagoula Street Phone 1281 .... DEVOE FLOOR AND DECK ENAMEL —means open house for the rate tratk set i MADE WITH NEW AIKYD RESINS FOR LONGER WEAR AND TO CHECK FADING! This famous Dovoe product is now hotter than ever! It stands up longe r, practically refuses to fade in spito of long exposure to sunlight! Use Devoe Floor a nd Deck F.namel oil porches, terraces, floors and other places wliero traffic is heavy and weather docs its worst. Use it on wood, concrete, linoleum or canvas dfecks, and you’ll be delighted with the way it covers with a single coat. Popular colors. Dries ready for ubo overnight. News From HARLESTON Dorothy Hubbard Honored At Party On 11th Birthday By Bonnie Fay Powell Dorothy Hubbard was honored at ,i party given on her 11th birth day bv her mother Saturday. Aft ; er several games were played : cocoa, cake, cookies and candy ; were served to Karen Larsen. Jeanette Christensen, Bonnie Fay and Betty Ruth Powell, Sine Schmitz, Jean and Pat Hill, Elsie and Raymond Nybaard, Lawrence Hubbard, M rs. Wesley Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Manley Hubbard. Mrs. Irene Bridgeo and Mr . Raymond Tanner went to Luce dale Monday. Miss Lozelle Hubbard, Robert andLumar Davis and Johnny and j Carl Davis, shopped in Mobile Saturday. j To Council Meeting Mrs, Wesley Powell and Mrs. Burton Davis went to Home Dem onstration council meeting in Pas cagoula Tuesday. Mis.* Annie Davis, Miss Lou Galloway and Robert Davis vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Neal Parker in Wade Sunday. Mr. an<j Mi.;. Ivey Emerson were in Mobile Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tilley art parents of a boy they have named | M. L. Those from this community at tending the air shows Sunday Were: Mr. and Mrs. Manley Hub bard, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nygaard, Mr. and Mr.;. Wcrlc.v Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Schmitz. Birmingham Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ta I mad go Davin son, Birmingham, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hubbard and family visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Hubbard, over the weekend, Karl Hamilton remains critical ly ill in the Mobile Infirmary. There will be a community sins at Reseda I c church Friday at 7:31 I). in. Mrs. Sterling lluhbard attend ed the WSCS leaders’ traininf meeting in Klcatawp* Wednes day. ILLNESS MAKES COWBOY ON ECO, Fla. — (AP) - Rheu matic fever made sports impossi ble for Burdette Parent, so hi has substituted cattle-raising. The 10-year old fifth grade stir dent had the illness when he w«; rx, and it left him f ith a heart murmur which ruled out sports although he . till likes to watcl j them. He' also a Cub Scout work | ing on his Bear Badge. He has raised steers “coopera tively” with other members ol 1 his family before but now he :y ; doing a solo with a 540-pound Ab | erdeen Angus steer, looking foi | laurels in 4-H club work. Jackson County Map To Be Centerpiece A framed map of Jackson coun ty with towns and waterways in color and a decorative compass will be centerpiece on the guests' table at the VA hospital in Biloxi at Thanksgiving. . The dining room will be deco- i rated for Thanksgiving Day by n ! committee of Jackson County Red Cross workers under the chairmanship of Mrs. James Detrick. / News From BIG POINT Residents See Sunday Air Show At Bales Field ; By Norma Faye Goff Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goff and daughter, Brunette, and Charles Bunten attended the air show at Bates field Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goff and! Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ray Wilson were I guests at the air show at Bates Sunday. After regular afternoon church services Sunday, by re quest of Mrs. Gene Strong, who is ill, a large crowd gathered at her home for prayer and song service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ogburn were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Mary Parkhurst. Mrs. A. L. Vincent has been returned to Providence infirmary, Mobile, for further medical care. Otis Goff of Tanner Williams spent Saturday visiting his moth er, Mrs. H. B. Kennedy. Guests For Sunday Sunday guests of the H. L. Vin cent family were Mr. and Mrs J. H. Vincent, Biloxi, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Vincent, Agricola, and Mesdames E. E. Cole and W. S. Smith, Pascagoula. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and Mrs. W. C. Carter were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Hurdis Nelson. Mobile, visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Musser, Brookley field, were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Vincent. Mrs. Ray has returned home after spending several days at the county hospital. \ 4-H Club Plans Party, Installation A Christmas program and in stallation service for new officers were planned at a meeting of Hurley 4-H club last week. Miss Fay Strother, assistant home demonstration agent, met with the group. Ernie Lee Nelson, vice president, presided. The program featured group singing. GetThe Car Yovlhete Also—Two Other Great . Willys-Station Wagons 2-Wheel-Drive Station Wagon with 4-Cylin der Engine. Overdrive at no extra cost. 2-Wheel-Drive Station Wagon with 6-Cylin der Engine. Overdrive at no extra cost. WILLYS StationWaqon The 4‘Wheel-Prive Willvs Station Wagon keeps going through road and weather conditions that stop others cold. You can count or. its powerful all-wheel traction to get you through deep mud. sand or snow —to keep rolling on slippery ice with less skidding. 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