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ns (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, November 21, 1957 00HOME/ By GLORIA AULTMAN, Ageat Now is the time to set evergreens so they can become w-ell established over winter. Many expert gardners have success in planting ever-greens in spring, even summer---but these iperiods are more risky thn autumn. limiting factor is winter. Evergreens should be dug with a ball of earth around the roots. Plants growing on clay soil can !>e dug with a ball much easier than thee on sandy ++oil. The size of the :ball of earth to dig varies wth the species of plant and type of soil. Wrap the ball of soil and roots with burlap. A good rule is to dig the ball of earth about one foot in dis- meter for each inch diameter of the trunk (or cluster of leader stem i :of shrub). Dig the hole several in- i ehes deeper tlaan the ball will be lplaced in order that fertile soil can be placed under the roots. Begin filling around the ball with fertile topsoil. WELL-D manure can be mixed with the top- soft, but never use fresh manure. Place soft around the roots in lay-! ers of several inches and pack each ! layer firmly. Adequate soil should i be worked under the crown. When] i the hole is 3/4 full of soil, soak t :with water to remove air pockets. Then fill hole with soil to level of surrounding ground, and leave a slight basin or saucer. Fill this basin with water to soak soil and force out air pockets. If settling occurs, refill depression to original level. Pill saucer at least everyother -IE DAY you ::re born is the most in.,rmrtnt day of your life. And just giving it to us in the coupon below may be one of the most important acts of your life. It will enable us to give you information about a plan that gives pos/t/ve protection to your income. Thanks to its famous low cost and reliabilty in cases of emergency, it is probably the most talked about health and accident polic in the whole world of insurance. GEO. COUTOUMANOS P. O. BOX NO. 676 District ltnager GULPOIT, MISS LOUIS MUIRHEAD P. O. BOX NO. 2383 Special Agent GULF]PORT, MISS. SEND US YOUR BIRTH DATE TOOAY_.._.: TO WAIT MAY BE TOO LATE. i i i Mmal000maha00o_.----__00 V. J. SKUTI', President  I MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT AssOaATION. | LARGEST EXCLUSIVE HEALTH AND ACCIDENT COMPANY | IN THE WORLD. MUTUAL OF OMAHA PAYS OUT AN AVERAGE OF MORE THAN $1,975,000 EACH WEEK! ! f..---... .......... ----------....-.-..----, ! Mississippi Coast Agency , , Dept. 000 P. O. BOx No. 676 Gu2fr.ort, MLssissippl i My birth date is .... | ONTH DAY YEAI | Name I I I I I | ! I Z. -.--. ._j STONE C_.,Oq Y ENTERPRISE lay for a month, if there is no rain. ! insecticide, if you have insecticide attachments. Wish I'd Been Careful t That's what a lot of folks are ssy- ' More Insurance? ing and storing my winter clothes I You probably are already saying ing and storing my winter clothes you have more insurance than you to prevent damage. As they take [can Py for? But here's another you ithem out of closets and chests, ]may want to investigate. It's credit they're finding almost new eoats llif e insurance. and skirts and jackets ruined. This Credit life insurance is insurance is a sad lesson, on the life of a borrower to cover Moths do most of their damage in summer time. But they love warmth. When the house is corn-] fortably cozy we have to guard! t against these pests, too. I 1 I The moths most friendly allms .are dirt and carelessness. Just kill- ing the moth you see flying is no proof you've ended the risk to your It clothes, blankets and other rugs, !things moths feed on. That flying moth does not In- jure your woolens itself. It is a good warning though to watch for its larvae that is so destructive. Ask for a copy of Extension Pub- lication 245, Kill Household Insects, at your home agent's office. It gives information on moth controls and control o other household in- ,sects as ants. roaches and flies. If you have a vacuum cleaner, ' it is effective equipment to clean upholstered furniture, dark corners and areas under couches--to eli- ,minate dust and lint which moths may lurk. Your vacuum cleaner may t .e used also to apply an approved IT'S NEW, IT'S HERE ?NEItE*$ #@ $#OPPIN@ $@IBE IgE rlfE 14$$1FIE&l Use the of your new Telephone Direc- tory to find who buys, sells, rents or repairs Th Yellow Pages list the names, ad- dresses and telephone numbers of business subscribers, alphabetically arranged under headings generally descriptive of their business, profession, or the commodity or service they sell. Look First in the Yellow Pages for. The nearest dealer * A list M dealers * A particular brand or product , An authorized service e A business where only the address is known e Whatever you need, whenever you need it AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY I1"1 I [1| llf" i ...... IIIIIIII _ I II " IIII I el N payments, see the inside of yeur home. But V ew Spiced Orange SUces a large number will pa judgment as they drive by. , I Next time you cook a pork roast J. R. Whit#e arid J. N. White spent or other meat, perhaps you will Will they look at your yard and Saturday afternoon in Hattiesburg. iwan t to try this spicy, golden gar- home surroundings with approval? Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bullard spent nish: !Saturday in Gulfport. I Select 3 large oranges and cut Or criticism? i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bond and into slices % inch thick. Next, daughter, Bettie, spent Sunday cream 2 tablespoons sugar with 2 i with the Bill Moore family m Kre-!teaspoons butter or margarine. 'ole. ]Spread % teaspoon of this mixture fen each orange slice and stick with I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and 1 i3 whole cloves. children of Wiggins, and Mr. and Thirty minutes before the end ,Mrs. H. H. Moore of Big Level, spent i o f the roasting time, place the Sunday in Mobile with Mr. and orange slices in the ove: and bake Mrs. Gavin Hamilton, Jr. [with the meat. i r. and Mrs. R. C. Cagle of Me- i i bile visited Mrs. C a g 1 e ' s bro- Prevent accidents by sticking ther, D. R. Hall Su.day aftermon, isharp-pointed sciors into a cork I Mrs Hollis Johnston of Gul[port before putting them into sewing was a week end visitor with rel-Ibas ket or bag. Tle cork will also lives in Wiggins and Big Level. ,serve as a safe place to stick loose SSgt. Nelos Breland and family !needles and pins. of Anchorage. Alaska, have arrived home. He received his discharge in! A comparatively few people will Seattle, Washington. payment of a loun in case the bor- rower dies before completing pay- ments. Txenty years ago this type of insurance was hardly known or used. Today, the Institute of Life Insurance reports that nearly half or all consumer credit that can be covered by this kind of nsurance is under its protecting umbrella. You may want to investigate this i type of insurance if you borrow !much money. Last year it saved American fam- ilies from payng out $77 million in individual loans or installment DON00 WORRY ... CALL FLURRY St. ? Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and Termites. FLURRY EXTERMINATINC CO. PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 WIGGINS ii i ,FIRST CLASS . . . AUTO REPAIRING gIJECrRIC & At,ETYLENI WEI,DING NEW & USED PARTS JAMES SCOTT Gaqe At My R_lden i East WSt DIAL WA 8-4961 DAY AND NIGHT 81gigvIClg iiii i i i iii Are You Sick? Do you suffer with head- aches? Neuritis? Sinus trouble? Deafness? Eye weakness? Kidney, stom- ach or liver disorders? Const;nation? Misery in back or head and neck? Dull ache in lowe back? Pain in mus and joints? Nerves uteady, etc.? Chiropraetie gets sick people well many times after other met- hods fail. Why suffer any longer. See your chiropractor at once. Dr. V. L. Tutt|e CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday 10to5 Saturday 9 to 12 Located in Edgar Bst OfflN Wgt NOTICE BRING YOUR BEEF TO US We will Chill, Cut, Wrap and Quick Freeze your Meat for Home Freezer or your Locker. WE RENT LOCKERS FOR STORAGE WIGGINS FROZEN FOODS Dial WA 8-4293 Wlggilm SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE PLUG IN...I'M REDDY 4 Just flip a switch and Reddy Kilowatt goes to work Flipping an electric switch is such a simple task that we often take eleotri:lty for granted. There's always a depend- able supply of eleetricai energy ready to be used whenever you need it. There's no storage problem -- no waiting. Elec- tricDy serves you instantly! It's almost like magic. But behind your electric switch is Mississippi Power Com- pany's family of over 650 skilled men and women plus md- rth of ui ment that make this magical lions of dollars we q P + . servant of yours a reality. ! Yes, Reddy Kilowatt is':your-magica I servant, avsilh.le to you whenever you call-day or night - weekends and hohdays. And all you need dFis plug in -:.... i'm Reddy. i i  ,, i!! / ? ns (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, November 21, 1957 00HOME/ By GLORIA AULTMAN, Ageat Now is the time to set evergreens so they can become w-ell established over winter. Many expert gardners have success in planting ever-greens in spring, even summer---but these iperiods are more risky thn autumn. limiting factor is winter. Evergreens should be dug with a ball of earth around the roots. Plants growing on clay soil can !>e dug with a ball much easier than thee on sandy ++oil. The size of the :ball of earth to dig varies wth the species of plant and type of soil. Wrap the ball of soil and roots with burlap. A good rule is to dig the ball of earth about one foot in dis- meter for each inch diameter of the trunk (or cluster of leader stem i :of shrub). Dig the hole several in- i ehes deeper tlaan the ball will be lplaced in order that fertile soil can be placed under the roots. Begin filling around the ball with fertile topsoil. WELL-D manure can be mixed with the top- soft, but never use fresh manure. Place soft around the roots in lay-! ers of several inches and pack each ! layer firmly. Adequate soil should i be worked under the crown. When] i the hole is 3/4 full of soil, soak t :with water to remove air pockets. Then fill hole with soil to level of surrounding ground, and leave a slight basin or saucer. Fill this basin with water to soak soil and force out air pockets. If settling occurs, refill depression to original level. Pill saucer at least everyother -IE DAY you ::re born is the most in.,rmrtnt day of your life. And just giving it to us in the coupon below may be one of the most important acts of your life. It will enable us to give you information about a plan that gives pos/t/ve protection to your income. Thanks to its famous low cost and reliabilty in cases of emergency, it is probably the most talked about health and accident polic in the whole world of insurance. GEO. COUTOUMANOS P. O. BOX NO. 676 District ltnager GULPOIT, MISS LOUIS MUIRHEAD P. O. BOX NO. 2383 Special Agent GULF]PORT, MISS. SEND US YOUR BIRTH DATE TOOAY_.._.: TO WAIT MAY BE TOO LATE. i i i Mmal000maha00o_.----__00 V. J. SKUTI', President  I MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT AssOaATION. | LARGEST EXCLUSIVE HEALTH AND ACCIDENT COMPANY | IN THE WORLD. MUTUAL OF OMAHA PAYS OUT AN AVERAGE OF MORE THAN $1,975,000 EACH WEEK! ! f..---... .......... ----------....-.-..----, ! Mississippi Coast Agency , , Dept. 000 P. O. BOx No. 676 Gu2fr.ort, MLssissippl i My birth date is .... | ONTH DAY YEAI | Name I I I I I | ! I Z. -.--. ._j STONE C_.,Oq Y ENTERPRISE lay for a month, if there is no rain. ! insecticide, if you have insecticide attachments. Wish I'd Been Careful t That's what a lot of folks are ssy- ' More Insurance? ing and storing my winter clothes I You probably are already saying ing and storing my winter clothes you have more insurance than you to prevent damage. As they take [can Py for? But here's another you ithem out of closets and chests, ]may want to investigate. It's credit they're finding almost new eoats llif e insurance. and skirts and jackets ruined. This Credit life insurance is insurance is a sad lesson, on the life of a borrower to cover Moths do most of their damage in summer time. But they love warmth. When the house is corn-] fortably cozy we have to guard! t against these pests, too. I 1 I The moths most friendly allms .are dirt and carelessness. Just kill- ing the moth you see flying is no proof you've ended the risk to your It clothes, blankets and other rugs, !things moths feed on. That flying moth does not In- jure your woolens itself. It is a good warning though to watch for its larvae that is so destructive. Ask for a copy of Extension Pub- lication 245, Kill Household Insects, at your home agent's office. It gives information on moth controls and control o other household in- ,sects as ants. roaches and flies. If you have a vacuum cleaner, ' it is effective equipment to clean upholstered furniture, dark corners and areas under couches--to eli- ,minate dust and lint which moths may lurk. Your vacuum cleaner may t .e used also to apply an approved IT'S NEW, IT'S HERE ?NEItE*$ #@ $#OPPIN@ $@IBE IgE rlfE 14$$1FIE&l Use the of your new Telephone Direc- tory to find who buys, sells, rents or repairs Th Yellow Pages list the names, ad- dresses and telephone numbers of business subscribers, alphabetically arranged under headings generally descriptive of their business, profession, or the commodity or service they sell. Look First in the Yellow Pages for. The nearest dealer * A list M dealers * A particular brand or product , An authorized service e A business where only the address is known e Whatever you need, whenever you need it AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY I1"1 I [1| llf" i ...... IIIIIIII _ I II " IIII I el N payments, see the inside of yeur home. But V ew Spiced Orange SUces a large number will pa judgment as they drive by. , I Next time you cook a pork roast J. R. Whit#e arid J. N. White spent or other meat, perhaps you will Will they look at your yard and Saturday afternoon in Hattiesburg. iwan t to try this spicy, golden gar- home surroundings with approval? Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bullard spent nish: !Saturday in Gulfport. I Select 3 large oranges and cut Or criticism? i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bond and into slices % inch thick. Next, daughter, Bettie, spent Sunday cream 2 tablespoons sugar with 2 i with the Bill Moore family m Kre-!teaspoons butter or margarine. 'ole. ]Spread % teaspoon of this mixture fen each orange slice and stick with I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and 1 i3 whole cloves. children of Wiggins, and Mr. and Thirty minutes before the end ,Mrs. H. H. Moore of Big Level, spent i o f the roasting time, place the Sunday in Mobile with Mr. and orange slices in the ove: and bake Mrs. Gavin Hamilton, Jr. [with the meat. i r. and Mrs. R. C. Cagle of Me- i i bile visited Mrs. C a g 1 e ' s bro- Prevent accidents by sticking ther, D. R. Hall Su.day aftermon, isharp-pointed sciors into a cork I Mrs Hollis Johnston of Gul[port before putting them into sewing was a week end visitor with rel-Ibas ket or bag. Tle cork will also lives in Wiggins and Big Level. ,serve as a safe place to stick loose SSgt. Nelos Breland and family !needles and pins. of Anchorage. Alaska, have arrived home. He received his discharge in! A comparatively few people will Seattle, Washington. payment of a loun in case the bor- rower dies before completing pay- ments. Txenty years ago this type of insurance was hardly known or used. Today, the Institute of Life Insurance reports that nearly half or all consumer credit that can be covered by this kind of nsurance is under its protecting umbrella. You may want to investigate this i type of insurance if you borrow !much money. Last year it saved American fam- ilies from payng out $77 million in individual loans or installment DON00 WORRY ... CALL FLURRY St. ? Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and Termites. FLURRY EXTERMINATINC CO. PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 WIGGINS ii i ,FIRST CLASS . . . AUTO REPAIRING gIJECrRIC & At,ETYLENI WEI,DING NEW & USED PARTS JAMES SCOTT Gaqe At My R_lden i East WSt DIAL WA 8-4961 DAY AND NIGHT 81gigvIClg iiii i i i iii Are You Sick? Do you suffer with head- aches? Neuritis? Sinus trouble? Deafness? Eye weakness? Kidney, stom- ach or liver disorders? Const;nation? Misery in back or head and neck? Dull ache in lowe back? Pain in mus and joints? Nerves uteady, etc.? Chiropraetie gets sick people well many times after other met- hods fail. Why suffer any longer. See your chiropractor at once. Dr. V. L. Tutt|e CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday 10to5 Saturday 9 to 12 Located in Edgar Bst OfflN Wgt NOTICE BRING YOUR BEEF TO US We will Chill, Cut, Wrap and Quick Freeze your Meat for Home Freezer or your Locker. WE RENT LOCKERS FOR STORAGE WIGGINS FROZEN FOODS Dial WA 8-4293 Wlggilm SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE PLUG IN...I'M REDDY 4 Just flip a switch and Reddy Kilowatt goes to work Flipping an electric switch is such a simple task that we often take eleotri:lty for granted. There's always a depend- able supply of eleetricai energy ready to be used whenever you need it. There's no storage problem -- no waiting. Elec- tricDy serves you instantly! It's almost like magic. But behind your electric switch is Mississippi Power Com- pany's family of over 650 skilled men and women plus md- rth of ui ment that make this magical lions of dollars we q P + . servant of yours a reality. ! Yes, Reddy Kilowatt is':your-magica I servant, avsilh.le to you whenever you call-day or night - weekends and hohdays. And all you need dFis plug in -:.... i'm Reddy. i i  ,, i!! / ?