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(Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20, 1960 THE STONE CO ENTERPRIS] n tative esday 'Alnut D22c wing Phone tlonal ,vators r type .2, M. O20tfe g Level News :r. and Mrs. Boyce McMurphy Mrs. fir.:e McMurphy of ] Texas have returned after vi:ithl= r"lative.:; here. Mr. and M'rs. Alvi!} Itaten and Hatten spent Ttmrsday on coasIL ]Kr. and Mrs. R. V Haze and Robert. Ann and Wayne of spent the week end here Dr. John ,!. E!euer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE IIOURS EVERY Ti- E.!)AY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street IqEXT DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 with their mother, Mrs. Bessie Mc- I endon and family and grand- mother, Mrs. R. B. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howell of Pascagoula spent Saturday with the Howells. Mr. and Mrs. Rcg White azd daughter Nancy and Mrs. G. A. Breland spent Saturday in Hatties- burg. Pie. Fulton Wallace has returned o Fort Dix N. J. afar visiting his mother, Mrs. Maud Wallace and his sister, Mrs. Burnell Lott and family. Enroute to Fort Dix he will visit his sister, lrs. Marjorie Halli- way in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Basil Brumfield and child- vc-n of Tyiertown spent last week: end with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hick- Cold weather is coming-so be ready Save Money Now Your Nerves Later [cNE ENGINE, 6-Cyl. (Minor) was $5.25 Now ..................................... INE ENGINE, 8-Cyl. (Minor) was $6.30 Now ..................................... HAMPION - " PLUGS if-as 95c Now ..................................... IORD DIST. POINTS was $2.06 low $4.00 $5.75 75c $1.55 75 ORD CONDENSER was 93c lOW ................................... ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR THE REST OF OCTOBER }NLY. MOTOR COMPANY, INC. WA 8-4481 WAggins, Miss. Tlan. Dan C. Hall of Nashville, Ten:. pen last Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hall. Mrs. Calonia Breland is visiti, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Eond in New Orleaxm. Dr. and Mrs. Carl McQuagge of Hattiesburg spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. McQuage. Jack Rieis of Jackson a n d [ Wayne Hensley of Steele, Mo. spent he week end with Jack's parents, | Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Riel: and |'- Norma Ruth. "By VIROINLA R. BURHFIELD, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. O'Nea]. Jr. Agent and children and Mrs. J A. O'Neal: I St. of Jackson spent he week end I Keep Children in School visiting frienis and relatives here l Parent, teacher, friends, every- and in Lucedale. Mrs. J. A. O'Neal, one: Do everything you can to help Sr. stayed over for a longer vL'it. ]be sure that students [inish higi school. As recent as 1954, figures Mrs. Edna Clay, a stuttent of Caret College spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatten. Mrs. Rhoda Bond spent last week in Lucedale with her daughter, Mrs. Sheldon Eubanks and family. J. N. Whie returnc to the V. A Hospital in Biloxi Monday for a check up. Mrs. John Temple of Meridian spent Sunday here wit, h her grand- mother, Mrs. Rhoda Bond and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Padgett and children of Pascagoula spent the week end here with Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Lott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coaker and l'amily of PerkinstOn and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Goaker and children of Alabama spent Sunday here visit- ing relatives. Jimmy McLendon of Picayune spent Sunday here with his moth- or, Mrs. Bessie McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy White of Gullport spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. I.roy Williams and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reg Wite and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Lott and children spent Sunday in Pasca-] goula. J on school dropouts, showed that for every 1,000 fifth graAer in the Na- tion, 482 youngsters left school be- fore they completed the 12th grade. From the recent White House Conference on Children and Youth came the statement that preparing the increasing number of young Teople for the kind of work that will be available is one of the most important tasks today. The person with very little ed- OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop LET US BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH . . . COLORED ALL-SIDE AI.UMINUM IT LOOKS LIKE LUMBER DROP SIDING Never has to be painted, won't peel, fade, mold, break and its tremite proof. Its wonderful insulation... Cool- er in summer and warmer in winter. We paint your trim work, also do carpenter work, add carport, patios, etc. The cost is very reasonable for what you get. DRIVE BY AND SEE NICK DAVIS' or W. L. ATCHI- SON'S HOME WE JUST COMPLETED. See or call our local representative, Nick Davis for FREE eImate on any size job. We arrange for financing. ROSE CONSTRUCTION CO. GULFPORT Are yo__u smo/dng more now but onjoy/ng it loss ? HUMAN FLY That's Orin Murray, Field Sur- vey Engineer of fabulous Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona. Murray says, "Sure I've tried other brands. But Camel is the only one that gives me real smoking satisfaction every time I light up." ucation may in time be unable to upport himself at all. Those who are not completing s=hool today g may find it hard to support a fam- ily later on. Very important to making a stu- dent want to say in school are un- derstanding, approval and encour- about the same: lack of succes. in ,school work, not drawn to the school by participation in extra curricular activities, not in an ac- cepted group of fellow students and a feeling they are ignored by teach- ers. Non-fat dy milk for drinkh, agement from parents and teach-land cooking can help stretch your ers throughout the school years. I food budget. You can buy it in The reasons that boys and girls ackages that make eight, twelve and schools give for dropouts are| or fourteen quarts. The cost will be , Z from 5% to 8 cents a quart. 'To serve as a beverage, mix ahead of time and chill thoroughly, TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISH 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 LITTLE ANDYIN QUARTERS OLEO 3 l-lb. Ctn. LOU-ANA OIL00UA"T39c SHORTENING SWIFTING 3 LB. CAN 49c FOL(;ER'S C O F F E E I lb.VAC CAN 59(: FRESH GROUND Linoleum ! Swift Premium or Pennant Tray Pk. Sl RUGS, 9x12 ....... $4.95 acon, 3 l-lb. pkgs. $].39 i i 6"x6"x5'x150' No. 10 Reinforcement WIRE, per roll Roofing ASPHALT, lO0-1bs 38-inch SHEET ROCK, _per M ___ $1.95 $49.oo 215-1b. SHINGLES, square $5.95 15 & 30-lb. Saturated FELT, per roll __ $1-.95 5-V Crimp 2-inch Corg. or Galvanized ROOFING, square $9.95 ii 12-2 Romex . ;:!:. ELECTRIC WIRE 250 ft. coil $.95 1 39-inch Heavy Field FENCING, 20 rod roll $18 .95 it i 4-point Heavy BARBE WIRE, 80 rod spool $7.95 41% Bright Old Process C. S. MEAL lO0-1bs. i Yellow CORN, lO0-1bs. - $2.9 Crushed Ear CORN., lO0-1bs. Sweet Bulky Mix COW FEED, 100-1bs. Heavy Grain OX FEED, lO0-1bs. lb. METRECM Dietry for weight control Save $2.35 on Large Economy Size 3 lb. can $5.98 8 oz. can $1.19 New liquid for convienee Ct. 6 cans $1.98 i i i BUDGET BEEF Chuck Roast Chuck Steak : 39c i ii i L Brisket Stew 4 00bs. $1.00 i Venetian BLINDS each $2.49 5 Year Gtmranteed Garden Hose 50fc $1.49 Rubbing ALCOHOL 2 pints 29c i i ASPIRINS Bottle of 24's __ 25c Yeager's Special 16% "--il Bottle of 50's _ 39c DAIRY FEEl), 100-1bs ..... $3" Bottleof 100's 67c Ernest Yeager & Sons, Inc. HNS LUCEDALE (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20, 1960 THE STONE CO ENTERPRIS] n tative esday 'Alnut D22c wing Phone tlonal ,vators r type .2, M. O20tfe g Level News :r. and Mrs. Boyce McMurphy Mrs. fir.:e McMurphy of ] Texas have returned after vi:ithl= r"lative.:; here. Mr. and M'rs. Alvi!} Itaten and Hatten spent Ttmrsday on coasIL ]Kr. and Mrs. R. V Haze and Robert. Ann and Wayne of spent the week end here Dr. John ,!. E!euer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE IIOURS EVERY Ti- E.!)AY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street IqEXT DOOR TO O'NEAL'S GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 5:30 with their mother, Mrs. Bessie Mc- I endon and family and grand- mother, Mrs. R. B. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howell of Pascagoula spent Saturday with the Howells. Mr. and Mrs. Rcg White azd daughter Nancy and Mrs. G. A. Breland spent Saturday in Hatties- burg. Pie. Fulton Wallace has returned o Fort Dix N. J. afar visiting his mother, Mrs. Maud Wallace and his sister, Mrs. Burnell Lott and family. Enroute to Fort Dix he will visit his sister, lrs. Marjorie Halli- way in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Basil Brumfield and child- vc-n of Tyiertown spent last week: end with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hick- Cold weather is coming-so be ready Save Money Now Your Nerves Later [cNE ENGINE, 6-Cyl. (Minor) was $5.25 Now ..................................... INE ENGINE, 8-Cyl. (Minor) was $6.30 Now ..................................... HAMPION - " PLUGS if-as 95c Now ..................................... IORD DIST. POINTS was $2.06 low $4.00 $5.75 75c $1.55 75 ORD CONDENSER was 93c lOW ................................... ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR THE REST OF OCTOBER }NLY. MOTOR COMPANY, INC. WA 8-4481 WAggins, Miss. Tlan. Dan C. Hall of Nashville, Ten:. pen last Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hall. Mrs. Calonia Breland is visiti, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Eond in New Orleaxm. Dr. and Mrs. Carl McQuagge of Hattiesburg spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. McQuage. Jack Rieis of Jackson a n d [ Wayne Hensley of Steele, Mo. spent he week end with Jack's parents, | Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Riel: and |'- Norma Ruth. "By VIROINLA R. BURHFIELD, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. O'Nea]. Jr. Agent and children and Mrs. J A. O'Neal: I St. of Jackson spent he week end I Keep Children in School visiting frienis and relatives here l Parent, teacher, friends, every- and in Lucedale. Mrs. J. A. O'Neal, one: Do everything you can to help Sr. stayed over for a longer vL'it. ]be sure that students [inish higi school. As recent as 1954, figures Mrs. Edna Clay, a stuttent of Caret College spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatten. Mrs. Rhoda Bond spent last week in Lucedale with her daughter, Mrs. Sheldon Eubanks and family. J. N. Whie returnc to the V. A Hospital in Biloxi Monday for a check up. Mrs. John Temple of Meridian spent Sunday here wit, h her grand- mother, Mrs. Rhoda Bond and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Padgett and children of Pascagoula spent the week end here with Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Lott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coaker and l'amily of PerkinstOn and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Goaker and children of Alabama spent Sunday here visit- ing relatives. Jimmy McLendon of Picayune spent Sunday here with his moth- or, Mrs. Bessie McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy White of Gullport spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. I.roy Williams and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reg Wite and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Lott and children spent Sunday in Pasca-] goula. J on school dropouts, showed that for every 1,000 fifth graAer in the Na- tion, 482 youngsters left school be- fore they completed the 12th grade. From the recent White House Conference on Children and Youth came the statement that preparing the increasing number of young Teople for the kind of work that will be available is one of the most important tasks today. The person with very little ed- OUR SPECIALTY Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop LET US BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH . . . COLORED ALL-SIDE AI.UMINUM IT LOOKS LIKE LUMBER DROP SIDING Never has to be painted, won't peel, fade, mold, break and its tremite proof. Its wonderful insulation... Cool- er in summer and warmer in winter. We paint your trim work, also do carpenter work, add carport, patios, etc. The cost is very reasonable for what you get. DRIVE BY AND SEE NICK DAVIS' or W. L. ATCHI- SON'S HOME WE JUST COMPLETED. See or call our local representative, Nick Davis for FREE eImate on any size job. We arrange for financing. ROSE CONSTRUCTION CO. GULFPORT Are yo__u smo/dng more now but onjoy/ng it loss ? HUMAN FLY That's Orin Murray, Field Sur- vey Engineer of fabulous Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona. Murray says, "Sure I've tried other brands. But Camel is the only one that gives me real smoking satisfaction every time I light up." ucation may in time be unable to upport himself at all. Those who are not completing s=hool today g may find it hard to support a fam- ily later on. Very important to making a stu- dent want to say in school are un- derstanding, approval and encour- about the same: lack of succes. in ,school work, not drawn to the school by participation in extra curricular activities, not in an ac- cepted group of fellow students and a feeling they are ignored by teach- ers. Non-fat dy milk for drinkh, agement from parents and teach-land cooking can help stretch your ers throughout the school years. I food budget. You can buy it in The reasons that boys and girls ackages that make eight, twelve and schools give for dropouts are| or fourteen quarts. The cost will be , Z from 5% to 8 cents a quart. 'To serve as a beverage, mix ahead of time and chill thoroughly, TOUCHSTONE Radio & TV Service WE GLADLY FURNISH 24 HOUR SERVICE Day Phone WA 8-4221 Night Phone WA 8-3653 LITTLE ANDYIN QUARTERS OLEO 3 l-lb. Ctn. LOU-ANA OIL00UA"T39c SHORTENING SWIFTING 3 LB. CAN 49c FOL(;ER'S C O F F E E I lb.VAC CAN 59(: FRESH GROUND Linoleum ! Swift Premium or Pennant Tray Pk. Sl RUGS, 9x12 ....... $4.95 acon, 3 l-lb. pkgs. $].39 i i 6"x6"x5'x150' No. 10 Reinforcement WIRE, per roll Roofing ASPHALT, lO0-1bs 38-inch SHEET ROCK, _per M ___ $1.95 $49.oo 215-1b. SHINGLES, square $5.95 15 & 30-lb. Saturated FELT, per roll __ $1-.95 5-V Crimp 2-inch Corg. or Galvanized ROOFING, square $9.95 ii 12-2 Romex . ;:!:. ELECTRIC WIRE 250 ft. coil $.95 1 39-inch Heavy Field FENCING, 20 rod roll $18 .95 it i 4-point Heavy BARBE WIRE, 80 rod spool $7.95 41% Bright Old Process C. S. MEAL lO0-1bs. i Yellow CORN, lO0-1bs. - $2.9 Crushed Ear CORN., lO0-1bs. Sweet Bulky Mix COW FEED, 100-1bs. Heavy Grain OX FEED, lO0-1bs. lb. METRECM Dietry for weight control Save $2.35 on Large Economy Size 3 lb. can $5.98 8 oz. can $1.19 New liquid for convienee Ct. 6 cans $1.98 i i i BUDGET BEEF Chuck Roast Chuck Steak : 39c i ii i L Brisket Stew 4 00bs. $1.00 i Venetian BLINDS each $2.49 5 Year Gtmranteed Garden Hose 50fc $1.49 Rubbing ALCOHOL 2 pints 29c i i ASPIRINS Bottle of 24's __ 25c Yeager's Special 16% "--il Bottle of 50's _ 39c DAIRY FEEl), 100-1bs ..... $3" Bottleof 100's 67c Ernest Yeager & Sons, Inc. HNS LUCEDALE