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News From Franklin Creek . . .
Christmas Program Will Be Given At The Orange Lake School Tonight 3 By Mrs. Robert Bragg Christmas plays will V her' at the school tonight: Patrons 1 : the school are cordially invb: M. School will be disnu h t tor the holidays. Mr.' and Mrs. *Ponzy Pnun ■ Mobile, visited Mr. and Vis. Uoii eit Bragg Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Danley, Seven Hil Alo.. spent the week with M end Mis. George Dovers. %. Mrs. J. B. Blackwell pent 'lv night with her daughter nn?3 >n in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cnrltf: Dan jels, in Mobile. 4 H Clubs Meet Miss Vein McKinley and M' Mauldin .met with the 4-H < In at the school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Lumber! 'Theodore, visited their parent Mr. and Mrs. James Lambert Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garner on M rs. Eell Lambert drove to Mo bile to visit thejr sister, Mrs. 3w Strasser, who joined them on chopping trip in Mobile. Mrs. John O’Donnell had guest Will Demaranville, Mobile, | at his summer home on Good’:; I Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 'Begged: had ns guests their son and dough ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chrr Beggerly. Jackson. Family Reunion A family reunion >Was held t j the home of Mr. ami Mis. J. E. j McDonald. All their children came for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beggerly visited Gulfport Monday.' ’ Mr. and Mrs. George Devers ;ftid Mrs. Ellen Danh y Visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bragg Sunday. ' Mr and M: . J. R. McDonald hove had ns their guest their gi .indri-a tighter from Jackson who returned Sunday. HISTORIC CHURCH FIREPLACE FOUND Philadelphia — (AP) —An old colonial fireplace that once was : Hi of fisc Fit i Hi !u iK’d (Jer mun Church in this county has been uncovered in a long unused storage loft, one-time site of the church.. Now 'the Reformed and Evangelical Church, it was found ed in 1727 in n barn. In 1772 it began the erection of an enlarged church. Dunng the Revolutionary War the Race Street Reformed church, r,s it then was known, had nn honorable part in the struggle* of the colonists for Independence, When the British cSptured Phil adelphia and their troops marched by the church, the. ten-year-old son of the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Casper Dietrich Weybcrg, stood on the doorstep# and shouted: “hun ah for George Washington”. The Hessians imprisoned Dr., Weyberg and used the church ns a hospital. In 1837, the city con tributed $15,200 to renovate the chuieb as i historic shrine. f__ [ A REAL BARGAIN! B&B Auto Heater Formerly $36.95 The B&B hot water heater is one of the very best on the market. Wo have several on hand that wo don't want to carry over for another ■ • on and wo are passing this great saving along to you. Gui! Motor Paris, Inc. 118 N. Pascagoula Street Phone 1281 ■ .....-.. . i i ... -i EXTRA SPACE AT THE “CONVENIENCE LEVEL” t > • The 1950 Crosloy Ttefrigemtnr give- you extra space a6 tile “CONVEHIBNCK 1.1 Vi l„” F/xclu JVe new WORh.HAVKIC design givea you up to 23'more space in sum. sizo, cabinet—easy to re.'.eh- cany to use no stoopuig clear to the lloor—and all the space is refrigerated! • Come in—see all the wonderful new features in tho 1900 Slielvador. You’ll e roe that it’s the most beautiful rcixigcrutor you ever saw! •tummun uwio. f.n «*. u.s. m. Of. Letter Sruducti fur Happier hieing SUTHOFF HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. "10,001 Articles" 605 Main St. MOSS POINT, MISS. Ph. 3621 * A^oss Roirti Churches ... ?,, f* Programs Announced For Christmas PRESBYTERIAN The story of Christmas will be pi rsented in a series of tableaux accompanied by a musical inter pretation of Christmas carols ting by the choir Wednesday at 7:.'id p.m. Thui lay at 7:00 p.m, the an nual Christmas tree will be held foe the Sunday School. METHODIST The calendar of Christmas (•rut ; at First Methodist church will begin with a Christmas tree1 for the Sunday school, held 'Fri day evening. Christmas evening, Tom Lon- : nep, will give a recital of Christ mas readings with musical at*- | companiment. . M: ?. Chest* r Lyons, president of th-* Woman’s Society of Chris tinn Service, was hostess to a : joint meeting of the circles at | her home Monday afternoon. Tht* Christmas season was beautifully oxpu-s.se,l in the decorations. A Christmas program was pro ented with Mr Clark Britton re.-.ding “The Other Wi-e Man.’’ Miss Ina Thompson gave a pic ture of the Yuletide in the Bel gian Congo with a reading en titled “Love Caine Down.” Mrs. Hugh Castle concluded the pm giam wbh the leading of the. Christmas story from Luke. A group i>l Chi istmas record ing.-, wi re played by Mr-;. John Cirlut during the social hour when the hut.te a served refresh ments. Mi Arthur Lassiter and Mrs. Edwin Mm line/, were joint ho.-t e i , at the Las=iter home M >n day evening at >a social meeting of the Wesleyan Guild. , The Christmas season was ex p-e; i-l in decorations. On the lace covered table where gifts were placed for exchange among, members, a centerpiece of white | chrysanthemum;; and poinsettias was used with tall rod candles. Mi Inn Thompson gave the i devotional. Recordings of Christ- \ mas tunes were played. The guest list included 23 mem bers and guests. BAPT.ST Tile annual Christmas tree and program for the Sunday school of First Baptist church will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday preceding Christmas', at the church. Mrs. James T. Thompson gave the devotional and conducted the study at the “royal umbasiudor” program of the WMS Monday afternoon at the church. During a short business session presided over by Mrs. T. L. De l.ashmet, pre.- ident, reports Were givt n by committee chairman. Students Sing Yuletide Music At Rotary Cljub A program of Christmas music was presented at the Pascagoula Rotary club luncheon Wednesday by a chorus of students. A group of five selections of familiar yuletide songs were sung. Richard Hopkins read the.“Gift of the Magi” by O'Hunry. The chorus was composed of James Watts, Herman Grafe. James Thcisen, Harol.cn Winkle fifth, Jeannine Hilbun, Ruby Woods, Janice Nelson, Lula Mae Guillottc. POTATOES GIVEN THE BIRD Davis. Calif. — (AP) — Expe riments here have dashed hopes that surplus potatoes eould bo used t > fatten the large western turkey and chicken crops. Potatoes, both raw and dried, j have been fed to gobblers and cacklers in extended experiments ,:l the University of California College of Agriculture here. But the birds don’t respond, reports ( Xpert Frank Kratzer. The trials were based on a tip from Europe, where potatoes arc sometimes fed to-chickens. FOR RENT... Skill Saw Floor Sander Floor Polisher Hand Sender Asbestos Siding Cutter Caulking Gun Ciiy Lumber I & Supply Co. I Phone 13 J WRONG SLIPS? Washington — (AP) — Detec tives in a cruiser car saw a known numbers operator on the sidewalk with a paper bag in his hand. They told him to "come over here” and asked him what he had in the bag. "You know what I got,” the . *>isr«r we ,%&>« man replied. “I got numbers slips.” The officers arrested him—but Judge Thomas D. Quinn set him free. He held that the man was under arrest the moment the of ficers called him over—and that at that time they did not have evidence of a misdemeanor. I BRUMFIELD’S, Inc.-1 $ 8 fa The Comfort's Built Right In . . . Thi3 is a gift the m^n in your life will appreciate. Rugged, good looking, nationally advertised shoes that will still be "giving" long after Christmas. $8.95 sx I D 0 D. E. F. THE SOLE OF COMFORT * A. Brown or Black Calf B. Brown or Black Calf « C. Brown or Black Calf D. Brown Calf E. Brown Calf F. Oxblood Calf * » | r-n | OPEN 6 DAYS NEXT WEEK •| Our stores will be open the full six days of next week. After Christmas, mid-week clos V "j *0 ing will be resumed. M V___J 13* Brumfield's, Inc. t IN^BILOXI - BRUMFIE LD S 2 I Trowel Garden Club Has Christmas Party The Trowel Garden club held its Christmas party Tuesday aft ernoon in the American Legion home on Market, which was beau tifully decorated for the holidays. Mrs. James Detriek, vice presi dent presided in the absence of | Mrs. M. E. Wigington. Mrs. Detrick gave a talk on | Christmas decorations, in which ; she displayed various arrange ments and told the cost of each one. She used greenery, such as magnolia leaves and her color motif for each one was blue and silver with aluminum paint and f enamel as the medium. One especially beautiful table decoration, measuring 24 by 18 inches was first used to decorate the table around which gifts were piled, for exchange later on. This was given as a door prize, cap tured by Mrs. H. P. Heidelberg. Cookies and spiced tea were j served by the hostesses, Mes dames W. R. Guest. Jr.. McKinley Criswell, Carl Rohr and F. S. Faison. Singing of Christmas carols was led by Mrs. Vivian Frazier. “JOY GIFT" MEETING The Presbyterian Women will hold its “joy gift” meeting Mon day at 3 p. m. when a collection will go to the superannuated min isters, widows of ministers and their families. The Pascagoula collection will go to the general fund. Fish are best prepared for a journey by not being fed for four or five days. Plywood was first so named in 1914, although it has been is use for more than 100 years.