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The Stone County Enterprise WIOGII8. MIB,pI ...... -  cia mall ntcr. Ju.7 3. l, at the P---" Dedication Banquet Held At Perkinston Junior College Three recently constructed build- ings on the Perkinston Junior Col- lege campus were dedicated in ceremonies Saturday afternoos, dur- Lng which the structures were named in honor of men formerly associated with the college. McLendon. preslden[ of Hinds Jun- ior College. McLend, n substituted for Knox 'il'ool,le oi Jackson, forlner Missis- s,'ppi Junior College Commissioner, who was unable to attend due to illness. Buildings dedicated were the new eateteria-Music Building named in honor of H. P. Heidelberg of Pas. cagoula, a former president of the college trustees, the Science Hall named for C. O. Hinon of Wiggins, Principal speaker at the dedica- a former science instructor and tion bamtue t held In the college I vice-president; and the Admln- cafeteria were Cooper J. Derby of [ tstration Building named in honor Gulf,port, Harrson County Chancery I of Darby. Clerk and former college president; I District Attorney Boyce Helle. W. F. Bond, former State Superin-] man of Wiggins. a Perkinston alum- tendent of Education; and George nus, served as Master of Cemon_ FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF LUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins @ @ @ & The siteseers who spell the word this way are no ordinary tourists spending a few dollars with local merchants. They spell big money. For the sites they seek are plant locations for new industry. Each year we bring hundreds of such siteseers to communities in Mid- America. Now we're making it easier than ever for them to get a quick pic- ture of the kind of sites they are seek- ing. A telephone call will bring them basic information on any community along this railroad. We're advertising "see the sites" by telephone in national business magazine. And-after the initial call, our expanded Industrial Development Department will guide THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE es for the program. In addition to the new buildings, )ther buildings on the capus, not formerly named, were named in !loner of persons formerly associa- with the college. M. L. Maline, 'president of the Board of Trustees. recognized in- dividuals and members of their families in connection with the naming of the buildings. C E. De Jr., vice-president of the trustees gave a historical sketch of th progress of the junior college. The Rev. Lewis Hudson, Jr. of Guport, alumni President, ren- dered the invocation. Entertain_ men for the program was furnished by the Perkinston Junior College Choir under the direction of Eu- gene Clement. Other buildings named were: the Student Center-Gymnasium. in memory of the late C. S. Wentzell of Biloxi, a former trustee presi- de:it; the old science building for Claude Bennett of Stafford Springs, a former president; the old admin- istration building, in honor of J. L Denson, a former president; the chapel for W. G. Gregory, a form_ er mathematics instructor.  Teachers Dormitory after Mrs. Jane Fahnestock of Handstmro, for- mer matron-dietitian; Vocational- Technical building after Dean E. B. Colmer of Mississippi State Uni- versity, a former Perkinston vice. and agriculture teacher; less steam tables with pass-thru ro- [rigeraors and ovens to the kltch_ en. The building is heated by a central hot water system and ade- quate ventilation and lighting through blower and fenetra win- dows. The music section of the building on a level five feet below the main level and contains a band rehearsal room. class room, choir rehearsal- class room. three teacher studios. a high fidelity OUnd room with outlets to ti clastsrooms and main dining area, seven practice rooms Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursda .c Rayburn, Barbara Ann Reeves, Eva the baccalaureate service and the Ruth Rowell, Bill Simpson, Gary college band, under the direction lade. IAnd Slade, Tonmay Steele, of student conductor Jacqualinc, and adequate storage space. [ Durwood Stephens, Dennis Taylor, The new Science Hall is a struc_ 1 Elaine Taylor, Dermic Teague, Lin- Davidson of Moss Point furnished tnusic for the Commencemen ex- tural steel building with brick ex-/da Walker, Larry Waiters, Everett ercise. The choir, under the dir- terior and concrete block interior i West, and Nancy West. ] partitions, The building has an lReV. Ernest Breland of the Beth- I open 'patio with the three divisions/ Baptist Church offered the in- of the science department housedivocatio n and the benediction. Mrs. t along three sides of the structure. Marjorie Stewart was in charge of] ' The biology department contains a 'the music. I Rnd the classroom building after] the late Vincent Smith, St. of Pass[ Christian, a former president of I the board of trustees. I The new Cafeteria-Music build- I WHITE CLIPPER with his own- Greater New Ork'ans annual ch:w'J.v Mr. Slroc}[ expects to show be two nights. ng is a structural steel building;er Ga"den Schroc ..... Horse Show. Chpcr walca away !Clipper n me Dixie, Rodeo and ...... ,  , as riuer, clip- t , ]chock full of wm ..... oricK ana concrete block ex- pv--r recenay" on, me ...... Waling riorse with the fourth ribbon and money Horse Show at old BarU] on May nd types off terior. The caIeeria and kitenen . , )u of eight places in the stake class I 28. Bob Braswell of M'obile, Ala.. horse will show theareabuildng.iS locatedTheOn diningthe mainroomleVelareaOf madeCiaSs anat excellentthe AgricoiashowingShOWin andthe ltates.if 16 horses brought from many will judge the walking horse class [The show offers is 80 feet in diameter with an era. ]at this popular show. There will [for horse lovers. rance lobby and private dining WIGGINS GRADUATES PERKINSTON STUDENTS ]ection of Eugene Clement, present- Sexton MurplY room. The serving area has stain- ] fCOnlt, Ued lrom Page oile) ed special music for both occasions. !Frieda Gay Red Hi (Continued q2m Page One) [mencement exercises were Billy]. College graduates receiving spec-[and Jimmie Clat o , -v,u rmneman, -:ugenelJOe Upchm'ch of New Castle In- ml honors were William E. Dunn [caoou'a Hughes, Arnold Jones, Keith Kend- diana, president of* the College l f Sprina- Hill Alabama and / Colle:e - -t ricks, Kenneth Kendricks, LindalsP hOmOre class; and Danny Lrt! Adaulf0 VilIasmil of Mono Mauron. on--CagrleygrT Lenders, Mary Lee, Hay Lott of Prkinston, president of the, high Venezuela. Iham George Cod Krohn McHenry Annette Meados I  ,, e graduates receiving hen- { Daws. Dottm 1 "school senior cla, Co'c o ..... --1"---,, ---^'^-'^' o,*a,-un" ........ m'auows'i, ringing the invocation ,an(1 ben- ors were Rebecca Arrington of Ag- !Bonnie Jean Bond, .... '. _ . '/edicion at the two services wins the ricola Bonnie Jean Bond of Wig- l Audrey Mac M( ): 22r: jan e pa.k:'r h rt Re,,. DOn Stewart, pastor of the l gins Tom D'Aquin, Jr of New Or- [ sen Ed Taylor, "es " .............. '- - Perkinston Baptist Church. Ileans, Juana Faye .Farley of Luce- ": ;an E:leyay p?:::' ;y:Op: Miss Kathryn M. Carey 'playe, d dale, James Phtllip Holland of [] the processional and recessmn Saucm Flod a I ' ' " " al at " ". " Log n and Silvia / / Necaise. both of Pass Christian. High School honor graduates were Alber Gerald Alliston. Geo- rge Alliston. Norma Frances Black- well, Richard Hugh Boyd. Slmron Johnson, all of Saucier; Heles Radio & WE GLADLg 24 HOUR Day Phone Night Phone We 'b eawo .. ut w N'T / Wllen you buy fertilizer, you want one that will assure top pro- duction. Your interest is in a fertilizer that is custom-made to really do the job. t Mrs, Miriam Saia and Mrs. Vel- na Brown, sixth grade teachers, were presented gifts from the class in appreciation for what they have done for the class throughout the school year. Notice Is hereby given that sealo ed bids will be received by the Stone County Hospital; in the of- :flee of the Administrator until the hour of 7 P. M. on the 17th day of June $or the furnishing of said hos- pital with nine (9) Air Condition Units, the specfications for which ere on file in the office of the Ad- vninistrator at said Hospital and v.an be examined by the bidders be- tween the hours of 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., Monday through Saturday. The right to reserve any and all bids reserved and waiver any and all informaliUes. qarge lecture room and laboratory room. The physics"department contains a single lecture room with adjoin- ing laboratory. The chemistory de_ parment consists of a tiered lec- ture room with permanent-type auditorium seats with folding ta- 1et arms, inorganic laboratory. Each of the three departments has office space and storage facilities. There m new equipment throughout the building. In the open patio there is a chemical garden and open pool. The Adrninistratlon - Lib r a r y Suildlng was originally constructed In 1957. The addition to this build- trig which included the develop_ nmnt of the lower floor was cOm- pleted in 1959. The lower floor houses the administrative offices of the school. The space includes lobbies, secretaries offices, business office with fire resistant vault, of- Ices for the president and business manager, and conference on the northwest end f the building. The outheast end contains waitin$ rooms, the dean's office, counsel- ing office, registrar's office, and torage areas. The entire upper story houses the library. The Cafeteria_Muslc Building and Library addition were con- structed at a cct of $265,579.64. The Science Building wasconstruct- VI26/J2/9/16 ed at a cost of $165272.43. This construction was financed through bond issues in the ,four supporting counties and funds received from the lississippi State Building Corn- them to the type of location they want. mission. How important industrial develop- ment is can be judged by the fact that SEE US FOR... at the beginning of this year construc- tion was under way on 110 new or expanded plants along the I!linois FA TITLE 1 LOAN Central. We believe that the 60 s will witness even greater industrial expan- To Improve Your Home or Repair sion, and we are dedicating time, energy and money to make this belief a reality. WArSE A. JOHNSTON President NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY Illinois central Railroad Main L/ne of Mid-America If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. I Outside Paint $2.50 Sheet Rock $48.00 Tgl/N'I'ON 00'00;UPPLY COMPANY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 Wiius Since the onh, reason for using fertilizer is to increase the fertility of your soil and obtain the greatest possible production, it would be foolish indeed to lower quali'ty or fail to make the most of precision quality control. That is why MFC and its Member County Co-ops will continuo to insist on and use only highest quality ingredients for th m.,,foh, of lover Brand and to blend these ingredients in such a manner as to assure the best quality fertilizer on the market. Our motto is not 'qmw cheap can Clover Brand be made,  but "how good". See your local Co-ap Manager about all your fertilizer and fann supply needs. YIELD 0 &k WIGGINS BRANCH Forrest County Co-Op WIGGINS, MISS. market] ia yot of Soot Sal F! DIAL. The Stone County Enterprise WIOGII8. MIB,pI ...... -  cia mall ntcr. Ju.7 3. l, at the P---" Dedication Banquet Held At Perkinston Junior College Three recently constructed build- ings on the Perkinston Junior Col- lege campus were dedicated in ceremonies Saturday afternoos, dur- Lng which the structures were named in honor of men formerly associated with the college. McLendon. preslden[ of Hinds Jun- ior College. McLend, n substituted for Knox 'il'ool,le oi Jackson, forlner Missis- s,'ppi Junior College Commissioner, who was unable to attend due to illness. Buildings dedicated were the new eateteria-Music Building named in honor of H. P. Heidelberg of Pas. cagoula, a former president of the college trustees, the Science Hall named for C. O. Hinon of Wiggins, Principal speaker at the dedica- a former science instructor and tion bamtue t held In the college I vice-president; and the Admln- cafeteria were Cooper J. Derby of [ tstration Building named in honor Gulf,port, Harrson County Chancery I of Darby. Clerk and former college president; I District Attorney Boyce Helle. W. F. Bond, former State Superin-] man of Wiggins. a Perkinston alum- tendent of Education; and George nus, served as Master of Cemon_ FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF LUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins @ @ @ & The siteseers who spell the word this way are no ordinary tourists spending a few dollars with local merchants. They spell big money. For the sites they seek are plant locations for new industry. Each year we bring hundreds of such siteseers to communities in Mid- America. Now we're making it easier than ever for them to get a quick pic- ture of the kind of sites they are seek- ing. A telephone call will bring them basic information on any community along this railroad. We're advertising "see the sites" by telephone in national business magazine. And-after the initial call, our expanded Industrial Development Department will guide THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE es for the program. In addition to the new buildings, )ther buildings on the capus, not formerly named, were named in !loner of persons formerly associa- with the college. M. L. Maline, 'president of the Board of Trustees. recognized in- dividuals and members of their families in connection with the naming of the buildings. C E. De Jr., vice-president of the trustees gave a historical sketch of th progress of the junior college. The Rev. Lewis Hudson, Jr. of Guport, alumni President, ren- dered the invocation. Entertain_ men for the program was furnished by the Perkinston Junior College Choir under the direction of Eu- gene Clement. Other buildings named were: the Student Center-Gymnasium. in memory of the late C. S. Wentzell of Biloxi, a former trustee presi- de:it; the old science building for Claude Bennett of Stafford Springs, a former president; the old admin- istration building, in honor of J. L Denson, a former president; the chapel for W. G. Gregory, a form_ er mathematics instructor.  Teachers Dormitory after Mrs. Jane Fahnestock of Handstmro, for- mer matron-dietitian; Vocational- Technical building after Dean E. B. Colmer of Mississippi State Uni- versity, a former Perkinston vice. and agriculture teacher; less steam tables with pass-thru ro- [rigeraors and ovens to the kltch_ en. The building is heated by a central hot water system and ade- quate ventilation and lighting through blower and fenetra win- dows. The music section of the building on a level five feet below the main level and contains a band rehearsal room. class room, choir rehearsal- class room. three teacher studios. a high fidelity OUnd room with outlets to ti clastsrooms and main dining area, seven practice rooms Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursda .c Rayburn, Barbara Ann Reeves, Eva the baccalaureate service and the Ruth Rowell, Bill Simpson, Gary college band, under the direction lade. IAnd Slade, Tonmay Steele, of student conductor Jacqualinc, and adequate storage space. [ Durwood Stephens, Dennis Taylor, The new Science Hall is a struc_ 1 Elaine Taylor, Dermic Teague, Lin- Davidson of Moss Point furnished tnusic for the Commencemen ex- tural steel building with brick ex-/da Walker, Larry Waiters, Everett ercise. The choir, under the dir- terior and concrete block interior i West, and Nancy West. ] partitions, The building has an lReV. Ernest Breland of the Beth- I open 'patio with the three divisions/ Baptist Church offered the in- of the science department housedivocatio n and the benediction. Mrs. t along three sides of the structure. Marjorie Stewart was in charge of] ' The biology department contains a 'the music. I Rnd the classroom building after] the late Vincent Smith, St. of Pass[ Christian, a former president of I the board of trustees. I The new Cafeteria-Music build- I WHITE CLIPPER with his own- Greater New Ork'ans annual ch:w'J.v Mr. Slroc}[ expects to show be two nights. ng is a structural steel building;er Ga"den Schroc ..... Horse Show. Chpcr walca away !Clipper n me Dixie, Rodeo and ...... ,  , as riuer, clip- t , ]chock full of wm ..... oricK ana concrete block ex- pv--r recenay" on, me ...... Waling riorse with the fourth ribbon and money Horse Show at old BarU] on May nd types off terior. The caIeeria and kitenen . , )u of eight places in the stake class I 28. Bob Braswell of M'obile, Ala.. horse will show theareabuildng.iS locatedTheOn diningthe mainroomleVelareaOf madeCiaSs anat excellentthe AgricoiashowingShOWin andthe ltates.if 16 horses brought from many will judge the walking horse class [The show offers is 80 feet in diameter with an era. ]at this popular show. There will [for horse lovers. rance lobby and private dining WIGGINS GRADUATES PERKINSTON STUDENTS ]ection of Eugene Clement, present- Sexton MurplY room. The serving area has stain- ] fCOnlt, Ued lrom Page oile) ed special music for both occasions. !Frieda Gay Red Hi (Continued q2m Page One) [mencement exercises were Billy]. College graduates receiving spec-[and Jimmie Clat o , -v,u rmneman, -:ugenelJOe Upchm'ch of New Castle In- ml honors were William E. Dunn [caoou'a Hughes, Arnold Jones, Keith Kend- diana, president of* the College l f Sprina- Hill Alabama and / Colle:e - -t ricks, Kenneth Kendricks, LindalsP hOmOre class; and Danny Lrt! Adaulf0 VilIasmil of Mono Mauron. on--CagrleygrT Lenders, Mary Lee, Hay Lott of Prkinston, president of the, high Venezuela. Iham George Cod Krohn McHenry Annette Meados I  ,, e graduates receiving hen- { Daws. Dottm 1 "school senior cla, Co'c o ..... --1"---,, ---^'^-'^' o,*a,-un" ........ m'auows'i, ringing the invocation ,an(1 ben- ors were Rebecca Arrington of Ag- !Bonnie Jean Bond, .... '. _ . '/edicion at the two services wins the ricola Bonnie Jean Bond of Wig- l Audrey Mac M( ): 22r: jan e pa.k:'r h rt Re,,. DOn Stewart, pastor of the l gins Tom D'Aquin, Jr of New Or- [ sen Ed Taylor, "es " .............. '- - Perkinston Baptist Church. Ileans, Juana Faye .Farley of Luce- ": ;an E:leyay p?:::' ;y:Op: Miss Kathryn M. Carey 'playe, d dale, James Phtllip Holland of [] the processional and recessmn Saucm Flod a I ' ' " " al at " ". " Log n and Silvia / / Necaise. both of Pass Christian. High School honor graduates were Alber Gerald Alliston. Geo- rge Alliston. Norma Frances Black- well, Richard Hugh Boyd. Slmron Johnson, all of Saucier; Heles Radio & WE GLADLg 24 HOUR Day Phone Night Phone We 'b eawo .. ut w N'T / Wllen you buy fertilizer, you want one that will assure top pro- duction. Your interest is in a fertilizer that is custom-made to really do the job. t Mrs, Miriam Saia and Mrs. Vel- na Brown, sixth grade teachers, were presented gifts from the class in appreciation for what they have done for the class throughout the school year. Notice Is hereby given that sealo ed bids will be received by the Stone County Hospital; in the of- :flee of the Administrator until the hour of 7 P. M. on the 17th day of June $or the furnishing of said hos- pital with nine (9) Air Condition Units, the specfications for which ere on file in the office of the Ad- vninistrator at said Hospital and v.an be examined by the bidders be- tween the hours of 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., Monday through Saturday. The right to reserve any and all bids reserved and waiver any and all informaliUes. qarge lecture room and laboratory room. The physics"department contains a single lecture room with adjoin- ing laboratory. The chemistory de_ parment consists of a tiered lec- ture room with permanent-type auditorium seats with folding ta- 1et arms, inorganic laboratory. Each of the three departments has office space and storage facilities. There m new equipment throughout the building. In the open patio there is a chemical garden and open pool. The Adrninistratlon - Lib r a r y Suildlng was originally constructed In 1957. The addition to this build- trig which included the develop_ nmnt of the lower floor was cOm- pleted in 1959. The lower floor houses the administrative offices of the school. The space includes lobbies, secretaries offices, business office with fire resistant vault, of- Ices for the president and business manager, and conference on the northwest end f the building. The outheast end contains waitin$ rooms, the dean's office, counsel- ing office, registrar's office, and torage areas. The entire upper story houses the library. The Cafeteria_Muslc Building and Library addition were con- structed at a cct of $265,579.64. The Science Building wasconstruct- VI26/J2/9/16 ed at a cost of $165272.43. This construction was financed through bond issues in the ,four supporting counties and funds received from the lississippi State Building Corn- them to the type of location they want. mission. How important industrial develop- ment is can be judged by the fact that SEE US FOR... at the beginning of this year construc- tion was under way on 110 new or expanded plants along the I!linois FA TITLE 1 LOAN Central. We believe that the 60 s will witness even greater industrial expan- To Improve Your Home or Repair sion, and we are dedicating time, energy and money to make this belief a reality. WArSE A. JOHNSTON President NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY Illinois central Railroad Main L/ne of Mid-America If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. I Outside Paint $2.50 Sheet Rock $48.00 Tgl/N'I'ON 00'00;UPPLY COMPANY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 Wiius Since the onh, reason for using fertilizer is to increase the fertility of your soil and obtain the greatest possible production, it would be foolish indeed to lower quali'ty or fail to make the most of precision quality control. That is why MFC and its Member County Co-ops will continuo to insist on and use only highest quality ingredients for th m.,,foh, of lover Brand and to blend these ingredients in such a manner as to assure the best quality fertilizer on the market. Our motto is not 'qmw cheap can Clover Brand be made,  but "how good". See your local Co-ap Manager about all your fertilizer and fann supply needs. YIELD 0 &k WIGGINS BRANCH Forrest County Co-Op WIGGINS, MISS. market] ia yot of Soot Sal F! DIAL.