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Wednesday, March 17, 2010 Stone County Enterprise Page 3 Obituaries Death Notices Margaret Davis Mrs. Margaret Ann Cobb Davis, 74 of Lumberton, died Friday, March 12, 2OlO in Lumber, on. Mrs. DaGs was a former employee of the Movie Star, Inc., a member of the Order of Eastern Star and a memaker. She was a member of Hickory Creek Baptist Church of Lumberton. Her husband, Jesse Keith Davis; and one grffiffgbri, ...... Ryan Davis, preceded her in death.: Survivors include five sons, Albert (Marie) Davis of Ocean Springs, Paul (Judy') Davis of Wiggins, Robert (Renee) Davis of Lumber,on, Dennis (Sharon) Davis of Lumberton and Timothy (Tanya) Davis of Lumberton; one daughter, Donna (Buddy) Davis Bell of Wiggins; three sisters, Jenell Bond of Lumberton, Jewel "Shortie" Moore of Wiggins, and Marie Ladner of Miami, Ariz.; one broth- er, ,Joe Cobb of Gulfport; 13 grandchildren, Alissa Davis Stricklin, Christopher Davis, Jason Davis, Russell Davis, Reda Davis, Robert Freeman ,Jr., Eric Freeman, Nicholas Freeman, Kayla Davis, Ie Davis, Miranda Davis, Harlan Davis and Mason Davis; and seven great grandchildren, Virginia Stricklin, Conner Davis, William Davis, Matthew Davis, Tyler Crowe, Monique Freeman and Elizabeth Freeman. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 16 from Hickory Creek Baptist Church. Interment fol- lowed ,in Louis-Davis Cemete3 in Lumber,on. Friends and family may view and sign the online guestbook at www.moore- funeralservices.conl. Moore Funeral Home of Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Norma Lewis Mrs. Norma Jean Orr Lewis, 81 died Thursday, March 4; g9!9; at St9ne County Hospital in Wiggins surrounded by her loving family. Norma was born September 8, 1928 in Topeka, Kansas and lov- ingly adopted by Earl and Wilma Orr of Fort Scott, Kansas where she spent her childhood years. She married Richard Lewis, newly returned form WWII, and they eventually moved to ,Jackson, Miss. They were loyal members of Alta Woods Methodist Church where she taught Sunday school and music. She served as both a Boy Scout den mother and a Gul Scout leader for her children's troops. She began her work as a Kindergarten teacher at Alta Woods Presbyterian Church, Day Care teacher at Alta Woods Baptist Church and eventually headed up both the pre- school program and day care at Southwest Academy. Mrs. Lewis has'taught countless children the joy of reading books and a love of music. She was so loved by her pupils that many of them later sent their own children to be taught by her as well. She had a unique gift of making each child feel special as they climbed into her lap for special conversation and a hug as they went on to face the day. Her house was constantly full of children and laughter as both her dren's friends dropped in to chat over an after school snack or a delicious meal. Norma and Richard then moved to Ramsey Springs, Miss. where she embraced the children of Stone County as a storyteller at the Stone County public library. They joined the First United Methodist Church in Wiggins in 1995 and Norma became a loyal worker in the Women's Circle, church librarian, the prayer circle, and Prime Timers. She and Richard envisioned a group that would fight hunger, leading to her being instru- mental in the development of the Stone County "Our Daily Bread Food Pantry." She worked diligently to assist in organizing and perpetuating its work even while in the hospital. Her earing devotion to each job and each person is an inspiration to us all and she will forever be remem- bered for her generous spirit. Norman is survived by her son and daughter-in- law, Jon Richard Lewis (Katheryn) of Perkinston; 2OlO at his residence. Mr. Parker was a mill- wright worker and a mem- ber of Carpenters Local 569 in Pascagoula. He was member of Pine Wood Baptist Church. His parents, Sarden M.  Parker Sr. and Margaret Mizell; and numerous brothers and sisters pre- ceded him in death. Survivors include his wife, Betty Jo Parker of Benndale; two sons, Tony .Mitchell (Dora) Parker of Stone County and Troy MeQuency (Sonya) Parker of Benndale; seven grand- children, Jessica Hickman, Margaret Howell, Brad Anms, Gregory Parker, Marina Amos, Logan Parker and Garret FaMey; and one great granddaugh- ter, Kaylee Hickman. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 13 fl'om Pine Wood Baptist Church. Interment fol- lowed in Pine Wood Church Cemeteor. Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Fern Ford Mrs. Fern Holliman and a daughter and son-in- w Ladner Ford, age 82 and a la , Roman Broadus (Bfi'a.,.. of Clinton. She iS,sd : : , didi vived by two grandsons, Jon Richard Lewis II and Levi Williams (Lori). She is preceded in death by her husband, Richard V. Lewis; granddaughter, Kristin Snfith; parents, Earl and Wilma Clayton Orr; and brother, Roger Orr. The family requests that memorials be made to the "Our Daily Bread Food Panty," PO Box 875, Wiggins, MS 39577 to honor her work. A tribute to Norman Lewis: Where there is hunger, let me bring food; Where there is need, let me bring knowledge; Where there is joy or sadness, let me bring music; Where there is a child, let me open my heart; Where there is family, let me open my arms. Sarden Parker Jr. Mr. arden Mitchell Parker ,lr., 74 of Lucedale died Tuesday, March 9, on Saturday Ma.ch 13 , 2OlO, in Wiggins, : Mrs. Ford was a native and lifelong resident of the MS Gulf Coast. She was a member of Crossroads Memlonite Church, and attended Temple Baptist Church in Gulfport. Mrs. Ford was owner/operator of several businesses in Gulfport over the years, including the Three Rivers Quick Stop in Gulfport. She was currently employed as a real estate agent with Bonnie Broadus in Saucier. The family wishes to express a special thank you to the doctors, nurses, and staff of the Hattiesburg Hematology and Oncology Clinic, Wesley Home Health, and Forest General Hospice. Mrs. Ford is preceded in death by her parents, Loren & Bessie Davis Holliman; her first hus- band of 37 years, Pascal "Pat" Lidii , and her granddaughter, Angel Renee Ladner. She is survived by her daughters, Gina (Donald) Ladner of Pass Christian and Tra Ladner (Michael) Hurt of Gulfport; her brother, Charles Edward (Rebecca) Holliman of Hattiesburg; her grandchildren, John A. (Brynia) Ladner of Necaise, Penni A. Ladner of Pass Christian, Ashly Hurt and Bryan Hurt both of Gulfport; her great grandchild, Brawn Waltman of Necaise; her nephew, Clay Holliman of Hattiesburg; her niece, Denise Crosby of Welling, OK and her feline compan- ion, Coco. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, at 11:oo a.m. at the Riemann Family Funeral Home, 11280 Three Rivers Road in Gulfport, where friends may visit one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow at Carnes CemeterY in Carnes, MS. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Pink Heart Funds / Ponytail Kids Club, P.O. Box lo47, Long Beach, MS 3956o. A guestbook may be viewed and signed at www.riemannfamily.com. Carol Sue Husley, age 63, of Woolmarket, died March 14, 2OlO in Woolmarket. Visitation will be held on Wed., March 17, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Riemann Family Funeral Home, 11280 Three Rivers Rd, Gulfport. Funeral service will be held on Thurs., March 18, at lO:OO a.m. at the funeral home chapel. Burial will follow at Coalville Cemetery, Woolmarket. Would You Like To TOUR Our Great Country With A FRIENDLY CHRISTIAN GROUP? loin One Of These Six SPRING TRIPS That Already Have A Great Group Going Georgia Savannah, Macon ('.herry Blossom Festival, ]ekyll and St. Simon Islands and Much More. March 22-29. Angola Prison Rodeo and Crafts Fair April 16-18. Grand Canyon Hummingbird Migration, Zion, Bryce, Painted Desert and more. May 10-21. Spring In The Smokies: 6 Shows, Biltmorc House, hm at Christmas Place. April 5-9. Departs from Starkville. Washington, DC and Williamsburg April 22-30 Circle Michigan 2 Nights on Mackinac Island and tots more. lune 1-10. PURPOSE DRIVEN TOURS "Worry Free Travel With Christian Friends" Call 601-371-8733 for details & complete 010 Itinerary A MS owned tout xmn, rtow aacting travelers from t2 stales Come along and find ouf, wy we doubled in 2009 and are now four times ahead of last year ALL costs are included in our trip fees. Last half of 200 we w=ll inctue trmp to Alaska, PaoK: Notthw--esl, New England, Vrgm=a, Opryland Christmas and Florla Chnslma$ Carol Looking Back Presented by Bank of W'qggins . Serving You Since 1916 I o: :', ,..iO Years Ago From,eWednesda.v, March 15, 2o0o issuof tile Stone County Enterprise. According to Wiggins Police Chief, Steve Compston, an indMdual claiming to be with the school system, was solicit- ing funds from residents and businesses for sports cups to be handed out at ath- letie functions. Pie: Roger E. Moore, became the newest member of the Wiggins Police Department. *Pie: Brooke and Jenna Battaglia, stu- dents of Center Stage Dance in Wiggins, won a first place trophy for their tap dancing in competition held at the Ramada Inn in Jaekson. - Obituaries included: Charles Loper, 56 of Wiggins and Duward Taylor, 76 of petal. '5 Years Age From the Thursday, March 28, 1985 issue of the Stone County Enterprise: Pic:Mike Nixon, caught an n-pound 25 inch bass why fishing at an undis- closed place with a Culpritt worm. Pic: A gas leak at the corner of Bailey's Clothing Store on First St. in Wiggins, pushed debris several feet into the air, as Entex's employee's worked to plug it. Fumes were detected two blocks Compiled by Charlotte Wippler (All information for Looking Back is taken as it originally appears.) iiiii i J l iLl II , LOllllllllllllllll iiii ii . II i i away. There were no injuries,." . Military Mention: Marine Pfe. Vincent L. Gurbaeld, son of JoAnne Diedrlch, of Wiggins, was promoted to his present rank while serving with the 2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejeune, NC. Obituaries included: Ida Mac Staple, on, 61 of Long Beach, Van Meadows, 73 of Wiggins, Clara Crosby, 66 of Biloxi, Dennis W. Atchison, 31, Annie Spiers, 96 of Perkins,on, and Donna Butto, 56 of Wiggins. 5oYears Ago From the Thursday, March 17, 196o issue of the Stone County Enterprise: A new Eastern Star Chapter was insti- tuted at the Masonic all in Perkinston, by Mr. Jere W. Hess, Worthy Grand Patron. Dr. C.A. Engle, formerly of Fort Wayne, Indiana opened a Chiropractic office in Wiggins in the building next to the O'Neal Gift Shop. Playing at the Staub Theater: Four Fast Guns, Timbuktu, with Victor Mature, and The Flying Fontaines, plus a cartoon. Playing at the Glo Drive-ha: Yellowstone Kelly, with Clint Walker, and John Russell, plus a cartoon. iiii iii iii iiiiiii ii i i (&en ff( tie ebruary i mk oi:Wigins in'rt) The Slothful Servant Even when the Great "reacher was on earth and spoke in parables, there were those who hid their savings in bed mattresses or buried their treas- ure in secret places. In the parable of the talents, reproduced on the back page of this message, the slothful servant was censured by his master for hiding his money away and not putting it in the bank, In ever3, financial pinch those least embar- rassed by it are those who saved against it-they fortified themselves against the uncertainties of the future-they sacrificed something for tomor- row's comforts, happiness and security. They who bank their money and build their cash reserves are also prepared to grasp their golden opportunities, for it is as true as as it was in time of the Great Teacher, "unto every one who hath shall be given in abundance." I I I I Bank of Wiggins I| I III 1111 I I I I III I II II I I III