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b/ Y&lt;Z THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE ! s a Counselor in the freshman MISS BLASS HONORED ] ,,irls' classes. At present she is era- / ployed by the Mobile County Miss 1vrike Blab, who will gra-I School System as Commerce teach- duate in New Orleans from "St. I er. Mary's Dominican, wins honorce at I CAMPBELL SttAW ENGAGFMENT ANNOUN(ED 4 Seiep.ce de';rv from Mississippi Soui]cr;l Cqh';e, Hal tici)urg, Miss. While nt SouHlern. Miss Caml;,H1 served as Marsllall of the Eu?lta. Delta Ehqta, sorority, of which she is u member; was a 'Dixie Dar}ing" and a member of their special "Show Group", a Sellior Senator, served as Presideilt, of the Sellior Girl's dormitory and was a member of tile Wometls' Af- lairs Board. She completed the, Patricia Stevens Charm course, which was an additional feature offered at Southern, and served Mr. and Mrs. Julian Banks ampbell of Wiggins, Miss., an- nounce the eng'agement of their duughter, Nina Baon Campbell, to Mr. Philip Boyd Shaw of Pas- cagoula, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Shaw of Gulfport, MAss. Miss Canpbell graduated with |mnors from Wiggins High School. tShe attended Perkinston Junior College for her freshman year. While at Perkinston she was a 'rPerket", a memlx of the Girl's Choir and el tim Girl's Ensemble. She received her Bachelor of ......... __ _ = FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF st LUVERS * EVE STRIPPING E TERMITE SHI LDS E st ALUMIN[M SCRE NS, Custom Made VENTING ALl, TYPES OF IIEATERS & FANS A. D. lIAR]' HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Mr. Shaw graduated from Gttlf- ,)rt High School. He attended tile Uniw,rsity of Mississippi his fresh- nlan year. He received his Bache- lor of Siel]ce degree from Missis- ;il:pi Soutllcrn College. While there he was Rush Chairman and Cell- t;or of Kappa Alpha. fraternity, a member of tile ROTC program whereby h:, received his Com- mission as Second Lieutenant upon graduation. At present Mr. Shaw is :al.Aoyed by Cutter-Karcher Shoe 'Compa,.y as manager of the shoe .department in West Brothers De- partment Store in Pascagoula, Miss. Tile weddinq is to be solenmized June nineteenth at the First Bap- tist Church of WiggLns, Mississippi. MRS. FAYE FERRELL SELECTED SECRETARY TO STATE SEA a; coke party given by Mrs. Robert 'Rs'gaq, Saturday afternoon at two thirty. Miss Blass is the daugllter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bless. She was dress- ed m a white shark skin suit, with white aceeories. Mrs. Regan wore a blue silk linen dress. The party was held in tile den and cokes and dips were served buffet. Mss Blass was presented an evening bag and earrings by tile hostess. Those that attended be';ides the honoree, were her house guests fronl New Orleans and Miss Bunny Middleton, Miss Rebecca Ford and 1Viiss Ertara Breland, Wiggins Seniors. >i ,:!Ub l!:c3tre i.1 P..I Mrs. Faye Ferrell, freshman stu- dent nurse at Matty Herse Hospital ill Meridian was recently elected Secretary of the State of Mississi'p- pi Student Nm'ses A.woeiation. She is tile wife oi Mr. Ryan Ferrell and i the former Faye Re eves, daui01ter i of Mrs. C. W. B6nd, grand daushter ' GL0 DroVE-', N -W&Y O, No'r Open Friday & Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday Spencer Tracy In BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK in cinemope andcolor PLUS CARTOON ] Wednesday & Thursday May 25 & 26 Show Starts Promptly at 7 p, m. CI-ClL S.DEMILL'S CoM. THE TSN MNDMENTS PRMOr mcrvR TECHNICOLOR q, !tJLof The original Un-eut Version. of TIlE TEN COMMANDMENTS first .lime shown at regular price. One show only, each night. Picture " ;ridai" " Ra|llrdav  * LEX BARKEP.MARA CORDAY STEPHEN MctdJ.Y i'LUS CARTOON Sunday, Monday & Tuesda) COLB.DML'S MMJNDMENTS A PARtOVNT J4CTU TECHNICI.OR  The original Un-cut Version of TIlE TEN COMMANDME N'iS fist time shown at regular price. Wednesday & Thursday N'_  ! Phone WA 8-,1483  Sireet Wiggin_ last slightly over four hours. Zt2 2RTOON IF YOU'RE li CHEVY OWNER 10U BELONG T0 THE LIRIIE00T OWNER GROUP IN THE WORLD! (IF YOU DON'T, YOU'RE INVITED TO BECOME A MEMBER.) It took a lot of doing to build up the largest owner population in the world--the 17 million people who own hevrolets. We're ,proud of our local Chevrolet owners, proud to serve them, and proud to be a part of the unique owner relations program that keeps Chevy owners the happiest drivers in the world. You see, we work hand in glove with the Department of Owner Relations of the Chevrolet Motor Division as far as we know. the only department of its kind in the industryto make sure that every customer of ours is treated as someone special. Why'? Because Chevy owners ARE special. It means that when you buy a new Chevrolet from us, you ste>into the most carefully engineered low-priced car ever built. It means that you can depend on us to maintain your car's performance and safely with ex- pert and reasonably priced service. And it means that when it's time to trade your Chevy, you deal with one of our professional salesmen who take a PERSONAL interest in your motoring pleasure. If vou're not al- ready a Chevy owner, why not stop in soon and find out how easy it is to join this grot, made up of the most cared-for customers in the world. Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, STRAI:B TIIEATRE TO SIIOW in the middle of each performane 'TEN-COMMANDMENTS The Glo Drlve Izl will show The .. ...... Ten Cmu]andme:ts on Wednesday Tile mana_',anent of Tile Stmub and Thursday May 25 and 26 The Theatre, and Th"@ Glo Drive In ia show uill begin prom'ptly at seven t)roud to announce that the tile- : P. In. atres of Wiggins haxe again been Tile public is urger to take advan- elected to show the motion picture tage el tlis pportumty to see ihs Tile Ten Commatlctmcnts. This is the gretates ot all motion pictares, considered an honor, s_illee Wiggins ever produced ill be one of the very first lowns m the South for this picture to be A'T'r'qD C-PPOIC3R Dr417A shoun ill, at. regular prices. Thcq'e will be no increase in the admis- sion price of this showing. Due to the extreme length of ihe S,attlr(,, there will be only one pic- ture shown each night, and the Fublic is urged to con:e early in or- der not to miss any part of this ,tremendous 'produetion, Tile Ten Conlula:]dilients will be shown ill It/e orlgintl ull-cllt Yersion, and one Mowing u i!l last slightely over four llollr:% Tile pic,!lce :.::trt. Sillday May ?2. a Tie Stra:ib T1)tilFe. t)l'olll- t):5" at Ihrea o'elek for o;?e lmtinee showing. I will be shown Monday md Tucc, day May 23 and 21 for e',.':?iniT per:ormanees. Tt, even -k k r LOOK BIGGES HORSE SHOW SOUTH MISSISSIPPI DIXIE RODEO AR BARTH, MISS. 15 3liles , outheast of PoplarvilleHi MAY 27- 28-7:30 p.m. Good (i!ean En|er|ainmen|, Plenly Parking show uill bein ai seven p. hi, Due Plenty Bleachers to the length of each feeD.Ire, there  ) . (O. IE and I,RIN(, A ('ARI,OAD WITH "vill be a ten minute i.termissioll,   I' Oi) uC[ COLI)EN RIPE lb. U. S. No. 1, FRESll GOLDEN C0R , 4 ears 1% YELLOW-- ONIONS, lb. ........ 5c GEORGIA BO Y FREESTONE PEACHES No. 9 CAN 2 JUMBO CRISP LETTUCE, head FRESH TEXAS BLAI PEAS, lb ........ 14 oz. DEL MONTE-- CATSUP, 2 for ...... CLOVER FARM, Whole BEANS, 303 can _- CLOVER FARM Peanut Butter, quart SI'IVEY B.B.Q.-- SAUCE 24oz. liot._ F   REN(H S INSTANT Potato Mix, 7 oz. CI,OVER FARM EVAPORATED-- MILl(, tall can 3 for __41c WESTFIELD DOMINO SUGAR, 5 lb. bag .... 4% GRAPE J DOMINO--- SUGAR, 10 lb. bag ___98c (,!,0 ER FARM Mayonnaise, qt. ........... 3% ttORMEL AI,i, 51EAT-- FRANKS, lb. .......... 4% 24 Oz. BOTTLE ]IORMEI, ,SMALl, (For BBQ's) Spare FAOSTY ACIIES, Cut. Okra, 10 oz. pkg. 2 for _29c " ,i i FOUR FISHERMEN Perch Fillets, Ilk pkg. _39c SI E(IAL 4e Off--- CRISCO, 3 lbs. 69c HORMEL--- BOLOGNA, lb. .. FROSTY ACRES-- Cherry, PIES, 3 for ..... ) (UR SATISFACTION IS OUR BUSINESS... Star Chevrolet Company,-Inc, Phone WAlnut 8-4405 Wiggins, Miss. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 20 b/ Y<Z THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE ! s a Counselor in the freshman MISS BLASS HONORED ] ,,irls' classes. At present she is era- / ployed by the Mobile County Miss 1vrike Blab, who will gra-I School System as Commerce teach- duate in New Orleans from "St. I er. Mary's Dominican, wins honorce at I CAMPBELL SttAW ENGAGFMENT ANNOUN(ED 4 Seiep.ce de';rv from Mississippi Soui]cr;l Cqh';e, Hal tici)urg, Miss. While nt SouHlern. Miss Caml;,H1 served as Marsllall of the Eu?lta. Delta Ehqta, sorority, of which she is u member; was a 'Dixie Dar}ing" and a member of their special "Show Group", a Sellior Senator, served as Presideilt, of the Sellior Girl's dormitory and was a member of tile Wometls' Af- lairs Board. She completed the, Patricia Stevens Charm course, which was an additional feature offered at Southern, and served Mr. and Mrs. Julian Banks ampbell of Wiggins, Miss., an- nounce the eng'agement of their duughter, Nina Baon Campbell, to Mr. Philip Boyd Shaw of Pas- cagoula, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Shaw of Gulfport, MAss. Miss Canpbell graduated with |mnors from Wiggins High School. tShe attended Perkinston Junior College for her freshman year. While at Perkinston she was a 'rPerket", a memlx of the Girl's Choir and el tim Girl's Ensemble. She received her Bachelor of ......... __ _ = FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF st LUVERS * EVE STRIPPING E TERMITE SHI LDS E st ALUMIN[M SCRE NS, Custom Made VENTING ALl, TYPES OF IIEATERS & FANS A. D. lIAR]' HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Mr. Shaw graduated from Gttlf- ,)rt High School. He attended tile Uniw,rsity of Mississippi his fresh- nlan year. He received his Bache- lor of Siel]ce degree from Missis- ;il:pi Soutllcrn College. While there he was Rush Chairman and Cell- t;or of Kappa Alpha. fraternity, a member of tile ROTC program whereby h:, received his Com- mission as Second Lieutenant upon graduation. At present Mr. Shaw is :al.Aoyed by Cutter-Karcher Shoe 'Compa,.y as manager of the shoe .department in West Brothers De- partment Store in Pascagoula, Miss. Tile weddinq is to be solenmized June nineteenth at the First Bap- tist Church of WiggLns, Mississippi. MRS. FAYE FERRELL SELECTED SECRETARY TO STATE SEA a; coke party given by Mrs. Robert 'Rs'gaq, Saturday afternoon at two thirty. Miss Blass is the daugllter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bless. She was dress- ed m a white shark skin suit, with white aceeories. Mrs. Regan wore a blue silk linen dress. The party was held in tile den and cokes and dips were served buffet. Mss Blass was presented an evening bag and earrings by tile hostess. Those that attended be';ides the honoree, were her house guests fronl New Orleans and Miss Bunny Middleton, Miss Rebecca Ford and 1Viiss Ertara Breland, Wiggins Seniors. >i ,:!Ub l!:c3tre i.1 P..I Mrs. Faye Ferrell, freshman stu- dent nurse at Matty Herse Hospital ill Meridian was recently elected Secretary of the State of Mississi'p- pi Student Nm'ses A.woeiation. She is tile wife oi Mr. Ryan Ferrell and i the former Faye Re eves, daui01ter i of Mrs. C. W. B6nd, grand daushter ' GL0 DroVE-', N -W&Y O, No'r Open Friday & Saturday Only FIRST SHOW STARTS 6:45 Friday & Saturday Spencer Tracy In BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK in cinemope andcolor PLUS CARTOON ] Wednesday & Thursday May 25 & 26 Show Starts Promptly at 7 p, m. CI-ClL S.DEMILL'S CoM. THE TSN MNDMENTS PRMOr mcrvR TECHNICOLOR q, !tJLof The original Un-eut Version. of TIlE TEN COMMANDMENTS first .lime shown at regular price. One show only, each night. Picture " ;ridai" " Ra|llrdav  * LEX BARKEP.MARA CORDAY STEPHEN MctdJ.Y i'LUS CARTOON Sunday, Monday & Tuesda) COLB.DML'S MMJNDMENTS A PARtOVNT J4CTU TECHNICI.OR  The original Un-cut Version of TIlE TEN COMMANDME N'iS fist time shown at regular price. Wednesday & Thursday N'_  ! Phone WA 8-,1483  Sireet Wiggin_ last slightly over four hours. Zt2 2RTOON IF YOU'RE li CHEVY OWNER 10U BELONG T0 THE LIRIIE00T OWNER GROUP IN THE WORLD! (IF YOU DON'T, YOU'RE INVITED TO BECOME A MEMBER.) It took a lot of doing to build up the largest owner population in the world--the 17 million people who own hevrolets. We're ,proud of our local Chevrolet owners, proud to serve them, and proud to be a part of the unique owner relations program that keeps Chevy owners the happiest drivers in the world. You see, we work hand in glove with the Department of Owner Relations of the Chevrolet Motor Division as far as we know. the only department of its kind in the industryto make sure that every customer of ours is treated as someone special. Why'? Because Chevy owners ARE special. It means that when you buy a new Chevrolet from us, you ste>into the most carefully engineered low-priced car ever built. It means that you can depend on us to maintain your car's performance and safely with ex- pert and reasonably priced service. And it means that when it's time to trade your Chevy, you deal with one of our professional salesmen who take a PERSONAL interest in your motoring pleasure. If vou're not al- ready a Chevy owner, why not stop in soon and find out how easy it is to join this grot, made up of the most cared-for customers in the world. Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, STRAI:B TIIEATRE TO SIIOW in the middle of each performane 'TEN-COMMANDMENTS The Glo Drlve Izl will show The .. ...... Ten Cmu]andme:ts on Wednesday Tile mana_',anent of Tile Stmub and Thursday May 25 and 26 The Theatre, and Th"@ Glo Drive In ia show uill begin prom'ptly at seven t)roud to announce that the tile- : P. In. atres of Wiggins haxe again been Tile public is urger to take advan- elected to show the motion picture tage el tlis pportumty to see ihs Tile Ten Commatlctmcnts. This is the gretates ot all motion pictares, considered an honor, s_illee Wiggins ever produced ill be one of the very first lowns m the South for this picture to be A'T'r'qD C-PPOIC3R Dr417A shoun ill, at. regular prices. Thcq'e will be no increase in the admis- sion price of this showing. Due to the extreme length of ihe S,attlr(,, there will be only one pic- ture shown each night, and the Fublic is urged to con:e early in or- der not to miss any part of this ,tremendous 'produetion, Tile Ten Conlula:]dilients will be shown ill It/e orlgintl ull-cllt Yersion, and one Mowing u i!l last slightely over four llollr:% Tile pic,!lce :.::trt. Sillday May ?2. a Tie Stra:ib T1)tilFe. t)l'olll- t):5" at Ihrea o'elek for o;?e lmtinee showing. I will be shown Monday md Tucc, day May 23 and 21 for e',.':?iniT per:ormanees. Tt, even -k k r LOOK BIGGES HORSE SHOW SOUTH MISSISSIPPI DIXIE RODEO AR BARTH, MISS. 15 3liles , outheast of PoplarvilleHi MAY 27- 28-7:30 p.m. Good (i!ean En|er|ainmen|, Plenly Parking show uill bein ai seven p. hi, Due Plenty Bleachers to the length of each feeD.Ire, there  ) . (O. IE and I,RIN(, A ('ARI,OAD WITH "vill be a ten minute i.termissioll,   I' Oi) uC[ COLI)EN RIPE lb. U. S. No. 1, FRESll GOLDEN C0R , 4 ears 1% YELLOW-- ONIONS, lb. ........ 5c GEORGIA BO Y FREESTONE PEACHES No. 9 CAN 2 JUMBO CRISP LETTUCE, head FRESH TEXAS BLAI PEAS, lb ........ 14 oz. DEL MONTE-- CATSUP, 2 for ...... CLOVER FARM, Whole BEANS, 303 can _- CLOVER FARM Peanut Butter, quart SI'IVEY B.B.Q.-- SAUCE 24oz. liot._ F   REN(H S INSTANT Potato Mix, 7 oz. CI,OVER FARM EVAPORATED-- MILl(, tall can 3 for __41c WESTFIELD DOMINO SUGAR, 5 lb. bag .... 4% GRAPE J DOMINO--- SUGAR, 10 lb. bag ___98c (,!,0 ER FARM Mayonnaise, qt. ........... 3% ttORMEL AI,i, 51EAT-- FRANKS, lb. .......... 4% 24 Oz. BOTTLE ]IORMEI, ,SMALl, (For BBQ's) Spare FAOSTY ACIIES, Cut. Okra, 10 oz. pkg. 2 for _29c " ,i i FOUR FISHERMEN Perch Fillets, Ilk pkg. _39c SI E(IAL 4e Off--- CRISCO, 3 lbs. 69c HORMEL--- BOLOGNA, lb. .. FROSTY ACRES-- Cherry, PIES, 3 for ..... ) (UR SATISFACTION IS OUR BUSINESS... Star Chevrolet Company,-Inc, Phone WAlnut 8-4405 Wiggins, Miss. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 20