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CAL NEWS the Annual National Bank- mn at the Buena Vista Blloxi Monday through Mrs. Johnnie West spent VOLUME 45N S in Jackson atnding th( " " Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, May 19, 1960 Merlandising Show. Mrs, Charles Van Ran- Lou00ia,,00 spem Presbyterian Pastor I First Baptist Church Wiggins Jaycees In Mrs. H. H. Batson Final Rites Held For e00,d in the Waldo O&apos;Ne00 IS Installed I Vacation Bible School State Convention Mental Health Bell Abner o z Jr - -- [ Set Ringer Walker Flurry l:gns Saturday to spena The commission appointed by The local Jaycee unit and theil Abner Walker FlUrry, age 70, a ed th -,[r a.d Mrs. the Meridian Pre.yery for the delegates attended the State ol Mrs. Hollis Batson. Wiggins has native of Jackson County and a atn.Sr. The Wiggins- First Baptist .4:isslssippi Jaycee Convention at been named Mental Health BeL resident of Perkinton. died sudden- . purpose of installing Rev. Leroy Church will conduct its vacation. .he Heidelburg Hotel over the Ringer chairman fOr StOne County, ]Y May 15 at his home in Perkln- Mrs. Mark Bond of Secret as PastOr of the Wiggins Bible School May 30 tO June 3. week end. Delegates attendin, according tO an announcement ston. La. Spent the week Prebyterian Church held the Iours for the school will be from ,rom Stone County were: Charles from the state fund-raising cam- Mr. BOnd's parents, Mr Peelal servme Sunday at the even- Hollie T. Bond. mg hour ot worship 8:00 a. m. tO 11: a. m. daily Prep- r'ratt, president. Eiden "Rd" Lad- paiga ctmirman, William F. Winter. Vir Flurry taught school in Oauo Willis Terry of Hattiesburg aration day will be held from 9:00 .mr, present president, Howard Mor- The Mississippi A.sociation for tier Vestry, Perkinston and Basin Claude Terry of Meri- The Women of the Church a. m. to ll:00 a. m. Saturday, May ,-is, Carl Prehoda and Pete Atcll- );erved supper to the members of 28. Cormnencement program for the Sunday afternoon with Mental Health feels fortunate that and Was a member of the Legis- son. "fire local Jaycees were greet- Mrs. Batson will lead Stone Coun- lature of Jackson County from Mrs. Edward Jttssley the CommLssion and their families school is scheduled at 7:30 p. m 'd with several a'ards, ty's drive for funds. 1932-36 He was a retired postmas- and in the llowship Hall preceding Friday, June 3. All boys and glrl: r of Perkinston, having served the Evening Service. from ages 3 to 16 years of age are The first award thaL was be- District Chairman Arthur E. from 1935 until his retirement lr of Hattiesburg spent u: invited to attend the school, stowed upon the Wiggins Club wa.: Spratley of Gulfport states that a 1958. , afternoon With Mrs. Juss- ":: Those on the Commission were, My. and Mrs. C. E, Dr. R L. Summers, Pastor of the Edwin J. Roberts will serve as he Outstanding President Award $60,000 goal has been set to meet mad attended in Installaton Mr. Flurry was Past Master of Secrest. First Presbyterian Church of Gulf- Principal of the Blble School. Fol- which was given to Charles E. Pratt the needs for mental health in Miss Dorothy Sandra Henze port, presiding, Dr. Kelly Unger, lowing is a list of the workers: past preside,it of the local Jaycees. Mississippi. the Masonic Idge, a mer of Perkinston Masonic Lodge, Wiggins J. Riley of Wichita Falls  Pastor of the First Presbyterian general secretary, Mrs. Glen Brel- t'he nex award that was given to "Prospects for conLrolling men- Rotary Club, Red Creek Union Saturday for a visit Miss Dorothy Sandra Henze, 19 Church of Meridian. Installation and; Pianist, Rachel Ward; Nur- .the Wigghts Jaycees was the "Come tel illness in Mississippi are bright- Baptist Church, American Legion ana Mrs. Nick Davis and year old daughter of lr. and Mrs. Sermon. Rev Harvell Jackson, Pas- sery, Mrs. Etwood Taylor and Mrs. Back Award" and this award has er", said Mr. Spratley, "but we will and held various offices in the her grand daughser, Miss M. W. :[tenze of Wiggins, Missis- tor of the First Presbyterian Betty Danzey; Beginners, Mrs. or- never been given to any club in need the hetp of every resident of Postmasrs Organizatiorts. He ser- graduate from Wiggins sippl has been awarded the Perk- Church oI Lucedale, Evening tire Moore, Jr.; Supt., Mrs. V. O. the state bfore. In fact, the a- Stone County if we are to conquer ved as president of the National inton Junior College Home Eco- Prayer; Rev. Edward Jussely, Pas- Keeny. Mrs. Boyce Holleman, Mrs. ward was originally started with a Mrs. j. H. Lawrence nomics trophy This award goes to tor of the Bay Street Presbyterian Livingston, and Warrene Watts club like Wiggins m mind Mr. Pratt mental illness.'" League of Postma,sters for the state Cra. aad Mrs. W. G. the most outstanding student Soph- Churcrt of Hattaesburg, Charged Primar Department, Mrs. B. J. Dees 'as awarded the distinct honor of The Miissippi Association for bf Miissippi for five years. He of Mansfiell, La. spent Omor Home Economics Major at the Pastor; Mr. James Finch Elder kupt., h-s. Norman Cowart, Mrs. being first alternate winner of the Mental Health supports research to avas a veteran of World War I. Pasl; visiting Mr. and Mrs Perkinston Junior College. The of the Bay Street Church Charged Charles Mathis,, Mrs. Forrest Ev- Outstanding Young Jaycee ol Mis- treat, cure, and prevent mental ill- Patten of the rn Star. Mrs Lawremce and trophy was given Ma 12, 1960 at he Congregation; and Mr. Howard ans, Mrs. Karl Perego, Mrs. Louise Lssippi. ness as well as disseminating re- , He is surv4xed by his widow. Mrs. liable information on mental ill- Gertrude Woodley Flurry; one bro- are Mrs. POwlke's the Annual Awards Day for the Secrest, Elder of the First Presby- Biaylock, and Carolyn Rowell; Jan- All the awards given to the local ness," Spratiey continued. "The ther, Addle L. Flurry, o Jackson; Ms. DOnald McArthur college. The trophy stands 5" by 10" terian Church of Meridian, brother ior Pepartment, Mrs. Jesse Block- and is gold plated on a wood base of Rev. Leroy Secrest. Scripture well, Supt. Mrs. H. C. Davis. Mrs. Jaycees was after a tremendous funds derived from the 1960 cam- five sisters, Mrs. Quennie Cumbest, guest of Mr. Me- Dorothy is a 1958 graduate of Reading. R.A. Jacobson, Mrs. laritz Breland, effort put forth by the whole club paign will be used to hetp the more of Pascagouia, Mrs. Lottie Bond, cousin Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Wiggins High School and was also Durng the Service the Adult Sadie Rouse; Intermediates DePart- the club. The Jaycees won the now patients in Mississippi mental and Mrs. Vestry Whiteslde both oIrsC.ar:%on Mrs. Elsie Davis, Karon White, and and particularly by a nucleus of than 7.000 Misslsslppia_ who are PerkiP, ston, Mrs. Myrtle Robertson Sunday. awarded the High school Home Choir sang "I Bind My Heart", and ment, Mrs. Cassle Batson, Supt., Sweep -Award for Christmas institutions and hospitals get o oi Moss Point and Mrs. John Dan and daughter-in_law," " . King andMr, graduateEcnmiCSof Award.PerkinstonShejunioriS a Co1-1960 heMrS"'Lord'sGergeprayer".Budd gave a solo Mrs. Carl Smith, Mrs. I_roy Yeager, and Religious activities, which the road to good mental health Kinsey, of Shreveport, La. Gilbert King attended lege and plans to attend Mississip- and Mrs. Ford O'Neal; Music and award was extremely competitive sooner. A positive program of corn- The Body remained at Dees Fun- of Mrs. King, s sister DI ouher for the next two years. 0oys hand work, M. Harold Maples since tl  large clubs of the state gnunity rehabilitation will enable eral Home in Wiggins tm, til May 16 Ro00is Kemp  * 0000oth,.s f in Home E To The People and Ed Robblns Taylor; Refresh- are very interested in securing this them to retain that degree of men- 4:30 .p.m. when it was taken to the funeral they drove talcs is Clothing Merchandizing ments, Mrs. E. J. Roberts, Chair- award, The local club received an ,tal health upon their discharge Red Creek Union Baptist Church to visit Mr. King's with a miner in art. She plans to I am now serving my first full man, Mrs. Vl Jones, Mrs. John award for sending and contributing from the hospital." in the Vestry Community for fun- lad a interior decotor" term as one of your Supreme Court Ward, Mrs. Harvey Lott, Mrs. John- the most material ti the Jaycee ral services. The Rev N. J. Lee Naylor of New Orleans, ournal. May is Mental Health month and and the Rev Don Stewart offlciat- the week end With his _WI(;G1 NS GRADUATES Justices from the Southern District y West, and Mrs. Ctbed Lott. the Bell Ringer campaign will be ed. Burial was in Red Creek Union and Mrs. Leroy Smith. HE, kR INSPIRING ' of Mississippi, and I am seeking re- The awards given to the local conducted in Stone County in a Cemetaxy with ,asonic rites con- and Gail Burge spent MESSAGE election on the basis of my exper- || P| l-OSn: | ICWS club ware received by them only three-pha. effort---business and end With their grand par- ience and record " after they had awarded and ac- professional solicitation, volunteer darted at the graveside. and Mrs. Ed Barge in ig-' The election will be held on Tues- complished'more than any other bell ringers calling (m homes in ArlPallbearerSO'Neal, WayneWere: Roberts.M" M. Baker,T. H. ate:dmg _-  caring' The Wiggclass heard a schoolmost inspi-grad" day, June 7, 1966, and the perfor- vIsrrINo HOURS club in the state. ,residential sections, and special Brown, Jr., Winfield Brown and Centennial rational I0 to 1 san. --  to 4 p.m. -- events to raise funds or the mental Jerry Maples. " aenclian on May message by Dr. U. Karl nance of my duties as one of your 7:00 p.m. to-8:00 p.m. The club received all the awards 'health campaign. Mesdames, Jack Bufkin o at the new sanctuary of the present Supreme Court Justices may The following patients Lave been with a great deal of pride and in- Mrs. Batson will select other out He TUne Y Cain and Mrs' Wiggins First Baptist Church. Dr. make it impossible few me to talk Perego spoke on the questons re- with all of you before the election, admitted to the Stone County Hos- formed the Jaycees of the State standing business and civic leaders MISS SUE CAMPBELL rson. They were lating to the young Students life in The following information is re- )ltal: of Mississippi that they would be n the county to assist her in meet- ENTERTAINED back next year wth a larger basket, ing the $60,000 goal. ----" in the home of Mr. reference to "where they have been" spectfully submitted for your con- Walter OWen.  , The home of Mrs. Chester Pratt "where they are now", and Where sideration. M.L. Reeves. Perkinston The local Jaycees would like for WIGGINS SENIORS AND MISS was the scene of a beautiful bridge Mrs. W. C. Scaooroug h they Will be in the future". Born in Monticello, Lawrence B.A. Itt, Wiggins, Rt. 1 Darlene Blankenship, Wiggins each and every Stone Countian" to BLASS ENTERTAINED luncheon Saturday, May 14, In Ale. Were guests of Misses A large crown was on hand to ?,mmty, Mississippi, January 21 Jerry Iott, Perkinston task. It is their sole purpose to May O'Neal. id them in acconTplishing their honor of Miss Sue Cam4abell, hear the service honoring the  ,1897. Mrs. Carolyn Roberson. Wiggins Mrs. Joel Bless and her daughter Bride-elect of Abner Straughn. Mrs. Mrs. Bill Hancock and graduates visited Mr. Hancock,s of the Wiggins 1960 Graduate of University of Mis- Mrs Leone Griffin, P/erkinston improve Stone County and sin- Miss Mike Blss ttertained the Donald McArthur was co-hostess. cerely request the help of the Wiggins Seniors and seven senior Miss Campbell and her mother, Margaxet sis- senior class, Among those present sissippl Law School 1924. A.J. Lincoln, St. Louis, Mo. people of this county doing this. on Sunday. Everette in was Mr. W. F. Bond, former State Residence of Haselhurst, Copiah I.L. Lott, Perkinston girls of St. Mary's Dominica Irt Mrs. Lewis M. Campbell and the New Orleans, La. with a supper hostesses greeted the guests as they F. Bond of Jackson was SuperintendentMississippi, and alsof formerdUcatinsuper-f CountY,MemberMiSsissippi.of Baptist Church. 1 Mrs. Freda Fairley, Wiggins, Rt. Flower and Vegetable Saturday evening, May 14 at their rrived. Luncheon was served at end guest of Mrs. W C. intendent of Wigglss schools from Veteran of World War I, with Mrs. Charlene O'Neal, Perknston Show Arran home. bridge tables on the screened porch F Masson, Jr. 190 to 1912. overseas service. Boyce Lee, Lumberton --.g'ed supper was served in the family Which was decorated with spring OrleanSMr. ai La. was ands recentbaby ion'TheofChurchMr. ,aroldChir underMaples,theassisteddirect- Member of American Legion and Otis Hatten, Wiggins, Rt. I The tone County Home Demon- room. The tables were covered with flowers. Each table had a silver aars Floy d Wig- Mrs. Rosa Lee Rawls, Perkins- stration Flower and Vegetable in the service. Invocation and Bene- Veterans of Foreign Wars. white cloth. Each table held a cen- bowl filled with pansies and swel;- State Senator from the llth Dis- ton ter piece of a black graduation cap heart roses and the Wlace-card tel- Show will be held at the Old Bates filled with yellow and blue flowers, lies had pansies on them. The diction was offered by Rev. Carl trict of Mississippi 192-1940. Lloyd Wilson, Ocean Springs, building on Saturday, May 28. It Mrs. E. G, Adams oat Zates, pastor of the *Vardaman Assistant Attorney General of the Miss. spent several days Street Baptist Church_" will be open to the public from The napkins were rolled as diplom- menu consisted of broiled chicken, visiting relatives tate of Mississippi, 1941 to Sep- Reid Prehoda, Wiggins 12:30 until 4:00 P. M. Garden Clubs as and tied with yellow and blue affron rice. green beans, Jellied Wiggins. and After the service a reception was tember, 1950. Mrs, Wilma Doris Havens, Gulf- are invited to exhibit in the show ribbons. Blacl and white nut cups fruit salad, hot rolls, ice cream enloyed n the Edueatiinal Buildisg Cunningham and her Appointed as one of the Commis- port marked each guest's place. Black with macaroon sauce petit fours, and son_in.law Y the class members and their ' Mr. and aellies. moners of the Supreme Court of W.W. Gartman, Saucier Arrangements and classifications and white colors of Domineca and and coffee. HOWell" of Lucedal Mississippi in September, 1950. Albert Alexander, Wiggins to be published later, blue and yellow of Wiggins school After lunch, bridge was plaYed In in Jackson With MY. MISS BLASE HONORED AT Elected as one of the Justices of Miss Faith Davis, Wiggins were carried out. SUpper was scrv- the living room. High score was BRUNCH the Supreme Court from the South- Hal Fowlkes. Wiggins BIG LEVEL SINGING SCHOOL ed buffet, made by Mrs. Boyce Holleman, Mrs. Billy Hinto'n aru Guests of Miss Blass for the Mrs. A. J. Alexander received sec- Nashville are o - ern District of Mississippi in 1952. Mrs. Dimple Dedeaux, Perkinston. TO BE HELD with Mr lin- endig -- I shall very much appreciate the Rt. 2 'week end from New Orleans were: ond prize and Mrs. Charles Mathls Mrs. Clarence Hinton is," con's Peren  mul ..rs..Biass,Jack Schillinga senior honoredof New MSSor_ privilege of continuing to serve as Mrs. Irene Austin, Perkinston The Annual inging Sohool will Misses Sharon Trhele, Inda Mr- won the bingo prize: Miss Campbell " leans with a brunch on Saturday, one of your Supreme Court Justices. Mrs. Blanche Hester, Wiggins, Rt. begin at the Big Level School Mon- cante, Sharon Ryan, Mary ve- was presented with a dinner plate eMrrofN-.-,,n'Yandell May 14 in her home. If reelected, I Promise to continue 2 day morning of next Wek May lyn Crrler, Margie Earnest, Mar- in her chosen china pattern. Mr a ut[Drt lnt " Mrs V l ]Brunch was served buffet from to render faithful, fearless, lmpar- Austin thattle, Perkinston 2rd and continue through June aret Ellen S4mmons, Virginia Prez. al atte " "  dining Mrs. Louisa Oochran, Wiggins, 3rd under the direction of Vldet MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB nded graduation room. In the center of tial diligent and con-peten.t public MISS MIDDLETON FETED AT yilis._M the dining table was a graduation service. Rt. 1 Polk, Bobby Burnett, and Miss Vlr- ORGANIZED and 1 doll I earnestly solicit your vote and Colored ginia Dare Breland. The Morning COKE PARTY ymer  entwined with ivy and daises.  were UPOn their arrival Miss Bless influence. Mayzelier Henderson, Wiggins latums will begin at 9 A. M. and At an informal meeting held May home. . in the mad her mother, Mrs. Joel Bless Sincerely, Walter Ollmer. Perkinston the evening Classes at 7:30 P.M. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. B. 16, 1960 at 8: p.m. at the home of Mrs. James l,,a n Were presented corsages. Miss Bless' R. olney Arrington DISCHARGED the school is free and all lovers of Campbell and her daughter, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. L Blanks, 3202 . Uulf State  a- corsage was white carnations with Fred Berry, Wiggins merican Fo "-,n So- One of the Supreme Com-t Gospel Music and all singers have Nine Campbell entertaned in their Hardy, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a Justices From the Southern a special invitation to attend. The orde with a Coke party, honoring znuslc appreciation club was organ- 12a. rests at Alex a graduate head centering the cr- Mrs. Mary Flurry lY 12  sage. She wore a white linen District of MlsXAssippi and Mrs. Laura I-Itten. Wiggins, Rt. ling School is sponsored by the Miss Bunny Middleton, a Wglns lzed to be known as the "Hattles- 15. sheath dress With a navy por,,ket. Candidate for Re-election Tri-Cousty Siriging Convention. Senior. burg Organ Club." The following is vlsitifi " and Mrs. The guest# were served a fruit on Tuesday, June 7. 1960 1 The honoree wore a lavender officers were elected to serve 1 year; Mr t. IPetera. Samuel Swilley, Perkinston The sfnging school will open with luice cocktail with -hors d'ouvers Read, Approved and Subscribed by Mrs. Edna Brooks, Perkinston n afternoon Singing Convention /dress and was presented a corsage president, Mr. J, L. Blanks, vice Mrs. RoyRls ia Mr. on the sun aorch. The honoree led R. Olney Arrington Mrs. Erma Jones, Saucier atilt, next Sunday, May 22rid at 2 P. M. iof lavender of larkspurs, her moth- president, Mrs. J. O. Cox, ?|ospltal- at the Big Level Sohool. Bobby mr, Mrs. T. E. Middlet0n, was also ity chairman, Mrs. J. L Blanks, all her  into the dining room Mrs. Betty Hegwood, Wiggins Barnett and Miss Breland will given a corsage, of Hattiesburg, and secretary-treas. Dare Brela! and where they served' themelves from MISS BLASE FETED Reid Prehoda. Wiggins each private lessons in Voice and The guests were served cokes, urer, Mrs. L. D. Lander, Wiggins. Shoemake and Mt the Imffet table. They were seated Mrs. James --Davis and Mrs. W.F. J. H Moody, Brooklyn Piano as well as class lessons and canapes and cookie& Those attend- The purpose of the Hattiesburg andat Mr'A'%ert AlliatonHotme InThethe hoetellvln roOmpreaentat tableS.Miss Bless andStraUbthe hinedwlgglns MiSSenloraMikewith4aSSa I.JerryL. Lott,Ltt' PerkinstonPerkisstln Rudiments of Music and Harmony. ing were, Misses Gill Davis, Bar- Organ Club shall be to bring toget- on tlay eve. with a gift. - Videt Polk, one of the Nations lead- ,tra Breland, Rebecca Ford, Mike 1er 'people who axe interested in   Mr. W } _.hlllbMra was assisted in TheatreSattuxlaypartYev.ing.at GIG-Drive In on portMrs' Wllme DOris Havens, Gulf- lng Teachers in 1 Music will Blass and her house guests from the organ whether or not they are ; ad'"Ola, 8[Misa" ""'' ..... y Smy  and W.W. Teach Class Work and Song Dir- New Orleans, La. The hosteems owners of the instrument; to en- LYman aae   Sixtee The seniors and Miss Bless' house Oartman, Saucier ection and will be Supt. of the presented Miss Middleton with a ttrage their enpoyment of good SUnda - Mbr. [ girls from n senior guests were given a card saying Darlene Blankenchip, ,Wiggins School. gift. organ music; to aid in their ac- nd Mrs ,L y afaoon [r ...... Wiggins and St. Mary's Mrs. 01mrlene Oeal and daugh- quisition of playing techniques and t nt L- Miller of l'''amaca SCllO01S atteie. "Have a Coke on Mike" and a Mrs,mH. aY I,_ ---'" grain @f popcorn which gave them ter, Perkinston Tuxechena News evei -- [a bag of popcorn when presented Robert Lott, Wiggins WIGGINS HIGH SCHOOL skills; and to help them share the ay, the Mill"  -ttsJX,-:and Mrs. B. O. Ratson leCt ATHLETES ENTERTAINED good fellowship of a comon musical" rove to ,,". and Mrs. ,,,may to visit Mr and ...... " at the concession stand. The plc- Albert Alexander, Wiggins -- interest. ..... ey Ba r. mr- tare IAI Abner was enjoyed by Lonnie Stricklad, Wiggins, Rt.[ -- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Breland and next scheduled meeting will :r a La . Where tson and family in 1 The Wiggins High School Ath- The uza.-,----'-" ,m-t, O'- - McAI, everyone. ' spoke -- ,ue- ._ Mrs. Fred ltirley and daughter0 lets were entertained by Ernest :hildren of St. Louis, Mo. visited be June 9, 1960 at 8: p.m. at Olin- Church t at the  aa. Lela Bexter mrul ....... Yeager and Son with a Ityrlde 'relitives here last week. Mrs. Frank on-Harrington Music Company, re-  I,  .... ,aagnr SENIOR Cl., ENTEIAINED Wiggins, P,,t. I  ""- exter, Mrs. Cra and weiner roast at Ashe Lake Bond accom'panied them to New ffaurel, Mississippi. Hildegard Sill BT MRS. MIDDLETON Lloyd Wilson, Ocean Springs MrS.and JameSTommyBrownof a! Jordan and daughter Miss Mau- Colored *rhursday evening, May 12. Orleans Thursday where they visit- and Bill Austin, two outstanding _ a and Mrs. .... ed Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cothern and and versatile musicians from Cln- rle ordan Mary Hele The senior class and their spon- Mayzeller Henderson, Wiggins All football, baseball, basketball, <laughter and Mr. and Mrs. Morris cinatti, Ohio. will be featured in a Sunday with Mr.   were recest visitors in the sots, Mrs. Ruth James and Mr, and BIRTHS uthlets are invited. There were ond and baby. Mrs. Bond re- clever piano-organ duet of interest. O. Chaduationand exercisesattended  of Mr. and Mrs. ,. H. Bat- . Jack Miller, were entertained Mr. and Mrs. Shirley OrNeels 45 present. Coach and Mrs. Jack urned to her home with her son ing arrangements from 'Bach to Mrs. Jack McHenry and daughter With an informal party In the home Perkinston, Miss., a daughter, Me- Miller, Coach and Mrs. E. J. Mad- md daug.hter-in-law Friday even- Pops' This concert will be present- lrown,s niece Miss Miss Breland gradttted. Jackle McI-nry of Mrs. T. E. Ml{ldleton, Friday lissa Darlene, born May 12, 1960. den, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling, ng. ed for the public by the Clinton- attended the lght. May lSth, honoring Miss Mr. and Mrs. Paul Falrley, Rt. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Yeager enjoyed Mrs Hlldridge Lott and her son Harrington lusic Company, and Baccalaureate Service Sunday after unny MtddietmL Co-Hostemms was Wiggins, Miss., a daughter, Paula the outing. The weiners were do- Larry were Hattfeburg visitors Fri- Johnson's Music Company, Hat Mm.  OooL Ky, born Msy 12, 19. ted by Happ Acrea dsy. uesmn. CAL NEWS the Annual National Bank- mn at the Buena Vista Blloxi Monday through Mrs. Johnnie West spent VOLUME 45N S in Jackson atnding th( " " Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, May 19, 1960 Merlandising Show. Mrs, Charles Van Ran- Lou00ia,,00 spem Presbyterian Pastor I First Baptist Church Wiggins Jaycees In Mrs. H. H. Batson Final Rites Held For e00,d in the Waldo O'Ne00 IS Installed I Vacation Bible School State Convention Mental Health Bell Abner o z Jr - -- [ Set Ringer Walker Flurry l:gns Saturday to spena The commission appointed by The local Jaycee unit and theil Abner Walker FlUrry, age 70, a ed th -,[r a.d Mrs. the Meridian Pre.yery for the delegates attended the State ol Mrs. Hollis Batson. Wiggins has native of Jackson County and a atn.Sr. The Wiggins- First Baptist .4:isslssippi Jaycee Convention at been named Mental Health BeL resident of Perkinton. died sudden- . purpose of installing Rev. Leroy Church will conduct its vacation. .he Heidelburg Hotel over the Ringer chairman fOr StOne County, ]Y May 15 at his home in Perkln- Mrs. Mark Bond of Secret as PastOr of the Wiggins Bible School May 30 tO June 3. week end. Delegates attendin, according tO an announcement ston. La. Spent the week Prebyterian Church held the Iours for the school will be from ,rom Stone County were: Charles from the state fund-raising cam- Mr. BOnd's parents, Mr Peelal servme Sunday at the even- Hollie T. Bond. mg hour ot worship 8:00 a. m. tO 11: a. m. daily Prep- r'ratt, president. Eiden "Rd" Lad- paiga ctmirman, William F. Winter. Vir Flurry taught school in Oauo Willis Terry of Hattiesburg aration day will be held from 9:00 .mr, present president, Howard Mor- The Mississippi A.sociation for tier Vestry, Perkinston and Basin Claude Terry of Meri- The Women of the Church a. m. to ll:00 a. m. Saturday, May ,-is, Carl Prehoda and Pete Atcll- );erved supper to the members of 28. Cormnencement program for the Sunday afternoon with Mental Health feels fortunate that and Was a member of the Legis- son. "fire local Jaycees were greet- Mrs. Batson will lead Stone Coun- lature of Jackson County from Mrs. Edward Jttssley the CommLssion and their families school is scheduled at 7:30 p. m 'd with several a'ards, ty's drive for funds. 1932-36 He was a retired postmas- and in the llowship Hall preceding Friday, June 3. All boys and glrl: r of Perkinston, having served the Evening Service. from ages 3 to 16 years of age are The first award thaL was be- District Chairman Arthur E. from 1935 until his retirement lr of Hattiesburg spent u: invited to attend the school, stowed upon the Wiggins Club wa.: Spratley of Gulfport states that a 1958. , afternoon With Mrs. Juss- ":: Those on the Commission were, My. and Mrs. C. E, Dr. R L. Summers, Pastor of the Edwin J. Roberts will serve as he Outstanding President Award $60,000 goal has been set to meet mad attended in Installaton Mr. Flurry was Past Master of Secrest. First Presbyterian Church of Gulf- Principal of the Blble School. Fol- which was given to Charles E. Pratt the needs for mental health in Miss Dorothy Sandra Henze port, presiding, Dr. Kelly Unger, lowing is a list of the workers: past preside,it of the local Jaycees. Mississippi. the Masonic Idge, a mer of Perkinston Masonic Lodge, Wiggins J. Riley of Wichita Falls  Pastor of the First Presbyterian general secretary, Mrs. Glen Brel- t'he nex award that was given to "Prospects for conLrolling men- Rotary Club, Red Creek Union Saturday for a visit Miss Dorothy Sandra Henze, 19 Church of Meridian. Installation and; Pianist, Rachel Ward; Nur- .the Wigghts Jaycees was the "Come tel illness in Mississippi are bright- Baptist Church, American Legion ana Mrs. Nick Davis and year old daughter of lr. and Mrs. Sermon. Rev Harvell Jackson, Pas- sery, Mrs. Etwood Taylor and Mrs. Back Award" and this award has er", said Mr. Spratley, "but we will and held various offices in the her grand daughser, Miss M. W. :[tenze of Wiggins, Missis- tor of the First Presbyterian Betty Danzey; Beginners, Mrs. or- never been given to any club in need the hetp of every resident of Postmasrs Organizatiorts. He ser- graduate from Wiggins sippl has been awarded the Perk- Church oI Lucedale, Evening tire Moore, Jr.; Supt., Mrs. V. O. the state bfore. In fact, the a- Stone County if we are to conquer ved as president of the National inton Junior College Home Eco- Prayer; Rev. Edward Jussely, Pas- Keeny. Mrs. Boyce Holleman, Mrs. ward was originally started with a Mrs. j. H. Lawrence nomics trophy This award goes to tor of the Bay Street Presbyterian Livingston, and Warrene Watts club like Wiggins m mind Mr. Pratt mental illness.'" League of Postma,sters for the state Cra. aad Mrs. W. G. the most outstanding student Soph- Churcrt of Hattaesburg, Charged Primar Department, Mrs. B. J. Dees 'as awarded the distinct honor of The Miissippi Association for bf Miissippi for five years. He of Mansfiell, La. spent Omor Home Economics Major at the Pastor; Mr. James Finch Elder kupt., h-s. Norman Cowart, Mrs. being first alternate winner of the Mental Health supports research to avas a veteran of World War I. Pasl; visiting Mr. and Mrs Perkinston Junior College. The of the Bay Street Church Charged Charles Mathis,, Mrs. Forrest Ev- Outstanding Young Jaycee ol Mis- treat, cure, and prevent mental ill- Patten of the rn Star. Mrs Lawremce and trophy was given Ma 12, 1960 at he Congregation; and Mr. Howard ans, Mrs. Karl Perego, Mrs. Louise Lssippi. ness as well as disseminating re- , He is surv4xed by his widow. Mrs. liable information on mental ill- Gertrude Woodley Flurry; one bro- are Mrs. POwlke's the Annual Awards Day for the Secrest, Elder of the First Presby- Biaylock, and Carolyn Rowell; Jan- All the awards given to the local ness," Spratiey continued. "The ther, Addle L. Flurry, o Jackson; Ms. DOnald McArthur college. The trophy stands 5" by 10" terian Church of Meridian, brother ior Pepartment, Mrs. Jesse Block- and is gold plated on a wood base of Rev. Leroy Secrest. Scripture well, Supt. Mrs. H. C. Davis. Mrs. Jaycees was after a tremendous funds derived from the 1960 cam- five sisters, Mrs. Quennie Cumbest, guest of Mr. Me- Dorothy is a 1958 graduate of Reading. R.A. Jacobson, Mrs. laritz Breland, effort put forth by the whole club paign will be used to hetp the more of Pascagouia, Mrs. Lottie Bond, cousin Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Wiggins High School and was also Durng the Service the Adult Sadie Rouse; Intermediates DePart- the club. The Jaycees won the now patients in Mississippi mental and Mrs. Vestry Whiteslde both oIrsC.ar:%on Mrs. Elsie Davis, Karon White, and and particularly by a nucleus of than 7.000 Misslsslppia_ who are PerkiP, ston, Mrs. Myrtle Robertson Sunday. awarded the High school Home Choir sang "I Bind My Heart", and ment, Mrs. Cassle Batson, Supt., Sweep -Award for Christmas institutions and hospitals get o oi Moss Point and Mrs. John Dan and daughter-in_law," " . King andMr, graduateEcnmiCSof Award.PerkinstonShejunioriS a Co1-1960 heMrS"'Lord'sGergeprayer".Budd gave a solo Mrs. Carl Smith, Mrs. I_roy Yeager, and Religious activities, which the road to good mental health Kinsey, of Shreveport, La. Gilbert King attended lege and plans to attend Mississip- and Mrs. Ford O'Neal; Music and award was extremely competitive sooner. A positive program of corn- The Body remained at Dees Fun- of Mrs. King, s sister DI ouher for the next two years. 0oys hand work, M. Harold Maples since tl  large clubs of the state gnunity rehabilitation will enable eral Home in Wiggins tm, til May 16 Ro00is Kemp  * 0000oth,.s f in Home E To The People and Ed Robblns Taylor; Refresh- are very interested in securing this them to retain that degree of men- 4:30 .p.m. when it was taken to the funeral they drove talcs is Clothing Merchandizing ments, Mrs. E. J. Roberts, Chair- award, The local club received an ,tal health upon their discharge Red Creek Union Baptist Church to visit Mr. King's with a miner in art. She plans to I am now serving my first full man, Mrs. Vl Jones, Mrs. John award for sending and contributing from the hospital." in the Vestry Community for fun- lad a interior decotor" term as one of your Supreme Court Ward, Mrs. Harvey Lott, Mrs. John- the most material ti the Jaycee ral services. The Rev N. J. Lee Naylor of New Orleans, ournal. May is Mental Health month and and the Rev Don Stewart offlciat- the week end With his _WI(;G1 NS GRADUATES Justices from the Southern District y West, and Mrs. Ctbed Lott. the Bell Ringer campaign will be ed. Burial was in Red Creek Union and Mrs. Leroy Smith. HE, kR INSPIRING ' of Mississippi, and I am seeking re- The awards given to the local conducted in Stone County in a Cemetaxy with ,asonic rites con- and Gail Burge spent MESSAGE election on the basis of my exper- || P| l-OSn: | ICWS club ware received by them only three-pha. effort---business and end With their grand par- ience and record " after they had awarded and ac- professional solicitation, volunteer darted at the graveside. and Mrs. Ed Barge in ig-' The election will be held on Tues- complished'more than any other bell ringers calling (m homes in ArlPallbearerSO'Neal, WayneWere: Roberts.M" M. Baker,T. H. ate:dmg _-  caring' The Wiggclass heard a schoolmost inspi-grad" day, June 7, 1966, and the perfor- vIsrrINo HOURS club in the state. ,residential sections, and special Brown, Jr., Winfield Brown and Centennial rational I0 to 1 san. --  to 4 p.m. -- events to raise funds or the mental Jerry Maples. " aenclian on May message by Dr. U. Karl nance of my duties as one of your 7:00 p.m. to-8:00 p.m. The club received all the awards 'health campaign. Mesdames, Jack Bufkin o at the new sanctuary of the present Supreme Court Justices may The following patients Lave been with a great deal of pride and in- Mrs. Batson will select other out He TUne Y Cain and Mrs' Wiggins First Baptist Church. Dr. make it impossible few me to talk Perego spoke on the questons re- with all of you before the election, admitted to the Stone County Hos- formed the Jaycees of the State standing business and civic leaders MISS SUE CAMPBELL rson. They were lating to the young Students life in The following information is re- )ltal: of Mississippi that they would be n the county to assist her in meet- ENTERTAINED back next year wth a larger basket, ing the $60,000 goal. ----" in the home of Mr. reference to "where they have been" spectfully submitted for your con- Walter OWen.  , The home of Mrs. Chester Pratt "where they are now", and Where sideration. M.L. Reeves. Perkinston The local Jaycees would like for WIGGINS SENIORS AND MISS was the scene of a beautiful bridge Mrs. W. C. Scaooroug h they Will be in the future". Born in Monticello, Lawrence B.A. Itt, Wiggins, Rt. 1 Darlene Blankenship, Wiggins each and every Stone Countian" to BLASS ENTERTAINED luncheon Saturday, May 14, In Ale. Were guests of Misses A large crown was on hand to ?,mmty, Mississippi, January 21 Jerry Iott, Perkinston task. It is their sole purpose to May O'Neal. id them in acconTplishing their honor of Miss Sue Cam4abell, hear the service honoring the  ,1897. Mrs. Carolyn Roberson. Wiggins Mrs. Joel Bless and her daughter Bride-elect of Abner Straughn. Mrs. Mrs. Bill Hancock and graduates visited Mr. Hancock,s of the Wiggins 1960 Graduate of University of Mis- Mrs Leone Griffin, P/erkinston improve Stone County and sin- Miss Mike Blss ttertained the Donald McArthur was co-hostess. cerely request the help of the Wiggins Seniors and seven senior Miss Campbell and her mother, Margaxet sis- senior class, Among those present sissippl Law School 1924. A.J. Lincoln, St. Louis, Mo. people of this county doing this. on Sunday. Everette in was Mr. W. F. Bond, former State Residence of Haselhurst, Copiah I.L. Lott, Perkinston girls of St. Mary's Dominica Irt Mrs. Lewis M. Campbell and the New Orleans, La. with a supper hostesses greeted the guests as they F. Bond of Jackson was SuperintendentMississippi, and alsof formerdUcatinsuper-f CountY,MemberMiSsissippi.of Baptist Church. 1 Mrs. Freda Fairley, Wiggins, Rt. Flower and Vegetable Saturday evening, May 14 at their rrived. Luncheon was served at end guest of Mrs. W C. intendent of Wigglss schools from Veteran of World War I, with Mrs. Charlene O'Neal, Perknston Show Arran home. bridge tables on the screened porch F Masson, Jr. 190 to 1912. overseas service. Boyce Lee, Lumberton --.g'ed supper was served in the family Which was decorated with spring OrleanSMr. ai La. was ands recentbaby ion'TheofChurchMr. ,aroldChir underMaples,theassisteddirect- Member of American Legion and Otis Hatten, Wiggins, Rt. I The tone County Home Demon- room. The tables were covered with flowers. Each table had a silver aars Floy d Wig- Mrs. Rosa Lee Rawls, Perkins- stration Flower and Vegetable in the service. Invocation and Bene- Veterans of Foreign Wars. white cloth. Each table held acen- bowl filled with pansies and swel;- State Senator from the llth Dis- ton ter piece of a black graduation cap heart roses and the Wlace-card tel- Show will be held at the Old Bates filled with yellow and blue flowers, lies had pansies on them. The diction was offered by Rev. Carl trict of Mississippi 192-1940. Lloyd Wilson, Ocean Springs, building on Saturday, May 28. It Mrs. E. G, Adams oat Zates, pastor of the *Vardaman Assistant Attorney General of the Miss. spent several days Street Baptist Church_" will be open to the public from The napkins were rolled as diplom- menu consisted of broiled chicken, visiting relatives tate of Mississippi, 1941 to Sep- Reid Prehoda, Wiggins 12:30 until 4:00 P. M. Garden Clubs as and tied with yellow and blue affron rice. green beans, Jellied Wiggins. and After the service a reception was tember, 1950. Mrs, Wilma Doris Havens, Gulf- are invited to exhibit in the show ribbons. Blacl and white nut cups fruit salad, hot rolls, ice cream enloyed n the Edueatiinal Buildisg Cunningham and her Appointed as one of the Commis- port marked each guest's place. Black with macaroon sauce petit fours, and son_in.law Y the class members and their ' Mr. and aellies. moners of the Supreme Court of W.W. Gartman, Saucier Arrangements and classifications and white colors of Domineca and and coffee. HOWell" of Lucedal Mississippi in September, 1950. Albert Alexander, Wiggins to be published later, blue and yellow of Wiggins school After lunch, bridge was plaYed In in Jackson With MY. MISS BLASE HONORED AT Elected as one of the Justices of Miss Faith Davis, Wiggins were carried out. SUpper was scrv- the living room. High score was BRUNCH the Supreme Court from the South- Hal Fowlkes. Wiggins BIG LEVEL SINGING SCHOOL ed buffet, made by Mrs. Boyce Holleman, Mrs. Billy Hinto'n aru Guests of Miss Blass for the Mrs. A. J. Alexander received sec- Nashville are o - ern District of Mississippi in 1952. Mrs. Dimple Dedeaux, Perkinston. TO BE HELD with Mr lin- endig -- I shall very much appreciate the Rt. 2 'week end from New Orleans were: ond prize and Mrs. Charles Mathls Mrs. Clarence Hinton is," con's Peren  mul ..rs..Biass,Jack Schillinga senior honoredof New MSSor_ privilege of continuing to serve as Mrs. Irene Austin, Perkinston The Annual inging Sohool will Misses Sharon Trhele, Inda Mr- won the bingo prize: Miss Campbell " leans with a brunch on Saturday, one of your Supreme Court Justices. Mrs. Blanche Hester, Wiggins, Rt. begin at the Big Level School Mon- cante, Sharon Ryan, Mary ve- was presented with a dinner plate eMrrofN-.-,,n'Yandell May 14 in her home. If reelected, I Promise to continue 2 day morning of next Wek May lyn Crrler, Margie Earnest, Mar- in her chosen china pattern. Mr a ut[Drt lnt " Mrs V l ]Brunch was served buffet from to render faithful, fearless, lmpar- Austin thattle, Perkinston 2rd and continue through June aret Ellen S4mmons, Virginia Prez. al atte " "  dining Mrs. Louisa Oochran, Wiggins, 3rd under the direction of Vldet MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB nded graduation room. In the center of tial diligent and con-peten.t public MISS MIDDLETON FETED AT yilis._M the dining table was a graduation service. Rt. 1 Polk, Bobby Burnett, and Miss Vlr- ORGANIZED and 1 doll I earnestly solicit your vote and Colored ginia Dare Breland. The Morning COKE PARTY ymer  entwined with ivy and daises.  were UPOn their arrival Miss Bless influence. Mayzelier Henderson, Wiggins latums will begin at 9 A. M. and At an informal meeting held May home. . in the mad her mother, Mrs. Joel Bless Sincerely, Walter Ollmer. Perkinston the evening Classes at 7:30 P.M. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. B. 16, 1960 at 8: p.m. at the home of Mrs. James l,,a n Were presented corsages. Miss Bless' R. olney Arrington DISCHARGED the school is free and all lovers of Campbell and her daughter, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. L Blanks, 3202 . Uulf State  a- corsage was white carnations with Fred Berry, Wiggins merican Fo "-,n So- One of the Supreme Com-t Gospel Music and all singers have Nine Campbell entertaned in their Hardy, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a Justices From the Southern a special invitation to attend. The orde with a Coke party, honoring znuslc appreciation club was organ- 12a. rests at Alex a graduate head centering the cr- Mrs. Mary Flurry lY 12  sage. She wore a white linen District of MlsXAssippi and Mrs. Laura I-Itten. Wiggins, Rt. ling School is sponsored by the Miss Bunny Middleton, a Wglns lzed to be known as the "Hattles- 15. sheath dress With a navy por,,ket. Candidate for Re-election Tri-Cousty Siriging Convention. Senior. burg Organ Club." The following is vlsitifi " and Mrs. The guest# were served a fruit on Tuesday, June 7. 1960 1 The honoree wore a lavender officers were elected to serve 1 year; Mr t. IPetera. Samuel Swilley, Perkinston The sfnging school will open with luice cocktail with -hors d'ouvers Read, Approved and Subscribed by Mrs. Edna Brooks, Perkinston n afternoon Singing Convention /dress and was presented a corsage president, Mr. J, L. Blanks, vice Mrs. RoyRls ia Mr. on the sun aorch. The honoree led R. Olney Arrington Mrs. Erma Jones, Saucier atilt, next Sunday, May 22rid at 2 P. M. iof lavender of larkspurs, her moth- president, Mrs. J. O. Cox, ?|ospltal- at the Big Level Sohool. Bobby mr, Mrs. T. E. Middlet0n, was also ity chairman, Mrs. J. L Blanks, all her  into the dining room Mrs. Betty Hegwood, Wiggins Barnett and Miss Breland will given a corsage, of Hattiesburg, and secretary-treas. Dare Brela! and where they served' themelves from MISS BLASE FETED Reid Prehoda. Wiggins each private lessons in Voice and The guests were served cokes, urer, Mrs. L. D. Lander, Wiggins. Shoemake and Mt the Imffet table. They were seated Mrs. James --Davis and Mrs. W.F. J. H Moody, Brooklyn Piano as well as class lessons and canapes and cookie& Those attend- The purpose of the Hattiesburg andat Mr'A'%ert AlliatonHotme InThethe hoetellvln roOmpreaentat tableS.Miss Bless andStraUbthe hinedwlgglns MiSSenloraMikewith4aSSa I.JerryL. Lott,Ltt' PerkinstonPerkisstln Rudiments of Music and Harmony. ing were, Misses Gill Davis, Bar- Organ Club shall be to bring toget- on tlay eve. with a gift. - Videt Polk, one of the Nations lead- ,tra Breland, Rebecca Ford, Mike 1er 'people who axe interested in   Mr. W } _.hlllbMra was assisted in TheatreSattuxlaypartYev.ing.at GIG-Drive In on portMrs' Wllme DOris Havens, Gulf- lng Teachers in 1 Music will Blass and her house guests from the organ whether or not they are ; ad'"Ola, 8[Misa" ""'' ..... y Smy  and W.W. Teach Class Work and Song Dir- New Orleans, La. The hosteems owners of the instrument; to en- LYman aae   Sixtee The seniors and Miss Bless' house Oartman, Saucier ection and will be Supt. of the presented Miss Middleton with a ttrage their enpoyment of good SUnda - Mbr. [ girls from n senior guests were given a card saying Darlene Blankenchip, ,Wiggins School. gift. organ music; to aid in their ac- nd Mrs ,L y afaoon [r ...... Wiggins and St. Mary's Mrs. 01mrlene Oeal and daugh- quisition of playing techniques and t nt L- Miller of l'''amaca SCllO01S atteie. "Have a Coke on Mike" and a Mrs,mH. aY I,_ ---'" grain @f popcorn which gave them ter, Perkinston Tuxechena News evei -- [a bag of popcorn when presented Robert Lott, Wiggins WIGGINS HIGH SCHOOL skills; and to help them share the ay, the Mill"  -ttsJX,-:and Mrs. B. O. Ratson leCt ATHLETES ENTERTAINED good fellowship of a comon musical" rove to ,,". and Mrs. ,,,may to visit Mr and ...... " at the concession stand. The plc- Albert Alexander, Wiggins -- interest. ..... ey Ba r. mr- tare IAI Abner was enjoyed by Lonnie Stricklad, Wiggins, Rt.[ -- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Breland and next scheduled meeting will :r a La . Where tson and family in 1 The Wiggins High School Ath- The uza.-,----'-" ,m-t, O'- - McAI, everyone. ' spoke -- ,ue- ._ Mrs. Fred ltirley and daughter0 lets were entertained by Ernest :hildren of St. Louis, Mo. visited be June 9, 1960 at 8: p.m. at Olin- Church t at the  aa. Lela Bexter mrul ....... Yeager and Son with a Ityrlde 'relitives here last week. Mrs. Frank on-Harrington Music Company, re-  I,  .... ,aagnr SENIOR Cl., ENTEIAINED Wiggins, P,,t. I  ""- exter, Mrs. Cra and weiner roast at Ashe Lake Bond accom'panied them to New ffaurel, Mississippi. Hildegard Sill BT MRS. MIDDLETON Lloyd Wilson, Ocean Springs MrS.and JameSTommyBrownof a! Jordan and daughter Miss Mau- Colored *rhursday evening, May 12. Orleans Thursday where they visit- and Bill Austin, two outstanding _ a and Mrs. .... ed Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cothern and and versatile musicians from Cln- rle ordan Mary Hele The senior class and their spon- Mayzeller Henderson, Wiggins All football, baseball, basketball, <laughter and Mr. and Mrs. Morris cinatti, Ohio. will be featured in a Sunday with Mr.   were recest visitors in the sots, Mrs. Ruth James and Mr, and BIRTHS uthlets are invited. There were ond and baby. Mrs. Bond re- clever piano-organ duet of interest. O. Chaduationand exercisesattended  of Mr. and Mrs. ,. H. Bat- . Jack Miller, were entertained Mr. and Mrs. Shirley OrNeels 45 present. Coach and Mrs. Jack urned to her home with her son ing arrangements from 'Bach to Mrs. Jack McHenry and daughter With an informal party In the home Perkinston, Miss., a daughter, Me- Miller, Coach and Mrs. E. J. Mad- md daug.hter-in-law Friday even- Pops' This concert will be present- lrown,s niece Miss Miss Breland gradttted. Jackle McI-nry of Mrs. T. E. Ml{ldleton, Friday lissa Darlene, born May 12, 1960. den, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling, ng. ed for the public by the Clinton- attended the lght. May lSth, honoring Miss Mr. and Mrs. Paul Falrley, Rt. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Yeager enjoyed Mrs Hlldridge Lott and her son Harrington lusic Company, and Baccalaureate Service Sunday after unny MtddietmL Co-Hostemms was Wiggins, Miss., a daughter, Paula the outing. The weiners were do- Larry were Hattfeburg visitors Fri- Johnson's Music Company, Hat Mm.  OooL Ky, born Msy 12, 19. ted by Happ Acrea dsy. uesmn.