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May 25, 2011 I LOCAL I Obituaries STONECOUNTYENTERPRiSE 3A C ay Cam for K ds Edward Bond Edward D. Bond, 63 of Per D, Count3 T, died "rues., May 17, 2o11. Mr. Bond was born October 30, 1947. His mother, Floy Shaw; his father, Robert L. Bond; and one sister, Annie F. Garner, preceded him in death. SurMvors include two brothers, John V. Bond of Perkinston and Shirley Bond of Perkinston; tour sisters, Gerelda (Glenn) Weaver of Pen T County, Sheron (Walter) Hudson of Wiggins, Cynthia (Norris) Plummer of Gulfport, and danice (Larw) Slade of Perkinston; his longtime companion, Lois Hebert of Pen T County; and a num- ber of nieces and nephews. Wiggins and Eugene (Edith) Breland of Perkinston; eight grand- children, Karen (,tim) Swanee, Brian (DeDe) Bond, Tim (Pare) Bond, Sonya (Bruce) Kortens; 16 great grandchildren; and one brother, Hardin Hegwood of Tustin, Calif. Funeral services were held Thurs., May 19 at Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed in Woodlawn Cemetew in Wiggins. Moore Funeral Home in wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at wv.mooreflmeralser- vices.corn brothers, Wayne Carroll of Perkinston, Tim Carroll of Perkinston, Olin Carroll of Ocean Springs, George Carroll of Saucier and Rufus Carroll of Madison; and four sisters, Helen Johnson of Virginia, Mat)' Hudson of D'Iberville, BetW McMillan of Ocean Springs and Bobbie Smith of California. Funeral services were held Mon., May 23 at Peri)/ville Baptist Church. Interment followed in the church cemetew. Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins was in charge of arrangements. Memories may be shared at www.moorefuncralser" Vernon (Nell) Hicknmn of Poplarville; loving brother and sisters, Billy G. Hiektnan of Saucier, Merle Simmons of Saucier and Gloria d. Murphy of Gulfport; brother-in-law, Richard Seal of Wiggins; two grandsons, Harold Joseph (CD'stal) Hickman and Neil Scott Hiekman; and great grandson, Dytan .Joseph Hickman. Visitation will be held 1 p.m. - 2p.m., Wed., May 25 at Saucier Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. Funeral services will follow at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Barney Hiekman Cemetew. Riemann Family Funeral Home, Three Rivers Road, June 20-24 and July I I-15 Pre-Re by June 15 Camp I 0am-3pm Hon. - Fri. Show and Reception Sunday at 3 p.m. Mon. - Making pots on the pottery wheel Tues.- Making pots without using the wheel Wed.- Drawing class & painting with acrylic paints Thurs.- Painting and glazing & working with polymer clay Fri,- Spin Art & Glazing Pottery (pick up at show) Camp is $175 for the week and includes all supplies and firing fees.A $50 non-refundable registration fee must be sent with registration form. Balance to be paid the first day of camp is in charge of arrange- Stan Carroll told ments. B' Ha Memories may be shared  .) Mr. Stan Carroll, 69 of at l}l[er',x' Saucier, died Thurs., May nickman I/ 19, 2011 in Saucier. t] Mr. Carroll was a mere- Mr. Harold C. Hickman, ber of Perrwille Baptist 87 and lifelong resident of Lillian Church and worked for Saucier, died Sun., May 22, Breland Mrs. Lillian Breland, 93 of Perkinston, died Tues., May 17, 2Oll at Stone County Hospital. Mrs. Breland was a lnem- ber of Vardaman Street Baptist Church and a homemaker. Her husband, Mr. Ermou Breland; and two sons-in- law, Guy Bond and Troy Morgan, preceded her in death. Survivors include four children, Lorene Bond of Perkinston, Val Morgan of Perkinston, Jesse W. (Brenda) Breland of ttarrison County Road Department. His parents, Rossevelt and Bessie Carroll; and four brothers, Robert, Vincent, James and Thomas Carroll, preceded him in death. SurMvors include his wife, Nancy Carroll of Saucier; two sons, Frankie Carroll of Saucier and Donald Carroll of McHenry; two daughter s, Alice Turner of Leakesville and Tracy Williamson of Wiggins; two stepchildren, Billy Westall of Tenn. and Susan Cunnington of St. Martin; 12 grandchildren; one great grandson; five 2011. Mr. Hickman was born to Pete and Emma Mexander Hiekman in 1924. He was a former employee of International Paper Co. in Wiggins and was a mem- ber of Saucier Landmark MissionaD' Baptist Clmrch. "He was a real good man." His parents; siblings, Vera Blackwell, Grace Hiekman, Maxine Hickman, and ,lack Hickman; and his nephews, Peter Murphy and Tim Simmons, preced- ed him in death. SmMvors include his lov- ing wife of 54 years, Map," E. Hickman; soil Harold ABOVE: Lucy and Jimmy Levens, 7-L Farms, Wiggins, were recognized as the Mississippi Progressive Breeder of the Year at the 2011 Mississippi Angus Association Meeting and Banquet, May 6 in Raymond, Miss. Pictured present- ing the award is Gary Tanner, Mississippi Angus Association director, right. Photo by Richard Dyar, American Angus Association. 20% OFF Storewide 432 W. Frontage Dr Wiggins, Mississippi 601-928-4717 • 228-806-3153 Looking Back Presented by Bank of Wiggins - Serving You Since 1916 ('ompiled by Charlotte Wippler (,411 iqformation fin" Looking Back is taken as it origimdly appears.) i i llll l l ii i ii i i i i 1o Years Ago From the Wednesday, May 23, 2o0] issue of the Stone C()tmt3' Enterprise: • (ifidumd) "llae Irimlor cteign muxt 4n- ning ammgement t:zx)m the Gard( Gate Ganten dub's StmadaM tower Show ma(t ,.Silver'lt, "A Tribute to Mother" enfifltt Refleetiolls and m3;mged I\\;v Ghtw Parker. Parker Ix.qvtxt the Sweepstak: Award tbr file IkMgm l)ix4sion and t!le Axut of Merit for her n) SlxMmen exhibitt in the I lorticultum Div@m. • 1 luglt's 'PV & VCR Relfir lmld gmlut oil, n- hag c,remonies. • Feattat Veteran s Lt. Chiistopher W. Stewm*. • Pul)listu deaflls indude Ruth W. "Sistie'" Fan%i 69 of Wis. • ltll)lMt new mTiv&s indudext McKenna ' (3aim, let Ls,sell, & ughter of Cluis mid Mdanie Smith Fttll. • (pimuxt) Itvla Montana Nafziger, 2a monflxs old, cauat her fit brim at her Paw Paw and Maw Maw Bmhutd's tx)nd. Kkvla Ls fle daughter (ff Bill and (Sncty Nffziger of Wiggirts. • Members of t_*thel ltpst Church ha Wigglers lmrficipated in grt)undbretfldng cvm- moni( on April 29, on the site of the I)mP(l ne, tid]ity. • The 2()oz ,nior class of Stone It igh h(x)l was pted. 95 Years Age From the Thursday, May 29, t986 issue of the Stone County Enterprise: • Stone lligh School has made plans to offer summer school courses for stu- dents in grades 9-19.2 this summer, announced principal Henw Rath. • Stone Elementary School graduated 44 kindergarten students during the counW's first kindergarten graduation. The graduates are part of the county's pilot program and have learned to recite the alphabet, comat;" name colors and have participated in various education games and songs. i • Tim Nieglflmrhood Organized Workers SmMce Club of Wiggins held its organizational meeting May 19. Elected officers are president - Arthur Patton; • vice president - Valda J. Martin, secre- taw-publicity chairperson - Dorothy Tricksey, treasurer - Ilelen Mays, mem- berstfip chairman - Lena Walls, pur- chasing chairman - Earnestine Williams, and refl:eshments chairman - l,;mma J. Harris. • Published deaths induded Fannie Mae Butler, 7 of Saucier. • (pictured) Mrs. Azaline Taylor cele- brated her 8and birthday at Azalea Gardens Nursing Home. Other birthdays included Richard Dutrow, William Muir Nora Indy;.lseo Mpt*rs rAlnie Mae Koch and Lilly.Searb(maugh: ,Didies of the Red Creek Baptist Church hosted the birthday party. ' • Published new arrivals included April I,ynn Dixon, daught:er of Ron and Marlyn Dixon of Beaver Falls, Penn. • The Stone Iligh School graduating class of 986 was presented. • Stone I Iigh School received the Deep South Conference Sportsmanship troplw for the second year in a row at the con- terence meeting Tues., May 13. 50 Years Age From the 'I'hursday, May 8, 1961 issue of the Stone Counts Enterprise: • Published new arrivals included Vivian Louise Bond, May 3; Douglas Wayne Madison, May 5; Billy Ray Smith, ,) May 5; George Randal 1 rescott, May t3. • Published deaths included Ottis M. Bond, 97 of the Big Level Community and llngh C. Chatham, 85 of Mobile. • Playing at the Gto Drive-In was Cowboy staring Glen Ford and ,lack l amamon. • Playing at the Straub theatre was Gold of the Seven Saints Go Naked in the V orld and a I:ever in the Blood. O]Aen from the Ma: 1957 Bank of Wiins inmta) Wild Schemes According to Aesop a skinner and leather tanner was soaking his hides, which lay at the bottom of a stream. Some prowling, hungt?/ dogs seeing the hides and unable to reach them burst themselves tD'ing to drink np the rivet" to get to them. Aesop looked around in the cib" of Athens, 6oo B. C, and could find many of his neigh- bors just about as silly as the dogs as they pur- sued wild schemes to make easy. nmney. "Unreasonable means to achieve results meet with ruin," moralized this philosopher who spoke in his imperishable parables to succeed- ing generations: It is much harder tO keep money than to make it. So put it in a safe place, make a will, save something for yourself and your depend- ents. It's better to be conservative than son3". o]lber Bank of Wiggins i IIII II '111 II1''111 I II