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AL NEWS WAlnut 8-480 Mrs. Carl Owen return after a two weeks vaca Mrs. Owen's relatives i Vs. Norma Hickman accom- her uncle. Mr. Forrest Phil Pensacola, Fla, for a shot V. E Brown and childrei,  Edmond and Gale Brown Mrs. Sebron Ladner, spent Vacation visiting Lt. an Jack Brown and famil) City, Kansas. and Mrs. Henry W. Rath of Tenn,, enjoyed a week.. in Perkinston xisiting hi,, and father. Mr. and Mrs and other relatives and James A. Davis and daugh Washington. D.C., and Mr William Hodges and sons al Bruce of Meridian spent end with Rev. J. A. Davi, Eunice Davis. Mack Hickman and daugh- visited Mr. and Mrs and Brenda in Pas- While there they spent [hy in New Orleans and stop- bl Gulfport with Mr• and Mrs. e Prine and family. Shirley Rose Davis. Miss Cartee of Gulfport and La- spent the week end in the home of Lavay's the Rev. and Mrs• V. L. in the home of Mrs. Bond 0,,er the week end Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hankins Children of Jackson, Mr. and Kislanko and children Ala., Mr• and Mrs. Henry of Memphis, Term• and Mrs. Lewis Campbell Wednesday evening with Mr. Oscar Cas-sibry in Gulf- 00.00trrpria VOLUME 45---N.S. Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 1, 1960 NUMBER 35 Fred Stapp spent Friday in LARRY ALEXANDER LEWIS "HUDI" HATTEN Two Local Footballers Robert B. Howell To See Action With Junior College 11 As the Perkinston Junior College Bulldogs wrap up the pre-season grid practices to meet the season opener against the Sunflower Jun- ior College Trojans at Perk|hatch, Saturday, Sept. 10 at g:00 p.m. in A. L. May Memorial Stadium. two Stone Countains appear capable of realizing heavy action this season. irhey are Larry Alexander, 196, who was a letterman in basketball and gootball while at Wiggins High Services Held Sunday Robert Burn. Howell 50, a na- tive of Lumberton. N.C. and a resi- dent of Route 1, Wiggins, for about 56 years, died at 6:10 o'clock Aug. 27 at the Stone County Hospital, where he had been confined for one week. He had been in ill health for the past Iour years. Born on Nov. i. 18"79, he was a member of the Big Level Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Nellie White Howell, Wiggins; five t!hool and had an outstanding sons, Ronald Howell, Bisbee, Ariz.; career in the tackle position with Keith Howell, Paseagoula; Joseph B. Howell, U.S. Army, Korea; Dor- • the Tomcats. He will figure pro- man Howell, US. Navy, Garden minely in the interior line posi- tion at guard for the Bulldogs and Grove, CaliL; and Jack Howell, as he is a frosh will add experience iloxi; one daughter, Mrs. Bessie McClendon, Wiggins; two brothers. to the Perkinston line next season. Junior College Gridders Open Practice With 80 Approximately 84) local and out of state gridders reported to the perkinston Junior College training i camp to begin fall football work- outs Monday. Close to half of this umber are out of state players each vicing Ior a spot on the 10- man limit allowed Junior College oaches for out-of-starers. ] The Bulldogs, who compiled a 5-5 record last year, are aided this sea- l f, on with 8 returning lettermen and three other players-who saw action lor Perklnston last year. The let- termen are Mac Breland, end, from Wiggins; Kenneth DeFillpo, tackle, from Miami Beach. Fla.; Glen Ho- v:ell, cent.r, Irom Lucedale; John- ny Ryan, the only starting letter- man returning, quarterback, from Biloxi; Johnny Holtzclaw, halfback, from Fort Payne, Ala•; William (Hobo) Jones, Iullback, from Mar- shall, Texas who lettered in 1957 and joins Pkinston after a three ,year absence,and Osceol Rayan, tull back, from Biloxi. Other who limited action last year are James Estes, tackle, Irom Selma. Ala.; George Halistrom, tackle, from Moss Point; E. I. (Buddy) Howard, center, from Lucedale plus letter- man. Claude Bilbo, guard, from Moss Point. Head Coach, Ed Evans and Back- ield Coach, Bobby Holmes have been drilling the charges mainly on fundmentals, pass defense and of- Wiggins Hi Tomcats To Open 1960 Season Here Friday Night A large crowd is expected Fri- day night to see the defendine Singing River Conference champ- ion Wiggins Tomcats open their 190 football season against Rocky Creek, who themselves posted a strong 8-2 record in the conferance last year. Kick-olI time is set for g:00 p.m. Admission again to ttu. football games will be 50c for stu- dents and $1.00 tot adults. All indications are that Friday's game may well have a great bear- ing on who may claim champion- ship honors in the South Division of the conference this year, as both teams have been peged as to con- tenders for tim crown. Tomcat coach, Davis Melton and Jack Miller have been working their charges out twice daily for three weeks in preparations for the contest. Although many good play- ers were lost by last years gradua- tion class, there seems to be more optimism in the Wiggins camp which include 35 squad members who have but one purpose In mind --to retain the Singing River Con- ference title for another year. The Wiggins band will again be on hand to boost the Tomcats this ear, as they also have been prac- ticing for two weeks in preparation for Friday nights performance. The Tomcat's entire football sch- Local Firms Listed Town Voters To To Be Closed Monday Decide Bond Issue, Sale Tax Tuesday The following business firms of /Wiggins will be closed all day I The citizens of the Town of Wig- Monday, September 5, Labor Day. gins will go to polls on Tuesday, Wiggins 5 & 10, Auto-Lec Stere. Hall's Firestone Store, Mlippi Power Co., O'Neal Gift Center, REA OIfice, ICRR Freight Office. Evans Motor Co,, B & H Furniture, Star Chevrolet Co., Bufkin's, Kloze Shop, Curmingnam Shoe Store. ravls Variety Store, Blaylock Bar- her Shop, B & H Barber Shop, All Federal Government Offices, All State and County Offices, Petro- lane Gas Co., Supertane Gas Co., Bank of Wiggins, and Western Auto. City Hall• CAP Cadets To Get Free Insurance According to Major O. B. Ross- back, Squadron Commander of Wig- gins Composite Squadron, all ca- dets active with the Squadron Ca- det Progm will be insured at no cost to the cadet or parents. This insurance is to cover the cadets I i while attending Civil Air Patrol ! i ! meetings or missions, also, while I participating in encampments, In-| ' ternational exchange, lntra-nation- al exchange, drill competition or 1 other special activities and while traveling to and from such activi- ties under the direction of a Civil Air Patrol Senior Officer. Cadets are also covered while serving as a S eptember 6, to determine a very important issue to all persons liv- ing in and around Wiggins, Mis- t slssippl. The Issues are whether or not it is wise for the Town to grow. and progress and, also, whether or not the necessary monies will be provided for such growth. It is the consensus of the opinion among the Mayor and Board of Alderman that some tax relle¢ will be granted If the one-half of one per cent (½ of 1 per cent) sales • ax is levied by the citizens. The Town does not feel that a major portion of the tax burden can be lifted, but that possibly two and one-half (2%) or three (3) mills might be deducted as a result of passing the sales tax levy. In ad- dition to the tax relief that will be granted, the citizens of the Town of Wiggins will have other faaflttl¢ available to them that have not been heretofore available. Some of us pay four per cent t4 per cent) sales tax on a large majority of our purchases now. This is because we have an add one-half cent (% cent) tax. It Is doubtful whether or not anyone would feel any additional burden because of the additional one-imM of one per cent (% of 1 per cent). If the people will consider the value ....... and - le for this -ear is as folows" pilot of a powered aircraft during ....... .... her daughter Charles riowell, Fermnston, "-outs in an euu Y ' "- in coun--'i-n ..... ivP Air of having additional iaclnles avu- VLSltlng lence, with heavy WOrK ek Here u ec o w|tn r9 1 n-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Char- Also spotlighted in the Perkins- Ned Howell, Shreveport, La.; 13 tttemt to determine the out of Sept. 2--Rocky Cree, Patrol Activles rPhis insurance able to them, then, it is apparent [aith ton squad is Lewis "Hudi" Hatten grandchildren; and seven grea- • . v ...... q remain With Sept. 9--Lucedale, There covera"e includes" loss of life dis that the small increase in the taz ...... rid i dren stae players wno w • 16 East Central Here  ' " nt ......... r-ub and who established a memtious g grandch I . - ............ b- Sept. -- , "- ............... dlcal burden will be a wise Invest|he . k aria Mrs. w. r'. t  ........... , ........... aken from the the practice being mgmgneu Y ......... all There memaeren am u,m m ..................... ,___ ........... ' .... nt career with the wlggnns -romttt Tne ouy w.  .............. *'es tep, z--ou,-- , , ....... "----- "^- "his -m aammna art to m n, tu trauo v, v= ......... ,,.. I ........ "-'^.-+-. Mortua , in Pas- .lntro-squaa action ne wo - o.  rvTville Here Home- [expense. rne pret,uum u  , + ,11 ...... • to ,,o m, [: Vacation In rttre ov..e , - , _ . . ! ....... "'- residence Au  are nearing the iv-man mz,,* ,,, . l insurance is palr vJr uy  ,t- __ ...... [last week in their conference cnamwonsniP - cagoula to me .am,y . ;'-  : 1  to bein extensive practice in coming .. __ I .....  Wln each uaving half port itself, however, the mmat out- -- ..' ........ - ........ nl see action in the half-12q where it witt remain untn z:au v,, . b . Oct. '/---St. Martin, "lere ]'z' "" _' . ¢.: - . ,lay will have to be financed at the Donata tacArtnur speu ,c ru ,, ........ ,, ..... the next weez ..... , '^-*^n There Ithe amount tor each active ctmet. I ........... t ,  ,, cl, an La. via- k slot and althougn llgnt, AGO. [p.m. unuay. uct. --,v , [ ..... l present tlme. It Is necesaaxy  2,u ,.- ............ :-combines seed with adeptness l Funeral services were held from Injuries have been very light in Oct. 21--Lumberton, Here [ It is now manaatory mat eacn l Mayor and Board of Alderman - 'rlLnaM Gordon of Jackson a' finding yard'age routes. /the Big Level Baptist Church at the Perkinston camp with only Oct. 28---0. L. V., There |ca/et be insured in order to par-[cure the $80,00000 bond Issue SO u " "" aau': nter--- a-rid son-in- ,| 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. Eddie Lott, George Hallsstrom, tackle, from Nov. 4 Agrlcola, There [ ticipate in any activity. This new] that the initial outlay' can be _ ner . g ....... n |pastor officiated, assisted by the lMos s Point on the injury list. - ] insurance plan Is another part o within the immediate future. It Mr. ana Mrs. loerL = r -- • •  ' ! / Rev. Jimmy Albritton, former pas- I ' the returning veterans [our operation to benefit the cadet,, ....... ,__^.,,. ,,, ,,, Week.  Farm HOUSl g i . hurch TO and their families The cadet pro- .............. ons [ _ . .... .,I tor of the Big Level C . the squad is composed of 2'/ other Perk Bullpups j .... • _ ]ple , the bond mue and, , ,  . ,a, w= ,,., t Reulauons t;nangeu t Interment was in the White Gem- I ho--Iuls many of whom had out- i/,, c ..... ,4- _ | gram LS aesgnea to prepare eacn[ and a means of financing the bond ! : mvis of Gultportt0000g e in eligibility re.ulre 00For Sunday, Sept. Grand ^la Bin Hig-I00,...00,hedlrectionot C00h00on-| ......... ......... .an,' all byt00 Bett Y r- l nents for Parm Hotmmg loans has] ..... / ..... . u,,-  been lavorably received, except one t the week end with her pa .... Iginbotham of Gautier who attend ]ard Sumrall /of the nr,ram is to todays youth ................. v ..... a., ade. union OI LII .... t"--o [JWIl tlUl b|I b. Xt.' v . , Mr. and Mrs. Cul Davis. .| ten m ..... I The tenth annual re ........ n !od high school at Pascagoula, and I The BUllpups, who finished with I All beVS and girls of 14 years of ............. , .... ,i, wblm Rawis ana viousl accoraing to mr. ts of Col oonn unu ',,.' t --  -- ,, vv=-o -- ---t .....  - r. and Mrs. Glen | Pre Y, [descendan . ._ - I johny Page of Hand,borG who a-| a 4-4 ledger last year, enter GUll] ............... elcome to be ................ • ,-o :.>aS! !ynseP::!: I !2ti:?&Wu°Ult hPtee::PP?iii: /Ju2m;' e;iWer :!cM:eln:i'll t Tack es: Jerry Fal rella of New I Crtua2802wwnh itYigLr ! nPaasetta:il:2caae: eOsPnexr g nted?:l hen, Mrs. T. L. Martin and M .1 income. Under  ] Mr. John L. Dale of ' | York, N.Y. I who saw action last year. | ..... ? .............. n ........ ,'," .................... Mr   McI.,eod Sr. attend-]reouirement a farmer whose farm] brin' the devotional. Mr W.F.| ......... € T.untt. ,h v,nrnina httrman who wlll[ mgnt at me waggms a-pm a u mmrs w,a. ua,cm, mm. ..........  new| ............ auce for sale or home -- - - oot-nn will be the guest| Guards. luo .... | .......... | in the Squadrons Administration additional improvements amt pro- ,,pen hOUse nero a .,c r [ Hn.ntL,|ly ,,t. . tlona oi .......... l,. .... ,^., ish0n of Haleyvtlle | be drawn upon neavny tm cvl-- i ......... , .... ,., , . , m vIH httr fe.tlitles for th@ CtlgIM klale Presbyterian Church on u-'e at least $400 worth of commod- speaker of the day. |Ala., Lv# - -..,.,.,, Whitney{, ........ n are' Leon Sauls, half-I bUUOmg, meems m- = - v ....................... . . • - -- *].-: ..... it h meets others ,,,,_ . ,t  ,-,nt| hv Mrs H Ala." Cornelius tDuuu, _ -It "m .... .. " -- ..... 1 and last until 8:30 p.m. Transpor- These facilities WOUld incluae re- ly afternoon /tt-. m$, -- --- u. ,,,  v .......... "" "1 ' - ---. FTancis t_iuertln |back trom aucier; t>ate ttyat ....... , ..... t. .... ,^.., ca¢li,{ o, other m. a ........ '-- oft .............. : .... nts, be able to - -  ,r^.. to the ,ol Grmnercy, L., -- t ' . to*ion will be avallaDle loi c,, ;,¢aauzz. a..vo m. *. 2 and Mrs. Aner tr.a??2"--" ; I eng?_m? ,r7..-::'2, ,,, B. Longest o,_ ?ul,P,L ....... ,' ,, ew York, N.Y.; Harold Man- ] lallback, from Perkinston, Marty Z:= munent improvements. oula spent the wec. "l curare a mm ,,,, .n. youngest ann olnest pcr,o  ........  -- . -, • * orr v Alex- ! u-aus nuarterback, Irom Sau- '" .. ...... ,, _^, . , .,. ,,,, ,,, tl Mrs. Straughan's parents, Mr. Farm Housing Loans are made by and to the person traveling the mng of Georglana, n.--..  .... r ,,| ''--':--- ...... us tackle from .  --- xou w,.., ..... - * Mrs. Lewis Campbell. "I ,he Farmers Home Administration greatest distance to attend. I,nder of Wiggins =* 00nter ". • _ .-- solutm that the mo00e. John Naylor Jr., of r the pur00 of constructing Officers for are, 00res0000?.nt, p00.00goula. ...... xi 70000mperkin'ton" Final Rites Hem 00,'or  anent the week ena ,,,irin needed farm housing anu Darwin Ivfaples, Luceaale; vine I Centers: Pete ¢uave ot xv _ ..... '-,,-=trm• n,,-t,n "¥,,,1  ][Jnlrmo '" ...... . ...... !--' La., - ..... !-v- o . ........... , • ..... * ! ...... .^-* rme lash guaru, lrum rt=a*..,  .... J.qtJ| au. taaaasa.. does not anticipate using any oz --" -';-- -'-' .... - orlln ........... .- " . ...... ,_^.,.' o.rtrv Mrs Houston| .... , tony unt of Biloxi Flash) Walxer, ena, rm -©-- -- monies to pay current expenze.  7ndnchldT;nr=d'ArowardlthOa:h:d. rT:2m;qir:ral :;e Howell;  Lucedale ;" Treasurer, Mr. [" QuarterbacL: Orge Waddell of klnston, perklnston camp Noel Edward Hlckman diedoeneral s sincerely recommended that the Sr.. were recent visitors leople of the Town of Wiggins lcago, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo., hat the applicant be a citizen of Casper Hatten, Wiggins; Historian. Chatom, Ala.; Jerry Lucas of Lute- Injuries in the ug. 26 t Porrest County the United States, cannot obtain Mrs. Willis Terry, Hattiesburg, and dale. Jave sidelined Richard patn, Hospital In Hattleeburg. He wa 57. the bond issue and the add|tlll relatives. HaLfbacks: clarence Strickland guard, and Ray Bod, 11IfbaCL IAnda Pratt spent last week credit for his needs elsewhere, and Reporter, Mr. Hollie Bond, Wiggins• Mr. Hickman, who had been in one-half of one per cent ( of 1 and Mrs. PerCy MAiler has sufficient income for his latin Everyone is asked to bring a pic- of Mobile, A1a.; Jerry Carriere of who W be out of action for three and other sources to pay his ex- nic basket. Barbecue and drinks will Mississippi City who turned Ln weeks. Also J. D. BrOadus, end, and /ll health for some time, was a life- per cent) sales tax. long resldent of Perk|hatCh. The voters of the Town of W1g- Marilyn Beatty and child- penses for farm operations, family be available, grid|on action for Oulfport; James ,Arthur roadus, tackle, are seeing Surviving are his wife, Mxs. IAl- gins will be required to show their f Matron, Ill., spent several living, and meet payments when (Benny) SHOWS of Lucedale; Jerry limited action, llan Wade Hickman; one daughter, last two years poll tax receipts a FOOTBALL M Hilda Mae Hickman; two the special election. With her mother, Mrs. Mary due on his debts. Love of Perklnston; Frank Guzzet- Coach Sumrall reports several and aunt, Mrs. LiMe Fer- hisAPplicatl°nStype of creditan mayinf°rmati°nbe obtain.f°r prings;t| of BiloXl;HudieOeraldHattenGOffof Ofwiggins;Ocean rookieSfaces a arerebuildingShaping jobUP withg°°d anbUt in-he ons,drew PaUlHlckman ;EdwardandandhisR°Ymother,An" lectionIt will pass be necessarYby a three-fifththat the boflma], and Mrs. J. D. Rustin and at the county offices of the Farms WIGGINS HI TOMCATS Bobby Little of Pascagoula and experienced squad lacking espec- Mildred have returned Home Administration located in Sept. 2Rocky Creek, Here Douglas (Ed) Conway of Blloxi. ially in the tackle and guard posi- Mrs. Monroe Hlckman, all of Per- ority of the qualified elector rot- Sept. 9---Lucedale, There Fullbacks: J. W. Parker of Biloxi tlons. He will also be without the kinston.Mr. Hickman is also survived by Ing.mterestedIt is imperatlVetn this matterthatbrlngall peopleyour - - *- lass Building, Wiggins, Mis- sister, Mrs. Leonard Hughes of poll tax receipts for the last two a two weeks visit with their l • Sept. 16---East Central, Here who saw action last year for Notre services of two All Gulf Coast con- Lb r and son-in-law, Mr. and[SlSSlppL  __ Qtilfport and two brothers, Brewer y.ears and vote either for or t Virgil Golbreath in South[ Sept. 23--Sumrall, Ttlere Dame and Johnny Welfore of ference backflelders, John Dickens one Sept. 30--D'Iberville, Homecoming!&ucedale who played for Rocky who barked signals in the quarter- Hickman of Oulfport and Rupert he issue. In other words three out Ind. While there, they und].[ m ___ IT:e=.rt Oct. 7--St. Martin, There Creek last year. back slot last year and Jerry Love, Hickman of Perkinston. ot every five people voting will have 00us00'slr'°r:':er - " vast rebuilding job due to the lack Igamer for the Btlllpups  Olbreathtt and husbandVisitedMrMrS'and Mrs/][ld n Dies In AriZ. Oct. 14--Rachton, There Coach Evans and Itolmes face a ullback, who was leadinglast groundseason. Funeral services were held from to vote for the bond issue befor@ ' ' " En ' ......... t Oct. 21--Lumberton, Here of la era with college football ex-|umrall will be relying on the ex- Dees Funeral Home on Aug. 2'/, the bonds can be issued. aunrngart in Chicago, . -| Oct. 28--0. L. V., There P Y • . ............ l -once of Broadus, Souls, Ryals, Rev. Calvin Hall, pastor at Ellis- t home they visited their dau-| ...... ,5 passed away Nov. 4--Agricola, There. :hen:eb,r?:;m:::: eon ;Trl ]2nd*L " lde:h sw2a: vllle officiated, assisting was the W Miss Geraldine Rustin and[ uryan^ ,J2;- ,,,,,,as AriZona,  d m the backf i " Re. H. L. Warden. REVIVAL AT ASSEMBLY OF • . ..... ,, and/,Augu z,  -, '---, .  t Timing, oltence, and y - Burial was In Davis Cemetery in GOD TO START SK L m mw  1 -reat deal of s-irit I outs have filled most of the prac- and daughter- - , - [ =ho , boa ded ince leavmg PERKINSTON JC BULLDOGS rookies and report all boys show a} I Lewis Rustm in 2c:t:7=;] wiggins thirty years ago. . | Sept. 10---unfiower. Perk [ P " . ..... on [tice sessions with some light intra- Pallbearers were. Hoel Evans. H. A revival at the W,ia - umn l lepTber 1 dl?Sw: t y= on !squad action. embly of God Ohur¢ll, Itighw 4 ade the acq - ¢,,vors include his widow, two| Sept, 17--Co-Lin, There l l granddaughter Kimberl Ann .... ta a his ! ' daughters, Sharon and AI yn Sept. 24--Holmes, There he O. Redmond, Jomy Hiekman, ,,nfl, Junior College o* Per- Action will begin on the gridiron Frazler Bond, Nolan Ladner and orth will get undey Y, I ................ ' .... --*¢,n on September  Isaac Curtrer, all of Perklnston. September 5. Rev. Balne will b@ kinston. Perklnston will be playing tot ' - amIflell visited Mr maother, Mrs. Fannle Bond, oil Oct. 1---Open Julian w  . : r.,, three bothers Ervin and l on the newly adopted round-robin when the Bullpups will be seeking guest speaker. Im, t* Z Chalin formerly Ot "-""', _ ....  ....... I Oct. 8--East Mississippi, Perk  ...... _ .... I JohiY, Lmuglas; weuo, .uc,,,, | Oct. 15--Jones, Perk ns, in Sulphur, La., cw.- land five sisters, Mrs. Frances Bond,] Oct. 22--Northwest, There schedule this season with no out- to avenge a defeat as they encoun- last week. . - o_e[Pernston; Mxs. Sadie Ctmnlng-, Oct. 29---Hinds, Homecoming 'of-state_ games planned, ter the Notre Dame RebeLs ol Bil- HALE-GREEN VOWS TO BE IN MAGEE IElVrEMER II ,WOODLAWN PAKK TO MEET IAllie Ferrell returnea n u, | .... • " [.. Wiggins • Mrs. Idargie Hitt, oxi, at BiloxL IN STAPP HOME TUDAY fter visiting her son[ ...... - , . _ . Nov. 5---East Central, There 1 list the remaining lariday a i uo.tt,bur" Mrs Mary jones, schedule: Mh'. and Mrs. Harold Edward and Mrs Earl Fer-I ........ - . _. _ •. Nov. 12Pearl River, There RUSTIN BIRTH The Bullpups t-lily, Mr. - I t .... ,. Texas ana Mrs. aerma 19---Southwest, Perk --- On Tuesday afternoon, Beptm- i Jacksonville, N.C., for tWO I =iTds New Mexico. NOV. Mr. and MrS. Lewis K. Rustin of September 16, Harrison Central, Hale O! Magee, Misslsaippi an- ,,u ..... Hattiesburg announce the birth of Here. the engagement and ap- her 6, at 3 o'clock, the Woo&lawn spent I| _ [BAPTIST GA TO HOL?  September 23. Oen. marriage of their daugh- Park Association w eon It [CORONATION SERVI their third child and first daughter, stateline I Lngto, Ind., are visiting Mr. Stew-I SUNDAY NIGHT Kimberly Anne, weighing nine September 30, Long Beach, -er, Ann lVgf oral to Doctor John uma civic activttlea after two D. Clark of with her aunt, Mrs. T. [daughter, Larlssa Gay. of Bloom- pounds and four ounces, on Wed- There. Edward Green, son of Dr. and Mrs. molatlm of summer vUen, in th and rs. Mark Blankenstelnlax's grandmother, Mrs. R. F. An-[ - -, --"-'-'--- -" the First nesday, August I0. October 7, Ocean Springs, There. Earl Green of Hattlesbttrg, Miss- home of Mrs. Fred BtaPP. - for Jackson enxoute to] ......... his and other reatlves. more ]| n^-tistThe GirIChurchS AuxalmrYwill have a coro- Maternal grandparents are Mr. October 14, Pass Christian, Here. Isslppl. The hostesses will be Mrs. Anna where Mr. Blan- Mrs. Jewel llayTle o e,u ,I ,v Sept. 4, Mrs. I. V. Slade of Bond and October 21, Bay St. Louis, Here. Vows will be exchanged Sunday, Muslin and Mrs. Bertha W. will the University penn., and Miss Judy Haynle Mr. and Central, the Pirst Methodist A cordial invitation la extadt Biloxi Thursday and Friday at worship £ Chtrcl Mxa, and tmd Mx-s. and mfle Pratt The D. AL NEWS WAlnut 8-480 Mrs. Carl Owen return after a two weeks vaca Mrs. Owen's relatives i Vs. Norma Hickman accom- her uncle. Mr. Forrest Phil Pensacola, Fla, for a shot V. E Brown and childrei,  Edmond and Gale Brown Mrs. Sebron Ladner, spent Vacation visiting Lt. an Jack Brown and famil) City, Kansas. and Mrs. Henry W. Rath of Tenn,, enjoyed a week.. in Perkinston xisiting hi,, and father. Mr. and Mrs and other relatives and James A. Davis and daugh Washington. D.C., and Mr William Hodges and sons al Bruce of Meridian spent end with Rev. J. A. Davi, Eunice Davis. Mack Hickman and daugh- visited Mr. and Mrs and Brenda in Pas- While there they spent [hy in New Orleans and stop- bl Gulfport with Mr• and Mrs. e Prine and family. Shirley Rose Davis. Miss Cartee of Gulfport and La- spent the week end in the home of Lavay's the Rev. and Mrs• V. L. in the home of Mrs. Bond 0,,er the week end Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hankins Children of Jackson, Mr. and Kislanko and children Ala., Mr• and Mrs. Henry of Memphis, Term• and Mrs. Lewis Campbell Wednesday evening with Mr. Oscar Cas-sibry in Gulf- 00.00trrpria VOLUME 45---N.S. Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 1, 1960 NUMBER 35 Fred Stapp spent Friday in LARRY ALEXANDER LEWIS "HUDI" HATTEN Two Local Footballers Robert B. Howell To See Action With Junior College 11 As the Perkinston Junior College Bulldogs wrap up the pre-season grid practices to meet the season opener against the Sunflower Jun- ior College Trojans at Perk|hatch, Saturday, Sept. 10 at g:00 p.m. in A. L. May Memorial Stadium. two Stone Countains appear capable of realizing heavy action this season. irhey are Larry Alexander, 196, who was a letterman in basketball and gootball while at Wiggins High Services Held Sunday Robert Burn. Howell 50, a na- tive of Lumberton. N.C. and a resi- dent of Route 1, Wiggins, for about 56 years, died at 6:10 o'clock Aug. 27 at the Stone County Hospital, where he had been confined for one week. He had been in ill health for the past Iour years. Born on Nov. i. 18"79, he was a member of the Big Level Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Nellie White Howell, Wiggins; five t!hool and had an outstanding sons, Ronald Howell, Bisbee, Ariz.; career in the tackle position with Keith Howell, Paseagoula; Joseph B. Howell, U.S. Army, Korea; Dor- • the Tomcats. He will figure pro- man Howell, US. Navy, Garden minely in the interior line posi- tion at guard for the Bulldogs and Grove, CaliL; and Jack Howell, as he is a frosh will add experience iloxi; one daughter, Mrs. Bessie McClendon, Wiggins; two brothers. to the Perkinston line next season. Junior College Gridders Open Practice With 80 Approximately 84) local and out of state gridders reported to the perkinston Junior College training i camp to begin fall football work- outs Monday. Close to half of this umber are out of state players each vicing Ior a spot on the 10- man limit allowed Junior College oaches for out-of-starers. ] The Bulldogs, who compiled a 5-5 record last year, are aided this sea- l f, on with 8 returning lettermen and three other players-who saw action lor Perklnston last year. The let- termen are Mac Breland, end, from Wiggins; Kenneth DeFillpo, tackle, from Miami Beach. Fla.; Glen Ho- v:ell, cent.r, Irom Lucedale; John- ny Ryan, the only starting letter- man returning, quarterback, from Biloxi; Johnny Holtzclaw, halfback, from Fort Payne, Ala•; William (Hobo) Jones, Iullback, from Mar- shall, Texas who lettered in 1957 and joins Pkinston after a three ,year absence,and Osceol Rayan, tull back, from Biloxi. Other who limited action last year are James Estes, tackle, Irom Selma. Ala.; George Halistrom, tackle, from Moss Point; E. I. (Buddy) Howard, center, from Lucedale plus letter- man. Claude Bilbo, guard, from Moss Point. Head Coach, Ed Evans and Back- ield Coach, Bobby Holmes have been drilling the charges mainly on fundmentals, pass defense and of- Wiggins Hi Tomcats To Open 1960 Season Here Friday Night A large crowd is expected Fri- day night to see the defendine Singing River Conference champ- ion Wiggins Tomcats open their 190 football season against Rocky Creek, who themselves posted a strong 8-2 record in the conferance last year. Kick-olI time is set for g:00 p.m. Admission again to ttu. football games will be 50c for stu- dents and $1.00 tot adults. All indications are that Friday's game may well have a great bear- ing on who may claim champion- ship honors in the South Division of the conference this year, as both teams have been peged as to con- tenders for tim crown. Tomcat coach, Davis Melton and Jack Miller have been working their charges out twice daily for three weeks in preparations for the contest. Although many good play- ers were lost by last years gradua- tion class, there seems to be more optimism in the Wiggins camp which include 35 squad members who have but one purpose In mind --to retain the Singing River Con- ference title for another year. The Wiggins band will again be on hand to boost the Tomcats this ear, as they also have been prac- ticing for two weeks in preparation for Friday nights performance. The Tomcat's entire football sch- Local Firms Listed Town Voters To To Be Closed Monday Decide Bond Issue, Sale Tax Tuesday The following business firms of /Wiggins will be closed all day I The citizens of the Town of Wig- Monday, September 5, Labor Day. gins will go to polls on Tuesday, Wiggins 5 & 10, Auto-Lec Stere. Hall's Firestone Store, Mlippi Power Co., O'Neal Gift Center, REA OIfice, ICRR Freight Office. Evans Motor Co,, B & H Furniture, Star Chevrolet Co., Bufkin's, Kloze Shop, Curmingnam Shoe Store. ravls Variety Store, Blaylock Bar- her Shop, B & H Barber Shop, All Federal Government Offices, All State and County Offices, Petro- lane Gas Co., Supertane Gas Co., Bank of Wiggins, and Western Auto. City Hall• CAP Cadets To Get Free Insurance According to Major O. B. Ross- back, Squadron Commander of Wig- gins Composite Squadron, all ca- dets active with the Squadron Ca- det Progm will be insured at no cost to the cadet or parents. This insurance is to cover the cadets I i while attending Civil Air Patrol ! i ! meetings or missions, also, while I participating in encampments, In-| ' ternational exchange, lntra-nation- al exchange, drill competition or 1 other special activities and while traveling to and from such activi- ties under the direction of a Civil Air Patrol Senior Officer. Cadets are also covered while serving as a S eptember 6, to determine a very important issue to all persons liv- ing in and around Wiggins, Mis- t slssippl. The Issues are whether or not it is wise for the Town to grow. and progress and, also, whether or not the necessary monies will be provided for such growth. It is the consensus of the opinion among the Mayor and Board of Alderman that some tax relle¢ will be granted If the one-half of one per cent (½ of 1 per cent) sales • ax is levied by the citizens. The Town does not feel that a major portion of the tax burden can be lifted, but that possibly two and one-half (2%) or three (3) mills might be deducted as a result of passing the sales tax levy. In ad- dition to the tax relief that will be granted, the citizens of the Town of Wiggins will have other faaflttl¢ available to them that have not been heretofore available. Some of us pay four per cent t4 per cent) sales tax on a large majority of our purchases now. This is because we have an add one-half cent (% cent) tax. It Is doubtful whether or not anyone would feel any additional burden because of the additional one-imM of one per cent (% of 1 per cent). If the people will consider the value ....... and - le for this -ear is as folows" pilot of a powered aircraft during ....... .... her daughter Charles riowell, Fermnston, "-outs in an euu Y ' "- in coun--'i-n ..... ivP Air of having additional iaclnles avu- VLSltlng lence, with heavy WOrK ek Here u ec o w|tn r9 1 n-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Char- Also spotlighted in the Perkins- Ned Howell, Shreveport, La.; 13 tttemt to determine the out of Sept. 2--Rocky Cree, Patrol Activles rPhis insurance able to them, then, it is apparent [aith ton squad is Lewis "Hudi" Hatten grandchildren; and seven grea- • . v ...... q remain With Sept. 9--Lucedale, There covera"e includes" loss of life dis that the small increase in the taz ...... rid i dren stae players wno w • 16 East Central Here  ' " nt ......... r-ub and who established a memtious g grandch I . - ............ b- Sept. -- , "- ............... dlcal burden will be a wise Invest|he . k aria Mrs. w. r'. t  ........... , ........... aken from the the practice being mgmgneu Y ......... all There memaeren am u,m m ..................... ,___ ........... ' .... nt career with the wlggnns -romttt Tne ouy w.  .............. *'es tep, z--ou,-- , , ....... "----- "^- "his -m aammna art to m n, tu trauo v, v= ......... ,,.. I ........ "-'^.-+-. Mortua , in Pas- .lntro-squaa action ne wo - o.  rvTville Here Home- [expense. rne pret,uum u  , + ,11 ...... • to ,,o m, [: Vacation In rttre ov..e , - , _ . . ! ....... "'- residence Au  are nearing the iv-man mz,,* ,,, . l insurance is palr vJr uy  ,t- __ ...... [last week in their conference cnamwonsniP - cagoula to me .am,y . ;'-  : 1  to bein extensive practice in coming .. __ I .....  Wln each uaving half port itself, however, the mmat out- -- ..' ........ - ........ nl see action in the half-12q where it witt remain untn z:au v,, . b . Oct. '/---St. Martin, "lere ]'z' "" _' . ¢.: - . ,lay will have to be financed at the Donata tacArtnur speu ,c ru ,, ........ ,, ..... the next weez ..... , '^-*^n There Ithe amount tor each active ctmet. I ........... t ,  ,, cl, an La. via- k slot and althougn llgnt, AGO. [p.m. unuay. uct. --,v , [ ..... l present tlme. It Is necesaaxy  2,u ,.- ............ :-combines seed with adeptness l Funeral services were held from Injuries have been very light in Oct. 21--Lumberton, Here [ It is now manaatory mat eacn l Mayor and Board of Alderman - 'rlLnaM Gordon of Jackson a' finding yard'age routes. /the Big Level Baptist Church at the Perkinston camp with only Oct. 28---0. L. V., There |ca/et be insured in order to par-[cure the $80,00000 bond Issue SO u " "" aau': nter--- a-rid son-in- ,| 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. Eddie Lott, George Hallsstrom, tackle, from Nov. 4 Agrlcola, There [ ticipate in any activity. This new] that the initial outlay' can be _ ner . g ....... n |pastor officiated, assisted by the lMos s Point on the injury list. - ] insurance plan Is another part o within the immediate future. It Mr. ana Mrs. loerL = r -- • •  ' ! / Rev. Jimmy Albritton, former pas- I ' the returning veterans [our operation to benefit the cadet,, ....... ,__^.,,. ,,, ,,, Week.  Farm HOUSl g i . hurch TO and their families The cadet pro- .............. ons [ _ . .... .,I tor of the Big Level C . the squad is composed of 2'/ other Perk Bullpups j .... • _ ]ple , the bond mue and, , ,  . ,a, w= ,,., t Reulauons t;nangeu t Interment was in the White Gem- I ho--Iuls many of whom had out- i/,, c ..... ,4- _ | gram LS aesgnea to prepare eacn [ and a means of financing the bond ! : mvis of Gultportt0000g e in eligibility re.ulre 00For Sunday, Sept. Grand ^la Bin Hig-I00,...00,hedlrectionot C00h00on-| ......... ......... .an,' all byt00 Bett Y r- l nents for Parm Hotmmg loans has] ..... / ..... . u,,-  been lavorably received, except one t the week end with her pa .... Iginbotham of Gautier who attend ]ard Sumrall /of the nr,ram is to todays youth ................. v ..... a., ade. union OI LII .... t"--o [JWIl tlUl b|I b. Xt.' v . , Mr. and Mrs. Cul Davis. .| ten m ..... I The tenth annual re ........ n !od high school at Pascagoula, and I The BUllpups, who finished with I All beVS and girls of 14 years of ............. , .... ,i, wblm Rawis ana viousl accoraing to mr. ts of Col oonn unu ',,.' t --  -- ,, vv=-o -- ---t .....  - r. and Mrs. Glen | Pre Y, [descendan . ._ - I johny Page of Hand,borG who a-| a 4-4 ledger last year, enter GUll] ............... elcome to be ................ • ,-o :.>aS! !ynseP::!: I !2ti:?&Wu°Ult hPtee::PP?iii: /Ju2m;' e;iWer :!cM:eln:i'll t Tack es: Jerry Fal rella of New I Crtua2802wwnh itYigLr ! nPaasetta:il:2caae: eOsPnexr g nted?:l hen, Mrs. T. L. Martin and M .1 income. Under  ] Mr. John L. Dale of ' | York, N.Y. I who saw action last year. | ..... ? .............. n ........ ,'," .................... Mr   McI.,eod Sr. attend-]reouirement a farmer whose farm] brin' the devotional. Mr W.F.| ......... € T.untt. ,h v,nrnina httrman who wlll[ mgnt at me waggms a-pm a u mmrs w,a. ua,cm, mm. ..........  new| ............ auce for sale or home -- - - oot-nn will be the guest| Guards. luo .... | .......... | in the Squadrons Administration additional improvements amt pro- ,,pen hOUse nero a .,c r [ Hn.ntL,|ly ,,t. . tlona oi .......... l,. .... ,^., ish0n of Haleyvtlle | be drawn upon neavny tm cvl-- i ......... , .... ,., , . , m vIH httr fe.tlitles for th@ CtlgIM klale Presbyterian Church on u-'e at least $400 worth of commod- speaker of the day. |Ala., Lv# - -..,.,.,, Whitney{, ........ n are' Leon Sauls, half-I bUUOmg, meems m- = - v ....................... . . • - -- *].-: ..... it h meets others ,,,,_ . ,t  ,-,nt| hv Mrs H Ala." Cornelius tDuuu, _ -It "m .... .. " -- ..... 1 and last until 8:30 p.m. Transpor- These facilities WOUld incluae re- ly afternoon /tt-. m$, -- --- u. ,,,  v .......... "" "1 ' - ---. FTancis t_iuertln |back trom aucier; t>ate ttyat ....... , ..... t. .... ,^.., ca¢li,{ o, other m. a ........ '-- oft .............. : .... nts, be able to - -  ,r^.. to the ,ol Grmnercy, L., -- t ' . to*ion will be avallaDle loi c,, ;,¢aauzz. a..vo m. *. 2 and Mrs. Aner tr.a??2"--" ; I eng?_m? ,r7..-::'2, ,,, B. Longest o,_ ?ul,P,L ....... ,' ,, ew York, N.Y.; Harold Man- ] lallback, from Perkinston, Marty Z:= munent improvements. oula spent the wec. "l curare a mm ,,,, .n. youngest ann olnest pcr,o  ........  -- . -, • * orr v Alex- ! u-aus nuarterback, Irom Sau- '" .. ...... ,, _^, . , .,. ,,,, ,,, tl Mrs. Straughan's parents, Mr. Farm Housing Loans are made by and to the person traveling the mng of Georglana, n.--..  .... r ,,| ''--':--- ...... us tackle from .  --- xou w,.., ..... - * Mrs. Lewis Campbell. "I ,he Farmers Home Administration greatest distance to attend. I,nder of Wiggins =* 00nter ". • _ .-- solutm that the mo00e. John Naylor Jr., of r the pur00 of constructing Officers for are, 00res0000?.nt, p00.00goula. ...... xi 70000mperkin'ton" Final Rites Hem 00,'or  anent the week ena ,,,irin needed farm housing anu Darwin Ivfaples, Luceaale; vine I Centers: Pete ¢uave ot xv _ ..... '-,,-=trm• n,,-t,n "¥,,,1  ][Jnlrmo '" ...... . ...... !--' La., - ..... !-v- o . ........... , • ..... * ! ...... .^-* rme lash guaru, lrum rt=a*..,  .... J.qtJ| au. taaaasa.. does not anticipate using any oz --" -';-- -'-' .... - orlln ........... .- " . ...... ,_^.,.' o.rtrv Mrs Houston| .... , tony unt of Biloxi Flash) Walxer, ena, rm -©-- -- monies to pay current expenze.  7ndnchldT;nr=d'ArowardlthOa:h:d. rT:2m;qir:ral :;e Howell;  Lucedale ;" Treasurer, Mr. [" QuarterbacL: Orge Waddell of klnston, perklnston camp Noel Edward Hlckman diedoeneral s sincerely recommended that the Sr.. were recent visitors leople of the Town of Wiggins lcago, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo., hat the applicant be a citizen of Casper Hatten, Wiggins; Historian. Chatom, Ala.; Jerry Lucas of Lute- Injuries in the ug. 26 t Porrest County the United States, cannot obtain Mrs. Willis Terry, Hattiesburg, and dale. Jave sidelined Richard patn, Hospital In Hattleeburg. He wa 57. the bond issue and the add|tlll relatives. HaLfbacks: clarence Strickland guard, and Ray Bod, 11IfbaCL IAnda Pratt spent last week credit for his needs elsewhere, and Reporter, Mr. Hollie Bond, Wiggins• Mr. Hickman, who had been in one-half of one per cent ( of 1 and Mrs. PerCy MAiler has sufficient income for his latin Everyone is asked to bring a pic- of Mobile, A1a.; Jerry Carriere of who W be out of action for three and other sources to pay his ex- nic basket. Barbecue and drinks will Mississippi City who turned Ln weeks. Also J. D. BrOadus, end, and /ll health for some time, was a life- per cent) sales tax. long resldent of Perk|hatCh. The voters of the Town of W1g- Marilyn Beatty and child- penses for farm operations, family be available, grid|on action for Oulfport; James ,Arthur roadus, tackle, are seeing Surviving are his wife, Mxs. IAl- gins will be required to show their f Matron, Ill., spent several living, and meet payments when (Benny) SHOWS of Lucedale; Jerry limited action, llan Wade Hickman; one daughter, last two years poll tax receipts a FOOTBALL M Hilda Mae Hickman; two the special election. With her mother, Mrs. Mary due on his debts. Love of Perklnston; Frank Guzzet- Coach Sumrall reports several and aunt, Mrs. LiMe Fer- hisAPplicatl°nStype of creditan mayinf°rmati°nbe obtain.f°r prings;t| of BiloXl;HudieOeraldHattenGOffof Ofwiggins;Ocean rookieSfaces a arerebuildingShaping jobUP withg°°d anbUt in-he ons,drew PaUlHlckman ;EdwardandandhisR°Ymother,An" lectionIt will pass be necessarYby a three-fifththat the boflma], and Mrs. J. D. Rustin and at the county offices of the Farms WIGGINS HI TOMCATS Bobby Little of Pascagoula and experienced squad lacking espec- Mildred have returned Home Administration located in Sept. 2Rocky Creek, Here Douglas (Ed) Conway of Blloxi. ially in the tackle and guard posi- Mrs. Monroe Hlckman, all of Per- ority of the qualified elector rot- Sept. 9---Lucedale, There Fullbacks: J. W. Parker of Biloxi tlons. He will also be without the kinston.Mr. Hickman is also survived by Ing.mterestedIt is imperatlVetn this matterthatbrlngall peopleyour - - *- lass Building, Wiggins, Mis- sister, Mrs. Leonard Hughes of poll tax receipts for the last two a two weeks visit with their l • Sept. 16---East Central, Here who saw action last year for Notre services of two All Gulf Coast con- Lb r and son-in-law, Mr. and[SlSSlppL  __ Qtilfport and two brothers, Brewer y.ears and vote either for or t Virgil Golbreath in South[ Sept. 23--Sumrall, Ttlere Dame and Johnny Welfore of ference backflelders, John Dickens one Sept. 30--D'Iberville, Homecoming!&ucedale who played for Rocky who barked signals in the quarter- Hickman of Oulfport and Rupert he issue. In other words three out Ind. While there, they und].[ m ___ IT:e=.rt Oct. 7--St. Martin, There Creek last year. back slot last year and Jerry Love, Hickman of Perkinston. ot every five people voting will have 00us00'slr'°r:':er - " vast rebuilding job due to the lack Igamer for the Btlllpups  Olbreathtt and husbandVisitedMrMrS'and Mrs/][ld n Dies In AriZ. Oct. 14--Rachton, There Coach Evans and Itolmes face a ullback, who was leadinglast groundseason. Funeral services were held from to vote for the bond issue befor@ ' ' " En ' ......... t Oct. 21--Lumberton, Here of la era with college football ex-|umrall will be relying on the ex- Dees Funeral Home on Aug. 2'/, the bonds can be issued. aunrngart in Chicago, . -| Oct. 28--0. L. V., There P Y • . ............ l -once of Broadus, Souls, Ryals, Rev. Calvin Hall, pastor at Ellis- t home they visited their dau-| ...... ,5 passed away Nov. 4--Agricola, There. :hen:eb,r?:;m:::: eon ;Trl ]2nd*L " lde:h sw2a: vllle officiated, assisting was the W Miss Geraldine Rustin and[ uryan^ ,J2;- ,,,,,,as AriZona,  d m the backf i " Re. H. L. Warden. REVIVAL AT ASSEMBLY OF • . ..... ,, and/,Augu z,  -, '---, .  t Timing, oltence, and y - Burial was In Davis Cemetery in GOD TO START SK L m mw  1 -reat deal of s-irit I outs have filled most of the prac- and daughter- - , - [ =ho , boa ded ince leavmg PERKINSTON JC BULLDOGS rookies and report all boys show a} I Lewis Rustm in 2c:t:7=;] wiggins thirty years ago. . | Sept. 10---unfiower. Perk [ P " . ..... on [tice sessions with some light intra- Pallbearers were. Hoel Evans. H. A revival at the W,ia - umn l lepTber 1 dl?Sw: t y= on !squad action. embly of God Ohur¢ll, Itighw 4 ade the acq - ¢,,vors include his widow, two| Sept, 17--Co-Lin, There l l granddaughter Kimberl Ann .... ta a his ! ' daughters, Sharon and AI yn Sept. 24--Holmes, There he O. Redmond, Jomy Hiekman, ,,nfl, Junior College o* Per- Action will begin on the gridiron Frazler Bond, Nolan Ladner and orth will get undey Y, I ................ ' .... --*¢,n on September  Isaac Curtrer, all of Perklnston. September 5. Rev. Balne will b@ kinston. Perklnston will be playing tot ' - amIflell visited Mr maother, Mrs. Fannle Bond, oil Oct. 1---Open Julian w  . : r.,, three bothers Ervin and l on the newly adopted round-robin when the Bullpups will be seeking guest speaker. Im, t* Z Chalin formerly Ot "-""', _ ....  ....... I Oct. 8--East Mississippi, Perk  ...... _ .... I JohiY, Lmuglas; weuo, .uc,,,, | Oct. 15--Jones, Perk ns, in Sulphur, La., cw.- land five sisters, Mrs. Frances Bond,] Oct. 22--Northwest, There schedule this season with no out- to avenge a defeat as they encoun- last week. . - o_e[Pernston; Mxs. Sadie Ctmnlng-, Oct. 29---Hinds, Homecoming 'of-state_ games planned, ter the Notre Dame RebeLs ol Bil- HALE-GREEN VOWS TO BE IN MAGEE IElVrEMER II ,WOODLAWN PAKK TO MEET IAllie Ferrell returnea n u, | .... • " [.. Wiggins • Mrs. Idargie Hitt, oxi, at BiloxL IN STAPP HOME TUDAY fter visiting her son[ ...... - , . _ . Nov. 5---East Central, There 1 list the remaining lariday a i uo.tt,bur" Mrs Mary jones, schedule: Mh'. and Mrs. Harold Edward and Mrs Earl Fer-I ........ - . _. _ •. Nov. 12Pearl River, There RUSTIN BIRTH The Bullpups t-lily, Mr. - I t .... ,. Texas ana Mrs. aerma 19---Southwest, Perk --- On Tuesday afternoon, Beptm- i Jacksonville, N.C., for tWO I =iTds New Mexico. NOV. Mr. and MrS. Lewis K. Rustin of September 16, Harrison Central, Hale O! Magee, Misslsaippi an- ,,u ..... Hattiesburg announce the birth of Here. the engagement and ap- her 6, at 3 o'clock, the Woo&lawn spent I| _ [BAPTIST GA TO HOL?  September 23. Oen. marriage of their daugh- Park Association w eon It [CORONATION SERVI their third child and first daughter, stateline I Lngto, Ind., are visiting Mr. Stew-I SUNDAY NIGHT Kimberly Anne, weighing nine September 30, Long Beach, -er, Ann lVgf oral to Doctor John uma civic activttlea after two D. Clark of with her aunt, Mrs. T. [daughter, Larlssa Gay. of Bloom- pounds and four ounces, on Wed- There. Edward Green, son of Dr. and Mrs. molatlm of summer vUen, in th and rs. Mark Blankenstelnlax's grandmother, Mrs. R. F. An-[ - -, --"-'-'--- -" the First nesday, August I0. October 7, Ocean Springs, There. Earl Green of Hattlesbttrg, Miss- home of Mrs. Fred BtaPP. - for Jackson enxoute to] ......... his and other reatlves. more ]| n^-tistThe GirIChurchS AuxalmrYwill have a coro- Maternal grandparents are Mr. October 14, Pass Christian, Here. Isslppl. The hostesses will be Mrs. Anna where Mr. Blan- Mrs. Jewel llayTle o e,u ,I ,v Sept. 4, Mrs. I. V. Slade of Bond and October 21, Bay St. Louis, Here. Vows will be exchanged Sunday, Muslin and Mrs. Bertha W. will the University penn., and Miss Judy Haynle Mr. and Central, the Pirst Methodist A cordial invitation la extadt Biloxi Thursday and Friday at worship £ Chtrcl Mxa, and tmd Mx-s. and mfle Pratt The D.