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PAGE 2B STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE August 12, 2015 LOCAL Pictured left to right Scholarship recipient Caleb Hall, Stone County Supervisor Scott Strickland. ip Stone County resident the Southern Mississippi Hall, who will be Caleb Hall has been Planning and attending Mississippi named a recipient of a Development District, Gulf Community College new scholarship from Inc. this fall, was awarded Rachel Ladnler, Tonya McCord, Kristy Kerlin, Wes Parker, Altovise Johnson, Kathy Moore Customers come to us for prescriptions and peace of mind. That's because we take the time to answer your questions and make sure you understand all you need to know about the medications you're taking. That's the difference you can expect from a neighborhood pharmacy. Most Insurances Accepted- D qve Thnt indow Copy or Fax at the Stone County Enterprise 143 Firsts St. Wiggins. MS 601-928-4802 $750 toward his educa- tion. "I am very appreciative and honored to receive this scholarship and I know it will help in my future," he said. Stone County Supervisor and SMPDD board member Scott Strickland presented the award. "I'm proud to present this to Caleb, Stricldand said, "We all need to do what we can to advance the education of our stu- dents. "It gives me great Pleasure to be able to award this scholarship and invest in his future so he can give back to our community." WHY, I TEEL YA, i,, ,he the Gashouse Gangwas on top of the world! We was ruling the baseball scene and havh~g a good and da~dy time with iL too. We su re did have some fun. Y Once, we wa~ in t hiladdphia, playing the Phillles, of course, and I heard word that the ~r~k Nadomal onvenlion was in town to nominate ?dr. Franklin D. Roo~evdt ~br his second term./de 'n' Frankie Friseh decided to mosey on over and check out the action. Turns out, when we showed up we caused quite a stir! Everyone wanted to meet the star pitcher of the St. Louis Cardinals and h~s famous martageL too. Nobody was listening to those speeches anyhow, so the good Senator from Missouri thought ira fine idea to invite me to the stand , the chairperson that day vetoed the idea. Somethin' about not being quite too certain what I might say. Welt, I told them all, that ehairpersm~ was just afraid I'd stampede the cotwention and take the nominatio~ away from Mro Roosevelt himselfl Truth is, presidentiai nominations aside, there's not much OP Diz can't do. Why I'll tell ya, one day I was risking some kids in a hospital in St. Louis. That day, we was supposed to be playing the Giants in the a,Sernoon. When I was leaving the kids at the hospital I says to them, "Is there anything 1 can do to make ya'tt happier? Anyttfing at a]L I don't bar nnthin' for you kids." Well, those little firecrackers asked me ifl could strike out Bill Terry. Yes sir, they wanted me to strike out Bill Terry with the bases loaded that very afternoon. Dagrmbbit, I was thinking why couldn't they have picked Verger or " ............... Critz? Bill Terry was a monster. Nowadays~ l hear "Memphis Bill" is considered to be one of the greatest men to ever play the game. He iii batter ius~ to gel them bases loaded before looked at me and he says, " Diz, you've ~wver Bill Terry stepped up to bat. t looked him had more than two socks in your entire liie. square in the e3'e and I says, "1 hate to do this, ou'I1 probably find it on your t0ot!" And Bill, but I promised some kids in a hospital what~ know, there it was. today that I'd strike you out with the basts ! got one more yarn to spin for ya. Once, I loaded." just happened to wander into a St. Louis drugstore in the middle of an armed robbery! I said to them robbers, "Whatchya doh)'?" A,d ya know they had the nen,e to tall me to shut up. I like to be a ffiem!ly sort so t decided m introduce myself, "Hi! l'm Diz .,." I began, but those robber men they stuck a pistol right into my ribs and ordered me to the back of the st~ore wkh the other cnstomers. [ g~)e~;sed the) weren't baseball ~hns. Iurns out we all made it out oftha~ jam just fi~e and k~ter that nigh~ I got a phone call i?om one of the !'~hl',ers, iIe'd just realized dm~ he'd |wld up the fimous Dizzy Dean! "I got nothin' against ya, pvr~onalh." he told me. "la fact. I'm a tan," i'o And ya k non, ! smmk that fiHlow out in three prove it too, that robber told me he'd send me pitches, a bunch of neckties. And whatD'a know, next OF I)iz has quite a hit of natural ability, but, day halfa dozen neckties arrived all packaged of course, ~bat doesn't mean I never relied on and ready tbr Mr. Dizzy Dean. I shared t rose { luck! All ba}/p)aye~:s do. I always insisted on ties with the other boys on the Cardinals team ! and they was all dam wearing nmnber ~ 3. And I had a lucky sock, ' / "" ..-~'~i~X, Ne~e~ ~tc happy . to receive" .em~ d~?.-~r~ \~" ", :'"1" hed a game without that good sock. z~.,~,~: Almost lost it once. It was in the clubhouse. I iook~d ~ ound :mdc ~ .... ................. { ,:" ;: ', ~ ofldn tfindthatsock . .nvwhere I to d t w boys I cot ldn't p tch ~X : : .... until f lbu,~d it. t said ! hadn't worked a game :0H th. s,, k my pocket. So, we all was looking around, tearing that Wa'ny} a~ clubhouse apart ~ing to find Diary's lucky sock. Wh,, o!:, s,,!de,, ankie Frisch 400, no easy feat. Yeehaw, striking out 0!' Bill weren't gonna be easy. But a promise was walked a Giants { 2015 Great By Kathy McAdams Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College was the only community col- lege in Mississippi to be named to the 2Ol5 Great Colleges to Work For list by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Of the 86 colleges and uni- versities listed from across the nation, only three were from Mississippi. "As part of our com- mitment to both employees and students, MGCCC strives to create an institutional culture that promotes healthy lifestyles and encour- ages communication among all college employees," said Dr. Mary S. Graham, MGCCC president. "This past year, the college made it a priority to provide on-campus clin- ics for employees and their dependents because we recognized that finding affordable and accessible health care can often be chal- lenging. The college has also found that fostering open lines of interactive communication leads to empowered employees who embrace our com- mitment to make a posi- tive difference in the lives of our students, communities and state. We are grateful for our outstanding employees, and we are dedicated to continue making MGCCC a great place to work and learn." The institutions named on the 2o15 Great Colleges to Work For roster are selected based on the results of a sur- vey of nearly 44,ooo college and university employees by Modern Think. The survey rates institutions on 12 categories in the fields of leadership, careers, the workplace and com- pensation. MGCCC's top-rated categories included facilities, work- place and security; pro- fessional/career-devel- opment programs; supervisor or depart- ment chair relation- ships; and work/life bal- ance. For more information about the survey, visit chronicle.com. ServSafe, a certifica- tion course for restau- rant workers, is sched- uled for October 12, 2015 at the Stone County Extension office, 214 N. Critz St., Wiggins. Individuals must be registered and have the workbook ff)r the class be{bre Friday, Sept. 18. Individuals who need to retake a test should register for the class. Individuals who have not recertified in the past 3 years should check the expiration date on their ServSafe certificate to ensure that they are current. Cost is $ 35 for the class and classes will begin at 8 aim. For more information or to register for the class call the MSU Extension Office at 6Ol- 928-5286. If you have a child that is interested in showing livestock this year, the Stone County Extension Office has scheduled a Junior Livestock meet- ing for Thursday, August The meeting will begin at 6:3o p.m. and will be held at the Extension Office, m4 N. Critz St., Wiggins. Programs of the Mississippi State University Extension Service are open to all people, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran sta- tus, sexual orientation, or group affiliation. For more information on the Junior Livestock program, contact Brad Jones at 6Ol-928-5286. ADD HIGH-$PL , : INT[RNt Get DISH! pmrno io- al I kes SAME DAY INSTALLATION C~l[7 daysa ~k ~m q Ipm [5~ h0m0 C0de:MB62015 ~d~ a8