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i i i i iii Premeasurement Program Announce By Local ASC Office Plans fo offering premeasure- meat service in 1960 to cotCcon and rice farmers were annouilc, ed by Mr. Otis O. Hatter,, (aalrmazt of the 8torte ASC County Com- mittee. The purpose of te pre- meurement program is to give every farm operator in the county an opportunity to lve his cotton llotment measured and staked be- fore the crop is planted. This is a voluntary program, Mr. Hatten Btateet; therefore, any farm opera- gor who is interest in having his I I I I II Open Friday &amp; Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday Friday & Saturday N ;Vi pore q8 f m 7 --PLUS CARTOON-- Sunday, Monday & Tuesday The Big Operator with Mickey Rooney and Mamie Van Doren In Clmmmscope CARTOON *} Wednclay & Thursday Glean Corbett, in Kimona I III I I arm's allotment remeured must request the service at the Stone ASC County Office. Under the 1959 cotn program 2 cotton farmers  to destroy cotton that was pkmtect in excem of the allotments. The cost off planting and working the excess acreage up to the time it was de- stroyed represents a sizable invest- ment tt could have been saved these farms been premeasured. ,qae farmer must aLo pay the cost of having the destroyed acreage checked by an ASC rpresenative. Farm operators who take axlva- rage of the premeasurement service and plant their crc widn the staked areas will not be not be bot- hered with excess acreage since the allotmen for the farm will be easured before the crop is plan- ted The cost for premeasurement service is determined by the size of the allotments ar will vary farm by farm; however, in order to give ome idea Qf what the premeama- ment cost will be. Mr. Hat+en st, a- 'ted that the rte for an allotment f 5 acres or less is $7.00, $11.50 for an allotment of 10 acres, $1525, for an allotment of 15 acres, and $19.00 for an allotrnen of 20 acres. Rates for individal farms may be ob- tained from the Stone ASC County Office, located In the Blass Build- ing, Wiggins, Mississippi. The chairman stated that Jan- I I FOR CLOSE PRICES ON YOUR CLOTHES The Kloze Shop Johnson Office Supply Pine Ave. Wl&#ns, Misa Phone WA 8-4267 P.O, ]Box 246 Sales - Service - Rentals Typewriters - Calculators Adding Machines COMPLETE LINE OF OmClr SUPPLIES & OFFICE FURNITURE II Check your radiator for Winter Performance Lonnie Btrkett Radiator Shop P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. MASONERY, MadeIn pi By Mississippians BUHFOR PERMANENCY SEE US FOR... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home NOTHING DOWN TO PAY ff you want a new home, see  for i-mt, m a FHA Loan. Outside Paint Sheet Rock I II TRENTON PPLY COMPANY Phone .WAlnut 8-4214 .... . Wifins II l I |0IN "file I I I I MOTHERS' MARCH TURN ON YOUR PORCHLIGNT THURSDAY JAN. 28 TIME FOR CHECK UP ON FARM MACHINERY Winter is a good time for ls- Mssippi farmers to chec their e- quipment azd machinery for pos- sible s of danger before the rush of spring pg and field work. A sysenc inpectlon can now eliminate accidents and injur- ies later. Farm ccillertts can cause a gret ecortomlc loss. The winter weeks aord a excellent time for faxmers to completely t teir working equipment to avoid delays, extra expense and incveniences later l'ten farmers can least afford thercL LOCAL PHI KAPPA GROUP HOLD NEW IrEAR'S EVE DANCE The Phi Kappa colors converted he Women's Clubhouse into a Par= Islan setting for their annual New Year's Eve dance. Among  Phi Kappas found sitting at te side walk care were the chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. James Bat,son, Mr. and Mrs. George 1Vc= Henry, Mrs. W. F. Conley and Mrs. Celeste Spaul, TRI--HI--Y AND HI--Y CLUBS The members and sponsors of he Tri-Hi=Y ar HI-Y Clubs of Locker High School wish to take this means of expressing their appreciation and thanks to every- one who contributed to the Loc- ker High Chris(znas Fund. Our special thanks and apreciatio to the following merchants for their cooperati<m in helping us to provide Mx boxes of food for needy families. Hall's Grocery, 1 box delivered to Mr. and Mrs. Jinmie Rodgers of Wiggins, Miss, Jitney Jungle, 1 box delivered to Mrs. Lola Dennis of Wiggins. Cash and Carry, 2 boxes de- livered U Mrs. Julia Brelan of iWigglns and Mrs. Erwan Willis of Rte. 2, Wiggins. Yeagers Grocery, 2 boxes de- livered to Mr. and Mrs. Avery of Perkinston, Miss. and Mrs. Maggie Evans f Borl, Miss. Club sors Mr. J. O. Flowers Mrs. M. S. Jones M. Ncedlm Jones uary 25 through Mrch 25, 1960, has been designatet as the period during which farm verators nm request premeasureqnent service. service. arm operators interested in premeasuement are urged to make-their request for the service s soon as possible after the signup period so that the oounty office will have sufflciert time to mees- ure acreage and stake the field elore pmtu trine. l NOTICE Refrigertlon & Household Appiees Repaired Air Condftion NIGHT OR DAY SERVICE C. C. (Toby) MORRIS none WA $-4959" i iiii 00T/niiTis00 e been wonderfully blessed in ab to return to active life attsr tterm frmn head to foot with museulme  and pain. Mot all Joints rammed affected. According to medical anots. I had Rheumatoid Arthrtta, laeuma tlsm and Bursitis. For free lntorma- Lion write: MRS. LELA S. WIER 2805 Arbor Hills Drive--456 P. O. Box 2695 Javkson, Mississippi i CLASSWD FOR SALE---New Oliver diesel & gas, wheel and crawler tractors my balers, corn pickers, ph)ws, disc, jlenter, harrows, bush hogs, wa- ns. elevators, corn shel]era, batF_-r.- es. tires, tubes, p:rts, used tractors and equipment, at a price you can tfford to pay--Denson Tractor Co.. Geo. Knot Garage, Highway 43, North, Wiggins. i CLASS[FD FOR RENT -- The bedroom ,:eusc,. Living room. bedroom, bath. kitchen, and double carport. All mtern eoDvelllt-qlces. "ve miles East of Wiggins.--Call Collect. WH 7-3971. Lucedale, MAss. J7tfc FOR REN--A'art, ment, living room. dlnin room, bedroom, kit- ellen b?.[h, front alld rear entrance. --Phone VAlntr 8-4557. Daltfc PIANOS- -NEW, O. Rebuilt, FOR SALE---Fine tck North Baldwin Electronic Org Mississippi Made Sorghum Syrup-- Iobson MIIlc Co., Hattiesbur, W. C. Denson. JTc Phone JU 4-6361, Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Tursday, January 7, 196 I I I ii I I CIASSIFIED l CL&SSWIED FOR SALE--Masonlte wire, 75c;[ FOR 150 b e Bahny Sinks, $4 up: Paint, $39 gal. [gras hay---See or call J. F. (JinmI) 'Used Bath Set, $77.50; Hot Water Smith, Phcne "WA 8-4519 or 4802. i Heater, General Hardware, Phunb- mg Fittings, at Lowest Pri ew and Used Furniture--Bell's Trad- ing Post, Edward St., Hattiesburg. SEWING MACHINES REPAIR- El:), oiled, adjusted. Special this week $2.50. For sale, pm-tle elect- ric Singer $15.esinger, Yel- r lOW hOUSe O 4th St. betwtn Pine and College. J27p your MONEY can earn 4% 4 Per Annum pAID Times a year Gulf Savings & Loan Assn. 1408---27th Ave. Box 172 Gulfport, Miss. BARGAINS  Oe refrigerators, gas ranges, electric ranges, wsh- ng machines, freezers--Hal Fow- kes, WAlnut 8-4475 O25tfc MONU.MENTS 0C FOR SALE FACTORY PRICES TO ALL Our monuments axe made from the finest granite available. Complete SaUsfction Guaranteed. Patterson's MODERN MEMORIAL CO. Highway 11 South Poplarville Highway 13 South Columbia FOR RXf',NT--FurnLhed Apart- vent. Close In.--Call WA 4840 D3tfc FOR S1500 bales Alyce Clover, Bahaia, and Coastal Bm-- mud hay.---See Gordon Bond on Big Level, Phone WA 8-3288 N19tfc DUNAWAY'S TRADING POST 1103 Boule St, -- Hattiesburg, Miss. (We Sell, Trade, Buy) Bedroom suits, dinette sets, sofa beds, chairs, bed springs, baby beds, tables, stoves, refrigerators, new and used bath sets, sinks, and paint at real low prices. Outside $2.39 per gal., rubber base, $3.59 per gal. SLAB BACON TUESDAY, JANUARY 8  Dog- wood day in Wiggins. Purchase a Dogwood tree from the Garden PORK PATTIES L Gate Club for 25 cents and help beautify your city. J7c Hormel PORK LIVER ..... CLOVER FARM Van CampLarge 2} Can HOMINY, 2 for Hormel's SPAM, 12 oz. can FOR RENT OR LEASE--Modern brick store building on Highway 49. Thirty ft. front, 90 ft. deep. Avail- able now--Phone WAlnut 4446 or 4493. 015tc NOTITUNG NUT & CAT- TLE GRWFor prompt, e- ficient and courteous service on all your hauling needs---Call E. D. Btagg. Phone WA 8-3459 J7p Fresh BOSTON BUTTS lb. ........ 29 Meaty NECK BONES 2 lbs. FOR Sne pair 15-Egh French doors, cheat>--Call J. F. (Jimmy) Smith, WA 8-g519 or WA 8-42. NOTICE--Tung nuL growers. For your hauling needs--See or Call Millard Blackwe]l, Phone WA 8- 4846, NStfc. FOR SAne mare colt, 10 months old--Phone WAlnut 8- 3618. D17tfc DOGWOOOD DAY IN Wiggirs. Good rooted trees 25 cen for sale by Garden Gate Club. Near Depot. China DolIA Real Value A,, m"s. FOP. lNT--Apartment, vmll RICE, .... and Err 3 TALL CANS 42, ltami D Content Increased room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, front and rear entrance, utilities patti, one block from doWntown.---Call WAlnut 8-4609. --One heifer yearling, six months Old. Solid red. If please notify Eldon Idner, Phone WAlnut 8.-3687. D31tfc Crisp, Iceberg LETTUCE, large head .... Juicy, Florida ORANGES, 5 lb. bag 10c 35c cajOLERY, 2 lg " stalks .... 25c Morton's--(Ail Six Varieties) O'NEAL'S WELDING SHOP Across From Watts' Conoco Sta. K. M. O'NEAL, Owner Heavy Equipment Repair- ing, General Welding, Fab- rication Work of All Type. We give special attention to all small motors. DINNERS, II oz. pkg. Frosty A cres--10-oz, pkg. SLICED PEACHES, 2 for 39c i i | Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist wooms OmCE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEJ DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIi CENYg mLOXX OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 Frosty Acres Green PEAS, 2 lb. pkg. 49c Clover FarmNo. 2"- can Pork & Beans 2 for ....... 35, Big "R"303 can TOMATOES 2 for 29 Red Heart (Asst.) DOG FOOD 3 for 45' 303 Can, 2 for 3 5 CLOVER FARM-- MONEY BACK GUARANTEE--- FLOUR were , lona rednsc i.l (rs. S. s. G. *e tol et their t of W t and ;k end tr. ant nt FTi( [r dau The l. lease : r's mg Ix. ar ie Too ly, in J. Cob "s. I KLEENEX .Matty cho 27' 7ho's '  .e sd Its G KOTEX , iOol  Reg. Sue .... 3 9= C 1 Nwa | '  3 b.can .... 79 CORN ' =' he the PRICES GOOD FILl. & SAT, JAN. 8 & 9 i i i i iii Premeasurement Program Announce By Local ASC Office Plans fo offering premeasure- meat service in 1960 to cotCcon and rice farmers were annouilc, ed by Mr. Otis O. Hatter,, (aalrmazt of the 8torte ASC County Com- mittee. The purpose of te pre- meurement program is to give every farm operator in the county an opportunity to lve his cotton llotment measured and staked be- fore the crop is planted. This is a voluntary program, Mr. Hatten Btateet; therefore, any farm opera- gor who is interest in having his I I I I II Open Friday & Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday Friday & Saturday N ;Vi pore q8 f m 7 --PLUS CARTOON-- Sunday, Monday & Tuesday The Big Operator with Mickey Rooney and Mamie Van Doren In Clmmmscope CARTOON *} Wednclay & Thursday Glean Corbett, in Kimona I III I I arm's allotment remeured must request the service at the Stone ASC County Office. Under the 1959 cotn program 2 cotton farmers  to destroy cotton that was pkmtect in excem of the allotments. The cost off planting and working the excess acreage up to the time it was de- stroyed represents a sizable invest- ment tt could have been saved these farms been premeasured. ,qae farmer must aLo pay the cost of having the destroyed acreage checked by an ASC rpresenative. Farm operators who take axlva- rage of the premeasurement service and plant their crc widn the staked areas will not be not be bot- hered with excess acreage since the allotmen for the farm will be easured before the crop is plan- ted The cost for premeasurement service is determined by the size of the allotments ar will vary farm by farm; however, in order to give ome idea Qf what the premeama- ment cost will be. Mr. Hat+en st, a- 'ted that the rte for an allotment f 5 acres or less is $7.00, $11.50 for an allotment of 10 acres, $1525, for an allotment of 15 acres, and $19.00 for an allotrnen of 20 acres. Rates for individal farms may be ob- tained from the Stone ASC County Office, located In the Blass Build- ing, Wiggins, Mississippi. The chairman stated that Jan- I I FOR CLOSE PRICES ON YOUR CLOTHES The Kloze Shop Johnson Office Supply Pine Ave. Wl&#ns, Misa Phone WA 8-4267 P.O, ]Box 246 Sales - Service - Rentals Typewriters - Calculators Adding Machines COMPLETE LINE OF OmClr SUPPLIES & OFFICE FURNITURE II Check your radiator for Winter Performance Lonnie Btrkett Radiator Shop P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. MASONERY, MadeIn pi By Mississippians BUHFOR PERMANENCY SEE US FOR... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home NOTHING DOWN TO PAY ff you want a new home, see  for i-mt, m a FHA Loan. Outside Paint Sheet Rock I II TRENTON PPLY COMPANY Phone .WAlnut 8-4214 .... . Wifins II l I |0IN "file I I I I MOTHERS' MARCH TURN ON YOUR PORCHLIGNT THURSDAY JAN. 28 TIME FOR CHECK UP ON FARM MACHINERY Winter is a good time for ls- Mssippi farmers to chec their e- quipment azd machinery for pos- sible s of danger before the rush of spring pg and field work. A sysenc inpectlon can now eliminate accidents and injur- ies later. Farm ccillertts can cause a gret ecortomlc loss. The winter weeks aord a excellent time for faxmers to completely t teir working equipment to avoid delays, extra expense and incveniences later l'ten farmers can least afford thercL LOCAL PHI KAPPA GROUP HOLD NEW IrEAR'S EVE DANCE The Phi Kappa colors converted he Women's Clubhouse into a Par= Islan setting for their annual New Year's Eve dance. Among  Phi Kappas found sitting at te side walk care were the chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. James Bat,son, Mr. and Mrs. George 1Vc= Henry, Mrs. W. F. Conley and Mrs. Celeste Spaul, TRI--HI--Y AND HI--Y CLUBS The members and sponsors of he Tri-Hi=Y ar HI-Y Clubs of Locker High School wish to take this means of expressing their appreciation and thanks to every- one who contributed to the Loc- ker High Chris(znas Fund. Our special thanks and apreciatio to the following merchants for their cooperati<m in helping us to provide Mx boxes of food for needy families. Hall's Grocery, 1 box delivered to Mr. and Mrs. Jinmie Rodgers of Wiggins, Miss, Jitney Jungle, 1 box delivered to Mrs. Lola Dennis of Wiggins. Cash and Carry, 2 boxes de- livered U Mrs. Julia Brelan of iWigglns and Mrs. Erwan Willis of Rte. 2, Wiggins. Yeagers Grocery, 2 boxes de- livered to Mr. and Mrs. Avery of Perkinston, Miss. and Mrs. Maggie Evans f Borl, Miss. Club sors Mr. J. O. Flowers Mrs. M. S. Jones M. Ncedlm Jones uary 25 through Mrch 25, 1960, has been designatet as the period during which farm verators nm request premeasureqnent service. service. arm operators interested in premeasuement are urged to make-their request for the service s soon as possible after the signup period so that the oounty office will have sufflciert time to mees- ure acreage and stake the field elore pmtu trine. l NOTICE Refrigertlon & Household Appiees Repaired Air Condftion NIGHT OR DAY SERVICE C. C. (Toby) MORRIS none WA $-4959" i iiii 00T/niiTis00 e been wonderfully blessed in ab to return to active life attsr tterm frmn head to foot with museulme  and pain. Mot all Joints rammed affected. According to medical anots. I had Rheumatoid Arthrtta, laeuma tlsm and Bursitis. For free lntorma- Lion write: MRS. LELA S. WIER 2805 Arbor Hills Drive--456 P. O. Box 2695 Javkson, Mississippi i CLASSWD FOR SALE---New Oliver diesel & gas, wheel and crawler tractors my balers, corn pickers, ph)ws, disc, jlenter, harrows, bush hogs, wa- ns. elevators, corn shel]era, batF_-r.- es. tires, tubes, p:rts, used tractors and equipment, at a price you can tfford to pay--Denson Tractor Co.. Geo. Knot Garage, Highway 43, North, Wiggins. i CLASS[FD FOR RENT -- The bedroom ,:eusc,. Living room. bedroom, bath. kitchen, and double carport. All mtern eoDvelllt-qlces. "ve miles East of Wiggins.--Call Collect. WH 7-3971. Lucedale, MAss. J7tfc FOR REN--A'art, ment, living room. dlnin room, bedroom, kit- ellen b?.[h, front alld rear entrance. --Phone VAlntr 8-4557. Daltfc PIANOS- -NEW, O. Rebuilt, FOR SALE---Fine tck North Baldwin Electronic Org Mississippi Made Sorghum Syrup-- Iobson MIIlc Co., Hattiesbur, W. C. Denson. JTc Phone JU 4-6361, Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Tursday, January 7, 196 I I I ii I I CIASSIFIED l CL&SSWIED FOR SALE--Masonlte wire, 75c;[ FOR 150 b e Bahny Sinks, $4 up: Paint, $39 gal. [gras hay---See or call J. F. (JinmI) 'Used Bath Set, $77.50; Hot Water Smith, Phcne "WA 8-4519 or 4802. i Heater, General Hardware, Phunb- mg Fittings, at Lowest Pri ew and Used Furniture--Bell's Trad- ing Post, Edward St., Hattiesburg. SEWING MACHINES REPAIR- El:), oiled, adjusted. Special this week $2.50. For sale, pm-tle elect- ric Singer $15.esinger, Yel- r lOW hOUSe O 4th St. betwtn Pine and College. J27p your MONEY can earn 4% 4 Per Annum pAID Times a year Gulf Savings & Loan Assn. 1408---27th Ave. Box 172 Gulfport, Miss. BARGAINS  Oe refrigerators, gas ranges, electric ranges, wsh- ng machines, freezers--Hal Fow- kes, WAlnut 8-4475 O25tfc MONU.MENTS 0C FOR SALE FACTORY PRICES TO ALL Our monuments axe made from the finest granite available. Complete SaUsfction Guaranteed. Patterson's MODERN MEMORIAL CO. Highway 11 South Poplarville Highway 13 South Columbia FOR RXf',NT--FurnLhed Apart- vent. Close In.--Call WA 4840 D3tfc FOR S1500 bales Alyce Clover, Bahaia, and Coastal Bm-- mud hay.---See Gordon Bond on Big Level, Phone WA 8-3288 N19tfc DUNAWAY'S TRADING POST 1103 Boule St, -- Hattiesburg, Miss. (We Sell, Trade, Buy) Bedroom suits, dinette sets, sofa beds, chairs, bed springs, baby beds, tables, stoves, refrigerators, new and used bath sets, sinks, and paint at real low prices. Outside $2.39 per gal., rubber base, $3.59 per gal. SLAB BACON TUESDAY, JANUARY 8  Dog- wood day in Wiggins. Purchase a Dogwood tree from the Garden PORK PATTIES L Gate Club for 25 cents and help beautify your city. J7c Hormel PORK LIVER ..... CLOVER FARM Van CampLarge 2} Can HOMINY, 2 for Hormel's SPAM, 12 oz. can FOR RENT OR LEASE--Modern brick store building on Highway 49. Thirty ft. front, 90 ft. deep. Avail- able now--Phone WAlnut 4446 or 4493. 015tc NOTITUNG NUT & CAT- TLE GRWFor prompt, e- ficient and courteous service on all your hauling needs---Call E. D. Btagg. Phone WA 8-3459 J7p Fresh BOSTON BUTTS lb. ........ 29 Meaty NECK BONES 2 lbs. FOR Sne pair 15-Egh French doors, cheat>--Call J. F. (Jimmy) Smith, WA 8-g519 or WA 8-42. NOTICE--Tung nuL growers. For your hauling needs--See or Call Millard Blackwe]l, Phone WA 8- 4846, NStfc. FOR SAne mare colt, 10 months old--Phone WAlnut 8- 3618. D17tfc DOGWOOOD DAY IN Wiggirs. Good rooted trees 25 cen for sale by Garden Gate Club. Near Depot. China DolIA Real Value A,, m"s. FOP. lNT--Apartment, vmll RICE, .... and Err 3 TALL CANS 42, ltami D Content Increased room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, front and rear entrance, utilities patti, one block from doWntown.---Call WAlnut 8-4609. --One heifer yearling, six months Old. Solid red. If please notify Eldon Idner, Phone WAlnut 8.-3687. D31tfc Crisp, Iceberg LETTUCE, large head .... Juicy, Florida ORANGES, 5 lb. bag 10c 35c cajOLERY, 2 lg " stalks .... 25c Morton's--(Ail Six Varieties) O'NEAL'S WELDING SHOP Across From Watts' Conoco Sta. K. M. O'NEAL, Owner Heavy Equipment Repair- ing, General Welding, Fab- rication Work of All Type. We give special attention to all small motors. DINNERS, II oz. pkg. Frosty A cres--10-oz, pkg. SLICED PEACHES, 2 for 39c i i | Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist wooms OmCE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEJ DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIi CENYg mLOXX OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 Frosty Acres Green PEAS, 2 lb. pkg. 49c Clover FarmNo. 2"- can Pork & Beans 2 for ....... 35, Big "R"303 can TOMATOES 2 for 29 Red Heart (Asst.) DOG FOOD 3 for 45' 303 Can, 2 for 3 5 CLOVER FARM-- MONEY BACK GUARANTEE--- FLOUR were , lona rednsc i.l (rs. S. s. G. *e tol et their t of W t and ;k end tr. ant nt FTi( [r dau The l. lease : r's mg Ix. ar ie Too ly, in J. Cob "s. I KLEENEX .Matty cho 27' 7ho's '  .e sd Its G KOTEX , iOol  Reg. Sue .... 3 9= C 1 Nwa | '  3 b.can .... 79 CORN ' =' he the PRICES GOOD FILl. & SAT, JAN. 8 & 9