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Baptist Church Christmas Program Will Feature Play By Sunday School By Mrs. W. E. Monroe Mrs. George Cole and Mrs. Charles Wardrop attended the Home Demonstration Council par ty in Pascagoula Thursday. Much regret was expressed over the resignation of Miss Vela MsKin ley, agent. S'Sgt. and Mrs. Roy Phillips, Kecsler, went to Mobile Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mal lette. Quarterly Conference V. B. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spaulding attended quarter ly conference at Vancleave Meth odist church Sunday. "COME ON OVER Ml and get omcdilc-e*ed NOW n • Find out how easy and how fine home sewing can be with a modem Domestic Sewmachine! It's simple and satisfying with such “Malte you-want-to-scw” features as for ward and reverse sewing ... four point feed that guides the material straight and true. ..“tailor-made" buttonholes...plus all the frills and refinements you can name. Come ia for complete demonstration. l . " — ' “T * * [ HANDY HEIRS FOR HOME SEWING~] )Vf'e're headquarters for all your sewing needs. * ! Parts and supplies for Domestic and many other makes of sewing machines. 1. DARNER—Fits all sewing machines.. Mends, darns, monograms, etc. • . j 7. SEWLIGHT — Easily attached to any machine E*uts the light where you need it. 3. BEITS —Extra long length. Can be cut to fit any treadle sewing machine. 4. SEWING MACHINE Oil—Especially refined for sewing machine use. 4 at hi. 3. BOBBINS —Precision made for troublefre* performance. Rotary and long shuttle machines. _•’••••••••»•«] / 6. NEEDLES —A large assortment foe most sewing machines. Sites 00 to4. Dat Easy Terms Hill Furniture Store FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES "Ask Your Neighbor" Phone 2061 Mom Point - --- ■ ■ .— -- ■■ - ■■ - ■ ' % «. New* From FRANKLIN CREEK Students Give Yule Program At Orange Lake By Mrs. Robert Bragg The annual Christmas program was presented by students of Or ange Lake school Friday evening. A large crowd of patrons attended. Following the welcome address by Linda Bosarge a play was en acted by sixth grade students Vera Jean Roberts and Annie Mae Ricks sang as a duet, “Sil ent Night”. “The Birth of Christ” was pre sented in tableau by second and third grade students and fourth and fifth graders gave the play. “Christmas in the Melting Pot," The Baptist church will give its Christmas program tonight. There will be a tree and candy and fruit for the children. The Sunday school will present a short program. Taking part in the crowning of the king and queen at the school were Rogene Mallette and R. V. Wallker, Jr. . Tommy Cicoria, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cicoria, has been trans ferred to Fort Warren, Wyo., from Sheridan, 111. I Mr. and Mrs. George Mallette were guests of their son, James, and his family at Broome Sunday. The Charles Wardrops attended a football game in Biloxi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Martin, Perkinston, spent the weekend with their parents, the Jim Mar tins. Guests of Atwells Sgt. and Mrs. Clyde Adams, Bi loxi, visited the O. E. Atwells Sunday. Mrs. Earlinc McRaney and Mrs. Kfeblp Delancey visited Biloxi Friday. Mrs. W. O. Walker visited her mother, Mrs D. M. Bryant, in Gulfport Saturday. Raymond Mallette and Tom Cicoria visited Hattiesburg Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSoto will leave this week to visit relatives in Mansfield, La. Marland Mallette, member of the Moss Point faculty, is spend ing the holidays with his par ents, the George Mallette*. 'i £4 L! y ' Visit In Biloxi Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spaulding and Mrs. W. E. Monroe visited Biloxi Monday, -Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Myrick of Ocean Springs were Sunday guests of the W. O. Wallkers. Darnell and Geraldine Atwell. Helen Schneider, Mosely Mallette and R. V. Walker, Jr., attended a taffy pull at the home of Evelyn Jennings, Evergreen, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cicoria drov; to Lucedale Monday to see a tractor show, featuring new farm equipment and a picture, “Roots in the Soil.” Library Association Attending the Library Associa tion meeting Friday at Vancleave were Mesdames R. M. Spaulding, Raymond Mallette, Charles Ward rop, W. O. Walker, and Miss Doris Mallette, Vernon Walker, W. O. Walker and V. B. Taylor. R. M. Spaulding attended a board meeting of the United Poul try Products Association in Ocean Springs Saturday. C A. Ramsey, ill for some time, went to Biloxi last week for a check-up. f \ We Have A Few Recon3itioned Refrigerators and Gas And Electric Ranges At $40 & Up WITH GUARANTEE □ Phone 454 L) depicting the yuletide in other countries. To conclude the program the seventh grade gave. “Watch for Santa Claus,” apd the audience joined in singing' carols. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bragg and son visited Mr. and Mrs. George Devers, Pascagoula, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beg gerly had as guest over the week end their daughter from Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. George Devers spent Sunday with Mrs^ Ellen Danley of Seven Hills, Ala. Road crews have finished the new road from Grand Bay to Union Church. It has been black topped and new bridges built. They are now engaged in build ing roads from Grand Bay to Bayou La Batre. More than half of all the fer tilizer produced in the United States is used by farmers in the Cotton Belt. * Cpl. Leonard Norman Assigned To Texas Cpl. Leonard P. Norman, hus band of Mrs. Edna Earle Norman, Kreole, was recently assigned to the 97lh Bomb Group at Biggs field, El Paso, Tex. He is an air craft mechanic. Corporal Norman was previous ly at Keesler and Sheppard field, Wichita Falls, Tex. He served with the navy at Midway June to Oct., 1946. Recently Licensed Preachers Honored The Rev. and Mrs. Hurlan Hil bun honored the men of the church who were recently li censed to preach at a dinner in the substory of the church Friday evening. Honored were George Yeager, Paul Fry, Bennie Goodwin, Rich ard H. Schurman, Edgar Lee Altar Boys Of OLV Are Guests At Party OLV altar boys •were enter tained by a group of their moth ers at a Christmas party in the elementary school following their regular meeting Saturday. A program of carols was en joyed after which the boys pre sented gifts to Msgr. P. J. Carey and the Revs. Gregory Johnson and P. J. Hannelly. Sister M. Joseph received a gift a potted plant, from the boys. Father Johnson gave a short talk to the boys and their host esses. Starr, and Edward McRae. Others honored were Harlan Hilbun, Jr. and Jerry Furr. Mrs. Fry, Mrs. Goodwin and family and Mrs. Schurman, Miss es Mary Alice McRae, Marlene Byrd, Lillian Guillotte, Sigrid Goring and Jeanninc Hilbun were included in the guest list. After the 43 boys had been served punch, Christmas candies cookies and gifts were distributed by Santa Claus. Hostesses were Mesdames Mat Sumedinger, J. T. Clemens, Rob ert Delmas, J. W. Martin and Sam Leslie. The ant puts solid food in a pocket back of its jaws. The food is squeezed, the juice is swal lowed and the rest is thrown away. r.. 1 PROWL CARS GO BACK TO BLACK Denver — (AP).— After expe«*« rimenting with .radio patrol carsj^ painted black and white, the Den- ^ ver police department is going —~ back to all black. . This is fine with one captain v/no^' told reporters: "The pigeon and’, squirrel detail can't even sneaky up on the pigeons and squirrels,^ any more. Tire pests can see the cars coming blocks away." EYES EXAMINED. GLASSES FITTED LENSE DUPLICATED Frames Soldered aqd Repaired DR. A. B. CRANE, Optometrist Distributor for Zenith Hearing Aid Serving Eyes and Ears of Pascagoula Brumfield Bldg. Pascagoula. Miss. All The Fixins For An OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS DINNER . At The JITNEY JUNGLE IN EFFECT THROUGH <?■*. r i* DEL MONTE — NO. 2 CAN SLICED PINEAPPLE ..33c u/n ru'c GRAPE JUICE, Qi. 41c ORANGE JUICE, 46 Oz. Can.27c ,| DELICIOUS CHRISTMAS CANDIES . 1 11 1 111 GREAT NORTHERN Maxwell paper napkins, pkg. .. ioc House nss0E'2 r,lk..15c r „ PAPER TOWELS, roll . . . 15c l/OIIvC DELMONTE — SLICED OR HALVES Lb Tin PEACHES, No. 21 can .. . 25c BALLARD'S RQr Plmir 10Lb-Ba* 95c Out riOUf 25 Lb. Bag $1.96 _ ____ 1 "4 PURE LARD 4 Lb. Carton ... . 50c 16 Lb. Bucket $2.75 25 Lb. Bucket . $3.95 50 Lb. Can ... . . .. $7.75 SUGAR, 5 lbs.45,c 0LE0, uncolored ,1b. . . 20c MAGNOLIA MILK, condensed, can . 22c EGGS, dozen.49c SNOWDRIFT, 3-lb. tin... 79c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, pkg. ... 39c JUNGLE QUEEN FLOUR 10 Lb. Sack 75c 25 Lb. Sack $1.75 50 Lb. Sack $3.50 Every Sack Sold With A Money Back Guarantee OCEAN SPRXY CRANBERRY SAUCE ... 13c PLUM PUDDING, lb. can.. 65c ORANGES ir-,uteT 5c APPLES ™ D,l,',°” 10c LETTUCE mder 9c COCOANUTS JW- 25c LEMONS, 2 lbs. 25c PET MILK 3 Tall Cans 34 »-- - »*—■—■ **■ ■■■■——» Order Your CHRISTMAS TURKEY NOW! % i nil ———— TENDERIZED HAMS Half Or Whole, Lb. 99 ; COUNTRY DRESSED HENS, 4 lo 6 lb. Av., lb... 59c HOR MEL'S BUTTER, lb. . . 69c FRESH PORK HAMS lb. ... 50c FRESH PORK SHOULDERS, lb. 35c ’ WISCONSIN STATE CHEESE, lb. ... 45c HORMEL’S "RED PIG" SLICED BACON, lb. . . 45c I Free Prizes Given Away Dec. 24 At 4 O'clock I