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July 7, 1960     Stone County Enterprise
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i MISS BEffrY A_NN BOND Miss Betty Ann Bond To Become Bride Of Mr. Billy McArthur Bagwell Mr. and Mrs. Temmis Lamar Bond of Perkinston, Missis.sippi, an- nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Billy McArthur Bag'wcll. son of Mr. ad Mrs. William Henry Bagwell of Ackerman, Mississippi. The wedding will be solemn- ized at six-thirty pan., July 16 m Big Level Baptist Church All Iriends and relatives are invited to attend Immediately following the ceremony, a reception will be held ix{ the home of the bride's parent. e.. NOTICE TO SELL COUNTY OWNED EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the 13oard of Supervisors el Stem County, Mississippi up to an0 nm ,ter than ll o'clock a. m. on Men- flay, Aagust 1, 1960, for the sale.by aid lard of the following equip- ment owned by SLrpervisor's Dis- trict No. Two. to-wit: One (1) used 0-4 Caterpillar tractor. The used tractor set out above may be examined by any person at the home of O. B. Brown, Super- visor of District No. Two. Tilt" stud Board of Supervisors re- serves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. Witness my Imnd and seal of of. fic, on this. the 7th day of July, gig Level News Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Preston and daughter Dorothy have returned iaome 'ter several days visit with relatives in Texarkmm. Texas, Mrs. E. H. Bond of Big Level and Mrs. Mertz Bond of Perkinsr, on spent Tuesday in Hattiesburg and visited in the I. A. McMurphy home. Mr. and l-s. Lavoy Breland and family of Superior, Ariz. spent last week with Mr. Breland's parents, ,he C. W. Bretands and other re- latices. Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Hamilton and daughter Kathy of Mobile vis- ited Mrs. Hamilton's parents, the H. H Moores Sunday. S/Sgt. Markell Breland enrou to Charleston, West Vs. from sev- eral days duty in Chaxlestxm, S. C. t;pent last week with his parents, the C. W. l-'elands and other rel- atives. Mrs. Breland and children returned with him after spending several weeks with her parents, the Duncan Hattens. Mrs. Lelia Mac (Brooks) Havens nd son of Chamelvin, Texas are visiting StOne Ootmty relatives. Chief and Mrs. John Sellars of Pensacola, Fla. were week end vis- itors with Chief Sellars' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sellars and oth- er relatives. lr. and Mrs. Ray Rednmnd of eruscaloosa, Ala., apent the week end wlth Big Level relatives, their children who had been visiting in the Rlt Moore home and attending the Singing School at Paramount .A.D., 1960. Ilollie T. Bond, Clerk of the (Seal) Board of Supervisors, Stone County, Mississippi Ju7/14/21/28 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE NOTICE TO PIJRCHASE EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by tim BGa'd of StlpTvisors of St'.,Be COHUty, Mississippi up to mid not lat.?r .than 11 o'clock a.m. on Monday, August 1, 19C0. for the purclmse by said Board of the follawin? eq,,np- ment for use by Supervisor's lbis- trict No. Three: One (I) used Tandam truck in good mechanical conditi,m, cap- able of hauling a fro:it end loader. The said Board of SLlpf,rvlsofs reserves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. Witness my hand and seal oI office on this. the 7th day of July, A. D., 1960. Hollie T. Bond, Clerk of the - ?:": :2 5fISS ANITA JOYCE O'NEAL f O'NEAI,-PELTO EN(iA(iE,MENT [ IS . NNO! Nt El) I Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Jul (Seal) Board of Supervisors, Stone o Jtt Coun[y, Mi,;sii,sipi)i Mr. and M'rs A. D O'Ne?,l i Perkinston. am:ounce :he e::.',tDo- Ju7 14 21 28 nlent and approachi::g nla?']:.,-'c oI their daughter, Anita Jcyce to Church returned home with them. Airman First Class Earl Ehner Mrs. Marjorie Holliway of Louis- Pelto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rhner ,afterVille' Ky.,two weeksreturnedvisitlmmein theSaturdaYhome PeltO,Pelo isBeSsmer'stationedMichigan'at KceMcrAU'manAFB ] of her mother. Mrs. J. T. Wallace Biloxi. and sister, Mrs. Burnell Lott and l I The wedding is planned for early I family. I k/uly. Asthma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis Responds Well Under Chiropractic Care DR. C. A. ENGLE CHIROPRACTOR WIGGINS Next To O'Neal's Gift Center FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF * LOUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS * ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS PlanI--Petal, Miss. P.O. Bo Telephone Jll 4-5501 Hattiesburg, QIrALITY CONCRETE Made In Mississippi By Mississi BUILD FOR PERMANENCY A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins HAAS DAVIS SPICED LUtlCH MEAT 6 oz.ekg. 4 Carefully Selected For Clover Farm Stores CHIJCK ROAST l)inty Moore21-oz. Can 45c BEEF STEW Aunl Jemimal -lb. Box ANCHOR for a wandering son GRITS 2 for- ............ { '[ovorFilrlll --No. 2.', Can PEACHES ............... 29. SPAM c.. Swanson's TV Swiss102oz. Pkg. STEAK DINNER .... 49 Tenn. Brand SlicedlO-oz. Pkg. S-BERRIES 2 for Dcssert--7-oz. Can Does that boy of yours think the grass looks greener in other states ? Do the colleges seem more exciting in the North and East ? Are the jobs more tempting in the Middlewest or West? Ambitious young citizens are the greatest asset of our state, and we can keep them here with jobs  good jobs, with opportunities for advancement. That's one of the reasons our company works so diligently to bring more and more new industry into the Gulf South -- to create jobs and payrolls for our young men and women. For more than 20 years we have advertised the advantages of this area to industrialists all over t'e countT. We believe we're helping to provide good jobs for our citizens of the future. UNITE TOPPING TOPIT U.S. No. 1 Round White or Red POTATOES 10 lbs.___ 29c Red Cardnial GRAPES ............... 25,' !,(,N EI,ESS BEEF STEW LB. 49 SALT MEAT CAS|| , 1 CAR.I-d Clover Farm---8-og. TOMATO 3 for .......... Clover Farm FLOUR 10-lb. B llover Farm FLOUR 25-1b. Bag .... Akma Aluminum 12"x25' Roll __ AleO Aluminum 18"x25' Parson's Househ/d4 AMMONIA Pint Chef Boy Spagh. & Meat 2 for .......... Clover Farm PEARS 21/2 Can Nabisco--Cello Oreo 11 3/4-oz. Pk LIQUID Giant Size LB. 2 OEYINO TH OULF' IOUTtl Vt i tl li ltotlk.., tml m wlp/y0r phml slmM I bes Is Ikls srN. Tls Um emunm is  s0 mm .Mmst IMs s PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. 8& i MISS BEffrY A_NN BOND Miss Betty Ann Bond To Become Bride Of Mr. Billy McArthur Bagwell Mr. and Mrs. Temmis Lamar Bond of Perkinston, Missis.sippi, an- nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Billy McArthur Bag'wcll. son of Mr. ad Mrs. William Henry Bagwell of Ackerman, Mississippi. The wedding will be solemn- ized at six-thirty pan., July 16 m Big Level Baptist Church All Iriends and relatives are invited to attend Immediately following the ceremony, a reception will be held ix{ the home of the bride's parent. e.. NOTICE TO SELL COUNTY OWNED EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the 13oard of Supervisors el Stem County, Mississippi up to an0 nm ,ter than ll o'clock a. m. on Men- flay, Aagust 1, 1960, for the sale.by aid lard of the following equip- ment owned by SLrpervisor's Dis- trict No. Two. to-wit: One (1) used 0-4 Caterpillar tractor. The used tractor set out above may be examined by any person at the home of O. B. Brown, Super- visor of District No. Two. Tilt" stud Board of Supervisors re- serves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. Witness my Imnd and seal of of. fic, on this. the 7th day of July, gig Level News Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Preston and daughter Dorothy have returned iaome 'ter several days visit with relatives in Texarkmm. Texas, Mrs. E. H. Bond of Big Level and Mrs. Mertz Bond of Perkinsr, on spent Tuesday in Hattiesburg and visited in the I. A. McMurphy home. Mr. and l-s. Lavoy Breland and family of Superior, Ariz. spent last week with Mr. Breland's parents, ,he C. W. Bretands and other re- latices. Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Hamilton and daughter Kathy of Mobile vis- ited Mrs. Hamilton's parents, the H. H Moores Sunday. S/Sgt. Markell Breland enrou to Charleston, West Vs. from sev- eral days duty in Chaxlestxm, S. C. t;pent last week with his parents, the C. W. l-'elands and other rel- atives. Mrs. Breland and children returned with him after spending several weeks with her parents, the Duncan Hattens. Mrs. Lelia Mac (Brooks) Havens nd son of Chamelvin, Texas are visiting StOne Ootmty relatives. Chief and Mrs. John Sellars of Pensacola, Fla. were week end vis- itors with Chief Sellars' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sellars and oth- er relatives. lr. and Mrs. Ray Rednmnd of eruscaloosa, Ala., apent the week end wlth Big Level relatives, their children who had been visiting in the Rlt Moore home and attending the Singing School at Paramount .A.D., 1960. Ilollie T. Bond, Clerk of the (Seal) Board of Supervisors, Stone County, Mississippi Ju7/14/21/28 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE NOTICE TO PIJRCHASE EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by tim BGa'd of StlpTvisors of St'.,Be COHUty, Mississippi up to mid not lat.?r .than 11 o'clock a.m. on Monday, August 1, 19C0. for the purclmse by said Board of the follawin? eq,,np- ment for use by Supervisor's lbis- trict No. Three: One (I) used Tandam truck in good mechanical conditi,m, cap- able of hauling a fro:it end loader. The said Board of SLlpf,rvlsofs reserves the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. Witness my hand and seal oI office on this. the 7th day of July, A. D., 1960. Hollie T. Bond, Clerk of the - ?:": :2 5fISS ANITA JOYCE O'NEAL f O'NEAI,-PELTO EN(iA(iE,MENT [ IS . NNO! Nt El) I Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Jul (Seal) Board of Supervisors, Stone o Jtt Coun[y, Mi,;sii,sipi)i Mr. and M'rs A. D O'Ne?,l i Perkinston. am:ounce :he e::.',tDo- Ju7 14 21 28 nlent and approachi::g nla?']:.,-'c oI their daughter, Anita Jcyce to Church returned home with them. Airman First Class Earl Ehner Mrs. Marjorie Holliway of Louis- Pelto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rhner ,afterVille' Ky.,two weeksreturnedvisitlmmein theSaturdaYhome PeltO,Pelo isBeSsmer'stationedMichigan'at KceMcrAU'manAFB ] of her mother. Mrs. J. T. Wallace Biloxi. and sister, Mrs. Burnell Lott and l I The wedding is planned for early I family. I k/uly. Asthma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis Responds Well Under Chiropractic Care DR. C. A. ENGLE CHIROPRACTOR WIGGINS Next To O'Neal's Gift Center FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF * LOUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS * ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS PlanI--Petal, Miss. P.O. Bo Telephone Jll 4-5501 Hattiesburg, QIrALITY CONCRETE Made In Mississippi By Mississi BUILD FOR PERMANENCY A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins HAAS DAVIS SPICED LUtlCH MEAT 6 oz.ekg. 4 Carefully Selected For Clover Farm Stores CHIJCK ROAST l)inty Moore21-oz. Can 45c BEEF STEW Aunl Jemimal -lb. Box ANCHOR for a wandering son GRITS 2 for- ............ { '[ovorFilrlll --No. 2.', Can PEACHES ............... 29. SPAM c.. Swanson's TV Swiss102oz. Pkg. STEAK DINNER .... 49 Tenn. Brand SlicedlO-oz. Pkg. S-BERRIES 2 for Dcssert--7-oz. Can Does that boy of yours think the grass looks greener in other states ? Do the colleges seem more exciting in the North and East ? Are the jobs more tempting in the Middlewest or West? Ambitious young citizens are the greatest asset of our state, and we can keep them here with jobs  good jobs, with opportunities for advancement. That's one of the reasons our company works so diligently to bring more and more new industry into the Gulf South -- to create jobs and payrolls for our young men and women. For more than 20 years we have advertised the advantages of this area to industrialists all over t'e countT. We believe we're helping to provide good jobs for our citizens of the future. UNITE TOPPING TOPIT U.S. No. 1 Round White or Red POTATOES 10 lbs.___ 29c Red Cardnial GRAPES ............... 25,' !,(,N EI,ESS BEEF STEW LB. 49 SALT MEAT CAS|| , 1 CAR.I-d Clover Farm---8-og. TOMATO 3 for .......... Clover Farm FLOUR 10-lb. B llover Farm FLOUR 25-1b. Bag .... Akma Aluminum 12"x25' Roll __ AleO Aluminum 18"x25' Parson's Househ/d4 AMMONIA Pint Chef Boy Spagh. & Meat 2 for .......... Clover Farm PEARS 21/2 Can Nabisco--Cello Oreo 11 3/4-oz. Pk LIQUID Giant Size LB. 2 OEYINO TH OULF' IOUTtl Vt i tl li ltotlk.., tml m wlp/y0r phml slmM I bes Is Ikls srN. Tls Um emunm is  s0 mm .Mmst IMs s PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. 8&