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STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, TOWN AND COUNTRY GARDEN GROUP MEETS IN J. B. PARKER HOME The Town and Country Garden Club met Tuesday, April 19 at 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs J. B. Par- ker with Mrs. Howard Parker and 1 i Mrs. J. B. Canpbell serving as I hostesses. Mrs: Charles MaLl]is gave an in- I [ formative talk on Indoor Planters. She had a most interesting display )f planters used in the home and the different type 'plants used" in each. A business meeting was held and there was a report from the nom- niating committee. It was voted unamiously to accept the new of- ,fleers who are as follows: President. Mrs. Leroy Yeager; vice president. Mrs. John Guthrie; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Ctmrles E. Davis; historian, Mrs. J. B. Par- ker and reporter, Mrs. Tired Davis, Jr. The hostees then served a deli- cious party plate of pie and coffee. The club welcomed as guests Mrs. J. B. Parker and Mrs Odell Prick- ett. qlOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETS The April meeting of the Sone County Hospibal Auxiliary was held in the home of Mrs. Tommy Cain with Mrs. T. L. Martin as co-host- esses on April 26. Twelve members were present and one new member, Mrs. Van Lanrum. Devotional was given by Mrs -r ms-w.1' 4W. NOW'Pi Open Friday & Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday -- PLUS CARTOON -- STEAUB theatre Im0Rtlt l'lm  tm  aummh-,ttm i& M. I $ m f# $ $ $ Friday & Saturday -- PLUS CARTOON -- Sunday, Monday & Tuesday DOH ltnrtl the dog from Ole Yeliow PLUS CARTOON -- MISS SUE MARION CAMPBELL MISS SUE MARION CAMPBELL TO WED MR. ABNER WILLIAM STRAUGHAN, JR. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mann Camp- tion. At present she is employed by .bell of 'Wiggins, Mississippi, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Sue Marion, to Mr. Abner William Straughan, Jr., of Pasca- goula, Mississippi, son of Mrs. Abner William Straughan, Sr., and the late Mr. Straughan of New Or- leans, La. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. frhomas Edward Smart of Tunica and Greenwood, Mississippi, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Virginius Camp* bell of Wiggins, MississippL Miss Campbell graduated from Wiggins High School where she was Valedictorian of her class. She re- tiered her Bachelor of Science de- gree from Mississippi Southern Col- lege, Hattiesburg. While at South- ern, Miss Carpbell served as trea- surer of the Chi Omega fraternity; was a member of the Hattiesburg Choral Union, Vesper Choir, Folk Singers, Future Teachers of Amer- ica, P1 Tau Chi Fraternity, and edited the Wesleyn Spirit, official publication of the Wesley Founda- Marie Glaze, there was a wide dis- cuion on the Comfort Tray which will be a new innovation to the hospital when the new wing is opened. Any lady, having a corsage, who would like to give it to the hospi- tal for some .patitnt, please call Mrs. R. L. Dancer of Mrs. King Montgo- mery. A delicious pay plate .was ser- ved by the hostesses, after which the meeting was adjourned. HOME SCHOOL TO PRESENT COMEDY FRIDAY NiGT, MAY 6__ the Pascagoula City Schools. Mr. Straughan is the grandson of Mrs. James Nathaniel Straughan and the late Mr. Straughan of New Orleans, La.. and Mrs. William George Disch and the late Mr. Diseh of New Iberta, I.. Mr. Straughan graduated fr'm Holy Cross High School, New Or- leans, La., and received his Bache- lor of Science degree from South- western Louisiana Institute. While there he was Chaplain of Phi Kappa Thata social fraternity, was presi- dent of Alpha Phi Omega, "a mere, ber of the college band, squadron commander of ROTC Band, a member of Newman Club and American Institute of Chemica! Engineers. At present Mr. Straugh- an is employed as chemist at In- gall's Shipbuilding Corp., in Pasca- goula, Mississippi. The wedding will be solemnized on June twenty-six at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Wiggins, Mississippi. "Husbands Don't Know Every- thing," a farce in three acts will Johnson Office Supply Pine Ave. Wiggins, MI Phone WA 8-4267 P.O. Box 246 Sales - Service - Rentals Typewriters - Calculators Adding Machines COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES & OFFICE FURNITURE Open the Minature Golf Course, located at the Chinchilla Ranch is now open. Hours are as follows: FRIDAY--7 to 10 p.m.  SATURDAY 7 to 11 p.m. SUNDAY--2 to 5 p.m. FIRST COUPLE OR FOURSOME TO PLAY EACH NIGHT BETWEEN 7 & 7:30 PLAY FREE ITS FUN FOR EVERY ONE i Jaycees Backing Mayor On Stray Dog Control The Stone County Jaycees an- nounced this week they are a hund- xed per cent behind the Mayor on stray do control. Stray dogs can lead our eom- ,munity into a dangerous disease "Rabies," we do not want this to haPlen to our community. Think of your children being a- round stray dogs with the possib- ility of having rabies. Children are the most frequent victims of rabies because of their natural love of an- imals which appear to be sick. Be- cause of their small size, head and eck bites the most dangerous axe more frequent in children. They hould nt be deprived of animal companionslp, but protected a- gainst this deadly consequence of association with unprotected ani- mals. Perkinston Pre-School Round-up Set For Monday, May 2 The pre-school roundup for the Perkinston Consolidated School will be Monday, May 2, beginning at 9 A. M. Children who will be six years old before January I, 1981 are entitled to enroll. If parents wm bring the child's birth certificate to the round-trp it will be possible for the first grade teacher to complete reglstUon a that day. At least one parent should accompany the child. Dr. Moore, County Health Of. ricer, Mrs. Clark, County Nurse and Mrs. Gregory Davis, first grade teacher will be in charge, be present by Home Vocational High School. Friday night, May 6 at 7:30 o'clock. Admission will be 35c for children and 50c for adults. The cast of characters are as oilows: Wilbur Parkhurst, Leland Bond; Ada Parkhurst, Mrs. J. W. Rhodes; Joan Parkhurst, Shirley Rose Davis; :)an Parkhurst, Nelos Brelmnd; Rupert Blaine. Leuis Moore; Vic- tor Blaine, Wayne Bond; Myra Hugo, Susie Dalrymple; Larlcelot Evans, Reg White; Stella Bugg, Bessie Mae Alexander; Madam Wills, Mrs. Mary Wells Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Hermon Bond, and Mrs. Dex- ter, Mrs. Wilfred Ilatt. ilospital +ews "'ISITINO HOURS 10 to al axa -- 3 to 4 p.m. 7:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. The following patients t.ave been tdmlted to the Stone County Hos- "ltat : Mrs. Lucy Cuaves, Perkiztston Mrs. Theda Moran, Perkinston Freda Gay Bond. Saucier Dolph Scarbrough, Perklnston Mrs. Dorothy austin, Wiggins Otis Taylor, Wiggins, at. 1 Mrs. Helen Vernon. Wiggins Randall Miller. Gulfport Mrs. Lola Rogers, Perkinston Mrs. Bessie L. Taylor, Wiggins Mrs. Mac Davis, Wiggins Chris Brown, McHenry John Fairley, Saucier Wanda Mitchell. Saucier Miss Marion Brooks, Perkinston Shelia Rose Martin, Wiggins Mrs. Elizabeth Ballard, Wiggins Colored: Myrtle Jones Wiggins. DISCHARGED Mrs. Helen Vernon and son, Wig- gins Claude Davis, Wiggins Miss Ann Scarbrough, Wiggins Mrs. Dorothy Rustin, Wiggins Mrs. Theda Moran, Perkinston Mrs. lfinnie Crawford. Perkins- ton John Fairley, Saucier Mrs. Betty Jo Parker and son Wiggins Randall Miller, Gulf port Clifton Brown, Lumberton Rt. Elli B. Easterling, Perkinston Dolph Scarbrough, Perkinston Miss Gloria Jean Smith. Saucier Mrs. Mattie Seals, Wiggins Robert Loper, Wiggins Mrs. Doris Martin and daughter, Leaf Mrs. Mattie Seals, Wiggins Colored: Mary Shufford, Saucier. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Vernon, Wiggins, Miss.. a son, Donald Lane, qsorn AprU 21, 1960. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN HOLD BIRTHDAY PARTY The Wiggins Presbyterian Wo- mens Birthday meeting was opened Monday, April 25. with a devotion taken from passages of Proverbs, given by Mrs. l-ancine Martin. Af- ter a brief business discussion, the program by Mrs. Ruth Newton was )resen ted Miss Mildred austin gave the Birthday objective, "Space For What? FOr Stillman College." The offering will go to Stillman College .for more class rooms and admin- Istrative buildings. The youth Choir sang, God of Our Fathers and We've A Story to Tell to the Nation. Mrs. Gee. Budd, choir director, sang a special solo. Mrs. Cassie Roberson gave the closing prayer. Following the meeting, the host- ess, Mrs. Ruth Newton served deli- cious opened-aced crackers, wants, uts, punch, and cake. Members present were, Mesdames ecrest, lberson, Balmer, Martin, Rustin, McLeod, Budd, Simpson, Fay Newton, Ruth Newton, Ine, Schilling, Blackwell, Misses Sue Waller and tldred Rustin, and 20 children. BIG LEVEL CHURCH HOMECOMING SET FOR MAY 1 The annual Homecoming Day of the Big Level Baptist Church has been set for Sunday, May 1 at the church. The day-long program will get underway Sunday morning and a picnic lunch will be spread on the church ground at the noon hour. Howard Stone of Gulfport will head a musical program in the after- noon. All former pastors, members and friends are invited. DAWN DAVIS CELEBRATES FOURTH BIRTHDAY Dawn Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davfs, celebrated her 'fourth birthday with a 'party at her home on Tuesday afternoon. The car port was decorated with pink and white streamers and pink balloons. Each child fished in the fish pond for favors. Pinning the yellow stamen on a daisy was won by Marsha Bryan. Pink punch was served ice cream and cake. The doll birthday cake dressed in yel- low, a replica of Dawn's dress and was trimmed in pink and white flowers. The hostess was assisted by Brenda Miller and Coleen White. ERENIZER CEMETERY WORK DAY SET FOR MAY 7 Saturday morning, May 7, at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, the reg- ular semi-annual work day will be held. All interested persons ar LOCAL NEW,00 Mrs. "mas Buckley spent Thursday ngt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Davis in Colum- bia. Mr. Bill Taylor of Long Beach. a student of Hinds. Jr. College spen the week end with Anthony Her- rera. Mr. and Mrs. Austin McLain and children of Mobile spent Sunda, with Mrs. McLain's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Hall. Deborah Me- Lain celebrated her fourth birth- lay while here. Mrs, J. W. Hunt of Jadeite yent Sunday with her sister and broh- er- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Giv- ens and family. /vi'r. Joit Grey of Detroit. MicH. has been a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Nicholson of iBaringer and family Fruitland Park for several weeks.  Mrs. W. J. MorrisO left Sunday for his home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. George Baringer is spend- and children. Chip ing a week with her son and Laurel. visited in Claughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Bob and Mrs M. P. NOTICE Mr. Sidney Gerhardt will accept a and will interview applicants for and Office Manager Saturday, April 30, 10:30 - 12:00 at Garment Factor)'. SELECT Western Corn Fed Pork You Will Enjoy PORK CHOP END CUTS CENTER CUTS Hormel (Small) SPARE RIBS, lb. Hormel Midwest SLICED BACON, lk Beverly "s POTTED MEAT 15 for $1 Clover Farm P-NUT BUTTER qt..._ 59c Clover Farm Evaporated ......... MILK 3 tall cans 41c Sanka Instant COFFEE 4 oz. jar 79c Alcoa12" x 25' Roll ALUMINUM FOIl, .... 31.00 Scott Family Assorted---48"s NAPKINS 2 for ....... 29c Cutrite---125' Roll WAX PAPER Fine For Frying WESSON OIL Ft. 27c Alcoa--18" x 25' Roll ALUMINUM FOIL--59c Scott Big Roll PINK TOWELS 33c Soft Weve P( 10 lb. bag Juicy OR Each _ Crisp CELE Each .... Garden SQUA 2 lbs. .... Frosty ORANGE 12 oz. can Clover Farm I for c + r TISSUE 2 27 2 oz. "ar -'ra: Catfish Fillets rure Lard4 16-oz. ....... 49c ..... MAXWELL HOUSE " l-lb. Tin or Bag ntsn. t Blackeye Peas 9c 10.oz., 2 for __ '. 59 [ & PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT., APRIL 29 & STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, TOWN AND COUNTRY GARDEN GROUP MEETS IN J. B. PARKER HOME The Town and Country Garden Club met Tuesday, April 19 at 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs J. B. Par- ker with Mrs. Howard Parker and 1 i Mrs. J. B. Canpbell serving as I hostesses. Mrs: Charles MaLl]is gave an in- I [ formative talk on Indoor Planters. She had a most interesting display )f planters used in the home and the different type 'plants used" in each. A business meeting was held and there was a report from the nom- niating committee. It was voted unamiously to accept the new of- ,fleers who are as follows: President. Mrs. Leroy Yeager; vice president. Mrs. John Guthrie; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Ctmrles E. Davis; historian, Mrs. J. B. Par- ker and reporter, Mrs. Tired Davis, Jr. The hostees then served a deli- cious party plate of pie and coffee. The club welcomed as guests Mrs. J. B. Parker and Mrs Odell Prick- ett. qlOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETS The April meeting of the Sone County Hospibal Auxiliary was held in the home of Mrs. Tommy Cain with Mrs. T. L. Martin as co-host- esses on April 26. Twelve members were present and one new member, Mrs. Van Lanrum. Devotional was given by Mrs -r ms-w.1' 4W. NOW'Pi Open Friday & Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday -- PLUS CARTOON -- STEAUB theatre Im0Rtlt l'lm  tm  aummh-,ttm i& M. I $ m f# $ $ $ Friday & Saturday -- PLUS CARTOON -- Sunday, Monday & Tuesday DOH ltnrtl the dog from Ole Yeliow PLUS CARTOON -- MISS SUE MARION CAMPBELL MISS SUE MARION CAMPBELL TO WED MR. ABNER WILLIAM STRAUGHAN, JR. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mann Camp- tion. At present she is employed by .bell of 'Wiggins, Mississippi, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Sue Marion, to Mr. Abner William Straughan, Jr., of Pasca- goula, Mississippi, son of Mrs. Abner William Straughan, Sr., and the late Mr. Straughan of New Or- leans, La. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. frhomas Edward Smart of Tunica and Greenwood, Mississippi, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Virginius Camp* bell of Wiggins, MississippL Miss Campbell graduated from Wiggins High School where she was Valedictorian of her class. She re- tiered her Bachelor of Science de- gree from Mississippi Southern Col- lege, Hattiesburg. While at South- ern, Miss Carpbell served as trea- surer of the Chi Omega fraternity; was a member of the Hattiesburg Choral Union, Vesper Choir, Folk Singers, Future Teachers of Amer- ica, P1 Tau Chi Fraternity, and edited the Wesleyn Spirit, official publication of the Wesley Founda- Marie Glaze, there was a wide dis- cuion on the Comfort Tray which will be a new innovation to the hospital when the new wing is opened. Any lady, having a corsage, who would like to give it to the hospi- tal for some .patitnt, please call Mrs. R. L. Dancer of Mrs. King Montgo- mery. A delicious pay plate .was ser- ved by the hostesses, after which the meeting was adjourned. HOME SCHOOL TO PRESENT COMEDY FRIDAY NiGT, MAY 6__ the Pascagoula City Schools. Mr. Straughan is the grandson of Mrs. James Nathaniel Straughan and the late Mr. Straughan of New Orleans, La.. and Mrs. William George Disch and the late Mr. Diseh of New Iberta, I.. Mr. Straughan graduated fr'm Holy Cross High School, New Or- leans, La., and received his Bache- lor of Science degree from South- western Louisiana Institute. While there he was Chaplain of Phi Kappa Thata social fraternity, was presi- dent of Alpha Phi Omega, "a mere, ber of the college band, squadron commander of ROTC Band, a member of Newman Club and American Institute of Chemica! Engineers. At present Mr. Straugh- an is employed as chemist at In- gall's Shipbuilding Corp., in Pasca- goula, Mississippi. The wedding will be solemnized on June twenty-six at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Wiggins, Mississippi. "Husbands Don't Know Every- thing," a farce in three acts will Johnson Office Supply Pine Ave. Wiggins, MI Phone WA 8-4267 P.O. Box 246 Sales - Service - Rentals Typewriters - Calculators Adding Machines COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES & OFFICE FURNITURE Open the Minature Golf Course, located at the Chinchilla Ranch is now open. Hours are as follows: FRIDAY--7 to 10 p.m.  SATURDAY 7 to 11 p.m. SUNDAY--2 to 5 p.m. FIRST COUPLE OR FOURSOME TO PLAY EACH NIGHT BETWEEN 7 & 7:30 PLAY FREE ITS FUN FOR EVERY ONE i Jaycees Backing Mayor On Stray Dog Control The Stone County Jaycees an- nounced this week they are a hund- xed per cent behind the Mayor on stray do control. Stray dogs can lead our eom- ,munity into a dangerous disease "Rabies," we do not want this to haPlen to our community. Think of your children being a- round stray dogs with the possib- ility of having rabies. Children are the most frequent victims of rabies because of their natural love of an- imals which appear to be sick. Be- cause of their small size, head and eck bites the most dangerous axe more frequent in children. They hould nt be deprived of animal companionslp, but protected a- gainst this deadly consequence of association with unprotected ani- mals. Perkinston Pre-School Round-up Set For Monday, May 2 The pre-school roundup for the Perkinston Consolidated School will be Monday, May 2, beginning at 9 A. M. Children who will be six years old before January I, 1981 are entitled to enroll. If parents wm bring the child's birth certificate to the round-trp it will be possible for the first grade teacher to complete reglstUon a that day. At least one parent should accompany the child. Dr. Moore, County Health Of. ricer, Mrs. Clark, County Nurse and Mrs. Gregory Davis, first grade teacher will be in charge, be present by Home Vocational High School. Friday night, May 6 at 7:30 o'clock. Admission will be 35c for children and 50c for adults. The cast of characters are as oilows: Wilbur Parkhurst, Leland Bond; Ada Parkhurst, Mrs. J. W. Rhodes; Joan Parkhurst, Shirley Rose Davis; :)an Parkhurst, Nelos Brelmnd; Rupert Blaine. Leuis Moore; Vic- tor Blaine, Wayne Bond; Myra Hugo, Susie Dalrymple; Larlcelot Evans, Reg White; Stella Bugg, Bessie Mae Alexander; Madam Wills, Mrs. Mary Wells Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Hermon Bond, and Mrs. Dex- ter, Mrs. Wilfred Ilatt. ilospital +ews "'ISITINO HOURS 10 to al axa -- 3 to 4 p.m. 7:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. The following patients t.ave been tdmlted to the Stone County Hos- "ltat : Mrs. Lucy Cuaves, Perkiztston Mrs. Theda Moran, Perkinston Freda Gay Bond. Saucier Dolph Scarbrough, Perklnston Mrs. Dorothy austin, Wiggins Otis Taylor, Wiggins, at. 1 Mrs. Helen Vernon. Wiggins Randall Miller. Gulfport Mrs. Lola Rogers, Perkinston Mrs. Bessie L. Taylor, Wiggins Mrs. Mac Davis, Wiggins Chris Brown, McHenry John Fairley, Saucier Wanda Mitchell. Saucier Miss Marion Brooks, Perkinston Shelia Rose Martin, Wiggins Mrs. Elizabeth Ballard, Wiggins Colored: Myrtle Jones Wiggins. DISCHARGED Mrs. Helen Vernon and son, Wig- gins Claude Davis, Wiggins Miss Ann Scarbrough, Wiggins Mrs. Dorothy Rustin, Wiggins Mrs. Theda Moran, Perkinston Mrs. lfinnie Crawford. Perkins- ton John Fairley, Saucier Mrs. Betty Jo Parker and son Wiggins Randall Miller, Gulf port Clifton Brown, Lumberton Rt. Elli B. Easterling, Perkinston Dolph Scarbrough, Perkinston Miss Gloria Jean Smith. Saucier Mrs. Mattie Seals, Wiggins Robert Loper, Wiggins Mrs. Doris Martin and daughter, Leaf Mrs. Mattie Seals, Wiggins Colored: Mary Shufford, Saucier. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Vernon, Wiggins, Miss.. a son, Donald Lane, qsorn AprU 21, 1960. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN HOLD BIRTHDAY PARTY The Wiggins Presbyterian Wo- mens Birthday meeting was opened Monday, April 25. with a devotion taken from passages of Proverbs, given by Mrs. l-ancine Martin. Af- ter a brief business discussion, the program by Mrs. Ruth Newton was )resen ted Miss Mildred austin gave the Birthday objective, "Space For What? FOr Stillman College." The offering will go to Stillman College .for more class rooms and admin- Istrative buildings. The youth Choir sang, God of Our Fathers and We've A Story to Tell to the Nation. Mrs. Gee. Budd, choir director, sang a special solo. Mrs. Cassie Roberson gave the closing prayer. Following the meeting, the host- ess, Mrs. Ruth Newton served deli- cious opened-aced crackers, wants, uts, punch, and cake. Members present were, Mesdames ecrest, lberson, Balmer, Martin, Rustin, McLeod, Budd, Simpson, Fay Newton, Ruth Newton, Ine, Schilling, Blackwell, Misses Sue Waller and tldred Rustin, and 20 children. BIG LEVEL CHURCH HOMECOMING SET FOR MAY 1 The annual Homecoming Day of the Big Level Baptist Church has been set for Sunday, May 1 at the church. The day-long program will get underway Sunday morning and a picnic lunch will be spread on the church ground at the noon hour. Howard Stone of Gulfport will head a musical program in the after- noon. All former pastors, members and friends are invited. DAWN DAVIS CELEBRATES FOURTH BIRTHDAY Dawn Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davfs, celebrated her 'fourth birthday with a 'party at her home on Tuesday afternoon. The car port was decorated with pink and white streamers and pink balloons. Each child fished in the fish pond for favors. Pinning the yellow stamen on a daisy was won by Marsha Bryan. Pink punch was served ice cream and cake. The doll birthday cake dressed in yel- low, a replica of Dawn's dress and was trimmed in pink and white flowers. The hostess was assisted by Brenda Miller and Coleen White. ERENIZER CEMETERY WORK DAY SET FOR MAY 7 Saturday morning, May 7, at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, the reg- ular semi-annual work day will be held. All interested persons ar LOCAL NEW,00 Mrs. "mas Buckley spent Thursday ngt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Davis in Colum- bia. Mr. Bill Taylor of Long Beach. a student of Hinds. Jr. College spen the week end with Anthony Her- rera. Mr. and Mrs. Austin McLain and children of Mobile spent Sunda, with Mrs. McLain's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Hall. Deborah Me- Lain celebrated her fourth birth- lay while here. Mrs, J. W. Hunt of Jadeite yent Sunday with her sister and broh- er- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Giv- ens and family. /vi'r. Joit Grey of Detroit. MicH. has been a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Nicholson of iBaringer and family Fruitland Park for several weeks.  Mrs. W. J. MorrisO left Sunday for his home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. George Baringer is spend- and children. Chip ing a week with her son and Laurel. visited in Claughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Bob and Mrs M. P. NOTICE Mr. Sidney Gerhardt will accept a and will interview applicants for and Office Manager Saturday, April 30, 10:30 - 12:00 at Garment Factor)'. SELECT Western Corn Fed Pork You Will Enjoy PORK CHOP END CUTS CENTER CUTS Hormel (Small) SPARE RIBS, lb. Hormel Midwest 49c SLICED BACON, lk Beverly "s POTTED MEAT 15 for $1 Clover Farm P-NUT BUTTER qt..._ 59c Clover Farm Evaporated ......... MILK 3 tall cans 41c Sanka Instant COFFEE 4 oz. jar 79c Alcoa12" x 25' Roll ALUMINUM FOIl, .... 31.00 Scott Family Assorted---48"s NAPKINS 2 for ....... 29c Cutrite---125' Roll WAX PAPER Fine For Frying WESSON OIL Ft. 27c Alcoa--18" x 25' Roll ALUMINUM FOIL--59c Scott Big Roll PINK TOWELS 33c Soft Weve P( 10 lb. bag Juicy OR Each _ Crisp CELE Each .... Garden SQUA 2 lbs. .... Frosty ORANGE 12 oz. can Clover Farm I for c + r TISSUE 2 27 2 oz. "ar -'ra: Catfish Fillets rure Lard4 16-oz. ....... 49c ..... MAXWELL HOUSE " l-lb. Tin or Bag ntsn. t Blackeye Peas 9c 10.oz., 2 for __ '. 59 [ & PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT., APRIL 29 &