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First Baptist Church Circles . . .
Members Share Their Christmases \ \t ,' .Some of the circles of First Baptist church shared their Christmas ’with others less for Innate by packing baskets to pie s*nt to the peedy at Yule-tide Meetings were heid Monday at the homes of circle members. The time was given to study un <41 the serving of refreshments by each hostess. PEARL CALDWELL 'Mrs. P. K. Walker was hostess to the circle at its meeting at her home with Mrs. C. C. McCoy, Jr., president of the WMS, and Mrs. Louise Ezell as visitors. Opening player was by Mrs. J. S. Abbey, vieho also taught Bible study. Dur iifg the business period it was de cided to pack a Christmas banket iy presentation to a needy fam iW- Mrs. E. B. Bowman said clos ing prayer. JIM CLARK i •'The meeting of the Eastlawn njission circle was opened by the chairman, Mrs. H. J. Murry, fol lowing which the assembly sang “Silent Night,” and Mrs. W K Alexander said a prayer. Bible study was led by Mrs, J. D. Ready. There were 10 members apd one visitor, Mrs. B. C. Fisher, present . * ANNA COWAN This circle met at the home of the chairman, Mrs. J. T. McMul lan, with six present. The meet ! ing was opened with prayer after j which the book of Ruth was dis cussed by the entire circle. JIMMY FOSTER The circle held it< meeting at the home of .Mis. T. 13. (lallaspy I with Mis. J. J. Wedgeworth, com inunity missions chnirman, con ducting a cottage prayer meeting at the circle's project for the month. Opening prayer was said by Mrs. Gallaspy after which Mrs, C. 13, Ellerman presented a devg tional on Luke: II; fi 14; Mrs. J. L. Van Osdol, co-chairman, di rected the business period in the •absence of Mi i. C. E. McClellan. Discussion centered on the quar terly meeting ’ at the church, on the second Monday in January. i Mrs. Clara Martin, who was a guest., directly* Bible study in tlv absence of the leader, Mrs. A. B. .Hooper. JOHN WATTS The circle met at the home of Mrs. George Harrison with her [mother, Mrs. J. H* Rogers, as j hostess. There were 10 members and two visitors, Mis. Harrison anrl Mis. V/. L. McNair, in attend ance. Opi ning prayer was led by the chairman, Mrs. (I. W. Hall, and the Hook of Ruth, was dis cus-erl by Mis. Charles McKay. Prayers were said* by Mesdames J. If. Newton and Hal Lee. Mr . Hall was recipient of a gift, from the circle. MALAYAN SUICIDES Kuala Lumpur, Malaya — (AP) —Favorite suicide method in the Federation of Malaya last yeai was poison. "Cutting or piercing instruments” rated second. Hang ing was a poor thiid. SALVAGING WHITE HOUSE BRICKS Washington - (AP) — Officials estimate about 500,000 old bricks will be removed in rebuilding the White House, but many of them will be put back. 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Parties And Programs Mark Close Of School For Christmas Holidays •I By Mrs. Lee Thomas Gautier school closed Friday for Hie holidays. The lunch room marked tlx' day by serving a tur key dinner. The dining room was decorated with a tree and other Christmas decorations. Each room held an individual party and each had a decorated tree. The seventh and eighth grades enjoyed a par ty with Mrs. George Douglas, Mrs. If. B. Rollins and Mrs. New ton Gautier in charge. The fifth ami sixth grades enjoyed a party and a contest with Bill Yocum winning the prize. Mrs. O. J. Pet ersen, Mrs. R. C. Hunt and Mrs. I.ee Thomas were hoster es. Hot chocolate, cookies and apples were served. Mis. Gorman’s third and fourth grades enjoyed a visit from Santa. They had refreshments of cookies and hot chocolate. In the primary room a number of pre school children and their mothers enjoyed the party along witti the | first and second grade pupils. A | program of songs and recitations wa presented hv the first and sec ond grade pupils. Mrs. Wallace Andrews, Mrs. .). C. Trussell, Jr., and Mrs. Hurley Guillotte were hostesses. Iced squares, fruit punch and candy were served. Santa visited the room and gave out gifts and fruit and stockings of candy. Shower For Mrs. Rowell Mrs. Ramons Webb honored Mrs. Charles Rowell at a stork shower Wednesday afternoon. The living room and dining room were decorated in the Christmas motif. A beautifully decorated _ tree was center of interest. Fruit punch and cake were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Mabel Franklin. A contest was enjoyed and Mrs. J. C. Yocum won the prize. Dr. William Quinn of Jackson spent the weekend here and en joyed a hunting trip with Paul Lebatard, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelson, Jack sonville, Fla., visited Mrs. James McGrath Sunday. James Wells Fuller who is at tending school in West Point, is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Fuller. Home For Christmas . Miss Betty Gray Roberts, who ] is a student nurse at Methodist hospital, Hattiesburg, arrived home Friday and will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Roberts through Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. James McGrath attended a Shrine convention in Mobile Saturday. Home From The Indies Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Loper, Jr., who have been living in Trinidad, West Indies, for the past year ar rived home Thursday. They were welcomed hv Mr. Loper’s parents, Mr. and Mi s. Loper and Mrs. Lop er’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wior. Stewart Weir, USN, arrived home Monday to spend the holi days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weir. k I ! X 2 I _■ $ The warmth of spirit i^j that accompanies #j* ^ every Christmas season ^ ik is with us again in 1949 Our wish is 2 iJ iZ §9 that you can H * e ^participate to the fullest X V in a universal 2 5? MERRY CHRISTMAS • *5 > a < I? #*i! ** xN i? 2|! f EASY PAY glj | TIRE STORE 11 h> aft ^ * # Moss Point Alton Thompson, Manager ^ I? 2 is • % * t , t Mr. and Mis. C. L. Clifford, Jr. 'announce birth of son Friday at I the county hospital. He has been named Carroll Louis III. He weighed eight pounds, three ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green vis ited New Oilcans Saturday. Tommy Roberts, USN, stationed j at Pearl Harbor, arrived home 1 Thursday night to spend the hoi- i idays with his parents, Mr. and i Mrs. T. N. Roberts. James McGrath left Wednes day for Christfield, Md„ to visit his mother. M isses Mayfnx Gautier and Mary Elsie Petersen and Mrs. James McGrath visited Biloxi Monday. M iss Mary Elsie Petersen ar- ! rived home Friday to spend Christmas with her mother Mrs. O. J. Petersen. She is a student at Perkinston. * Jack Green returned to Venice, La., Sunday where he will bp for the next two weeks. Mai by Penton, who was a pa tient at Veterans’ hospital last week, was discharged Friday and is at his parent’s home this week. 1 BOY CASHES IN ON DEVALUATION Chatham. England — (AP) — A 12-vear-old boy was the first customer to capitalize on Ihe de valuation of the pound at the Na tional Provincial Bunk here. David Campbell reached two quarters, a dime and a nickel through the teller’s cage and asked for shillings and pence in ex change. “I took the coins from my col lection." he said. "I want to buy U bicycle pump." GIVES FAST RELIEF COLD MISERIES STRIKE i-vj ft jv/ir itmuo ft jf* ft ft ft,.* %*SHSP I/O & g>. » 7^c tv'cjhi before ^ if Ohrislraas... § $ Few experiences surpass /y beauty that hush of jj& wonderful expectancy that falls % ft over the home on Christmas eve. This season » » 2 1$ of /vyv holds that tn store for you. r? If $5 & 1 i I 1 5 ft 6 $ 1 ft • 1 ** I_I I W. H. NELSON, JR. I || ft i* Your Pontiac Dealer k » im/9 k/yf itATf^p *K9& Wonderful surprises to find under the tree on Christmas morn ... the gifts that con tinue to be wonderfully wanted and used months after the Great Morning! - These are the fine quality gifts we offer — gifts for y mom and dad . . . brother fjp and sis... in fact for all the ^ family and perfect choices for friends, too! Come see our attractive, wide gift as sortment, today! * M m FELDMAN’S 'X '"7/m £aUt SLfU at Urn Xdamdt Puead" '' ^