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.............. r[[i I tE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE ] t ill tm iu Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, Aug. 29, 1957 • i The Stone County Enterprise aB;mRt W. PIgATT i as second class mall maer, Jury 3. 1906, at the Pc )ffl ,l,,,,,, atlons from readers will De cheerfully recvl and L- when polble. All such commumcatlons must be atgned by t mda, not neceully for publication, but as a guaranttoee of gooG  ahould be inclosed If return of manusorlot is amm'lbefs sre requested to noufy the office of failure to mint m ttlArlF All lrreularlties will be DrelDtly emrreeto i, Big Level News SHOWER HONORS MISS CONNIE MANNING Miss Connie Manning, bride-elect of Joe Jack Brown .was compliment- ed with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon from 2 til 4 p.m., AUgust 13, at the home of Mrs. Luther Breland with Mrs. Dan W. Breland, Mrs. G. A. Breland and Miss Emily Breland co-hostesses. Mrs. Luther Breland and Mss Emily Breland greeted the visitors at the door. Mrs. Dan Breland had charge of the register• After the arrival of the guest, .Mrs. G. A. Breland served punch and cake. The guests were ushered to the sun porch_ where they were pre- sented to Miss Manning and Miss Betty Estep. The honoree was pre- sented with a shower of gifts. Mrs. Dan W. Breland led a quiz with the award going to Mrs. Jere Hess. Twenty-five attended. Those wh0 enjoyed the Lovely event were Misses Lydea n and Terry Brown, Mesdames Matilda. Brown, Vollen Breland, Calvin Tay- son Robert made a trip to Hatties- burg Friday. Miss Mary Lynn Parker returned to her home in Albuquerque, N.M., Sunday, after visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hat- ten and family and other friends and relatives here the past two weeks. Her cousin B. A Strickland of Oulfport, accompanied her hor,.e where, his wife and daughter will join him later. L. R. Hatten recently visited his brother, P. E. Hatten and Mrs. Hat- ten in Meridian. Elder Amos Strickland and sons of Gulfport visited Mr. an.,l Mrs. Chat. Rawis and family Sunday af- ternoorL. CHANCERY SUMMONS No. 1738 lor, Leon Breland, M. P. White, • Burnell Lott Dolph Lott, John i   If . .. : ....... You are summoned to appear be- I /W- "t,b*'?.. I I Daws' MmS ls.ae _.un, mr. ,. '_m-,fore the Chancery Court of Stone ,,.,., , . i[dien, Mr. Vernon /rown, rs_erelcounty in said state, on the 28th Hess and Mms aaargm ess TUi i / fr.(r- | [ " " ' "Ida, of Se,tember 1957 at the Har- i t/A/.,=_ I !land Park, Mrs. Mollie Bounds of tr=n County CourthoUse in the City Lumberton, Miss Betty E tep oz I "/ZJ It . " Iof Gulfport Mississippi, at 10:00 i '  I Kansas City, Me., waD accompam-[o'clock A. M. to plead answer or i  1 ed Miss Manning here from Austin, demur to the Final Account of  . _ _ . .. i]Minn., for the wedding and shower. i 1)on't Lez Radiator lrou- |I ble Mar Your Spring & Summer Motoring Pleasure Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial SU Z-171 I Corinne St. Hattiesbm Are You Sick? Do you suffer with head- aches? Neuritis? Sinus trouble? Deafness? Eye weakness? Kidney, stom- ach or liver disorders? Constipation? Misery in back or head and neck? Dull ache in lower back? Pain in muscles and joints? Nerves unsteady, etc.? Chiropractic gets sick people well many times after other met- hods fail. Why suffer any longer. See your chiropractor at once. Dr. V. L. Tuttle CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday 10 to 5 Saturday 9 to 12 ][cafJn Edgar Bates Off lee Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Cook and hildren of Galveston, Texas are ;here visiting Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Juliet Broers and family. Mrs. Bessie Rietz o Chicago, IIl., will return to her home this week after visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Vivian Spiers and family the last three weeks. Airman Apprentice Dan W. Bre-" land, USN, has returned to Nor- man, Okla., for a five weeks Aviation Preparatory School at the Universi- ty of Oklahoma after a two weeZs :leave at home. His wife, Linnie, re- mains with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Breland until he finishes this five weeks of schooling then she plahs to join him at his next duty station. Dorman Howell, Chief Mchinest Mate, USS Bennington (CVA 20) in San Diego, Calif. corn- seven and half months in Far East, visiting Hong Kong, China and Sidney, Australia, spent his leave with his wife Mary and children, Ronald, Robert anti Mary at San Diego, Mrs. Howell's father and mother in Philadelphia. Pa. He. with his family, spent the past week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Howell and family. They will leave Thursday for San Diego, where he will return to hi naval duties. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Martin and children of Gulf port spent Wednes- day here with Mr. and Mrs. Ker- mit Moore and family. Mrs. J. W. Smalley and Mrs Sam Brown spent Thursday in Mississip- pi City with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sellers and THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: Mrs. H. B. Cowart, Box 652, • Camden, Arkansas; Mrs. Amos_, MONUMENTS Mississipui; I No Order To Large To Fill Knight, Wiggins, Mrs. D. G. SParks, 426 Sears lNo-  Order To small To Appreciate. Street, Dennison, Texas; Sgt. l Samples and Designs C,eerfully- Donald F. Cain, RA 14236081,J Submitted At Any Time Qo. A, 13th Eng.. Bn, APe 7, J.G. BLACKBURN San Francisco, Califo:'nia. Phone WA 8-4225 Hollie T. Bond, Administrator of the estate of T. A. Cain, deceased, Cauce No. 1738. This 12t day of August, 1957. (Seal) Hollie T. Bond, Clerk A15/22/29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS • No. 1800 / Estate of Elizabeth Anng Cole, De- ceased. Letters of administration havlrg been granted on the 23 da7 of Dec- ember, 1955 by the Chancery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the estate of Elizabeth Ann Cole, decead, nc- tlce is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to i present the same to the clerk f said Court for probate and regm;ra- tion according to law within six months from this date, or they will be forever barred. This the 15th day of August, 1957. Bascome A. Delancey, Administrator. A15/22/29/$5 CLASSIFIED I CLASSIFIED FACTORY TO YOU SAVINGS " BARGAINS -- Used refrigerators, Dignity, quality, and beauty unex- gas ranges, electric ranges, wash- celled when selecting a SOUTHERN { ing -machines, freezers--Hal Few- MEMORIAL. Our plant and display Ikes, WAlnut 8-4475 O25tfc of excellent Memorials are only .  I FOR SALE -- 50 milk cows. Your short drive from your home. We in- For Sale---Ne..Oliver diesel trac- I choice. One or all. $100.00 each. ors, equipment, pa"tt, batteries, hay Guaranteed negative to TB and rite you to visit tm or write for free balers, combbms and used tractors. Bangs.--Red Gap Ranch, 3 miles catalog. SOUTHERN MONUMENT CO. Inc. Guaranteed shop service.--W. C, Southeast of Silver Run, Stone Route 2 Denton, Highway 49, North, W- County, Missiippi. A29c FOXWORTH, MISS. r, ins, George Knott Garage. A28tfe FOR SALE---One 22' Grain Eleva- PIANOS---New, Ued, Rebuilt, tor with truck and gas motor, all Baldwin Electronic Organs-- in good condition.---See or call W. Johnson Music Co., Hattiesburg, I R. Foster, Phone WA 8-4501 A29tfc Phone Ju 4-6361. WANTED--White baby sitter to - care for 2 children, 6 a.m. to 2:30 BELL'S BARGAINS--Used bath p.m.--Mrs. Chat. Mitctell, P. O. sets with new fittings $85.00. Sinks ]Box 520 or apply at Anchor A29c $4.95 to $12.50. Used sinks $6.00 to $12.00• Masonite screen 75c per roll FOR RENT--Two furnished a-I FOR SALE--One used piano. --Bell's Trading Post, Edward St:., partments, private baflL .front and IFlne for a practice piano--C. P. Phone 3-0831, Hattiesburg Miss. back entrance•---See or call Mrs..Toney, Phone WAlnut 8-3417 S12p Neul Bond, Phone WA 8-4557 A8tfc FOR SALE--Two bedroom house, block from school. Reasmmble-- Pete Wiilemoes J13tfc FOR SALE---Two bedroom house on East side of Wiggins, one block North of Highway 26.--Phone WA 8-4247. $5c SAVE 30% BY PAYING C&SH at Golden Rule Bargain Huse, 6i0 Main Street, Phone 3-1428. "Every- ,hing far the home." Credit without tmance or carrying charges. "See us today--for credit without delay." Hattiesburg. FOR B, ENT--Two bedroom un- furnished house, nicely finisi]ed andsmall furnished Cottage, ex- ceptionally cool- -Phone WAhmt 8-4225. A25tfc USED FURNITURE -- Bedroom suites, $29.95 to $89.95. Dinette sets. $15.95 to $32.50. Porch Swings $8.45. Baby Beds $12.50 to $19.95. Twin Beds or Bunk Beds---Bell's Trading Post, Edward St., Phone 3-0831, Hattiesburg, Miss. CEMENT BLOCKS rxgR S ALE See E. C. McMurphy, 1£ mile East of Airport, on Old Highway 49, Wiggins. Phone WA 8-3553 M10tfc CLASSIFIED FOR SALE--Two bedroom house North Wiggins, five block from downtown. If interested, call WAl- nut 8-4803. Altfc KEEP THIS AD Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu- nmtic Sufferers have taken this Medicine since It has been on the market. It is inexpensive, can be taken in the home. For Free information, give name and address to P. O. Box 2535, Tulsa Oklahoma. • FOR SALE -- Two Registered Hereford Bulls, ready for service• One baby bull calf, subject to reg- istration. One excellent grade heifer, shorthorn and Hereford. All priced reasonable•--Hazel P. Potter, Cedar Grove Farms, Phone WAlnut 8- 4269. A8tf LILLIS & SPIERS SEED CLEAN- ING PLANT--Old Sumrall Road, near Columbia Training School. Let us handle your seed cleaning pro- blems. Phones: .Day -4721, Night 6-2837--Lillies & Spiers Seed Plant, Columbia, Miss. A29c 1 FOR SALE -- Three bedroom [homei newly remodeled and-rede- corated, with 20 a'es of land. Less than . mite from corp. limits of Wiggins--C. W. Hicks, Jr., WAlnut 8-3453. A15tfc [FOR' TRADE--One 1947 Chevro- let car for Chevrolet Pick-up of equal value.--See Herschel Breland, Perk Gulf Service. A22/29p i CLASSIFED I CLASSIFED FOR SAUsed Clarinet in I -- " bedro good condition__See or call Mrs. ho=RvitRTth: Th:lEn on. 00er? Tim Bond, WA 8-3285 A22/29: FOR SALE---Full blooded Cocker Spaniel puppies. No papers. Males $15.00, Females $10.00---Phone WA 8-4519 FOR SALE--Collie and Sheppard puppies. Wonderful stock dogs. Males $5.00, Females $2•50-:-Mrs. J. B. Downing, Perkinston, Phone WA 8-3237. $6 NOTICF,--I have opened a flow- er shop in my yard on the Old Highway 49--Mrs. J. A. ColviIle 29c FOR RENT--Apartment, com- pletely redecorated, living room, bedroom, kitchen. Front and back porch. Private bath--Phone WA 8-4609. oDd start for vacationers You'll really go far when you let us clean your clothes! We send you merrily on your way looking meticulously neat and fresh . .. the better  to make a hit wherever you got We handle everything from sportswear to dresses and suits with care... Pickup and Delivery TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS PHOENIX LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS Hattiesburg, Miss. i Come in TODAY and SAVE[ There's nothing like a piano ... Acrosonic gives you more. XV/orld-famous Baldwin-built quality Most complete selection of styles and finishes Liberal Budget terms to suit you ) For a limited time only!  Everbom, wt a good pano Easy Terms--No Set Down Payment Special on One Model SPINET PIANO $385.00 Johnson Music Co. 111 East Pine Street HATTIESBURG 138 Choice Burial Plots Now Available In New Addition To Woodlawn Park Cemetery. For Full Information Call Clerk At Town Hall Phone WAlnut 8,4971 We Need.... CATTLE & HOGS WE BUY AND SELL EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Bring Your Cattle and Hogs To Us For TOP PRICES AUCTION SALE EACH FRIDAY--1 p.m. Owens Bros. Stock Yards HATTIESBURG PHONE JU 4-6427 • • 00Opemt geUers. . . he00use t00egYe B__zOgemt / r SEE US FOR... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home or Repair NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. Outside Paint Sheet Rock I III $2.50 $45.5O TRENTON SUPPLY COMPANY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 Wiggins More ruck owners know that Chevrolet... with its wide range of models . . . offers the right capacity and power to stay and save on any jobl Durable Chevrolet Task-Force trucks are doing more jobs--and getting them done more quickly and efficiently than any other truck. And because of their brawny build, big-load capacities, and many modern features, Chevrolets save time and money around the clock! Take a look at Chcvrolct's hard- working pickups. You can take your pick of big, roomy bodies with hardwood floors, skidstrips, and grain-tight tailgates. And for the right power, Chev- rolet offers a lineup of super-effi- cient engines from 140 all the way up to 21(, h.p. From a wide range of models-- perky pickups, middleweights, tough tandems-let your Chevrolet dealer help you select the right truck for your job. See him soon! C00ev00et 7a00.00ee a7 T/m ,B/g Wheel" in lrochl Only" franchised Chevrolet dealers  display this famous Lradamark See Yo ,r I Authoriz00 .............. r[[i I tE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE ] t ill tm iu Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, Aug. 29, 1957 • i The Stone County Enterprise aB;mRt W. PIgATT i as second class mall maer, Jury 3. 1906, at the Pc )ffl ,l,,,,,, atlons from readers will De cheerfully recvl and L- when polble. All such commumcatlons must be atgned by t mda, not neceully for publication, but as a guaranttoee of gooG  ahould be inclosed If return of manusorlot is amm'lbefs sre requested to noufy the office of failure to mint m ttlArlF All lrreularlties will be DrelDtly emrreeto i, Big Level News SHOWER HONORS MISS CONNIE MANNING Miss Connie Manning, bride-elect of Joe Jack Brown .was compliment- ed with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon from 2 til 4 p.m., AUgust 13, at the home of Mrs. Luther Breland with Mrs. Dan W. Breland, Mrs. G. A. Breland and Miss Emily Breland co-hostesses. Mrs. Luther Breland and Mss Emily Breland greeted the visitors at the door. Mrs. Dan Breland had charge of the register• After the arrival of the guest, .Mrs. G. A. Breland served punch and cake. The guests were ushered to the sun porch_ where they were pre- sented to Miss Manning and Miss Betty Estep. The honoree was pre- sented with a shower of gifts. Mrs. Dan W. Breland led a quiz with the award going to Mrs. Jere Hess. Twenty-five attended. Those wh0 enjoyed the Lovely event were Misses Lydea n and Terry Brown, Mesdames Matilda. Brown, Vollen Breland, Calvin Tay- son Robert made a trip to Hatties- burg Friday. Miss Mary Lynn Parker returned to her home in Albuquerque, N.M., Sunday, after visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hat- ten and family and other friends and relatives here the past two weeks. Her cousin B. A Strickland of Oulfport, accompanied her hor,.e where, his wife and daughter will join him later. L. R. Hatten recently visited his brother, P. E. Hatten and Mrs. Hat- ten in Meridian. Elder Amos Strickland and sons of Gulfport visited Mr. an.,l Mrs. Chat. Rawis and family Sunday af- ternoorL. CHANCERY SUMMONS No. 1738 lor, Leon Breland, M. P. White, • Burnell Lott Dolph Lott, John i   If . .. : ....... You are summoned to appear be- I /W- "t,b*'?.. I I Daws' MmS ls.ae _.un, mr. ,. '_m-,fore the Chancery Court of Stone ,,.,., , . i[dien, Mr. Vernon /rown, rs_erelcounty in said state, on the 28th Hess and Mms aaargm ess TUi i / fr.(r- | [ " " ' "Ida, of Se,tember 1957 at the Har- i t/A/.,=_ I !land Park, Mrs. Mollie Bounds of tr=n County CourthoUse in the City Lumberton, Miss Betty E tep oz I "/ZJ It . " Iof Gulfport Mississippi, at 10:00 i '  I Kansas City, Me., waD accompam-[o'clock A. M. to plead answer or i  1 ed Miss Manning here from Austin, demur to the Final Account of  . _ _ . .. i]Minn., for the wedding and shower. i 1)on't Lez Radiator lrou- |I ble Mar Your Spring & Summer Motoring Pleasure Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial SU Z-171 I Corinne St. Hattiesbm Are You Sick? Do you suffer with head- aches? Neuritis? Sinus trouble? Deafness? Eye weakness? Kidney, stom- ach or liver disorders? Constipation? Misery in back or head and neck? Dull ache in lower back? Pain in muscles and joints? Nerves unsteady, etc.? Chiropractic gets sick people well many times after other met- hods fail. Why suffer any longer. See your chiropractor at once. Dr. V. L. Tuttle CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday 10 to 5 Saturday 9 to 12 ][cafJn Edgar Bates Off lee Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Cook and hildren of Galveston, Texas are ;here visiting Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Juliet Broers and family. Mrs. Bessie Rietz o Chicago, IIl., will return to her home this week after visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Vivian Spiers and family the last three weeks. Airman Apprentice Dan W. Bre-" land, USN, has returned to Nor- man, Okla., for a five weeks Aviation Preparatory School at the Universi- ty of Oklahoma after a two weeZs :leave at home. His wife, Linnie, re- mains with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Breland until he finishes this five weeks of schooling then she plahs to join him at his next duty station. Dorman Howell, Chief Mchinest Mate, USS Bennington (CVA 20) in San Diego, Calif. corn- seven and half months in Far East, visiting Hong Kong, China and Sidney, Australia, spent his leave with his wife Mary and children, Ronald, Robert anti Mary at San Diego, Mrs. Howell's father and mother in Philadelphia. Pa. He. with his family, spent the past week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Howell and family. They will leave Thursday for San Diego, where he will return to hi naval duties. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Martin and children of Gulf port spent Wednes- day here with Mr. and Mrs. Ker- mit Moore and family. Mrs. J. W. Smalley and Mrs Sam Brown spent Thursday in Mississip- pi City with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sellers and THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: Mrs. H. B. Cowart, Box 652, • Camden, Arkansas; Mrs. Amos_, MONUMENTS Mississipui; I No Order To Large To Fill Knight, Wiggins, Mrs. D. G. SParks, 426 Sears lNo-  Order To small To Appreciate. Street, Dennison, Texas; Sgt. l Samples and Designs C,eerfully- Donald F. Cain, RA 14236081,J Submitted At Any Time Qo. A, 13th Eng.. Bn, APe 7, J.G. BLACKBURN San Francisco, Califo:'nia. Phone WA 8-4225 Hollie T. Bond, Administrator of the estate of T. A. Cain, deceased, Cauce No. 1738. This 12t day of August, 1957. (Seal) Hollie T. Bond, Clerk A15/22/29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS • No. 1800 / Estate of Elizabeth Anng Cole, De- ceased. Letters of administration havlrg been granted on the 23 da7 of Dec- ember, 1955 by the Chancery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the estate of Elizabeth Ann Cole, decead, nc- tlce is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to i present the same to the clerk f said Court for probate and regm;ra- tion according to law within six months from this date, or they will be forever barred. This the 15th day of August, 1957. Bascome A. Delancey, Administrator. A15/22/29/$5 CLASSIFIED I CLASSIFIED FACTORY TO YOU SAVINGS " BARGAINS -- Used refrigerators, Dignity, quality, and beauty unex- gas ranges, electric ranges, wash- celled when selecting a SOUTHERN { ing -machines, freezers--Hal Few- MEMORIAL. Our plant and display Ikes, WAlnut 8-4475 O25tfc of excellent Memorials are only .  I FOR SALE -- 50 milk cows. Your short drive from your home. We in- For Sale---Ne..Oliver diesel trac- I choice. One or all. $100.00 each. ors, equipment, pa"tt, batteries, hay Guaranteed negative to TB and rite you to visit tm or write for free balers, combbms and used tractors. Bangs.--Red Gap Ranch, 3 miles catalog. SOUTHERN MONUMENT CO. Inc. Guaranteed shop service.--W. C, Southeast of Silver Run, Stone Route 2 Denton, Highway 49, North, W- County, Missiippi. A29c FOXWORTH, MISS. r, ins, George Knott Garage. A28tfe FOR SALE---One 22' Grain Eleva- PIANOS---New, Ued, Rebuilt, tor with truck and gas motor, all Baldwin Electronic Organs-- in good condition.---See or call W. Johnson Music Co., Hattiesburg, I R. Foster, Phone WA 8-4501 A29tfc Phone Ju 4-6361. WANTED--White baby sitter to - care for 2 children, 6 a.m. to 2:30 BELL'S BARGAINS--Used bath p.m.--Mrs. Chat. Mitctell, P. O. sets with new fittings $85.00. Sinks ]Box 520 or apply at Anchor A29c $4.95 to $12.50. Used sinks $6.00 to $12.00• Masonite screen 75c per roll FOR RENT--Two furnished a-I FOR SALE--One used piano. --Bell's Trading Post, Edward St:., partments, private baflL .front and IFlne for a practice piano--C. P. Phone 3-0831, Hattiesburg Miss. back entrance•---See or call Mrs..Toney, Phone WAlnut 8-3417 S12p Neul Bond, Phone WA 8-4557 A8tfc FOR SALE--Two bedroom house, block from school. Reasmmble-- Pete Wiilemoes J13tfc FOR SALE---Two bedroom house on East side of Wiggins, one block North of Highway 26.--Phone WA 8-4247. $5c SAVE 30% BY PAYING C&SH at Golden Rule Bargain Huse, 6i0 Main Street, Phone 3-1428. "Every- ,hing far the home." Credit without tmance or carrying charges. "See us today--for credit without delay." Hattiesburg. FOR B, ENT--Two bedroom un- furnished house, nicely finisi]ed andsmall furnished Cottage, ex- ceptionally cool- -Phone WAhmt 8-4225. A25tfc USED FURNITURE -- Bedroom suites, $29.95 to $89.95. Dinette sets. $15.95 to $32.50. Porch Swings $8.45. Baby Beds $12.50 to $19.95. Twin Beds or Bunk Beds---Bell's Trading Post, Edward St., Phone 3-0831, Hattiesburg, Miss. CEMENT BLOCKS rxgR S ALE See E. C. McMurphy, 1£ mile East of Airport, on Old Highway 49, Wiggins. Phone WA 8-3553 M10tfc CLASSIFIED FOR SALE--Two bedroom house North Wiggins, five block from downtown. If interested, call WAl- nut 8-4803. Altfc KEEP THIS AD Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu- nmtic Sufferers have taken this Medicine since It has been on the market. It is inexpensive, can be taken in the home. For Free information, give name and address to P. O. Box 2535, Tulsa Oklahoma. • FOR SALE -- Two Registered Hereford Bulls, ready for service• One baby bull calf, subject to reg- istration. One excellent grade heifer, shorthorn and Hereford. All priced reasonable•--Hazel P. Potter, Cedar Grove Farms, Phone WAlnut 8- 4269. A8tf LILLIS & SPIERS SEED CLEAN- ING PLANT--Old Sumrall Road, near Columbia Training School. Let us handle your seed cleaning pro- blems. Phones: .Day -4721, Night 6-2837--Lillies & Spiers Seed Plant, Columbia, Miss. A29c 1 FOR SALE -- Three bedroom [homei newly remodeled and-rede- corated, with 20 a'es of land. Less than . mite from corp. limits of Wiggins--C. W. Hicks, Jr., WAlnut 8-3453. A15tfc [FOR' TRADE--One 1947 Chevro- let car for Chevrolet Pick-up of equal value.--See Herschel Breland, Perk Gulf Service. A22/29p i CLASSIFED I CLASSIFED FOR SAUsed Clarinet in I -- " bedro good condition__See or call Mrs. ho=RvitRTth: Th:lEn on. 00er? Tim Bond, WA 8-3285 A22/29: FOR SALE---Full blooded Cocker Spaniel puppies. No papers. Males $15.00, Females $10.00---Phone WA 8-4519 FOR SALE--Collie and Sheppard puppies. Wonderful stock dogs. Males $5.00, Females $2•50-:-Mrs. J. B. Downing, Perkinston, Phone WA 8-3237. $6 NOTICF,--I have opened a flow- er shop in my yard on the Old Highway 49--Mrs. J. A. ColviIle 29c FOR RENT--Apartment, com- pletely redecorated, living room, bedroom, kitchen. Front and back porch. Private bath--Phone WA 8-4609. oDd start for vacationers You'll really go far when you let us clean your clothes! We send you merrily on your way looking meticulously neat and fresh . .. the better  to make a hit wherever you got We handle everything from sportswear to dresses and suits with care... Pickup and Delivery TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS PHOENIX LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS Hattiesburg, Miss. i Come in TODAY and SAVE[ There's nothing like a piano ... Acrosonic gives you more. XV/orld-famous Baldwin-built quality Most complete selection of styles and finishes Liberal Budget terms to suit you ) For a limited time only!  Everbom, wt a good pano Easy Terms--No Set Down Payment Special on One Model SPINET PIANO $385.00 Johnson Music Co. 111 East Pine Street HATTIESBURG 138 Choice Burial Plots Now Available In New Addition To Woodlawn Park Cemetery. For Full Information Call Clerk At Town Hall Phone WAlnut 8,4971 We Need.... CATTLE & HOGS WE BUY AND SELL EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Bring Your Cattle and Hogs To Us For TOP PRICES AUCTION SALE EACH FRIDAY--1 p.m. Owens Bros. Stock Yards HATTIESBURG PHONE JU 4-6427 • • 00Opemt geUers. . . he00use t00egYe B__zOgemt / r SEE US FOR... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home or Repair NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. Outside Paint Sheet Rock I III $2.50 $45.5O TRENTON SUPPLY COMPANY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 Wiggins More ruck owners know that Chevrolet... with its wide range of models . . . offers the right capacity and power to stay and save on any jobl Durable Chevrolet Task-Force trucks are doing more jobs--and getting them done more quickly and efficiently than any other truck. And because of their brawny build, big-load capacities, and many modern features, Chevrolets save time and money around the clock! Take a look at Chcvrolct's hard- working pickups. You can take your pick of big, roomy bodies with hardwood floors, skidstrips, and grain-tight tailgates. And for the right power, Chev- rolet offers a lineup of super-effi- cient engines from 140 all the way up to 21(, h.p. From a wide range of models-- perky pickups, middleweights, tough tandems-let your Chevrolet dealer help you select the right truck for your job. See him soon! C00ev00et 7a00.00ee a7 T/m ,B/g Wheel" in lrochl Only" franchised Chevrolet dealers  display this famous Lradamark See Yo ,r I Authoriz00