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L NEWS haith--Phone WAlnut 8-4840 and Mrs. G. C. Hatten of Texas, and Mrs. Francis two children of Moselle, last week in the home of mother, Mrs. Candis C. Hey- DaVid Earl Evans returned his Uncle and Aunt to a few days. and Mrs. Gs Bass and child- have been visiting in the home Bass, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis. They left Wednesday fr Hiland City, Florida to lr. Bass' mother and family return to Wiggins next I a weeks visit here with P.nt8 and families. a, Mrs. Howard Strahan and Edith from San Texas are visiting his par- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Strahan i gtlests of Mr. and Mrs. S. r., over the week end Wilson's sisters, Miss of Cleveland and Bennett of Louisville Pa Bryan Mauidin D.C. Bthop of Lucedaie holidays with Mrs. T. L. sPent Sunday in Gulf- relatives and Ior din- Mrs. Keble Later of! spent the week end Iter's mother, Mrs. Eva Thad Davis, Jr., and child- l week with her par- " Mrs.-Bruce Rushing joined them for L A family reunion w a_, t 4h, which the Davis returned home Tues- Iershman of Oakland, to her home after mother, Mrs. Millie weeks. Mrs. AI Straingi and the week Strangl's parents Hughes. t the home of Mr. and olston for the week and Mrs. James Hol- of Mendenhall, Mr. 0hester Jones and child- Orleans, La. Mrs Clarence Ramsey and Mrs. J. A. Sunday, visiting Mrs. -'ter, Mrs. Dora Jilly in Mrs. Joe Saia and faro- to Mobile Tuesday, June in the home of Mr. and Parson for the week end the the week were Mrs. Helen Bet- Louise Phflllpe and Okolona. King and children of Mr. and Mrs. Billy and children of West- [:a.liL, are visiting Mr. and mnan. Pratt returned after reeks visit with her dau- i n-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. in Bakersville IRes. j. O. Rut]edge, for- bought the R. i home and have moved. is the daughter of 4 0000trrpri00 VOLUME 45N.S. "fuxeehem Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook and children of Bradford, Penn., were week end guests in the home of Mrs. Cook's brother, E. M. Breland and Mrs. Bee]and. Mr. and Mrs. NorrLs Bond and Alexander-Finnan Marriage Vows Are Said Here June 28 Miss Nelda Finnan. daughter o Mr and Mrs. John WL I'inmtn o: Wiggins and I_A,roy C. Alexander, a Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi rhursd-y, July 7, 1960 Proclamation WHEIEAS, the Wu:gins dayce:. are the official spo.,sors [or the Miss ttospita!ity Contest for Stone County, and WHEREAS, the Wiggins Jaycees held the 19ti0 Miss ttspitality Con- son ol the late Mr. and M:s. Ehr, er test Ior Stone County, Missi.sippi Orleans were week baby of New .IAlexander were united m marrme end guests in the homes of Mr.]ruesday evening, June 28, in the on the lgtl oI June, 1960. and Vardaman Strtet Baptist Church. WHEREAS. Miss Virgic Alic'/ end Mrs. Frank Bond and Mr. and rs. George Mallett. Miss Dorothy Ra Breland of State University spent the week end with her partmts, Mr. and krs. G W. Brelad, she returned to Ole Miss Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jordan and daughters of Milton. Fla., were week end guests in the homes of Mr. und Mrs. M. E. Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Hick.man, Jr.. and children f Arcadia, Fla., and Mr. and Ms. Jim Murphy and children of North Carolina spent the Fourth of July with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hickman. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sumrail of Ocean Sp/2n visited relatives here urtng the week end. Mrs. Roscoe Redmond and child- ren DQryl nd Irenda of EIPaso Texas. arrived Sunday for a few days visit with her parents, Mr and Mxs. L. C. Bster and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. RedmoD, St. qRI-COUN2 SINGER8 TO MEET AT TEN MILE CHURCH The Rev. Carl J. Gates. pastor, per- formed the double ring ceremony. Vows were exchanged before a white arch covered with magnolia leaves, and with white candelabra holding white taoers and baskets of white gladioli on either side. Satin bows marked the family pews. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Clint Hicknmn, organist, played a pro- gram of nuptial seh:tions preccdin the entrance ol the bridal party and accompanied Mrs. Martha Lott, vocalist, who sang Because, I Pro- mis You and The Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Hick.man also played the trad- tlonal wedding marches for the processional and recessional. Yeager won said contest, after having displayed superior ability in modeling of an eveninz dress, bathing suit and excelling in talent. NOW, therefore, it is resolved that the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins, Wig- uins. Mississippi do hereby pro- claim M'is. Virgie Alice Yeagcr the oHicial Miss Hospitality winner for the year, 193. IT IS. Iurtlwr, proclaimed that Miss Virgie Alice Yeager be duly designated as Miss Hospitality for Stone County, Missisippi and be accorded all due courtesy and re- spect that goes with the high honor The bride given in marriage by and position. /mr father, was attired in a baller- ena length princess dress of white tagfeta with an over skirt of lace, short sleeves and a v-neckline and lace fitted elbow-length mitts of lace forming points over the back cd the hand. The veil of silk illus- ion was held in place by a silk caplet. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid and arnatlns. Miss Laquita Finnan, was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a blue princess dress with an em- broidered top and carried a bouquet of white rose buds. Serving the groom as best man was Jim Draughdrill. John Dean Firman, brother of the bride and Billy Gerald Alexander, nephew of the groom were ushers. Immediately following the wed- ding ceremony a reception was held in the church annex. The bride's table, covered 4th a THIS was duly proclaimed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Wiggins, Wiggins, Mississippi, on this the 21st day of June, 1960. James F. Smith, Mayor T. R. Cain, Alderman B. L. Davis, Aldernmn C. E. Davis, Alderman E. J. Hall, Alderman (Seal) T. F. Walton, Alderman Attest: Mrs. VonlCe Strohm, Clerk. CELEBRATES SEVENTY- EIGHTH BIRTHDAY On Sunday, July 3, 37 people ga- thered at the Bond home in Bond o celebrate "Uncle Press" Bond'g 78th birthday and his great grand- daughter, Deborah Strahan's sixth birthday. Debie is the granddau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sirs- The Trl-Cotmty Singing Coven- non will meet wit// Ten Mile Mis- sionary Baptist Church Tuesday night, July 12, at '/:30 o'clock. We axe planning to have a good sing with some special entertain- ment. A most cordial Invitation is ex- tended to everyone. Dick O/eal, Chairman Lt. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bodie of Mississippi City. ]Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Straub, Mr. white silk cloth was centered with han of Bond and lives in San An- and Mre. J. R. Davis and children a three tiered wedding cake, topped Antonio, Texas. spent the Fourth in Gulfport where with a minature bride and groom, I Those attending the birthday celebrations we,re Mr. and Mrs. J. they had a picnic a! attended the I Crystal candelabra holding pink] Bertha Bond, Mr. and fireworks display, candles were on either side. ]P. Bond, Mrs. Homer Straimn, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and M_rs. Robert W. Chatham The punch table, covered with a ],Evon Meadows, Linda and Elaine, spent the week end with Mr. and lace cloth was centered with the lIr" and Mrs. Robert Fairley, Mr. punch bowl encircled with pink dhrs. R. S. tham and children, , ] and 1Vrs. Joe Farmer and Ricky, Mr. returning to their home in Mobile. crepe myrtle and greenery. Mr. and Mrs. Abner tiRraugha Mrs. cant Hickman was in char;e and Mrs Gawn Fairley, Pattie and Terry, all from Bond. of Pagoul spent Sunday even- of the register. Ing and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Later in the evening, Mr. and Lewis Campbell. Mrs. Alexander left for a weddin Mr. Gerry Bod and hla sister, rlp to Florida. Mrs. Alexander wore Carolyn flew to Fort Worth, Texas a white linen dress, with white a- to visit friends for the week end. eessories. Her corsage was the white Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Imsey orchid from her bridal corsage. and gr Terry lt Tuesday Miscellanus Shower for ]sh,  to be gone two Miss Nelda Finnan. bride-elect of mot3m. Mr. I.eroy Alexander was honored ]Mrs. V. O. Keeney, Virgil and with a miscellaneous shower on Fwse Ann spet the week end with Thursday evening, June 16 at the Mrs. Keeney's daughter and son Women's ClUbhouse. Out-of-town gttests were, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strahan, Deborah and Edith  San Antonio, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Donald Jackson and Pare of Brookhaven, Tommy Jelli- son of EIPasO, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Roberson and Rhonda and Balinda of Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of Laurel. Uncle Press was presented a beautiful Elgin pocketwatch from all his children and grandchildren. NUMBER 27 Miss Yeager Leaves For Miss Hospitality Contest On Coast IVfiss Virgie Alice Yeager left Wednesday morning to enter the state-wide Miss Hospitality Con- test being held at the Buena Vista Hotel in Biloxi July 6-9. Miss Yeager, Stone County's Miss Hospitality, sponsored by Ernest, Yeager and Sons, began the activl- tins by attending a luncheon Wed- nesday noon and registering. Miss Hospitality will be crowned in the Hurriean Room o/ the Buena Vista in a ceremony beginning at 8:45 Saturday evening. Mrs. Ernest Yeager and Shirley Yeager drove our Miss Hospitality to Biloxi. Iiospital News VISITING IiOURS I0 to ll a.m. 3 to 4 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 pn The following patients t,ave beeh admitted to the Stone County Hos- pital: Ann Bee]and, Bend Mrs. Jewel O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. I.uise Bond, Perklnston Mrs. Palma Rutherford, Perkins- on Judy Rutherford, Perkinston Joel Stockman, Perkinston Elaine Stockman, Perkinston Mrs. Tressle Ishee, Wiggins Mrs. Oneta Overstreet, McHenry Gerald Stocknn, Perkinston Mrs. Joyce Newton, Wiggins Miss Betty Hubbard, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Myrtle Buck, Gulfport H. C. Duggan, Wiggins Mrs. Florence Murphy, Gulfport Mrs. Betty O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Zeler Morse. Wiggins A1 Stockman, Perkinston Colored: Yvonne Hill, Perkinston Norris Armstrong, Perkinston Robert Sullivan, Wiggins DISCHARGED Mrs. Tressie Ishee and daughter, Wiggins / H. C. Duggan, Wiggins Mrs. Oneta Overstreet, McHenry Miss Betty Hubbard, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Joyce Newton, Wiggins Miss Ann Breland. Bond Mrs. Annie Adams, Saucier Mrs. Betty O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Gladys Williams, Bond Mrs. Jewel O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Pamla Rutherford, Perkins- ton Judy Rutherford, Perkinston Mrs. Merellne Walker, Saucier J. 13. CaObe11, Wiggins John G. Davis, Wiggins, at. 1 Mrs. Jewel Breland, Wiggins Mrs. Emma Brown, Wiggins Evon Meadows, Bond. Colored: Norris Armstrong, Wiggins Robert Sullivan. Wiggins !Jackson Name Big Level New, District Ranger Of Mr. and Mrs. E B. Stricklaad of Oxford District Mobile spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hall. Mr. Strickland is l Ralph Jackson, Assistant lMlger, Mrs. Hall's son. Black Creek Ranger District of the :DeSoto National Forest has been Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smalley and' Percy Hatten of Chipley, Fla., spen prmted to District Ranger on the 4th with Big Level relatives, the newly formed Oxford Ranger Dmtrict. Ranger Jackson and his Mrs. A. F. Breland of BaxT-lamlly will moved to Oxford where ville spent last week with her ,son, the headquarters for the newly Norman Breland. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bond and daughter, the Warren Bond family and the I. D. Hickman family of Arcadia. Fla., are spending their vacation with Stone County rela- tives. Visitors in the home of Roy. and Mrs. Eddie Lott or the 4th were Mr. and Mrs. Edward James, Mrs. Oolda Page and the Gwyn Page family of Ouifport. Mrs. Sarah Griffin has returned home after several days visit with relatives in Jackson. Mrs J. F. Wallace spent veral days with Irtends in Gulfport last week. MISS O'NEAL HONORED Miss Anita O'Neal bride-elect of Earl Pelto, was honored Saturday ight, July 2 with a bridal shower at the home of Mrs Curtiss Doer- ing. Hostesses with Mrs. Doerinj were, Mesdames Alvin Fairley, Sr, Roscoe O'Neal, Parnell Anderson, Chezzle Falrley, Tom Henyup, and A. J. Fairley, Jr. Several games were played un- der the dirctiton of Mrs. Roscoe O'Neal. Omes were won by Mrs. Ottis Bond, Mrs. Leland Bond and ,Mrs. John H. O'Neal, which they presented to the honoree. Mrs. Parnell Anderson presided at the register. Many beautiful gifts were re- ceived with several sending gifts that were unable to attend. After the gifts were opened and displayed refreshments of punch and cake were served to around 35 guests. formed district will be located. The Oxford District was formed from a portion of the Holly Springs Dis- trict and a Land Use Project. Roy Ray, now stationed at Mr. Ida, Arkansas on the Womble Dis- trict of the OuacP.ita Nslorml Forest will be the new Assistant Ranger lot the Black CTeek Ran- ger District here. Mr. Ray is married and has two daughters. 5 and 2 years old, They plan to move to Wiggins on July 24. Town's New Fire Truck Arrives The town of Wiggins new 1960 model fire truck arrived in town last Thursday afternoon. The new modern truck was purchased from the American Fire Apparatus Company and is moUnt- ed on a Ford chassis. It has a 500 gallon water tank with a 500 gallon 0or minute pump. The new equip- ment carries 1500 feet of hose with 300 feet of booster hose. The ap- proximate cost was $10,000.00, stated Fire Chief Bobby Watts. Chief Watts and his son, Robert. drove the new truck to Wiggins from Battle Creek, Mich. Watts N)ent one day going through the factory and getting acquainted with the different features of the truck. THE LAST BELL RING FOR '60 MENTAL HEALTH WADE REUNION The Wade family reunion was held Sunday, July 2 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Strickland, Sr. I Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Windhum of Seminary, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Wade Of Pass Christian, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Strickland, Jr of Harvey, La., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Follweller and son of Blloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morgan and ram- flies, Mr.'and Mrs. Cennie Herring and family, Winston Payord, Car- olyn Clinton, all of Biloxi, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley PAeis, Jack and Norma Ruth PAeis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Strick- land, Sr., and Allen Strickland of Big Level. Locke. The Rut]edge their guests their son and Mr. and Mrs. R. of St. Paul, Minn. Robert Began spent end visiting Dr. and Mrs in Daton Rouge, xne has returned COmpleting his tour of he was stationed at Ft. Baltimore, Maryland. His Becky Lane and Bobby him and friends, Mr. Philllp Saunders in Bos- xs. Metro Bond left for the Great in North Caroo gone several days. Mrs. Rossie Baggett and SPent Monday in Col- their parents, Mr. W. T. Baggett and Mr. J- W. Calhoun. ti Mrs. Tommy Buckley the T. B. Davis home and Major Buckley in for the week end. Rteurn- them were Mrs. Buckley's Davis and Kay Wes- tow days. Mrs. Collln Null and spent the week end and Mrs. Lewis Barber In Columbia. Mrs. Henry WMismlth week visiting Mr. and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Balrla The serving table was covered in Tuscaloo, Alabama. with a white lace cloth centered Mr. Leif Casey is spending his ,with the punch bowl, encircled vacation with his mother and sis- with pink roses and fern, with pink ter in New Orleana, La. and green candles on either side. Mr. James A. Dvis of Washing- Mrs. Ermon Breland 9resided over ton D. C., H. L, Davis of Meridian, he punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Davis, Mr. The fiumtel held an arrangement and Mrs. C. A. Mitchell and chil- of yellow roses with green candles dren of Lueedaie were gusts of Bey. on the sides. J. A. Davis and h dughtcr  Mrs. Billy Ray Alexander was in Etmice Davis for the week end. charge of the regr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lewis Waller Te gifts were opened by the and son  ff Picyun spent honoree and passed to the guest Monday with Mrs. Bertha Waller. to view, Mr. Waller returned home kvir Hostesses were Mesdames Llllian his wife and son to visit Mrs. Waller Breland, B. R. Alexander, Hobble and Mrs. Ida CTuthirda of McHenry Alexander, Francine Martin, Nettle for several days. Cameron, Sidney Quaves and Miss- Miss Glen Denson spent a week es Rubble Smith and F_llth Par- with Mr. anti Mrs. Billy Campbell ker. in lurvis. ts, Mrs. Billy Cared bell and dgugh- MISS EARLINE HART HEADS .r returned home and spent three MISSISSIPPI CLUB AT days with Mrs. Glen Denaon and PEABODY COLLEGE other Mrs. R. P. Buffoon. " -- GUeSts In le hoale of Mr. and Nashville, Term -- Miss Earline Mfrs. A. J. Aleer this week are Hart of Wiggins is president of the -s. C. T. Alexander and son Ted )pi state Club at George of Oreen Cstle, Penn., Mr. and Peabody College for Teachers. Mrs. C. K. Alexander of Huston. Miss Hart teaches at perkinston Harvard of Ofport spent Junior College. last week with Mr. ead liars. M.E. State clubs are organized during (Xoper. Peabody's summer session to help Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Newton mad residents become better acquainted children spen the week and visit- Nearly thirty MJss,isslpplans are Ing rs. Newton's mother, Mrs. W enrolled for the 10-week summer L Perry in Jph. session. ent the week end with /enry Wallsmlth. Masson from New is visiting Mr. and Mrs. lu the home of Mr. and Wallsmith for the week Brown ln Lucedale. Mrs. n Smith and children Other officers are: Mrs. Lllian Mrs. R. C. Cqardy of Edith Ellen, Butch, Buddy and Miss Howell Hopkins, Mooreville, vice Ern Crawford of Rattiesburg Miss Harriet Magruder, et Monday with Mrs. lannle laclon, secretary-treasurer; Mls ,Locke d Mrs,  S. Smith. Hart Brown, Union, social Mr. and Mrs. Ray B]aylock spent chairman; and David Sessums several dys In Jackson and Ray- 0ackson. reporter. moral, qher 8mats or the week end were Mr. and . J. S.  Of the 9,400,000 AmerleRns whc and Mrs. D. D. Ken- and son Chris from Raymond, Mr. applied for life insurance last year, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. K. P.  of Misslsslppl 9U8,000 or 97 per cent were accept- rlmS, Oae. ed  lnsum. After a bountiful buffet dinner, a huge birthday cake was served to all. FAREWELL PARTY HONORS MR. AND MRS. R. B. THOMAS Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were honored with a farewell party, Sat- urday evening, July 2, at the First BaptiSt church in tld/e" creatlonal Ball, by several la es of the church. The hall held arrangements of dasies and marigolds. The serving It able covered with a lace cloth was I centered with a arrangement of bronze dahlias. Games were enjoyed, followed by refreslments of home made ice cream and cake. Mrs. Thomas was pre.';ented a dozen red ros(.;. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Capentex, I daughter and son-in-law oi the Thomas' and their dughtcrs, Car- olyn and Careen Ann of Brown- wood, Texas were among the 50 attending. The Thomas have moved to Hat- tiesburg. JAMES E. PRICE DOING BASIC TRAINING AT FT. JACKSON Recruit James E. Price, son ot Mr. and Mrs. B, T. pr|c of Wig- gins is presently assigned to Co:n- oany A, 8th attalion, 2nd Train- ing Regiment of the U.S. Army Training Center, Infantry, at Fort Jackson, S. C. where he is under- ing eight weeks of Basic Combat Training. The remarkable thing about school reunions is that your old classmates have gotten so fat and bald that they hardly recognize you. BIRTHS I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ishee, Wig- I gins, Miss., a daughter, Connie J. |born July I, 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buck, 1324 Forhier Ave., Oulfport, MU., a son, Gordon d, born JUly $, I@60. CHKAN.ONEAL REUNION SET FOR SUNDAY, JULY 17 JAMES L. CAMERON SERVING IN MARINE TRANSPORT Marine Pfc. James L. Cameron of Wggins, 18 serving with the Se- cond ot, or  Battalion. a unit of the ctmd Marine Division at Camp Ljeune, N.C. The Battalion provides fast and efficient transportation of troops, weapons ammunition and supplies, Id you have not contributed to .the mental health fund for 190, please send your donation to Mr. Ferris Batson or Mrs. Sadie un- ningham at the Cunnlngham Shoe Store or to me. You may not think too much a- bout this call, because you do not believe that mental illness will come to you or yours, but I aay mental illness is no respector of I persons. / We used to have no hopes when we had to send one of our lov ones to an institution, but now we do have hopes, and with more re- search and more facllitie we can have more hopes. Please do not let the bell go un- answered. Thank you, Mrs. H. H. Batson HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEET8 IN L. A. VARNADO HOME The Stone County Hospital AUX- iliary met in the home o Mrs. L. A. Varnado with Mrs. T. P. Walton as co-hostess on Tuesday afternoon, June 28. Mrs. D. D. Green presented the Inspiration and Mrs. Melvin Prid- gen gave the prayer. The hostesses served a refreshing plate after which the meeting ad- Oourned. There were 10 members and one guest. Mrs. Ella Flurry present. The Cochran and O'Neal annual joint reunion will be held on the greatly increasing the mobility of I Third Sunday in July (July 17) at the Second Marine pelion. .^^ ........ '--k ommunit" Center I Before enlisting m Marcn vav, All friends and relatives are in-[Cameron graauatea xrom wgg vited to attend. Picnic lunch willllligh School. be served at noon. The business session will begin promptly at 10:00 o'clock with Mr. George O'Neal presiding, JORDAN BIRTH ltr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Jordan of Jackson, announce the birth of their son, David rnle Jordan on July 2, at the MississiPpi Baptist Hospital in jackson. Mrs. Jordan is the former Patricia Rayburn. Maternal grandoarents rc Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bairn and paternal grandparents are Mr. nd Mrs. M. E. Jordan, Perkins- On. HOME PTA TO PRESENT COMEDY FRIDAY, JULY I5 "Husband's Don't Know Every- thing," a three act comedy will be presented Friday evening, July 15 at Home School auditorium bY the. Home PTA grouP. Curtain time is 7:30 and admission is 35 and 50 cent If you criticize the wealthy these days, you ny be acused of being mataolSl. Seven Calves In Four Years... Mother and calves come f,m the and Me are hale and happy. All farm of Hontas and Mac O Neal. ]inquiries made, show t.at t.a very, This mother, a common cow, father,very untmm,} hagpening. Next year tr Victor Hollo. The cow has had l the O'Neal s are looking for twins seven calves in four years, twirls, t again, Two males, one male, mate one calf twins, twins. These calves lnd female, male and emale is the axe two months old, and like Honta order i which they came. L NEWS haith--Phone WAlnut 8-4840 and Mrs. G. C. Hatten of Texas, and Mrs. Francis two children of Moselle, last week in the home of mother, Mrs. Candis C. Hey- DaVid Earl Evans returned his Uncle and Aunt to a few days. and Mrs. Gs Bass and child- have been visiting in the home Bass, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis. They left Wednesday fr Hiland City, Florida to lr. Bass' mother and family return to Wiggins next I a weeks visit here with P.nt8 and families. a, Mrs. Howard Strahan and Edith from San Texas are visiting his par- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Strahan i gtlests of Mr. and Mrs. S. r., over the week end Wilson's sisters, Miss of Cleveland and Bennett of Louisville Pa Bryan Mauidin D.C. Bthop of Lucedaie holidays with Mrs. T. L. sPent Sunday in Gulf- relatives and Ior din- Mrs. Keble Later of! spent the week end Iter's mother, Mrs. Eva Thad Davis, Jr., and child- l week with her par- " Mrs.-Bruce Rushing joined them for L A family reunion w a_, t 4h, which the Davis returned home Tues- Iershman of Oakland, to her home after mother, Mrs. Millie weeks. Mrs. AI Straingi and the week Strangl's parents Hughes. t the home of Mr. and olston for the week and Mrs. James Hol- of Mendenhall, Mr. 0hester Jones and child- Orleans, La. Mrs Clarence Ramsey and Mrs. J. A. Sunday, visiting Mrs. -'ter, Mrs. Dora Jilly in Mrs. Joe Saia and faro- to Mobile Tuesday, June in the home of Mr. and Parson for the week end the the week were Mrs. Helen Bet- Louise Phflllpe and Okolona. King and children of Mr. and Mrs. Billy and children of West- [:a.liL, are visiting Mr. and mnan. Pratt returned after reeks visit with her dau- i n-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. in Bakersville IRes. j. O. Rut]edge, for- bought the R. i home and have moved. is the daughter of 4 0000trrpri00 VOLUME 45N.S. "fuxeehem Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook and children of Bradford, Penn., were week end guests in the home of Mrs. Cook's brother, E. M. Breland and Mrs. Bee]and. Mr. and Mrs. NorrLs Bond and Alexander-Finnan Marriage Vows Are Said Here June 28 Miss Nelda Finnan. daughter o Mr and Mrs. John WL I'inmtn o: Wiggins and I_A,roy C. Alexander, a Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi rhursd-y, July 7, 1960 Proclamation WHEIEAS, the Wu:gins dayce:. are the official spo.,sors [or the Miss ttospita!ity Contest for Stone County, and WHEREAS, the Wiggins Jaycees held the 19ti0 Miss ttspitality Con- son ol the late Mr. and M:s. Ehr, er test Ior Stone County, Missi.sippi Orleans were week baby of New .IAlexander were united m marrme end guests in the homes of Mr.]ruesday evening, June 28, in the on the lgtl oI June, 1960. and Vardaman Strtet Baptist Church. WHEREAS. Miss Virgic Alic'/ end Mrs. Frank Bond and Mr. and rs. George Mallett. Miss Dorothy Ra Breland of State University spent the week end with her partmts, Mr. and krs. G W. Brelad, she returned to Ole Miss Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jordan and daughters of Milton. Fla., were week end guests in the homes of Mr. und Mrs. M. E. Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Hick.man, Jr.. and children f Arcadia, Fla., and Mr. and Ms. Jim Murphy and children of North Carolina spent the Fourth of July with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hickman. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sumrail of Ocean Sp/2n visited relatives here urtng the week end. Mrs. Roscoe Redmond and child- ren DQryl nd Irenda of EIPaso Texas. arrived Sunday for a few days visit with her parents, Mr and Mxs. L. C. Bster and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. RedmoD, St. qRI-COUN2 SINGER8 TO MEET AT TEN MILE CHURCH The Rev. Carl J. Gates. pastor, per- formed the double ring ceremony. Vows were exchanged before a white arch covered with magnolia leaves, and with white candelabra holding white taoers and baskets of white gladioli on either side. Satin bows marked the family pews. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Clint Hicknmn, organist, played a pro- gram of nuptial seh:tions preccdin the entrance ol the bridal party and accompanied Mrs. Martha Lott, vocalist, who sang Because, I Pro- mis You and The Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Hick.man also played the trad- tlonal wedding marches for the processional and recessional. Yeager won said contest, after having displayed superior ability in modeling of an eveninz dress, bathing suit and excelling in talent. NOW, therefore, it is resolved that the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins, Wig- uins. Mississippi do hereby pro- claim M'is. Virgie Alice Yeagcr the oHicial Miss Hospitality winner for the year, 193. IT IS. Iurtlwr, proclaimed that Miss Virgie Alice Yeager be duly designated as Miss Hospitality for Stone County, Missisippi and be accorded all due courtesy and re- spect that goes with the high honor The bride given in marriage by and position. /mr father, was attired in a baller- ena length princess dress of white tagfeta with an over skirt of lace, short sleeves and a v-neckline and lace fitted elbow-length mitts of lace forming points over the back cd the hand. The veil of silk illus- ion was held in place by a silk caplet. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid and arnatlns. Miss Laquita Finnan, was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a blue princess dress with an em- broidered top and carried a bouquet of white rose buds. Serving the groom as best man was Jim Draughdrill. John Dean Firman, brother of the bride and Billy Gerald Alexander, nephew of the groom were ushers. Immediately following the wed- ding ceremony a reception was held in the church annex. The bride's table, covered 4th a THIS was duly proclaimed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Wiggins, Wiggins, Mississippi, on this the 21st day of June, 1960. James F. Smith, Mayor T. R. Cain, Alderman B. L. Davis, Aldernmn C. E. Davis, Alderman E. J. Hall, Alderman (Seal) T. F. Walton, Alderman Attest: Mrs. VonlCe Strohm, Clerk. CELEBRATES SEVENTY- EIGHTH BIRTHDAY On Sunday, July 3, 37 people ga- thered at the Bond home in Bond o celebrate "Uncle Press" Bond'g 78th birthday and his great grand- daughter, Deborah Strahan's sixth birthday. Debie is the granddau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sirs- The Trl-Cotmty Singing Coven- non will meet wit// Ten Mile Mis- sionary Baptist Church Tuesday night, July 12, at '/:30 o'clock. We axe planning to have a good sing with some special entertain- ment. A most cordial Invitation is ex- tended to everyone. Dick O/eal, Chairman Lt. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bodie of Mississippi City. ]Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Straub, Mr. white silk cloth was centered with han of Bond and lives in San An- and Mre. J. R. Davis and children a three tiered wedding cake, topped Antonio, Texas. spent the Fourth in Gulfport where with a minature bride and groom, I Those attending the birthday celebrations we,re Mr. and Mrs. J. they had a picnic a! attended the I Crystal candelabra holding pink] Bertha Bond, Mr. and fireworks display, candles were on either side. ]P. Bond, Mrs. Homer Straimn, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and M_rs. Robert W. Chatham The punch table, covered with a ],Evon Meadows, Linda and Elaine, spent the week end with Mr. and lace cloth was centered with the lIr" and Mrs. Robert Fairley, Mr. punch bowl encircled with pink dhrs. R. S. tham and children, , ] and 1Vrs. Joe Farmer and Ricky, Mr. returning to their home in Mobile. crepe myrtle and greenery. Mr. and Mrs. Abner tiRraugha Mrs. cant Hickman was in char;e and Mrs Gawn Fairley, Pattie and Terry, all from Bond. of Pagoul spent Sunday even- of the register. Ing and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Later in the evening, Mr. and Lewis Campbell. Mrs. Alexander left for a weddin Mr. Gerry Bod and hla sister, rlp to Florida. Mrs. Alexander wore Carolyn flew to Fort Worth, Texas a white linen dress, with white a- to visit friends for the week end. eessories. Her corsage was the white Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Imsey orchid from her bridal corsage. and gr Terry lt Tuesday Miscellanus Shower for ]sh,  to be gone two Miss Nelda Finnan. bride-elect of mot3m. Mr. I.eroy Alexander was honored ]Mrs. V. O. Keeney, Virgil and with a miscellaneous shower on Fwse Ann spet the week end with Thursday evening, June 16 at the Mrs. Keeney's daughter and son Women's ClUbhouse. Out-of-town gttests were, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strahan, Deborah and Edith  San Antonio, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Donald Jackson and Pare of Brookhaven, Tommy Jelli- son of EIPasO, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Roberson and Rhonda and Balinda of Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of Laurel. Uncle Press was presented a beautiful Elgin pocketwatch from all his children and grandchildren. NUMBER 27 Miss Yeager Leaves For Miss Hospitality Contest On Coast IVfiss Virgie Alice Yeager left Wednesday morning to enter the state-wide Miss Hospitality Con- test being held at the Buena Vista Hotel in Biloxi July 6-9. Miss Yeager, Stone County's Miss Hospitality, sponsored by Ernest, Yeager and Sons, began the activl- tins by attending a luncheon Wed- nesday noon and registering. Miss Hospitality will be crowned in the Hurriean Room o/ the Buena Vista in a ceremony beginning at 8:45 Saturday evening. Mrs. Ernest Yeager and Shirley Yeager drove our Miss Hospitality to Biloxi. Iiospital News VISITING IiOURS I0 to ll a.m. 3 to 4 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 pn The following patients t,ave beeh admitted to the Stone County Hos- pital: Ann Bee]and, Bend Mrs. Jewel O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. I.uise Bond, Perklnston Mrs. Palma Rutherford, Perkins- on Judy Rutherford, Perkinston Joel Stockman, Perkinston Elaine Stockman, Perkinston Mrs. Tressle Ishee, Wiggins Mrs. Oneta Overstreet, McHenry Gerald Stocknn, Perkinston Mrs. Joyce Newton, Wiggins Miss Betty Hubbard, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Myrtle Buck, Gulfport H. C. Duggan, Wiggins Mrs. Florence Murphy, Gulfport Mrs. Betty O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Zeler Morse. Wiggins A1 Stockman, Perkinston Colored: Yvonne Hill, Perkinston Norris Armstrong, Perkinston Robert Sullivan, Wiggins DISCHARGED Mrs. Tressie Ishee and daughter, Wiggins / H. C. Duggan, Wiggins Mrs. Oneta Overstreet, McHenry Miss Betty Hubbard, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Joyce Newton, Wiggins Miss Ann Breland. Bond Mrs. Annie Adams, Saucier Mrs. Betty O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Gladys Williams, Bond Mrs. Jewel O'Neal, Wiggins Mrs. Pamla Rutherford, Perkins- ton Judy Rutherford, Perkinston Mrs. Merellne Walker, Saucier J. 13. CaObe11, Wiggins John G. Davis, Wiggins, at. 1 Mrs. Jewel Breland, Wiggins Mrs. Emma Brown, Wiggins Evon Meadows, Bond. Colored: Norris Armstrong, Wiggins Robert Sullivan. Wiggins !Jackson Name Big Level New, District Ranger Of Mr. and Mrs. E B. Stricklaad of Oxford District Mobile spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hall. Mr. Strickland is l Ralph Jackson, Assistant lMlger, Mrs. Hall's son. Black Creek Ranger District of the :DeSoto National Forest has been Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smalley and' Percy Hatten of Chipley, Fla., spen prmted to District Ranger on the 4th with Big Level relatives, the newly formed Oxford Ranger Dmtrict. Ranger Jackson and his Mrs. A. F. Breland of BaxT-lamlly will moved to Oxford where ville spent last week with her ,son, the headquarters for the newly Norman Breland. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bond and daughter, the Warren Bond family and the I. D. Hickman family of Arcadia. Fla., are spending their vacation with Stone County rela- tives. Visitors in the home of Roy. and Mrs. Eddie Lott or the 4th were Mr. and Mrs. Edward James, Mrs. Oolda Page and the Gwyn Page family of Ouifport. Mrs. Sarah Griffin has returned home after several days visit with relatives in Jackson. Mrs J. F. Wallace spent veral days with Irtends in Gulfport last week. MISS O'NEAL HONORED Miss Anita O'Neal bride-elect of Earl Pelto, was honored Saturday ight, July 2 with a bridal shower at the home of Mrs Curtiss Doer- ing. Hostesses with Mrs. Doerinj were, Mesdames Alvin Fairley, Sr, Roscoe O'Neal, Parnell Anderson, Chezzle Falrley, Tom Henyup, and A. J. Fairley, Jr. Several games were played un- der the dirctiton of Mrs. Roscoe O'Neal. Omes were won by Mrs. Ottis Bond, Mrs. Leland Bond and ,Mrs. John H. O'Neal, which they presented to the honoree. Mrs. Parnell Anderson presided at the register. Many beautiful gifts were re- ceived with several sending gifts that were unable to attend. After the gifts were opened and displayed refreshments of punch and cake were served to around 35 guests. formed district will be located. The Oxford District was formed from a portion of the Holly Springs Dis- trict and a Land Use Project. Roy Ray, now stationed at Mr. Ida, Arkansas on the Womble Dis- trict of the OuacP.ita Nslorml Forest will be the new Assistant Ranger lot the Black CTeek Ran- ger District here. Mr. Ray is married and has two daughters. 5 and 2 years old, They plan to move to Wiggins on July 24. Town's New Fire Truck Arrives The town of Wiggins new 1960 model fire truck arrived in town last Thursday afternoon. The new modern truck was purchased from the American Fire Apparatus Company and is moUnt- ed on a Ford chassis. It has a 500 gallon water tank with a 500 gallon 0or minute pump. The new equip- ment carries 1500 feet of hose with 300 feet of booster hose. The ap- proximate cost was $10,000.00, stated Fire Chief Bobby Watts. Chief Watts and his son, Robert. drove the new truck to Wiggins from Battle Creek, Mich. Watts N)ent one day going through the factory and getting acquainted with the different features of the truck. THE LAST BELL RING FOR '60 MENTAL HEALTH WADE REUNION The Wade family reunion was held Sunday, July 2 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Strickland, Sr. I Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Windhum of Seminary, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Wade Of Pass Christian, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Strickland, Jr of Harvey, La., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Follweller and son of Blloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morgan and ram- flies, Mr.'and Mrs. Cennie Herring and family, Winston Payord, Car- olyn Clinton, all of Biloxi, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley PAeis, Jack and Norma Ruth PAeis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Strick- land, Sr., and Allen Strickland of Big Level. Locke. The Rut]edge their guests their son and Mr. and Mrs. R. of St. Paul, Minn. Robert Began spent end visiting Dr. and Mrs in Daton Rouge, xne has returned COmpleting his tour of he was stationed at Ft. Baltimore, Maryland. His Becky Lane and Bobby him and friends, Mr. Philllp Saunders in Bos- xs. Metro Bond left for the Great in North Caroo gone several days. Mrs. Rossie Baggett and SPent Monday in Col- their parents, Mr. W. T. Baggett and Mr. J- W. Calhoun. ti Mrs. Tommy Buckley the T. B. Davis home and Major Buckley in for the week end. Rteurn- them were Mrs. Buckley's Davis and Kay Wes- tow days. Mrs. Collln Null and spent the week end and Mrs. Lewis Barber In Columbia. Mrs. Henry WMismlth week visiting Mr. and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Balrla The serving table was covered in Tuscaloo, Alabama. with a white lace cloth centered Mr. Leif Casey is spending his ,with the punch bowl, encircled vacation with his mother and sis- with pink roses and fern, with pink ter in New Orleana, La. and green candles on either side. Mr. James A. Dvis of Washing- Mrs. Ermon Breland 9resided over ton D. C., H. L, Davis of Meridian, he punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Davis, Mr. The fiumtel held an arrangement and Mrs. C. A. Mitchell and chil- of yellow roses with green candles dren of Lueedaie were gusts of Bey. on the sides. J. A. Davis and h dughtcr  Mrs. Billy Ray Alexander was in Etmice Davis for the week end. charge of the regr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lewis Waller Te gifts were opened by the and son  ff Picyun spent honoree and passed to the guest Monday with Mrs. Bertha Waller. to view, Mr. Waller returned home kvir Hostesses were Mesdames Llllian his wife and son to visit Mrs. Waller Breland, B. R. Alexander, Hobble and Mrs. Ida CTuthirda of McHenry Alexander, Francine Martin, Nettle for several days. Cameron, Sidney Quaves and Miss- Miss Glen Denson spent a week es Rubble Smith and F_llth Par- with Mr. anti Mrs. Billy Campbell ker. in lurvis. ts, Mrs. Billy Cared bell and dgugh- MISS EARLINE HART HEADS .r returned home and spent three MISSISSIPPI CLUB AT days with Mrs. Glen Denaon and PEABODY COLLEGE other Mrs. R. P. Buffoon. " -- GUeSts In le hoale of Mr. and Nashville, Term -- Miss Earline Mfrs. A. J. Aleer this week are Hart of Wiggins is president of the -s. C. T. Alexander and son Ted )pi state Club at George of Oreen Cstle, Penn., Mr. and Peabody College for Teachers. Mrs. C. K. Alexander of Huston. Miss Hart teaches at perkinston Harvard of Ofport spent Junior College. last week with Mr. ead liars. M.E. State clubs are organized during (Xoper. Peabody's summer session to help Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Newton mad residents become better acquainted children spen the week and visit- Nearly thirty MJss,isslpplans are Ing rs. Newton's mother, Mrs. W enrolled for the 10-week summer L Perry in Jph. session. ent the week end with /enry Wallsmlth. Masson from New is visiting Mr. and Mrs. lu the home of Mr. and Wallsmith for the week Brown ln Lucedale. Mrs. n Smith and children Other officers are: Mrs. Lllian Mrs. R. C. Cqardy of Edith Ellen, Butch, Buddy and Miss Howell Hopkins, Mooreville, vice Ern Crawford of Rattiesburg Miss Harriet Magruder, et Monday with Mrs. lannle laclon, secretary-treasurer; Mls ,Locke d Mrs,  S. Smith. Hart Brown, Union, social Mr. and Mrs. Ray B]aylock spent chairman; and David Sessums several dys In Jackson and Ray- 0ackson. reporter. moral, qher 8mats or the week end were Mr. and . J. S.  Of the 9,400,000 AmerleRns whc and Mrs. D. D. Ken- and son Chris from Raymond, Mr. applied for life insurance last year, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. K. P.  of Misslsslppl 9U8,000 or 97 per cent were accept- rlmS, Oae. ed  lnsum. After a bountiful buffet dinner, a huge birthday cake was served to all. FAREWELL PARTY HONORS MR. AND MRS. R. B. THOMAS Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were honored with a farewell party, Sat- urday evening, July 2, at the First BaptiSt church in tld/e" creatlonal Ball, by several la es of the church. The hall held arrangements of dasies and marigolds. The serving It able covered with a lace cloth was I centered with a arrangement of bronze dahlias. Games were enjoyed, followed by refreslments of home made ice cream and cake. Mrs. Thomas was pre.';ented a dozen red ros(.;. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Capentex, I daughter and son-in-law oi the Thomas' and their dughtcrs, Car- olyn and Careen Ann of Brown- wood, Texas were among the 50 attending. The Thomas have moved to Hat- tiesburg. JAMES E. PRICE DOING BASIC TRAINING AT FT. JACKSON Recruit James E. Price, son ot Mr. and Mrs. B, T. pr|c of Wig- gins is presently assigned to Co:n- oany A, 8th attalion, 2nd Train- ing Regiment of the U.S. Army Training Center, Infantry, at Fort Jackson, S. C. where he is under- ing eight weeks of Basic Combat Training. The remarkable thing about school reunions is that your old classmates have gotten so fat and bald that they hardly recognize you. BIRTHS I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ishee, Wig- I gins, Miss., a daughter, Connie J. |born July I, 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buck, 1324 Forhier Ave., Oulfport, MU., a son, Gordon d, born JUly $, I@60. CHKAN.ONEAL REUNION SET FOR SUNDAY, JULY 17 JAMES L. CAMERON SERVING IN MARINE TRANSPORT Marine Pfc. James L. Cameron of Wggins, 18 serving with the Se- cond ot, or  Battalion. a unit of the ctmd Marine Division at Camp Ljeune, N.C. The Battalion provides fast and efficient transportation of troops, weapons ammunition and supplies, Id you have not contributed to .the mental health fund for 190, please send your donation to Mr. Ferris Batson or Mrs. Sadie un- ningham at the Cunnlngham Shoe Store or to me. You may not think too much a- bout this call, because you do not believe that mental illness will come to you or yours, but I aay mental illness is no respector of I persons. / We used to have no hopes when we had to send one of our lov ones to an institution, but now we do have hopes, and with more re- search and more facllitie we can have more hopes. Please do not let the bell go un- answered. Thank you, Mrs. H. H. Batson HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEET8 IN L. A. VARNADO HOME The Stone County Hospital AUX- iliary met in the home o Mrs. L. A. Varnado with Mrs. T. P. Walton as co-hostess on Tuesday afternoon, June 28. Mrs. D. D. Green presented the Inspiration and Mrs. Melvin Prid- gen gave the prayer. The hostesses served a refreshing plate after which the meeting ad- Oourned. There were 10 members and one guest. Mrs. Ella Flurry present. The Cochran and O'Neal annual joint reunion will be held on the greatly increasing the mobility of I Third Sunday in July (July 17) at the Second Marine pelion. .^^ ........ '--k ommunit" Center I Before enlisting m Marcn vav, All friends and relatives are in-[Cameron graauatea xrom wgg vited to attend. Picnic lunch willllligh School. be served at noon. The business session will begin promptly at 10:00 o'clock with Mr. George O'Neal presiding, JORDAN BIRTH ltr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Jordan of Jackson, announce the birth of their son, David rnle Jordan on July 2, at the MississiPpi Baptist Hospital in jackson. Mrs. Jordan is the former Patricia Rayburn. Maternal grandoarents rc Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bairn and paternal grandparents are Mr. nd Mrs. M. E. Jordan, Perkins- On. HOME PTA TO PRESENT COMEDY FRIDAY, JULY I5 "Husband's Don't Know Every- thing," a three act comedy will be presented Friday evening, July 15 at Home School auditorium bY the. Home PTA grouP. Curtain time is 7:30 and admission is 35 and 50 cent If you criticize the wealthy these days, you ny be acused of being mataolSl. Seven Calves In Four Years... Mother and calves come f,m the and Me are hale and happy. All farm of Hontas and Mac O Neal. ]inquiries made, show t.at t.a very, This mother, a common cow, father,very untmm,} hagpening. Next year tr Victor Hollo. The cow has had l the O'Neal s are looking for twins seven calves in four years, twirls, t again, Two males, one male, mate one calf twins, twins. These calves lnd female, male and emale is the axe two months old, and like Honta order i which they came.