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E-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 CHEER EVENTS p.m. for children ages : 9 : the public. For more informa- through 12. A second clinic for tion on this recital or coming a 'lldult beginners will follow at events, call the department of- 4:30 p.m. fice at 232-7268. On Tuesday, March 27 at 4 p.m. there will be a clinic for Benefit Run b  | children ages 13-16. The Kappa Delta 10 K Turtle L Both clinics will be at the Trot and two mile Fun Run to - " l College St. Courts, free .of benefit its national philan- " ", charge. Tennis raCqUets: and trophy, Children's Hospital in tennis shoes are required. Richmond, Va., will be March Private lessons are 31. available. Call Bob Fox at Men and women wishing to 928-5089. participate should pre- -- register by mail or hand Piano Recital 24.delivery t the Kappa Delta n The University of Mississip- House, P. O. Box 8168, Univer- I pi Department of Music will sity, MS 38677, before March present Dr. Natalia Da Roza ? in a faculty piano recital at 8 Mail entrants should include ., .- p.m., March 22, in Meek Hall name, address, sex, age and auditorium on the Oxford t-shirt size. The entry fee is $5 L:mapus. for both races. The first 200 to Her program will include register will receive Turtle 'Sonata in A minor, K.310' by Trot t-shirts. Mozart, 'Scenes from Those waiting to register Childhood, Opus 15' by from 7:30-8:15 a.m. on race Schumann and 'Paganini day must pay a late fee of $6. Etudes'by Liszt. Both races will begin and The Da Roza recital is one in end at the Square downtown a continuing series of presen- tations offered by the music denartment at no charge to A MR. AND MRS. A. N. MITCHELL celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary Saturday. Dec. 17, 1983 at First Magnolia Federal, Wiggins. Hosting the event were their sons Blake Mit- chel of Decatur, Ala. and Bryant Mitchell of Boyton Beach, Fla. Assisting were members of the First Baptist Church. Y " 00pics with the two mile run starting 00enlor J,v at 8:30 a.m. and the 10 K at 9 - a.IIL ( )t tu aries "-REV' JFSSE BROADUS LAVELL ODOM The Rev. Jesse R. Broadus, Lavell R. Odom, 60, of Route 88, Route 3, Lumberton, died 1, Ocean Springs, died Thurs- Monday, March 12, 1984 in day, March 15, 1904 in Ocean Hattiesburg. Springs. Visitors called Wednesday Mr. Odom was life member evening at Moore Funeral of Joseph Lyons Disabled Home in Wiggins. The funeral American Veterans Post 38 in was Thursday at 10 a.m. at Biloxi. Red Creek Baptist Church, Survivors include his wife, followed by burial in the Mrs. Evelyn Johnson Odom; a church cemetery, daughter, Mrs. Connie Odom Rev. Broadus was born in Carter, both of Ocean Springs; Pearl River County and was a a son, Lester Ray Odom of member of Red Creek Baptist Biloxi; four sisters, Mrs. Oree Church. He was minister for L. Bowers of Ocean Springs, 51 years with the Missionary Mrs. Mary L. Brown of North Baptist Church, retiring in Biloxi, Mrs. Viola Lumpkin 1983. and Mrs. Willie Mad Seal, both :t Survivors include his wife, of Carnes; a brother Earl Mrs. Ruby Broadus of Odom of Brooklyn; and three Lumberton; two daughters, grandchildren. Mrs. Frankie Goudie of Hat- Visitation was held at tiesburg and Mrs. Delores Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Cain of the Panama Canal Home in Biloxi. Zone; three sons, Jerry Services were held at the Broadus of Monterey, Calif., funeral home chapel at 2 p.m. Donald Broadus of Saturday. PascagoulaandMikeBroadus Burial was in Serene of Gautier; 16 grandchildren; Gardens in North Biloxi. and 10 great-grandchildren. set for 00pril: 18 Mississippi's first Senior an additional green and cart Olympics is set' for Wednes- fee required for golf. day, Apr. 18, at the Turner Application s for entry will : HeaRh, Physical Education soon be available at senior and Recreation Complex at citizen centers and nutrition The University of Mississippi. sites in the various cities and "We're thrilled about the counties. Additional informa- prospects for this athletic tion may also he obtained event," said Maxine McGuire, from the Seuior Citizen Center president of he Lafayette in Oxford, 60",-236,1310, ext. County coordinating commit- 277. tee, which is planning the competition. II III The Senior Olympics is open to all Mississippians age 60 and over and will feature such competitive categories as ten- nis, basketball throw, darts, horseshoes, croquet, free- style swimming, softball, bicycling, golf, a 50-meter run, - a 200-meter walk relay and a one-mile fun run. Prizes will be awarded in each category, and olympics planners are soliciting senior competitors frem throughout the state for the event, whictl is sanctioned by the Governor's Office of Physical Fitness and Sport. Co-directing the games are Allen Jones, director of the Oxford Park Commission, and Mike Dupper, instructor of health and physical education at the university. Jones, who also coordinates the Special Olympics for Ox- ford, sees the April 18 event as 'a day of fun and competition, an opportunity to encourage year-round physical fitness and exercise by seniors.' Registration fee is $1, with Poetry contest worth $10,000 A $1,000 grand prize will he offered in an upcoming poetry contest sponsored by the World of Poetry newsletter, There are 100 prizes in all, totaling over $10,000. "We want to encourage new poets, especially those who have never entered a poetry contest before," says Contest Director Joseph Mellon. "We expect our efforts to produce exciting new discoveries!" For a free brochure of rules and prizes write, World of Poetry, 2431 Stockton Blvd., Dept. C., Sacramento, Calif. 95817. ROBERT GILNER Robert Edward Gilner, 37, formerly of Perkinston and a resident of Detroit, died March 2, 1984, in Detroit. The funeral was held at Sweet Beulah Baptist Church in Perkinston, followed by burial in the church cemetery. Mr. Gilner was the son of Mrs. Audrey Williams Gilner of Perkinston and the late Clarence Gilner Sr. He is also survived by his wife, Mrs. Mamie Gilner; a son, Robert Edward Gilner Jr., both of Champagne, Ill.; five sisters, Mrs. Gertie Wood- ward of McHenry, Mrs. Ruby Franklin of Los Angeles, Mrs. Frances Barnwell, Mrs. Ed- wina Huff, Mrs. Anita Gilner, all of Perkinston; six brothers, Melvin Gilner of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Bobby Gllner of Gulfport, Clarence Gilner Jr. of Houston, Texas, Kelby Gilner, Daniel Gilner and Michael Gilner, all of Perkinston; and his grand- mother, Mrs. Easter Gilner of San Francisco. DAVID WARDEN David Mark Warden, 14, of Route 1, McHenry, died Wednesday, March 14. 1984 in Wiggins. Visitors called Friday from 6 until 10 p.m. at Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins. The funeral was Saturday at 2 p.m. from the funeral home chapel followed by burial in McHenry Oaklawn Cemetery. David was a student.at Stone Junior High School and a member of the First Baptist Church of McHenry. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Warden of McHenry; four sisters, Mrs. Diane Steele of Feriday, La., Mrs. Evelyn Fortner of McHenry, Mrs. Ruth Jordan and Mrs. Patricia Meadows, both of Laurel; and three brothers, Kenneth Warden of Atmore, Ala., Billy Ray Warden and Leon Warden, both of McHenry. RCHFI ELD'S BU 00.00206 1st St. Winter & Holiday Ph. 928-4589 . DRESS SALE  . Sale Price ] 20.00-48.00- i' 40.00-79.00 - " $20.00 t 80.00"120.00 S30.O0 21.OO " $35.00 Museum of/rt offers cruise as benefit The Mississippi Museum of and then, after a transatlantic Art announced that Royal cruise, Barbados, Caribbean Cruise Lines has donated,, to Island; St. Thomas, Virgin the Museum a Mediterrane'aR,. Islands and finally, Miami, cruise for two from Athens to "-.where the odyssey ends. Miami aboard the Royal Odyssey. This is a Greek line with a Greek staff, noted for fine service. The cruise will take place November 26 -- December 20 and includes the following ex- otic, sun-kissed ports of call: Athens, Greece, where the odyssey begins amid age-old ruins and sparkling azure waters; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Granada (Malaga) Spain; Casablanca, Morocco; Fanchal, Madeira; Tenerife, Canary Islands; Dakar, Senegal, West Africa; Sao Vicente, Cape Verde Islands; Including round-trip air fare from Jackson, the all-expense paid trip for two is valued at $10,850 and includes an outside stateroom Travel ar- rangements will he handled through Brickell Travel. The Museum is offering this trip to its members and to the public for the price of a $10 ticket, which is tax-deductible to the extent of the law. The drawing will he held daring the last fifteen minutes of the Thombai television auction April 8. Ticket holders should stay tuned! Tickets are on sale from Museum members and at the following places of business: The Bookworm, Brickell Travel. Everyday Gourmet, Museum Sales Gallery., and the Shop of John Sinunons, all iu Jackson. Tickets are perforated so that the ticket holder his number and return Museum the portion name, address and number. For more informatia tact Mrs. Monroe 362-5614. Wigley, S 'ar[ orough to exchan vows Mrs. Bobble Jean Wigley of Petal and Mr. Delmar LaRoy Wigley of Gulfport announce the engagement and ap- preaching marriage of their daughter, Anita Beth Wigley, to Donald Lee Scarborough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Scarborough of Perkinston. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of Mrs. O.G. Wigley of Runnelstown and the late Mr. Wigley and Mr. and Mrs. Toye Breland of Hattiesburg. Miss Wigley is a 1982 graduate of Harrison Central High School and she attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College at Jeff Davis campus. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lara Lee of Lumberton and Mrs. Edward D. Scar- borough of Biloxi and the late Mr. Scarborough, St. He is a 1980 graduate of Stone High School and attend- ed two years at Mississipi Gulf Coast Jr. College, Perkinston. He is employed with Mississippi Power Company in Gulfport. The couple will exchange wedding vows Friday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Perkinston Baptist Church. ANITA BETH WIGLEY AND DONALD LEE : i i llll m l JOHN G. GUTHRIE AND SONS, INC. Consulting Foresters Real Estate and Appraisals Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 928-4662 or 928-4958 III I I M ItIUT5 IY CORNELIUS R. STAM PRES. "-"""-** 0-2 CHICAGO, ILUNO$  FELLOWSHIP WITH l Man, by nature, is afraid of God. When Adam first sinned, he should have gone immediately to God to beg for mercy and forgiveness. Instead he did just what millions are doing today: He ran and hid from God so that God had to come and look for him, as it were, calling: "Adam... where art thou? (Gen. 3:9L Many people who con- sider themselves as good, morally, as those about them. or even better, never- theless feel utterly ill-at- ease in a place of worship, where believers pray and praise God together. This is because in their heart of hearts they know that they have "'sinned and come short of the glory of God" from. 3:23L Such, however, may come to know, love, and en- joy God through faith in Christ. He was Himself God manifested in the flesh, come to earth in love to pay for our sins on Calvary's cross, so that we might have "redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace" (Eph. 1:7). Concerning those who respond in grateful faith and trust in the crucified, risen, glorified Lord for sal- vation, the Apostle Paul says: "Therefor.,. being justi- fied by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom also we have access by faith into th is grace u,herein u,e stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God" (Rom. 5:2). Peace with God. and the fellowship which naturally results from this is the most precious treasure the hu- man heart can contain. Yet our fellowship with Him here on earth is but the be- ginning. Read carefully Ephesians 5:25-27 and see how He took upon Him hu- man form, and died, that He might have us for Him- self forever: "... Christ... loved the Church, and gave Himself for it...that He might pre- sent it to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish." This message brought to you from the following local . businesses. Perkmston Sand And Grave! Bank of Wiggins Stone County Enterprise Hall's Food.Mart A.L.S.mlth Gulf Oil Distributor Timco Inc.. \\; Poole Truck Lines Wilson's Pharmacy Moore Funeral Home mmmm DISCOUNTon Room Air Conditioners CUSTOM CLASSIC Hi-efficiency -7.9 EER ll 8,5oo BTU 230/208 I [il i! _ volts 3 speeds E nergy- ........... Saver Vent control Wood  i grain Ik Pre-Season 80-1069 s619 .... =  = YOU SAVES100 YOU CARRY-YOU SAVE HIGH E.E.R. [Energy Efficiency Ratio] UNITS The. EER indicates theamount i A liances shown areon pfe c : 'a't f Tleac )yiredy' n :eT U:r [ d_isplP:y, at most Mississippi operation. The higher the EER, m locations aria Cnn the more efficient the unit. i p cnaseo at any mocatmo gUSTOMER SATISFACTION - SALES AND SERi/iCE Remember, at Mississippi Power we have terms to fit the budget Hurry! Quantities are limited on some models. 625 Hwy 26 W 928-4694 & Mississippi Power Save '40 to '100 at purchase and continue saving with these energy efficient units. j PORTA-COOL 80-I067 - Hi-efficiency - 7,5 EER 5000 BTU 6 amps, 115 volts 2speeds Energy-Saver Vent control Carrying handles Quick-Mount panels Pre-Season s279 YOU SAVE $,40 SILENTAIRE Hi-efficiency- 7.5 EER 7600 BTU 9.1 amps, 115 volts 3 fan/3 cooling speeds Energy-Saver switch Pre-Season s379 I I O  YOU SAVE $50 ill E-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 CHEER EVENTS p.m. for children ages : 9 : the public. For more informa- through 12. A second clinic for tion on this recital or coming a 'lldult beginners will follow at events, call the department of- 4:30 p.m. fice at 232-7268. On Tuesday, March 27 at 4 p.m. there will be a clinic for Benefit Run b  | children ages 13-16. The Kappa Delta 10 K Turtle L Both clinics will be at the Trot and two mile Fun Run to - " l College St. Courts, free .of benefit its national philan- " ", charge. Tennis raCqUets: and trophy, Children's Hospital in tennis shoes are required. Richmond, Va., will be March Private lessons are 31. available. Call Bob Fox at Men and women wishing to 928-5089. participate should pre- -- register by mail or hand Piano Recital 24.delivery t the Kappa Delta n The University of Mississip- House, P. O. Box 8168, Univer- I pi Department of Music will sity, MS 38677, before March present Dr. Natalia Da Roza ? in a faculty piano recital at 8 Mail entrants should include ., .- p.m., March 22, in Meek Hall name, address, sex, age and auditorium on the Oxford t-shirt size. The entry fee is $5 L:mapus. for both races. The first 200 to Her program will include register will receive Turtle 'Sonata in A minor, K.310' by Trot t-shirts. Mozart, 'Scenes from Those waiting to register Childhood, Opus 15' by from 7:30-8:15 a.m. on race Schumann and 'Paganini day must pay a late fee of $6. Etudes'by Liszt. Both races will begin and The Da Roza recital is one in end at the Square downtown a continuing series of presen- tations offered by the music denartment at no charge to A MR. AND MRS. A. N. MITCHELL celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary Saturday. Dec. 17, 1983 at First Magnolia Federal, Wiggins. Hosting the event were their sons Blake Mit- chel of Decatur, Ala. and Bryant Mitchell of Boyton Beach, Fla. Assisting were members of the First Baptist Church. Y " 00pics with the two mile run starting 00enlor J,v at 8:30 a.m. and the 10 K at 9 - a.IIL ( )t tu aries "-REV' JFSSE BROADUS LAVELL ODOM The Rev. Jesse R. Broadus, Lavell R. Odom, 60, of Route 88, Route 3, Lumberton, died 1, Ocean Springs, died Thurs- Monday, March 12, 1984 in day, March 15, 1904 in Ocean Hattiesburg. Springs. Visitors called Wednesday Mr. Odom was life member evening at Moore Funeral of Joseph Lyons Disabled Home in Wiggins. The funeral American Veterans Post 38 in was Thursday at 10 a.m. at Biloxi. Red Creek Baptist Church, Survivors include his wife, followed by burial in the Mrs. Evelyn Johnson Odom; a church cemetery, daughter, Mrs. Connie Odom Rev. Broadus was born in Carter, both of Ocean Springs; Pearl River County and was a a son, Lester Ray Odom of member of Red Creek Baptist Biloxi; four sisters, Mrs. Oree Church. He was minister for L. Bowers of Ocean Springs, 51 years with the Missionary Mrs. Mary L. Brown of North Baptist Church, retiring in Biloxi, Mrs. Viola Lumpkin 1983. and Mrs. Willie Mad Seal, both :t Survivors include his wife, of Carnes; a brother Earl Mrs. Ruby Broadus of Odom of Brooklyn; and three Lumberton; two daughters, grandchildren. Mrs. Frankie Goudie of Hat- Visitation was held at tiesburg and Mrs. Delores Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Cain of the Panama Canal Home in Biloxi. Zone; three sons, Jerry Services were held at the Broadus of Monterey, Calif., funeral home chapel at 2 p.m. Donald Broadus of Saturday. PascagoulaandMikeBroadus Burial was in Serene of Gautier; 16 grandchildren; Gardens in North Biloxi. and 10 great-grandchildren. set for 00pril: 18 Mississippi's first Senior an additional green and cart Olympics is set' for Wednes- fee required for golf. day, Apr. 18, at the Turner Application s for entry will : HeaRh, Physical Education soon be available at senior and Recreation Complex at citizen centers and nutrition The University of Mississippi. sites in the various cities and "We're thrilled about the counties. Additional informa- prospects for this athletic tion may also he obtained event," said Maxine McGuire, from the Seuior Citizen Center president of he Lafayette in Oxford, 60",-236,1310, ext. County coordinating commit- 277. tee, which is planning the competition. II III The Senior Olympics is open to all Mississippians age 60 and over and will feature such competitive categories as ten- nis, basketball throw, darts, horseshoes, croquet, free- style swimming, softball, bicycling, golf, a 50-meter run, - a 200-meter walk relay and a one-mile fun run. Prizes will be awarded in each category, and olympics planners are soliciting senior competitors frem throughout the state for the event, whictl is sanctioned by the Governor's Office of Physical Fitness and Sport. Co-directing the games are Allen Jones, director of the Oxford Park Commission, and Mike Dupper, instructor of health and physical education at the university. Jones, who also coordinates the Special Olympics for Ox- ford, sees the April 18 event as 'a day of fun and competition, an opportunity to encourage year-round physical fitness and exercise by seniors.' Registration fee is $1, with Poetry contest worth $10,000 A $1,000 grand prize will he offered in an upcoming poetry contest sponsored by the World of Poetry newsletter, There are 100 prizes in all, totaling over $10,000. "We want to encourage new poets, especially those who have never entered a poetry contest before," says Contest Director Joseph Mellon. "We expect our efforts to produce exciting new discoveries!" For a free brochure of rules and prizes write, World of Poetry, 2431 Stockton Blvd., Dept. C., Sacramento, Calif. 95817. ROBERT GILNER Robert Edward Gilner, 37, formerly of Perkinston and a resident of Detroit, died March 2, 1984, in Detroit. The funeral was held at Sweet Beulah Baptist Church in Perkinston, followed by burial in the church cemetery. Mr. Gilner was the son of Mrs. Audrey Williams Gilner of Perkinston and the late Clarence Gilner Sr. He is also survived by his wife, Mrs. Mamie Gilner; a son, Robert Edward Gilner Jr., both of Champagne, Ill.; five sisters, Mrs. Gertie Wood- ward of McHenry, Mrs. Ruby Franklin of Los Angeles, Mrs. Frances Barnwell, Mrs. Ed- wina Huff, Mrs. Anita Gilner, all of Perkinston; six brothers, Melvin Gilner of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Bobby Gllner of Gulfport, Clarence Gilner Jr. of Houston, Texas, Kelby Gilner, Daniel Gilner and Michael Gilner, all of Perkinston; and his grand- mother, Mrs. Easter Gilner of San Francisco. DAVID WARDEN David Mark Warden, 14, of Route 1, McHenry, died Wednesday, March 14. 1984 in Wiggins. Visitors called Friday from 6 until 10 p.m. at Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins. The funeral was Saturday at 2 p.m. from the funeral home chapel followed by burial in McHenry Oaklawn Cemetery. David was a student.at Stone Junior High School and a member of the First Baptist Church of McHenry. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Warden of McHenry; four sisters, Mrs. Diane Steele of Feriday, La., Mrs. Evelyn Fortner of McHenry, Mrs. Ruth Jordan and Mrs. Patricia Meadows, both of Laurel; and three brothers, Kenneth Warden of Atmore, Ala., Billy Ray Warden and Leon Warden, both of McHenry. RCHFI ELD'S BU 00.00206 1st St. Winter & Holiday Ph. 928-4589 . DRESS SALE  . Sale Price ] 20.00-48.00- i' 40.00-79.00 - " $20.00 t 80.00"120.00 S30.O0 21.OO " $35.00 Museum of/rt offers cruise as benefit The Mississippi Museum of and then, after a transatlantic Art announced that Royal cruise, Barbados, Caribbean Cruise Lines has donated,, to Island; St. Thomas, Virgin the Museum a Mediterrane'aR,. Islands and finally, Miami, cruise for two from Athens to "-.where the odyssey ends. Miami aboard the Royal Odyssey. This is a Greek line with a Greek staff, noted for fine service. The cruise will take place November 26 -- December 20 and includes the following ex- otic, sun-kissed ports of call: Athens, Greece, where the odyssey begins amid age-old ruins and sparkling azure waters; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Granada (Malaga) Spain; Casablanca, Morocco; Fanchal, Madeira; Tenerife, Canary Islands; Dakar, Senegal, West Africa; Sao Vicente, Cape Verde Islands; Including round-trip air fare from Jackson, the all-expense paid trip for two is valued at $10,850 and includes an outside stateroom Travel ar- rangements will he handled through Brickell Travel. The Museum is offering this trip to its members and to the public for the price of a $10 ticket, which is tax-deductible to the extent of the law. The drawing will he held daring the last fifteen minutes of the Thombai television auction April 8. Ticket holders should stay tuned! Tickets are on sale from Museum members and at the following places of business: The Bookworm, Brickell Travel. Everyday Gourmet, Museum Sales Gallery., and the Shop of John Sinunons, all iu Jackson. Tickets are perforated so that the ticket holder his number and return Museum the portion name, address and number. For more informatia tact Mrs. Monroe 362-5614. Wigley, S 'ar[ orough to exchan vows Mrs. Bobble Jean Wigley of Petal and Mr. Delmar LaRoy Wigley of Gulfport announce the engagement and ap- preaching marriage of their daughter, Anita Beth Wigley, to Donald Lee Scarborough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Scarborough of Perkinston. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of Mrs. O.G. Wigley of Runnelstown and the late Mr. Wigley and Mr. and Mrs. Toye Breland of Hattiesburg. Miss Wigley is a 1982 graduate of Harrison Central High School and she attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College at Jeff Davis campus. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lara Lee of Lumberton and Mrs. Edward D. Scar- borough of Biloxi and the late Mr. Scarborough, St. He is a 1980 graduate of Stone High School and attend- ed two years at Mississipi Gulf Coast Jr. College, Perkinston. He is employed with Mississippi Power Company in Gulfport. The couple will exchange wedding vows Friday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Perkinston Baptist Church. ANITA BETH WIGLEY AND DONALD LEE : i i llll m l JOHN G. GUTHRIE AND SONS, INC. Consulting Foresters Real Estate and Appraisals Wiggins, Mississippi 39577 928-4662 or 928-4958 III I I M ItIUT5 IY CORNELIUS R. STAM PRES. "-"""-** 0-2 CHICAGO, ILUNO$  FELLOWSHIP WITH l Man, by nature, is afraid of God. When Adam first sinned, he should have gone immediately to God to beg for mercy and forgiveness. Instead he did just what millions are doing today: He ran and hid from God so that God had to come and look for him, as it were, calling: "Adam... where art thou? (Gen. 3:9L Many people who con- sider themselves as good, morally, as those about them. or even better, never- theless feel utterly ill-at- ease in a place of worship, where believers pray and praise God together. This is because in their heart of hearts they know that they have "'sinned and come short of the glory of God" from. 3:23L Such, however, may come to know, love, and en- joy God through faith in Christ. He was Himself God manifested in the flesh, come to earth in love to pay for our sins on Calvary's cross, so that we might have "redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace" (Eph. 1:7). Concerning those who respond in grateful faith and trust in the crucified, risen, glorified Lord for sal- vation, the Apostle Paul says: "Therefor.,. being justi- fied by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom also we have access by faith into th is grace u,herein u,e stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God" (Rom. 5:2). Peace with God. and the fellowship which naturally results from this is the most precious treasure the hu- man heart can contain. Yet our fellowship with Him here on earth is but the be- ginning. Read carefully Ephesians 5:25-27 and see how He took upon Him hu- man form, and died, that He might have us for Him- self forever: "... Christ... loved the Church, and gave Himself for it...that He might pre- sent it to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish." This message brought to you from the following local . businesses. Perkmston Sand And Grave! Bank of Wiggins Stone County Enterprise Hall's Food.Mart A.L.S.mlth Gulf Oil Distributor Timco Inc.. \\; Poole Truck Lines Wilson's Pharmacy Moore Funeral Home mmmm DISCOUNTon Room Air Conditioners CUSTOM CLASSIC Hi-efficiency -7.9 EER ll 8,5oo BTU 230/208 I [il i! _ volts 3 speeds E nergy- ........... Saver Vent control Wood  i grain Ik Pre-Season 80-1069 s619 .... =  = YOU SAVES100 YOU CARRY-YOU SAVE HIGH E.E.R. [Energy Efficiency Ratio] UNITS The. EER indicates theamount i A liances shown areon pfe c : 'a't f Tleac )yiredy' n :eT U:r [ d_isplP:y, at most Mississippi operation. The higher the EER, m locations aria Cnn the more efficient the unit. i p cnaseo at any mocatmo gUSTOMER SATISFACTION - SALES AND SERi/iCE Remember, at Mississippi Power we have terms to fit the budget Hurry! Quantities are limited on some models. 625 Hwy 26 W 928-4694 & Mississippi Power Save '40 to '100 at purchase and continue saving with these energy efficient units. j PORTA-COOL 80-I067 - Hi-efficiency - 7,5 EER 5000 BTU 6 amps, 115 volts 2speeds Energy-Saver Vent control Carrying handles Quick-Mount panels Pre-Season s279 YOU SAVE $,40 SILENTAIRE Hi-efficiency- 7.5 EER 7600 BTU 9.1 amps, 115 volts 3 fan/3 cooling speeds Energy-Saver switch Pre-Season s379 I I O  YOU SAVE $50 ill