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(Stone Count),) Mississippi Thursday, May 19, 1960 R ENGAGEMENT Webster Wiggins :he e:Wagcmcnt and ap- ma:&apos;.ae of their daugh. I Davis - Gordon Vows Oh Promise Me. She was accom- centered ith a three tiered vO- partied at the organ by Miss Bunny dins cake decreased in while and Exchanged Middleto, who eke played the tra- surrounded with fern. On either side .... ditiona] wedding marches, was a crystel candelabra holding The First Baptist Church of Mrs. Harv(.y S'!:,aul, mother of white tapers. W_ggn was the .setting Tuesday the bride wore a pink lace dress After the bride and groom cut the at-ternc.on for the wedding of Miss and ascessories and a rorsage of traditional first slice of wedding Betty Mac Gordon. daughter of purple iris. , cake it was cut and served by the Mrs. Harvey Spaul of Wiggip.s and Following the ceremony, a re-i bride's aunt and Mrs. Olive Hardy Terrel Edmon Davis, son of M.'r. ception honoring the nev.ly weds assisted by Miss Edwina Viggin:; Claude Davis and the late Mrs. was held in the church parlor, dec- and Mrs. E C. Little. lousin of the Claude Davis of Wiggins. orated in magnolia branches and blossoms and two white princess Given in marriage by her step baskets holding magnolia blossoms. father. Mr. Harvey Spaul, Miss Assistine rne couple in reemwng Gordon Wore a full length gown of guests were their parents and Mrs. white net and nylon lace. Forrest Evans and members el the The gown was fashioned with a, wedding party. lull 11owing skirt over which was The bride's table was revered coy- an apron effect of nylon lace and with a wlnte linen cut, work cloth ered with a white linen cloth witi a fitted bodice with long sleeves ............................. ending in calla points at the wrist. Her veil of illusion was held in place by a coronet of seed pearls and rhinestones. She carried a white bible with a white orchid surround- ed by lilies of the valsy on top.. Satin streamers, tic in love knots Vfgm:s to Kehle Lu- ffell from the bouquet. of :,h-. and Mrs. j, K. Lu- The ceremony was performed by i Pu:'v::. Miss.. Dr, U. K. Perego. pastor, before an W , ,, archway of magnolia blossoms and , "- ,s. s a raduate of 'magnolia branches. On either side E:/4 7.'&h,I md is now were two cathedrial randelaoras !) n;,lv(--,i a,: tim Citizens holding tM1 white tapers. White 1.: IL,'. :c.bu:.g. :- a .... ,, sali bows marked the family .... ,qat- of Pur- Pews, h S hol a:d is a ,- now m Mrs. Kennebh Hand, sister of the "'',:-Yiiq)i Slate Univer_ bride served as matron of honor. ,,c, > :.majrin{; in Agri- Mrs. Hand wore an aqua chiffon over taffeta dress and carried a ' will Take place at. purple iris corsage. Acting as best P,:u i:-, C nw.,% at 3:00 man was his brother-in-law. For- 8::dLv 'r"i:-c 12 The Public rest Evans. Winfield Alexander and ...... _.._.__... Archie Batson were ushers. OlelClR. Miss Peggy Davis of Gulfport was soloist for the xxiding singing l'Arlt IR II&fjg A1 The Lord's Prayer, Because, and Linoleum & Tile lligins Floor  Aluminllum Awmlngs  Venetian Bflnds Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting TIRE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE BALIUS FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St.  Biloxi, Miss. {; . Sahsfactlon Guaranteed,, ID 2-5252 8-9649 IF INTERESTED__CALL WARREN WATTS--WA The punch table was covered wih a mhite linen lloth fith cry- stal candelabra holding white tap- ers was on either side. Miss Jill Davis presided at the lrystal pu'Ach !)owl assisting was Miss Shirley Kcmedy. The register table was also PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION OF STATE OF MISSISSIPPI HOUSE CONCURRENT [icy. No person shah be required RESOLUTION NO. 43 [by an employer to become or remain a member of any labor A concurrent resolution subJunion or labor organization as mitting an amendment to Art.i-In condition of employment or cle 7 of the Constitution of thelcontinuation of employment by State of Mississippi of 1890 solsuch employer. No person shall as to add an additional sectionlbe re.quired by an employer to thereto, to be numbered "c-aoslam or retrain zrom mem- tion 198-A," in order to guar.!bership in any labor union or antee that the mght of persons l.aDor orgamzat:on as a condi- to work shall not be denied or t4,n of employment or con- abridged on accoun of mere- dnvation oi employment No bership or nonmemoership in employer sEMi require any a labor umon or labor organ-person, as a condition of em- ization, and declaring tie Dub-!pioyment or continuatmn of lic policy of this state in'thislemployment, to pay anv dues, regard. Ifees or ether charges "of any ,, . lkind to any labor union or Be it resolved by me t,egis-llabor or ...... " --  .... - { | ganzatlon ny v-a,, Iature of the State of Mms.s-who ms- -" -'" - sippi, two thirds of the Senate}me n. y ve acmes, em, p,oy- ......  or t)e aepriveu oI con- and house oz epresentanves *inuatio--  ;- ,- - - . concurrin therein Th :h ".... "' u a,s employment m ........... viomnon of any era ra h of following amendment to Arti .... - . P g P tins section snell be entitled to cle 7 of the Constitution of the recover from such employer State of Mississippi of I90 be and from any other person, uby2ttte#e tsth: qUar]a{{d.;e:nl firm, corporation or association , c , tacnng m concert with him by or rejection at an election to Dearoriat  action in "- ....... leld on the,hrst Tuesday after of this stae such actual dam the first Monday in June, 1960 " """ to-wit: ages as he may have sustained by reason of such denial or deprivation of employment. The provisions of this section shah not apply to any lawful contract in force on the effec- tive date of this section, but they shall apply to all contracts thereafter entered into and to any renewal or extension of an existing contract thereafter occurring. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any employer or employee under the jurisdiction of the Federal Railway Labor Act. ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rpril 14, 1960 Walter Sillers Speaker of the House of Representatives ADOPTED BY THE SENATE April 28, 1960 Paul B. Johnson President of the Senate Section 198-A. It is hereb' declared to be the public policy of Mississippi that the right of a person or persons to work shall not be denied or abridged on account of membership or nonmembership in any labor union or labor organization. Any agreement or combination between any employer and any labor union or labor organiza- tion whereby any person not a member of such union or or- ganization shall be denied the right to work for an employer, or whereby such membership is made a condition of employ-i ment or cont!nuatlen of em-I ployment by such emp!oyer, orl whereby any such union or or-I ganization acquires an employ- l ment monopoly in any enter-t prise, is hereby declared t,o be an illegal combination or con-I siracy and against public pol-I now you can ADD O n wonderful ? --< ! .! ... GCIS The central gas heating system in your home can now be converted into a central gas air conditioning system at minimum cost. Yes, your whole house can be cooled with fresh, fil- tered, dehumidified air.., and you'll Conditioning SAVE MONEY on utility bills! Get lov< first cost, lower operating cost, LOWEST maintenance cost. Nationally-known manufacturers are now producing gas air conditioners for installation OUTSIDE THE HOUSE. No cooling tower needed. No floor space sacrificed. A simple cooling coil is mounted on your urnace or in a main duct. Absorption and compressor types available. Now, before the extreme heat o summer, see your heating and air con. ditioning dealer or your gas company for details and FREKESTIMATE. Do it today' UNI'rEEI SERVINO THE GU[.F 80UTH Ot 'j still your I;ii111t81 blrn a boml of white daisies on qne side. Miss &anne Spiers was in" charge. For travel Mrs, Davis wore a yel- low linen sheath dress and tan ah- e:ssone and an orlhid hirage, They left on a wedding trip to Florida. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis of New Orleans. La Mr. and Mrs. E, T. Adams ot Gulf port ; Mrs. Elton Parker of L',wc,aale; Mrs. Olive Hardy. Mrs, I this day of fun. ['7. C. IAttle and son, Thomas Hardy/ l_it;e of Brookhaven. I ALEXANDER REUNION TO 1AE) fIELD ] ""-'%" --- "-: - I The Annual Alexander Reunion otice To Fishermen will be held Sunday, May 22 at the  GET YOUR BAIT AT a.me of Mr and rrs a. S lurry i BUSTER'S PLACE Friends and relatives are invited WORMS - MINNOWS tO come and bring-, their lunell [ & CRAWFISH which will be served Picnic style. 5 MILES EAST OF WIGGI[1N$ Come one! Come all! and enjoy] ON HIGHWAY If You Have " ,, .-,diner h fa, T. 4ell. An Enterprise Classified ,d Will Sell it. I)R. C. A. ENGLE CIIIROPRACTOR WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS Mon., Wed., Thurs., FrL 10 a.m.-12 N -- 1-5 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday10 a.m.-7 pan. Next To O'Neal's Gift Center PiamPetal. Miss. Telephone Jll 4-5501 P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. QUALITY CONCRETE MASONERY Made In Mississippi By Mississippians BUILD FOR PERMANENCY (/lacier Club-- Cream / GAL. FLUFFO, 3 lb. ean__69e New 7 foot-- WOOL BAGS, ea&---$1 King Size-- Coca-Cola Ctn. e[ 124900 ;uaranteed Fresh, Pure-- LARD, 251b. can_ 50lb. can Linoleum RUGS, 6x9 _ $2.95; 9x12 $4.95 I Year Guaranteed gARDEN HOSE, 50ft. __ $139 gARDEN HOSE, 2_50ft. _2.49 liced 111 3,s. ___ Aunt Jemima-- 51bs. 65.00 41 / Bright 2.95 4.95 i'".,., ,.. fabrics Reg. 35c 2 Lb. $ Vae Can 1.39 Nabisco, Reg. 35c, Vanilla-- Wafers, 12 oz. box_2% II I I White-_ Corn Meal, 10 lbs._4% Amonia-- NITRATE, 100 lbs. __3.85 Buy Motor Oil By The Case and Save Hovoline--- Motor Oil, 3 qts. 1.00 Case of 24 qts. _6.98 Texaco--- Motor Oil, 4 qts. .... 1.00 Case of 24 qts. 5.50 S. MEAL, ton Wheat SHORTS 100 lbs. .... 2.95 500 lbs. or More ...... 2.75 FERTILIZER 5-10-5, ton 35.95 i fi-8-8, ton 38.50 i Nitrale Of SODA, ton 54.00 I Essex Refined-- Motor Oil, 4 qts. 5% Case of 24 qts. 3.25 I II I Ernest Yeager & Sons Inc. WIGGINS LUCEDALE GULFPORT I (Stone Count),) Mississippi Thursday, May 19, 1960 R ENGAGEMENT Webster Wiggins :he e:Wagcmcnt and ap- ma:'.ae of their daugh. I Davis - Gordon Vows Oh Promise Me. She was accom- centered ith a three tiered vO- partied at the organ by Miss Bunny ding cake decreased in while and Exchanged Middleto, who eke played the tra- surrounded with fern. On either side .... ditiona] wedding marches, was a crystel candelabra holding The First Baptist Church of Mrs. Harv(.y S'!:,aul, mother of white tapers. W_ggn was the .setting Tuesday the bride wore a pink lace dress After the bride and groom cut the at-ternc.on for the wedding of Miss and ascessories and a rorsage of traditional first slice of wedding Betty Mac Gordon. daughter of purple iris. , cake it was cut and served by the Mrs. Harvey Spaul of Wiggip.s and Following the ceremony, a re-i bride's aunt and Mrs. Olive Hardy Terrel Edmon Davis, son of M.'r. ception honoring the nev.ly weds assisted by Miss Edwina Viggin:; Claude Davis and the late Mrs. was held in the church parlor, dec- and Mrs. E C. Little. lousin of the Claude Davis of Wiggins. orated in magnolia branches and blossoms and two white princess Given in marriage by her step baskets holding magnolia blossoms. father. Mr. Harvey Spaul, Miss Assistine rne couple in reemwng Gordon Wore a full length gown of guests were their parents and Mrs. white net and nylon lace. Forrest Evans and members el the The gown was fashioned with a, wedding party. lull 11owing skirt over which was The bride's table was revered coy- an apron effect of nylon lace and with a wlnte linen cut, work cloth ered with a white linen cloth witi a fitted bodice with long sleeves ............................. ending in calla points at the wrist. Her veil of illusion was held in place by a coronet of seed pearls and rhinestones. She carried a white bible with a white orchid surround- ed by lilies of the valsy on top.. Satin streamers, tic in love knots Vfgm:s to Kehle Lu- ffell from the bouquet. of :,h-. and Mrs. j, K. Lu- The ceremony was performed by i Pu:'v::. Miss.. Dr, U. K. Perego. pastor, before an W , ,, archway of magnolia blossoms and , "- ,s. s a raduate of 'magnolia branches. On either side E:/4 7.'&h,I md is now were two cathedrial randelaoras !) n;,lv(--,i a,: tim Citizens holding tM1 white tapers. White 1.: IL,'. :c.bu:.g. :- a .... ,, sali bows marked the family .... ,qat- of Pur- Pews, h S hol a:d is a ,- now m Mrs. Kennebh Hand, sister of the "'',:-Yiiq)i Slate Univer_ bride served as matron of honor. ,,c, > :.majrin{; in Agri- Mrs. Hand wore an aqua chiffon over taffeta dress and carried a ' will Take place at. purple iris corsage. Acting as best P,:u i:-, C nw.,% at 3:00 man was his brother-in-law. For- 8::dLv 'r"i:-c 12 The Public rest Evans. Winfield Alexander and ...... _.._.__... Archie Batson were ushers. OlelClR. Miss Peggy Davis of Gulfport was soloist for the xxiding singing l'Arlt IR II&fjg A1 The Lord's Prayer, Because, and Linoleum & Tile lligins Floor  Aluminllum Awmlngs  Venetian Bflnds Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting TIRE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE BALIUS FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St.  Biloxi, Miss. {; . Sahsfactlon Guaranteed,, ID 2-5252 8-9649 IF INTERESTED__CALL WARREN WATTS--WA The punch table was covered wih a mhite linen lloth fith cry- stal candelabra holding white tap- ers was on either side. Miss Jill Davis presided at the lrystal pu'Ach !)owl assisting was Miss Shirley Kcmedy. The register table was also PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION OF STATE OF MISSISSIPPI HOUSE CONCURRENT [icy. No person shah be required RESOLUTION NO. 43 [by an employer to become or remain a member of any labor A concurrent resolution subJunion or labor organization as mitting an amendment to Art.i-In condition of employment or cle 7 of the Constitution of thelcontinuation of employment by State of Mississippi of 1890 solsuch employer. No person shall as to add an additional sectionlbe re.quired by an employer to thereto, to be numbered "c-aoslam or retrain zrom mem- tion 198-A," in order to guar.!bership in any labor union or antee that the mght of persons l.aDor orgamzat:on as a condi- to work shall not be denied or t4,n of employment or con- abridged on accoun of mere- dnvation oi employment No bership or nonmemoership in employer sEMi require any a labor umon or labor organ-person, as a condition of em- ization, and declaring tie Dub-!pioyment or continuatmn of lic policy of this state in'thislemployment, to pay anv dues, regard. Ifees or ether charges "of any ,, . lkind to any labor union or Be it resolved by me t,egis-llabor or ...... " --  .... - { | ganzatlon ny v-a,, Iature of the State of Mms.s-who ms- -" -'" - sippi, two thirds of the Senate}me n. y ve acmes, em, p,oy- ......  or t)e aepriveu oI con- and house oz epresentanves *inuatio--  ;- ,- - - . concurrin therein Th :h ".... "' u a,s employment m ........... viomnon of any era ra h of following amendment to Arti .... - . P g P tins section snell be entitled to cle 7 of the Constitution of the recover from such employer State of Mississippi of I90 be and from any other person, uby2ttte#e tsth: qUar]a{{d.;e:nl firm, corporation or association , c , tacnng m concert with him by or rejection at an election to Dearoriat  action in "- ....... leld on the,hrst Tuesday after of this stae such actual dam the first Monday in June, 1960 " """ to-wit: ages as he may have sustained by reason of such denial or deprivation of employment. The provisions of this section shah not apply to any lawful contract in force on the effec- tive date of this section, but they shall apply to all contracts thereafter entered into and to any renewal or extension of an existing contract thereafter occurring. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any employer or employee under the jurisdiction of the Federal Railway Labor Act. ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rpril 14, 1960 Walter Sillers Speaker of the House of Representatives ADOPTED BY THE SENATE April 28, 1960 Paul B. Johnson President of the Senate Section 198-A. It is hereb' declared to be the public policy of Mississippi that the right of a person or persons to work shall not be denied or abridged on account of membership or nonmembership in any labor union or labor organization. Any agreement or combination between any employer and any labor union or labor organiza- tion whereby any person not a member of such union or or- ganization shall be denied the right to work for an employer, or whereby such membership is made a condition of employ-i ment or cont!nuatlen of em-I ployment by such emp!oyer, orl whereby any such union or or-I ganization acquires an employ- l ment monopoly in any enter-t prise, is hereby declared t,o be an illegal combination or con-I siracy and against public pol-I now you can ADD O n wonderful ? --< ! .! ... GCIS The central gas heating system in your home can now be converted into a central gas air conditioning system at minimum cost. Yes, your whole house can be cooled with fresh, fil- tered, dehumidified air.., and you'll Conditioning SAVE MONEY on utility bills! Get lov< first cost, lower operating cost, LOWEST maintenance cost. Nationally-known manufacturers are now producing gas air conditioners for installation OUTSIDE THE HOUSE. No cooling tower needed. No floor space sacrificed. A simple cooling coil is mounted on your urnace or in a main duct. Absorption and compressor types available. Now, before the extreme heat o summer, see your heating and air con. ditioning dealer or your gas company for details and FREKESTIMATE. Do it today' UNI'rEEI SERVINO THE GU[.F 80UTH OAllflll your I;ii111t81 blrn a boml of white daisies on qne side. Miss &anne Spiers was in" charge. For travel Mrs, Davis wore a yel- low linen sheath dress and tan ah- e:ssone and an orlhid hirage, They left on a wedding trip to Florida. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis of New Orleans. La Mr. and Mrs. E, T. Adams ot Gulf port ; Mrs. Elton Parker of L',wc,aale; Mrs. Olive Hardy. Mrs, I this day of fun. ['7. C. IAttle and son, Thomas Hardy/ l_it;e of Brookhaven. I ALEXANDER REUNION TO 1AE) fIELD ] ""-'%" --- "-: - I The Annual Alexander Reunion otice To Fishermen will be held Sunday, May 22 at the  GET YOUR BAIT AT a.me of Mr and rrs a. S lurry i BUSTER'S PLACE Friends and relatives are invited WORMS - MINNOWS tO come and bring-, their lunell [ & CRAWFISH which will be served Picnic style. 5 MILES EAST OF WIGGI[1N$ Come one! Come all! and enjoy] ON HIGHWAY If You Have " ,, .-,diner h fa, T. 4ell. An Enterprise Classified ,d Will Sell it. I)R. C. A. ENGLE CIIIROPRACTOR WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS Men., Wed., Thurs., FrL 10 a.m.-12 N -- 1-5 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday10 a.m.-7 pan. Next To O'Neal's Gift Center PiamPetal. Miss. Telephone Jll 4-5501 P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. QUALITY CONCRETE MASONERY Made In Mississippi By Mississippians BUILD FOR PERMANENCY (/lacier Club-- Cream / GAL. FLUFFO, 3 lb. ean__69e FAI(t0000MIX, 3 for ...... $i New 7 foot-- WOOL BAGS, ea&---$1 King Size-- Coca-Cola Ctn. e[ 124900 ;uaranteed Fresh, Pure-- LARD, 251b. can_ 50lb. can Linoleum RUGS, 6x9 _ $2.95; 9x12 $4.95 I Year Guaranteed gARDEN HOSE, 50ft. __ $139 gARDEN HOSE, 2_50ft. _2.49 liced 111 3,s. ___ Aunt Jemima-- 51bs. 65.00 41 / Bright 2.95 4.95 i'".,., ,.. fabrics Reg. 35c 2 Lb. $ Vae Can 1.39 Nabisco, Reg. 35c, Vanilla-- Wafers, 12 oz. box_2% II I I White-_ Corn Meal, 10 lbs._4% Amonia-- NITRATE, 100 lbs. __3.85 Buy Motor Oil By The Case and Save Hovoline--- Motor Oil, 3 qts. 1.00 Case of 24 qts. _6.98 Texaco--- Motor Oil, 4 qts. .... 1.00 Case of 24 qts. 5.50 S. MEAL, ton Wheat SHORTS 100 lbs. .... 2.95 500 lbs. or More ...... 2.75 FERTILIZER 5-10-5, ton 35.95 i fi-8-8, ton 38.50 i Nitrale Of SODA, ton 54.00 I Essex Refined-- Motor Oil, 4 qts. 5% Case of 24 qts. 3.25 I II I Ernest Yeager & Sons Inc. WIGGINS LUCEDALE GULFPORT I