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CAL NEWS Smith--Phone WAlnut 8-4840 J. N. Scott returned home after a two months visit her son, Ray Scott and family Ariz. Mrs. Scott also her younger son, Jc, lm and family in Spring Valley, Hickman, Pete Rogers, Blair, Sr., and Wayford watched the Pascagoula Eight football team defeat the team 13 to 6 last Friday at Petal. Mr. Blair's son, Blair, Jr. is on the coaching at Pascoula. Rhonda Blaylock, daugh- Of Coach and Mrs. Joe Blay- ol New Orleans, spent the in the Chester Pratt home. O. E. Batson spent Sunday her sister, Mrs. Left Rogers } is a patient in the Methodist in Hattiesburg. mad Mrs. Glyndo Williams baby J. D. of Poplarville visit- Williams parents, Mr. and Origen Lott on Sunday after- and Mrs. Stanley Blair and Janet visited Sunday in of Victor Blair. Mary Lu Bates of Forrest Agricultural High School Pat Moore of Perkinston the week end with Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rutledge, Pannle Locke and Mrs. Flet- Miller spent Sunday after- in Waynesboro visiting Mrs. sister, Mrs. GlUe Washam isfll. Jack Schilling and Mrs. Pratt spent Sunday and with Mr. and Mrs. B. T. in Oxford. and Mrs. Phll Shaw of Pas- spent the week end with Julian Campbell. and Mrs. Leroy Smith and Mitch Bond were dinner Sunday of Lt. and Mrs. L. Smith in BiloxL Lucille White of Temple, is a house guest of Mr. and C. W. Holleman in McHenry. and Mrs. Doyle Roberson and moved to Jacksonville, Fla., days ago. W. H. Wesson and children Annita and Bill of COl- visited Mrs. Wesson's par- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bson through Saturday. They attended the football game Columbus and Hatties- in Hatticsburg on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mr. and Mrs. Rayford and children, David, Lowell, Eric, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bat- and Archie Bat.son. 1/C Raymond Hatten home Tuesday after a tour of duty in Japan. He visit his family during a 30, furlow and later will be sent • [axwell AFB in Montgomery, His wife and children will ac- him. and Mrs. Jim GuffY and of Bay Sf. Louis spent the end with Mr. and Mrs. Luther and Mrs. James Martin and Jimmy of Whittier, calif., two weeks with Mr. Martin's Mrs. Eugene Martin. and Mrs. Rill Blaylock and Kathy and Ginger will to Wiggins next week. The have bought the George home on James Street. and Mrs. Roy Heater of .*r, Fla., spent several days week visiting Mr- and Mrs. r Bates'and Mr- and Mrs. Dan& McLeod of AshVllle, , has been visiting her parents, d Mrs. N. C. McLeod, Sr., for Weeks. RubY Bishop and Mrs. T. L. spent Friday in Hatties- Donald McArthur and Mrs. McHenr visited in the of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bat- Jr. in Shallmar, Fla., over the end. and Mrs. Howard Roberso, Roberson of Mississip- Mr. K. C. Price, spent sun- la Jackson attending the Hollls held at the home of Mr. Hollis lrazer. Chester Pratt and her dau- Miss IAnda Pratt, spent Fri- "  NeW Orleans, La. and Mrs. joel Biass left sun- to visit friends in Minnesota, t llan to be gone two weeks. W. H. Wesson and children VOLUME 45--N.S. t ,, , Wiggins Tomacts To Host East Central Friday Night The Wiggins Tomcats, smarti:]g from a 20-0 defeat at the hands of Lucedale last week, ill be back in conference play this week when they moet East Central on the local field Friday night. Kickofl time is scheduled for 8 o'clock. "Ihe Tomcats who came out of last weeks fracus without any in- juries will be in good shape for Friday's battle. Coach Melton has made several changes in the line up which he hopes will improve the overall strength of his club. A large crowd is expected to be on hand to watch the Tomcats try to keep their undefeated confer- ence record in tact. LOCAL WOMEN'S CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Wiggins Women's Club met September 13 at three o'clock. Mrs. Joel Simpson, president, called the meeting to order. After a short business session it was an- nounced Miss Lynd Kay Breland will represent the club for the country forestry queen contest to be held Sept. 15. Civic project for the year is to give full coopera- tion ar! help with the organization of civil defense. Guest speaker for the meeting was Mr.. G. M. Tubb, state super- intendent of education, giving a talk on ,'Text Books" was intro- duced by Mrs. King Montgomery. Refreshments of cake, hors d'- oeuvres and punch were served by the hostesses, Mesdames J. B. New- ton, J. B. Mustin, R M. Newton, W. C. BatSon, A. J. Alexander and Mrs. Friz Breland T & C GARDEN CLUB TO MFJgT IN HARVEY LOTT HOME The Town and Country Garden Club will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 1"30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Har- vey Lott with Mrs. Newt Rogers as Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, 1960 Miss Taylor Is Wed Ramsey Rites Held To Mr. Favre In In Saucier Saturday Ceremony Here Mrs. Ida B. Ramsey, 64, of Sau- .... cier died Monday, September 6, at Miss Frances Lamara Taylor, the Charity Hospital in Laurel. She daughter of Mrs. Marie Taylor Of lWas a native of Barnes, but had re- Perkinston and the late I11o Tay-iside d most of her life in Saucier lor, and Bobby Favre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Favre of Gulfport, were unit:d in marriage Thursday, September 8, at 7 o'clock in the ,ening at the Presbyterian Church in Wiggins. The Rev. Le- roy Secrest, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with I candelabra holding white tapers on I either side, centered with a basket I of white gladioli. White satin bows marked the family pews. A program of nuptial selections was presented by Miss Carol New- ton, organist and accompanied Mrs. George Budd, the soloist, inging, Because. and The Lord's Prayer, as the benediction. Miss Newton played the wedding marches for the processional and recessional. Escorted o the altar by lmr un- cle, Mr. William W. Taylor, who gave her in marriage, the bride was gowned in a sapphire blue silk organza over taffeta sheath dress with a silk organza bolero. She wore sapphire blue satin shoes land a small fitted hat of white Imaline with velvet petals, ca- [crusted with pearls and carried a I white Bible topped with a cascade of white carnations centered with a white orchid. Miss Sandra McHenry of Per- kinston, was maid of honor to the bride, wearing a rtLst silk shantung The body was taken from the Friendly Funeral Home it] Pas- cagoula for waking Friday night at her home in Saucier. The Rev. I. M. Baker officates} at funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ramsey Clmpe] Methodist Church in Saucier. Interment was in the Ramsey Cemetery. Survivors include her husband Florence Ramsey; four daughters, Mrs. Artimes Carter of Biloxi. Mrs. Edna Fitzpatrick of Chicago, Ill. and Mrs. Ethel Harthorn and Mrs. ,Bertha Everett ol Guliport: two ons. Howard Ramsey of Chicago, and Norman Ramsey of Biloxi: three sisters. Mrs. Ada Brown of Wgis, Mrs. Lela McBride of Lumberton, Mrs. Daisy Miller ol Chicago; two brothers. Henry and Samuel Fairiey of Wilgina; 12 grandchildren and 21- great-grand- children. Former Resident Has Champion Cat Mrs. S. McKendry has been brel- ing and showing pedigreed Siamese show" cats for the past four year while being stationed with CWO W[eKendry at air bases on Cape Coil, Mass., and Madison, Wis. One of her cats, a Siamese Seal Point female. Double Grand sheath dress with silk organza bolero and mall rust feathered hat and carried a rust and yellow chry- santhemum corsage. Serving the groom as best man was his brother, Mr. Milton Favre of Gulf port. and his nephew, Mr. Jerone Favre of Gulf port served as groomsman. The bride's mother wore a sand pink brocade sheath dress, and a pink feathered hat and a corsage of pink chrysanthemums. The groom's mother wore a rust figured co-hostess. ,silk dress and a white carnation Mrs. Earl I:)anTy has been. a-l corsage. waxded the club's yard-Of-Tee- Following the ceremony, a re- Month for Septem_ber. I ceptiton was held in Fellowship --- O--'-GEN LOTT ]Hall, given by the ladies of the NIECE OF mtv.  ]church, honoring the young couple. KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT iT he newlyweds were assisted in receiving by their mothers and at- tendants. Mrs. Leroy Secrest greet- ed the guests. The foyer of the hail was de- corated with hanging large white wedding bells. The reception room held tall white baskets of white princess feathers and white glad- ioli. The long bridal table was cov- ered with white silk with the skirt drawn up with white .satin ribbon which rung in drapes, held sprays of ivy, overlaid with full white net. Centering the table was a large minature rose garden with a fount- Funeral services were held Sat- urday, September 10 at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Clifton Lee from popiarville Baptist Church of which she was a member. Burial was in Lee Ceme- tery in stone County at 3 p.m. She was the former Hallie Bond Lee, also a former resident of stone County and the niece of Mrs. Odgen Lott of Wiggins. Mrs. Lee was killed instantly in a car wreck Thursday afternoon near LUmberton. Champion Veja Suda Choi, two years old, has walked away with top honors against competition in I many national cat shows in the i United Stat. and at the Iner- national Exposition in Toranto, Canada this past show season. In September the annual award oI the 10 top All American cats fo: 1960 were announced. "Buda Choi" was named sixth best cat in the United States and Canada in ˘om- petition again cats of all breeds, such as Abysenion, Burnese, MarLx, Domestic Short Hair and all hair breeds. She also has the title of Best Siamese for 1960, regardless of sex and color. Mrs. McKendry, is the former Veda Varnado, daughter Mr. L. A. Varnado of Wiggins. She with her daughter Dianne and her top cats will join Mr. McKendry, who is now stationed at Eureux AFB in France for a three year tour. While there they will attend and compete in cat shows all over Europe against many internation- ally known breeders of show cats. PERRYVlLLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL The Perryville MLsionary Bap- tist Church will begin their Revival, Saturday evening, Sept. 17 at 7 o'- clock. Rev. Alvin Dicklns will conduct the services. Dinner will be served on the church grounds Sunday. Eeryone is cordially invited. GILLILAND BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Emett C. Gilliland of Gulf port announce the birth of their first child, a son. Gary Wayne, born September 6. weighing eight pounds and six ounces at the Gulf- IA)CAL STUDENTS LEAVE FOR COLLEGES sin flowing with pink water. Flank-  t  ing the garden were crystal candela Among the :=hC uny stu"bra holding white tapers. The two dents leaving f I and col-tiered white wedding cake was top- lege this week aGken;ro= Jesse ped with white ,eclding bells and Breland, Billy , Pat 4ilies of the valley. Miss Sandy David Madsen, Ronald Bona, 'Schilling and Miss Virginia Budd Mr. and Mrs. Darnell Jackson, Mr. presided over the punch bowl. MLs ,and Mrs. Keble Luter, MSU; Joy Newton and Miss Kathy Budd Schilling, Jill Davis, Gerald Hick- served the cake. man, James Day and Thomas But- The bride's register table at ler, Ole M; Emily Ganunage, BiN which Mrs. C. G. Odom presided, y Jack Bulkin and Tern Fowikes, was overlaid with a white linen illsaps C)llege; Miss Mike Blass, cloth and held an arrangement of port Memorial Hospital. ...... ondv Bless and white and yellow chrysanthemums Maternal grandparer|ts are Mr. SU; '_ • - H,h . ". ..... and Mrs H. J. Cobia of Toomsboro Whorten, Dominican  ann Gannet. " ' Tudi - " Brown .... l----eds left on a trip to Ga. Paternal grandlYarenLs are Mr. I" MarY Francm , Tne new y w ool. il Sch . ., - --- -n Carol -- - for travel Mrs Favre wore and Mrs. Bill G liland of Magnolia MSCW" Bunny Midmew , Fioriaa, " • ,,. Ginger Perego, wayne Ward, a dark green costume dress with Ccnmunity. "m carey, Kirby Lee Breland, black accessories and the orchid .... " Willis " - - '^roth .... r bridal corsage [GARDEN GATE CLUB TO MEET --..-re- MaC Mclnnts, -  from nc " . ._ I .........  $ at home m -rv-ax Henze, Lynette Watts, IAnda Pratt, The Pavre will be [ I The Garden Gate Club will meet bins Taylor MiSS Jackie Gulfport qd Rob " - -- Bates - • of town guests were Mrs. McHenry, MSC; Mary .u "' _ u.',[.ter sister of the groom,] Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 3 o'clock in LeWIS wtur, , ' ' Porrest County AHS. Kirby Lee Breland, Audrey Mac Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Favre and the home of the lresident, Mrs. Er- McL_nnis, Dorothy Hense, Lynette Watts, IAnda Pratt, Ed Robbins Taylor, Miss Jackie McHenry, MSC; ,Mary Lou Bates, Forrest CoUnty children, Janet and Karen, all ot Gulf port. Shower Mrs. Alvin Favre and Mrs. Lewis Webster of Gulf port were hostess- es to a miscellaneous bridal show- er on Monday evening, August 29 at Westside Community House in Gulfport, honoring Miss France. Lamara Taylor, bride-elect of Bobby Favre. The honoree wore a yellow linen sheath dress with white accessor- nest Ytger, with Mrs. R. L. Dan- cer as co-he,areas. -% Mrs. Ferris Batson, Club Reporter Mississippi had the first consol- idated school to provide courses in vocational training--Wool Market on the Coast. tied out in the decorations. The many lovely gifts presented Miss Taylor were displayed under ies. A pink carnation corsage was a white net unbrella. presented to Miss Taylor and white Bingo was enjoyed by the guests carnation corsages to her mother, the prizes won were given to the Mrs. and the groom's Punch, cake mints white were car- liars. H. H. Batson, Mr. and Jackson visited rela- and Children of New Orleans, La., the Coast SaturdaY. spent the week end with Mr. and Davis, Bey. J. A. Mrs. C. W. Holleman in McHenry. Miss Sue Waller, Mrs. T.L. Mrs. johnnsey King and child- Stmday afternoon ren of Bpoklyn spent Sunday with Honta and Mac o'- Mrs. Lamar L,'ldgle and Miss f •  Covington Sunday. Mrs. Peter W, Miss Betty (napin of Pascagoula Wl their e_lld- was a house guest o Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry Lee, Mr. last week. Peter in Mo- Gerry of Biloxi W.F. Mn Hospital News VISITING HOURS I0 to 11 aJm. -- 3 to 4 p,m, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.;n The following patlent˘ t.ave beex) admitted to the Stone County H. 1 tal: Danny Lawson, Wiggins, at. 2 Mrs. Nettle Lyons, Perkinston Jerry Love, Perkinston Junior College Mrs. Maranda Broadus, Perkins- ton Mrs. Audrey Itennis. Wiggins Mrs. Mazie Alexander, Perkinston Mrs. Lou Parker, Wiggins Henry Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Fleeda Slocum, Foxworth Mrs. Joyce Parker, McHenry Mrs. Latami Burke. Maxie Mrs. Janet Pettish. Perkinston MLs Jean Redmond, Saucier Mrs. Geneva Whittington, Per- kinston Howard G. Redmond, Perkinston Mrs. Vivian Warren, Perkinston Mrs. Allie Reece Wiggins C. C. Morris Wiggins Kieth Davis. Lumberton Mrs. Willie B. Bond. Perkinston Arthur Boutin. Saucier Mrs. Vlvian Lynch, Perkinston Searcy Tanner, Wiggs Lottie P. IAndley, Saucier Claude Davis, Wiggins Eluglas Owens, Wiggins Hirman Davis, Perkinston Mrs. Bernell Smith, Kenosha, Wis. Mrs. Inez Sellers, Maxle Colored: Annie Mac .Moore, Wiggins Lewis Buckhalter, Wiggins Joe L. Breland, Wiggins DISCIIARGED Mrs Bernell Smith, Kensosha Wis. Hiram Davis, Perkinston Mrs. Masie Alexander, Perkinstol Henry Davis, Wiggins Arthur Boutin, Saucier Mrs. Mildred Parker, Wiggins Mrs. Doyle Parker, McHenry Mrs. Isa Tulley, Lumberton hs.s Joan Redmond, Saucier C. C. Morrls. Wiggins Kieth Davis, Latmberton Mrs. Docla Smith, Perklnston M1,s. Audrey Hennis, and baby girl, wgms Mrs. Maranda Broadus, Perkins- ton Howard G. Redmond, Perkinston Mrs. Allie Reece, Wiggins Mrs. Janet Parrish, Perkinston Frank Monk, Saucier Mrs. Minnie Breland, Perklnston Jerry Love, Perkinston Junior College Danny Lawson, Wiggins Mrs. Lateral Burke, Maxle Mrs. Jeanette Reeves, Perkinston Mrs. Rebecca McQuagge, Wiggins Mrs. Neva Breland, Wiggins Mrs. Nettle Lyons, Wiggins Mrs. Rac Prevost and baby boy, Wiggins Mrs. Bertha Lenders. Wiggins C. E. Saucier, Perkinston Mrs. Ruby Broadus, Lumberton. Colored: R. T. Williams, Wiggins BIRTHS Mr. and MYs. Bennle Thomas Warre, Perkinston, Miss., a son, Brian Smith Warren, born Septem- ber 9, 1980. BEECH-DANIELS VOWS ARE EXCHANGED Virginia Elizabeth Daniels and Charles Ralph Beech exchanged their wedding vows on Thursday Evening, Sptember 1st. in the home of the bride and in the pre- sence of family and friends. Rev- erend W. W. Young of Hepzibah Baptist Church performed the cer- emony. For the occasion the bride Selected a sky blue dress with matching accessories. The groom's selection was a light grey suit. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Hettie Daniels and the late Mr. Hector Danieis of the Hepzibah Commun- ity. The groom is the son of Mrs. W. J. Catenado of Bond, Mississip- pi,  Mr. W. C. Beech of Purvis, Mississippi. Attendants were the Cochran-Hall Vows Said Here Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ardelle Hall of ;Wiggins announce the marriage of heir daughter, Patricia Ann, to Donald Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cochran of Fruitland Park. The wedding took place at 7:30 p.m. Friday September 2, at the Methodist parsonage. Bey. Van R. Landrum officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate family, before an arrangement of white gladioli. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Henze and Ralph Cochran, brother of the bridegroom• Miss Hall chose for her wedding a white brOcaded suit with white accessories. She carried a white Bi- ble topped with a purple orchid and white ribbon sreamers, The Bible was a gift from Mrs. Cochran, the groom's mother. After a wedding trip to Jackson, the couple will reside on Court Street in tttiesburg, and Mr. Cochran will be employed by the Merchants Co. PRVEPA Slogan Contest Announced The Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association ann?unces to the youth of their Service" Area a con- test designated to direct thinking toward the advantages of living with electricity. The contest is ex- plained in detail in the current is- sue of "The Rural Electric News"• Basically, it is very simple to enter. Children of Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association's mem- bers, ages 6-18, may enter. The contest is in the form of a "Slo- gan', the length of which is limited to Seven Words and must be sub- :mitted on a postal card and mailed to the main office in Columbia• Exceptiormlly nice prizes will be given and the contest is so designed to be as fair as possible and as simple as possible. Be sure to read your this month's issue of "Rural Electric News". Perchance you miss it, the contest and rules will be. listed in next month's issue, also All A,iation members' children are urged to submit entries. MRS. HESTER IIONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Luther Bates honored Mrs: ROy Heater of Brooker, Fla, With a surp Stork Shower in her home Friday morning. A doll baby buggy decorated with white net and pink ribbon with an umbrella covered with pink and white crepe paper on top, holding a baby doll with a bottle was the center of attraction with the gifts placed around it. After the gifts were opened by the honoree, coffee and cake were served from the table centered with a flower arrangement of mlnature tnk and white zennias with a miniature high chair and baby. Farmers Cautioned About Unlighted Trailors On Highway Farmers are being cautioned by the Highway Patrol about pulling unlighted cotton trailers on high- ways after dark. According to Patrol Chief Dave Oayden, traffic mishaps involving Iarm vehicles always increase with the cotton-Picking and harvest sea- son. He said patrolmen from one area of the Delta had already re- ported wide-spread towing of un- lighted cotton trailers hauling farm produce. Mississippi law requires that all vehicles not requiring special light- Ing equipment (this would include farm trailers,, wagons, ete.) carry one or more lights, is,raps or lan- terns visible under normal stinGS- bride's mother, Mrs. Hettie Daniels,, pheric :ions for not less than he bride s cousins, Mr. and Mrs. [ 500 feet. vehicle must also dis- [ Shelby Daniels, Mrs. Sharon Cox, I play a reflex reflector or red light Bonnie and Mark Cox, the groom's] visible for 300 feet to the rear. ] mother and stepfather, Mr. and[ "In the interest of public safety,| Mrs. W. J. Castanedo and the agricultural imolements using high- groom's sister, Elizabeth Beech. ways at night must be properly The coqple are making their lighted," Chief Gayden said. home in the Hepsibah Community, Lawrence County, Mississippi, and The hydraulic model of the Mls- are employed wih the Edward Hy- sissippi River, the feature attrac- man Company of Prentiss, Missis- tion of the Mississippi Waterways sippl. Experiment Station at Vicksburg, is the largest such model of its Misslssi was state It is a scaled to for model of the entire the the deaf the Riley. ˘ NUMBER 37 I Business Review Shows Local Business Gain 29 Per Cent July business activity in the Hat- ˘lesburg district registered about one per cent below the all-'Ime July high registered there a year ago, according to the current issue ,of "The Mississilpi Business Re- view," monthly publication of the Business Review." monthly pub- lication of the Business Research Station at Mississippi State uni- versity. In the state as a whole, July bus- iness barely reached the record level of a year ago, while the na- tion suffered a sligh t decline. On the basis of a comparison with the monthly average estab- lished for the three-year period, 1956-58, the district has gained 23 per cent by July 31. The city of Hattlesburg reported a gain of 25 per cent; POplarvillc, 21 per cent; and Wiggins. 29 per cent. Wiggins CAP Starting First Aid Course According to L t. J. L. Henderson, Squadron Information Officer, and Lt. Thomas W. Wood, Executive Officer. Wiggins Squadron Civil Air Patrol, the unit will start their First Aid Training September 13. Whis important cause Will be con- ducted by Patrolman W. R. Cabrey, Jr. of the 1Vflssissippi state High- way Patrol. Patrolman Cabrey has been technically trained in the field of First Aid and is highly qualified to instruct these classes. This course will require 10 to 12 hours of instruction and upon suc- cessfully completing the course, Red Cross First Aid Cards will be given to all qualified personnel. "With the proper knowledge of Firs t Aid and the application of €his ,,kn, owledge, many lives can be saved' stated Major O. B. ROSS- back, Squadron Commander. Based on the great importance of course, the Wiggins unit cordially invites the residents of Wiggins and the surrounding communities to participate with the squadron personnel in attending these class- es. There will he no charge for this instruction. The first classes will start at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night, September 15- • h. The classes will be held in the squadron administration building lOcated at Wiggins airport. Upon the completlon of the Firs t Aid course, all squadron mobile units will be equipped with First Aid Kits and ample medical sup- ])lies to do a Job whenever and wherever needed. This will be art- z)ther CAP service to the Town of Wiggins and the surrounding com- munities. MAGNOLIA COMMUNITY FAIR Magnolia Community-Fair will be held Oct. 1 at 7 a.m. ]Rntrles in tll divisions and classes are limited o the old Magnolia School area and all members. Exhibits will en- ter from 7 to 9. Judges will Judge 9-10. Books will be open to public t I0. All entries for placings tnust be exhibited in the name of right- I owners. Exhibitors must feed and care for their livestock and poultry. Ribbons will be placed on the exhibits as Judged by the Jud- ges. Exhibits will be on display un- til 2:00 p.m. Entertainment is being planned for the day. FOOTBALL WIGGINS HI TOMCATS Wigg 7, 1Feky Creek 6 Wiga4 O, Lm$ale Sept. 18--East Central, Here Sept. 23--Sumrall, There Sept. 30--D'Iberville, Homecoming Oct. "/---St. Martin, There Oct. 14--Richton, There Oct. 21Lumberton, Here Oct. 2-O. I V., There Nov. 4--Agrlcola, There. PERKINSTON JC BULLDOGfl Perkinston 7, Delta 16 Sept. l%-o-Lin, There Sept. 24--Holmes, TbBre Oct. 1--Open OCt. 8---East Mississippi, Pm'k Oct. 15--Jones, Perk Oct. 22---Northwest, There Oct. 29--Hlnd, Homecoming Nov. There Nov. 12--Pem'l River p /   / i! ¸¸¸¸¸: CAL NEWS Smith--Phone WAlnut 8-4840 J. N. Scott returned home after a two months visit her son, Ray Scott and family Ariz. Mrs. Scott also her younger son, Jc, lm and family in Spring Valley, Hickman, Pete Rogers, Blair, Sr., and Wayford watched the Pascagoula Eight football team defeat the team 13 to 6 last Friday at Petal. Mr. Blair's son, Blair, Jr. is on the coaching at Pascoula. Rhonda Blaylock, daugh- Of Coach and Mrs. Joe Blay- ol New Orleans, spent the in the Chester Pratt home. O. E. Batson spent Sunday her sister, Mrs. Left Rogers } is a patient in the Methodist in Hattiesburg. mad Mrs. Glyndo Williams baby J. D. of Poplarville visit- Williams parents, Mr. and Origen Lott on Sunday after- and Mrs. Stanley Blair and Janet visited Sunday in of Victor Blair. Mary Lu Bates of Forrest Agricultural High School Pat Moore of Perkinston the week end with Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rutledge, Pannle Locke and Mrs. Flet- Miller spent Sunday after- in Waynesboro visiting Mrs. sister, Mrs. GlUe Washam isfll. Jack Schilling and Mrs. Pratt spent Sunday and with Mr. and Mrs. B. T. in Oxford. and Mrs. Phll Shaw of Pas- spent the week end with Julian Campbell. and Mrs. Leroy Smith and Mitch Bond were dinner Sunday of Lt. and Mrs. L. Smith in BiloxL Lucille White of Temple, is a house guest of Mr. and C. W. Holleman in McHenry. and Mrs. Doyle Roberson and moved to Jacksonville, Fla., days ago. W. H. Wesson and children Annita and Bill of COl- visited Mrs. Wesson's par- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bson through Saturday. They attended the football game Columbus and Hatties- in Hatticsburg on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mr. and Mrs. Rayford and children, David, Lowell, Eric, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bat- and Archie Bat.son. 1/C Raymond Hatten home Tuesday after a tour of duty in Japan. He visit his family during a 30, furlow and later will be sent • [axwell AFB in Montgomery, His wife and children will ac- him. and Mrs. Jim GuffY and of Bay Sf. Louis spent the end with Mr. and Mrs. Luther and Mrs. James Martin and Jimmy of Whittier, calif., two weeks with Mr. Martin's Mrs. Eugene Martin. and Mrs. Rill Blaylock and Kathy and Ginger will to Wiggins next week. The have bought the George home on James Street. and Mrs. Roy Heater of .*r, Fla., spent several days week visiting Mr- and Mrs. r Bates'and Mr- and Mrs. Dan& McLeod of AshVllle, , has been visiting her parents, d Mrs. N. C. McLeod, Sr., for Weeks. RubY Bishop and Mrs. T. L. spent Friday in Hatties- Donald McArthur and Mrs. McHenr visited in the of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bat- Jr. in Shallmar, Fla., over the end. and Mrs. Howard Roberso, Roberson of Mississip- Mr. K. C. Price, spent sun- la Jackson attending the Hollls held at the home of Mr. Hollis lrazer. Chester Pratt and her dau- Miss IAnda Pratt, spent Fri- "  NeW Orleans, La. and Mrs. joel Biass left sun- to visit friends in Minnesota, t llan to be gone two weeks. W. H. Wesson and children VOLUME 45--N.S. t ,, , Wiggins Tomacts To Host East Central Friday Night The Wiggins Tomcats, smarti:]g from a 20-0 defeat at the hands of Lucedale last week, ill be back in conference play this week when they moet East Central on the local field Friday night. Kickofl time is scheduled for 8 o'clock. "Ihe Tomcats who came out of last weeks fracus without any in- juries will be in good shape for Friday's battle. Coach Melton has made several changes in the line up which he hopes will improve the overall strength of his club. A large crowd is expected to be on hand to watch the Tomcats try to keep their undefeated confer- ence record in tact. LOCAL WOMEN'S CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Wiggins Women's Club met September 13 at three o'clock. Mrs. Joel Simpson, president, called the meeting to order. After a short business session it was an- nounced Miss Lynd Kay Breland will represent the club for the country forestry queen contest to be held Sept. 15. Civic project for the year is to give full coopera- tion ar! help with the organization of civil defense. Guest speaker for the meeting was Mr.. G. M. Tubb, state super- intendent of education, giving a talk on ,'Text Books" was intro- duced by Mrs. King Montgomery. Refreshments of cake, hors d'- oeuvres and punch were served by the hostesses, Mesdames J. B. New- ton, J. B. Mustin, R M. Newton, W. C. BatSon, A. J. Alexander and Mrs. Friz Breland T & C GARDEN CLUB TO MFJgT IN HARVEY LOTT HOME The Town and Country Garden Club will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 1"30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Har- vey Lott with Mrs. Newt Rogers as Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, 1960 Miss Taylor Is Wed Ramsey Rites Held To Mr. Favre In In Saucier Saturday Ceremony Here Mrs. Ida B. Ramsey, 64, of Sau- .... cier died Monday, September 6, at Miss Frances Lamara Taylor, the Charity Hospital in Laurel. She daughter of Mrs. Marie Taylor Of lWas a native of Barnes, but had re- Perkinston and the late I11o Tay-iside d most of her life in Saucier lor, and Bobby Favre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Favre of Gulfport, were unit:d in marriage Thursday, September 8, at 7 o'clock in the ,ening at the Presbyterian Church in Wiggins. The Rev. Le- roy Secrest, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with I candelabra holding white tapers on I either side, centered with a basket I of white gladioli. White satin bows marked the family pews. A program of nuptial selections was presented by Miss Carol New- ton, organist and accompanied Mrs. George Budd, the soloist, inging, Because. and The Lord's Prayer, as the benediction. Miss Newton played the wedding marches for the processional and recessional. Escorted o the altar by lmr un- cle, Mr. William W. Taylor, who gave her in marriage, the bride was gowned in a sapphire blue silk organza over taffeta sheath dress with a silk organza bolero. She wore sapphire blue satin shoes land a small fitted hat of white Imaline with velvet petals, ca- [crusted with pearls and carried a I white Bible topped with a cascade of white carnations centered with a white orchid. Miss Sandra McHenry of Per- kinston, was maid of honor to the bride, wearing a rtLst silk shantung The body was taken from the Friendly Funeral Home it] Pas- cagoula for waking Friday night at her home in Saucier. The Rev. I. M. Baker officates} at funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ramsey Clmpe] Methodist Church in Saucier. Interment was in the Ramsey Cemetery. Survivors include her husband Florence Ramsey; four daughters, Mrs. Artimes Carter of Biloxi. Mrs. Edna Fitzpatrick of Chicago, Ill. and Mrs. Ethel Harthorn and Mrs. ,Bertha Everett ol Guliport: two ons. Howard Ramsey of Chicago, and Norman Ramsey of Biloxi: three sisters. Mrs. Ada Brown of Wgis, Mrs. Lela McBride of Lumberton, Mrs. Daisy Miller ol Chicago; two brothers. Henry and Samuel Fairiey of Wilgina; 12 grandchildren and 21- great-grand- children. Former Resident Has Champion Cat Mrs. S. McKendry has been brel- ing and showing pedigreed Siamese show" cats for the past four year while being stationed with CWO W[eKendry at air bases on Cape Coil, Mass., and Madison, Wis. One of her cats, a Siamese Seal Point female. Double Grand sheath dress with silk organza bolero and mall rust feathered hat and carried a rust and yellow chry- santhemum corsage. Serving the groom as best man was his brother, Mr. Milton Favre of Gulf port. and his nephew, Mr. Jerone Favre of Gulf port served as groomsman. The bride's mother wore a sand pink brocade sheath dress, and a pink feathered hat and a corsage of pink chrysanthemums. The groom's mother wore a rust figured co-hostess. ,silk dress and a white carnation Mrs. Earl I:)anTy has been. a-l corsage. waxded the club's yard-Of-Tee- Following the ceremony, a re- Month for Septem_ber. I ceptiton was held in Fellowship --- O--'-GEN LOTT ]Hall, given by the ladies of the NIECE OF mtv.  ]church, honoring the young couple. KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT iT he newlyweds were assisted in receiving by their mothers and at- tendants. Mrs. Leroy Secrest greet- ed the guests. The foyer of the hail was de- corated with hanging large white wedding bells. The reception room held tall white baskets of white princess feathers and white glad- ioli. The long bridal table was cov- ered with white silk with the skirt drawn up with white .satin ribbon which rung in drapes, held sprays of ivy, overlaid with full white net. Centering the table was a large minature rose garden with a fount- Funeral services were held Sat- urday, September 10 at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Clifton Lee from popiarville Baptist Church of which she was a member. Burial was in Lee Ceme- tery in stone County at 3 p.m. She was the former Hallie Bond Lee, also a former resident of stone County and the niece of Mrs. Odgen Lott of Wiggins. Mrs. Lee was killed instantly in a car wreck Thursday afternoon near LUmberton. Champion Veja Suda Choi, two years old, has walked away with top honors against competition in I many national cat shows in the i United Stat. and at the Iner- national Exposition in Toranto, Canada this past show season. In September the annual award oI the 10 top All American cats fo: 1960 were announced. "Buda Choi" was named sixth best cat in the United States and Canada in ˘om- petition again cats of all breeds, such as Abysenion, Burnese, MarLx, Domestic Short Hair and all hair breeds. She also has the title of Best Siamese for 1960, regardless of sex and color. Mrs. McKendry, is the former Veda Varnado, daughter Mr. L. A. Varnado of Wiggins. She with her daughter Dianne and her top cats will join Mr. McKendry, who is now stationed at Eureux AFB in France for a three year tour. While there they will attend and compete in cat shows all over Europe against many internation- ally known breeders of show cats. PERRYVlLLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL The Perryville MLsionary Bap- tist Church will begin their Revival, Saturday evening, Sept. 17 at 7 o'- clock. Rev. Alvin Dicklns will conduct the services. Dinner will be served on the church grounds Sunday. Eeryone is cordially invited. GILLILAND BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Emett C. Gilliland of Gulf port announce the birth of their first child, a son. Gary Wayne, born September 6. weighing eight pounds and six ounces at the Gulf- IA)CAL STUDENTS LEAVE FOR COLLEGES sin flowing with pink water. Flank-  t  ing the garden were crystal candela Among the :=hC uny stu"bra holding white tapers. The two dents leaving f I and col-tiered white wedding cake was top- lege this week aGken;ro= Jesse ped with white ,eclding bells and Breland, Billy , Pat 4ilies of the valley. Miss Sandy David Madsen, Ronald Bona, 'Schilling and Miss Virginia Budd Mr. and Mrs. Darnell Jackson, Mr. presided over the punch bowl. MLs ,and Mrs. Keble Luter, MSU; Joy Newton and Miss Kathy Budd Schilling, Jill Davis, Gerald Hick- served the cake. man, James Day and Thomas But- The bride's register table at ler, Ole M; Emily Ganunage, BiN which Mrs. C. G. Odom presided, y Jack Bulkin and Tern Fowikes, was overlaid with a white linen illsaps C)llege; Miss Mike Blass, cloth and held an arrangement of port Memorial Hospital. ...... ondv Bless and white and yellow chrysanthemums Maternal grandparer|ts are Mr. SU; '_ • - H,h . ". ..... and Mrs H. J. Cobia of Toomsboro Whorten, Dominican  ann Gannet. " ' Tudi - " Brown .... l----eds left on a trip to Ga. Paternal grandlYarenLs are Mr. I" MarY Francm , Tne new y w ool. il Sch . ., - --- -n Carol -- - for travel Mrs Favre wore and Mrs. Bill G liland of Magnolia MSCW" Bunny Midmew , Fioriaa, " • ,,. Ginger Perego, wayne Ward, a dark green costume dress with Ccnmunity. "m carey, Kirby Lee Breland, black accessories and the orchid .... " Willis " - - '^roth .... r bridal corsage [GARDEN GATE CLUB TO MEET --..-re- MaC Mclnnts, -  from nc " . ._ I .........  $ at home m -rv-ax Henze, Lynette Watts, IAnda Pratt, The Pavre will be [ I The Garden Gate Club will meet bins Taylor MiSS Jackie Gulfport qd Rob " - -- Bates - • of town guests were Mrs. McHenry, MSC; Mary .u "' _ u.',[.ter sister of the groom,] Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 3 o'clock in LeWIS wtur, , ' ' Porrest County AHS. Kirby Lee Breland, Audrey Mac Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Favre and the home of the lresident, Mrs. Er- McL_nnis, Dorothy Hense, Lynette Watts, IAnda Pratt, Ed Robbins Taylor, Miss Jackie McHenry, MSC; ,Mary Lou Bates, Forrest CoUnty children, Janet and Karen, all ot Gulf port. Shower Mrs. Alvin Favre and Mrs. Lewis Webster of Gulf port were hostess- es to a miscellaneous bridal show- er on Monday evening, August 29 at Westside Community House in Gulfport, honoring Miss France. Lamara Taylor, bride-elect of Bobby Favre. The honoree wore a yellow linen sheath dress with white accessor- nest Ytger, with Mrs. R. L. Dan- cer as co-he,areas. -% Mrs. Ferris Batson, Club Reporter Mississippi had the first consol- idated school to provide courses in vocational training--Wool Market on the Coast. tied out in the decorations. The many lovely gifts presented Miss Taylor were displayed under ies. A pink carnation corsage was a white net unbrella. presented to Miss Taylor and white Bingo was enjoyed by the guests carnation corsages to her mother, the prizes won were given to the Mrs. and the groom's Punch, cake mints white were car- liars. H. H. Batson, Mr. and Jackson visited rela- and Children of New Orleans, La., the Coast SaturdaY. spent the week end with Mr. and Davis, Bey. J. A. Mrs. C. W. Holleman in McHenry. Miss Sue Waller, Mrs. T.L. Mrs. johnnsey King and child- Stmday afternoon ren of Bpoklyn spent Sunday with Honta and Mac o'- Mrs. Lamar L,'ldgle and Miss f •  Covington Sunday. Mrs. Peter W, Miss Betty (napin of Pascagoula Wl their e_lld- was a house guest o Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry Lee, Mr. last week. Peter in Mo- Gerry of Biloxi W.F. Mn Hospital News VISITING HOURS I0 to 11 aJm. -- 3 to 4 p,m, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.;n The following patlent˘ t.ave beex) admitted to the Stone County H. 1 tal: Danny Lawson, Wiggins, at. 2 Mrs. Nettle Lyons, Perkinston Jerry Love, Perkinston Junior College Mrs. Maranda Broadus, Perkins- ton Mrs. Audrey Itennis. Wiggins Mrs. Mazie Alexander, Perkinston Mrs. Lou Parker, Wiggins Henry Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Fleeda Slocum, Foxworth Mrs. Joyce Parker, McHenry Mrs. Latami Burke. Maxie Mrs. Janet Pettish. Perkinston MLs Jean Redmond, Saucier Mrs. Geneva Whittington, Per- kinston Howard G. Redmond, Perkinston Mrs. Vivian Warren, Perkinston Mrs. Allie Reece Wiggins C. C. Morris Wiggins Kieth Davis. Lumberton Mrs. Willie B. Bond. Perkinston Arthur Boutin. Saucier Mrs. Vlvian Lynch, Perkinston Searcy Tanner, Wiggs Lottie P. IAndley, Saucier Claude Davis, Wiggins Eluglas Owens, Wiggins Hirman Davis, Perkinston Mrs. Bernell Smith, Kenosha, Wis. Mrs. Inez Sellers, Maxle Colored: Annie Mac .Moore, Wiggins Lewis Buckhalter, Wiggins Joe L. Breland, Wiggins DISCIIARGED Mrs Bernell Smith, Kensosha Wis. Hiram Davis, Perkinston Mrs. Masie Alexander, Perkinstol Henry Davis, Wiggins Arthur Boutin, Saucier Mrs. Mildred Parker, Wiggins Mrs. Doyle Parker, McHenry Mrs. Isa Tulley, Lumberton hs.s Joan Redmond, Saucier C. C. Morrls. Wiggins Kieth Davis, Latmberton Mrs. Docla Smith, Perklnston M1,s. Audrey Hennis, and baby girl, wgms Mrs. Maranda Broadus, Perkins- ton Howard G. Redmond, Perkinston Mrs. Allie Reece, Wiggins Mrs. Janet Parrish, Perkinston Frank Monk, Saucier Mrs. Minnie Breland, Perklnston Jerry Love, Perkinston Junior College Danny Lawson, Wiggins Mrs. Lateral Burke, Maxle Mrs. Jeanette Reeves, Perkinston Mrs. Rebecca McQuagge, Wiggins Mrs. Neva Breland, Wiggins Mrs. Nettle Lyons, Wiggins Mrs. Rac Prevost and baby boy, Wiggins Mrs. Bertha Lenders. Wiggins C. E. Saucier, Perkinston Mrs. Ruby Broadus, Lumberton. Colored: R. T. Williams, Wiggins BIRTHS Mr. and MYs. Bennle Thomas Warre, Perkinston, Miss., a son, Brian Smith Warren, born Septem- ber 9, 1980. BEECH-DANIELS VOWS ARE EXCHANGED Virginia Elizabeth Daniels and Charles Ralph Beech exchanged their wedding vows on Thursday Evening, Sptember 1st. in the home of the bride and in the pre- sence of family and friends. Rev- erend W. W. Young of Hepzibah Baptist Church performed the cer- emony. For the occasion the bride Selected a sky blue dress with matching accessories. The groom's selection was a light grey suit. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Hettie Daniels and the late Mr. Hector Danieis of the Hepzibah Commun- ity. The groom is the son of Mrs. W. J. Catenado of Bond, Mississip- pi,  Mr. W. C. Beech of Purvis, Mississippi. Attendants were the Cochran-Hall Vows Said Here Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ardelle Hall of ;Wiggins announce the marriage of heir daughter, Patricia Ann, to Donald Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cochran of Fruitland Park. The wedding took place at 7:30 p.m. Friday September 2, at the Methodist parsonage. Bey. Van R. Landrum officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate family, before an arrangement of white gladioli. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Henze and Ralph Cochran, brother of the bridegroom• Miss Hall chose for her wedding a white brOcaded suit with white accessories. She carried a white Bi- ble topped with a purple orchid and white ribbon sreamers, The Bible was a gift from Mrs. Cochran, the groom's mother. After a wedding trip to Jackson, the couple will reside on Court Street in tttiesburg, and Mr. Cochran will be employed by the Merchants Co. PRVEPA Slogan Contest Announced The Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association ann?unces to the youth of their Service" Area a con- test designated to direct thinking toward the advantages of living with electricity. The contest is ex- plained in detail in the current is- sue of "The Rural Electric News"• Basically, it is very simple to enter. Children of Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association's mem- bers, ages 6-18, may enter. The contest is in the form of a "Slo- gan', the length of which is limited to Seven Words and must be sub- :mitted on a postal card and mailed to the main office in Columbia• Exceptiormlly nice prizes will be given and the contest is so designed to be as fair as possible and as simple as possible. Be sure to read your this month's issue of "Rural Electric News". Perchance you miss it, the contest and rules will be. listed in next month's issue, also All A,iation members' children are urged to submit entries. MRS. HESTER IIONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Luther Bates honored Mrs: ROy Heater of Brooker, Fla, With a surp Stork Shower in her home Friday morning. A doll baby buggy decorated with white net and pink ribbon with an umbrella covered with pink and white crepe paper on top, holding a baby doll with a bottle was the center of attraction with the gifts placed around it. After the gifts were opened by the honoree, coffee and cake were served from the table centered with a flower arrangement of mlnature tnk and white zennias with a miniature high chair and baby. Farmers Cautioned About Unlighted Trailors On Highway Farmers are being cautioned by the Highway Patrol about pulling unlighted cotton trailers on high- ways after dark. According to Patrol Chief Dave Oayden, traffic mishaps involving Iarm vehicles always increase with the cotton-Picking and harvest sea- son. He said patrolmen from one area of the Delta had already re- ported wide-spread towing of un- lighted cotton trailers hauling farm produce. Mississippi law requires that all vehicles not requiring special light- Ing equipment (this would include farm trailers,, wagons, ete.) carry one or more lights, is,raps or lan- terns visible under normal stinGS- bride's mother, Mrs. Hettie Daniels,, pheric :ions for not less than he bride s cousins, Mr. and Mrs. [ 500 feet. vehicle must also dis- [ Shelby Daniels, Mrs. Sharon Cox, I play a reflex reflector or red light Bonnie and Mark Cox, the groom's] visible for 300 feet to the rear. ] mother and stepfather, Mr. and[ "In the interest of public safety,| Mrs. W. J. Castanedo and the agricultural imolements using high- groom's sister, Elizabeth Beech. ways at night must be properly The coqple are making their lighted," Chief Gayden said. home in the Hepsibah Community, Lawrence County, Mississippi, and The hydraulic model of the Mls- are employed wih the Edward Hy- sissippi River, the feature attrac- man Company of Prentiss, Missis- tion of the Mississippi Waterways sippl. Experiment Station at Vicksburg, is the largest such model of its Misslssi was state It is a scaled to for model of the entire the the deaf the Riley. ˘ NUMBER 37 I Business Review Shows Local Business Gain 29 Per Cent July business activity in the Hat- ˘lesburg district registered about one per cent below the all-'Ime July high registered there a year ago, according to the current issue ,of "The Mississilpi Business Re- view," monthly publication of the Business Review." monthly pub- lication of the Business Research Station at Mississippi State uni- versity. In the state as a whole, July bus- iness barely reached the record level of a year ago, while the na- tion suffered a sligh t decline. On the basis of a comparison with the monthly average estab- lished for the three-year period, 1956-58, the district has gained 23 per cent by July 31. The city of Hattlesburg reported a gain of 25 per cent; POplarvillc, 21 per cent; and Wiggins. 29 per cent. Wiggins CAP Starting First Aid Course According to L t. J. L. Henderson, Squadron Information Officer, and Lt. Thomas W. Wood, Executive Officer. Wiggins Squadron Civil Air Patrol, the unit will start their First Aid Training September 13. Whis important cause Will be con- ducted by Patrolman W. R. Cabrey, Jr. of the 1Vflssissippi state High- way Patrol. Patrolman Cabrey has been technically trained in the field of First Aid and is highly qualified to instruct these classes. This course will require 10 to 12 hours of instruction and upon suc- cessfully completing the course, Red Cross First Aid Cards will be given to all qualified personnel. "With the proper knowledge of Firs t Aid and the application of €his ,,kn, owledge, many lives can be saved' stated Major O. B. ROSS- back, Squadron Commander. Based on the great importance of course, the Wiggins unit cordially invites the residents of Wiggins and the surrounding communities to participate with the squadron personnel in attending these class- es. There will he no charge for this instruction. The first classes will start at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night, September 15- • h. The classes will be held in the squadron administration building lOcated at Wiggins airport. Upon the completlon of the Firs t Aid course, all squadron mobile units will be equipped with First Aid Kits and ample medical sup- ])lies to do a Job whenever and wherever needed. This will be art- z)ther CAP service to the Town of Wiggins and the surrounding com- munities. MAGNOLIA COMMUNITY FAIR Magnolia Community-Fair will be held Oct. 1 at 7 a.m. ]Rntrles in tll divisions and classes are limited o the old Magnolia School area and all members. Exhibits will en- ter from 7 to 9. Judges will Judge 9-10. Books will be open to public t I0. All entries for placings tnust be exhibited in the name of right- I owners. Exhibitors must feed and care for their livestock and poultry. Ribbons will be placed on the exhibits as Judged by the Jud- ges. Exhibits will be on display un- til 2:00 p.m. Entertainment is being planned for the day. FOOTBALL WIGGINS HI TOMCATS Wigg 7, 1Feky Creek 6 Wiga4 O, Lm$ale Sept. 18--East Central, Here Sept. 23--Sumrall, There Sept. 30--D'Iberville, Homecoming Oct. "/---St. Martin, There Oct. 14--Richton, There Oct. 21Lumberton, Here Oct. 2-O. I V., There Nov. 4--Agrlcola, There. PERKINSTON JC BULLDOGfl Perkinston 7, Delta 16 Sept. l%-o-Lin, There Sept. 24--Holmes, TbBre Oct. 1--Open OCt. 8---East Mississippi, Pm'k Oct. 15--Jones, Perk Oct. 22---Northwest, There Oct. 29--Hlnd, Homecoming Nov. There Nov. 12--Pem'l River p /   / i! ¸¸¸¸¸: