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errell Wedding Church tn the setting of Emlier and Louis Ray 16. Nathan Barber the early af- Nuptial by Miss vocalist and Mrs: organist. daughter of Ferrell, The groom's Mrs. Ray by 'her wore a for- of ' Crystal dipped Peau @rinkled. with The gown high-neck, full a full skirt hemline. She length veil of trimmed with and held by a of lace She carried a Yellow silk roses With greenery Davis of her cousin of honor. were Mrs. lridge, Pass of the bride, Picayune, bride, Miss sister_, of the DeWayne Tenn. and Miss Marsha Blackstock of Waveland. Glenn Davls, Perlington served as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Tim Smith, brother of the groom,.-Ben Perrell, Picayune, brother of-the bride, Kevin Stouder of New Orleans, La., Clarence Piazza, Waveland and Billy Spence of Kiln, cousin d the groom. A reception was held in the feKowship hall of the church. Serving as tea girls were Mrs. Boyd Flurry, Wiggins, Miss Connie Keith, Lumberton,. Miss Tammye Everitt, Prentiss, Miss Belinda Hill, Hattiesbarg, Miss Michelle Lafontaine and Miss Pare Magee, both of Bay St. Louis. After a wedding trip to Fort Walton Beach, Fla., the couple will reside in Pearlington. Following the wedding rehearsal on June 15, the grooms parents hosted a buffet dinner at the,hutrch, at which time the couple presented gifts to their at- tendants. Honoring the bride and her attendants prior to the wed- ding, Mrs. H. C. Davis, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Charles Danzey and Mrs. Gilbert Fairley aunts of the bride, hosted a bridesmai'i luncheol, on Saturday, June 9 at the home of Mrs. Danzey in Wiggins. t MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SMITH effield's Production esently At Saenger MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. JACOBS Spec. 4 Hattie M. Burge, daughter of Mrs. Bertha R. Daughdrill, Route 2, Wiggins, Miss., recently was presented the Army Commendation Medal in Frankfurt, Ger- many. The medal was awarded for meritorious service. Such service can be over an ex- tended period of lime or for outstanding achievement in a single situation. In either case, the recipient must have demonstrated skills and dedication far above the I average. She is a clerk-typist with the 3rd Armored Division in Frankfurt, Germany. Burge entered the Army in May 1976. She is a 1970 graduate of Poplarville (Miss.) High School. Her husband, Sgt. 1st Class James M. Burge Jr., also is stationed in Germany. Jacobs-Co[ Temple Baptist Church in Hattiesburg was the setting for the Saturday, May 12 wedding of Anita Louise Copeland and Thomas James Jacobs. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Copeland of McHenry and Dr. and Mrs. John I. Jacobs of Union, Ms. The groom's father of- ficiated at the ceremony. Music was presented by Philip ,,land Wedding Fortenberry at the piano and soloists, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bennett. Serving her sister as Maid of Honor was Ms. Bonnie Jean Berauer and bridesmaids were Mrs. Barbara Bennett of Taylorsville and Miss Teresa Holmes of Wiggins. Flowergirls were Lisa Hilley and Daphne Berauer, nieces of the bride. Mark Hilley, Ensemble set against momentous Presently per- events." Basically, it is the Torres Receives Forest Scholarship PATRICIA TORRES Patricia Tortes ot Wiggins has been awarded the Forest Lands Scholarship at The University of Missisippi. The Forest Lands Scholarship was established in 1952 by The University of Missimippi and the Board of Trustees. Institutions ot mgh mg, for Ux students residing in" the counties where forest lands belonging to the University are located. The scholarship is available only to entering [reshmen or transfer students, and is automatically renewable for eight consecutive semesters. The recipient must be a full- time student and must maintain a required grade point average. Miss Torres, daughter Mrs. Anita Tortes, is a 1979 graduate of Stone High School where she was mlutatoriAn of her class. She was a manber nephew of the bride, served as ringbearer. Mr. Keith Bennett of Taylorsville served as best- man. Groomsmen and ushers were John Jacobs Jr., brother of the groom, Marshall Copeland and Joseph Copeland, brothers of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional A-line gown of chiffon over taffeta trimmed in chantilly lace. The chapel tram had a flounce of chantflly lace. Her finger-tip veil of bridal illusion trimmed in chantilly lace fell from a mantilla headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white silk roses. Her only jewelry was a gold cross given to her by her grandmother. A reception was hosted by. the parents of the bride in the church fellowship hall im- mediately following the ceremony. The parents of the groom entertained the wedding party with a rehearsal droner on the eve of the wedding. Jue Subscriptions will be cancelled historical story of three Biloxi families, of the Beta Club, Mu Alpha by David one Slavonian, one Alo- The.. Science Club athe -gaener Saxon and one of French Devouona xnmitt.  lr c r the p,,-, descent. Tortes served as pcesident  , , Jr . ....... - .er , june ztn . Although Sheffield has class and was a winner at . ., researched his latest work for the local, regional and state ! i mrun through fact and history, it is a work of level of the Science Falr. She , QAA---- dr'_._,.. ! ....  _   p.m. curtain fiction,. While basically a plans to major in sclenee at : [ ,otu-- suttt&y -'-n[crprme Sveffield is co- drama,' music and dance, Ole M. J !dra.nawithRita choreographed by Tammy =l .o., s v u . 600 sister-in-law Fulton, will be used to un-  ',i Y " 'xner Rita Baker dr'score dramatic action, More than $161 Idllion in ..... _ " says RAta Sheffield. credR has been extended to i l  tf O.&O --- . Sheffield, the Tickets for the production armed forces vetans for _.'l  ,r .... l is a good, old- are $5 for adults and $4 for home buying since 1944 undex   tu oy 3rage l O.OOk N[ about a great students and senior dtizens, the Veterans Adminrattm . m  ' a eissical Reservations may be am.de by GI Bill loan guaranty :  I relatLenships clling CS-. program_ 4 | ouoIOOeueoemouoooooioiooououomomeiouoiomomoa.uomoaoaomouomoa. 1._ Payer Service ; .v l -" IL , ephone toll- tha toll-free number for . imp"  I  .    ,  .... . ,  _ .......................  * I _'_ an.where m tax forms Is m operation only B  " ' " ....  I |lh'l"aS.fOllows: from December through I ......  |  - metro Area - 948- April. Anyone needing fon  ;  r':  :' :' i%""e.__. between my'and December I  " I :  Area - 868- should calJ numbers as listed Ir |lh_ ---- above, e m e I II ... [i of YOur Chancery Clerk ! . PRE ENGINEERED METAL ,- [! " al mma)i00cs I| " vote for II o .,..... ll VIVIAN-RR[:AzI:aI I: I[ ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION " [I_T'_"_"':_':_" I! and ERECTION. ] CAN TRUS! H[R__II,, b,., r,.. .. c.,,.o, c.,, V,rgi, 832-0197 =  m*m*m*m-mom.m-..N-..om..m.m.=...................=.=........ STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-JUN 28, I/9-3 THE DISPENSATION Many people have a mistaken notion that a dispensation is a period of time. This is not so, however, for the word "dispense" means simply "to deal out." The word "dispensation," then, means "'the act of dispensing or dealing out," or "that which is dispensed or dealt out." There are medical dispensa- ries, for example, where medi- cines are dispensed to the poor. Sometimes these dispensations are conducted on a particular day of each week. Such a dis- pensation of medicine may take a full twelve hours each week, but it does not follow from this that a dispensation is a period of twelve hours! tt is rather the act of dispensing or that which is dispensed. The word dispensation is used many times in the Bible, though it is not always translated the same way. In Ephesians 3:2 Paul writes of "THE DISPENSATION OF THE GRACE OF GOD, WHICH IS GIVEN ME TO YOU- WARD." God had committed to OF GRACE him a wonderful message of grace to dispense to others. Thus we read in Acts 20:24 his stirring words, spoken in the face of per- secution and death: "But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, AND THE MINISTRY WHICH I HAVE RECEIVED OF THE LORD JESUS, TO TESTIFY THE GOSPEL OF THE GRACE OF GOD.'" The "gospel" or "good news" of the grace of God: This was the dispensation committed to Paul for us by the risen, ascended Lord. This iS always Paul's mes- sage: "Where sin abounded GRACE did much more abound... the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His GRACE... justified freely by His GRACE, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus...by GRACE are ye saved, through faith" (Rom. 5:20; Eph. 1:7; Rom. 3:24; Eph. 2:8,9). Bethel pL Char Church [ Chrig  tat Clm First United Methodist Church t  chun Unlt4Kl PIffeo Clawcb  Chr St Fra,b XH" Catholic Church Church d Jmus Chrl of lt/zr Day ints New Weleeme qtm  Manmatlm t httrch New Ztm Omreh New Zten Methedm Oatreh Clam d Gd I Clair Mt Zlm Urdtod Metbod Char Emd Bilt Clau Brad Mltb0411t C'ba Brad United Pentctal Clam BIG LEVEL Bkl l.vel Bllt Church Paramount Mlonary B- peat chu Oak Grove BapUlt Church Ubty Hill Bapt Church Tunln BalIst Church Qdvary m Church BaOOlff.YN, l First Aembly of God DORSEY New Mornlng Star Baptt h F/mCLE CO MMuNrr Amanda Chapel Baptlat Chat MeHENY McHem'y Bpttlt Church McHenry Millonary BaptIt Church Mt. Zion Methodist Chm.eh saht  Church Sweet Beulah Bptiat Chur- ch PERKINSTON P' BmZt Church Btll Cn Bpt Church Cm Bpt Church ML Avery Bpgl Church IAv Crk lt Chur PI.EAAN'r HILL COMMUNITY Andrews Chapel United Method Church Pleasant Hill Mimioary Ba- print Church dh C Clll Methodbg This Message Is Brought To You From The Following Local Businesses Bank Of Wiggins First Magnolia Federal Hall's Food Mart Moore Funeral Ito.me A.L. Smith, Gulf Oil Distributor . Stone County Enterprise Lan-y Taylor Ford Timco, Inc. Perkinston Sand and Gravel errell Wedding Church in setting of Emir and Louis Ray 16. The Nathan Barber the early af- Nuptial by Miss vocalist and Mrs: organist. daughter of Ferrell, The groom's Mrs. Ray, by er wore a for- of ' Crystal dipped Peau @rinkled. with The gown high-neck, full a full skirt hemline. She length veil of trimmed with and held by a of lace She carried a Yellow silk roses With greenery Davis of her cousin of honor. were Mrs. lridge, Pass c the bride, Picayune, bride, Miss -ster_. of the DeWayne Tenn. and Miss Marsha Blackstock of Waveland. Glenn Davls, Perlington served as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Tim Smith, brother of the groom,.-Ben Perrell, Picayune, brother of-the bride, Kevin Stouder of New Orleans, La., Clarence Piazza, Waveland and Billy Spence of Kiln, cousin d the groom. A reception was held in the feKowship hall of the church. Serving as tea girls were Mrs. Boyd Flurry, Wiggins, Miss Connie Keith, Lumberton,. Miss Tammye Everitt, Prentiss, Miss Belinda Hill, Hattiesbarg, Miss Michelle Lafontaine and Miss Pare Magee, both of Bay St. Louis. After a wedding trip to Fort Walton Beach, Fla., the couple will reside in Pearlington. Following the wedding rehearsal on June 15, the grooms parents hosted a buffet dinner at the,hutrch, at which time the couple presented gifts to their at- tendants. Honoring the bride and her attendants prior to the wed- ding, Mrs. H. C. Davis, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Charles Danzey and Mrs. Gilbert Fairley aunts of the bride, hosted a bridesmai'i luncheocl, on Saturday, June 9 at the home of Mrs. Danzey in Wiggins. t MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SMITH effield's Production esently At Saenger MR. AND MI. THOMAS J. JACOBS Spec. 4 Hattie M. Burge, daughter of Mrs. Bertha R. Daughdrill, Route 2, Wiggins, Miss., recently was presented the Army Commendation Medal in Frankfurt, Ger- many. The medal was awarded for meritorious service. Such service can be over an ex- tended period of lime or for outstanding achievement in a single situation. In either case, the recipient must have demonstrated skills and dedication far above the I average. She is a clerk-typist with the 3rd Armored Division in Frankfurt, Germany. Burge entered the Army in May 1976. She is a 1970 graduate of Poplarville (Miss.) High School. Her husband, Sgt. 1st Class James M. Burge Jr., also is stationed in Germany. Jacobs-Co[ Temple Baptist Church in Hattiesburg was the setting for the Saturday, May 12 wedding of Anita Louise Copeland and Thomu James Jacobs. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Copeland of McHenry and Dr. and Mrs. John I. Jacobs ot Union, Ms. The groom's father of- ficiated at the ceremony. Music was presented by Philip ,,land Wedding Fortenberry at the piano and soloists, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bennett. Serving her sister as Maid of Honor was Ms. Bonnie Jean Berauer and bridesmaids were Mrs. Barbara Bennett of Taylorsville and Miss Teresa Holmes of Wiggins. Flowergirls were Lisa Hilley and Daphne Berauer, nieces of the bride. Mark Hilley, Ensemble set against momentous Presently per- events." Basically, it is the Torres Receives Forest Scholarship PATRICIA TORRES Patricia Tortes ot Wiggins has been awarded the Forest Lands Scholarship at The University of Miuisippi. The Forest Landa Scholarship was established in 1952 by The University of Missimippi and the Board of Trustees. lnstltuUonm ot mgh ms, for students residing in" the counties where forest lands belonging to the Univority are located. The scholarship is available only to entering freshmen or transfer students, and is automatically renewable for right consecutive semesters. The recipient must be a full- time student and must maintain a required grade point average. Miss TOrTes, daughter ot Mrs. Anita Torres, is a 1979 graduate of Stone High School where she was mlutatorian of her class. She was a member nephew of the bride, served as ringbearer. Mr. Keith Bennett of Taylorsville served as best- man. Groomsmen and ushers were John Jacobs Jr., brother of the groom, Marshall Copeland and Joseph Copeland, brothers of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional A-line gown of chiffon over taffeta trimmed in chantilly lace. The chapel tram had a flounce of chantflly lace. Her finger-tip veil of bridal illusion trimmed in chantilly lace fell from a mantilla headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white silk roses. Her only jewelry was a gold cross given to her by her grandmother. A reception was hosted by. the parents of the bride in the church fellowship hall im- mediately following the ceremony. The parents of the groom entertained the wedding party with a rehearsal droner on the eve of the wedding. Jue Subscriptions will be cancelled historical story o( three Bfloxi families, of the Beta Club, Mu Alpha by David one Slavonian, me Allo- The.. Sdence Club athe -gaener Saxon and one of French Devions Committee.  11" c r w the p,,-,, descent. Tortes served as wesident of , i J[ " ....... - .er , june z00tn . Although Sheffield has class and was a winner at . ., researched his latest work for the local, regional and state ! i mrun through fact and history, it is a work of level of the Science Falr. She , QA...---- I'.. -- ... ! .... _J _   p.m. curtain fiction,. While basically a plans to major in sclenee at : I ,otu,,. Asussty -'-ntcrpre 8reffield is co- drama,' music and dance, Ole SS. J !dra.laawithR/ta choreographed by Tammy ',l -O 111# - s .. u . 600 sister-in-law Fulton, will be used to un-  ',i  " 'ner RRa Baker dr'score dramatic action, More than $161 Idllion in ..... _ " says RAta Sheffield. credit has been extended to i l Am. tf O.&O --- . Sheffield, the Tickets for the production armed forces veterana for  dPmJ ,r. .... l is a good, old- are $5 for adults and $4 for home buying mee 1944 undex   out oy 3rage l O.OOk N[ about a great students and senior dtizens, the Veterans Adminrattm . m  ' a efftssical Reservations may be made by GI Bill loan guaranty :,  I rel0tienships ca fling VZ-24A. program_ " 4 | ouoIOOeueoemouoooooioiooououomomeiouoomomoa.uomoaoaomouomoa. 1._ Payer Service " .v l -" lta2Pians having All Other Areas. l-800-ll- i    . -  ....... i  i I/:':: 38fP, eayers are reminded i fl1ll I I [ IL , ephone toll- tha toll-free number for . imp"  I  .    ,  .... .   _ .......................  * I _'_ anywhere m tax forms Is m operation only B  " ' " ....  I |i'l"a.follows: from December through I ......  -" |   metro Area - 948- April. Anyone needing fon  ;  r':  :' :' l%"e.__. between my'and December I  " I :  Area - 868- should calJ numbers as listed Ir |l_ ---- above, e B e I II ... [i of YOur Chancery Clerk ! . PRE ENGINEERED METAL ,- It " ,I B00INCS III . vote for II : l[ VIVIAN-[{RFA7Ftil F Ii ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION " [I_T'_"_"':_':_" I! and ERECTION. ] CAN TRUS! Hltff__II=, b,., v,.. c.,,.o, c.,, V,rgi, 832-0197 =  m*m*m*m.mom.m...N....om..m.m.=...................=.=........ STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-JUN 28, I/9-3 THE DISPENSATION Many people have a mistaken notion that a dispensation is a period of time. This is not so, however, for the word "dispense" means simply "to deal out." The word "dispensation," then, means "'the act of dispensing or dealing out," or "that which is dispensed or dealt out." There are medical dispensa- ries, for example, where medi- cines are dispensed to the poor. Sometimes these dispensations are conducted on a particular day of each week. Such a dis- pensation of medicine may take a full twelve hours each week, but it does not follow from this that a dispensation is a period of twelve hours! tt is rather the act of dispensing or that which is dispensed. The word dispensation is used many times in the Bible, though it is not always translated the same way. In Ephesians 3:2 Paul writes of "THE DISPENSATION OF THE GRACE OF GOD, WHICH IS GIVEN ME TO YOU- WARD." God had committed to OF GRACE him a wonderful message of grace to dispense to others. Thus we read in Acts 20:24 his stirring words, spoken in the face of per- secution and death: "But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, AND THE MINISTRY WHICH I HAVE RECEIVED OF THE LORD JESUS, TO TESTIFY THE GOSPEL OF THE GRACE OF GOD.'" The "gospel" or "good news" of the grace of God: This was the dispensation committed to Paul for us by the risen, ascended Lord. This is always Paul's mes- sage: "Where sin abounded GRACE did much more abound... the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His GRACE... justified freely by His GRACE, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus...by GRACE are ye saved, through faith" (Rom. 5:20; Eph. 1:7; Rom. 3:24; Eph. 2:8,9). Bethel pt Clmt Church [ Chrig First United Methodist Church Clawd   St Fmm'M XH" Catholic Church Church d Jmus Chr of lt/zr Day ints New Welem qmst  Manmatlm ptt hurch New Ztm Baptist Omreh New Zten Methedm Cureh Clam d Gd  Clair Mt Zlm Urdted Metbod Chur Emd Bilt Clau Brad Mltb0411t C'ba Brad United Pentctal Clam BIG LEVEL Bg lavel Bapt Church Paramount Mlmimsry Ba- pcat Oak Grove Bapt Church Ubty Hill Baptt Church Tunlna Ballt Church Calvary Ba Chah BIgOOKL, F  AIembly of God DOltSEY New MornL, Star Baptt Cbah F/mCLE CO MMuNrrY Amanda Chapel Baptlat MeHENRY McHem'y Bpttlt Church McHenry Millonary BaptIt Church Mt. Zion Methodist Chm.eh saht  Chur Sweet Beulah Baptist Chur- ch PERKINSTON P' BmZt Church Btll Cn Bpt Church Cm Bpt Church ML Avery Bpgl Church PI.EAAN'r HILL COMMUNITY Andrews Chapel United Method Church Pleasant Hill Mimioary Ba- print Church TEX.S dk C Cblll Methodbg This Message Is Brought To You From The Following Local Businesses Bank Of Wiggins First Magnolia Federal Hall's Food Mart Moore Funeral Ito.me A.L. Smith, Gulf Oil Distributor . Stone County Enterprise Lan-y Taylor Ford Timco, Inc. Perkinston Sand and Gravel