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October 25, 1979     Stone County Enterprise
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Community Action To Hold Public Hearings Southeast Mississippi Community Action Agency announces that three (3) public hearings will be held in Stone County within the next month and the public is urged to attend. Meetings will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Wiggins, MS on November 6, at 6:00 p.m., new prospect Baptist Church, Bond, Ms. on november 15, at 6:00 p.m., and Perkinston Baptist Church, Perkinston, MS on November 27, at 6:00 p.m. Topic of hearings will be expansion activities in Stone, Forrest, Jones, Perry, and Greene counties. HOMECOMING Queen Jan Ainsworth is shown with her escort, Bob Weather& Lester Baucum, Flower firl, Both Hollingsworth and crown bearer, WendaU aniels Plan Spring Wedding Lee W. Prine announce the their daughter, to Danny son d Mr. and N. Daniels of bride attended in Wiesbaden, and graudated rner High Georgia. She is presently employed at the Stone County Hospital. Mr. Daniels is employed at L&M Machine shop in Wiggins. Paternal grandparents of the bride elect are Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Prine of Bond, Maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Erich Paeslack of Nurnburg, Germanv. Paternal grandparents of the prospective groom are the late Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Daniels of Perkinston and Maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. L. Partridge of Bradford, England. An early spring wedding is planned. 214 BUFKIN'S THE FITTIN'EST BOOT FOR A HARD DAY'S WORK * Oil-resistant cushion sole e "Sweat-Proof" leather insole absorbs moisture Water repellent leather We Have Most All Sizes II II I I IIIII ! 928-514 167 First St [odgers Exchange Vows ___ .= ,,/tel, ;x kyard of Mr. of the groom, and Miss Jean  klllR--/ Forgason, Jr. Clark, cousin of the groom,  '" UWiitiJU]/ setting for the served the cake and punch. I A !l  uniting Ms. Glenda Mrs. Vicki Dep-son, sister-in- AII I I I I  I Igers and Mr. H. law of the bride, was in charge il VV"ml'li/ "" " F0rgas0n,III on of the guest register. I II_nuw'ratik: Nolldllee lr 6, 1979, with the After a brid honeymoon, I ]r=u ""  - ---f-r M. Ewing McPhil the couple will continue to I l'][I]ly qk4DN[][lS the ceremony, reside in Houston, Texas, I Black served as where Mr. Forgason is em- Mr. Robert ployed by Brown and Root, a'ved as bestman. Inc. and Mrs. Forgason is READ AND APPROVED BY  JOINER brother of employed by Permetco In- gave her away in ternational. HE ]rS FOR BETTER ]']G][']A is the daughter of Wyatt, and Mr. both of Wiggins. isthe son of Mr. H. Grayson Jr. of Houston, wore a simple dress with navy She carried a of baby white and car- together with a ribbon tied in Menu 29-Nov. 2 tter II1 Sauce beans w4Dwls Toes Chili w-crackers) Wedges) (Donuts) lrew w-rice APPLII;ATIOH lef on buns cream Singers Perform of southern Singers will at the Southern 1980 Convention o[ Choral IASsociatien (ACDA) recently by Merritt, ACDA tvision president. iessor and com- Zaninelli will new composition the University's resources to the eomptim will the convention  - March 1 in Tennessee. Hes Bulldogs, Eagles and Rebels! It's time to show your school spirit. School watches from First Magnolia Federal. How about this, sF)ns fans-your seh(x)l emblem on a watch. For only $17.) (plus tax}. You can buy these spirited timepieces l in the three designs shown belowl at any First Magnolia Federal office. They're made by FItIST the world-famous Timex company; and they're available in this area only at First Magnolia Federal. Great for gifts-for undergrads or alums. Limited edition, available for a limited time only. so don't wait. Sorry, no mail omlers. F|D|RAL SAqIK;S & LOAN .sSOO.Ml( Misshsippi's /amily financial center Wiggins * Hattiesburg * Jackson Brandon Clinton Collins Petal Picayune Member FSUC I STONE COU lv ' ENTERPRISE-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1979-3  qhite, _ T'harmacy;', lnc. HELPS YOU CELEBRATE YOUR 60th BIRTHDAY Along with our everyday Friendly, Pro lfessional services White's Pharmacy offer you the following reasons to trade with US -Senior Citizens Discount (60 yrs. & older) -Everyday Low Prices -Family Profile Sysftem -Night Phone to Call in Refills -Charge Accounts -24 Hour Emergency Prescription Service -Major Medical Insurance Statements Visa Accounts Prompt, Dependable Service with Deep Gratitude for Your Business SENiO#CiTiZENS 60 years or older with this card!: r qVhitds Pharmacy;', lnc. 303 East Pine Avenue Wigns, Mississippi 39577 Tekphone (601) 928-4421 , Just complete the application and present it to the Pharmacist on duty. He will be glad to explain the Program completely and to assist you with the application. SAVINGS CLUB Nsmo St'oct c,W, PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY State Zip Code Ite of Btrth Social S:urity No. (Month) (Day) (Year) (I emNl  above omvln m 'm) IP PR VALID UNTIL I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I HAVE EXAMINED THE APPLICATION AND THAT APPUCANT 18 ENTITLED TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE SENIOR CITIZENS SAVING8 CLUB. Community Action To Hold Public Hearings Southeast Mississippi Community Action Agency announces that three (3) public hearings will be held in Stone County within the next month and the public is urged to attend. Meetings will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Wiggins, MS on November 6, at 6:00 p.m., new prospect Baptist Church, Bond, Ms. on november 15, at 6:00 p.m., and Perkinston Baptist Church, Perkinston, MS on November 27, at 6:00 p.m. Topic of hearings will be expansion activities in Stone, Forrest, Jones, Perry, and Greene counties. HOMECOMING Queen Jan Ainsworth is shown with her escort, Bob Weather& Lester Baucum, Flower firl, Both Hollingsworth and crown bearer, WendaU aniels Plan Spring Wedding Lee W. Prine announce the their daughter, to Danny son d Mr. and N. Daniels of bride attended in Wiesbaden, and graudated rner High Georgia. She is presently employed at the Stone County Hospital. Mr. Daniels is employed at L&M Machine shop in Wiggins. Paternal grandparents of the bride elect are Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Prine of Bond, Maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Erich Paeslack of Nurnburg, Germanv. Paternal grandparents of the prospective groom are the late Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Daniels of Perkinston and Maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. L. Partridge of Bradford, England. An early spring wedding is planned. 214 BUFKIN'S THE FITTIN'EST BOOT FOR A HARD DAY'S WORK * Oil-resistant cushion sole e "Sweat-Proof" leather insole absorbs moisture Water repellent leather We Have Most All Sizes II II I I IIIII ! 928-514 167 First St [odgers Exchange Vows ___ .= ,,/tel, ;x kyard of Mr. of the groom, and Miss Jean  klllR--/ Forgason, Jr. Clark, cousin of the groom,  '" UWiitiJU]/ setting for the served the cake and punch. I A !l  uniting Ms. Glenda Mrs. Vicki Dep-son, sister-in- AII I I I I  I Igers and Mr. H. law of the bride, was in charge il VV"ml'li/ "" " F0rgas0n,III on of the guest register. I II_nuw'ratik: Nolldllee lr 6, 1979, with the After a brid honeymoon, I ]r=u ""  - ---f-r M. Ewing McPhil the couple will continue to I l'][I]ly qk4DN[][lS the ceremony, reside in Houston, Texas, I Black served as where Mr. Forgason is em- Mr. Robert ployed by Brown and Root, a'ved as bestman. Inc. and Mrs. Forgason is READ AND APPROVED BY  JOINER brother of employed by Permetco In- gave her away in ternational. HE ]rS FOR BETTER ]']G][']A is the daughter of Wyatt, and Mr. both of Wiggins. isthe son of Mr. H. Grayson Jr. of Houston, wore a simple dress with navy She carried a of baby white and car- together with a ribbon tied in Menu 29-Nov. 2 tter II1 Sauce beans w4Dwls Toes Chili w-crackers) Wedges) (Donuts) lrew w-rice APPLII;ATIOH lef on buns cream Singers Perform of southern Singers will at the Southern 1980 Convention o[ Choral IASsociatien (ACDA) recently by Merritt, ACDA tvision president. iessor and com- Zaninelli will new composition the University's resources to the eomptim will the convention  - March 1 in Tennessee. Hes Bulldogs, Eagles and Rebels! It's time to show your school spirit. School watches from Brst Magnolia Federal. How about this, sF)ns fans-your seh(x)l emblem on a watch. For only $17.) (plus tax}. You can buy these spirited timepieces l in the three designs shown belowl at any First Magnolia Federal office. They're made by FItIST the world-famous Timex company; and they're available in this area only at First Magnolia Federal. Great for gifts-for undergrads or alums. Limited edition, available for a limited time only. so don't wait. Sorry, no mail omlers. F|D|RAL SAqIK;S & LOAN .sSOO.Ml( Misshsippi's /amily financial center Wiggins * Hattiesburg * Jackson Brandon Clinton Collins Petal Picayune Member FSUC I STONE COU lv ' ENTERPRISE-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1979-3  qhite, _ T'harmacy;', lnc. HELPS YOU CELEBRATE YOUR 60th BIRTHDAY Along with our everyday Friendly, Pro lfessional services White's Pharmacy offer you the following reasons to trade with US -Senior Citizens Discount (60 yrs. & older) -Everyday Low Prices -Family Profile Sysftem -Night Phone to Call in Refills -Charge Accounts -24 Hour Emergency Prescription Service -Major Medical Insurance Statements Visa Accounts Prompt, Dependable Service with Deep Gratitude for Your Business SENiO#CiTiZENS 60 years or older with this card!: r qVhitds Pharmacy;', lnc. 303 East Pine Avenue Wigns, Mississippi 39577 Tekphone (601) 928-4421 , Just complete the application and present it to the Pharmacist on duty. He will be glad to explain the Program completely and to assist you with the application. SAVINGS CLUB Nsmo St'oct c,W, PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY State Zip Code Ite of Btrth Social S:urity No. (Month) (Day) (Year) (I emNl  above omvln m 'm) IP PR VALID UNTIL I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I HAVE EXAMINED THE APPLICATION AND THAT APPUCANT 18 ENTITLED TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE SENIOR CITIZENS SAVING8 CLUB.