Enterprise-Journal from McComb, Mississippi on November 25, 1949 · Page 8
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-It It f - VV-T -v--,-!- i'ago Eignt ERSONALLY SPEAKING Guests Of Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Ida Holmes had as her .guests Sunday Mrs. George Wen-delken, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wen-delken and daughter, Linda, of Hammond, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Iddo Corkern and little Janet Corkern, of Bogalusa, La.: Mrs. Pheobe Knox, Mrs. Ruby Knox, of Brook-haven, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lancaster, Messrs. R. Toler and J. Carlisle, all of McComb; Mrs. Wesley Ratcliff and daughters, Sandra, Nancy and Jena, of Baton Rouge, and Miss Norma Holmes, New Orleans. .Texas Visitors Dr. C. B. Sauls and family are spending a few days in Houston, Texas, visiting relatives and friends. Jackson Visitor Mrs. A. B. Willingham was" the guest last week-end of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parnell in Jackson. DRIVE-IN THEATRE Thursday end Fridaj 'Whispering Smith' Saturday Only Angels Alley" East Side Kids , Sunday and Monday 'International Lady' George Breni, Illona Massey Admission: Adult 35 cent Children 4 lo 12, 15 cems. Up to 4 Free HO CHARGE FOR CARS REM IOOO0000000000000000 Bp2 f jp i -rt w '-r- ,1 f.,-C-. Open Daily 1:15 fv. -4 y . v . i 'tit- OS ' KINR Af Tur rAwinfe .uidttct uap SMARTEST HOtSI -"DALE EVANS ESTELITA RODRIGUEZ -PAT BRADY t end FOY WILLING SATURDAY NIGHT AT 10:33 SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY 1 ': Mil II UUI f$fVtf K it 1 120.3 P1SF3MT-W1AM1 3 LtJLbU 1 AND THE GIRL HE GETS FUNNY WITH WARNER BROS.' n in 4 1 . .. iM EXIT;! - . .'1 1: I'M' You Kmsm Children Home For Day Guests in the A. E. Williams home for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Gill and daughter, Shirley Lee, of Texas City, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Case and daughter, Alma, of Laurel; and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams and daughter, Norma Ann, of McComb. The group enjoyed a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner in the Williams home; the Case family returning to Laurel Thursday evening and the Gills remaining for a visit through the week end. Mrs. Case and Mrs. Gill are respectively, the former Miss Viola and Miss Sybil Williams. From Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parnell of Jackson are spending the holidays with Mrs. Parnell's sister, Mrs. Lula Coon. While here they are enjoying visiting other relatives and friends. . Visited Mother Jimmie McGraw, student at L. S. U., Baton Rouge, La. enjoyed the Thanksgiving holidays with . his mother, Mrs. Rena McGraw I and other relatives. FUNERAL SERVICE INFORMATION LEVI ALEXANDER Funeral services were held at I Jayess Baptist Church at ' two o'clock Friday afternoon, with burial following in Providence Cemetery. Catching-s FUNERAL HOME 506 Maryland Phone 1111 . McCOMB, MISS. xxxxxCxxxxx SATURDAY J? ... ..Jr.. IN THE MOVIfS if & ? and THE RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE 41' -vi - J PJlffii f; new happjness-maker.' - BiUT Utk2 ROY EEL RUTH KROT WAIS " '-. i - S I mirni II ruMiFtf 1 I . CTVI! J WIMM Food Fish HORIZONTAL 58 Retired 1 Depicted food fish 5 Musical direction 8 Head support 12 Medley 13 Weight measure 14 Stove part 15 Aged 16 Mental j defective 18 Compass point 19 Lutecium (ab.) 20 Relies 22 Tellurium (symbol) 23 Gaelic 25 Pare ? ; 27 Beloved 28 Strays 29 Note of scale 30 Symbol for calcium 31 Atop 32 It found in ponds 33 Respiratory organ 35 Thaw 38 Otherwise 39 Great Lake 40 Near ' 4 1 Austere 47 Georgia (ab.) ; 48 Noise 50 Notions 51 Owns 52 Give forth VERTICAL 1 Chilled 2 Entice ' 3 Free 4 Italian river 5 Halt 6 Ripped 7 Soon 8 Negative reply 9 Night before an event 10 Middle 1 1 Genuflects 16 Pronoun 17 North Dakota (ab.) 20 Dements 54 Diminutive of Daniel 55 Repetition . 56 Decays 57 Health resort Here For Funeral Among out-of-town relatvies attending the funeral Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Virginia Richardson were Mrs. R. L. Parker )P.nd George Anthony Richardson of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Olin Richardson of Baton Rouge, La. and Mr. and Mrs. Dock Martin and daughter, Bobbie Jean of Fluker, La. Baton Rouge Visitors ; Mrs. Laura Lambert, Mrs. Jimmie Newman and Mrs. Charles Moore spent Thanksgiving in Baton Rouge, La., with Mrs. H. E. Wiggins. They enjoyed touring ,the city as this was Mrs. Lambert's first trip to Baton Rouge. She has recently moved to McComb from Port Arthur, Texas. 61st Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lance Phelps of Chatawa celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary Thursday, Nov. 24. Mr. Phelps is 82 years of age and Mrs. Phelps is 80. They have resided at their present address, the Fannie E. Fulham place, for the past 40 years. Attended Opera Mrs. W. K. Griffin and Lawrie of Magnolia have returned from Jackson where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wamble. They attended the opera, Carmen, and heard the Jackson Symphony Orchestra of which Mrs. Wamble is a member. Returned Home Mrs. W. S. Camp, and children left Sunday for their home in Greenville, Miss., after enjoying a visit with parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Douglas. Mr. Campv spent the weekend in the home and accompanied his family home Sunday. To New Orleans President C. H. Snell of SMJC left Wednesday for Oschner'tf Clinic in New Orleans where he will be given a complete checkup. Summit Guests Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Reeves, Jr. and two children of Weeks, La. are guests this week in the J. H. Felder and H. F. Reeves homes in Summit. Visited Grandparents Barbara Ann and Carolyn Welch spent last week-end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Welch in Magnolia. Week-end "Here Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brashear of Magnolia spent last week-end with the latter's mother, Mrs. N. B. Brady of McComb. Thanksgiving Visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilkinson of Baton Rouge, La., were Thanksgiving visitors in the L. R. Wilkinson home. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT: Three room furnished apartment. All conveniences. Phone 1304. n-25. DOG DISTEMPER There are hundreds of people who "would not take $100" . for their favorite dog, yet he may die with DISTEMPER this winter, as hundreds of others will do! Your veterinarian can give your dog lifetime immunity by vaccination. Do not put this off distemper season is at hand. I McComb Enterprise-Journal Answer to Previous Puzzle 21 24 Sample Drawing rooms Expunger Conductor Last month Bind Tormented Mixed type 43 Augments 44 Harvest 45 Ethiopian lake 46 While 49 Insect egg 51 Fireplace sheL 53 Till sale (ab.) 55 Egyptian sun god 26 33 34 36 37 42 HEADLINES (Continued From rase On) to the Veterans Hospital at Jackson. . . . They made 200 pounds 'of home-made candy and sent .to the patients. . . . They sent $12.00 in nickels for the patients to use in buying soft drinks at the vending machines. . . . They sent $50.00 as a contribution toward the purchase of a movie projector for the Veterans Hospital at Gulfport. .. . . They are contributing . to a national fund to lend aid to the training of disabled veterans, and are helping to maintain a home in Michigan for the widows and orphans of veterans. That's a lot of good for one organization to be doing. Over in Franklinlon, Louisiana, which is not very far from here, 600 people gathered Saturday at a meeting to discuss the proposition of "Keeping Our Forests Green." . . . Going to a political rally and hearing one politician lambast another is perhaps more dramatic. . . But for a colorful project that really pays off well this business of keeping our woods green takes precedence. i$ 3s Morgan Ellsworth, reading that Postmaster A. H. Jones had been to all states in the Union except Oklahoma and that this editor still had three to go, came by the office and made a volunteer contribution, as he said, "To. see to it that both men involved complete the tasks one hundred percent." His contribution .. . a slick dime. Now Postmaster Jones has five cents on his trip to Oklahoma and this editor has a nickel's worth of traveling paid for enroute ,to Oregon. Kinard All-Time All-American UNIVERSITY, Miss., Frank M. (Bruiser) Kinard, Ole Miss line coach, Friday at a luncheon in Chicago will be honored as a member of the All-America Board's All-Time football team. The team covers All-America selections made by the Board since 1924. Kinard, Rebel line coach since 1948, led the voting among the tackles nominated. He was the first Ail-American named from a Mississippi school, in 1936 and 1937. TTTTTVTTVVTTTVTTTTTVTTTl LAST TIMES TODAY cSsV-, THE DCOUNS ARE COMING w Cartoon & News SATURDAY Double Feature Program Hit No. 1 i BRUCE GENTRY Laff Comedy S Mrt jo fbivt3l llololD I t oTm eod l. hTs gh 1 iP SAND flpl 1 N e rA n enL-I Mil DAD need ACRE IE P G E . rr r aTjm o r aIm t bh : :S T O AT" A L RriM B 3 S hIeinIsI ha1s1 (TaTs1t I 2 15 14 J 15 17 I Id p i0 II If 'HI15 1 ii2Q ill 1TP 25 & a taZb 55 5i 55 5b 51 40 MHl 45 ' 144 'i45 ' Jfe. If 4T 49 i50 : lip A 1 I 1 H 1 i M 1 1 ii Hit No. 2 MtCornb, Mississippi With The Sick Mrs, Perla Stokes, is a patient in the City Hospital, where she is receiving .treatment for injury sustained in a fall at her home Monday. She is reported as resting satisfactorily. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heartiest appreciation to all who were so tenderly thoughtful of us in our sorrow. We are remindful of the many expressions of helpfulness and comfort you tendered our loved one, Hugh Marsalis, in his long illness, and of the evidences of, sympathy and kindness at his death. To our friends and neighbors, and every one who remembered him, and thought of us, we express sincere appreciation. The beautiful flowers, and the monetary addition to the fund for cancer research, begun in his memory by his friends, are gratefully acknowledged. All have our everlasting gratitude. Mrs. B. B. Helmer Mrs. Bennie Helmer McGlothlin Reese P. Helmer Ethel, Lula, Albert, Shep Webb, nieces and nephews, and the Family of Mrs. Louis Marsalis, Pueblo, California. 00000000OOOOOOOOtiK00OI OWL SHOW SATURDAY 10:30 P. M. Also SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY I MAD COMEDY HIT... Set to NEW BETtY VICTOR JUNE HAVOC A t. (AMOUNT CTUf at WIS o Me Phone 1195, NETTERVILLE MOTOR COMPANY, or jsn 2 Janet Sue Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Pocket) Hodges of Wichita, Kansas, formerly of McComb, are announcing the birth of a dainty 7 pound 0 ounce baby daughter, Janet Sue, who was born November 19. A sister, Judy joins the parents 'Sutton of Wichita and Mrs. Laura Hodges of Hattiesburg in welcoming the new arrival. The mother' is the former Barbara Sutton. With Our Colored Friends Pike Negro 4-H Members Win Honors By EVA L. GORDON Clotile Simmons of the Mill 4-H club is state winner in the special "Happier Living Contest" sponsored by the G. M. & O. Railroad Co. She won out over D44 contestants over, the state. Vera Allen of the Yale 4-H club Hit Parad" 7 C? WILLIAM dfmarf;t - C i M iivH ANNOUNCES KTB W dU Jdiwdmid $2 5 PRICE EFFECTIVE Now America's Number new lower prices. - Now you can experience the driving1 ease and performance thrill of Hydra-Matic Drive . . . the transmission which Oldsmobile first made famous ten years ago ... at surprisingly low cost. Visit your Oldsmobile dealer now for complete details. The Futuramic Oldsmobile ride will thrill you. The Futuramic Oldsmobile value - will amaze you. You'll see that, more than ever before, the best deal is Oldsmobile. SEE YOUR NEAREST Js county winner in the same contest. There were 47 girls in Pike County who entered this contest. The projects were scored trict agents and the final score ' was given by State Extension Specialist R. O. Monosmilh, Miss Blanche Goad, Miss Earle Gad-dus, D. B. Rosenkrans and Mr. Roberts, a representative of the G. M. & O. Railroad. Jane Esther Vincent of the Osyka club is district winner in her project work in Home Improvement No. 2. In Boys' Work The boys were Elmo Collins, Fernwood 4-II club in Leader rat laiiteg V t sSL S f - K - ' ( NEW 1 LOW 1 1 PRICES 1 1 ON I 0me in now see these trucks that save you money every mile. TWO GREAT LINES-2-wbeel drive, 118" wheelbasc 4-wheel drive, 118" wheelbase. Popular body styles. See us before you make any deal! CALVERT MOTOR COMPANY South Broadwav Phone 486 O lb Prices TTt tff l-i Wlofa REDUCTION IMMEDIATEL One drive can be bought OLDSMOBILE Friday, November 25, 1949 ship, district winner: Roosevelt Richard of the Fernwood 4-H club is district winner in the registered Poland China Pig Club sponsored by the Lions Club o McComb under the 16-Point Development program. Gabrel Martin of the Valley 4-H club is district winner in tha beef cattle project. The district and stale winners attended the "Round Up" that was held in Jackson Nov; 21 and 22, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Jackson. The Assistant Farm Agent, T. M. Moman, Jr. and Assistant Home Agent, Lillian A. Carter, accompanied the winners to Jackson to the "Round Up". r "fi mi! - j.WTN. mm) trugucs McComb, Miss. i 22 V 1 DEALER - visit 22nd Street r- 4r - J- fc -

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