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THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15,  / I Ill I II The Stone untT Iterl? :l   mal1"m, JUly S. IIOa. at the Feint CJBme - :,:"- m  tmier ACt of Denture. mhL lm -m- -..JiIMm  rudmm will  eertul recmv nd  imuflble: All such eommuntttons mu* be ev,d by IliUm, lint ilmemar'1or Imb]leatlon, but 's Imarantte of Bimd mJuld be lnclos-ff return of D-II Expenditures Of Stone County Board Of Supervisors DISTRICT FOUR L. S. Breland, 12 days bridge fore- man, less SS, 139.68; Walter Miles, 12 days operating pile driver, less J. 139.68; Gerald Preston, 11 days bridge labor, 88.00; Leroy Taylor, 12 daYs bridge labor, 96.00; Billy Jack -Clayton, 7 days bridge labor, 56.00; J. T. Hart, 4 days bridge labor, 32.- IX); Murnace Bond, 9 days bridge labor, 72.00; Vernon Patton, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Larue Lott, 3 days truck & driver, 70.00; Gary Lott, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Haines Patton, same, 96.00; W. T. Hart, 5 days bridge labor; 3 days labor, less SS, 53.35; Houston Evans, 4 days bridge labor, less SS, 31.04; Johnny Evans, 12 days bridge la- bor, 96.00; Ray Evans, 5 days bridge labor, 40.00; L. A. Williams, 6 days labor, 5 days truck & driver, less SS, 128.20; I. I Lott, 23 days op- erting patrol, less SS, 223.10; Larry ,ott, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Pete Hickman. 8 days labor, 40.00; FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF LOUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins Self Insulating Plant.--Petal, Miss. Telephone JU 4-5501 P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. QUALITY CONCRETE MASONERY Made In Mississippi By Mississippians BUILD FOR PERMANENCY 7" SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Hardware & Building Materials We Guarantee Quality Merchandise At ROCK B(HOM PRICES BUILDING CO. Announcing Our New.... BEAR TIRE & CAR SAVING SERVICE Mlsalined wheels scuff away valuable tire rubber and cause rapid parts wear, making driving unsafe. Our New Bear Front End Service can give you greater ear and tire mileage.. You'll save on gas and repairs and enjoy more driving comfort and safety. DRIVE IN TODAY FOR AN INSPECTION. Our Bear Factory Trained Operators can tell you in a jiffy whether you are wasting tires, gas or front-end parts. STAR CHEVROLET CO. Phone WA 8-4405 Wiggins DRIVE WITH SAFETY... ALINE WITH BEAR The Dishonor Roll by Jerry Marcus ".,.I01LkYI TO Hf ..  II II Ik '."Y,./"" "---.,,..._'_- . "...VJ I IkYS TO ill#.... = *1 T..a,eer Safety Servic Inattention is one of the chief causes of motor vehicle lJdl, Wroy Cobb, I0 days labor, 50.00; Trenton Supply Co., Hardware, 34.- 95; The Pure Oil Co., Grader Tube, 10.18; Nolsn Walker, 6 days labor, 30.00; P. M. LOLL, 4 days truck and driver, 90.00, R. D. Walker, 9 days labor, 43.65; Wert Evans, Truck, loader, power saw. etc., on City Bridge 196.00; Wiggins Machine Shop, Cutting & welding rods, 3.95, Ernest Yeager & Sons, Bolts & nails, 36.00; Percy C. O'Ne, Salary, less SS, Rtr., M'I, 223.51, James Tay- lor, Bridge :Decking, 194.56. DITRICT NO. FIVE Big Level Grocery, Brake fluid, etc., 28.78; Earnest O'Neal, Purchase 375 yds. gravel, 185; Joel Bond, Oper- ating road patrol, less SS, 170.23 Walter Miles, Operating loader, 78.- 81; Ewell Lott, Driving truck, 106.- "t3; Hexry Hawk, Labor, less SS, 82.- 45; Henry Alexander, Loader opera- tor, less SS, 184.30; L. S. Breld, :Bridge supervisor, less SS 81.48; M. D. Bond, Labor, less SS, 9.70; Le- roy Taylor, Labor on bridge, 36.00; Duncan J. Hatten, same, 30.00; Lewis Earl Quave, same, 18.00; Billy Jack Clayton, same, 24.00; Curtis Ray Sellers, Ibor, 13.00; Levon Breland, 3days truck & driver, 72.- DO; Alexander Bros., Parts & labor on truck, 44.61; Gulf Oil Co., Gas ($95.60); Greases and lubes (96.35) Diesel ($69.01), 259.96; Miss Road Sup. CO., Fan belt & filters, 8.70; Moore's Lion Sere. Sta., Tubes ($20.00) ; Battery C$20.95) ; Repah's ($9.60), 50.55; Stribling Bros. Math. Co., Caterpillar parts, 33.71; Wig- gins Machine Shop, Welding pile driver frame, 37.85; Leland L. Bond, Salary, less SS, Rff. & MI 223.51. State of MlSSllppl County of Stone I HoUle T. Bond, Clerk of the Chancery Court and Ex-Offico Clerk of the Board in and for said County and State, aforesaid, do hereby certify the foregoing to be true copy of the Claims allowed at the Regular Meeting of said Board, August, 1960, same appear- ing of record in Claim Docket 6, Pages 253-258, same being on file in the Clerk's Offce, Wiggins, Mlss- sippL Given under my lnd and of_ ficlal seal, this the 12th day of Au- gust, A)., 1960. (Seal) Hollle T. Bond, Clerk TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISH 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 Big Level News Mrs. Aaron Byrd nee Carolyn Dillon was honored with a miscell- aneous shower Friday night, Aug. 26 at the home of Mrs. N. B. Col- via. The living room decorations were white llllies. The honoree chair was white with a large pink ribbon bow across the back, Mrs. Byrd wore a brown and white silk dress with a pink carnation corsage, a gift from the hostess: Her mother, Mrs. Harvie Dillon wore a grecn dress with a white corsage. Mrs. Lynn Glaze led an interesting game. Advice to a bride. Mrs. Jerry Prescott won the prize which she gave to the honoree. The gifts were presented to Mrs. Byrd in a pink and white basket. Mrs. Glaze assisted in opennig the gifts. They were passed to t h e guests and then displayed. Miss Barbara Dillon, sister of Mrs. Byrd, presided over the register. The dinning room table was cov- ered with a white linen cloth cen- ,tered with the crystal punch bowl banked with fern and Rose of Mon- ctana. The hostess, M2"s. Colon Mc- Murphy and Mrs. Lynn Glaze serv- ed the pink punch. Pink and green petit fours, nuts and mints. Other hostesses were Mrs. Noble Colvin Mrs. Huston" L. Breland and Mrs. J. T. Griffin. Mrs. Billy Hatten's mother, Mrs. Nora Penrod of Central City, Ky., Jer ncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Arnold of Indianapolis, Ind., returfled to their home Wednesdtty zfter spending a few days in the Billy Hatten home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Griffin and children Connie Dale and Cathy pent last week on a vacation at Shelby Lake. " Roar White and Leslie Ross made a trip to Hattiesburg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Esco Bond and amily of Pascagoula and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wilson of San Diego, Calif. spent last Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bond and Mr. and Mrs. Her/non Bond and family and attended the revival services at Paramount Baptist Church. Those from here who will enter Perkinston Junior College Tuesday are Roger White, Melrose Bond, Nancy White, Ned Edwards, Flor- e_nee Alexander, Susie Dalrimple, Wayne Bond, Billy Jack Anderson, Theresa Moore and Leslie Ross. Wayne Watts will go to Mississippi Southern, Jack Arthur Rtels and H. L. Strickland will re-enter Hines Junior College in Jackson. Sgt. Joe B. Howell of Korea and NEED MONEY $50.00 - $1500.00 Cut your monthly payments with our DEBT CONSOLIDATION LOAN Then 45 Days before your first payment is due. HONOR LOAN BROKERS, Inc. 403 South Main Street Hatfiesburg, Mis& Telephone JU 3.3558 CALL - WRITE - OR COME IN Locally owned and operated NEED MONEY I Mrs. Howell of Washington arrived here Friday "rht o visit their mother, Mrs. R. . Howell and family. Sgt. Howell l]h a fourteen day leave. Mrs. Gary Stringer and baby Patsy of Hattiesburg spen Dart of last week here with her rand mother, Mrs. R. B. Howell and family and visitexi her father. Jack Howell and family at Biloxi. Mrs. Sara Griffin returned home Saturday after spending t h r e e weeks with relatives at Vicksburg and Port Gibson. Mrs. B. A. Strickland and daugh- ter Bulah of Gulf port spent Sunday here with Mr. and irs. D. R. Hail ad Mrs. Arie Cooker and Mrs. Ella Polk. Mr. and Mrs. James Kenard o[ Chattanooga, Tenn. spent Thurs- day with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hatten. John Bullard of Langley A.F.B, Va. is spending his leave here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. BuN lard. Mr. and Mrs. Ohm'lea Willia,ns and Julia Marie of Pascagoula spent the Labor Day week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams and family and MY. and Mrs. Burr !! Coehran of Deep Creek Community. Asihma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis Responds Well Under Chiropractic Care DR. C. A. ENGLE CH IROPRACTOR WIGGINS Next To O'Neal's Gift Center Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy White of Gulfpor were here during the La- bor Day week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White and family. Mr. and Ms. Bob Bates and children and Mrs. Edna Clay of Pascagoula spent the week end hol- idays with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hat- en and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howell and daughters Marie and Betty Peyre- ene and son James of Pascagoula spent Monday with Mrs. R. B. How- 11 and family. Mrs. Maud Wallace and Miss Elizabeth Archie of Gulfport are visiting Mrs. Wallace's daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Hallew'ay in Louis- ville, Ky. Mike Hatten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hatten, celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary Sunday after- noon with a party at the home el :his graxtdparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smalley. Twelve little friends OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop joined him in the celebratio ! birthday cake, ice cream, and salted nuts were served. Baloons and bubble gum given as favors. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert and daughter of PurvLs spent day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. let and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. spent Sunday in New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy and children of Chipley, Fla. relatives here during the Day week end. Mr. and Mrs. ley have a new son, Jimmy Jr. Jack Riles visited Seminary Saturday. PIANOS Priced To Fit Your Terms You Can To Pay AN INFORMED America is a strong America. That's why Mr. Plenti Power, your rural electric partner, likes to talk the ABC's of REA and of your Pearl River Electric Power Association. Your Pearl River EPA is Democ- racy in Action, and here's why: l. HOME MANAGED: Your directors are elected by ballot. Each member has one vote. 2. HOME OWNED: Pearl River EPA is owned 100 per cent by the people it serves. 3. LOCAL CONTROL: Your Pearl River Electric Power is owned by Mississippians and not by out-of-state financiers. 'that that the best interests of Mississippi are always uppermost in you: ation's business activities and that Mississippi-earned dollars remain in sissippi--where they belong. 4. FREE ENTERPRISE: America's cherished ideals Of free eaton., are typified by Public Power systems such as your Pearl River. Power Association. Pearl River was organized by Mluippl farma bring electricity to their farms. Capital was furnished by tho REA a! being repaid with interest in the same manner that private corpotatior row money from the RFC. Nothing complicated about that, is there? That's why Mr. PlenU your rural electric partner, likes to explain the ABC's of REA mad d Pearl River Electric Power Association. ... PUBLIC POWER IS THE HEART OF RURAL PROGRESS... ... PLENTI POWER WORKS FOR YOU... ... PLANT AND PROSPER WITH PUBLIC POWER... .,. PLEN POWER LIGHTENS THE LOAD .... PEARL RIVER VALLEY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION "Home Owned, Home Managed" COLUMBIA MISS. THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15,  / I Ill I II The Stone untT Iterl? :l   mal1"m, JUly S. IIOa. at the Feint CJBme - :,:"- m  tmier ACt of Denture. mhL lm -m- -..JiIMm  rudmm will  eertul recmv nd  imuflble: All such eommuntttons mu* be ev,d by IliUm, lint ilmemar'1or Imb]leatlon, but 's Imarantte of Bimd mJuld be lnclos-ff return of D-II Expenditures Of Stone County Board Of Supervisors DISTRICT FOUR L. S. Breland, 12 days bridge fore- man, less SS, 139.68; Walter Miles, 12 days operating pile driver, less J. 139.68; Gerald Preston, 11 days bridge labor, 88.00; Leroy Taylor, 12 daYs bridge labor, 96.00; Billy Jack -Clayton, 7 days bridge labor, 56.00; J. T. Hart, 4 days bridge labor, 32.- IX); Murnace Bond, 9 days bridge labor, 72.00; Vernon Patton, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Larue Lott, 3 days truck & driver, 70.00; Gary Lott, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Haines Patton, same, 96.00; W. T. Hart, 5 days bridge labor; 3 days labor, less SS, 53.35; Houston Evans, 4 days bridge labor, less SS, 31.04; Johnny Evans, 12 days bridge la- bor, 96.00; Ray Evans, 5 days bridge labor, 40.00; L. A. Williams, 6 days labor, 5 days truck & driver, less SS, 128.20; I. I Lott, 23 days op- erting patrol, less SS, 223.10; Larry ,ott, 12 days bridge labor, 96.00; Pete Hickman. 8 days labor, 40.00; FULL TIME SHEET METAL WORK and INSTALLATION OF LOUVERS * EVE STRIPPING TERMITE SHIELDS ALUMINUM SCREENS, Custom Made VENTING ALL TYPES OF HEATERS & FANS A. D. HART HART'S SHEET METAL WORKS Phone WA 8-4483 Pine Street Wiggins Self Insulating Plant.--Petal, Miss. Telephone JU 4-5501 P. O. Box 245 Hattiesburg, Miss. QUALITY CONCRETE MASONERY Made In Mississippi By Mississippians BUILD FOR PERMANENCY 7" SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Hardware & Building Materials We Guarantee Quality Merchandise At ROCK B(HOM PRICES BUILDING CO. Announcing Our New.... BEAR TIRE & CAR SAVING SERVICE Mlsalined wheels scuff away valuable tire rubber and cause rapid parts wear, making driving unsafe. Our New Bear Front End Service can give you greater ear and tire mileage.. You'll save on gas and repairs and enjoy more driving comfort and safety. DRIVE IN TODAY FOR AN INSPECTION. Our Bear Factory Trained Operators can tell you in a jiffy whether you are wasting tires, gas or front-end parts. STAR CHEVROLET CO. Phone WA 8-4405 Wiggins DRIVE WITH SAFETY... ALINE WITH BEAR The Dishonor Roll by Jerry Marcus ".,.I01LkYI TO Hf ..  II II Ik '."Y,./"" "---.,,..._'_- . "...VJ I IkYS TO ill#.... = *1 T..a,eer Safety Servic Inattention is one of the chief causes of motor vehicle lJdl, Wroy Cobb, I0 days labor, 50.00; Trenton Supply Co., Hardware, 34.- 95; The Pure Oil Co., Grader Tube, 10.18; Nolsn Walker, 6 days labor, 30.00; P. M. LOLL, 4 days truck and driver, 90.00, R. D. Walker, 9 days labor, 43.65; Wert Evans, Truck, loader, power saw. etc., on City Bridge 196.00; Wiggins Machine Shop, Cutting & welding rods, 3.95, Ernest Yeager & Sons, Bolts & nails, 36.00; Percy C. O'Ne, Salary, less SS, Rtr., M'I, 223.51, James Tay- lor, Bridge :Decking, 194.56. DITRICT NO. FIVE Big Level Grocery, Brake fluid, etc., 28.78; Earnest O'Neal, Purchase 375 yds. gravel, 185; Joel Bond, Oper- ating road patrol, less SS, 170.23 Walter Miles, Operating loader, 78.- 81; Ewell Lott, Driving truck, 106.- "t3; Hexry Hawk, Labor, less SS, 82.- 45; Henry Alexander, Loader opera- tor, less SS, 184.30; L. S. Breld, :Bridge supervisor, less SS 81.48; M. D. Bond, Labor, less SS, 9.70; Le- roy Taylor, Labor on bridge, 36.00; Duncan J. Hatten, same, 30.00; Lewis Earl Quave, same, 18.00; Billy Jack Clayton, same, 24.00; Curtis Ray Sellers, Ibor, 13.00; Levon Breland, 3days truck & driver, 72.- DO; Alexander Bros., Parts & labor on truck, 44.61; Gulf Oil Co., Gas ($95.60); Greases and lubes (96.35) Diesel ($69.01), 259.96; Miss Road Sup. CO., Fan belt & filters, 8.70; Moore's Lion Sere. Sta., Tubes ($20.00) ; Battery C$20.95) ; Repah's ($9.60), 50.55; Stribling Bros. Math. Co., Caterpillar parts, 33.71; Wig- gins Machine Shop, Welding pile driver frame, 37.85; Leland L. Bond, Salary, less SS, Rff. & MI 223.51. State of MlSSllppl County of Stone I HoUle T. Bond, Clerk of the Chancery Court and Ex-Offico Clerk of the Board in and for said County and State, aforesaid, do hereby certify the foregoing to be true copy of the Claims allowed at the Regular Meeting of said Board, August, 1960, same appear- ing of record in Claim Docket 6, Pages 253-258, same being on file in the Clerk's Offce, Wiggins, Mlss- sippL Given under my lnd and of_ ficlal seal, this the 12th day of Au- gust, A)., 1960. (Seal) Hollle T. Bond, Clerk TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISH 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 Big Level News Mrs. Aaron Byrd nee Carolyn Dillon was honored with a miscell- aneous shower Friday night, Aug. 26 at the home of Mrs. N. B. Col- via. The living room decorations were white llllies. The honoree chair was white with a large pink ribbon bow across the back, Mrs. Byrd wore a brown and white silk dress with a pink carnation corsage, a gift from the hostess: Her mother, Mrs. Harvie Dillon wore a grecn dress with a white corsage. Mrs. Lynn Glaze led an interesting game. Advice to a bride. Mrs. Jerry Prescott won the prize which she gave to the honoree. The gifts were presented to Mrs. Byrd in a pink and white basket. Mrs. Glaze assisted in opennig the gifts. They were passed to t h e guests and then displayed. Miss Barbara Dillon, sister of Mrs. Byrd, presided over the register. The dinning room table was cov- ered with a white linen cloth cen- ,tered with the crystal punch bowl banked with fern and Rose of Mon- ctana. The hostess, M2"s. Colon Mc- Murphy and Mrs. Lynn Glaze serv- ed the pink punch. Pink and green petit fours, nuts and mints. Other hostesses were Mrs. Noble Colvin Mrs. Huston" L. Breland and Mrs. J. T. Griffin. Mrs. Billy Hatten's mother, Mrs. Nora Penrod of Central City, Ky., Jer ncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Arnold of Indianapolis, Ind., returfled to their home Wednesdtty zfter spending a few days in the Billy Hatten home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Griffin and children Connie Dale and Cathy pent last week on a vacation at Shelby Lake. " Roar White and Leslie Ross made a trip to Hattiesburg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Esco Bond and amily of Pascagoula and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wilson of San Diego, Calif. spent last Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bond and Mr. and Mrs. Her/non Bond and family and attended the revival services at Paramount Baptist Church. Those from here who will enter Perkinston Junior College Tuesday are Roger White, Melrose Bond, Nancy White, Ned Edwards, Flor- e_nee Alexander, Susie Dalrimple, Wayne Bond, Billy Jack Anderson, Theresa Moore and Leslie Ross. Wayne Watts will go to Mississippi Southern, Jack Arthur Rtels and H. L. Strickland will re-enter Hines Junior College in Jackson. Sgt. Joe B. Howell of Korea and NEED MONEY $50.00 - $1500.00 Cut your monthly payments with our DEBT CONSOLIDATION LOAN Then 45 Days before your first payment is due. HONOR LOAN BROKERS, Inc. 403 South Main Street Hatfiesburg, Mis& Telephone JU 3.3558 CALL - WRITE - OR COME IN Locally owned and operated NEED MONEY I Mrs. Howell of Washington arrived here Friday "rht o visit their mother, Mrs. R. . Howell and family. Sgt. Howell l]h a fourteen day leave. Mrs. Gary Stringer and baby Patsy of Hattiesburg spen Dart of last week here with her rand mother, Mrs. R. B. Howell and family and visitexi her father. Jack Howell and family at Biloxi. Mrs. Sara Griffin returned home Saturday after spending t h r e e weeks with relatives at Vicksburg and Port Gibson. Mrs. B. A. Strickland and daugh- ter Bulah of Gulf port spent Sunday here with Mr. and irs. D. R. Hail ad Mrs. Arie Cooker and Mrs. Ella Polk. Mr. and Mrs. James Kenard o[ Chattanooga, Tenn. spent Thurs- day with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hatten. John Bullard of Langley A.F.B, Va. is spending his leave here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. BuN lard. Mr. and Mrs. Ohm'lea Willia,ns and Julia Marie of Pascagoula spent the Labor Day week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams and family and MY. and Mrs. Burr !! Coehran of Deep Creek Community. Asihma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis Responds Well Under Chiropractic Care DR. C. A. ENGLE CH IROPRACTOR WIGGINS Next To O'Neal's Gift Center Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy White of Gulfpor were here during the La- bor Day week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White and family. Mr. and Ms. Bob Bates and children and Mrs. Edna Clay of Pascagoula spent the week end hol- idays with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hat- en and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howell and daughters Marie and Betty Peyre- ene and son James of Pascagoula spent Monday with Mrs. R. B. How- 11 and family. Mrs. Maud Wallace and Miss Elizabeth Archie of Gulfport are visiting Mrs. Wallace's daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Hallew'ay in Louis- ville, Ky. Mike Hatten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hatten, celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary Sunday after- noon with a party at the home el :his graxtdparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smalley. Twelve little friends OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop joined him in the celebratio ! birthday cake, ice cream, and salted nuts were served. Baloons and bubble gum given as favors. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert and daughter of PurvLs spent day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. let and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. spent Sunday in New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy and children of Chipley, Fla. relatives here during the Day week end. Mr. and Mrs. ley have a new son, Jimmy Jr. Jack Riles visited Seminary Saturday. PIANOS Priced To Fit Your Terms You Can To Pay AN INFORMED America is a strong America. That's why Mr. Plenti Power, your rural electric partner, likes to talk the ABC's of REA and of your Pearl River Electric Power Association. Your Pearl River EPA is Democ- racy in Action, and here's why: l. HOME MANAGED: Your directors are elected by ballot. Each member has one vote. 2. HOME OWNED: Pearl River EPA is owned 100 per cent by the people it serves. 3. LOCAL CONTROL: Your Pearl River Electric Power is owned by Mississippians and not by out-of-state financiers. 'that that the best interests of Mississippi are always uppermost in you: ation's business activities and that Mississippi-earned dollars remain in sissippi--where they belong. 4. FREE ENTERPRISE: America's cherished ideals Of free eaton., are typified by Public Power systems such as your Pearl River. Power Association. Pearl River was organized by Mluippl farma bring electricity to their farms. Capital was furnished by tho REA a! being repaid with interest in the same manner that private corpotatior row money from the RFC. Nothing complicated about that, is there? That's why Mr. PlenU your rural electric partner, likes to explain the ABC's of REA mad d Pearl River Electric Power Association. ... PUBLIC POWER IS THE HEART OF RURAL PROGRESS... ... PLENTI POWER WORKS FOR YOU... ... PLANT AND PROSPER WITH PUBLIC POWER... .,. PLEN POWER LIGHTENS THE LOAD .... PEARL RIVER VALLEY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION "Home Owned, Home Managed" COLUMBIA MISS.