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STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September WOODLAWN PARK GROUP IN MEETING AT FRIENDSHIP FARM Members of the Woodlawn Park Association gathered at the home of Mrs. Fred Stapp Monday after- noon, September 5 for the first meeting of the fall season after a two months vacation, While Mrs. John Mustln and Mrs. Bertha WaN er were the September hostesses, Mrs. Stapp kindly offered her home for the occasion. Rose of Ivontana was used ,in the living room which needs little floral decorations because of its many oriental treasures. After the sixteen members had arrived, the hostesses and Mrs. Stlpp assisted by Mrs. W. A. Neely, served vanilla ice cream with strawberry sauce and pound cake. Mrs. W. F. Btraub. the president called the 'business meeting to or- der. Mrs. Mustin gave the devo- tional and later Mrs. James Scott, the secretary, gave her report as well as that of Mrs. C. E. Jones, She treasurer, whose absence as that of several others was occasion- eel by the serving on the town election at the city hall. The Association is most grateful for donations to the treasury from Mrs. J. W. McGregor and Mrs. D. H. Puckins. Mrs. Morris Scott was a guest and decided to became a member. Old business was settled and a friendship card signed by the members was sent to Mrs. Richard Dancer,  a loyal member who has been undergoing a hOSpi- tal experience. The meetihg ado[earned until I l wE HAVES00RW, l I WIGGINS [ Every Friday Since 1914 I I ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR" GOLDEN RULE ! BARGAIN HOUSE Hattiesburg, Miss. [ I SlO Main St. Phone JU 3-8'J FURNITURE J I I - _. " I the first Monday in October when the hostesses will be Mrs. J. N. Scott, Mrs. James Scott. Mrs. Eewey Taylor and Mrs. lorris Scott. Place of meeting to be an- notmced later.--Repor ted. MAGNOLIA 4-H CLUB NEWS The Magnolia 4-H Club had its monthly meeting September 9, 1960 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called o order by Jeanne Walker. Vice 2resident. The devotional was giv- en by Mrs. John Walker. New officers elected for this year. President--Rena Mac Walker; Vice -President-- Kenny Smith; Scc- .remry and Treasurer--Jeanne Wal- ker; Reporter--Jeantie Walker. The tractor program for t h e Magnolia Fair was discussed and outlined by Mr. Mason. The tractor program will consist of four seper- ate contests. One for each of the following, Adult women, Adult men, Girls 7-21 years old and boys 7-21 years old. The winners in each con- test will compete against each oth- er to have the grand champion of the fair. Each person in the com- munity is encouraged to take part in this event at 1 p.m., October 1st. The next meeting will be Octo- ber 7th, at 7:30 p.m. We would like 'to invite each bey and girl in the community to be present. KIWANIS DISTRICT CONVENTION The 42nd annual cqnvention of 'the Louistana-Mississippi-W e s t 'tennessee Kiwanis District will be held in Jackson, Mississippi, at the King Edward Hotel on September 25, 26, 27, Around 1200 Kiwan- ians and their ladies are expected to attend. An outstanding program includes nationally known speaker and news commentator, Paul Har- vey; the Honorable John C. Sten- nis. Senator from Mississippi; and Maria Tarczanin, successful young .student at Perkinston Junior Col- lege who at the age of five escaped from the Russian Ukraine with her family, L. Arnold Pyle, prominent Judge in Jackson, Mississippi, will term- inate his year as Governor of the Kiwanis District at this convention. The convention theme is "Freedom Is Up To You." CoIIege Park Auditorium in Jack- son is believed to be the largest civic center in the U. S. for Negroes. 1/J I 2 II NOTICE OF BOND SALE $80,000.00 WATER WORKS IMPROVEMENT BONDs TOWN OF WIGGINS, MIssISsIPPI Sealed ,proposals will be received by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins, Miss- issippi, at the Town Hall in said Town, until the hour of 7:30 P. /vI., on Tuesday, October 4, 1966, a which time said bids will be publicly opened for the purchase, at not less than par and accrued interest, of the above bonds of said Town. The said bonds are to bear date of October I. 1960, are to be of the denomination of $I.000 each, and shall bear interest at a rate or rates to be determined pursuant to sale of said bonds, payable semi- annually on April 1 and October 1 in each year. Both i)rincipal of and interest on said bonds shall be pay- able at a place to be designated by the purchaser, subject to approval by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men. and said bonds shall maure serially on April 1, in each of the years as follows: Year Bond Nos. Amt. 1961 I- 6 6,O00 1962 7-12 6,600 1963 13-18 6,000 1964 19-24 6.000 1965 25-30 6.000 1966 31-36 6.O00 1967 37-42 6,000 1968 43-48 6,000 196@ ", 49-54 6,000 1970 55-60 6,000 1971 61-66 6,000 1972 67-72 6,000 1973 73-76 4,000 1974 77-60 4,000 The right is reserved unto said town, at its option, to call in. pay, and redeem said bonds maturing in he year 1964, and thereafter, in the inverse order of their nmnbers, on pril 1, 1963. or on say interest payment date thereafter prior SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI CUNTY OF STONE Whereas, on September 22nd, 1956, Frank Rhodes and wife Luc- IHe Rhodes, executed their Deed of Trust to the original Trustee in the Deed of Trust, Recorded in Book 17, page 562, of the Land Deed of Trust Record of Stone County. Whereas, default having been made in the payment thereof, and I having been Substituted by the ARE YOU BUILDING? beneficiary in the place and stead of the original Trustee by an m Let me assist you in Permanent Construction or Repairs . . " ' . . . !. " s T te strumen spreaAa at large on me We carry a complete line of Penta or Creosoted Pres ure tea d post and small poles, margin, of said Deed of TrBst, and I hawng been called upon by the We Will Pressure Treat Your Building Materials Against ....... _ ._ ,.._, , .. Ienehclary to ioreclose me same. " E Therefore, I will on October 7th, FENCING CONTRACTED BY THE MIL I  960 at the front door of the Court- Phone or Write  houe, within legal hours sell to SOUTHERN PINE POST CO. the highest bldder for cash, the 12[. E BOND, Owner land described: hon ss P O Box ll Lots 7 8 and 9 In Block 2 of P WAlnut 8-4604 Wiggins, Mi . . . , , " ,. the Sunshine Second Addition .......  ,------ to the Town of Wiggins, toge- J ther with improvements. WIDDLr LJwqUfll q[.]l[.l , , , I witness my signature on this the m CALL FLURRY day of September. 1960. S15/22/29/O6 O. E. Lott, Substituted Trustee. Stov Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and I Termites. ] FLURRY EXTERMINATING CO. ] PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 WIGGINS [ a "-_-" t m. t a=l  [I I IA I   " installs as ONE.UNIT ...only 45" wall height BOTH OVENS I I 'o maturity, at par and ac- crued interest. Written, notice of the call for redemption of any of Said bonds shall be given to the pay- ing ageaat designed therefor no: 'less than thirty (30) (lays prior to the date el for the redemp- tion thereof. Int(.rest slmll cease on any bonds so called for redc'mp- tion from and after ttle date ihll.-' sc for the redemption tlcreof, pro- vided that funds be then available or that purpose. Bidders are requested to designate in their bids the price they wilI pay for bonds bearing interest at a rate or rates likewise to be de- ,signated in their bids: rovided. however, that all bonds of th(" same maturity shall bear imeret at the, same rate. It is the intention of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen to decide [hich of the bids snbmitted is the laighset on the basis of the tot:i! ].interest cost mer the life of Hie issue, le the premium, if any. l specified in the bid. Proposals should be addressed to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and shall be plainly nlarked "'Pro- posal for Bonds" and should b: filed with the Town Clerk on or prior to the date and hour herein- above named. Each bid must be accompanied by a casher's check, cerlificie check, or exclmngc, issued or ccrii/ied by a bank located in the State (u Mississippi, payable to the Town of Wgigins. Mississippi, in the a- mount of One Thousand Six Hund- red Dollars $1.600.00). as a gust- I I GLO D, RIvE-IN E[][-W&Y 45. NORTB First Show Starts 7:15 Friday & Saturday Dick Borgarde. in The Wind Cannot Read In Technicolor PLUS CARTOON i gllt00Ul00 ' theatre  5PW  II I I II antee that the bidler will carry ou the date of the sale of said bonds. his conrac'_ and purchase the at a place to be designated by the bonds pursuan' is bid be ac- purchaser and without cost to the the cepted. f " sthceful bidder purchaser. fails to purchase the Lmads pursu- aat to his bid and contract, the a- moula of purchase tile bonds ptlr- suant to his bid and contract, the amount of such good faith check shall be retained by the Mayo: and Board of Aldermen and cov- ered into the general hinds of the Town ot Wiggins as liquidated dam- ages for such failure. I The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to r(,ject, any or all bids submitted. These bonds are oflered subject to the unqualified a'pproval of the k,ality the State Bond Attorney and by the law firm of Charles and Tr,uernkht of St I,ouis. Missouri. The Town iil pay the legal fees and will pay for the printing of the bonds and the validation of the bonds. Delivery will be made to the purchaser within slav," days after By order of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town gins, Mississippi, this 13th September, 1960. Venice Strohm, S15, 22/29 Lumber For Sa We have plenty of Western Fir 2x4 on hand, all lengths. NEELY LUMBER Box 39 - Bond, Clover Farm's own Top Quality Azalea Sliced BACON Ilaas Davis Hickory Smoked SAUSAGE ............ lb. Haas Davis Fully Cooked. Wrapped Picnic HAM ........ Nabio Honey GRAHAMS 39c .......... lb. 29c 1 lb. 35 c ii i im End Cut Clover Fam---7-o Macaroni or 3 for Clover Farm or Showboat Pork & Beans 3 for ........ Sugary Sam Cut--No. 2 Sweet ""'"'"7" PORK CHOPS .... 'b. 39,' 3forvan cam---No. .......... ; {;enter Cut HOMINY PORKFisher CHOPS .... lb. 5 3_ ZChe, PLUS CARTOON  Boy8-oz. Pkg. -Boy r-Dee-A C . Spaghetti & Sunday, Monday, Tuesday FISH STICKS ........... 19 40-oz. can .... Tenn. Brand Speckle---10-oz. d PUREX BUT. BEANS 2 for ___ , Welch's--6-oz. Can PUREX GRAPE JUICE 2 for_ 1-gal .... PICTURE -- PLUS CARTOON Wednesday & Thursday PLUS CARTOON -- Quart .......... 35c 10-lb. bag ...... 89c 25-1b. bag .... U.S. No. 1 Round White Potatoes 10 LBS- Nu-Crop Red Delicious APPLES, 4-lb. Bag __ Yellow ONIONS, lb. 49c Juicy Delicious-California" ORANGES, doz. .... 5 c RUTABAGAS, lb. C 16& STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September WOODLAWN PARK GROUP IN MEETING AT FRIENDSHIP FARM Members of the Woodlawn Park Association gathered at the home of Mrs. Fred Stapp Monday after- noon, September 5 for the first meeting of the fall season after a two months vacation, While Mrs. John Mustln and Mrs. Bertha WaN er were the September hostesses, Mrs. Stapp kindly offered her home for the occasion. Rose of Ivontana was used ,in the living room which needs little floral decorations because of its many oriental treasures. After the sixteen members had arrived, the hostesses and Mrs. Stlpp assisted by Mrs. W. A. Neely, served vanilla ice cream with strawberry sauce and pound cake. Mrs. W. F. Btraub. the president called the 'business meeting to or- der. Mrs. Mustin gave the devo- tional and later Mrs. James Scott, the secretary, gave her report as well as that of Mrs. C. E. Jones, She treasurer, whose absence as that of several others was occasion- eel by the serving on the town election at the city hall. The Association is most grateful for donations to the treasury from Mrs. J. W. McGregor and Mrs. D. H. Puckins. Mrs. Morris Scott was a guest and decided to became a member. Old business was settled and a friendship card signed by the members was sent to Mrs. Richard Dancer,  a loyal member who has been undergoing a hOSpi- tal experience. The meetihg ado[earned until I l wE HAVES00RW, l I WIGGINS [ Every Friday Since 1914 I I ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR" GOLDEN RULE ! BARGAIN HOUSE Hattiesburg, Miss. [ I SlO Main St. Phone JU 3-8'J FURNITURE J I I - _. " I the first Monday in October when the hostesses will be Mrs. J. N. Scott, Mrs. James Scott. Mrs. Eewey Taylor and Mrs. lorris Scott. Place of meeting to be an- notmced later.--Repor ted. MAGNOLIA 4-H CLUB NEWS The Magnolia 4-H Club had its monthly meeting September 9, 1960 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called o order by Jeanne Walker. Vice 2resident. The devotional was giv- en by Mrs. John Walker. New officers elected for this year. President--Rena Mac Walker; Vice -President-- Kenny Smith; Scc- .remry and Treasurer--Jeanne Wal- ker; Reporter--Jeantie Walker. The tractor program for t h e Magnolia Fair was discussed and outlined by Mr. Mason. The tractor program will consist of four seper- ate contests. One for each of the following, Adult women, Adult men, Girls 7-21 years old and boys 7-21 years old. The winners in each con- test will compete against each oth- er to have the grand champion of the fair. Each person in the com- munity is encouraged to take part in this event at 1 p.m., October 1st. The next meeting will be Octo- ber 7th, at 7:30 p.m. We would like 'to invite each bey and girl in the community to be present. KIWANIS DISTRICT CONVENTION The 42nd annual cqnvention of 'the Louistana-Mississippi-W e s t 'tennessee Kiwanis District will be held in Jackson, Mississippi, at the King Edward Hotel on September 25, 26, 27, Around 1200 Kiwan- ians and their ladies are expected to attend. An outstanding program includes nationally known speaker and news commentator, Paul Har- vey; the Honorable John C. Sten- nis. Senator from Mississippi; and Maria Tarczanin, successful young .student at Perkinston Junior Col- lege who at the age of five escaped from the Russian Ukraine with her family, L. Arnold Pyle, prominent Judge in Jackson, Mississippi, will term- inate his year as Governor of the Kiwanis District at this convention. The convention theme is "Freedom Is Up To You." CoIIege Park Auditorium in Jack- son is believed to be the largest civic center in the U. S. for Negroes. 1/J I 2 II NOTICE OF BOND SALE $80,000.00 WATER WORKS IMPROVEMENT BONDs TOWN OF WIGGINS, MIssISsIPPI Sealed ,proposals will be received by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins, Miss- issippi, at the Town Hall in said Town, until the hour of 7:30 P. /vI., on Tuesday, October 4, 1966, a which time said bids will be publicly opened for the purchase, at not less than par and accrued interest, of the above bonds of said Town. The said bonds are to bear date of October I. 1960, are to be of the denomination of $I.000 each, and shall bear interest at a rate or rates to be determined pursuant to sale of said bonds, payable semi- annually on April 1 and October 1 in each year. Both i)rincipal of and interest on said bonds shall be pay- able at a place to be designated by the purchaser, subject to approval by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men. and said bonds shall maure serially on April 1, in each of the years as follows: Year Bond Nos. Amt. 1961 I- 6 6,O00 1962 7-12 6,600 1963 13-18 6,000 1964 19-24 6.000 1965 25-30 6.000 1966 31-36 6.O00 1967 37-42 6,000 1968 43-48 6,000 196@ ", 49-54 6,000 1970 55-60 6,000 1971 61-66 6,000 1972 67-72 6,000 1973 73-76 4,000 1974 77-60 4,000 The right is reserved unto said town, at its option, to call in. pay, and redeem said bonds maturing in he year 1964, and thereafter, in the inverse order of their nmnbers, on pril 1, 1963. or on say interest payment date thereafter prior SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI CUNTY OF STONE Whereas, on September 22nd, 1956, Frank Rhodes and wife Luc- IHe Rhodes, executed their Deed of Trust to the original Trustee in the Deed of Trust, Recorded in Book 17, page 562, of the Land Deed of Trust Record of Stone County. Whereas, default having been made in the payment thereof, and I having been Substituted by the ARE YOU BUILDING? beneficiary in the place and stead of the original Trustee by an m Let me assist you in Permanent Construction or Repairs . . " ' . . . !. " s T te strumen spreaAa at large on me We carry a complete line of Penta or Creosoted Pres ure tea d post and small poles, margin, of said Deed of TrBst, and I hawng been called upon by the We Will Pressure Treat Your Building Materials Against ....... _ ._ ,.._, , .. Ienehclary to ioreclose me same. " E Therefore, I will on October 7th, FENCING CONTRACTED BY THE MIL I  960 at the front door of the Court- Phone or Write  houe, within legal hours sell to SOUTHERN PINE POST CO. the highest bldder for cash, the 12[. E BOND, Owner land described: hon ss P O Box ll Lots 7 8 and 9 In Block 2 of P WAlnut 8-4604 Wiggins, Mi . . . , , " ,. the Sunshine Second Addition .......  ,------ to the Town of Wiggins, toge- J ther with improvements. WIDDLr LJwqUfll q[.]l[.l , , , I witness my signature on this the m CALL FLURRY day of September. 1960. S15/22/29/O6 O. E. Lott, Substituted Trustee. Stov Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and I Termites. ] FLURRY EXTERMINATING CO. ] PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 WIGGINS [ a "-_-" t m. t a=l  [I I IA I   " installs as ONE.UNIT ...only 45" wall height BOTH OVENS I I 'o maturity, at par and ac- crued interest. Written, notice of the call for redemption of any of Said bonds shall be given to the pay- ing ageaat designed therefor no: 'less than thirty (30) (lays prior to the date el for the redemp- tion thereof. Int(.rest slmll cease on any bonds so called for redc'mp- tion from and after ttle date ihll.-' sc for the redemption tlcreof, pro- vided that funds be then available or that purpose. Bidders are requested to designate in their bids the price they wilI pay for bonds bearing interest at a rate or rates likewise to be de- ,signated in their bids: rovided. however, that all bonds of th(" same maturity shall bear imeret at the, same rate. It is the intention of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen to decide [hich of the bids snbmitted is the laighset on the basis of the tot:i! ].interest cost mer the life of Hie issue, le the premium, if any. l specified in the bid. Proposals should be addressed to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and shall be plainly nlarked "'Pro- posal for Bonds" and should b: filed with the Town Clerk on or prior to the date and hour herein- above named. Each bid must be accompanied by a casher's check, cerlificie check, or exclmngc, issued or ccrii/ied by a bank located in the State (u Mississippi, payable to the Town of Wgigins. Mississippi, in the a- mount of One Thousand Six Hund- red Dollars $1.600.00). as a gust- I I GLO D, RIvE-IN E[][-W&Y 45. NORTB First Show Starts 7:15 Friday & Saturday Dick Borgarde. in The Wind Cannot Read In Technicolor PLUS CARTOON i gllt00Ul00 ' theatre  5PW  II I I II antee that the bidler will carry ou the date of the sale of said bonds. his conrac'_ and purchase the at a place to be designated by the bonds pursuan' is bid be ac- purchaser and without cost to the the cepted. f " sthceful bidder purchaser. fails to purchase the Lmads pursu- aat to his bid and contract, the a- moula of purchase tile bonds ptlr- suant to his bid and contract, the amount of such good faith check shall be retained by the Mayo: and Board of Aldermen and cov- ered into the general hinds of the Town ot Wiggins as liquidated dam- ages for such failure. I The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to r(,ject, any or all bids submitted. These bonds are oflered subject to the unqualified a'pproval of the k,ality the State Bond Attorney and by the law firm of Charles and Tr,uernkht of St I,ouis. Missouri. The Town iil pay the legal fees and will pay for the printing of the bonds and the validation of the bonds. Delivery will be made to the purchaser within slav," days after By order of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town gins, Mississippi, this 13th September, 1960. Venice Strohm, S15, 22/29 Lumber For Sa We have plenty of Western Fir 2x4 on hand, all lengths. NEELY LUMBER Box 39 - Bond, Clover Farm's own Top Quality Azalea Sliced BACON Ilaas Davis Hickory Smoked SAUSAGE ............ lb. Haas Davis Fully Cooked. Wrapped Picnic HAM ........ Nabio Honey GRAHAMS 39c .......... lb. 29c 1 lb. 35 c ii i im End Cut Clover Fam---7-o Macaroni or 3 for Clover Farm or Showboat Pork & Beans 3 for ........ Sugary Sam Cut--No. 2 Sweet ""'"'"7" PORK CHOPS .... 'b. 39,' 3forvan cam---No. .......... ; {;enter Cut HOMINY PORKFisher CHOPS .... lb. 5 3_ ZChe, PLUS CARTOON  Boy8-oz. Pkg. -Boy r-Dee-A C . Spaghetti & Sunday, Monday, Tuesday FISH STICKS ........... 19 40-oz. can .... Tenn. Brand Speckle---10-oz. d PUREX BUT. BEANS 2 for ___ , Welch's--6-oz. Can PUREX GRAPE JUICE 2 for_ 1-gal .... PICTURE -- PLUS CARTOON Wednesday & Thursday PLUS CARTOON -- Quart .......... 35c 10-lb. bag ...... 89c 25-1b. bag .... U.S. No. 1 Round White Potatoes 10 LBS- Nu-Crop Red Delicious APPLES, 4-lb. Bag __ Yellow ONIONS, lb. 49c Juicy Delicious-California" ORANGES, doz. .... 5 c RUTABAGAS, lb. C 16&