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July 7, 1960     Stone County Enterprise
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the Stone Coun erprUm W. PSLTT lt ..... "-' vecond  ma T, mLter. July 3. 1906. a tle Polt (Mlbe Zi4U. ]d[I/llDni. uxtder Act of (on,',e,e lreh N lm _gtlOn$ from retders wi)! t ebeerfltUV recelvacl  kJd when Dos{b]e. All sltoh eommunleatlo;a mus be Mmed byt Rot nec..eutrllv for pub]tcatlon, but L,  ffua,'antt$ of Htam should be inclosed If ,',,turn of manturlDt la dlrl. are requested to notll'! the offiet  fltilure go real T,,,," .__. ............. U 8hr ]lmt&s ............. U Letter To Editor Subject: MENTAL ILLNESS Dear Editor: I've had the oppOrtunity again nd again to rd in our newspaper columns refering to this subjf'et, and some where along the line, that Stone County's No. One ill- ness was mental illness. I'm wondering what's wrong? Do you, my friends, agree with me that mental illness should be given ser- ious thought, rather than quota- ions that sound as though its a legend handed down in it's worst tage. Ninety per cent of our modern generation have never seen a true psychosis patient. It takes years )f hardships, work and worry to accumulate the simplest things in Alto, that finally breakdown our old or middle age people into nervious IhyOertension collapse. Then gossip Is the ;first dose of poison adminis- ADVERTISEMENT FOR RIDS The Stone County Board of Ed- ucation will receive sealed bids Monday mormng, August 1, 1960, at 10:00 in the Office of the Stone county Supt. of Educ.tion, Wiggins, Mississippi, or one (1) ten pas- senger motor vehicle not used more than 15.{)00 miles, in good mechani- cal condition, 1958 or later model. At the same time the Board will receive bids for one (1) lsed lumber planer, 18 inch width, with three Horsepower Electric motor. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and 'to waive Informalities. Boyce L. Breland, Execu- tive Secretary Stone County Board of Education Ju7/14/21 TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISII 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8.3653 - I - -i OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial JU -1787 Ill rlzL SL Hattlbltl ..... | Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE IIOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIFT CENTER tlLOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 I tered by people bring that about the accusations of this so-called mental illness or in the first degree as psychosis. I know, and this is a fact, if people call you psycho, they are the ones infected. I hope this will give thought to persons in an elevated catagory of thinking, to ignore the gossip cla, that is trying to brainwash and poison their neighbors into become a complete failure. Yours truly, Mrs. Wm. Lenard, St. )H00ME00. By GLORIA AULTMAN, Agent GIRLS 4-H ACTIVITIES State 4-H Sunior Leadership Conference Pena Mac Walker. Maria Tarcz- anin and lriss Gloria Aultman, Home Agent, have recently return- ed from a 4-day Leadership Train- ing Conference held at Mississippi State University, United Gas spon- sored the trip. State Home Demonstration Council Mrs. Van B. Hill and Miss Glorl Aultman, Home Agent. spent 3 days last week particip.ting in the State Home Demonstration Councils an- nual meeting at Mississl'ppi State University. 4-H Conservation Camp Pinky Breland, daughter o5 Mr. and Mrs. Ermon Breland. attended  4-day Conservation Camp at C'hocaw Lake, 4-H Center last week. She received training in Soil NOTICE TO PURCHASE AIR CONDITIONERS Notice is hreby given that seal- ed bid will be received by the Board of Trustees of the SLone County Community Hospital, at the office of the Administrator of said hospital, in the Town of Wig- gins, Mississippi, until the hour of 7 o'clock 'p. m. on the 15h day of July, 1960 for the purchase, by said hospital of the following equip- ment: Ten (10) air conditioning .units in accordance with specifica- tions thereof on file in the of- fice of the administrator of said hospital. All bidders who desire to ex, amino said specifications may do o at the office of said adminstra- tor between the hours of 8 o'clock l a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m. on Monday ,through Friday. All bids mus be filed at the of- ,Tice of the administrator of said ,hospital on or before the hour of 7 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day of uly, 1960, at which time all bids submitted will be opened and ma- .turely considered by, the said Board of Trustees. The said Board of' Trustees re- serves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all infornmlities. In witness whereof, I 1lave here- unto set and subscribed my hand on this, the 23rd day f June, A. D., 1960. Hal T. 1owtkes, President, Board of Trustees, Storm County Community Hospital J23130/Ju7/14 g Linoleum & Tile Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting liigg'ma Floor -- Aluminum Awnings -- Venetian BHnds FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St. --Biloxi, Miss. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Phone ID 2-5252 IF INTEREsTED--CALL WARREN WAS--WA 8-9649 TIRE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE and Water Conservation and will serve as a Junior 4-H Leader in this subject. 4-H Camp Approximately 50 girls are en- joying a 3-day . camp this week at Ocean Spring 4-H Center. 4-H Club Congress 4-H Club Congress delegates from Stone County axe preparing them- selves for State 4-H Club Congress o be held July 12-15. Rena Mac Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Walker will compete, in the 'tate Electric contest. Her expenses are being paid by Pearl River Valley Electric Association. Pinky Breland, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Ermon Breland is competing in State Clothing contest. Maria Tarczanin, daughter of Ms-. and Mrs. John Tarczanin, is competing in the State Foods Contest. The Stone County Advisory Council sponsors t:he Clothing ad Food contestants. STRM2A; fl, eatre For Wednesday & Thursday Man On A String with Ernesl Borgnine and Carole Maihews -- PLUS CARTOON -- Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, CARD OF TIlANKS ness aad death"[, our loved one.less and sympathy, and for all the each ol you. Mrs. Columbia Anti" Lott. peeiat[ nice food you brought and served The Family. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the Doctors and Nurses To Elder O. H Byrd and Elder C. y$ at Memorial Hospital in Oul.fport, P. Toney for your kind words and It's no I thanks and appreciation for every to the neighbors and friends who prayers. Also for the beautiful flor- r,o calm about space kindness shown us during the ill- helped in any way, Ior their kind-lal offerings. May God richly bless no taxpayers. Record Breaking Rate! This is the gracious Itnpala Sport Sedan More people are buying Chevrolets (includlng means the buying's better than ever for you right now. Corvairs) than ever before--and Chevrolet's popular- So drop in for a chat with your dealer while the ity leadership is rtaching new, all-time highs! That choice is wide and the time is right! m m  mmnlliimm n / m  d, tUIE, IL/V'P00 il00ttl00tlAID THE BEST SELLER'S 00l#mmkl 1 00Vllll[l00lll CAR OF THE YEAR! Corvair 700 C-Door Sedan (cith handy ]old-docun rear s,at  No other car even came close to Corvair hi tl year's competition for Motor Trend magazine'[ Car-of-the-Year award. But unless you've ac- tually driven a Corvair--expedenred its  ride, light steering, grab-hold-and-go trard --you can't imagine how quick it really is to please. Your dealer's the man to see. See Chevrolet cars, Chevy's Corvair and Com,ette at ),our/oral authorized Chevrolet dealer's. Star Chevrolet Company, Inc. Phone WAlnut 8-4405 Wiggins. GL0 DRIVE.I N Ill-WAY Ill, NORTll First Show Starts 7:15 Friday & Saturday CHILL WILLS. LANIE FUtL[R CATHY DOWNS J[ANN[ CAGNEY A HOW(O PIIODllOII -- PLUS CARTOON -- Monday & Tuesday Suddenly Last Summer with Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift PLUS CARTOON Wednesday & Thursday GLENN FORD DEBBIE REYNOLDS PLUS CARTOON II GOTA f SUMMER COL[00 TAKE ._.. RELIEF W. K. Ross, Manager Mrs. Judy Dossett Loan Arranger Mrs. Betty Bevis Loan Arranger HONOR LOAN BROKER00 403 SOUTH MAIN ST. IIATTIESBURG, MISS. brings you over 25 YEARS OF SOLID EXPERIENCE ,lo00e vour s ' . money problems LOANS CONVENIENTLY ARRANGED ON: Signature- Auto- Furniture. Real Estate '50-$1,000.00 YOUR LUCKY MONEY NUMBER JU 3-5588 Call -- Write -- Or Come By HONOR LOAN BROKERS Inc. 403 South Main St. -- Hattiesburg, Miss. Locally Owned... Locally Operated By and For Local Folks the Stone Coun erprUm W. PSLTT lt ..... "-' vecond  ma T, mLter. July 3. 1906. a tle Polt (Mlbe Zi4U. ]d[I/llDni. uxtder Act of (on,',e,e lreh N lm _gtlOn$ from retders wi)! t ebeerfltUV recelvacl  kJd when Dos{b]e. All sltoh eommunleatlo;a mus be Mmed byt Rot nec..eutrllv for pub]tcatlon, but L,  ffua,'antt$ of Htam should be inclosed If ,',,turn of manturlDt la dlrl. are requested to notll'! the offiet  fltilure go real T,,,," .__. ............. U 8hr ]lmt&s ............. U Letter To Editor Subject: MENTAL ILLNESS Dear Editor: I've had the oppOrtunity again nd again to rd in our newspaper columns refering to this subjf'et, and some where along the line, that Stone County's No. One ill- ness was mental illness. I'm wondering what's wrong? Do you, my friends, agree with me that mental illness should be given ser- ious thought, rather than quota- ions that sound as though its a legend handed down in it's worst tage. Ninety per cent of our modern generation have never seen a true psychosis patient. It takes years )f hardships, work and worry to accumulate the simplest things in Alto, that finally breakdown our old or middle age people into nervious IhyOertension collapse. Then gossip Is the ;first dose of poison adminis- ADVERTISEMENT FOR RIDS The Stone County Board of Ed- ucation will receive sealed bids Monday mormng, August 1, 1960, at 10:00 in the Office of the Stone county Supt. of Educ.tion, Wiggins, Mississippi, or one (1) ten pas- senger motor vehicle not used more than 15.{)00 miles, in good mechani- cal condition, 1958 or later model. At the same time the Board will receive bids for one (1) lsed lumber planer, 18 inch width, with three Horsepower Electric motor. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and 'to waive Informalities. Boyce L. Breland, Execu- tive Secretary Stone County Board of Education Ju7/14/21 TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISII 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8.3653 - I - -i OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial JU -1787 Ill rlzL SL Hattlbltl ..... | Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE IIOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIFT CENTER tlLOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 I tered by people bring that about the accusations of this so-called mental illness or in the first degree as psychosis. I know, and this is a fact, if people call you psycho, they are the ones infected. I hope this will give thought to persons in an elevated catagory of thinking, to ignore the gossip cla, that is trying to brainwash and poison their neighbors into become a complete failure. Yours truly, Mrs. Wm. Lenard, St. )H00ME00. By GLORIA AULTMAN, Agent GIRLS 4-H ACTIVITIES State 4-H Sunior Leadership Conference Pena Mac Walker. Maria Tarcz- anin and lriss Gloria Aultman, Home Agent, have recently return- ed from a 4-day Leadership Train- ing Conference held at Mississippi State University, United Gas spon- sored the trip. State Home Demonstration Council Mrs. Van B. Hill and Miss Glorl Aultman, Home Agent. spent 3 days last week particip.ting in the State Home Demonstration Councils an- nual meeting at Mississl'ppi State University. 4-H Conservation Camp Pinky Breland, daughter o5 Mr. and Mrs. Ermon Breland. attended  4-day Conservation Camp at C'hocaw Lake, 4-H Center last week. She received training in Soil NOTICE TO PURCHASE AIR CONDITIONERS Notice is hreby given that seal- ed bid will be received by the Board of Trustees of the SLone County Community Hospital, at the office of the Administrator of said hospital, in the Town of Wig- gins, Mississippi, until the hour of 7 o'clock 'p. m. on the 15h day of July, 1960 for the purchase, by said hospital of the following equip- ment: Ten (10) air conditioning .units in accordance with specifica- tions thereof on file in the of- fice of the administrator of said hospital. All bidders who desire to ex, amino said specifications may do o at the office of said adminstra- tor between the hours of 8 o'clock l a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m. on Monday ,through Friday. All bids mus be filed at the of- ,Tice of the administrator of said ,hospital on or before the hour of 7 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day of uly, 1960, at which time all bids submitted will be opened and ma- .turely considered by, the said Board of Trustees. The said Board of' Trustees re- serves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all infornmlities. In witness whereof, I 1lave here- unto set and subscribed my hand on this, the 23rd day f June, A. D., 1960. Hal T. 1owtkes, President, Board of Trustees, Storm County Community Hospital J23130/Ju7/14 g Linoleum & Tile Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting liigg'ma Floor -- Aluminum Awnings -- Venetian BHnds FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St. --Biloxi, Miss. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Phone ID 2-5252 IF INTEREsTED--CALL WARREN WAS--WA 8-9649 TIRE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE and Water Conservation and will serve as a Junior 4-H Leader in this subject. 4-H Camp Approximately 50 girls are en- joying a 3-day . camp this week at Ocean Spring 4-H Center. 4-H Club Congress 4-H Club Congress delegates from Stone County axe preparing them- selves for State 4-H Club Congress o be held July 12-15. Rena Mac Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Walker will compete, in the 'tate Electric contest. Her expenses are being paid by Pearl River Valley Electric Association. Pinky Breland, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Ermon Breland is competing in State Clothing contest. Maria Tarczanin, daughter of Ms-. and Mrs. John Tarczanin, is competing in the State Foods Contest. The Stone County Advisory Council sponsors t:he Clothing ad Food contestants. STRM2A; fl, eatre For Wednesday & Thursday Man On A String with Ernesl Borgnine and Carole Maihews -- PLUS CARTOON -- Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, CARD OF TIlANKS ness aad death"[, our loved one.less and sympathy, and for all the each ol you. Mrs. Columbia Anti" Lott. peeiat[ nice food you brought and served The Family. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the Doctors and Nurses To Elder O. H Byrd and Elder C. y$ at Memorial Hospital in Oul.fport, P. Toney for your kind words and It's no I thanks and appreciation for every to the neighbors and friends who prayers. Also for the beautiful flor- r,o calm about space kindness shown us during the ill- helped in any way, Ior their kind-lal offerings. May God richly bless no taxpayers. Record Breaking Rate! This is the gracious Itnpala Sport Sedan More people are buying Chevrolets (includlng means the buying's better than ever for you right now. Corvairs) than ever before--and Chevrolet's popular- So drop in for a chat with your dealer while the ity leadership is rtaching new, all-time highs! That choice is wide and the time is right! m m  mmnlliimm n / m  d, tUIE, IL/V'P00 il00ttl00tlAID THE BEST SELLER'S 00l#mmkl 1 00Vllll[l00lll CAR OF THE YEAR! Corvair 700 C-Door Sedan (cith handy ]old-docun rear s,at  No other car even came close to Corvair hi tl year's competition for Motor Trend magazine'[ Car-of-the-Year award. But unless you've ac- tually driven a Corvair--expedenred its  ride, light steering, grab-hold-and-go trard --you can't imagine how quick it really is to please. Your dealer's the man to see. See Chevrolet cars, Chevy's Corvair and Com,ette at ),our/oral authorized Chevrolet dealer's. Star Chevrolet Company, Inc. Phone WAlnut 8-4405 Wiggins. GL0 DRIVE.I N Ill-WAY Ill, NORTll First Show Starts 7:15 Friday & Saturday CHILL WILLS. LANIE FUtL[R CATHY DOWNS J[ANN[ CAGNEY A HOW(O PIIODllOII -- PLUS CARTOON -- Monday & Tuesday Suddenly Last Summer with Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift PLUS CARTOON Wednesday & Thursday GLENN FORD DEBBIE REYNOLDS PLUS CARTOON II GOTA f SUMMER COL[00 TAKE ._.. RELIEF W. K. Ross, Manager Mrs. Judy Dossett Loan Arranger Mrs. Betty Bevis Loan Arranger HONOR LOAN BROKER00 403 SOUTH MAIN ST. IIATTIESBURG, MISS. brings you over 25 YEARS OF SOLID EXPERIENCE ,lo00e vour s ' . money problems LOANS CONVENIENTLY ARRANGED ON: Signature- Auto- Furniture. Real Estate '50-$1,000.00 YOUR LUCKY MONEY NUMBER JU 3-5588 Call -- Write -- Or Come By HONOR LOAN BROKERS Inc. 403 South Main St. -- Hattiesburg, Miss. Locally Owned... 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