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6-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 Stone schools recently held their Science Fair exhibitions. At Stone Elementary School the fourth annual science fair was Feb. 23 and 24 with fifth and sixth grade science classes participating. Ribbons provided by the PTA were a warded in each category. Winners in 'Behavioral and Social Science' are Karen Beckham, first place; Tiffany Pearson, second place; Kristi White, third place; and Jonathan Hardy, fourth place. 'Botany and Microbiology' winners: Jonathan Dyed, first place; Jacob Webb, second place; Kelli Tullos, third place; and D'Shea Crawley, fourth place. 'Chemistry and Biochemistry' winners: Monica Fulcber, first place; Jason Breazeale, second p!ace; Lauri Lott, third place; and Ryan Tire, fourth place. 'Math, Computers, Earth and Space' winners: Dax Alexander, first place; Chris- ty Cain. second place; Science fair winners named Stephanie Cameron," third (11-12) are: Alan Walden, first place; and Manly Overstreet, place; and Lisa BaJamonte, place; and Lisa McGehee, se- third place. fourth place, cond place. 'Earth and Space' (9-10) 'Physics and Engineering' 'Math and Computers' winners: Ellen O'Neal, first winners; Jeff Pearce, first (9-10) winners: Tom Cain, place; Charles Williams, se- place; Jonathan Bond, second first place ; BrianCain, second condplace; and John Fuichor, place; Josh White, third place; and Pare Loper, third third place. place; and Wendy Cameron, place. 'Earth and Space' (11-12) fourth place. 'Plsics' (9-10) winners: winners: Mike Cox, first 'Zoology, Medicine, and Gina Cowart, first place; place; and Anthony O'Neal, Health' winners: Angela James King, second place; second place. Turan, first place; Tracy and Lois Gill, third place. 'Medicine and Health' (9-10) Moore, second place; Tars 'Physics' (11-12) winners: winners: Debbie Mellinger, Hunt, third place; and Chrlsla Thomas Daymond, first first place; Lisa Johnson, se- Moore, fourth place, place; and Stevie Beckham, cond place; and Warren Dear- Students placing first, se- second place, man, third place. cond, third, or fourth in a 'Engineering' (9-10) win- 'Medicine and Health' category will travel to USM ners: Greg White, first place; (11-12) winners: Dottle for the regional science fair and Jim Rabby, second place. Parker, first place; Kim set for March 30. 'Engineering' (11-12) win- Weber, second place; and Eva Those who placed first, se- ners: David Holmes, first Breland, third place. cond or third will take their place; Bill Breland, second 'Botany' (9-10) winners: projects for competition .agairmt students of other schools in region eix. The 10lh annual Science Fair at Stone High was Feb. 17 with more than 200 projects II presented by students in grades nine through 12. m Winners in 'Chemistry' The term "debris burn" to some means a simple trash or garbage fire, a rather in- significant task routinely car- ried out. A debris burn that gets away, however, can mean devastation, and believe us when we tell you: a debris burn can get away in less time than it takes you to go in the house for a drink of water. We've seen the results of too many "little" fires that became forest fires when they were left unattended even for a few minutes. High winds, dry fuel or sim- ple neglect - no matter what the reason the fire got away, the results are the same. A fire that gets away is capable of consuming anything in its path: vehicles, houses, outbuildings, livestock and yes, occasionally even people. Never take this type of fire lightly, because it has a very fence can include a fine, a jail term, or both. Offenders are also liable for fiimnclal restitution to the owner whose property is damaged. Fires caused by neglected debris burns are pretty com- mon in Stone County and are responsible for the destruction of a good many acres of woodlands and other property each year. A few common-sense rules can sharply curtail the number and severity of these fires: I. Never burn on a windy day when conditions are ex- ceesively dry. 2. When burning your routine trimh, use a metal con- tainer placed a safe distance from the house. Remove all burnable materials within 15 feet of the container. If you burn leaves or other relatively small amounts of debris without a container, malure your burn area ts no mge than three feet In diameter, and maintain the 15-foot clearance mentioned above. 3. When burning large amounts of debris, such as burning off a field, a brush pile or window, contact the Forestry Commission before you burn. This way, we will know your fire location and, should it burn out of control, can reach you faster to suppress the fire. 4. Always keep an eye on your fire until it is completely out, or until, in the case of large brush piles or windows, you are reasonably certain that any threat of it escaping is past. Following these few rules will greatly reduce the chance that you will become a victim of an uncontrolled fire. Remember, an escaped debris fire can become a "monster" and cause your a lot of regret. Don't let it hap- pen to you! real potential for diater Once you set a fire to burn trash, unwanted vegetation or for any other type of clean-up, you must watch it closely. Do not leave it unattended,. for it can be a threat not only to your own land, buildings, etc, but to your neighbor's pro- perry. A debris fire that spreads to the property of another becomes illegal, and the per- son who sets the fire faces criminal and/or civil liability. Penalties for such an of- ETV Brief SOYBEAN MARKET Reporters for' 'Farmweek," the Monday everdng television series about Mississippi agriculture, will examine pro- s pects for the 1984 soybean market for the March  edi- tion of the series at 7:30 p.m. on Mississippi ETC. Brent Tire, first place; and John Griffin, first place;- KyleAinsworth, secondplace.. DeAnn Lott, second place; 'Botany' (11-12) winners: " Lesa Hunt, third place. Stephen Rennet, first place; 'Scal' (9-10) winners: An- Emily Breland, second place; dy Gray, first place; Sam Mr- and Kevin Johnson, third Creedy, second place; and place. Linda Smith, third place. 'Microbiology' (9-10) win- 'Social' (11-12) winners: nets: Dorinda Loper, first Donnie Lott, first place; place; Vontrell Breland, se- Laura G. Alexander, second cond place; and W. G. place; and Sharon Mellinger, Hickman, third place, third place. 'Microbiology; (11-12) win- 'Environmental' (9.10) win- ners: Patti Lott, first place; hers: David Gnmm, first and Chad Wiggins, second place; Tonya Whittington, se- place, cond place; and Shauna 'Zoology' (9-10) winners: Pearce, third place. Michael Creel, first place; 'Environmental' (11-12) Karlon Prehoda, second winners:PaulReinhardt,first place; and Stacy Johnson, place; Pam Weber, second third place, place; and Tonya Anderson, 'Zoology' (11-12) winners: third place. i STONE HIGH SCHOOL recently held its annual science fair. either first, second or third. Pictured are 9th and 10th grade science students who placed VENTH AND 12"rH GRADE WINNERS" of the recent science fair held at Stone High School. Evans' Jewelry & G vidal Fail, 1945 E. Pinel Beth Wigley 28-7561 J Don Scarborough April 13, 1984 BOB FOX TENNIS INSTRUCTOR 928-5089 .. Scepter Racquets Rossignol "--- Re.Strung Racquets Re-Gri ESTABLISHED SINCE 1981 Chelsea Chimney Sweeps of Moss Point Our IntenL,on Is Fire Prevention Call 928-7045 Bob's Heating and Air Conditioning "Your Carrier Dealer in Wiggins" We Specialize in Sheetmetai Work. 126 N. Parker 9284481 STEEL ROOFING AND SIDING American Made 00,om $12.95 P.,Sq. Goldin Industries, Inc. Gulfport, Miss (601) S%-6216 Going Out of Business Everything In Stock ˝ OFF "The Almost New Shop" Sale Starts March 26-April 14 9:00 A.M.- 4:30 P.M. New & Used Clothes & More Directions: Turn off Hwy 49 at Saucier School. Phone 832-7399 . ,.. • .,,,,.,,. I.E Pl00n00p VflTl: T( I "I take the same care ruth I'E .= ..P,,.i,, ] ammals that Block takes • / CARS I " /41 V IJr1[ r Dliell IJ I  ..... "IK.  Wl[ll taxes. DOGS r r J-KBoa d of Aide man March [ ,'m o00oodha00d,,00oo00,o0000 HOUSES • ]  .  |  pre°:my::xreturn Mv peparer  ; / WSCHER I ,K k" I)eeply concerned about the water & sewer costs, k I , goestoscho[everveartogetspe˘ial  Hybrid Bluegill,  , :'/ "" " I   Concerned about the ind=try in Stone CouMy. , | | ,rainin,. And she does t-.h.undred.s  Ch.afish/,__Faead t '"]'%" " -'**" " REES . " , ..... o , rimes..rammg ana T ..... I+ ....... +,++++ • ' i Minnows, G rass Carp, Bla+ck  Delivery will be Monday, March 2 " lira I I  ::.: .... +: :++...+.' expenence- that s JOBS l' *. . + I :+  what makes you good Wi g to a d S(mlor C hzens. ::: + ..... :, ...... ˘. e. The Hy'd Bluegill  at the times listed for the n0€€€1€ |  l Supportive of a dog teashbw. " J' | i atyourjob, l'llcare lasli.o,n.O | L.   • !i!+ for the animals and let  will e weight of 2 ˝ { followine towns and locations.. DCCDI/L'_['DIII"/IlO˘ |  "k" Concerned about the beatification & growth of "1( II iii Block take care of my [ to 3 Ibs. We furnish your  Il[,,|l,MILl.lldelPlt | ,,t'! "" " L., |1 taxes "  Hau, p,n=ghC..ta!n,e._ " ..... ,_.., I 21i,, P;+0;7 ;; 8.9 A.,. AUCTIONS ' + ,k = Z meu m.r. [ . If,,te .m f.m, my otio.,to the u,t . I Peop!e,who .ow He,,R BLOCK: L.mborto.. L.mo. F..,, S.m) Popla.,me-P rove, Fi.m +* |l K' IxteM.  : I tlmr vusmess go to lO-ll A.M. 601-796-8899 Ceop 12-1.M. 601-795-4514 L . Your vote & support will beipeatly appreciated.  I APNTmeNtS AVAILAILI 147 EAST PINE STREET MORE '" Piid for lind submiltN by Bond  | OPEN 9-bill MIKOAY$o -S SAT. 928-4463,, Picayune- Pearl River Farmers Wiggins. Wiggins Coop 4:30- 5:30 P.M. [ "'J'J""'AF.'alF@,qF.AkAk-I . Coop 2-3 P.M.. 601-798-5618 Coll collect 405-777-2202. '! |r"  = '--' LOOK ; ; Bond Tire Service ,,,,: .+ ,,.+,o, " IN I + Guy A. Bond-owner Fishery consultant and pond rotenoning available. Special Deliveries on large ponds and lake orders. TH| I : + . FISH ,DUN NS FARM CLASSIFIED | :i For Your Tire Needs New or Recapped SECTION ! Wheel Alignment Balancing-Brake Service P.O. BOX 85 , l 928-4200 + Hwy. 2S Wiggins, Ms. FITTSTOWN, OK. 74842 6-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE, MARCH 22, 1984 Stone schools recently held their Science Fair exhibitions. At Stone Elementary School the fourth annual science fair was Feb. 23 and 24 with fifth and sixth grade science classes participating. Ribbons provided by the PTA were a warded in each category. Winners in 'Behavioral and Social Science' are Karen Beckham, first place; Tiffany Pearson, second place; Kristi White, third place; and Jonathan Hardy, fourth place. 'Botany and Microbiology' winners: Jonathan Dyed, first place; Jacob Webb, second place; Kelli Tullos, third place; and D'Shea Crawley, fourth place. 'Chemistry and Biochemistry' winners: Monica Fulcber, first place; Jason Breazeale, second p!ace; Lauri Lott, third place; and Ryan Tire, fourth place. 'Math, Computers, Earth and Space' winners: Dax Alexander, first place; Chris- ty Cain. second place; Science fair winners named Stephanie Cameron," third (11-12) are: Alan Walden, first place; and Manly Overstreet, place; and Lisa BaJamonte, place; and Lisa McGehee, se- third place. fourth place, cond place. 'Earth and Space' (9-10) 'Physics and Engineering' 'Math and Computers' winners: Ellen O'Neal, first winners; Jeff Pearce, first (9-10) winners: Tom Cain, place; Charles Williams, se- place; Jonathan Bond, second first place ; BrianCain, second condplace; and John Fuichor, place; Josh White, third place; and Pare Loper, third third place. place; and Wendy Cameron, place. 'Earth and Space' (11-12) fourth place. 'Plsics' (9-10) winners: winners: Mike Cox, first 'Zoology, Medicine, and Gina Cowart, first place; place; and Anthony O'Neal, Health' winners: Angela James King, second place; second place. Turan, first place; Tracy and Lois Gill, third place. 'Medicine and Health' (9-10) Moore, second place; Tars 'Physics' (11-12) winners: winners: Debbie Mellinger, Hunt, third place; and Chrlsla Thomas Daymond, first first place; Lisa Johnson, se- Moore, fourth place, place; and Stevie Beckham, cond place; and Warren Dear- Students placing first, se- second place, man, third place. cond, third, or fourth in a 'Engineering' (9-10) win- 'Medicine and Health' category will travel to USM ners: Greg White, first place; (11-12) winners: Dottle for the regional science fair and Jim Rabby, second place. Parker, first place; Kim set for March 30. 'Engineering' (11-12) win- Weber, second place; and Eva Those who placed first, se- ners: David Holmes, first Breland, third place. cond or third will take their place; Bill Breland, second 'Botany' (9-10) winners: projects for competition .agairmt students of other schools in region eix. The 10lh annual Science Fair at Stone High was Feb. 17 with more than 200 projects II presented by students in grades nine through 12. m Winners in 'Chemistry' The term "debris burn" to some means a simple trash or garbage fire, a rather in- significant task routinely car- ried out. A debris burn that gets away, however, can mean devastation, and believe us when we tell you: a debris burn can get away in less time than it takes you to go in the house for a drink of water. We've seen the results of too many "little" fires that became forest fires when they were left unattended even for a few minutes. High winds, dry fuel or sim- ple neglect - no matter what the reason the fire got away, the results are the same. A fire that gets away is capable of consuming anything in its path: vehicles, houses, outbuildings, livestock and yes, occasionally even people. Never take this type of fire lightly, because it has a very fence can include a fine, a jail term, or both. Offenders are also liable for fiimnclal restitution to the owner whose property is damaged. Fires caused by neglected debris burns are pretty com- mon in Stone County and are responsible for the destruction of a good many acres of woodlands and other property each year. A few common-sense rules can sharply curtail the number and severity of these fires: I. Never burn on a windy day when conditions are ex- ceesively dry. 2. When burning your routine trimh, use a metal con- tainer placed a safe distance from the house. Remove all burnable materials within 15 feet of the container. If you burn leaves or other relatively small amounts of debris without a container, malure your burn area ts no mge than three feet In diameter, and maintain the 15-foot clearance mentioned above. 3. When burning large amounts of debris, such as burning off a field, a brush pile or window, contact the Forestry Commission before you burn. This way, we will know your fire location and, should it burn out of control, can reach you faster to suppress the fire. 4. Always keep an eye on your fire until it is completely out, or until, in the case of large brush piles or windows, you are reasonably certain that any threat of it escaping is past. Following these few rules will greatly reduce the chance that you will become a victim of an uncontrolled fire. Remember, an escaped debris fire can become a "monster" and cause your a lot of regret. Don't let it hap- pen to you! real potential for diater Once you set a fire to burn trash, unwanted vegetation or for any other type of clean-up, you must watch it closely. Do not leave it unattended,. for it can be a threat not only to your own land, buildings, etc, but to your neighbor's pro- perry. A debris fire that spreads to the property of another becomes illegal, and the per- son who sets the fire faces criminal and/or civil liability. Penalties for such an of- ETV Brief SOYBEAN MARKET Reporters for' 'Farmweek," the Monday everdng television series about Mississippi agriculture, will examine pro- s pects for the 1984 soybean market for the March  edi- tion of the series at 7:30 p.m. on Mississippi ETC. Brent Tire, first place; and John Griffin, first place;- KyleAinsworth, secondplace.. DeAnn Lott, second place; 'Botany' (11-12) winners: " Lesa Hunt, third place. Stephen Rennet, first place; 'Scal' (9-10) winners: An- Emily Breland, second place; dy Gray, first place; Sam Mr- and Kevin Johnson, third Creedy, second place; and place. Linda Smith, third place. 'Microbiology' (9-10) win- 'Social' (11-12) winners: nets: Dorinda Loper, first Donnie Lott, first place; place; Vontrell Breland, se- Laura G. Alexander, second cond place; and W. G. place; and Sharon Mellinger, Hickman, third place, third place. 'Microbiology; (11-12) win- 'Environmental' (9.10) win- ners: Patti Lott, first place; hers: David Gnmm, first and Chad Wiggins, second place; Tonya Whittington, se- place, cond place; and Shauna 'Zoology' (9-10) winners: Pearce, third place. Michael Creel, first place; 'Environmental' (11-12) Karlon Prehoda, second winners:PaulReinhardt,first place; and Stacy Johnson, place; Pam Weber, second third place, place; and Tonya Anderson, 'Zoology' (11-12) winners: third place. i STONE HIGH SCHOOL recently held its annual science fair. either first, second or third. Pictured are 9th and 10th grade science students who placed VENTH AND 12"rH GRADE WINNERS" of the recent science fair held at Stone High School. Evans' Jewelry & G vidal Fail, 1945 E. Pinel Beth Wigley 28-7561 J Don Scarborough April 13, 1984 BOB FOX TENNIS INSTRUCTOR 928-5089 .. Scepter Racquets Rossignol "--- Re.Strung Racquets Re-Gri ESTABLISHED SINCE 1981 Chelsea Chimney Sweeps of Moss Point Our IntenL,on Is Fire Prevention Call 928-7045 Bob's Heating and Air Conditioning "Your Carrier Dealer in Wiggins" We Specialize in Sheetmetai Work. 126 N. Parker 9284481 STEEL ROOFING AND SIDING American Made 00,om $12.95 P.,Sq. Goldin Industries, Inc. Gulfport, Miss (601) S%-6216 Going Out of Business Everything In Stock ˝ OFF "The Almost New Shop" Sale Starts March 26-April 14 9:00 A.M.- 4:30 P.M. New & Used Clothes & More Directions: Turn off Hwy 49 at Saucier School. Phone 832-7399 . ,.. • .,,,,.,,. I.E Pl00n00p VflTl: T( I "I take the same care ruth I'E .= ..P,,.i,, ] ammals that Block takes • / CARS I " /41 V IJr1[ r Dliell IJ I  ..... "IK.  Wl[ll taxes. DOGS r r J-KBoa d of Aide man March [ ,'m o00oodha00d,,00oo00,o0000 HOUSES • ]  .  |  pre°:my::xreturn Mv peparer  ; / WSCHER I ,K k" I)eeply concerned about the water & sewer costs, k I , goestoscho[everveartogetspe˘ial  Hybrid Bluegill,  , :'/ "" " I   Concerned about the ind=try in Stone CouMy. , | | ,rainin,. And she does t-.h.undred.s  Ch.afish/,__Faead t '"]'%" " -'**" " REES . " , ..... o , rimes..rammg ana T ..... I+ ....... +,++++ • ' i Minnows, G rass Carp, Bla+ck  Delivery will be Monday, March 2 " lira I I  ::.: .... +: :++...+.' expenence- that s JOBS l' *. . + I :+  what makes you good Wi g to a d S(mlor C hzens. ::: + ..... :, ...... ˘. e. The Hy'd Bluegill  at the times listed for the n0€€€1€ |  l Supportive of a dog teashbw. " J' | i atyourjob, l'llcare lasli.o,n.O | L.   • !i!+ for the animals and let  will e weight of 2 ˝ { followine towns and locations.. DCCDI/L'_['DIII"/IlO˘ |  "k" Concerned about the beatification & growth of "1( II iii Block take care of my [ to 3 Ibs. We furnish your  Il[,,|l,MILl.lldelPlt | ,,t'! "" " L., |1 taxes "  Hau, p,n=ghC..ta!n,e._ " ..... ,_.., I 21i,, P;+0;7 ;; 8.9 A.,. AUCTIONS ' + ,k = Z meu m.r. [ . If,,te .m f.m, my otio.,to the u,t . I Peop!e,who .ow He,,R BLOCK: L.mborto.. L.mo. F..,, S.m) Popla.,me-P rove, Fi.m +* |l K' IxteM.  : I tlmr vusmess go to lO-ll A.M. 601-796-8899 Ceop 12-1.M. 601-795-4514 L . Your vote & support will beipeatly appreciated.  I APNTmeNtS AVAILAILI 147 EAST PINE STREET MORE '" Piid for lind submiltN by Bond  | OPEN 9-bill MIKOAY$o -S SAT. 928-4463,, Picayune- Pearl River Farmers Wiggins. Wiggins Coop 4:30- 5:30 P.M. [ "'J'J""'AF.'alF@,qF.AkAk-I . Coop 2-3 P.M.. 601-798-5618 Coll collect 405-777-2202. '! |r"  = '--' LOOK ; ; Bond Tire Service ,,,,: .+ ,,.+,o, " IN I + Guy A. Bond-owner Fishery consultant and pond rotenoning available. Special Deliveries on large ponds and lake orders. TH| I : + . FISH ,DUN NS FARM CLASSIFIED | :i For Your Tire Needs New or Recapped SECTION ! Wheel Alignment Balancing-Brake Service P.O. BOX 85 , l 928-4200 + Hwy. 2S Wiggins, Ms. FITTSTOWN, OK. 74842