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Tim Stone County Enterprl  u second  mall matter, JUI a. 1906, at the Post {:M}# mA WLI, Maslpp*, wader Act of Congre., March $. HffL WXIN /SEFPI (lg'r close WINnesdsy no mstloz from reaaers wlll be cheerfully received anti ptt hed When poIble.  such communlctions must be signed by . mot necestrily for bl.testlon, but as a guarantte Of ten 'an aboid be Inciced If return of msnuserl 18 dmarmL mee rtw to uotJ.Iy the office of  WeN mmzlavlv All ulari will be  Member N  BIDRIPTION RATES--PAYABLE IN ADV Big, Level News Eleven Girl Scouts and 3 lead- ers enjoyed a meeting at the home of Mrs. H. H. Moore's Thursday afternoon. Nancy Lou White gave the devotional, prayer by Lauralee Wlllingham. They worked on their Second First Aid course. Plans for a hiking on a camping trip was planned. All pledged to the flaK, several songs were enjoyed. Refresh- ments served. After spending several weeks here visiting relatives and friends, Mrs. George Cruthirds left Wednesdal for Guifport to spend a few days before returning to her home in Thibodaux, La. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Berryman of Lexington, Ky., visited the G. A. Breland family last Tuesday en- route home from a tour in Florida. A/1C Harvey E. Strlckland of Walker AFB, Roswell, N.M., is vis-] I iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I P. Strickland and family. I J Cub Scouts Den 1, Pack 112 met I last Wednesday afternoon withl their new Den Mother. Mrs. L. R. ] Baker. The afternoon was spent getting acquainted and the Den completed another achievement. Mrs, Baker served refreshments. The next meeting Will be in the home of Mrs. V. R. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Batson from the Magnolia community and Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of Hat- tiesburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe .VELSICOL CI' [MICAL CORPORATION 330 East G,ro.nd Avek Chicago 11. Illinois 1 ( THE BORDEN COMPANY Extra richness means, extra servings. I This special ice cream is made I with extra thick, heavy cream... i and the truest of natural flavorings. A 1richer, more satisfying flavor is the result. In fact, Lady Borden Ice Cream is so much richer in flavor, it takes far less to .... __ please...gives you more | MINT ,erving per pint. ! cnOCOL,00'rs ! = GRIP qE[E STONE COLITY ENTERPRISE Griffin las Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Ross of Hltieaburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and family Quite a lovely affair was the shower honoring Mrs. Glermis Hunt, Saturday night at the home home of Mrs. Jimmy Martin, with Mrs, John O'Neal, Mrs. John Doer- ing. Mrs. Roy Hunt and Mrs. Elmer Bond as cohostess, A corsage of a baby doll, rattlers, ud teething rUag was presented to the hon- oree. The many nice gifts were on DOINGS By ALTON A. BARBER Assistant County Agent will gather at the Perkinston Jun- ior College, Friday, March 8th for their, annual get together. All par- ents, friends of 4-H are urged to attend. DISTRICT LIVEcSTOCK SHOW The South Mississippi Livestock Show and Rodeo will be held in Hattiesburg, March 11. 12, 13. More people from Stone" County should attend and take part. 4-H ACHIEVEMENTS 1956 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, March Be glad in the Lord; and rcjo!ce, ye righteous: and shout for joy, all ye that axe upright in heart.-- (Psalm 32, 11.) Living a righteous life, being I Alcohol is something often puts the wreck in % display. Refreshments were served to around thirty guests. S/Sgt. Edgar Clayton of Camp LaJuene, N.C. is here visiting rela- tives and friends. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lynn and son Jimmie of Moss Point and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bond, Gulfport, viMted Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bond during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Breland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin made a business trip to the Coast Thurs- day. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell while there. Waiter Moore, Wiggins and Rhu- dolph O'Neal made a trip to Gulf- port last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hayes and children of Nlcklerson. returned to their home Friday after spending several day here, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Followeld- er, Biloxi, were week end guests of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ion- hie Strickland. The 9th grade of Home School and their guests, enjoyed a party at the school Friday night. They GLO DmVE-,'N HI-WAT O, NOltTll 1st Show 7:15 - ;nd Show S Friday and Saturday g CORIE, BOIICHERS " - == :_.= .,' , w'=uj t ttJ.aTeAmt PCTU PLUS CARTOON Full time operation starts Friday, March 15 '00TRAUB theatre StS8 P. J *m  fSamrd-,5.,eO P. M Always Cool and Comforble t & RmAY ONLY Rumble On The Rocks with James Darren and Micheal Granger PLUS--SERIAL & CARTOON PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY PLUS CARTOON Sunday, Monday, Tuesday PLUS CARTOON WED'D &DAY The Eddy Duchin Story with Tyrone Power and Kim Novak 4-H RALLY All 4-H members of Stone County enjoyed several games on the campus. The highlights of the evening were toasting marshmal- lows and wedners, hot and cold drinks were served. Mrs. O. A. Moore their teacher was their sponsor, Twenty-six attended the gay event. The Boy Scouts met at the Lodge Hall Monday for their meeting. Roger White led the pledge to the flag, Billy Stevens led the Scout Oath. They had a Board of Youth. enjoyed games. Around 15 attended. L. (3. Becklm, the Scout Master gave the Scout benediction. Mississippi has 104.314. 4-H mere- filled with God's. love and good bets who conducted 220.103 differ-lwhich are ours for the seeking and ent project demonstrations. There accepting, is not a grim, solemn. axe 11,962 volunteer adult leaders, sour experience. It is the only rc-al .and lasting gladness and joy that NATIONAL 4-H WEEK !is kindly, unselfis.h, eagerly shared March 2-9 is National 4-H Week. i wth others. i CARD OF THANKS As the fellow said. it's chile to- day and hot tamale. We are a loss to know how to say "Thank You" for all the wonder- ful deeds, tle kind acts, extended to us in our recent bereavement. Especially are we appreciative )f the beautiful flowers so longingly tenderd our loved one. The Robert E. Davis Family $ PREVENT $ ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO DISCOMFORT TO TRUCK CROPS HARVEST CREWS ,hY" * AVOID DAMACE TO MOWERS AND OTHER EQUIPbiENT GET INSECTICIDES CONTAINING CHLORDANE AT YOUR DEALER'S TODAY! With A Burkett i ('hecked , l,nnie Radiator Dial JU 2-17@I 521 Corinne St. SEE US BEF,)RE YOU BUY Hardware & Building We Guarantee Quality Merchandise ROCK BOTTOM PRICES DEES BUILDING SUPPLY Pbone 4682 We EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDKR 00UCTION SALE ]: ZERY WEDN Send us your next load of cattle and hos. We top market prices on all livestock. This is your sale-owned and operated hy the men of South Mississippi. Hog Sale 10 A.M. Cattle Sale 1 FOR TRUCKS or INFORMATION DIAL JU 4-5591 DAY  NIGHT JU ttattiesburg Livestock Yards, REO IIINTON. M,zr. Chevy is America's" 'rat"car .officially/ Chevrolet Wins Coveted No other car, regardless of price, COME IN NOW-- Manufacturers' Trophy at scored such a sweep. And Chevy walked away with the famous Manu- GET A WINNING DEAL Daytona Beach as "best facturers' Trophy, hands down[ performing U. S. automobile"! The 1957 Chevrolet is. by all odds, ON THE CHAMPION! the most astonishing performer ever Want facts about performance? produced in the low-pri field. Best Then look at the official figures from of HI, this superiority isn t limited to _ )ere NASCAR s* internationally famous just a few extra-cost high-performance Daytona Beach competition for stock models. Every tyl, of Chevy-from VROLET_ i;lltli er Moro't what vnu'll find" Char me SLX-cyilnoer moclelS rlgn up to me - '.i ], :,,"o,,hot"o,i. ,-.,.,.," 283-horsepower "Super Turbo-Fire ..... I,LZ-Zll" l ................................... .... ," vo ..... s from tue' s'mg-l--carbe uetor ....... vo.  peUtion, proved itself as Amenca s ' ......... w;th Powerghde to the stick-shift lllL"Wtl rumer tree permrmance car. louung "270's"--is a championship car. in the low-price field could touch it. *,, Ai,lo, So C, ,t =/,.. " I wd Only fra?chised Chevrolet dealers  * display this famous trademark, See Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer } m Tim Stone County Enterprl  u second  mall matter, JUI a. 1906, at the Post {:M}# mA WLI, Maslpp*, wader Act of Congre., March $. HffL WXIN /SEFPI (lg'r close WINnesdsy no mstloz from reaaers wlll be cheerfully received anti ptt hed When poIble.  such communlctions must be signed by . mot necestrily for bl.testlon, but as a guarantte Of ten 'an aboid be Inciced If return of msnuserl 18 dmarmL mee rtw to uotJ.Iy the office of  W eN mmzlavlv All ulari will be  Member N  BIDRIPTION RATES--PAYABLE IN ADV Big, Level News Eleven Girl Scouts and 3 lead- ers enjoyed a meeting at the home of Mrs. H. H. Moore's Thursday afternoon. Nancy Lou White gave the devotional, prayer by Lauralee Wlllingham. They worked on their Second First Aid course. Plans for a hiking on a camping trip was planned. All pledged to the flaK, several songs were enjoyed. Refresh- ments served. After spending several weeks here visiting relatives and friends, Mrs. George Cruthirds left Wednesdal for Guifport to spend a few days before returning to her home in Thibodaux, La. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Berryman of Lexington, Ky., visited the G. A. Breland family last Tuesday en- route home from a tour in Florida. A/1C Harvey E. Strlckland of Walker AFB, Roswell, N.M., is vis-] I iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I P. Strickland and family. I J Cub Scouts Den 1, Pack 112 met I last Wednesday afternoon withl their new Den Mother. Mrs. L. R. ] Baker. The afternoon was spent getting acquainted and the Den completed another achievement. Mrs, Baker served refreshments. The next meeting Will be in the home of Mrs. V. R. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Batson from the Magnolia community and Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of Hat- tiesburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe .VELSICOL CI' [MICAL CORPORATION 330 East G,ro.nd Avek Chicago 11. Illinois 1 ( THE BORDEN COMPANY Extra richness means, extra servings. I This special ice cream is made I with extra thick, heavy cream... i and the truest of natural flavorings. A 1richer, more satisfying flavor is the result. In fact, Lady Borden Ice Cream is so much richer in flavor, it takes far less to .... __ please...gives you more | MINT ,erving per pint. ! cnOCOL,00'rs ! = GRIP qE[E STONE COLITY ENTERPRISE Griffin las Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Ross of Hltieaburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and family Quite a lovely affair was the shower honoring Mrs. Glermis Hunt, Saturday night at the home home of Mrs. Jimmy Martin, with Mrs, John O'Neal, Mrs. John Doer- ing. Mrs. Roy Hunt and Mrs. Elmer Bond as cohostess, A corsage of a baby doll, rattlers, ud teething rUag was presented to the hon- oree. The many nice gifts were on DOINGS By ALTON A. BARBER Assistant County Agent will gather at the Perkinston Jun- ior College, Friday, March 8th for their, annual get together. All par- ents, friends of 4-H are urged to attend. DISTRICT LIVEcSTOCK SHOW The South Mississippi Livestock Show and Rodeo will be held in Hattiesburg, March 11. 12, 13. More people from Stone" County should attend and take part. 4-H ACHIEVEMENTS 1956 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, March Be glad in the Lord; and rcjo!ce, ye righteous: and shout for joy, all ye that axe upright in heart.-- (Psalm 32, 11.) Living a righteous life, being I Alcohol is something often puts the wreck in % display. Refreshments were served to around thirty guests. S/Sgt. Edgar Clayton of Camp LaJuene, N.C. is here visiting rela- tives and friends. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lynn and son Jimmie of Moss Point and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bond, Gulfport, viMted Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bond during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Breland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin made a business trip to the Coast Thurs- day. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell while there. Waiter Moore, Wiggins and Rhu- dolph O'Neal made a trip to Gulf- port last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hayes and children of Nlcklerson. returned to their home Friday after spending several day here, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Followeld- er, Biloxi, were week end guests of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ion- hie Strickland. The 9th grade of Home School and their guests, enjoyed a party at the school Friday night. They GLO DmVE-,'N HI-WAT O, NOltTll 1st Show 7:15 - ;nd Show S Friday and Saturday g CORIE, BOIICHERS " - == :_.= .,' , w'=uj t ttJ.aTeAmt PCTU PLUS CARTOON Full time operation starts Friday, March 15 '00TRAUB theatre StS8 P. J *m  fSamrd-,5.,eO P. M Always Cool and Comforble t & RmAY ONLY Rumble On The Rocks with James Darren and Micheal Granger PLUS--SERIAL & CARTOON PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY PLUS CARTOON Sunday, Monday, Tuesday PLUS CARTOON WED'D &DAY The Eddy Duchin Story with Tyrone Power and Kim Novak 4-H RALLY All 4-H members of Stone County enjoyed several games on the campus. The highlights of the evening were toasting marshmal- lows and wedners, hot and cold drinks were served. Mrs. O. A. Moore their teacher was their sponsor, Twenty-six attended the gay event. The Boy Scouts met at the Lodge Hall Monday for their meeting. Roger White led the pledge to the flag, Billy Stevens led the Scout Oath. They had a Board of Youth. enjoyed games. Around 15 attended. L. (3. Becklm, the Scout Master gave the Scout benediction. Mississippi has 104.314. 4-H mere- filled with God's. love and good bets who conducted 220.103 differ-lwhich are ours for the seeking and ent project demonstrations. There accepting, is not a grim, solemn. axe 11,962 volunteer adult leaders, sour experience. It is the only rc-al .and lasting gladness and joy that NATIONAL 4-H WEEK !is kindly, unselfis.h, eagerly shared March 2-9 is National 4-H Week. i wth others. i CARD OF THANKS As the fellow said. it's chile to- day and hot tamale. We are a loss to know how to say "Thank You" for all the wonder- ful deeds, tle kind acts, extended to us in our recent bereavement. Especially are we appreciative )f the beautiful flowers so longingly tenderd our loved one. The Robert E. Davis Family $ PREVENT $ ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO DISCOMFORT TO TRUCK CROPS HARVEST CREWS ,hY" * AVOID DAMACE TO MOWERS AND OTHER EQUIPbiENT GET INSECTICIDES CONTAINING CHLORDANE AT YOUR DEALER'S TODAY! With A Burkett i ('hecked , l,nnie Radiator Dial JU 2-17@I 521 Corinne St. SEE US BEF,)RE YOU BUY Hardware & Building We Guarantee Quality Merchandise ROCK BOTTOM PRICES DEES BUILDING SUPPLY Pbone 4682 We EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDKR 00UCTION SALE ]: ZERY WEDN Send us your next load of cattle and hos. We top market prices on all livestock. This is your sale-owned and operated hy the men of South Mississippi. Hog Sale 10 A.M. Cattle Sale 1 FOR TRUCKS or INFORMATION DIAL JU 4-5591 DAY  NIGHT JU ttattiesburg Livestock Yards, REO IIINTON. M,zr. Chevy is America's" 'rat"car .officially/ Chevrolet Wins Coveted No other car, regardless of price, COME IN NOW-- Manufacturers' Trophy at scored such a sweep. And Chevy walked away with the famous Manu- GET A WINNING DEAL Daytona Beach as "best facturers' Trophy, hands down[ performing U. S. automobile"! The 1957 Chevrolet is. by all odds, ON THE CHAMPION! the most astonishing performer ever Want facts about performance? produced in the low-pri field. Best Then look at the official figures from of HI, this superiority isn t limited to _ )ere NASCAR s* internationally famous just a few extra-cost high-performance Daytona Beach competition for stock models. Every tyl, of Chevy-from VROLET_ i;lltli er Moro't what vnu'll find" Char me SLX-cyilnoer moclelS rlgn up to me - '.i ], :,,"o,,hot"o,i. ,-.,.,.," 283-horsepower "Super Turbo-Fire ..... I,LZ-Zll" l ................................... .... ," vo ..... s from tue' s'mg-l--carbe uetor ....... vo.  peUtion, proved itself as Amenca s ' ......... w;th Powerghde to the stick-shift lllL"Wtl rumer tree permrmance car. louung "270's"--is a championship car. in the low-price field could touch it. *,, Ai,lo, So C, ,t =/,.. " I wd Only fra?chised Chevrolet dealers  * display this famous trademark, See Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer } m