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,./ August 12, 2015 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE LOCAL .o' 3A I I ( ...... • ... -. two brothers, William In lieu of flowers, the Funeral services will be Warden of Wiggins and family requests dona- held at 12 p.m., James Warden of tions be made to Pass Thursday, August 13 at Portland, Ore.; two sis- Christian Rotary Charity White Funeral Home, ters, Lenora Warden of Trust Fund, PO Box 143, 315 HvW lZ S, Seattle, Wash. and Pass Christian, MS Poplarville. Interment Margaret Brierly of 39571. will follow in Smith (Old Emmett, Ind.; and Bradford-O'Keefe Steephollow) Cemetew. numerous other family Funeral Home, 15th St., White Funeral H(mm and friends. Gulfport is in charge of of Poplarville is in Moore Funeral Home arrangements, charge of arrangements. in Wiggins was in Memories may be charge of arrangements, shared at www.bradfor- Mr. Bobby Ray "Uncle Architect John Peter Bobby" Whitten, age 66 Mykolyk, age 90 and a Mr. Stuart L)-a "Toot" and a resident of resident of Pass Smith, age 60 and a res- Perkinston, died Christian, died peaceflfl- ident of Poplarville, died Monday, August 3, ly amidst family on Monday, August lo, 2o15. Friday, August 7, 2o152o15 at his residence. Mr. Whitten was born at his home on the Wolf Mr. Smith was born on Nov. 18, 1948. He River in Pass Christian. Oct. 92 to Horace Smith enjoyed his horses, trail Mr. Mykolyk was born Jr. and Anita Moore rides, his wagon and to Ukrainian immi- Smith. He was a skidder spending time with his grants and raised in operator with Mitchell family and friends. His Saskatoon, Logging and a member saying was, "Here for a Saskatchewan, in the of New Bethel Baptist short time and gone for central plains of Canada, Church. a long time." He truly where he overcame His parents preceded enjoyed living, hardship together withhim in death. His parents, Leonard his brother, the late He is sur’ived by three and Irene Whitten of Mike, and sister, the late siblings, Aero Perkinston and a broth- Vicki Cowell. (Christine) Smith, Carla er, 3 ames Whiten Adventurous spirits and { am) Lee ana 3 oe Poplaville, all preceded hockey enthusiasts both, (Lori) Smith; and a host him in death, they would later join the of nieces, nephews and He is survived by his Royal Canadian Air extended family. daughter, Susan Force, which John par-The family will receive (Tommy) Scarborough; layed into entry to the friends 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. son, Ray (Danielle) UniversiW of Manitoba,on Thursday, August 13, Whitten of Perkinston; where he discovered a at New Bethel Baptist siblings, Beatrice Ladner love for architecture and Church. and Roy Whitten; five met Ismay MaD" Funeral services will grandchildren, Joshua, Mykolyk, nee Haines, begin at 3 p.m., Colton, Reagan, Anna with whom he launched Thursday, August 13. and Isabelle; and five his career in Minnesota Rev. Mike Reid will offi- great grandchildren, and soon relocated to ciate. Interment will fol- In honor of his New Orleans and had low in the church ceme- request, a private two daughters, tery. memorial service will be A member of The White Funeral Home held. American Institute of of Poplarville is in Moore Funeral Home Architects since 1978, he charge of arrangements. in Wiggins is in charge later relocated to Pass of arrangements. Christian, with the "lFm __ Smith offices of John Mykolyk KOy & Associates on Scenic Drive. He designed Mr. Roy Smith, age 80 many buildings in Passand a resident of Christian including city PoplmMlle, died hall, library, Mississippi Sunday, August 9, 2o15 Mrs. Ruby Lee Lott Power building and at his residence. Winters, age 86 and a many schools. He and Mr. Snfith was born resident of Millbrook, his family members Sept. 7, 1934 to Namie Ma., died Wednesday, enjoyed the Pass and Lula Smith. He was August 5, 2o15 in Christian Mardi Gras a welder with the Millbrook. parade from his officepipeline and a member Her parents, Dolphus balcony. He was known of Steephollow Baptist and Mary Lou Hinton as a keen and unflinch- Church. Lott; one brother, ing intellect, avid tennis In addition to his par- Reynolds Lott; and one player, swimmer, active ents, he is preceded in sister, Ann Lois Hinton, Rotary club member, andeath by two brothers, all preceded her in occasional contributorDoyle Smith and Steeile death, of political cartoons to Smith. She is survived by her the local newspaper, and He is survived by two husband, Floyd Winters lover of a good gin mar- daughters, Aniesa Smith of Millbrook; two chil- tini. He liked to quote and Elayna (Billy) dren, Debbie (Guy) one of his favorite Walker; two sons, Croy Willis of Millbrook and authors, Charles Smith and finance, Greg-(Jean) Winters of Bukowski: "and he Brittani,Tino (Kim) Boca Raton, Fla.-, one never hurt a soul." Mariucci; one sister, Lee brother, Burnell John is survived by his (Everett) Hodge; one (Evelyn) Lott of wife, Deborah Browningbrother, Troy Smith; six Perkinston; two grand- Mykolyk of 43 years; grandchildren, Gino, children, Grant (Sarah) and daughters, Louise Marchella, Nicholas, Willis of Mobile, Ma. Brown and Carol Caleb, Aspen and Baby and Bethany Willis of Riddick. He is also sur- Smith to be. He is also Millbrook; and one vived by his six lm4ngsurvived by nmnerous great grandchild, Emma grandchildren in nieces and nephews. Jane Willis of Mobile. Mississippi, Texas andThe family will receive Moore Funeral Home New York. friends lO a.m. - m in Wiggins is in charge The family will hold ap.m., Thursday, August of arrangements, memorial service at a 13 at White Funeral Memories may be later date. Home, Poplarville. shared at www.moorefl - Mr. Robert "Sleepy Bob" Warden, age 60 and a resident of Wiggins, died Wednesday, August 5, 2o15 in Wiggins. His parents, Coy and Isabelle Warden; com- panion, Lynn Payne; and numerous other family members, pre- ceded him in death, He is survived by hi: Crimestoppers pays cash rewards for tips leading an arrest or the apprehension of a fugitive. Whether you pr@,r banking h~ person with our fl'iendty stqOi telebanking or online banking, Southern National Bank is here to serve you. Online Bonkin9 . Driv up AIM • ($etkin9 A(tounls • Oebil Mo er(otd 5nvings Atcnunh * Oired I)eposils. Loons & Morlgoges • (ommerdd Honking Relireme.l A(tounls • US $ovings 8onds • $ovings (Ds & (erlilknles Southern National Bank [ 1025 Hall St., Wiggins, Miss. 60i 928-7295 ] iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii II " I II I I I I I Presented by the Bank of Wiggins Serving you since z916 ( m piled by Charlotte WippIer ( MI infol'mation fin" Looking Back is taken as it originally appeared) I I lO Years Ago From the Wednesday, August 31, 2005 issue of the Stone County Enterprise. • Picture: According to Sheriff Mike Farmer, A Biloxi man was arrested following a traffic stop by Stone Count)" Deputy Jinmly Williams. During a traffic stop on tb%, 49 S tbr a traffic violation, Williams observed i that the driver was extremely nmx- 7 I ous and shaking, lille conducting a license and insurance check, Williams observed serval other indi- cators that the driver was hiding something illegal. After Williams requested assistance, the driver gave permission %r oNr. r : art'h vehicle, and advised them that he had over two pounds of marijuana on the front seat. The man was then place under arrest. • Picture: Three and four year old children from the Gingerbread House visited the Wiggins Fire Department. They watched has Jason Mbritton put on his firetight- ing gear and showed them how a fireman searches t;or pegple in a fire. Because yotlng children ate some- times afraid when they encounter a fireman at a fire, they were encour- aged to touch his mask. Also teach- ing the children what to do m case of a fire were,g! &e Davenport and David Lee, They later took a tour of the station to see the fire trucks and other equipment used by firemen. • The Stone County Boar(l of Supervisors annotmced plans to pro- vide a discount prescription medi- cine benefit, without cost to the County, which will be available for all count)" residents who desired it. M the National Association of County Officials [NACO ] meotings in Hawaii, Stone Supervisors studied a pilot discount drug program hich had been tested in 17 counties, across Mnerica. • Military Mentions: Army Pvt. Daniel J. Delaney graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. [te is the son of Mien J. Delaney of Lumberton, Miss., and Sharon M. Winstine of Pelican St., Stideli. I.a • New Arrivals: I,anw I). ,lones ,lr • Obituaries Included: Eddie L. Bolton, 78 of Beaumont, Martha James, 66 of Wiggins, Imcille M. Randall, 85 of Perkinston, Hazel Campbell, 91 ol Wiggins, and Mary lti]l Boggs, 89 of Wiggins 25 Years Ago From the Thursday, September 6, 199o issue of the Stone Cotmty. • Picture: Ihmdreds of Stone County residents gathered in a red, white, & blue decorated, Blaylock Park, for a dedication and ribbon tying ceremony, paying tribute to overseas military and hostages involved in Operation Desert Shield. • According to Police Chief Joel Simpson, a family disturbance turned violent and left one Wiggins man dead. • Picture: Wiggins Fire Department assisted Methodist Hospital with four injured people, after a 1968 International pulp wood truck collid- ed with a 197o Ford Truck at the comer of 4th St. and Hatten Ave, • Picture: Anthony Christian, Agency M'a ager of Sm e Farm Bureau, announced the appointment of Ed Rawls as agent. , Military Mentions: Pvt. Terrance D. Hall, graduated from basic train- ing at Fort leonard Wood, MO. He was a 1989 graduate of Stone High School. Air Force Airman Sonya J. Beliknap, arrived for duty at March Air Force Base, California. • Obituaries Included: PhiUip Wayne Clay, Jr., 19 of Wiggins 50 Years Ago From the Thursday, September 2, 1965 issue of the Stone County Enterprise. • "rhe annu Boxed. "on,as scheduled Memorial Park Cemetery in MeHenry. Mrs. Darwin Maples, of Lucedale and Mrs. C, H, Dale, of Ocean Springs, were the guest speakers. • Military Mentions: Second It. James B. Day, 23 year old son of Mrs. Lola B. Conley, of Wiggins, completed an ordnance officer basic course at ,^m'ny Ordnance Center And School at Aberdeen Proving • Ground, MD. Marine Pvt. Ronnie H. Scarbrough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scarbrough, of Perkinston, completed four weeks of individual combat training with the First hffantry Regiment, at Camp Ledeune, NC. • New Arrivals: Belinda Aliei t Delanw, Hatten baby boy, and Byrd baby girl. • Obituaries Included: J. N. King, 81 of Wiggins, C. C. Ladner, 73 of Saucier. • Playing at the Straub Theatre: Tomb of Ligeia, Mr. Moses and John Goldfarb Come Home, plus a ear- toon. • Playing at the GLO Drive-In: From Russia With Love, plus a car- toon. i • I Taken from the September 1959 Bank of Wiggins Insert The Bees and the Snail According; to Aesop a snail crawled into a beehive and died there. Naturally, the bewildered bees were much disturbed. But as they buzzed they used their Wits and, being bees, they went to work. They covered the snail with a case of wax and their hive became again as sweet as the hlonev they stored away in it. And the busy bees hummed this timely moral that has survived the ages, 'When things come to the worst, they must mend r' When things get so bad they can t get any worse, they begin to get better. One pf the most rewarding of all virtues is perseverance, and no one can ave money without it. Mc.nzbm~ i LENDER k