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Z-STONE COUNTY 'ENTERP , 1F/9 The Ranch Hwy 49 So. 928-5277 See Us For All Your Building Materials The Ranch Building Material & Supply Lovely. 3 years old 2 bedroom HOME on Cypress Lake at Silver Run Lakes ogers anch Central Air & Heat 928-7500 928-7474 STONE COUNTY MISS TEENE - Sharon Hickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Estus Hickman will represent our county for the Miss Teene Mississippi Tire in the state pageant in Jackson, July 4-8 in Jackson. Junior Miss Entries Seve-ra standout members of the StoJ-IigffSchool Class of '80 are among the early entries in the Stone County Junior Miss competition. The Junior Miss hgfuls, who will participate in the program to select and honor the community's outstanding high school senior girl of the, year, were announced today by Mars'ha CAn, general chairman of the Stone County Junior Miss committee. The local, program will be held August 18, 1979 at Malone Hall at 7:30 under the sponsorship of the Stone County Jaycee.s. Junior Miss is among the country's most respected youth activities. It seeks.o honor and reward girls all parents would be proud to call .... ................................. ...........;.:.;.:.>:.:.\>:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:..............`..:.:....\>:.:+:.\>:...`.`; :-:-;'">:':-:':':-:':-;';':':':':':':'\>. "'5;:" iiiROSS-KING-WALKER, INC.iiii ii==i Automobile Fire ii!iil iili" l,iabilitv Home ::::::i i!!i" Accident . Bonds i:::::: ii!i" Health I,ife i!i ilii" Motorcycle " Boal :':' |,lgging Risks :': :;;: ":': b ::::206 So. $tagttolitt Dr. Recreational 'ehicles M-bile liome,, ' .qt.rktnen . (:-mpensatioi their own Junior Miss is not a beauty contest in the usual senge of the word; it is not a popularity contest, or a talent show. Junior Misses are the respreentative girls, all aund individuals with . @ ". intelligence, character, pozse, concern and hope for the future. All high school senior girls in the community are urged to inqljre about the Jurti: Miss opportuniU,,. i:i: "It is well for the heart to be iili o00,.e ,o. ,h, m,n, oot to be." Anatole France 928.5208 :: .i:!::::::::::::::..:..:.::.:::::.:.:......:..:....:.;.::::.::::.:...;.:;.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::... ......................-.......;i:i The Following Coast Banks Will Be Closed th In Observance Of Independence Day Hancock Bank Gulf National Bank Firm National Bank Of The South People's Bank Of Biloxi Film State Bank Mewolmlitan National Bank The Jeffenon Bank Mm'ehant'. Bank & Tr First  National Bank ' Bank Of Wiggins DSU Names Workshops Thirteen workshops are scheduled on the ta State University campus dufh the second term of summer school July 9-Aug. 10. A SWAT Summer Wilderness Action Teach-ln is planned here Aug. 11-17. Each workshop, with the exception of the Economic Education Recreation Teaching workshops, carries three semester hours of graduate  undergraduate credit. The Economic Education and Wilderness Recreation Teaching workshops carry six hours credit. Tuition for the three hour courses is $90 and $180 for the six hour courses. Certain laboratory workshops carry a $5 fee. Persons interested in the SWAT Summer Wilderness Action Teach-In should contact David Hdlin, Delta State Universitv. Department Cook-out Set The South Mississippi "Country Cook-out" and Political Rally is set for July 14th at the Chester Lee ranch east of Picayune. All state, district and local candidates are invited. Eleven candidates for state offices, including candidates for governor, have already made commitments to speak during the day. Others are expected to be scheduled. of HPF,&I., evdml, MS 38733, or phone 843-2965. Other workshops to be of. fered include Alcohol Safety Education, July 9-13; Behavioral Management, July 10-18; Economic Education, July 10-25; Newspaper in the Classroom, July 10-19; Wilderness Recreation Teach- In, July 10-12, 19 and weekends of July 14-15 and 21-22; Elementary Science Workshop, July 10-18; Trends in Teaching Driver Education for Special Populatims, July 16-20 ; Conservation Workshop, July 16-25; Educational Television, July 16-27; Classroom Management, July 17-27; Computers in Junior High School, July 23-Aug. 3; Psychology of the Gifted, July 30-Aug. 3; and Methods, Materials and Resources for Teaching the Gifted, Aug. 6-10. Registration for the workshops will be held on July 9, during regular summer school registration, or on the first day the workshop meets. For additional information, contact the Division" of Con- tinuing Education, Box C-l, DSU, Cleveland, MS 38733, or phone 843-8668. Of the 6 millic Vietnam Era veterans who have trained under, the GI Bill, more than 58 percent used this valuable entitlement to attend college. Augustin-McCarty To Marry In Anchorage Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Community College. She is MeCarty ol Wigg'ins announce employed as assfstant the engagement and ap- manager of food service for proaching marriage of their Hilton Hotel, Anchorage. son, Ralph E. lcCarty to Mr. McCartyisemployedby Cynthia Jean Augustin, Oilind as Safety Engineer in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Alaska. Augustin ,of Anchorage, The marriage will be Alaska. soleminized Augu 4 at 6:00 Miss Augustin graduated p.m. at the Church of Jesus from Diamond High School in Christ Later Day Saints in Anchorageand from .. Anchorage. RALPH E. McCARTY AND CYNTHIA JEAN AUGUSTIN JOHN G. GUTHRIE and SONS, Inc. CONSULTING FORESTERS -- SINCE  948 -- Professionals in r FORESTRY [ REAL ESTATE lE A LTO#'') APPRAISALS JOHN G. GUTHRIE, R.F. JOHN G. GUTHRIE, JR., R.F. JAMES D. GUTHRIE, R.F. 310 Parker St., Wiggins, MS 39577 Telephone 601-928-4262 or 601-928-4958 / PAUL DAVIS AND JULIA Miss Julia Williams To Wed Paul Davis Mr. and Mrs:. Charles E. Williams of Wiggins announce the engagement and-ap- preaching marriage of their daughter, Julia Marie, to Paul Davis of Lumberton. Miss Williams is a 1977 graduate of Stone High School. She graduated from Miss. Gulf Coast Jr. College, Perkinston Campus, 1979, with an associate degree in General Business and Ac- counting. She is the granddaught f Mr. and Mrs. Burke V. Cochran of Wiggins and Mrs. Marie Williams and the late Mr. L. B. Williams, both of wgms. Mr. Davis berton High School Riv Junior College. presently Con, Inc., New He is the son of Mr. Keith Davis of His grand Mr. Rufus C. Mrs. Lettie Cobb, d and the late Mr. Albert S. Davis Wedding vows changed at Baptist Church, Saturday evening, six o'clock. Friends and invited to attend the and reception. ELDER AND MRS. ERNEST C. BRELAND of celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on 15 from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. The reception will Perkinston Junior College cafeteria. All friends and are cordially invited to attend. Miss. Teachers At:tend NEA Seventy Mississippi teachers will be on hand June 30-July 5 for the H7th annual .. Natioqal Education Association Con-" vention in Detroit. Mrs. Helen Moore, president of the Mississippi Association of Educators, the NEA state affiliate, will be delegate chairman. She will be honored by a delegate dinner on June 30 in Detroit. Among the" issues expected during the convention are changes in the dues formula, presidential successio and the implications of the Lan- drum-Griffin Act. Beginning September 1, the dues to NEA will bg hased on a formula With the national average teacher salary. Mississippi teachers are currently 49th in teacher pay. "The  Representative Assembl in March didn't oppose a $7.00 dues said John E. AehleY, Executive SecretarY. they opposed the formula that would dues annually witho of the delegates." The NEA concurrently hold two terms. A change deleting this will be voted on delegates. delegates have tidal position on this "Election of NEA- discussion and budget and property tax cabinet level Education will also of the convention. The Mississippi who are all Mississippi Educators, will be Windsor, Canada. Elect OLLIE McQUE 'SHERIFF .STONE COUNTY Z-STONE COUNTY 'ENTERP , 1F/9 The Ranch Hwy 49 So. 928-5277 See Us For All Your Building Materials The Ranch Building Material & Supply Lovely. 3 years old 2 bedroom HOME on Cypress Lake at Silver Run Lakes ogers anch Central Air & Heat 928-7500 928-7474 STONE COUNTY MISS TEENE - Sharon Hickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Estus Hickman will represent our county for the Miss Teene Mississippi Tire in the state pageant in Jackson, July 4-8 in Jackson. Junior Miss Entries Seve-ra standout members of the StoJ-IigffSchool Class of '80 are among the early entries in the Stone County Junior Miss competition. The Junior Miss hgfuls, who will participate in the program to select and honor the community's outstanding high school senior girl of the, year, were announced today by Mars'ha CAn, general chairman of the Stone County Junior Miss committee. The local, program will be held August 18, 1979 at Malone Hall at 7:30 under the sponsorship of the Stone County Jaycee.s. Junior Miss is among the country's most respected youth activities. It seeks.o honor and reward girls all parents would be proud to call .... ................................. ...........;.:.;.:.>:.:.\>:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:..............`..:.:....\>:.:+:.\>:...`.`; :-:-;'">:':-:':':-:':-;';':':':':':':'\>. "'5;:" iiiROSS-KING-WALKER, INC.iiii ii==i Automobile Fire ii!iil iili" l,iabilitv Home ::::::i i!!i" Accident . Bonds i:::::: ii!i" Health I,ife i!i ilii" Motorcycle " Boal :':' |,lgging Risks :': :;;: ":': b ::::206 So. $tagttolitt Dr. Recreational 'ehicles M-bile liome,, ' .qt.rktnen . (:-mpensatioi their own Junior Miss is not a beauty contest in the usual senge of the word; it is not a popularity contest, or a talent show. Junior Misses are the respreentative girls, all aund individuals with . @ ". intelligence, character, pozse, concern and hope for the future. All high school senior girls in the community are urged to inqljre about the Jurti: Miss opportuniU,,. i:i: "It is well for the heart to be iili o00,.e ,o. ,h. m,n. oot to be." Anatole France 928.5208 :: .i:!::::::::::::::..:..:.::.:::::.:.:......:..:....:.;.::::.::::.:...;.:;.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::... ......................-.......;i:i The Following Coast Banks Will Be Closed th In Observance Of Independence Day Hancock Bank Gulf National Bank Firm National Bank Of The South People's Bank Of Biloxi Film State Bank Mewolmlitan National Bank The Jeffenon Bank Mm'ehant'. Bank & Tr First  National Bank ' Bank Of Wiggins DSU Names Workshops Thirteen workshops are scheduled on the ta State University campus dufh the second term of summer school July 9-Aug. 10. A SWAT Summer Wilderness Action Teach-ln is planned here Aug. 11-17. Each workshop, with the exception of the Economic Education Recreation Teaching workshops, carries three semester hours of graduate  undergraduate credit. The Economic Education and Wilderness Recreation Teaching workshops carry six hours credit. Tuition for the three hour courses is $90 and $180 for the six hour courses. Certain laboratory workshops carry a $5 fee. Persons interested in the SWAT Summer Wilderness Action Teach-In should contact David Hdlin, Delta State Universitv. Department Cook-out Set The South Mississippi "Country Cook-out" and Political Rally is set for July 14th at the Chester Lee ranch east of Picayune. All state, district and local candidates are invited. Eleven candidates for state offices, including candidates for governor, have already made commitments to speak during the day. Others are expected to be scheduled. of HPF,&I., evdml, MS 38733, or phone 843-2965. Other workshops to be of. fered include Alcohol Safety Education, July 9-13; Behavioral Management, July 10-18; Economic Education, July 10-25; Newspaper in the Classroom, July 10-19; Wilderness Recreation Teach- In, July 10-12, 19 and weekends of July 14-15 and 21-22; Elementary Science Workshop, July 10-18; Trends in Teaching Driver Education for Special Populatims, July 16-20 ; Conservation Workshop, July 16-25; Educational Television, July 16-27; Classroom Management, July 17-27; Computers in Junior High School, July 23-Aug. 3; Psychology of the Gifted, July 30-Aug. 3; and Methods, Materials and Resources for Teaching the Gifted, Aug. 6-10. Registration for the workshops will be held on July 9, during regular summer school registration, or on the first day the workshop meets. For additional information, contact the Division" of Con- tinuing Education, Box C-l, DSU, Cleveland, MS 38733, or phone 843-8668. Of the 6 millic Vietnam Era veterans who have trained under, the GI Bill, more than 58 percent used this valuable entitlement to attend college. Augustin-McCarty To Marry In Anchorage Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Community College. She is MeCarty ol Wigg'ins announce employed as assfstant the engagement and ap- manager of food service for proaching marriage of their Hilton Hotel, Anchorage. son, Ralph E. lcCarty to Mr. McCartyisemployedby Cynthia Jean Augustin, Oilind as Safety Engineer in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Alaska. Augustin ,of Anchorage, The marriage will be Alaska. soleminized Augu 4 at 6:00 Miss Augustin graduated p.m. at the Church of Jesus from Diamond High School in Christ Later Day Saints in Anchorageand from .. Anchorage. RALPH E. McCARTY AND CYNTHIA JEAN AUGUSTIN JOHN G. GUTHRIE and SONS, Inc. CONSULTING FORESTERS -- SINCE  948 -- Professionals in r FORESTRY [ REAL ESTATE lE A LTO#'') APPRAISALS JOHN G. GUTHRIE, R.F. JOHN G. GUTHRIE, JR., R.F. JAMES D. GUTHRIE, R.F. 310 Parker St., Wiggins, MS 39577 Telephone 601-928-4262 or 601-928-4958 / PAUL DAVIS AND JULIA Miss Julia Williams To Wed Paul Davis Mr. and Mrs:. Charles E. Williams of Wiggins announce the engagement and-ap- preaching marriage of their daughter, Julia Marie, to Paul Davis of Lumberton. Miss Williams is a 1977 graduate of Stone High School. She graduated from Miss. Gulf Coast Jr. College, Perkinston Campus, 1979, with an associate degree in General Business and Ac- counting. She is the granddaught f Mr. and Mrs. Burke V. Cochran of Wiggins and Mrs. Marie Williams and the late Mr. L. B. Williams, both of wgms. Mr. Davis berton High School Riv Junior College. presently Con, Inc., New He is the son of Mr. Keith Davis of His grand Mr. Rufus C. Mrs. Lettie Cobb, d and the late Mr. Albert S. Davis Wedding vows changed at Baptist Church, Saturday evening, six o'clock. Friends and invited to attend the and reception. ELDER AND MRS. ERNEST C. BRELAND of celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on 15 from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. The reception will Perkinston Junior College cafeteria. All friends and are cordially invited to attend. Miss. Teachers At:tend NEA Seventy Mississippi teachers will be on hand June 30-July 5 for the H7th annual .. Natioqal Education Association Con-" vention in Detroit. Mrs. Helen Moore, president of the Mississippi Association of Educators, the NEA state affiliate, will be delegate chairman. She will be honored by a delegate dinner on June 30 in Detroit. Among the" issues expected during the convention are changes in the dues formula, presidential successio and the implications of the Lan- drum-Griffin Act. Beginning September 1, the dues to NEA will bg hased on a formula With the national average teacher salary. Mississippi teachers are currently 49th in teacher pay. "The  Representative Assembl in March didn't oppose a $7.00 dues said John E. AehleY, Executive SecretarY. they opposed the formula that would dues annually witho of the delegates." The NEA concurrently hold two terms. A change deleting this will be voted on delegates. delegates have tidal position on this "Election of NEA- discussion and budget and property tax cabinet level Education will also of the convention. The Mississippi who are all Mississippi Educators, will be Windsor, Canada. Elect OLLIE McQUE 'SHERIFF .STONE COUNTY