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6-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 8, 1984 II IIII Jom G. Gtrrmm AN .DONS, INC. Consulting Foresters Real Estate and Appraisals Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 9,4662 or 9-4958 I [I ESTABLISHED SINCE 1981 Chelsea Chimney Sweeps of Moss Point Our Intention Is Fire Prevention Call 928-7045 t Comments either for or STATE OFMISSISSIPPI agaimt this service by such COUNTY OF STONE public and private transit and CHANCERY SUMMONS paratransit operators will be TO: Aaron Salon, a/k/a • - received at any time within 30 Aron Sloan, residing at 2325 "days from the date of this Hooker Oak Court, Santa notice. All comments should Rosa, California; be addressed to Charles E. Ida Lee Woodward Polk, Danzey, Jr., Superintendent of residing at 856 34th St., . Education, 214 Critz Street, Oakland, California; Wiggins, MS 9577. Bernice Straight Joyner, 3-8;3-15;3-22-84 residing at 4834 Glmridge ' Lane, Houston, Texas; l I I ZENITH McGehee T.V. Sales & Service I I Porkirmton, Ms. 39573 Locmtedacron R.e. from Taylor Food Store Free estimates on repair. Call anytime day , night 928-4754. We repair all makes. Zenith T.ฅ.'s at Lowest Prices in South Ms. Low Overhead, Low Prices. HOMaTE STmL J.M. McDANIEL McDaniel's Gen. Mdse. IIIIIII Route I Box 122 McHenry, MS. 39561, (601) 928-7452 Come llne of Logglng'Cable Chokers, and Ci ChaiR,  and Hydraulic oils, Chain Saws aml Log- glng Aeeeuorles. II II [ I[I _ . • I ...... . Bob's Heating and Air Conditioning "Your Carrier Dealer in Wi00ins" We Specialize in Sheetmetal Work 126 N. Parker 9284483, / PURIAD-Starrin__g in"Great Performances"' presentation of "Purlie" on Mississippi Educa- tional Television are, loft to right, Sherman Hemsley, Melba Moore and Robert Guillaume. presentation of the Broadway smash hit can be seen at 8 p.m, Monday, March 12. High IQ required for philosophy program Gifted studies going grades five through nine will he ex- ploring philosophy this sum- mer in the University of Southern Missismppi's Sum- mer Gifted Studies program. This summer residential program, with emphasis on in- dividual participation in areas which provide in-depth analysis of specific topics of interest, has a deadline of March 31. Students who wm be in grades five through seven in the fall of 1984 will participate in Great Thinkers I with an emphasis on such philosophical concepts as truth and principle, logic and reasoning, prejudice and preferences and the process of inquiry. They will explore the ideas ed and compared. Through group activities, research skills, problem solv- ing, debate and simulation the participants will develop their reasoning skills and concep- tual abilities. Field trips, recreational ac- tivities, movies, musical and cultural events are also plann= ed during each of the two- week sessions, scheduled for June 3-15 and June 17-29. Students will he housed in dormitories on the Hat- tiesburg campus. Instruc- tional activities will be held in university classrooms. Qualified teachers, super- visors and counselors will be with the students at all times. Deadline for application to both sessions is March 31. Notification of acceptance will tion Box 8207, Hattiesburg, MS 394O1 (001) 266-5236. Legal Notices INTHE CHANCERY COURT OF STONE COUNTY MISSISSIPPI NO. 5110 ESTATE OF HENRY R. LOTT, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary hav- ing been granted on the 5 day of March, 1984, by the Chancery Court of Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi, to the under- p mR  i n nl n  !of famous philosophers be marled to parents by April signed Co-Executrixes upon tthrotth litrarv research, pro- 10, with the deadline for pay- [ ]'A .m A ]blemsol -ring," group discus- went ........ of tuition on April 20. IL)TT,the Estatedeceased, of HENRYnotice R.is m l vMI |,ld_ lsions and rote puq.   g, smaen entering db - JM.MVIP'i IP"qlm" '  • After they have developed grades five through nine in the hereby given to all persons • -- an awareness of the various fall of 1983 is eligible for the estatehavingtoclaimSpresentagainstthe said • IIr]uF mo elements of philosophy, the progrum. An IQ soore of120 or sanle to  V V  r  " istudents will synthesize their above on an individually ad- the Clerk of this Court for pro- 'm ,I' tJ=L][] T -- own thoughts, feeling and ministered intelligence test clingbate toandlaw,registrationwithin ninetyaCcor'(90) l'  if mmJ J[ i Ibeliefs, into a personal'l .(WISC'R. or Stanford - Binet) days from the first publication '• .,   • said Dr. Frances Karnes,[Applications will he con- of this notice, or they will be forever barred. m WTrHTHISAD qd[]ljlir^ ..... ,,,,.,, • director of the Center for l sidered according to the order THIS the 28th day of m  " --  .j4. .v_t.. - .= IGifted Studies in which they are received. T AHTGAHV.U M.. • " • A "cations ma be obtain i ,00KIII00 il Great Thinkers H for eLghth ppli Y . February, 1964. -.wv. - i v ,t.oo n,o "= 'and ninth aders will explore ed through local school per HELEN L. HASTEN, Free features on 141( and lOg gold i ( gr " CoExecutrixEstate of thoR. alternative ways of thinking sonnel or by contacting Dr. This ad can get you super savings o your ArtCarved m and doing. The course will Frances A. Karnes, Center for of Henry • gold class ring. ArtCarved backs each ring with a Full • Iconcentrate on the nature of Gifted Studies, Southern Sta- Lott, Deceased • LlllnWml. Thse offers expire May31, t984 and • ]man tv= noh,,- , kn,,,,,- V]RG]NIAL.SUMRAI are to be used only for the purchase of gold ArtCarved -- :..',. - ............ ,e .. . -- . . Co-Executirx of the • Class Ri s Ir%l rr,ฎ • arm me nature of the material lt] ar  rr vs I M  ng /1Kit/1Kit-i) • world to help students develop - " "' "" '" .... " Estate of Henry R. ..... • ,w Lott, Deceased m  L  " "" X.c'ssa,s ,c _ skills in critical thinking and - JAMES M. HALL i  .lO, rt  Jewelry & Gifts  i logic, according to Karnes. l . Gerrr.. cha.Jorm., p.O. Drawer 370 m • • Mr anU Mrs. thlen La[retl _ | m E.pnzsrlr  ,, t Emphasis will be placed en T,,,,,' ,,€ ..... t o on- Wiggins, M 39577 •  m,n  i!the relationship between :"'. :T..'.:.".:" 601/928-4436 n z ,,J -t • t i ,,, .......... ,,uunce me mnn m men" I e j. !pmmsopmc mues ana per- . . . m  046 Nฐth}eisehlsn'J ;tnrml .na Pdln.nha cbil a sorl Gemt Michael SOLICITOR ................ r ..... j '   B[qNADi n i •• land thsir ideas will be examin, ordan. .... 3-8;3-15;3-22-84 uerriz was norn eb. H, 1984, weighing 6 pounds, 7 NOTICE ounces. All interested public and Paternal grandparents are private trant and paratran- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Jor- sit operators within Stone dan. County are hereby advised Great-grandmother is Mrs. that the Stone County School [ II I _ III I I I SOUTHERN PORTRAITS PACKAGE SPECIAL * SCENIC BACKGROUNOS " 2 POSES * $2.00 EXTRA CHARGE FOR GROUP PORTRAITS. 2 8X10 4 5X7 20 Wallets Pl.U$ $17.95 =, TOTAL PACKAGE PRICE $3.00 D0000OS,, WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED $14.95 ="" ON DELIVERY PACKAGE OROERS ONLY [ Plea, toll your ,dmuJs...ltmy will love our color,ooll l I Thursday GREER'S00 10:30 A.M. ii Marc5 15th WIG GINS T0 6:00 P.M. ! Annabel Rayburn of Wiggins. Bray Zane Gerdan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Zane Gordan of lichton announce the birth of a son, Billy Zane Gordan Jr. Zane was born Feb. 19, 1984 at Forrest General Hospital weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces. He is welcomed home by his sister, Cassie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Alexander, Mrs. L'Dean Gordan, all of Wiggins, and the late James V. Gordan. The Savl-gs Bomb program through the years has. represented a huge reserver of purchasg power -- con- stmatly spfl over and refill- ing -- to help provide continn- Iz stability for the economy. This has helped promote buslmmS prosperity for every. commmd...beeanse Savts  Bond owners live everywhere., System is applying to the Mississippi Department of Energy and Transportation, Public TrausR Department, Jackson, Mississippi for a grant under Section 16(b)(2) of the Urlmn Mass Transpor- tatien Act of 1964, as amended, for the provision of elderly and i handicapped transportation services. Service would be provided within Stone County for the physically handicap pod students. The purpose of this notice is to advise all interested transit and paratransit operators of service being planned for pro- viding transportation service for the physically handicap pod students in the Stone County School System, and to insure that such program would not represent a duplica- tion of current or of propesed services provided by existing transit or paratransit opera- tion in the area. BOB FOX TENNIS INSTRUCTOR 928-5089 I I Scepter R0ssiln01 Racquets Re-Strung Re-Gripped Edgar Allen Straight, NOTICE residing at 4400 W. Airport TO BIDDERS Blvd., Houston, Texas; The Board of Supervisors of The heirs at law of Jerry E. • Stone County, Mississippi, will Woodward a/k/a J. E. Wood- receive sealed bids until 9:00 ward, deceased, and any and a.m. CST on the 26th day of all other persons having or March, 1984, at the Chancery claiming any right, title, in- Clerk's office in the Stone County Courthouse, Wiggins, Mississippi, for the privilege of furnishing to Stone County the following supplies, per- sonal property and/or ser- vices, to-wit: GENERAL SUPPLIES FOR COUNTY BID CYCI: 4-I4 -- 9-30-84. Specifications thereof and required bid forms are now on file with the Clerk of said Board and subject to public in- spection and copying from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, at the of- rice of said Clerk in the Stone County Courthouse, Wiggins, Mississippi. In all applicable classes and •groups, the materials and supplies shall meet the State of 1Wlssissippi highway specifications unless otherwise stated in the pro- posal and accepted by the county. All bids shall include the bidder's state license number -or sworn statement required by Section 19-13-71 of the 1972 Mississippi Code and also shall include a statement that the amount bid does not ex- ceed the price permitted by law. The Board reserves the rights to reject any and all bids, to waive any formalities and to accept bids by classes and/or groups. WITNESS my hand and of- ficial seal of office, this 5th day of March, 1984. (SEAL) GERALD W. BOND Clerk, Board of Supervisors Stone County Mississippi 3-8; 3-15-84 INTHE CHANCERY COURT STONE COUNTY WIGGINS MISSISSIPPI 39577 Barbara Nell Loper, nee Bax- ter, Plaintiff V. Charles Ray Loper, Defendant SUMMONS CASE NO. 5099 (Service by Publication: ResMence Unknown) TO: Charles Ray Loper, whose last known address was Route 1, Box 244, Perkinston in Stone CoUnty, Mississippi; but whose present residence and address is unknown. You have been made Defendant in the lawsuit filed in this Court by Barbara Nell Loper, Plain- tiff, whose address is Route 3, Box 452, Perkinston, Mississippi 39573 in Stone County, Mississippi. The Complaint filed against you has initiated a civil action alleging habitual drunkenness for divorce a vinculo terest or claim in or to the estate or properties of Jerry E. Woodward a/k/J.E. Wood- ward, deceased. You have-been made a Defendant in the lawsuit filed in this Court by Leslie Wood- ward, whose address is Rt. I, Box 129, McHenry, Mississip- pi. You are summoned to ap- pear before the Chancery Court of Stone County, ppi, at the Courthouse in the City of Wiggins in said state on the 1st day of May, A.D., 1984, at 10:00 A.M. to de- fend the suit in said Court, it being a suit to recognize the heirs at law of Jerry E. Wood- ward a/k/a J. E. Woodward and as such to be placed in possession of his estate. This the 2Bth day of February, A.D., 1984. GERALD W. BOND CHANCERY CLERK By Carol M. Rayburn, D.C. 34; 3-15; 3-22-4 matrimonii divorce a vinculo matrimonfi and custody of parson of infant Frances Loper born February 27, 1981 and maintenance and support of said infant issue of marriage of parties. You are requLed to mail or hand deliver a copy of a writ- ten Answer either admitting or denying each allegation in the Complaint to Barbara Nell Loper, nee Baxter, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is Route 3, Box 452, Perkinston, Mississippi 39573. YOUR ANSWER MUST BE MAILED OR DELIVERED NOT LATER THAN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE 8 DAY OF MARCH, 1984, WHICH IS 21 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FnRsT PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR ANSWER IS NOT SO MAILED OR DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE MONEY OR OTHER RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE COM- PIAINT. You must also file the original of your Answer with: the Clerk of this Court within a reasonable time aRerwar Dated: 2-14-84 GERALD W. BOND Clerk of Conrt By C.M. Raybm-n, D.C. 2-23; 3-I; 3444 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF STONE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, on October 3, 1980 HOUSTON PARKER et ux BETTY D. PARKER ex- ecuted a Deed of Trust to James M. Hall, Trustee for the use and benefit of DON O'NEAL et ux PEGGY O'NEAL, which Deed of Trust was filed for record on March II, 1961, and recorded in Book 76, pages 193 eL seq. of the Deed of Trnst Records on fde in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Stone County, Mississippi; and WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness and perfor- mance of the obligations secured by the Deed of Trust in favor ot DON O'NEAL et ux PEGGY O'NEAL and the holders of the note and Deed of Trust having declared the en- tire balance of said note im- mediately due and payable and having requested the trustee to sell the subject pro- perry pursuant to the said Deed of Trust: NOW, THEREFORE, I, James M. Hall, do hereby give notice that I will on the 20th day of March, 1984, offer for sale at public outcry and sell during legal hours at the West front door of the Stone County Courthouse in the City of Wig- gins, Mississippi, for cash to the highest and best bidder, the following described land and property located in said Stone County, Mississippi, to- wit: Commence at the Northwest and seeking, corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 4 South, Range West and thence run South along the West boundary .of the said Northeast Quarter35 feet; thence run East parMlei with the North boundary ot PUBLIC NOTICE The Stone County System will be recelvmg plications for teachers. Interested may pick up applications the Office of the dent of Education, 214 Street Wiggins, MS., regular office hours March 8 "through March 1984. The completed tions must be returned to same address by 4:00 p.m. March 30, 1984. 3-8; 3-15; 3-22; said Northeast Quarter 1,05 feet to the point of beginning; thence from said point ol beginning run North 330 feet; thence rim East M feet to the center of a gravel road; thence run South along the center of the gravel road 33( feet; thence run West 263 feet to the point of begiming. The property contains 90 acres, more or less. The property i part.ef Lot No. I, Block No. 2 of the Me.Henry Gardens Sub- divisionto the Town of McHem-y, lVlLssissippi. LESS AND EXCEPT all off, gas and other minerals in, or and under said property. SUCH SALE will he withom covenant or warranty regar- ding title, possession, enctm brances or otherwise, and 1 will convey only such title as b vested in me as Trustee. L WITNESS MY SIGNATURE this 3rid day of March, 19M. JAMES M. HALL P. O. Drawer 370 Wiggw.s, MS 39577 34; 3-15; 3-; 2-29-84 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF STONE NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY SEIZED UNDER WRIT OF EXE" TION WHEREAS, judgment entered against WALLAC WADE COBB in favor c[ TROY EUGENE COBB by the Chancery Court of Stone Cou ty, Mississippi, on June 9, 1963, in the total amount d , $92,716.93 plus cost; and WHEREAS, said judgment has not been partially wholly satisfied and the entire balance is still unpaid and car- ries interest thereon at Eight Percent (8%) per annum from the date of Judgment ont paid; and WHEREAS, the said Chancery Court has issued its Writ of Execution directing this Officer to cause to be made the said sum out of t real and personal estate d WALLACE WADE COBB: NOW, THEREFORE,  Eldon Ladner, as Sheriff Stone County, Mississippi, pursuant to said Writ of I" ecution, by virtue of the authority vested in me by t laws of this State, and under. the provisions of SectiC 13-3-161 et seq., of the 197 Mississippi Code, as amended, and other laws governing sale of real property under execU" lion upon a Chancery judgment, will on March 1964, wihn the leg hours at the West fent door of tbe Stone County Courthouse i Wiggins, Mississippi, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the followin property lying in Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi, levi'ed pursuant to said Writ of F- ecution, to-wit: TRACT ONE: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the NorthweSt Quarter of Southwest Quart: and run East 418 feet to pave highway 49, thence SOu@ parallel with Highway 49, 33 feet, thence run West 30 feet..t, thence run South 1,0 feet, parallel with Highway 49, thence run West 408 feet, to t Southwest corner of thwe_ Quarter of Quarter, thence run North Section Line to place of ning, 1,320 feet, in Section Twonsbip 3 South, Range West, being 12 acres, less. TRACT TWO: The East Half of the theast Quarter of the theast Quarter, Section Township 3 South, Range West. TRACT THREE: An undivided ฝ interest iP and to the Nmnvest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, lion 1, Township 3 So uw, Range 12 West. TRACT FOUR: An undivided ฝ interest  and to the Northwest Q  d of the Southwest Quarter the Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter and Southeast Quarter of the thwest Quarter, LESS AtU EXCEPT 1ฝ acres thered f a cemetery, Section z, Township 3 South, Range I West. TRACT FIVE: An undivided ฝ interest and to the oil, gas and otiS" als m, on or  East Half of the Sout . Quarter of the Souffies Quarter, Section 35, Tow  2 South, Range 12 West. TRACT SIX: is and to the on, gas and  mrais m, on or u._ West Half of the Soum_- Quarter of the Souo Quarter, Section 35, T 2 South, Range 12 West...,.t svCH SALE  be L't covenant or warranty  will convey only such title may be vested in me as  of Stone County, pursu m such Writ of Execution. y WITNESS dY d SIGNATURE this 34; 3-15;  6-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 8, 1984 II IIII Jom G. Gtrrmm AN .DONS, INC. Consulting Foresters Real Estate and Appraisals Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 9,4662 or 9-4958 I [I ESTABLISHED SINCE 1981 Chelsea Chimney Sweeps of Moss Point Our Intention Is Fire Prevention Call 928-7045 t Comments either for or STATE OFMISSISSIPPI agaimt this service by such COUNTY OF STONE public and private transit and CHANCERY SUMMONS paratransit operators will be TO: Aaron Salon, a/k/a • - received at any time within 30 Aron Sloan, residing at 2325 "days from the date of this Hooker Oak Court, Santa notice. All comments should Rosa, California; be addressed to Charles E. Ida Lee Woodward Polk, Danzey, Jr., Superintendent of residing at 856 34th St., . Education, 214 Critz Street, Oakland, California; Wiggins, MS 9577. Bernice Straight Joyner, 3-8;3-15;3-22-84 residing at 4834 Glmridge ' Lane, Houston, Texas; l I I ZENITH McGehee T.V. Sales & Service I I Porkirmton, Ms. 39573 Locmtedacron R.e. from Taylor Food Store Free estimates on repair. Call anytime day , night 928-4754. We repair all makes. Zenith T.ฅ.'s at Lowest Prices in South Ms. Low Overhead, Low Prices. HOMaTE STmL J.M. McDANIEL McDaniel's Gen. Mdse. IIIIIII Route I Box 122 McHenry, MS. 39561, (601) 928-7452 Come llne of Logglng'Cable Chokers, and Ci ChaiR,  and Hydraulic oils, Chain Saws aml Log- glng Aeeeuorles. II II [ I[I _ . • I ...... . Bob's Heating and Air Conditioning "Your Carrier Dealer in Wi00ins" We Specialize in Sheetmetal Work 126 N. Parker 9284483, / PURIAD-Starrin__g in"Great Performances"' presentation of "Purlie" on Mississippi Educa- tional Television are, loft to right, Sherman Hemsley, Melba Moore and Robert Guillaume. presentation of the Broadway smash hit can be seen at 8 p.m, Monday, March 12. High IQ required for philosophy program Gifted studies going grades five through nine will he ex- ploring philosophy this sum- mer in the University of Southern Missismppi's Sum- mer Gifted Studies program. This summer residential program, with emphasis on in- dividual participation in areas which provide in-depth analysis of specific topics of interest, has a deadline of March 31. Students who wm be in grades five through seven in the fall of 1984 will participate in Great Thinkers I with an emphasis on such philosophical concepts as truth and principle, logic and reasoning, prejudice and preferences and the process of inquiry. They will explore the ideas ed and compared. Through group activities, research skills, problem solv- ing, debate and simulation the participants will develop their reasoning skills and concep- tual abilities. Field trips, recreational ac- tivities, movies, musical and cultural events are also plann= ed during each of the two- week sessions, scheduled for June 3-15 and June 17-29. Students will he housed in dormitories on the Hat- tiesburg campus. Instruc- tional activities will be held in university classrooms. Qualified teachers, super- visors and counselors will be with the students at all times. Deadline for application to both sessions is March 31. Notification of acceptance will tion Box 8207, Hattiesburg, MS 394O1 (001) 266-5236. Legal Notices INTHE CHANCERY COURT OF STONE COUNTY MISSISSIPPI NO. 5110 ESTATE OF HENRY R. LOTT, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary hav- ing been granted on the 5 day of March, 1984, by the Chancery Court of Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi, to the under- p mR  i n nl n  !of famous philosophers be marled to parents by April signed Co-Executrixes upon tthrotth litrarv research, pro- 10, with the deadline for pay- [ ]'A .m A ]blemsol -ring," group discus- went ........ of tuition on April 20. IL)TT,the Estatedeceased, of HENRYnotice R.is m l vMI |,ld_ lsions and rote puq.   g, smaen entering db - JM.MVIP'i IP"qlm" '  • After they have developed grades five through nine in the hereby given to all persons • -- an awareness of the various fall of 1983 is eligible for the estatehavingtoclaimSpresentagainstthe said • IIr]uF mo elements of philosophy, the progrum. An IQ soore of120 or sanle to  V V  r  " istudents will synthesize their above on an individually ad- the Clerk of this Court for pro- 'm ,I' tJ=L][] T -- own thoughts, feeling and ministered intelligence test clingbate toandlaw,registrationwithin ninetyaCcor'(90) l'  if mmJ J[ i Ibeliefs, into a personal'l .(WISC'R. or Stanford - Binet) days from the first publication '• .,   • said Dr. Frances Karnes,[Applications will he con- of this notice, or they will be forever barred. m WTrHTHISAD qd[]ljlir^ ..... ,,,,.,, • director of the Center for l sidered according to the order THIS the 28th day of m  " --  .j4. .v_t.. - .= IGifted Studies in which they are received. T AHTGAHV.U M.. • " • A "cations ma be obtain i ,00KIII00 il Great Thinkers H for eLghth ppli Y . February, 1964. -.wv. - i v ,t.oo n,o "= 'and ninth aders will explore ed through local school per HELEN L. HASTEN, Free features on 141( and lOg gold i ( gr " CoExecutrixEstate of thoR. alternative ways of thinking sonnel or by contacting Dr. This ad can get you super savings o your ArtCarved m and doing. The course will Frances A. Karnes, Center for of Henry • gold class ring. ArtCarved backs each ring with a Full • Iconcentrate on the nature of Gifted Studies, Southern Sta- Lott, Deceased • LlllnWml. Thse offers expire May31, t984 and • ]man tv= noh,,- , kn,,,,,- V]RG]NIAL.SUMRAI are to be used only for the purchase of gold ArtCarved -- :..',. - ............ ,e .. . -- . . Co-Executirx of the • Class Ri s Ir%l rr,ฎ • arm me nature of the material lt] ar  rr vs I M  ng /1Kit/1Kit-i) • world to help students develop - " "' "" '" .... " Estate of Henry R. ..... • ,w Lott, Deceased m  L  " "" X.c'ssa,s ,c _ skills in critical thinking and - JAMES M. HALL i  .lO, rt  Jewelry & Gifts  i logic, according to Karnes. l . Gerrr.. cha.Jorm., p.O. Drawer 370 m • • Mr anU Mrs. thlen La[retl _ | m E.pnzsrlr  ,, t Emphasis will be placed en T,,,,,' ,,€ ..... t o on- Wiggins, M 39577 •  m,n  i!the relationship between :"'. :T..'.:.".:" 601/928-4436 n z ,,J -t • t i ,,, .......... ,,uunce me mnn m men" I e j. !pmmsopmc mues ana per- . . . m  046 Nฐth}eisehlsn'J ;tnrml .na Pdln.nha cbil a sorl Gemt Michael SOLICITOR ................ r ..... j '   B[qNADi n i •• land thsir ideas will be examin, ordan. .... 3-8;3-15;3-22-84 uerriz was norn eb. H, 1984, weighing 6 pounds, 7 NOTICE ounces. All interested public and Paternal grandparents are private trant and paratran- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Jor- sit operators within Stone dan. County are hereby advised Great-grandmother is Mrs. that the Stone County School [ II I _ III I I I SOUTHERN PORTRAITS PACKAGE SPECIAL * SCENIC BACKGROUNOS " 2 POSES * $2.00 EXTRA CHARGE FOR GROUP PORTRAITS. 2 8X10 4 5X7 20 Wallets Pl.U$ $17.95 =, TOTAL PACKAGE PRICE $3.00 D0000OS,, WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED $14.95 ="" ON DELIVERY PACKAGE OROERS ONLY [ Plea, toll your ,dmuJs...ltmy will love our color,ooll l I Thursday GREER'S00 10:30 A.M. ii Marc5 15th WIG GINS T0 6:00 P.M. ! Annabel Rayburn of Wiggins. Bray Zane Gerdan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Zane Gordan of lichton announce the birth of a son, Billy Zane Gordan Jr. Zane was born Feb. 19, 1984 at Forrest General Hospital weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces. He is welcomed home by his sister, Cassie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Alexander, Mrs. L'Dean Gordan, all of Wiggins, and the late James V. Gordan. The Savl-gs Bomb program through the years has. represented a huge reserver of purchasg power -- con- stmatly spfl over and refill- ing -- to help provide continn- Iz stability for the economy. This has helped promote buslmmS prosperity for every. commmd...beeanse Savts  Bond owners live everywhere., System is applying to the Mississippi Department of Energy and Transportation, Public TrausR Department, Jackson, Mississippi for a grant under Section 16(b)(2) of the Urlmn Mass Transpor- tatien Act of 1964, as amended, for the provision of elderly and i handicapped transportation services. Service would be provided within Stone County for the physically handicap pod students. The purpose of this notice is to advise all interested transit and paratransit operators of service being planned for pro- viding transportation service for the physically handicap pod students in the Stone County School System, and to insure that such program would not represent a duplica- tion of current or of propesed services provided by existing transit or paratransit opera- tion in the area. BOB FOX TENNIS INSTRUCTOR 928-5089 I I Scepter R0ssiln01 Racquets Re-Strung Re-Gripped Edgar Allen Straight, NOTICE residing at 4400 W. Airport TO BIDDERS Blvd., Houston, Texas; The Board of Supervisors of The heirs at law of Jerry E. • Stone County, Mississippi, will Woodward a/k/a J. E. Wood- receive sealed bids until 9:00 ward, deceased, and any and a.m. CST on the 26th day of all other persons having or March, 1984, at the Chancery claiming any right, title, in- Clerk's office in the Stone County Courthouse, Wiggins, Mississippi, for the privilege of furnishing to Stone County the following supplies, per- sonal property and/or ser- vices, to-wit: GENERAL SUPPLIES FOR COUNTY BID CYCI: 4-I4 -- 9-30-84. Specifications thereof and required bid forms are now on file with the Clerk of said Board and subject to public in- spection and copying from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Mon- day through Friday, at the of- rice of said Clerk in the Stone County Courthouse, Wiggins, Mississippi. In all applicable classes and •groups, the materials and supplies shall meet the State of 1Wlssissippi highway specifications unless otherwise stated in the pro- posal and accepted by the county. All bids shall include the bidder's state license number -or sworn statement required by Section 19-13-71 of the 1972 Mississippi Code and also shall include a statement that the amount bid does not ex- ceed the price permitted by law. The Board reserves the rights to reject any and all bids, to waive any formalities and to accept bids by classes and/or groups. WITNESS my hand and of- ficial seal of office, this 5th day of March, 1984. (SEAL) GERALD W. BOND Clerk, Board of Supervisors Stone County Mississippi 3-8; 3-15-84 INTHE CHANCERY COURT STONE COUNTY WIGGINS MISSISSIPPI 39577 Barbara Nell Loper, nee Bax- ter, Plaintiff V. Charles Ray Loper, Defendant SUMMONS CASE NO. 5099 (Service by Publication: ResMence Unknown) TO: Charles Ray Loper, whose last known address was Route 1, Box 244, Perkinston in Stone CoUnty, Mississippi; but whose present residence and address is unknown. You have been made Defendant in the lawsuit filed in this Court by Barbara Nell Loper, Plain- tiff, whose address is Route 3, Box 452, Perkinston, Mississippi 39573 in Stone County, Mississippi. The Complaint filed against you has initiated a civil action alleging habitual drunkenness for divorce a vinculo terest or claim in or to the estate or properties of Jerry E. Woodward a/k/J.E. Wood- ward, deceased. You have-been made a Defendant in the lawsuit filed in this Court by Leslie Wood- ward, whose address is Rt. I, Box 129, McHenry, Mississip- pi. You are summoned to ap- pear before the Chancery Court of Stone County, ppi, at the Courthouse in the City of Wiggins in said state on the 1st day of May, A.D., 1984, at 10:00 A.M. to de- fend the suit in said Court, it being a suit to recognize the heirs at law of Jerry E. Wood- ward a/k/a J. E. Woodward and as such to be placed in possession of his estate. This the 2Bth day of February, A.D., 1984. GERALD W. BOND CHANCERY CLERK By Carol M. Rayburn, D.C. 34; 3-15; 3-22-4 matrimonii divorce a vinculo matrimonfi and custody of parson of infant Frances Loper born February 27, 1981 and maintenance and support of said infant issue of marriage of parties. You are requLed to mail or hand deliver a copy of a writ- ten Answer either admitting or denying each allegation in the Complaint to Barbara Nell Loper, nee Baxter, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is Route 3, Box 452, Perkinston, Mississippi 39573. YOUR ANSWER MUST BE MAILED OR DELIVERED NOT LATER THAN THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE 8 DAY OF MARCH, 1984, WHICH IS 21 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FnRsT PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR ANSWER IS NOT SO MAILED OR DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE MONEY OR OTHER RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE COM- PIAINT. You must also file the original of your Answer with: the Clerk of this Court within a reasonable time aRerwar Dated: 2-14-84 GERALD W. BOND Clerk of Conrt By C.M. Raybm-n, D.C. 2-23; 3-I; 3444 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF STONE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, on October 3, 1980 HOUSTON PARKER et ux BETTY D. PARKER ex- ecuted a Deed of Trust to James M. Hall, Trustee for the use and benefit of DON O'NEAL et ux PEGGY O'NEAL, which Deed of Trust was filed for record on March II, 1961, and recorded in Book 76, pages 193 eL seq. of the Deed of Trnst Records on fde in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Stone County, Mississippi; and WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness and perfor- mance of the obligations secured by the Deed of Trust in favor ot DON O'NEAL et ux PEGGY O'NEAL and the holders of the note and Deed of Trust having declared the en- tire balance of said note im- mediately due and payable and having requested the trustee to sell the subject pro- perry pursuant to the said Deed of Trust: NOW, THEREFORE, I, James M. Hall, do hereby give notice that I will on the 20th day of March, 1984, offer for sale at public outcry and sell during legal hours at the West front door of the Stone County Courthouse in the City of Wig- gins, Mississippi, for cash to the highest and best bidder, the following described land and property located in said Stone County, Mississippi, to- wit: Commence at the Northwest and seeking, corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 4 South, Range West and thence run South along the West boundary .of the said Northeast Quarter35 feet; thence run East parMlei with the North boundary ot PUBLIC NOTICE The Stone County System will be recelvmg plications for teachers. Interested may pick up applications the Office of the dent of Education, 214 Street Wiggins, MS., regular office hours March 8 "through March 1984. The completed tions must be returned to same address by 4:00 p.m. March 30, 1984. 3-8; 3-15; 3-22; said Northeast Quarter 1,05 feet to the point of beginning; thence from said point ol beginning run North 330 feet; thence rim East M feet to the center of a gravel road; thence run South along the center of the gravel road 33( feet; thence run West 263 feet to the point of begiming. The property contains 90 acres, more or less. The property i part.ef Lot No. I, Block No. 2 of the Me.Henry Gardens Sub- divisionto the Town of McHem-y, lVlLssissippi. LESS AND EXCEPT all off, gas and other minerals in, or and under said property. SUCH SALE will he withom covenant or warranty regar- ding title, possession, enctm brances or otherwise, and 1 will convey only such title as b vested in me as Trustee. L WITNESS MY SIGNATURE this 3rid day of March, 19M. JAMES M. HALL P. O. Drawer 370 Wiggw.s, MS 39577 34; 3-15; 3-; 2-29-84 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF STONE NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY SEIZED UNDER WRIT OF EXE" TION WHEREAS, judgment entered against WALLAC WADE COBB in favor c[ TROY EUGENE COBB by the Chancery Court of Stone Cou ty, Mississippi, on June 9, 1963, in the total amount d , $92,716.93 plus cost; and WHEREAS, said judgment has not been partially wholly satisfied and the entire balance is still unpaid and car- ries interest thereon at Eight Percent (8%) per annum from the date of Judgment ont paid; and WHEREAS, the said Chancery Court has issued its Writ of Execution directing this Officer to cause to be made the said sum out of t real and personal estate d WALLACE WADE COBB: NOW, THEREFORE,  Eldon Ladner, as Sheriff Stone County, Mississippi, pursuant to said Writ of I" ecution, by virtue of the authority vested in me by t laws of this State, and under. the provisions of SectiC 13-3-161 et seq., of the 197 Mississippi Code, as amended, and other laws governing sale of real property under execU" lion upon a Chancery judgment, will on March 1964, wihn the leg hours at the West fent door of tbe Stone County Courthouse i Wiggins, Mississippi, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the followin property lying in Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi, levi'ed pursuant to said Writ of F- ecution, to-wit: TRACT ONE: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the NorthweSt Quarter of Southwest Quart: and run East 418 feet to pave highway 49, thence SOu@ parallel with Highway 49, 33 feet, thence run West 30 feet..t, thence run South 1,0 feet, parallel with Highway 49, thence run West 408 feet, to t Southwest corner of thwe_ Quarter of Quarter, thence run North Section Line to place of ning, 1,320 feet, in Section Twonsbip 3 South, Range West, being 12 acres, less. TRACT TWO: The East Half of the theast Quarter of the theast Quarter, Section Township 3 South, Range West. TRACT THREE: An undivided ฝ interest iP and to the Nmnvest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, lion 1, Township 3 So uw, Range 12 West. TRACT FOUR: An undivided ฝ interest  and to the Northwest Q  d of the Southwest Quarter the Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter and Southeast Quarter of the thwest Quarter, LESS AtU EXCEPT 1ฝ acres thered f a cemetery, Section z, Township 3 South, Range I West. TRACT FIVE: An undivided ฝ interest and to the oil, gas and otiS" als m, on or  East Half of the Sout . Quarter of the Souffies Quarter, Section 35, Tow  2 South, Range 12 West. TRACT SIX: is and to the on, gas and  mrais m, on or u._ West Half of the Soum_- Quarter of the Souo Quarter, Section 35, T 2 South, Range 12 West...,.t svCH SALE  be L't covenant or warranty  will convey only such title may be vested in me as  of Stone County, pursu m such Writ of Execution. y WITNESS dY d SIGNATURE this 34; 3-15;