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PASCAGOULA
Social Events
By Maude Tanlunson
nselfkh Season
Christmas k past and it feems
at it was a happy one, as happy
world sorrow permitted, and
ry prosperous. With a compan
l, a much younger woman, but
Ke with the understanding that
given a spiritual nature, I was
ling in a day. A
mp of people were talking
nut Christmas when one re
cked that he didn’t think much
the season.
r(e must have had a touch of
pepsia, for he’s psuglly the
>st good-naturetfWf Sijhls, for he
. ded, “You run saounB and buy
)m se&ts, wrap them Hpand give
m to people who do not appre
te than.”
’fly companion turned to me
and said, "You read everywhere
about Christmas being commer
cialized, perhaps it is, too much
so, but it all seems trivial when
one looks about and sees the peo
ple all busy buying, not for them
selves, but for other people. I
think it's simply inspiring and
thank God for the yearly display
of unselfishness afforded us.
And lest I forget, a happy and
prosperous New Year to all you
dear folks
Mewling Foundling
Where's MisS Cats? We don't
kr.ow About a month ago like
Abou JLien Adhem, she suddenly
appeared In the middle of our
garage — bringing — yes’m, you
guessed it — another kitten. Miss
Cats while willing to let us take
over her numerous progeny has
never let us get within touching
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M*y , a field of
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Lyons Motor Co.
TOUR DEALER
250 N. Pascagoula St. Pascagoula
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Off we go into tho New Year, full of good resolu
tions. some soon down tho drain. Of course we
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excuse ourselves with. "Oh. they're not important
anyway." One. however, is important . . . the re
solve to be more business-like in personal finances
—to save regularly and use checks. The best way
to start? Do it now! Here!
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MERCHANTS m
Marine bank
The Friendly Bank
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■ distance of herself, and this kitten
seemed to have inherited her tim
idity for we could not coax him
! to come out of his hiding until,
1 just as suddenly as she arrived,
she disappeared. We don’t know
whether she has i>een killed or
having raised her kitten to the
weaning age has abandoned him.
Take Over
Anyway, after two days of be
ing hungry, the little one came
I out of his hole to drink milk. We
I finally lured him up the steps
and into the kitchen. And has he
taken over! After hu little excur
sions into the yard he climbs the
screen door and in no uncertain
tones demands entrance. Miss
Cats never brought us any ugly
ones ao, of course, this is the kind
of kitten that is to be seen on
i magazine covers, gray and white,
and round as a butter ball. Ow
ing to the loss of Biaekie by death
and Purrino by misadventure, our
cat supply has lately been con
fined to Twinkle And has he en
joyed being the only cat
Twinkl* Dims
Hut alas, he now sits and glow
ers at the newcomer and woe to
the latter if he so mueh as looks
at his (Twinkle’s) tail, let alone
play with it, the air is filled with
growls and u husky paw is reach
ed out to mow, Winkie, for that's
the new little kitten’s name,
down.
Snoopar
We’ll have to wait for time for
another kitten crop to know about
Miss Cats. We never see her un
til she comes with her mouth full
of kitten. In the meantime, as
there is no nook or cranny that
Winkie has not already investi
gated, we are at wits end to keep
him out of the Christmas tree.
Anyway he did find n bright boll
with his name on it dangling from
one of the branches on Christ
mas morning. Twinks disdained
the collar of bells we made for
him. He's a grown-up cat. he'd
have you know, whpn Mickey Mc
Guire is not around to chase him
up on the top of the house.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Barnes and
daughter Connie, urrived from
Canton where he has been with
the chamber of commerce and
will visit his daughter, Mrs. Duell
Hewlett and family, 1101 14th
and Mrs. Fronds Hoyston and
family in Mobile. At the end of
the holidays they will go to Or
lando, Fla., where Mr. Burnes will
be with Florida Retailers’ Asso
ciation
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ty Albln and fam
ily of New Orleans came to spend
Christmas with her brother-in
law nnd sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Shepherd, and her mother,
Mrs. Jones at their home on Lin
coln avenue.
Lt. and Mrs. James R. Slade ar
rived during the weekend to
spend a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hilde
brand. and her brother, Cadet j
Graham Hildebrand, who is home
from West Point for the holidays.
Sunday Lt. and Mrs. Slade went
to Alexandria, La., to spend
Christmas with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Slade. They leave
today for Austin to visit over
night with Mrs. Slade’s girlhood
friend, Mrs. Joseph Braden, the
former Hermine Herring, and Mr
Braden, on their way back to their
home ut Lubbock, Tex.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Taylor
have as guests during the holidays
he r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Carter of Wade, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W\ Simms of Mobile, who will
remain until after the New Year.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Parker
are spending Christmas with his
mother, Mrs. J. E. Parker, at
Laurel.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Webber
Mason Sunday were Dr. and Mrs.
B. W Dawey of Gastonia, N. C.;
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mason and Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Mason. Luce
dale, and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ta
con, Mobile.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Bullis nnd
son Richard, arrived from Mil
waukee Monday to spend the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Bullis,
Jr.
Pantons Visit Bogalusa
Mr. and Mrs. Arm Penton and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
by Ponton and son paid an over
night visit to relatives in Boga
lusa, returning home Christmas
day.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Buck
and children hove arrived from
Dallas to spend New Year's with
her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lagare.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White ar
rived Sunday to spend Christmas
in their Pascagoula home, driv
ing to Bay St. Louis from Hous
ton where they were met by Mr.
j and Mrs. John Watts and driven
j to Pascagoula. Their daughter,
| Mrs. Charles Dean, and Capt.
| Dean and daughter, Miss Janet,
who came from Baltimore last
week, and Miss Lola Dupre make
up the house patty in their home
on Beach Boulevard. They will be
here until after New Year’s.
Mrs, Alda McGrath and son,
Mackle, ore here from New Or
leans for a visit over the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Hos and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Phillips and
children visited the R. Vernon
Walkers at Fairhope Farm, Fort
Bayou, Sunday.
Maj. Julian W. Hamilton flew
from Maxwell Field, Montgom
ery, Ala., Sunday for a short vis
it with Mrs. Lola Hamilton and
family. He also visited his father,
S. E, Hamilton.
Mrs. Bernice Curry left for Mo
bile Monday to spend Christmas
with her son, J. C. Olsen, and
her daughter, Mrs. Arve Hendrik
son and families.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gryder
spent Christmas day with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Travis
Avars. They were accompanied
by Miss Pat Jackson, who also
was Mr. and Mrs. Avara’s guest
at dinner.
Cong, and Mrs. W. M. Colmer
will huve as guests during their
first Chrislrnaa in their new home,
their son and daughter-in-law Dr.
and Mrs. W. M .Calmer, Jr., of
Hattiesburg, their sons, Jimmy
and Tom, the last named coming
from Chicago where he is an art
student. Mrs. Colmer’s brother,
Warren Miner of Meridian, will
also be part of ftte family circle.
Young Wingfields Visit
Maj. and Mrs. R. G. Wingfield,
Jr., and daughter, Judy, arrived
Sunday from Fort Worth to spend
Christmas week with his parents,]
Mr. und Mrs. K. G. Wingfield.
Dr. and Mrs. Perry A. Thomp
son spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. A. P. Mullins and family, at
Macon and left Christmas Eve
from Pascagoula for Citronelle to
spend the day with his parents.
Dr. and Mrs. W A. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bosarge, who
arrived last week from Browns
ville, Tex., with their family to
spend Christmas with his brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Horn, were joined Sunday
by Mrs. Horn’s other brother-in
la w and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Oliv
er Clark, of Galveston, Tex., to
visit them until after Christmas.
Mrs. Joe Browne, who had a
return attack of arthritis since re
turning from County Hospital
where she was under treatment,
is now able to be up after being
in bed two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson,
who are wintering in Florida,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.
V. Streed last week.
Among students home from
Mississippi Southern for the hol
idays are Misses Toxie Calhoun.
Harolyn Winkelsjeth, Joan Krebs
Janice Nelson, Edward McRae,
Billy Mullins, James Theisen,
Robert Flurry, Gene Murray and
Billy Strain.
I
Krebs Family Together
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Krebs en
joyed a family reunion at their
home on Ford during the week
end as their son and daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Krebs,
arrived from Houston Saturday
and their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr.'and Mrs. William Holey,
and Mrs. Krebs’ daughter, Mrs.
Robert Frey, came from Pasa
dena, Tex. Monday. They all left
for home Christmas day with the
exception of Lt. Albin Krebs, who
is taking flight training at Bain
bridge, Ga., and who will be here
through the holidays.
Miss Thelma Carter is home
from Mississippi Southern for the
holidays with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert F. Carter. Rob
ert Carter, who is in his third
year at Tulane medical school, is
also home for the holidays.
Miss Charlotte Lowe, who is
attending Mississippi Southern,
came down for the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Lowe.
Frank Branch with his bride of
a few days, arrived Monday to
spend Christmas week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Branch. They came from Stark
ville where Mr. Branch is attend
ing State College,
Wednesday will mark return of
the contingent of Pascagoula stu
dents to their studies at Perkins
ton College. They are Miss Pat
ricia Colmer, Vincent Perez,
Charles Branch, Gary Smith, Jim
my Watts, Roy Brinkman and C.
D. Kuhn.
Spring Hillian Visiting
James Mitchell, son of Lt. and
Mrs. J. L. Mitchell of Norfolk,
Va., who is attending Spring Hill
College at Mobile, is spending
Christmas with his grandmother,
Mrs. B. F. Pickett, and other rel
atives.
Wyndell Moody came down
from Sunflower College at Moore
head to spend the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Moody.
Everybody needs a
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We suggest that you Resolve to take
more meals with us in 1952! The food
will please you! The prices will
please you!
THOMPSON’S CAFE
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816 Main Street Moss Point
Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley
have returned from Memphis
where they spent Christmas with
their son, Robert Barkley and
family and with other relatives
j Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hunt and
I son, Robert, returned Christmas
night after a visit with relatives
at Ackerman and Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sandifei
had as guest through Christmas,
her aunt. Mrs. Bertha Martin, ol
New Orleans They were joined
for Christma Day by Mr. Mar
tin’s brother-.n-law and sister
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Temple of Me
Comb, who are temporarily mak
ing their home in Pascagoula.
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Christmas guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Boswell were her bro
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. 10. D. McLean, who returned
I Wednesday to their home in Glos
i ter.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur- R. Web
ber, who spent the holidays with
hfer brother-in-law and sister, the
Rev. and Mrs. Frederick Zucker,
left Christmas afternoon for visits !
with relatives and friends in Al-1
tonburv and other towns in Mis-1
souri. Mr. and Mrs. Zucker drove '
to Spring Hill, Ala., Thursday
where they were dinner guests
of the Rev. and Mrs. William H.
Jones that evening.
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GOOD POLICY
WHO DARES TO JUMP WITH A
PARACHUTE
TROM PLANES THAT RIDE THE
• SKYWAYS,
IS SAFER THEN—.
THAN RECKLESS MEN,
WHO SPEED ON CROWDED
HI-WAYS.
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Insurance & Real Estate
264 Delmaas Ave. — Pascagoula — Phono 1351
We Wish to express our appreciation for the splendid
patronage accorded us by the people of Jackson Coun
ty in 1951 and to Wish All of You a Happy and Prosper
ous New Year! ,
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FULL LINE OF HARDWARE
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