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April 28, 1960     Stone County Enterprise
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(Stone County) Miss., Thursday, April 28, 1960 Mrs. Roy O,'Neal. Mrs and Elvis Brehnd at- birthday dinner of th:r Bond at Janice last This was Mr. BOnd's 85ti: is Song 1cader for the Antioch Baptist Church Peach th week. last Tuesday in the home Mrs. H. M Lreland "**.ere Varnado and gr.ndca. of Gu!fport and Mr. D. G McQuage of Big C. Baxter and children Lupdie Carol visJled t :. Gardens Easter SU .day. i Mrs. Malcolm FlurrT and Lucedale Were Sunday the home of Mr. anti Mrs. C. l.o!er and so:, I amar Monday in the ho:ne Mrs. A!a.,]d Ray Rout. Mrs. Frank Ecn.l at- birthday dinner of Mr. Lee Morrison at *,,heir Sandav. Breland and daughter Mrs. Ruthie Breland Were Sunday guests in and Mrs. Itorace Hat- Mrs. Claudie Byrd of SUnday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. C. A. ENGLE 51ISS CELIA FAE FLURRY Miss Celia Fae Flurry Is To Become Bride Of Mr. James B. Martin Mr. and /rs Flurry, Route  A, Perkinston. Mississippi, announce the engagement of their only dau- ghter, Celia Fae, to James B. Mar- tin, 2rid Class, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Martin, Route A, Perkirmton, Mississippi. Miss Flurry is a graduate'of Home ConsOlidated School. Immediately after completion of her high school 8tudeis, e entered the employ of the Circuit Clerk of Stone County and at present is so employed. Celia Pae is also Clerk of the Stone County Selective Service Local Mr. Martin is a graduate of Home SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY & uildlng Materials B @ !11 O @ Guarantee Quality Merchandise At ROC BOTrOM PRICES Consolidated School. attended Per- kinston Junior College and is a ur.duate of Trea.sure Island. San Francisco Electronic School. He is now serving his tour of duty on the USS Corporal Submarine, with his home base being locatcxi in Char- leston. South Carolina An August wedding is tentatively plamed Big Level News BRELAND-HENNIS iiss Mattie Hennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hennis of Petal and John Breland. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Breland. Wiggins, were recently married at the home of he bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M Breland. The Rev. Er- nest Breland performed the double ring ceremony in the present of a few relatives and close friends. i Far her wedding she wore a blue suit with white accessories and carried a white Bible. Her attend- ants Was her sister, Miss Norah Hennis. Mr. Breland best man was Ned Taylor. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held in the home hon- oring the couple. The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth, centered witil the wedding cake. After the bride and groom cut the first piece of COOL, FILTERE[ . COMFORT , t DELUXE AIR CONDITIONER HAL FOWLKES PHONE WA 8-4475 WIGGINS, MISS. Whisper.Quiet Operation Automatic Tern perature Control 2-Speed Fan S'YearWritten Protection Plan STONE COUNTY ENTERpRI, Music Week To Be Observed May 2-5 At Junior College ! i , [meat, choir and band. The schedule is as follows: / j Monday, May 2, 8:00 p.m. Freshman music majors. [ Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m. ';tudio Recital; 8:00 P.m.--College The thirty-seventh annual obser- Choir. vance of National Music Week will Wednesday, May 4, 8:00 p.m. be held this year throughout the Graduating Sophomore Music Ma- nation from Sunday, May 1 through jors. Saturday, Ms3' 7. This year's theme Thursday, May 5, 8:00 p.m. !is: "Let's Make Music--For Har- College Band. Instructors in the Music Depart- cony In Life." The celebrations ;meat are Miss Kathryn M. Carey, are sponsored by the National Fed- piano, music appreciation and mus- eration of Music Clubs and hund- reds of cooperation organizations. I Perkinston Junr College is proud to present its seventh year of ex- cellent music programs presented by members of the music depart- cake it was serv:.d by Mi::s Lind: Hennis, si.stcr of the bride and ,M ]Roy W!llia,P.., sister of the b/rKtc - l-:room Mes. Layoff ]3relan:l a( /iss Helen Kendwell served th, punch. The living and dining rooms were beautifully decorated with dog- wood and spruce pine. I They left soon after th9 recep- tion on a honeymoon trip. IlOMECOMING AT BIG I,EVEL ('JICRCll SUNDAY, 5lAY 1 Big level Church will ob,qt';'e [their annual Homecoming Day on Sunday, May 1. The program begins [with the 11 o'clock services. [ A noon meal will be served on the church grounds followed by an afternoon program beginning at 1:30. All former pastors, members and friends are invited to attend. O'NEAL'S WELDING SHOP Across From Watts' Conoco Sta. K. M. O'NEAL, Owner Heavy Equipment Repair- ing, General Welding, Fab- rication Work of All T.vp"e. We give special attention lo all small motors. ic education; Mr. EUgene Clement, voice, choir and music theory; Mr. Sam Jone-s, instrumental irmtruc- ion and band and M.rs. Bennie Warren. piano instructor of non- music majors. All programs promise, as usual, to be very interesting, and the pub- lic is cordially invited. Admission is lre A'ITRND (lift ':1 ,'4D%IA TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE (;LADLY FURNLSI! 2t IIOUR SERVI('E Day Phone WA S--1221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 FULL TIME SERVICE ON SHEET METAL & ROOFING Sales & lnstallators Of Chain Link Fence A. D. HART Hart's Sheet Metal Works Phone WA 8-4483 Pl]me St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I L- ""s Testamentary having been gran ..... y te Chancery Court of .%one County, Mississippi to the undersigned upon he estate of Willis n F. Ccn!r,y, decc2,sed, noice .s tlercby given t all perzons havin=j claims against said estate to pre- ent the same to the Clerk of said Court for probate and registration tccordin.g to law within six (6 :onth fro'a this date, or they will ? 4 i t | t i OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie l{urkelt Radiator Sh{, Lal 113 Z-t767 521 (,r|o.e, ;t. lizatUeburlr ! t, forever baxrde. This 28th day of April, A. D., 1960. Sidney E. Gonley, Executor A28/M5/12/19 If You tIav Somethfag To Sell. An Enterprise Classified d Will Sell it, By GI,EN DENSON "They're all GOOD SKATES s,t Denson's Standard rvl" We work on anything that Rollsl DENSON'S Standard Service Phone WA 8-9644 Wiggins, Miss. GARDEN PEAS Miss. Crowder Silver Skin Crowder Brown Crowder Black Crowder IRON CLAY Purple Hull Crowder Blackeye Peas Sixweek Peas Field Peas RED RIPPER Also Full Line Beans & Small Garden Seed i NOTICE--Our Feed Mill be Open All Day Wednesdays, and from 7:30 a.m. until 12:00 Noon on Saturdays. , WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, MISS. WORTH MORE BECAUSE lltff WORK MORE! OVER BACK-COUNTRY ROADS AT 45 WITH A SKY-HIGH LOAD OF TIMBER Chevy middleweight shows the big rigs how it's done! That's a 6303 medium-duty Cheo. rolet powered by a 283-ca.-in. VS. But there's sure nothing medium. duty about the load. Mr. ]. E. Blankinshtp, Arkansas logging contractor, says bbth of his torsion-spring 630Ys "move along at 40 to 50 miles per hour with 55,000 pounds gross weight and maintain a 5.trip-a-day schedule with no trouble at all." Figure the money you save when you've got a medium-duty truck that can cover 30,000 back-country miles a year with a high.tonnage loadl We've never seen anything like the amount of praise truck owners aro heaping on Chevy's new torsion spring suspension. Owners like the fact the truck handles a whole lot easier, can move faster off the road without beating tho driver to death and shaking loose all the sheet metal. They hke the idea of extra fmmnc of miles before trade-in! . . . Driv a "60 Chevy lust once. It's a wholo new experience. 4Chevy middleweight averag 200 of back roads a day dogging m.7 oe of the woods and deltverir it to mill at Crossea, Arkanms. CHEVROLET STURDI-BILT TRUCKS See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer Star Chevrolet Company, Inc. Phone WAlnut 8-4405 i d Wiggins, Miss. (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, April 28, 1960 Mrs. Roy O,'Neal. Mrs and Elvis Brehnd at- birthday dinner of th:r Bond at Janice last This was Mr. BOnd's 85ti: is Song 1cader for the Antioch Baptist Church Peach th week. last Tuesday in the home Mrs. H. M Lreland "**.ere Varnado and gr.ndca. of Gu!fport and Mr. D. G McQuage of Big C. Baxter and children Lupdie Carol visJled t :. Gardens Easter SU .day. i Mrs. Malcolm FlurrT and Lucedale Were Sunday the home of Mr. anti Mrs. C. l.o!er and so:, I amar Monday in the ho:ne Mrs. A!a.,]d Ray Rout. Mrs. Frank Ecn.l at- birthday dinner of Mr. Lee Morrison at *,,heir Sandav. Breland and daughter Mrs. Ruthie Breland Were Sunday guests in and Mrs. Itorace Hat- Mrs. Claudie Byrd of SUnday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. C. A. ENGLE 51ISS CELIA FAE FLURRY Miss Celia Fae Flurry Is To Become Bride Of Mr. James B. Martin Mr. and /rs Flurry, Route  A, Perkinston. Mississippi, announce the engagement of their only dau- ghter, Celia Fae, to James B. Mar- tin, 2rid Class, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Martin, Route A, Perkirmton, Mississippi. Miss Flurry is a graduate'of Home ConsOlidated School. Immediately after completion of her high school 8tudeis, e entered the employ of the Circuit Clerk of Stone County and at present is so employed. Celia Pae is also Clerk of the Stone County Selective Service Local Mr. Martin is a graduate of Home SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY & uildlng Materials B @ !11 O @ Guarantee Quality Merchandise At ROC BOTrOM PRICES Consolidated School. attended Per- kinston Junior College and is a ur.duate of Trea.sure Island. San Francisco Electronic School. He is now serving his tour of duty on the USS Corporal Submarine, with his home base being locatcxi in Char- leston. South Carolina An August wedding is tentatively plamed Big Level News BRELAND-HENNIS iiss Mattie Hennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hennis of Petal and John Breland. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Breland. Wiggins, were recently married at the home of he bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M Breland. The Rev. Er- nest Breland performed the double ring ceremony in the present of a few relatives and close friends. i Far her wedding she wore a blue suit with white accessories and carried a white Bible. Her attend- ants Was her sister, Miss Norah Hennis. Mr. Breland best man was Ned Taylor. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held in the home hon- oring the couple. The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth, centered witil the wedding cake. After the bride and groom cut the first piece of COOL, FILTERE[ . COMFORT , t DELUXE AIR CONDITIONER HAL FOWLKES PHONE WA 8-4475 WIGGINS, MISS. Whisper.Quiet Operation Automatic Tern perature Control 2-Speed Fan S'YearWritten Protection Plan STONE COUNTY ENTERpRI, Music Week To Be Observed May 2-5 At Junior College ! i , [meat, choir and band. The schedule is as follows: / j Monday, May 2, 8:00 p.m. Freshman music majors. [ Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m. ';tudio Recital; 8:00 P.m.--College The thirty-seventh annual obser- Choir. vance of National Music Week will Wednesday, May 4, 8:00 p.m. be held this year throughout the Graduating Sophomore Music Ma- nation from Sunday, May 1 through jors. Saturday, Ms3' 7. This year's theme Thursday, May 5, 8:00 p.m. !is: "Let's Make Music--For Har- College Band. Instructors in the Music Depart- cony In Life." The celebrations ;meat are Miss Kathryn M. Carey, are sponsored by the National Fed- piano, music appreciation and mus- eration of Music Clubs and hund- reds of cooperation organizations. I Perkinston Junr College is proud to present its seventh year of ex- cellent music programs presented by members of the music depart- cake it was serv:.d by Mi::s Lind: Hennis, si.stcr of the bride and ,M ]Roy W!llia,P.., sister of the b/rKtc - l-:room Mes. Layoff ]3relan:l a( /iss Helen Kendwell served th, punch. The living and dining rooms were beautifully decorated with dog- wood and spruce pine. I They left soon after th9 recep- tion on a honeymoon trip. IlOMECOMING AT BIG I,EVEL ('JICRCll SUNDAY, 5lAY 1 Big level Church will ob,qt';'e [their annual Homecoming Day on Sunday, May 1. The program begins [with the 11 o'clock services. [ A noon meal will be served on the church grounds followed by an afternoon program beginning at 1:30. All former pastors, members and friends are invited to attend. O'NEAL'S WELDING SHOP Across From Watts' Conoco Sta. K. M. O'NEAL, Owner Heavy Equipment Repair- ing, General Welding, Fab- rication Work of All T.vp"e. We give special attention lo all small motors. ic education; Mr. EUgene Clement, voice, choir and music theory; Mr. Sam Jone-s, instrumental irmtruc- ion and band and M.rs. Bennie Warren. piano instructor of non- music majors. All programs promise, as usual, to be very interesting, and the pub- lic is cordially invited. Admission is lre A'ITRND (lift ':1 ,'4D%IA TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE (;LADLY FURNLSI! 2t IIOUR SERVI('E Day Phone WA S--1221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 FULL TIME SERVICE ON SHEET METAL & ROOFING Sales & lnstallators Of Chain Link Fence A. D. HART Hart's Sheet Metal Works Phone WA 8-4483 Pl]me St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I L- ""s Testamentary having been gran ..... y te Chancery Court of .%one County, Mississippi to the undersigned upon he estate of Willis n F. Ccn!r,y, decc2,sed, noice .s tlercby given t all perzons havin=j claims against said estate to pre- ent the same to the Clerk of said Court for probate and registration tccordin.g to law within six (6 :onth fro'a this date, or they will ? 4 i t | t i OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie l{urkelt Radiator Sh{, Lal 113 Z-t767 521 (,r|o.e, ;t. lizatUeburlr ! t, forever baxrde. This 28th day of April, A. D., 1960. Sidney E. Gonley, Executor A28/M5/12/19 If You tIav Somethfag To Sell. An Enterprise Classified d Will Sell it, By GI,EN DENSON "They're all GOOD SKATES s,t Denson's Standard rvl" We work on anything that Rollsl DENSON'S Standard Service Phone WA 8-9644 Wiggins, Miss. GARDEN PEAS Miss. Crowder Silver Skin Crowder Brown Crowder Black Crowder IRON CLAY Purple Hull Crowder Blackeye Peas Sixweek Peas Field Peas RED RIPPER Also Full Line Beans & Small Garden Seed i NOTICE--Our Feed Mill be Open All Day Wednesdays, and from 7:30 a.m. until 12:00 Noon on Saturdays. , WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, MISS. WORTH MORE BECAUSE lltff WORK MORE! OVER BACK-COUNTRY ROADS AT 45 WITH A SKY-HIGH LOAD OF TIMBER Chevy middleweight shows the big rigs how it's done! That's a 6303 medium-duty Cheo. rolet powered by a 283-ca.-in. VS. But there's sure nothing medium. duty about the load. Mr. ]. E. Blankinshtp, Arkansas logging contractor, says bbth of his torsion-spring 630Ys "move along at 40 to 50 miles per hour with 55,000 pounds gross weight and maintain a 5.trip-a-day schedule with no trouble at all." Figure the money you save when you've got a medium-duty truck that can cover 30,000 back-country miles a year with a high.tonnage loadl We've never seen anything like the amount of praise truck owners aro heaping on Chevy's new torsion spring suspension. Owners like the fact the truck handles a whole lot easier, can move faster off the road without beating tho driver to death and shaking loose all the sheet metal. They hke the idea of extra fmmnc of miles before trade-in! . . . Driv a "60 Chevy lust once. It's a wholo new experience. 4Chevy middleweight averag 200 of back roads a day dogging m.7 oe of the woods and deltverir it to mill at Crossea, Arkanms. CHEVROLET STURDI-BILT TRUCKS See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer Star Chevrolet Company, Inc. Phone WAlnut 8-4405 i d Wiggins, Miss.