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LIVESTOCK Queen Zola Harralson, is presenting the 1st place trophy to 14-15 year old Steer Showmanship Class at the State Fair. //; IS hown receiving 1st place trophy in the 9-11 year old Beef Breeding Class. Zola Harralson was the 1979 Livestock Queen at the Mississippi State Women Elect Officers Coast Chapter of Association of Inc. held their on October of of the Junior College, The Bank of and The First of wiggins to order and the given by mpkin, [TOm page I) Kim Goodwin and Randy Gieger John H. Smith's Theresa Honnes anti Todd Herman Davenport's Rebecca Loper and Raymond HolTleroom, and (King); Russell Julie and Michad (King) ; Opal Homeroom, h (Queen) and pbens (King). Show will follow after the  Ki.gs and rrtzes .will be Ist, 2nd, and 3rd .' is invited to come night of fun and All proceeds will Stae Junior High Conditioning Fund. from page 1) Barold Almworth, other high from around 'tunity for the top national winners an all-expense- fourth annual III National Seminar in March 7-10, Participate in aues. In speakers at were such as news com- K. Smith, futurist Buck- and an- Dubm, is ad- by the National of Secondary and funded Company. , selected as Stone High Court, la President, and is career in ckild care. vice president, First National Bank of Lucedale. Ellen Cole, vice president and trust of- ricer, Merchants and Marine Bank, Pascagoula," Ms gave an interesting report on the 57th annual convention of The National Association of Bank Women, Inc. held earlier this month in New Orleans, La. with more than 1300 women from across the nation in attendance. The theme for the convention was "1980, Putting the" Pieces Together." The gulf Coast Chapter was represented with seven members attending. Catherine James, vice president, Hancock Bank, Pass Christian, Ms., in- satalled the new officers of the Gulf Coast Chapter for the up coming year. The new officers are, Chairman, Jo Ann C. Smith, asst vice president & cashier, Bank of Wiggins, Wiggi, Ms., Vice Chairman, Arlene Wasilenko, operations officer, First Mississippi National I Bank, Biloxi, Ms., Secretary and treasurer, Gloris Lenoir, asst vice president, First National Bank of Picayune, Picayune, Ms. STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE- New installed chairman Jo Ann Smith told the group of plans and objectives for the next year. New Dealer Tag Law Effective Nov. 1 A new, tougher motor vehicle tag law becomes d- fective November ,1 and in- spectors of the Motor Vehicle Comptroller's office are in the process of certifying retail dealers for the 1980 tag year. The new law does several things that put a tighter control on the use of dealor tags, according to Comp- troller Joe Sharp. "One of the primary things," said Sharp, "is specifically defining what is required to be a dealer. Undm" the old law a dealer could qualLrT for a permit with little or no apparent place of business." Beginning with the new tag year, however, dealers must have a place of business which meet certain specifications. MVC is required to inspect each dealership prior to issuing a permit and make an additional inspection wiUxin the year. The dealer tag law was strengthened in other ways. Permit fees were raised from $10 annually to $100. For the first tags issued, the price per tag will be $55 plus a ll. tag fee compared to a flat $10 per tag charge previously. Each Stone 4-H'ers Win At State At the Mississippi State Fair, 4-H'ers from Stone County received over g00. through premiums. Exhib/ts were shown in the Dairy Show, Steer Show, Beef Breeding Show, all with corresponding showmanship classes and the Dress Revue. The exhibits were Shep Batson, Kin Batson, Randy Gates, Sandra Gates, Paula Gates, Chris Loveless, Donna Dedeaux and Susan Swflley. First place honors went to Randy Gates, steer showmanship; Susan Swilley, Sr. Heifer Dairy CaLf; Chris Loveless, Angus summer yearling bull; and Shep Batson, Beef Breeding showmanship. [ Building Supply. !: FOR ALL YOUR i BUILDING PRECISION .,,o,:,.o,. ; . suPp0000s pAu,rrs ! nagno|iaDr. PAINTS 925-4682 Are You Tired Of Excuses? WE CONSTANTLY HEAR SOME CANDIDkTES TELL US MISSISSIPPI IS LAST IN EVERYTHING!! THE TRUTH IS WE AREN'T MISSISSIPPI IS l ST IN PRODUCTION OF HARDWOOD PULP lSTIN COMMERCIAL CATFISH PRODUCTION 1ST IN TELEPHONE POLE PRODUCTION , qlSSISSIPPI WAS FIRST TO TRANSPLANT A HEART INTO A HUMAN TRANSPLANT A HUMAN LUNG USE ELECTRICAL ANESTHESIA ESTABLISH A STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN MISSISSIPPI IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF CONDENSED MILK PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION ORDER OF EASTERN STAR 4-H CLUB BIG-TIME BOXING BOTTLED COCA-COLA ROBBIE TRUSsELL WANTS US TO KNOW HE BELIEVES IN MISSISSIPPI AND WANTS TO WORK TO SEE US REACH THE PLACE WE DESERVE. NUMBER ONE Robbie Trussell Representative District 107 Pearl River-Stone- Harrison Counties A STRONG YOUNG MAN WHO CARES tag after the first 12 will cost $7. . Dealer tap will dlingu the type ciealership a permit is ilued to. For example, new car dealors will have "New" Inscribed on the tag, tooor- cycle dealers will have "Motorcycle," heavy truck deak will have "Truck", etc. Fines for vLolaUen of the dealer tag law have also been toughened, b tL,.st offense is $Ioo, second t/fence 0, and third and mlequent offenses and forfeiture foe one year of all dealer license plates ueigned to the deaor in vtofation. "We're asking eit/zens to mmist us In eorctng the new dealer tag law," said Sharp. "A dealer cnplaint tile has Headlightlng Costly In Stone County On Oct. 12 conservatien officer CheWer Diaz arrested five Harrimm County men In the Ramsey  Com- munRy for headllghtlng deer, according to chie law officer Mitch Reeves of the MisalaMppi Department of Wildlife C, omrvation. After pleading guilty before Judge W.D. Rustin, received a t50 fine and a 15-day sled Jail tam. Along with a 16.guage, pump shotgun, a total of $1,250 plus court costa were collected from the group. The Veterans Ad- ministration manages the nation's largest health care system which includ 172 me- dical centers, 220 outpatient clinics, 91 nursing been act up and all complaints regarding tag abuse will be investigated. "We're  citizens to assist us ia erdorcipg the new dealer tag law," said Sharp. "A dealer complaint file has been set up and all complaints regarding tag abuse will be investigated." Fall Fishing Is Good Rogers Lake at Silver Run Boats .Bait- Snacks 17 mi. SW of Wiggins; 12 ml. W of Perkinston Mrs. Wells on duty at bait shop 928.7500 928.74 74 Vote For Performance Not Promise Re-Elect Wade O. Smith EXPERIENCED . HONEST - WILLING AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVE I HELPED PASS: 1. Tax Reductions of over $I00,000,000 the past 4 years. 2. Increased pay for our school teachers an average of 7 per- cent this '79 session. 3. Increased appropriations for public education over FY 79 $38,295,238. 4. Increased appropriations for senior colleges over FY 79 $5,692,629. 5. Increased appropriations for junior colleges over FY 79 ,2,327,000. 6. Vocational and Technical training in our Junior Colleges. 7. Established School of Dentistry. 8. Established School of Veterinary Science. 9. E',xemption of all ad valorem taxes up to $5000 assessed value for those 65 years and older; also disabled service connected veterans. Effective 1-1-80 all persons classified as disabled under the Federal Social Security Act also be exemnted. 10. Reduction of State Income Tax, also repealed 5 percent sales tax on Prescription Drugs. 21. Repealed sales tax on electric, gas and water bills for residential use. 12. Authorized use of generic drugs under certain conditions. Remember - "Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall; Wade O. works for them all." Vote For and Help, Re-Elect Wade O. Smith State Representative Dist. 107 (Pd. Pol. Adv.) To the customers, employees, and friends of Mississippi Power Company...An expression of Hurricane Frederic caused extensive damage to our electric system throughout southeast Mississippi and left some 100,000 Mississippi Power Company customers without electric service. To our customers, many of whom suffered grievous personal losses, we express our grateful appreciation for your kindness, patience, and understanding during the period before electric service was restored to your homes and businesses. The Herculean task of restoring electric service could not have been accomplished without the dedication of our employees and those of other companies who were concerned about the well- being d their feUowman. Neighboring utilities promptly provided men and equipment to help us in this restoration effort. The more than 1,350 men and women involved in the restora- tion d dectric service have our sincere thanks for a hard job weU done. Mississippi Power the southem.electric system " " LIVESTOCK Queen Zola Harralson, is presenting the 1st place trophy to 14-15 year old Steer Showmanship Class at the State Fair. //; IS hown receiving 1st place trophy in the 9-11 year old Beef Breeding Class. Zola Harralson was the 1979 Livestock Queen at the Mississippi State Women Elect Officers Coast Chapter of Association of Inc. held their on October of of the Junior College, The Bank of and The First of wiggins to order and the given by mpkin, [TOm page I) Kim Goodwin and Randy Gieger John H. Smith's Theresa Honnes anti Todd Herman Davenport's Rebecca Loper and Raymond HolTleroom, and (King); Russell Julie and Michad (King) ; Opal Homeroom, h (Queen) and pbens (King). Show will follow after the  Ki.gs and rrtzes .will be Ist, 2nd, and 3rd .' is invited to come night of fun and All proceeds will Stae Junior High Conditioning Fund. from page 1) Barold Almworth, other high from around 'tunity for the top national winners an all-expense- fourth annual III National Seminar in March 7-10, Participate in aues. In speakers at were such as news com- K. Smith, futurist Buck- and an- Dubm, is ad- by the National of Secondary and funded Company. , selected as Stone High Court, la President, and is career in ckild care. vice president, First National Bank of Lucedale. Ellen Cole, vice president and trust of- ricer, Merchants and Marine Bank, Pascagoula," Ms gave an interesting report on the 57th annual convention of The National Association of Bank Women, Inc. held earlier this month in New Orleans, La. with more than 1300 women from across the nation in attendance. The theme for the convention was "1980, Putting the" Pieces Together." The gulf Coast Chapter was represented with seven members attending. Catherine James, vice president, Hancock Bank, Pass Christian, Ms., in- satalled the new officers of the Gulf Coast Chapter for the up coming year. The new officers are, Chairman, Jo Ann C. Smith, asst vice president & cashier, Bank of Wiggins, Wiggi, Ms., Vice Chairman, Arlene Wasilenko, operations officer, First Mississippi National I Bank, Biloxi, Ms., Secretary and treasurer, Gloris Lenoir, asst vice president, First National Bank of Picayune, Picayune, Ms. STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE- New installed chairman Jo Ann Smith told the group of plans and objectives for the next year. New Dealer Tag Law Effective Nov. 1 A new, tougher motor vehicle tag law becomes d- fective November ,1 and in- spectors of the Motor Vehicle Comptroller's office are in the process of certifying retail dealers for the 1980 tag year. The new law does several things that put a tighter control on the use of dealor tags, according to Comp- troller Joe Sharp. "One of the primary things," said Sharp, "is specifically defining what is required to be a dealer. Undm" the old law a dealer could qualLrT for a permit with little or no apparent place of business." Beginning with the new tag year, however, dealers must have a place of business which meet certain specifications. MVC is required to inspect each dealership prior to issuing a permit and make an additional inspection wiUxin the year. The dealer tag law was strengthened in other ways. Permit fees were raised from $10 annually to $100. For the first tags issued, the price per tag will be $55 plus a ll. tag fee compared to a flat $10 per tag charge previously. Each Stone 4-H'ers Win At State At the Mississippi State Fair, 4-H'ers from Stone County received over g00. through premiums. Exhib/ts were shown in the Dairy Show, Steer Show, Beef Breeding Show, all with corresponding showmanship classes and the Dress Revue. The exhibits were Shep Batson, Kin Batson, Randy Gates, Sandra Gates, Paula Gates, Chris Loveless, Donna Dedeaux and Susan Swflley. First place honors went to Randy Gates, steer showmanship; Susan Swilley, Sr. Heifer Dairy CaLf; Chris Loveless, Angus summer yearling bull; and Shep Batson, Beef Breeding showmanship. [ Building Supply. !: FOR ALL YOUR i BUILDING PRECISION .,,o,:,.o,. ; . suPp0000s pAu,rrs ! nagno|iaDr. PAINTS 925-4682 Are You Tired Of Excuses? WE CONSTANTLY HEAR SOME CANDIDkTES TELL US MISSISSIPPI IS LAST IN EVERYTHING!! THE TRUTH IS WE AREN'T MISSISSIPPI IS l ST IN PRODUCTION OF HARDWOOD PULP lSTIN COMMERCIAL CATFISH PRODUCTION 1ST IN TELEPHONE POLE PRODUCTION , qlSSISSIPPI WAS FIRST TO TRANSPLANT A HEART INTO A HUMAN TRANSPLANT A HUMAN LUNG USE ELECTRICAL ANESTHESIA ESTABLISH A STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN MISSISSIPPI IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF CONDENSED MILK PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION ORDER OF EASTERN STAR 4-H CLUB BIG-TIME BOXING BOTTLED COCA-COLA ROBBIE TRUSsELL WANTS US TO KNOW HE BELIEVES IN MISSISSIPPI AND WANTS TO WORK TO SEE US REACH THE PLACE WE DESERVE. NUMBER ONE Robbie Trussell Representative District 107 Pearl River-Stone- Harrison Counties A STRONG YOUNG MAN WHO CARES tag after the first 12 will cost $7. . Dealer tap will dlingu the type ciealership a permit is ilued to. For example, new car dealors will have "New" Inscribed on the tag, tooor- cycle dealers will have "Motorcycle," heavy truck deak will have "Truck", etc. Fines for vLolaUen of the dealer tag law have also been toughened, b tL,.st offense is $Ioo, second t/fence 0, and third and mlequent offenses and forfeiture foe one year of all dealer license plates ueigned to the deaor in vtofation. "We're asking eit/zens to mmist us In eorctng the new dealer tag law," said Sharp. "A dealer cnplaint tile has Headlightlng Costly In Stone County On Oct. 12 conservatien officer CheWer Diaz arrested five Harrimm County men In the Ramsey  Com- munRy for headllghtlng deer, according to chie law officer Mitch Reeves of the MisalaMppi Department of Wildlife C, omrvation. After pleading guilty before Judge W.D. Rustin, received a t50 fine and a 15-day sled Jail tam. Along with a 16.guage, pump shotgun, a total of $1,250 plus court costa were collected from the group. The Veterans Ad- ministration manages the nation's largest health care system which includ 172 me- dical centers, 220 outpatient clinics, 91 nursing been act up and all complaints regarding tag abuse will be investigated. "We're  citizens to assist us ia erdorcipg the new dealer tag law," said Sharp. "A dealer complaint file has been set up and all complaints regarding tag abuse will be investigated." Fall Fishing Is Good Rogers Lake at Silver Run Boats .Bait- Snacks 17 mi. SW of Wiggins; 12 ml. W of Perkinston Mrs. Wells on duty at bait shop 928.7500 928.74 74 Vote For Performance Not Promise Re-Elect Wade O. Smith EXPERIENCED . HONEST - WILLING AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVE I HELPED PASS: 1. Tax Reductions of over $I00,000,000 the past 4 years. 2. Increased pay for our school teachers an average of 7 per- cent this '79 session. 3. Increased appropriations for public education over FY 79 $38,295,238. 4. Increased appropriations for senior colleges over FY 79 $5,692,629. 5. Increased appropriations for junior colleges over FY 79 ,2,327,000. 6. Vocational and Technical training in our Junior Colleges. 7. Established School of Dentistry. 8. Established School of Veterinary Science. 9. E',xemption of all ad valorem taxes up to $5000 assessed value for those 65 years and older; also disabled service connected veterans. Effective 1-1-80 all persons classified as disabled under the Federal Social Security Act also be exemnted. 10. Reduction of State Income Tax, also repealed 5 percent sales tax on Prescription Drugs. 21. Repealed sales tax on electric, gas and water bills for residential use. 12. Authorized use of generic drugs under certain conditions. Remember - "Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall; Wade O. works for them all." Vote For and Help, Re-Elect Wade O. Smith State Representative Dist. 107 (Pd. Pol. Adv.) To the customers, employees, and friends of Mississippi Power Company...An expression of Hurricane Frederic caused extensive damage to our electric system throughout southeast Mississippi and left some 100,000 Mississippi Power Company customers without electric service. To our customers, many of whom suffered grievous personal losses, we express our grateful appreciation for your kindness, patience, and understanding during the period before electric service was restored to your homes and businesses. The Herculean task of restoring electric service could not have been accomplished without the dedication of our employees and those of other companies who were concerned about the well- being d their feUowman. Neighboring utilities promptly provided men and equipment to help us in this restoration effort. The more than 1,350 men and women involved in the restora- tion d dectric service have our sincere thanks for a hard job weU done. Mississippi Power the southem.electric system " "