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1 Methodist Youth Collect For UNICEF The Methodist youth will collect numey for UNICEF, the United Na- tions Children&apos;s Fund, between the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock Monday, October 31. In 1959, UNICEF provided daily mi_Ik rations for 5,600,000 children and mothers in 63 countries; more than 2200 maternal and health centerswere equipped in 40 coun- I PIANOS Priced To Fit Your Terms You Can Afford To Pay ROSEBERRY Piano House 134 East Front Street lttlburg, Miss. tries; 1,500,000 children were treat- ed for trachoma in 10 countries; some 1,500,000 children and mothers were cured of yaws in 20 countries; 800,000 leprosy victims were treat- ed in 25 countries; some 31.200,000 children and mothers were protect- ed against malaria in 46 countries; 14200,000 children were vaccinated against tuberculosis in 16 countries. A donation to UNICEF means health and hope for children who would lead a short, sick and hun- gry life if they received no help. Persons wishing to contribute are asked to leave their porch light on between 6 and 7 o'clock. MAC BRELAND TO BE BULLDOG CAPTAIN IN SATURDAY GAME When the Perklnston Junior Col- lege Bulldogs invade Senatobia to take on Northwest Junior College, Saturday, October 22. lac Breland will serve as Bulldog captain. He is a sophomore this season and let- tered for the Bulldogs in the end position last year. Full Time Sheet Metal Work & Installation of Louvers -- Eve Stripping Termite Shields -- Aluminum Screens, Custom Made. Venthag all types of heaters & Fans A. D. HART Hart's Sheet Metal Works Phone WA 8-4483 Pine St. CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 31st SILVER JUBILEE SLOGAN CONTEST PURPOSE: To promote and stimulate the entrant's thinking toward the value of electricity in todays living. To say "thank you" to our members and to the youth of our Rural Areas. CONTEST RULES: I. Entrant must be child of a Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association member. 2. Entrant must be of school age, 6-18. 3. Entries will be grouped in two categories, (6 thru 12 years) and (13 thru 18 years.) 4. Entry must be in our hands by midnight October 31. 5. Entry will be based on originality and the decision of the judges will be final. 6. Entry must be submitted on a postal card and slogan will be limited to seven words or less. 7. Only one entry per person may be submitted. PRIZES TO BE GIVEN Category No. 1 (6 thru 12 years) 1st prize---Portable Transistor Radio 2nd prize---Ten Silver Dollars 3rd, 4th, 5th prize---Three Silver Dollars Each Category No. 2 (13 thru 18 years) Same as above THE STONE CQUNTY ENTERPRISE Masonic Activities The Wiggins Lodge No. 416, F. &[ A. M, will confer the Fellowcraft degree Monday, October 24 at 7:30 ,p.m. All member are urged to at- tend and visiting Masons are wel- come. I ANNUAI, ROTARY ANN I NIGHT HELl) .... / The Wiggins Rotary Club held[ their annual supper honoring their" wives on Thursday evening, Octo- I 'ber 13 at the high school cafeteria. I Rev. Iroy Secrest, pastor of the t Presbyteriaa church gave the in- I vocation. Mr. Robert Regan was the program chairman and '. J. J. Hoyden, president of Perkinston Junior College acted as master of ceremonies.. Mr. Ray Butler, former district governor of Rotary from Gulftiort ave an imeresting and humorous talk, lIr. Conway Dabney, Gulf port, presen district governor was intro- duced by the club president, Dr. Joel A Simpson. Miss Virgic Alice Yeagca', rend- ercd two solos on the evening pro- gram. The dimming room was decorated with fall flowers, green cloths cov- ered the tables. There re 48 in attendance. MRS. JOE LEE HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Dale Smith honored her mother, Mrs. Joe Lee with a sur- prise birthday pry, celebrating 63rd anniversary, in her home on Friday evening, October 14. The serving table, covered with a hanoi crocked white cloth was centered with a white four-tiered cake. decorated with red roses and lighted candles. All of Mrs. Lee's brothers and sisters attended. The first time they had all met together in many years. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Smith, ]Mr. and Mrs. Hiland Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Melton Lad- ner and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis, Mrs. Lime Lee, Nora and Dixie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Letuce Davis. Mrs. Maggie Davis, Mrs. Beaula Broadus, M.rs. Effie Davi Miss Rena Mae Walker, Kenneth Smith, Peggy Davis, Russell Davis, Mrs. Ruby Walker and daughter Joe Lee and Maxine Farmer. Mxs. Lee received many lovely gifts. If women's intuition is all it is cracked up to be, why do wives ask so many questions? II NOTICE The Stone County Fair .com- mercial parade will start as usual Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Wig- gins Grammar School, (and not high school ,%s started in fair cat- alogue.J Don't wait to be. contracted as you are welcome o enter any float. Will apreciate all heavy stuff to be at school between 8 a]d 8:30 a.m. and everybody by 8:45 so we can get you placc<l and start the parade on time. If necessary call your Parade Chairman, Nick Davis. GARDEN GATE GROUP MEETS IN B. C. BATSON HOME -The Garden Gate Club met Tuesday afternoon, Octobor 18, at, the home of Mrs. B. C. Batson with Mfrs. Clarence Ramsey as co-hostess. The living and dining room were decorated with atltunm flowers and Mrs. Batson displayet a crystal bowl filled with her first camellia blooms. The hostesses served a party plat of spice cake wi[h whipped cretan and spiced tea. After a. short buslness meetin the program chairman, Mrs. Ernest Yeager, introduced Mrs. Russell Dorsett who showed the club mem- bers how to make corsages. One orsage was a "Glamellia'" and the other was composed of small ehryanthemums. After the demon- stration, members drew numbers and Mrs. E. V. Mayo won the "Glameltia "" with Mrs. Mittrie Boone receiving the ctrysanthre- mares. After the meeting the club mem- bers made a tour ol hrs. Batson's GLO DmVE-',N IH-WAY 49, NORTII First Show Starts 7:15 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20 beautiful garden dth its wealth of fall flowers. ; BALMER HOME OF ward Hall in attendence of this meeting. F. ALLEN CROSS DIES F. Allen Cross, Jr., 58, a native of Wiggins and a resident of Ham- mond. La., for 33 years, died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marjorie Dennis Cross; t w o TOWN AND COUNTRY LRDEN CLUB MEETING ON TUESDAY The Town and Country Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. W. E. Balmer on Tuesday afternOon, October 18, with Mrs. Charles Young as co-hostess. Mrs. John Dees, the program chairman for the afternoon gave a most informative talk on. Border and Flower Beds. sisters, Mrs. S. Bressler. New Or- I I The flower arrangements for the leto, s: Mrs. E. A Boyd, Edinburgh, l afteTnoon were made by Mrs. Tex.; Mrs. S. R. Boykan, Tuscaloo- John Guthrie, Mrs. Hubert F. Campbell and Mrs. Jesse Black- well. The presence of fall was real- ized by the beautiful colors these arrangements presented. There were 21 members and two guests, Mrs. Roy Ray and Mrs, Ed- WIGGINS MACHINE SHOP Machine Work & Welding Agents For Gulf Welding Equipment Acetylene & Oxygen DOMINO sa, Ala.; and Mrs. Henry Lee, tiesburg. The funeral was held last day afternoon from the family idence at 604 N. Hazel St., mond, La. Burial was in Cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to our friends daughters, Diane and Peggy Cross; relatives for the many visits, one son, Frank Allen Cross III, all floral offerings and food during of Hammond, La.: one brother, C. illness and death of Mrs. Ava W. Cross, Jackson. Miss.; and four The Reid Family &DDINO MACLI' TERPRVSg Ol,'lOlt- Friday & Saturday TRY, COMPARE the FORD FALCON before you buy any compact car. You may sorry next year and especially when you for a new car. EVANS MOTOR CO., INC. YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER PHONE WALNUT 8- 4481 VglGGINS, SUGAR SESSIONS OIL C-S 5 LB. BAG NO. 10 JAR 4 TRAEB theatre DEL MONTE CATSUP,00oz..ottl002 for 35 AUNT JEMIMA m00om C. Meal Mix 2 LBS. ME BY THE PIECE --- PLUS CARTOON -- ,, SLAB BACON LB. IMrONIiIY  lItlDV CLOVER FARM SALAD soon as possible after Pearl River Valley Electric SAMPLE ENTRY--ON POSTAL CARD Name--Ginny Jones Address---Route 1, Columbia, Miss. Age---Ten years (10) Slogan"Electricity is the key to better living." 4IAIL TO: Slogan Contest Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association Columbia, Mississippi WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Each winner will be contacted personally upon com- pletion of selections. Complete list of winners and their respective slogans will be published in Decem- ber's RURAL ELECTRIC NEWS. Prizes will be prented as selections are completed. Power Association WIGGINS COLUMBIA PURVIS - "'" NG QUARTJAR 3 FIRST BAPTIST IS HOST lM--00l:MF'M" - - " " - D RES S I (Continued From Page One) -- --- Luther Holcomb of rooklyn ser- [ Friday & Saturday . --;=-.rd Turm2 Ba red as chairman of the Committee I  [l;!'rub0l.l .... " on Nominations. At the installation I service, which closed the afternoon I , i:r- [0[' r ns sessin' Rev" Billy Green f "'awls'  i Sled the prayer of " with Roots ! Springs dedica" I 2 for ..........  .... tion. ! Local Committee arra]gemen] "-- -- -- ----,iM R0I"  NC;7' were as follows: Chairman of Food] Committee, Mrs. Fritz Breland;] Ritz kers Flower Committee, Mrs. Vi Jones;]   _... Reception and Registration, Mrs.  1-1b ......... 43cl12__z.-: .... : Hollis Batson. Mrs. B. C. Batson directed much of the preliminary Red Tokay preparation f buitdimg . n d --PLUS CARTOON-- 69 c.,pvs 2 twenty five ladies of the church Sunday, Monday, Tuesday who assisted in various_ways to make the meeting a success. SUPPORT Westfield Grape JUICE, 24-oz bottle _ 29 c Clover Farm Peanut BUTTER, 32-oz. Jar 59c Pascal CELERY, 2 stalks__ Head LETTUCE, 2 heads Mississippi's Unpledged Democratic Electors il Pork --PLUS CARTOON- ROAST, lb. __ Clover Farm Instant--Giant Size COFFEE, 10-oz. Jar_ 99c Aunt Jemima Fresh GRITS, 5 lb. bag .... 3 Snowdrift Vegetable Shortening, 3-lb. can PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. OCTOBER 21 & 22 our way of life! Submitted and Paid For Local Citizens Both the Republican and so-called Democratic Party Platforms, as well as Senator Kennedy and Vice President Nixon, advocate drastic changes in -- PLUS CARTOON -- Wednesday & Thursday SPEAK UP--=VOTE FOR BOBBi -'- 49C Clver Farm Evaprated--Tall CanMILK, 3 for ime Honored and Cherished Tradi U.S. No. 1 Russet Raking. We Beheve in The T - . " POTATOES, 10,b00 49[ Of The South and Oppose Any Leglslatmn, Move- tins ment r Plicy Which Wuld D Vilence T GAS Or Destroy Them C,NSoe 1 Methodist Youth Collect For UNICEF The Methodist youth will collect numey for UNICEF, the United Na- tions Children's Fund, between the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock Monday, October 31. In 1959, UNICEF provided daily mi_Ik rations for 5,600,000 children and mothers in 63 countries; more than 2200 maternal and health centerswere equipped in 40 coun- I PIANOS Priced To Fit Your Terms You Can Afford To Pay ROSEBERRY Piano House 134 East Front Street lttlburg, Miss. tries; 1,500,000 children were treat- ed for trachoma in 10 countries; some 1,500,000 children and mothers were cured of yaws in 20 countries; 800,000 leprosy victims were treat- ed in 25 countries; some 31.200,000 children and mothers were protect- ed against malaria in 46 countries; 14200,000 children were vaccinated against tuberculosis in 16 countries. A donation to UNICEF means health and hope for children who would lead a short, sick and hun- gry life if they received no help. Persons wishing to contribute are asked to leave their porch light on between 6 and 7 o'clock. MAC BRELAND TO BE BULLDOG CAPTAIN IN SATURDAY GAME When the Perklnston Junior Col- lege Bulldogs invade Senatobia to take on Northwest Junior College, Saturday, October 22. lac Breland will serve as Bulldog captain. He is a sophomore this season and let- tered for the Bulldogs in the end position last year. Full Time Sheet Metal Work & Installation of Louvers -- Eve Stripping Termite Shields -- Aluminum Screens, Custom Made. Venthag all types of heaters & Fans A. D. HART Hart's Sheet Metal Works Phone WA 8-4483 Pine St. CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 31st SILVER JUBILEE SLOGAN CONTEST PURPOSE: To promote and stimulate the entrant's thinking toward the value of electricity in todays living. To say "thank you" to our members and to the youth of our Rural Areas. CONTEST RULES: I. Entrant must be child of a Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association member. 2. Entrant must be of school age, 6-18. 3. Entries will be grouped in two categories, (6 thru 12 years) and (13 thru 18 years.) 4. Entry must be in our hands by midnight October 31. 5. Entry will be based on originality and the decision of the judges will be final. 6. Entry must be submitted on a postal card and slogan will be limited to seven words or less. 7. Only one entry per person may be submitted. PRIZES TO BE GIVEN Category No. 1 (6 thru 12 years) 1st prize---Portable Transistor Radio 2nd prize---Ten Silver Dollars 3rd, 4th, 5th prize---Three Silver Dollars Each Category No. 2 (13 thru 18 years) Same as above THE STONE CQUNTY ENTERPRISE Masonic Activities The Wiggins Lodge No. 416, F. &[ A. M, will confer the Fellowcraft degree Monday, October 24 at 7:30 ,p.m. All member are urged to at- tend and visiting Masons are wel- come. I ANNUAI, ROTARY ANN I NIGHT HELl) .... / The Wiggins Rotary Club held[ their annual supper honoring their" wives on Thursday evening, Octo- I 'ber 13 at the high school cafeteria. I Rev. Iroy Secrest, pastor of the t Presbyteriaa church gave the in- I vocation. Mr. Robert Regan was the program chairman and '. J. J. Hoyden, president of Perkinston Junior College acted as master of ceremonies.. Mr. Ray Butler, former district governor of Rotary from Gulftiort ave an imeresting and humorous talk, lIr. Conway Dabney, Gulf port, presen district governor was intro- duced by the club president, Dr. Joel A Simpson. Miss Virgic Alice Yeagca', rend- ercd two solos on the evening pro- gram. The dimming room was decorated with fall flowers, green cloths cov- ered the tables. There re 48 in attendance. MRS. JOE LEE HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Dale Smith honored her mother, Mrs. Joe Lee with a sur- prise birthday pry, celebrating 63rd anniversary, in her home on Friday evening, October 14. The serving table, covered with a hanoi crocked white cloth was centered with a white four-tiered cake. decorated with red roses and lighted candles. All of Mrs. Lee's brothers and sisters attended. The first time they had all met together in many years. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Smith, ]Mr. and Mrs. Hiland Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Melton Lad- ner and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis, Mrs. Lime Lee, Nora and Dixie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Letuce Davis. Mrs. Maggie Davis, Mrs. Beaula Broadus, M.rs. Effie Davi Miss Rena Mae Walker, Kenneth Smith, Peggy Davis, Russell Davis, Mrs. Ruby Walker and daughter Joe Lee and Maxine Farmer. Mxs. Lee received many lovely gifts. If women's intuition is all it is cracked up to be, why do wives ask so many questions? II NOTICE The Stone County Fair .com- mercial parade will start as usual Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Wig- gins Grammar School, (and not high school ,%s started in fair cat- alogue.J Don't wait to be. contracted as you are welcome o enter any float. Will apreciate all heavy stuff to be at school between 8 a]d 8:30 a.m. and everybody by 8:45 so we can get you placc<l and start the parade on time. If necessary call your Parade Chairman, Nick Davis. GARDEN GATE GROUP MEETS IN B. C. BATSON HOME -The Garden Gate Club met Tuesday afternoon, Octobor 18, at, the home of Mrs. B. C. Batson with Mfrs. Clarence Ramsey as co-hostess. The living and dining room were decorated with atltunm flowers and Mrs. Batson displayet a crystal bowl filled with her first camellia blooms. The hostesses served a party plat of spice cake wi[h whipped cretan and spiced tea. After a. short buslness meetin the program chairman, Mrs. Ernest Yeager, introduced Mrs. Russell Dorsett who showed the club mem- bers how to make corsages. One orsage was a "Glamellia'" and the other was composed of small ehryanthemums. After the demon- stration, members drew numbers and Mrs. E. V. Mayo won the "Glameltia "" with Mrs. Mittrie Boone receiving the ctrysanthre- mares. After the meeting the club mem- bers made a tour ol hrs. Batson's GLO DmVE-',N IH-WAY 49, NORTII First Show Starts 7:15 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20 beautiful garden dth its wealth of fall flowers. ; BALMER HOME OF ward Hall in attendence of this meeting. F. ALLEN CROSS DIES F. Allen Cross, Jr., 58, a native of Wiggins and a resident of Ham- mond. La., for 33 years, died at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marjorie Dennis Cross; t w o TOWN AND COUNTRY LRDEN CLUB MEETING ON TUESDAY The Town and Country Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. W. E. Balmer on Tuesday afternOon, October 18, with Mrs. Charles Young as co-hostess. Mrs. John Dees, the program chairman for the afternoon gave a most informative talk on. Border and Flower Beds. sisters, Mrs. S. Bressler. New Or- I I The flower arrangements for the leto, s: Mrs. E. A Boyd, Edinburgh, l afteTnoon were made by Mrs. Tex.; Mrs. S. R. Boykan, Tuscaloo- John Guthrie, Mrs. Hubert F. Campbell and Mrs. Jesse Black- well. The presence of fall was real- ized by the beautiful colors these arrangements presented. There were 21 members and two guests, Mrs. Roy Ray and Mrs, Ed- WIGGINS MACHINE SHOP Machine Work & Welding Agents For Gulf Welding Equipment Acetylene & Oxygen DOMINO sa, Ala.; and Mrs. Henry Lee, tiesburg. The funeral was held last day afternoon from the family idence at 604 N. Hazel St., mond, La. Burial was in Cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to our friends daughters, Diane and Peggy Cross; relatives for the many visits, one son, Frank Allen Cross III, all floral offerings and food during of Hammond, La.: one brother, C. illness and death of Mrs. Ava W. Cross, Jackson. Miss.; and four The Reid Family &DDINO MACLI' TERPRVSg Ol,'lOlt- Friday & Saturday TRY, COMPARE the FORD FALCON before you buy any compact car. You may sorry next year and especially when you for a new car. EVANS MOTOR CO., INC. YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER PHONE WALNUT 8- 4481 VglGGINS, SUGAR SESSIONS OIL C-S 5 LB. BAG NO. 10 JAR 4 TRAEB theatre DEL MONTE CATSUP,00oz..ottl002 for 35 AUNT JEMIMA m00om C. Meal Mix 2 LBS. ME BY THE PIECE --- PLUS CARTOON -- ,, SLAB BACON LB. IMrONIiIY  lItlDV CLOVER FARM SALAD soon as possible after Pearl River Valley Electric SAMPLE ENTRY--ON POSTAL CARD Name--Ginny Jones Address---Route 1, Columbia, Miss. Age---Ten years (10) Slogan"Electricity is the key to better living." 4IAIL TO: Slogan Contest Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association Columbia, Mississippi WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Each winner will be contacted personally upon com- pletion of selections. Complete list of winners and their respective slogans will be published in Decem- ber's RURAL ELECTRIC NEWS. Prizes will be prented as selections are completed. Power Association WIGGINS COLUMBIA PURVIS - "'" NG QUARTJAR 3 FIRST BAPTIST IS HOST lM--00l:MF'M" - - " " - D RES S I (Continued From Page One) -- --- Luther Holcomb of rooklyn ser- [ Friday & Saturday . --;=-.rd Turm2 Ba red as chairman of the Committee I  [l;!'rub0l.l .... " on Nominations. At the installation I service, which closed the afternoon I , i:r- [0[' r ns sessin' Rev" Billy Green f "'awls'  i Sled the prayer of " with Roots ! Springs dedica" I 2 for ..........  .... tion. ! Local Committee arra]gemen] "-- -- -- ----,iM R0I"  NC;7' were as follows: Chairman of Food] Committee, Mrs. Fritz Breland;] Ritz kers Flower Committee, Mrs. Vi Jones;]   _... Reception and Registration, Mrs.  1-1b ......... 43cl12__z.-: .... : Hollis Batson. Mrs. B. C. Batson directed much of the preliminary Red Tokay preparation f buitdimg . n d --PLUS CARTOON-- 69 c.,pvs 2 twenty five ladies of the church Sunday, Monday, Tuesday who assisted in various_ways to make the meeting a success. SUPPORT Westfield Grape JUICE, 24-oz bottle _ 29 c Clover Farm Peanut BUTTER, 32-oz. Jar 59c Pascal CELERY, 2 stalks__ Head LETTUCE, 2 heads Mississippi's Unpledged Democratic Electors il Pork --PLUS CARTOON- ROAST, lb. __ Clover Farm Instant--Giant Size COFFEE, 10-oz. Jar_ 99c Aunt Jemima Fresh GRITS, 5 lb. bag .... 3 Snowdrift Vegetable Shortening, 3-lb. can PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. OCTOBER 21 & 22 our way of life! Submitted and Paid For Local Citizens Both the Republican and so-called Democratic Party Platforms, as well as Senator Kennedy and Vice President Nixon, advocate drastic changes in -- PLUS CARTOON -- Wednesday & Thursday SPEAK UP--=VOTE FOR BOBBi -'- 49C Clver Farm Evaprated--Tall CanMILK, 3 for ime Honored and Cherished Tradi U.S. No. 1 Russet Raking. We Beheve in The T - . " POTATOES, 10,b00 49[ Of The South and Oppose Any Leglslatmn, Move- tins ment r Plicy Which Wuld D Vilence T GAS Or Destroy Them C,NSoe