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4-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 I I| -- li()MELITE : STIHL J.M. MeDANIEL Mcmn00l'8 " Route 1Bo22 McHenry, 1. 3956 ! ' "" Annual Rotary Club Dinner Theatre (sol)72. . IJ Gulfport Little Theatre Presents Complete line of Logging'Cable Chokers,.and Chain. Chngand.ydra.llco.s, Chain Sa.s and Log- N 12 ANGRY MEN  ... gtng Accessories. - " K::=:::: U "-'--'--"--''"'----'i[ T ! II | Written By: Reginald Rose ' , VO E HEN RY I Starring: Boyce .olleman ' TUESDAY, MARCH 27 | i RATH [ Tickets: $1O.OO (Includes Dinner & P' ' .: Dinner to begin at 6 P.M.- Perkinston Campus Cafeteria ,I t il t To theP"'b"'tT:3P"":3eNGreater Wiggins i ALDERMAN j .,,,_o... ; I A dtslrngmCitnGVeranenlt, iSman integral part: I Tickets Anilable at: Bank of Wiwnip. First National Bank, and Rotary Members II ou o a co mu fly, a alor prolects a l ::=,::::= tc;:==mK=:=:=a | decisions originate within the group. | I If I'm elected to serve in your City Government, I I Area." hTHt: unda March25 3 m eehurch The blleisin- i ,m work to the best of my ability to: i | Beautify Wigginsand makeitan attractive ,,, ,o, , SOUTH CENTRAL all citizens. [ Attract industry to help stimulate jobs for those out I EST CONTROL, INC. | of work " I Ucensed & Bonded I " I th khp  Upgrade streets, sanitation, and sewage depart- 11 Roaches,(|| 582-7263Silverfish, Rats, Mice & Fleas " I merits. II "A New Concept In Pest Control Service. you wor s o i ' i Improve our educational standards and facilities, i i | We spray your home every three months in. i Seek ways to work closer with our Senior Citizens. | stead of every month. Each time that we II | spray we leave you a container of our own II Work with the present budget, so taxes will not be I formulated Insecticide which you spray bet- I raised.  youWeen& methe money.regular service calls. This sav. I I II Continue to increase and upgrade our recreational I i programs II $31.50 Initial- Then $28.50 I " I i Be f i II cause o my education, business experience, and i includes Tax & Free i background, I think I am qualified to serve all i container of insecticide i_ citizens of Wiggins as your Alderman. | I ! I I have not been able to personally contact all voters ] we also have the best price & serv|e on ter- for $100,000.00 in writing. i in this short time, but I would appreciate your vote l mites in the state. All termite lobs Insured i and support. | . I z,, tax income -:,pecial L. Paid for anjmsu2m2ttmed b 2 H enmryRa, th_:__mA C(IH collect S82.7263 = "Your Tax Return: 1984," a c with the IP.S -will two-hour special on federal in-. be closed-captioned for the come taxes moderated by hearing-impaired. Mike Cormors, television's "Mannix." and former Miss Mississippi America Lee Meriwether, will be presented Sunday, March '' at nooo on *. d-s.on New Arrival Brownbuilder A panel of Internal Revenue Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Service representatives will nouneeWillisn of Perkinston an-the birth of their third : Richard Stewart: be featured on the program, child, a son, Steven Matthew providing advice on all Willison. ,' aspects of federal income tax Oneofthebest return preparation. During Steven was born February the program, viewers will be 24, 1984, at Forrest General able to call the IRS toll4ree Hospital in Hattiesburg .... :* tax information number weighing 7 pounds and 11 Richard Stet. from Laurel, is 1-800-49.4-1040 and receive ounces, helping build local economic growth and answers to their tax questions. He is welcomed home by progress as part of Bro & Root's worldwide brother Seth and sister Beth. The first hour of the pro-  engineering and construction team. gram will feature line-by-line Grandparents are Mr. and JIM MATHENY instructions on the completion ' Mrs. C.L. Willison of Wiggins Pochard, knovm to his friends as of Form 1040EZ, the special and Mr. and Mrs. R.W. "Speck". joined Brown & Root in 1968 as tax form for nomiteming Hiekman of Perkinston. an electrician and is now an electrical general First United Methodist single taxpayers, and Form foreman. He and his vdfe, Virginia, have lOt0A, frequently referred to "iTT 11 flee daughters and five grandchildren and J W as the "short form." The se- went) presents ohn esley cond hour of the broadeast will graduate of Glade nigh School. Richard served attend Antioch Methodist Church in Laurel. A focus on helIfful information to spea " ,o the Merchant Marines during V, brld War it. What does it mean to be a Wesley once declared. "Many for those taanning to me the I . On the weekends, he is an avid sports fan. Methodist Christian? How did have been at a loss to know "long form" 1040. Methodism begin? During the what a Methodist is!" Those Special emphasis witl be *tR ota ''-. Jft Another thing about Richard: he's Bicentennial year of words still carry some truth, placed on two significant at one of the best. He's helping Brown & Root do Methodism many people are But the founder of the move- changes to Form 1040A. This a better job, because he knows his job and looking at their heritage while ment, with the encouragement year, for the first time, tax- Guest speaker for the Wig- gets it done righL moving toward the future in of his friends that he "was payers will be abletodaimIn- gins Rotary Club Thursday, faith, able to give the clearest ac- dividual Retirement Accounts March 22, is Jay C. Webb, past Open shop, open opportunity Jim Matheny, pastor of count of these things," left and Child Care Credits on the president and member of the Brownbuilders like Richard share Kingston United Methodist fascinating record of shorter 1040A, enabling dub. with all of us a feeling of pride in indmdual Church in Laurel, will be at Methodism's beliefs and minions of taxpayers to switeh It. Col. Webb will speak on comribution tothetotalsuccessofeveDproiea First United Methodist beginnings, to that form from the more the ROTC program at Stone on which we w)rk Brovm & Root's open shop Church in Wiggins Sunday The public is invited to this complicated Form 1040. High School. polio' means open opportunity for people to do night, March 25 at 7 p.m, presentation. A nursery will The broadcast, produced for All Hotarians are urged to . "Since the name first came be provided for preschool PBS by WQED/Pittsburg in attend this program and bring their best.  offer training in valuable skills abroad into the world," John children. " interested guests, and reward good work with advancement that's based on the individual's ability and merit Alexander s Ltd That way  get the best pe0ple at every On March 22 Please Vote For iob tei "  DANA R. PARSONS The o0.,, .,., Through our local offices, we 768 135 E. Pine 9 Alderman offer employmenttoahighpercentageof Gifts & Decorative Accessories city of WIWns communi- residems. The dollars dlev earn cUte-long resident of Stone County circulate locally in sales, saan and taxes. benefiting business and govemmenL The Bridal Registry Selection .Young-Energetic-Aggressive-Independent- additional skills and experience they acquire Leadership are lasting community benefits Formal & Informal Crystal *Desires to SERVE ALL of the people Mikasa, Nikko Ceramics *Time available to do the job Formal & Informal Crystal *Concerned about water and sewer costs O.r standard of quality: Fostoria, Mikasa Royal *Concerned about lack of local employment Doing things right th first time. Crystal Rock *Concerned about lack of maintenance of City  Streets in certain parts of the City " )-- Formal & Informal oconcemed about lack of progress of our City 0000.00ROCd:,lrl00 And Silver Plate o ,, comoo Oneida, Gotham, International, Mikasa Your Consideration and Support . (  a,,on Coman Will Certainly Be Appreciated s,o. Progress ,n M*ss,ss,DO Paid PolRieal byDan R. P-a An Equal ODDOnunty Errtoloyer _ eanete for.Aldemm) . w _ " _ -- _ .... I / 4-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 I I| -- li()MELITE : STIHL J.M. MeDANIEL Mcmn00l'8 " Route 1Bo22 McHenry, 1. 3956 ! ' "" Annual Rotary Club Dinner Theatre (sol)72. . IJ Gulfport Little Theatre Presents Complete line of Logging'Cable Chokers,.and Chain. Chngand.ydra.llco.s, Chain Sa.s and Log- N 12 ANGRY MEN  ... gtng Accessories. - " K::=:::: U "-'--'--"--''"'----'i[ T ! II | Written By: Reginald Rose ' , VO E HEN RY I Starring: Boyce .olleman ' TUESDAY, MARCH 27 | i RATH [ Tickets: $1O.OO (Includes Dinner & P' ' .: Dinner to begin at 6 P.M.- Perkinston Campus Cafeteria ,I t il t To theP"'b"'tT:3P"":3eNGreater Wiggins i ALDERMAN j .,,,_o... ; I A dtslrngmCitnGVeranenlt, iSman integral part: I Tickets Anilable at: Bank of Wiwnip. First National Bank, and Rotary Members II ou o a co mu fly, a alor prolects a l ::=,::::= tc;:==mK=:=:=a | decisions originate within the group. | I If I'm elected to serve in your City Government, I I Area." hTHt: unda March25 3 m eehurch The blleisin- i ,m work to the best of my ability to: i | Beautify Wigginsand makeitan attractive ,,, ,o, , SOUTH CENTRAL all citizens. [ Attract industry to help stimulate jobs for those out I EST CONTROL, INC. | of work " I Ucensed & Bonded I " I th khp  Upgrade streets, sanitation, and sewage depart- 11 Roaches,(|| 582-7263Silverfish, Rats, Mice & Fleas " I merits. II "A New Concept In Pest Control Service. you wor s o i ' i Improve our educational standards and facilities, i i | We spray your home every three months in. i Seek ways to work closer with our Senior Citizens. | stead of every month. Each time that we II | spray we leave you a container of our own II Work with the present budget, so taxes will not be I formulated Insecticide which you spray bet- I raised.  youWeen& methe money.regular service calls. This sav. I I II Continue to increase and upgrade our recreational I i programs II $31.50 Initial- Then $28.50 I " I i Be f i II cause o my education, business experience, and i includes Tax & Free i background, I think I am qualified to serve all i container of insecticide i_ citizens of Wiggins as your Alderman. | I ! I I have not been able to personally contact all voters ] we also have the best price & serv|e on ter- for $100,000.00 in writing. i in this short time, but I would appreciate your vote l mites in the state. All termite lobs Insured i and support. | . I z,, tax income -:,pecial L. Paid for anjmsu2m2ttmed b 2 H enmryRa, th_:__mA C(IH collect S82.7263 = "Your Tax Return: 1984," a c with the IP.S -will two-hour special on federal in-. be closed-captioned for the come taxes moderated by hearing-impaired. Mike Cormors, television's "Mannix." and former Miss Mississippi America Lee Meriwether, will be presented Sunday, March '' at nooo on *. d-s.on New Arrival Brownbuilder A panel of Internal Revenue Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Service representatives will nouneeWillisn of Perkinston an-the birth of their third : Richard Stewart: be featured on the program, child, a son, Steven Matthew providing advice on all Willison. ,' aspects of federal income tax Oneofthebest return preparation. During Steven was born February the program, viewers will be 24, 1984, at Forrest General able to call the IRS toll4ree Hospital in Hattiesburg .... :* tax information number weighing 7 pounds and 11 Richard Stet. from Laurel, is 1-800-49.4-1040 and receive ounces, helping build local economic growth and answers to their tax questions. He is welcomed home by progress as part of Bro & Root's worldwide brother Seth and sister Beth. The first hour of the pro-  engineering and construction team. gram will feature line-by-line Grandparents are Mr. and JIM MATHENY instructions on the completion ' Mrs. C.L. Willison of Wiggins Pochard, knovm to his friends as of Form 1040EZ, the special and Mr. and Mrs. R.W. "Speck". joined Brown & Root in 1968 as tax form for nomiteming Hiekman of Perkinston. an electrician and is now an electrical general First United Methodist single taxpayers, and Form foreman. He and his vdfe, Virginia, have lOt0A, frequently referred to "iTT 11 flee daughters and five grandchildren and J W as the "short form." The se- went) presents ohn esley cond hour of the broadeast will graduate of Glade nigh School. Richard served attend Antioch Methodist Church in Laurel. A focus on helIfful information to spea " ,o the Merchant Marines during V, brld War it. What does it mean to be a Wesley once declared. "Many for those taanning to me the I . On the weekends, he is an avid sports fan. Methodist Christian? How did have been at a loss to know "long form" 1040. Methodism begin? During the what a Methodist is!" Those Special emphasis witl be *tR ota ''-. Jft Another thing about Richard: he's Bicentennial year of words still carry some truth, placed on two significant at one of the best. He's helping Brown & Root do Methodism many people are But the founder of the move- changes to Form 1040A. This a better job, because he knows his job and looking at their heritage while ment, with the encouragement year, for the first time, tax- Guest speaker for the Wig- gets it done righL moving toward the future in of his friends that he "was payers will be abletodaimIn- gins Rotary Club Thursday, faith, able to give the clearest ac- dividual Retirement Accounts March 22, is Jay C. Webb, past Open shop, open opportunity Jim Matheny, pastor of count of these things," left and Child Care Credits on the president and member of the Brownbuilders like Richard share Kingston United Methodist fascinating record of shorter 1040A, enabling dub. with all of us a feeling of pride in indmdual Church in Laurel, will be at Methodism's beliefs and minions of taxpayers to switeh It. Col. Webb will speak on comribution tothetotalsuccessofeveDproiea First United Methodist beginnings, to that form from the more the ROTC program at Stone on which we w)rk Brovm & Root's open shop Church in Wiggins Sunday The public is invited to this complicated Form 1040. High School. polio' means open opportunity for people to do night, March 25 at 7 p.m, presentation. A nursery will The broadcast, produced for All Hotarians are urged to . "Since the name first came be provided for preschool PBS by WQED/Pittsburg in attend this program and bring their best.  offer training in valuable skills abroad into the world," John children. " interested guests, and reward good work with advancement that's based on the individual's ability and merit Alexander s Ltd That way  get the best pe0ple at every On March 22 Please Vote For iob tei "  DANA R. PARSONS The o0.,, .,., Through our local offices, we 768 135 E. Pine 9 Alderman offer employmenttoahighpercentageof Gifts & Decorative Accessories city of WIWns communi- residems. The dollars dlev earn cUte-long resident of Stone County circulate locally in sales, saan and taxes. benefiting business and govemmenL The Bridal Registry Selection .Young-Energetic-Aggressive-Independent- additional skills and experience they acquire Leadership are lasting community benefits Formal & Informal Crystal *Desires to SERVE ALL of the people Mikasa, Nikko Ceramics *Time available to do the job Formal & Informal Crystal *Concerned about water and sewer costs O.r standard of quality: Fostoria, Mikasa Royal *Concerned about lack of local employment Doing things right th first time. Crystal Rock *Concerned about lack of maintenance of City  Streets in certain parts of the City " )-- Formal & Informal oconcemed about lack of progress of our City 0000.00ROCd:,lrl00 And Silver Plate o ,, comoo Oneida, Gotham, International, Mikasa Your Consideration and Support . (  a,,on Coman Will Certainly Be Appreciated s,o. Progress ,n M*ss,ss,DO Paid PolRieal byDan R. P-a An Equal ODDOnunty Errtoloyer _ eanete for.Aldemm) . w _ " _ -- _ .... I /