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....... :- I I I I ....... Miss Kay Swayze To Head State TAP Drive For '58 ---'Jl | Miss Kay Swayze of Oxford and University is the 1958 State Chair- man of the Teens Against Polio campaign for the 1958 March of Imes. Her Co-Chairman iS Miss {tarlotte Heyer of Darlove. Miss Swayze, with Miss. Hayer, ll direct the activities of high hcolers, college students and ele- rntary school students in the diive for funds, as well as in a lign to encourage all Missis- ians under the age of 39 to take leventive inoculations of Salk pol- Let tm put your radia- tor in tip top shape for winter performance. Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial  Z-17 081 Corinne fit. HattlMbm KAY SWAYZF o vaccine. The TAPs will conduct many special activities such as selling lollipops, balloons, peanuts, cards and the like, in addition to other street activities to raise funds. They will plan and sponsor various kinds of entertainments and sports rodents for the March of Dimes and will again be a large factor in the success of the annual March of Dimes fund drive. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swayze of University, Kay, [served as Lafayette County clmir- man last year. Her group was the most outstanding one in the state in the amount of money raised per " TQWN OF WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI BUDGET OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL "gEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1958 L. Actual Budget  for yeas for ; ended ensuring 9/30/57 year 57/58 $ 1,840.25 : Privilege Ueenses ............................... 511.30 Permits and other fees .......................... 8,524.25 Miscellaneous .................................. Transfer from Street improvement fund ...... 91.47 Trmasfer from Special State fund .............. 24.75 Traner from Stock Pen fund .................. 59.00 Total revenue before taxation ................ 11,051.02 Cash balance to begin .......................... 4,779.81 Total revenue (before taxation) and begin 15,830.83 balance ...................................... Amount necessary to raise from taxation ...... 15,248.98 Total revenue and cash balance to begin ..... $31,079.81 ENDrrURES IOIPERVISION AND FINANCE Salaries  waged ............................... $ 4,720"00 Supplles and expense ........................... 2,491.38 Tottl supervision and finance ................ 7,211.38 PROTECTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY Police salaries ..................................... 3.561.00 Police supplies and expense ....................... ii0.06 Tottl police department .......................... 3,671.06 Fire department salaries .......................... 434.00 Fire department supplies and expense ............ 7132,3 Fire department equipment .................... 740.00 Total fire department .......................... 1.887.83 CARE AND MAINTENANCE PUBLIC PROPERTY Salaries and wages {including cemetery) ...... 1195.00 Sup and expense ............................... 39.85 FlUipvnent and capital outlay .................. 600.00 Toftl care and maintenance public property __ 1,834.85 MAINTENANCE STRUTS AND STRUCTURES lafles and wages ................................. 4,871.00 Supplies and expense ............................... 6.206.44 al maintenance streets & structures ....... 11.077.44 Trarfer to Water and Sewer Sinking Fund .... Trarmfer to water works-bills paid ............ 178.17 Traner to water and sewer corpus ............. 770.59 Total other .................................... 948.76 Total disbursements ......................... 26,631.32 Balance to close .............................. 4,448.49 Total disbursements and balance to close ....... $31,079.81 PUBLIC UTILITY FUNI WATER WORK REVENUE Water sales ..................................... $17,378.40 Transfer from general fund-bills paid .......... 178.17 Cash balance to begin .......................... 2,151.34 Total revenue 9rod beginning balance ........ $19,707.91 rrURES Salaries and wages ............................. $ 7,41g.50 Strpplies and expense ....................  ...... 7,107.38 Equipment ...................................... 92.70 Transfer water and sewer sinking fund ........ 750.00 Transfer to water and sewer contingent fund __ 150.00 TranSfer to water and sewer depreciation fund __ 150.00 Balance to close ................................ 4,044.33 Total expenditures and balance to close ...... $19,707.91 BOND AND INTEREST RETIREMENT FUNDS REVE-NE Cash balance to begin ........................... $ 325.09 Transfer from water Works oper. & Mtint ..... 750.00 Trmfer from water and sewer corpus ........ 5,500.00 Transfer from general fund .................... Transfer from water and sewer system fund .... Necessary to raise by taxation ................ 3,023.02 Misoellaneous revenue .......................... 6.75 revenue and beginning balance ........ $12,804.86 ii zxpmDrrum ii . OIRAL ISSUES , . Bond redemption ................................ $ 3,0O0.0O In paid ................................... 370.00 *rralmfer to general fund ...................... 91.47 "l.ai general issues .......................... $ 3,461.47 K)ND AND I'EI%_T REF_NT FUNDS EXPENDrrntd. E ISSUES Interest paid ................................... $ 426.25 TOtal genera] and revenue issues ............ 7,787.72 Gaalt balance to close .......................... 5,017.14 Total tttres and eloe[ng balance ...... $12,8046 $ 1,850.0 150.00 7,775.00 9,775.00 4,448.49 14,223.49 17,926.51 $32,150.00 $ 5,000.00 2,250.00 7,250.0O 3,600.00 150.00 3,750.00 500.00 600.00 8O0.0O CHARLOTTE HYER capita. Last year, she was chosen Miss University High and served as Oxford's representative in the "Miss Hospitality "" contest. She is presently a member of the Fresh- man Class at Ole Miss, where she is a member of Chi Omega sorority. Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hyer of Darlove, was a victim of Folio in 1946. Thclgh till on crutchas, she is a Junior at Mississippi College in Clinton. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PULPWOOD AND NAVAL STORES 1,900.00 1,950.00 100.00 150.00 1,250.00 5,000.00 I0,009.00 15,000.00 3.000.00 3,000.00 32,150.00 0 $32,150.00 $30,000.00 4.044.33 $34,044.33 $ 8.500.00 6,500.00 13,877.55 600.00 600.00 3,966.78 $34,O44.33 $ 5,017.14 3.000.00 13,ff17.55 2,95757 $2402.26 $ 2,500.00 290.00 $ 2,790.00 $11,026.50 Notice is hereby given that bids will be received in the office of the Forester in Charge of the University Forest Lands, lute A, Perkinston, Miss., up until 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of December, 1957 for the sale of the following described tim- her: Sale No. lNaval Stores---All pine timber spotted with yellow paint for naval stores purposes on the follow- ing described University lands: Sections 35 and 36, Township 3 South, Range 10 West and upon parts of Section I and 2, Town- ship 4 South, Range 10 West. Sale No. 2---PulpwoodAll pine timber spotted with yellow paint at breast height and stump level upon the following described Universy lands: Section 3 and 4, Township 4 South, Range 10 West Sections 34 and 33, Township 3 South, Range 10 West. Separate bids shall be submitted on each sale and shall be presented in a sealed envelop e, clearly marked on the outside as to the sale num- ber on which the bid is offered Bidder will submit on each separate bid on each sale a Cashier's chec.t: in the sum of $250.00 payable to th University of Mississippi as a guar- antee of entering into contract, fur- nishing bond and layment of bid This deposit shall be subject to for- feit unless t]e contract is co.npleted {and bond furnished within 30 days ' after notice of acceptance of the bid, A bond for the faithful per- formance of the contract in the penal sum of 100O.O0 will be re- quired fo reach sale. All the bids shall be subject to tle approval of the Board of Trustees of Institution of Higher Learning, and the right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved. On this the 19th day of Novem- ber, 1957. J. B. Brown, Forester in charge universllV Of lqssrppt. NOTICE TO ALL MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLIERS Bids will be acceIff up until 12:00 Noon, December 12, I957, for the below described equipment: 2---Cool Vapor Oxygen tents which permit high concentra- tion of oxygen, comglete with aerosol therapy head tent and nembulmr. Also  compress- ion gauge whicl3 will permit the tent to be operated under pre- ue. 1---Compressor Aspirator pump with alI-free filter air provid- ing pressure up to 30 P.S.I. with adjustable needl valve control with 1/6 horse power, 60 Cycle, A.C. electric motor. 2Mufflr Ja, air intake fil- ter pressure fitting on output side. 1--1000 co. suction bottle. 3--Wire safety cord, plastic coated wire base. Bids will be opened by the Board )f Directors, Stone County Hospi- tal, on or about December 14, 1957. All bids will be addressed to Stone Cotmty Hospital, Wiggins Missis- sippi. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waver any in- formalitieS. C. N. Steele, ,Administrator N21/8/D5 lO,00.78 one wa for man keep head above water y out of{ $24,802.26 expensive diveS, E[E STON COUNTY ENTERPRI.  T Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, November 21, 1957 CHANCERY SUMMONS Susie Ereland, addresses of than five pecent from the year No. 1867 these persons are unknown, before. On the other hand. beef . You are summoned to appear be- i production frequently has changed THE STATE OF MISSISSIy;I Gre the Ct]ancery Court of Stone ias nmch as l0 to 12 percent, Al- TO: Heirs of Missouri Adelin o:d. County in said :3:e...,. (.: the l'drd l though dairy fa:ms at: decreasing names, post office ddreses Monday of April,. 1333. t, de- in number, a drop of nine p,rcent and street addres:es unknow.,: fend the suit No. l&id'kt :t-'d co,Jr[ between 1949 and 1955, til size of Heirs of William Fairley. of Chancery whcrc:n you are a de- dairy herds is increasing. Milk co':: names, post office addreaes fendant. and street addrses unk-mwn: I This 13th day o X,vzm'.;a':. I'U7 Heirs of Nancy Berry, names, it(Seal ) Hoilie T. Ecn,d CIcrk N1L21 28 D5 Post Office adresses and street addresses unkno,. 1; t Heirs of Fmmie Savor. names, i post office addreses and ] street addresses unknown; Heirs of Corine Armtroug Brown, nmnes, post ofiic ad- dresses and street addre.ss unknown; and Maude Savor. post office address or straet address unknown. Ruble Brown. Linda Smith dud Jeasie Lee Eans. addrc.s-3 f these persons are llllkl]OVil : and Mrs. H. A. Wand. G561 Catina Street, New Orleans. Louisiana. LEGAl, NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIEARING A frigid silence at home is cel- a sign that a man will have to thaw his own dinner. If this m such a small world, why does it take so much of our money to run it? Tile State Highwuy Depart,nen will conduct a public hearing m the wPre reported on 68 percent of all farms in 1950 and 62 percent iive years later. Meanwhile, the average number of cows per arm increased from s;x m 1950 to eight in 19".6. ALI,OTMENT TOLD FOR PEANUT CROP The agricultural department set school auditorium at Saucier on the national acreage allotment fr Monday afternoon. November 25. 1958--crop peanuts at 1.610.000 acres 1957 at 2:30 p.m. to hear testimony the same as last year. The de- 'on the economic effects of p:-,posed partment set the marketing quota Federal Aid Projects F-058-12 and for this acreage at 826.000 Ions F-008-14) in tlaz'rion Ct,;mty; and The yield from the same national F-008-1,5) in Stone CouWy, wh!ch acreage allotment for this year will call for fcur-laning of Highway -19 produce a crop estimated at 767.- betwe:m Landon aud Perk,n:ton. 030 tons. Price support will be Statements rcgardin lhe coon- available at a level between 75 and You are summoned to appear be- lomical effect: cr ctler a:oects of 90 cent of parity in 1958 and 1959 fore the Chancery Court of Soue th projec: will bc invilcd depending upon the supply at the County in said State, on the third T.C. IOBBINS. Director begi:u]ing of the marketing year, August 1. DAIRYING (ONStSTENT IN AMOUNT PRODU(ED O all mjcr agricultural enter- {prises in the Unit;d Slates. the growth of dairying las probably been tha lllOSt cc1]5:c!I1:, It has CHANCERY SUMMONS !experienced no phdnoucnal qpurs No. 1864 or disastrous set-backs in i;s de- velopment. It is one o[ the most TE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI stable of agricultural enterprises. TO: Alice Breland, Louella Braland. The production of milk during any Mayola Breland Boland. and one year has not changed more If You Have Something To Sell. An Enterprise Classified Ad Will Sell it. Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist Monday of April, A. D. 1957. to de- fend the suit No. 1867 in said court of Chancery wheein you -;re a de- fendant. This 13th day of November. 1957. (Seal) Hollie r. Bond Clerk N14/21/28/D5 We Need .... CATTLE & HOGS WE AND SELL EVERY DAY IN THE WEEI00 Bring Your Cattle and Hogs To ITs For TOP PRICES WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NE&I:8 GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOUR8 Daily--9:00 to 6:00 BRING TO GULFPORT YOUR TUNG NUTS NEAREST MILL to your groves opens November let. FILI, VALUE for your crop if you join our Growers Pool. FULL VALUE if you sell your crop. HIGHEST oil recovery record. COMPLETE service to growers, including govermenf loans. LOW MILLING FEE. Call or Write For Copies of our Contractr AUCTION SALE EACH FRIDAY 1 p.m. Owens Bros. Stock Yards HASBURG PHONE JU 4-6427 Gulfport Vegetable 0il Company P. O. Box 271 Phone: 2620 GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI UIIIITED'S INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PIll)GRAM is important to you! When new industry and new business come to your community it means more employment, more payroll, more nmney in circulation. United Gas, through its industrial de;elopment advertising in several national publications, encourages new and expanding industry to investigate the advantages of locating in the Gulf South. More than '250 such advertisements have been run by United Gas since 1939, one of the longest sustained programs of its kind on record. Through this activity it is United% aim to help in the economic development of this area- to build a better life for the present generation and a brighter hlture for those to come. S I I | I I I | I I UNJI|D GAS CORPORATION * UNITED GAS PiPE LINE COMPANY UNION P|0DUCINO COMPANY g i ' !z Ar [I d m,, m I" m ....... :- I I I I ....... Miss Kay Swayze To Head State TAP Drive For '58 ---'Jl | Miss Kay Swayze of Oxford and University is the 1958 State Chair- man of the Teens Against Polio campaign for the 1958 March of Imes. Her Co-Chairman iS Miss {tarlotte Heyer of Darlove. Miss Swayze, with Miss. Hayer, ll direct the activities of high hcolers, college students and ele- rntary school students in the diive for funds, as well as in a lign to encourage all Missis- ians under the age of 39 to take leventive inoculations of Salk pol- Let tm put your radia- tor in tip top shape for winter performance. Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop Dial  Z-17 081 Corinne fit. HattlMbm KAY SWAYZF o vaccine. The TAPs will conduct many special activities such as selling lollipops, balloons, peanuts, cards and the like, in addition to other street activities to raise funds. They will plan and sponsor various kinds of entertainments and sports rodents for the March of Dimes and will again be a large factor in the success of the annual March of Dimes fund drive. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swayze of University, Kay, [served as Lafayette County clmir- man last year. Her group was the most outstanding one in the state in the amount of money raised per " TQWN OF WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI BUDGET OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL "gEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1958 L. Actual Budget  for yeas for ; ended ensuring 9/30/57 year 57/58 $ 1,840.25 : Privilege Ueenses ............................... 511.30 Permits and other fees .......................... 8,524.25 Miscellaneous .................................. Transfer from Street improvement fund ...... 91.47 Trmasfer from Special State fund .............. 24.75 Traner from Stock Pen fund .................. 59.00 Total revenue before taxation ................ 11,051.02 Cash balance to begin .......................... 4,779.81 Total revenue (before taxation) and begin 15,830.83 balance ...................................... Amount necessary to raise from taxation ...... 15,248.98 Total revenue and cash balance to begin ..... $31,079.81 ENDrrURES IOIPERVISION AND FINANCE Salaries  waged ............................... $ 4,720"00 Supplles and expense ........................... 2,491.38 Tottl supervision and finance ................ 7,211.38 PROTECTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY Police salaries ..................................... 3.561.00 Police supplies and expense ....................... ii0.06 Tottl police department .......................... 3,671.06 Fire department salaries .......................... 434.00 Fire department supplies and expense ............ 7132,3 Fire department equipment .................... 740.00 Total fire department .......................... 1.887.83 CARE AND MAINTENANCE PUBLIC PROPERTY Salaries and wages {including cemetery) ...... 1195.00 Sup and expense ............................... 39.85 FlUipvnent and capital outlay .................. 600.00 Toftl care and maintenance public property __ 1,834.85 MAINTENANCE STRUTS AND STRUCTURES lafles and wages ................................. 4,871.00 Supplies and expense ............................... 6.206.44 al maintenance streets & structures ....... 11.077.44 Trarfer to Water and Sewer Sinking Fund .... Trarmfer to water works-bills paid ............ 178.17 Traner to water and sewer corpus ............. 770.59 Total other .................................... 948.76 Total disbursements ......................... 26,631.32 Balance to close .............................. 4,448.49 Total disbursements and balance to close ....... $31,079.81 PUBLIC UTILITY FUNI WATER WORK REVENUE Water sales ..................................... $17,378.40 Transfer from general fund-bills paid .......... 178.17 Cash balance to begin .......................... 2,151.34 Total revenue 9rod beginning balance ........ $19,707.91 rrURES Salaries and wages ............................. $ 7,41g.50 Strpplies and expense ....................  ...... 7,107.38 Equipment ...................................... 92.70 Transfer water and sewer sinking fund ........ 750.00 Transfer to water and sewer contingent fund __ 150.00 TranSfer to water and sewer depreciation fund __ 150.00 Balance to close ................................ 4,044.33 Total expenditures and balance to close ...... $19,707.91 BOND AND INTEREST RETIREMENT FUNDS REVE-NE Cash balance to begin ........................... $ 325.09 Transfer from water Works oper. & Mtint ..... 750.00 Trmfer from water and sewer corpus ........ 5,500.00 Transfer from general fund .................... Transfer from water and sewer system fund .... Necessary to raise by taxation ................ 3,023.02 Misoellaneous revenue .......................... 6.75 revenue and beginning balance ........ $12,804.86 ii zxpmDrrum ii . OIRAL ISSUES , . Bond redemption ................................ $ 3,0O0.0O In paid ................................... 370.00 *rralmfer to general fund ...................... 91.47 "l.ai general issues .......................... $ 3,461.47 K)ND AND I'EI%_T REF_NT FUNDS EXPENDrrntd. E ISSUES Interest paid ................................... $ 426.25 TOtal genera] and revenue issues ............ 7,787.72 Gaalt balance to close .......................... 5,017.14 Total tttres and eloe[ng balance ...... $12,8046 $ 1,850.0 150.00 7,775.00 9,775.00 4,448.49 14,223.49 17,926.51 $32,150.00 $ 5,000.00 2,250.00 7,250.0O 3,600.00 150.00 3,750.00 500.00 600.00 8O0.0O CHARLOTTE HYER capita. Last year, she was chosen Miss University High and served as Oxford's representative in the "Miss Hospitality "" contest. She is presently a member of the Fresh- man Class at Ole Miss, where she is a member of Chi Omega sorority. Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hyer of Darlove, was a victim of Folio in 1946. Thclgh till on crutchas, she is a Junior at Mississippi College in Clinton. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PULPWOOD AND NAVAL STORES 1,900.00 1,950.00 100.00 150.00 1,250.00 5,000.00 I0,009.00 15,000.00 3.000.00 3,000.00 32,150.00 0 $32,150.00 $30,000.00 4.044.33 $34,044.33 $ 8.500.00 6,500.00 13,877.55 600.00 600.00 3,966.78 $34,O44.33 $ 5,017.14 3.000.00 13,ff17.55 2,95757 $2402.26 $ 2,500.00 290.00 $ 2,790.00 $11,026.50 Notice is hereby given that bids will be received in the office of the Forester in Charge of the University Forest Lands, lute A, Perkinston, Miss., up until 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of December, 1957 for the sale of the following described tim- her: Sale No. lNaval Stores---All pine timber spotted with yellow paint for naval stores purposes on the follow- ing described University lands: Sections 35 and 36, Township 3 South, Range 10 West and upon parts of Section I and 2, Town- ship 4 South, Range 10 West. Sale No. 2---PulpwoodAll pine timber spotted with yellow paint at breast height and stump level upon the following described Universy lands: Section 3 and 4, Township 4 South, Range 10 West Sections 34 and 33, Township 3 South, Range 10 West. Separate bids shall be submitted on each sale and shall be presented in a sealed envelop e, clearly marked on the outside as to the sale num- ber on which the bid is offered Bidder will submit on each separate bid on each sale a Cashier's chec.t: in the sum of $250.00 payable to th University of Mississippi as a guar- antee of entering into contract, fur- nishing bond and layment of bid This deposit shall be subject to for- feit unless t]e contract is co.npleted {and bond furnished within 30 days ' after notice of acceptance of the bid, A bond for the faithful per- formance of the contract in the penal sum of 100O.O0 will be re- quired fo reach sale. All the bids shall be subject to tle approval of the Board of Trustees of Institution of Higher Learning, and the right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved. On this the 19th day of Novem- ber, 1957. J. B. Brown, Forester in charge universllV Of lqssrppt. NOTICE TO ALL MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLIERS Bids will be acceIff up until 12:00 Noon, December 12, I957, for the below described equipment: 2---Cool Vapor Oxygen tents which permit high concentra- tion of oxygen, comglete with aerosol therapy head tent and nembulmr. Also  compress- ion gauge whicl3 will permit the tent to be operated under pre- ue. 1---Compressor Aspirator pump with alI-free filter air provid- ing pressure up to 30 P.S.I. with adjustable needl valve control with 1/6 horse power, 60 Cycle, A.C. electric motor. 2Mufflr Ja, air intake fil- ter pressure fitting on output side. 1--1000 co. suction bottle. 3--Wire safety cord, plastic coated wire base. Bids will be opened by the Board )f Directors, Stone County Hospi- tal, on or about December 14, 1957. All bids will be addressed to Stone Cotmty Hospital, Wiggins Missis- sippi. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waver any in- formalitieS. C. N. Steele, ,Administrator N21/8/D5 lO,00.78 one wa for man keep head above water y out of{ $24,802.26 expensive diveS, E[E STON COUNTY ENTERPRI.  T Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., Thursday, November 21, 1957 CHANCERY SUMMONS Susie Ereland, addresses of than five pecent from the year No. 1867 these persons are unknown, before. On the other hand. beef . You are summoned to appear be- i production frequently has changed THE STATE OF MISSISSIy;I Gre the Ct]ancery Court of Stone ias nmch as l0 to 12 percent, Al- TO: Heirs of Missouri Adelin o:d. County in said :3:e...,. (.: the l'drd l though dairy fa:ms at: decreasing names, post office ddreses Monday of April,. 1333. t, de- in number, a drop of nine p,rcent and street addres:es unknow.,: fend the suit No. l&id'kt :t-'d co,Jr[ between 1949 and 1955, til size of Heirs of William Fairley. of Chancery whcrc:n you are a de- dairy herds is increasing. Milk co':: names, post office addreaes fendant. and street addrses unk-mwn: I This 13th day o X,vzm'.;a':. I'U7 Heirs of Nancy Berry, names, it(Seal ) Hoilie T. Ecn,d CIcrk N1L21 28 D5 Post Office adresses and street addresses unkno,. 1; t Heirs of Fmmie Savor. names, i post office addreses and ] street addresses unknown; Heirs of Corine Armtroug Brown, nmnes, post ofiic ad- dresses and street addre.ss unknown; and Maude Savor. post office address or straet address unknown. Ruble Brown. Linda Smith dud Jeasie Lee Eans. addrc.s-3 f these persons are llllkl]OVil : and Mrs. H. A. Wand. G561 Catina Street, New Orleans. Louisiana. LEGAl, NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIEARING A frigid silence at home is cel- a sign that a man will have to thaw his own dinner. If this m such a small world, why does it take so much of our money to run it? Tile State Highwuy Depart,nen will conduct a public hearing m the wPre reported on 68 percent of all farms in 1950 and 62 percent iive years later. Meanwhile, the average number of cows per arm increased from s;x m 1950 to eight in 19".6. ALI,OTMENT TOLD FOR PEANUT CROP The agricultural department set school auditorium at Saucier on the national acreage allotment fr Monday afternoon. November 25. 1958--crop peanuts at 1.610.000 acres 1957 at 2:30 p.m. to hear testimony the same as last year. The de- 'on the economic effects of p:-,posed partment set the marketing quota Federal Aid Projects F-058-12 and for this acreage at 826.000 Ions F-008-14) in tlaz'rion Ct,;mty; and The yield from the same national F-008-1,5) in Stone CouWy, wh!ch acreage allotment for this year will call for fcur-laning of Highway -19 produce a crop estimated at 767.- betwe:m Landon aud Perk,n:ton. 030 tons. Price support will be Statements rcgardin lhe coon- available at a level between 75 and You are summoned to appear be- lomical effect: cr ctler a:oects of 90 cent of parity in 1958 and 1959 fore the Chancery Court of Soue th projec: will bc invilcd depending upon the supply at the County in said State, on the third T.C. IOBBINS. Director begi:u]ing of the marketing year, August 1. DAIRYING (ONStSTENT IN AMOUNT PRODU(ED O all mjcr agricultural enter- {prises in the Unit;d Slates. the growth of dairying las probably been tha lllOSt cc1]5:c!I1:, It has CHANCERY SUMMONS !experienced no phdnoucnal qpurs No. 1864 or disastrous set-backs in i;s de- velopment. It is one o[ the most TE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI stable of agricultural enterprises. TO: Alice Breland, Louella Braland. The production of milk during any Mayola Breland Boland. and one year has not changed more If You Have Something To Sell. An Enterprise Classified Ad Will Sell it. Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist Monday of April, A. D. 1957. to de- fend the suit No. 1867 in said court of Chancery wheein you -;re a de- fendant. This 13th day of November. 1957. (Seal) Hollie r. Bond Clerk N14/21/28/D5 We Need .... CATTLE & HOGS WE AND SELL EVERY DAY IN THE WEEI00 Bring Your Cattle and Hogs To ITs For TOP PRICES WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NE&I:8 GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOUR8 Daily--9:00 to 6:00 BRING TO GULFPORT YOUR TUNG NUTS NEAREST MILL to your groves opens November let. FILI, VALUE for your crop if you join our Growers Pool. FULL VALUE if you sell your crop. HIGHEST oil recovery record. COMPLETE service to growers, including govermenf loans. LOW MILLING FEE. Call or Write For Copies of our Contractr AUCTION SALE EACH FRIDAY 1 p.m. Owens Bros. Stock Yards HASBURG PHONE JU 4-6427 Gulfport Vegetable 0il Company P. O. Box 271 Phone: 2620 GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI UIIIITED'S INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PIll)GRAM is important to you! When new industry and new business come to your community it means more employment, more payroll, more nmney in circulation. United Gas, through its industrial de;elopment advertising in several national publications, encourages new and expanding industry to investigate the advantages of locating in the Gulf South. More than '250 such advertisements have been run by United Gas since 1939, one of the longest sustained programs of its kind on record. Through this activity it is United% aim to help in the economic development of this area- to build a better life for the present generation and a brighter hlture for those to come. S I I | I I I | I I UNJI|D GAS CORPORATION * UNITED GAS PiPE LINE COMPANY UNION P|0DUCINO COMPANY g i ' !z Ar [I d m,, m I" m