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November 21, 1957     Stone County Enterprise
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Big Level News By Miss Ona White Mr. and Mrs. Kermith Smith and daughter, Susan, of Brook- haven, visited, Rev. and Mrs. A. V. Faggard and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvis Goff and two daughters of Wade, visited the C. W. Rawls family this week end, Mrs and Mrs. J. T. Griffin spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Griffin in Lumbcrton. Rev. and Mrs, B. C. Miles of Hat- t4esburg were guests for the Sun- day morning services a Big Level Baptist Church. J. N. White and Reg White spent Sunday morning ill Biloxi. J N. White returned to his home in Bur- as, La,, Monday after visiting rela- tives here and Wiggins last week, After spending la.,:t week in the Stone County Hospital, Mrs. L. W, Preston was moved to a hospital in Jack.son Saturday. l I II I I --- I I Around 20 from Home School at- I tended the FHA District meeting at l Perkinston Junior College Saturday. One of the largest social fun- ctions held here this year, was the :Thanksgiving dinner, honoring the faculty of Home School, at the school&apos;s cafeteria Monday evening, ] sponsored by the PTA. I ] Mrs. Ruth Freeman of Hattiesburg i and Mrs. Susie Rhodes of Bond re- ,cently visited their sister Mrs. Al- vin Hatten and Mr. Hatten. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and :children of Pascagoula visited rel- , atives here through the week end. They with Mr, Moore's father, Nel- lie Moore, attended the football game at Baton Rouge, La., Satur- day night, Mx. and Mrs. James Hatten spent Sunday in Carnes, with Mr. and }Mrs. Billie Griffin and family, and i other relatives, If You Have Someihing To Sell. An Enterprise Clarified Ad Will Sell it. THE STON COUNTY ENTERPRISF. ...:.:'::.:.:::;i:':.::.:.::.?.:::::::::.'.:..., -- "J\\; <::.::::.:.::::.:.::::,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $$ ........:,:-,.;:, . .:.::]]]]i]]ii]i]i:L'..:. physical check up. ida" : ::::::::::::::;:::%. Tuxechena News  .. ..... ...:.::::;:: : :;::;: ::::::::::: :::::: ::::: ::::::: ::: :::..: :, "'-'.'.:.:.:::::::!::!:]:]:]ii!i:!:i:!iii:::. By Mrs._H. M.Breland  Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Smith and Just how much could you replace in case of fire? Mr. and Mrs. Arl Rouse were guests in the home of Mrs. Rouse's mother, M.r. Rosa Lott in Inda I community. Mrs. Bob Edwtrds and children children of Picayune were Saturday and Mrs. A1 Lee of St. Louis. Me.. guests in the C. L, Loper home. are guests in the home of their Mrs. E. O. YIatten and Mrs, Betty parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. O'Neal Thornberg were Hattlesburg visitors this week. Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Lamer Bond of D. A. Scarborough and E. T. Lott ,Little Creek community were guests have returned to their homes after iThursday in the H. M. Breland spending several days in the Stone home. !County Hospital. Mr and Mrs. Claud Freeman and Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Loft of Biloxi little son of Gulfport. were Satur- were Sunday guests in the home of t day guests in the M. E. Jordan Mr. and Mrs, li C. Baxter. l home. Mrs. E. R. Bond and daughter Mrs. Elbert Grayson and daugh- Patsy, returned to their home Fri-]tee, Patsy, of GuLfport, were Sat- ! day evening, after spending last re'day guests in the home of Mr, week in New Orleans, where Patsy and Mrs. B. A. Evans. was in Foundation Hospital for a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bond and Stone County Insurance Agency PHONE WA 8-4691 WIGGINS, MISSISS [PPI TH E YEAR'S N EWEST CAR, THE NEWEST CAR IN YEARS .. :58 CHEVROLET .I 8el Air 2-Doo Sedan Iwing now dual heodlighs. NEW TURBO.THRUST V8* featuring revolutionary Wedge-Fire design achieves a new pinnacle of performance. NEW FULL COIL SUSPENSION provides cradle- soft action at every wheel, completely replacing conventional leaf spring rear suspenston. NEW AIR RIDE featuring Level Air suspension* carries you on cushions of compressed air. with all its natural shock-absorbing properties. Your Chevrolet dealer is waiting right now to show you the beautiful way to be thrifty--the '58 Chevrolet. *Optional at extra cost It sets a new style in styling. It takes a new approach to luwer. It's new right down to the smooth and solid way it rides! It's long, low and luxuriously new--the beauti- /ully moving '58 Chevrolet. It's new from ride to roof . . . from its bold new grille to its unique gull-wing rear fenders. And, it offers quick- responding power aplenty in any engine you pick-V8 or 6. NEW SILItOUI'E, featuring a new body-frame design, is dramatically lower, wider-and a full 9 inches longerl Impala Convertible with the solid qoiily of Body by Fisher. '58! AIR CONDITIONING--TEMPERATURES MADE TO ORDER--AT NEW LOW COST. GET A DEMOt4STEATIONi See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Oy / Clu,rd. dlrs dltx d,h fms p I I I I IIIII II iiii Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., ,TOWN AND COUNTRY GARDEN CLUB MEETS IN F. L. BRELAND HOME The Town an, d Country Garden Club met Tuesda November 19, iu the home of Mrs. 1 . L. Breland. Mrs. H. F. Campbell and Mrs. How- 'ard Parker were co-hostesses. The living room was attractively decorated with numerous holiday arrangements. Bringing Thanks- I giving arrangements were Mrs. Leon tHatten and Mrs. B. J. Bufkin. i Christmas hemes were brought by Mrs. Buddy Madden, Mrs. Jack Mil- ler, Mrs. W. E. Martin, Jr., and Mrs. Edward Hall. A Valentine of Camellias for Valentine's Day and bronze chrysanthemums forming "good luck" for New Years, com- pleted the program of holiday ar- I rangements. Mrs. Edward Hall, program chair- man for the afternoon, introduced Mrs. Alpha Powers and Mr. Emmett children of Lake Charles, La., vis- l ited relatives and friends here dur- ing the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hatten and Mrs. Hildridge Lott were Gulfport Ivisitors Saturday. Thursday, November 21, 1957 Rogers of Hattiesburg. Mrs. Pow- ers gave an interesting lecture on i"Clr and You." Mr. Rogers showed Southern Bell Telephone's film "Once Upon A Honeymoon," l which was about interior decorat- ing. The club enjoyed the program ' and received valuable assistance I After the the members program and guests were invited into the dining room. The hostesses had ap- propriate Thanksgiving arrange- ments throughout the room. Delic- ious frosted fruit cake, mints, toast- ed nuts, and coffee were served. :with their home decorating. Mrs. The next meeting will be a joint Powers presented each of the mere- one with the Garden Gate Club at bers with two gifts from Southern the Wiggins Women's Clubhouse in Bell Telephone Company. December. Enjoy Your Thanksgiving... TURKEY DINNER AT THE CITY GRILL THANKSGIVING DAY WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Fresh Boston Butts---- PORK ROAST 00b.--49c Fresh Country Style--- SM(). SAUSAGE 29c Fresh WEINERS lb. 29c I MAYONNAISE Sugar Cured 5-1bs. roll HAM WHOLE or HALF lb. ........ 57,: Grade A FRYERS 35 Grade A HENS lb. .......... 43c III SUCAR llUlll VFII 10 lbs. 92,00 Top Quality :)RN MEAL ,o, Lace Toilet APPLES lb. ............ I0 TISSUE NBC 5c (RACKERS lb. box ............. Fresh Crisp-- CELERY stalk 15c Large Crisp--- LETTUCE head 15c White Infertile, From The Farm EGGS, Doz. 55 BANANAS Wesson I Blue Plate Strawberry OIL ]PRESERVES' qt. .......... 4912000z. glass_ 42c l Dial 4821 WE DEII Wiggins, Miss. PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. & ALL NEXT WEEK Big Level News By Miss Ona White Mr. and Mrs. Kermith Smith and daughter, Susan, of Brook- haven, visited, Rev. and Mrs. A. V. Faggard and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvis Goff and two daughters of Wade, visited the C. W. Rawls family this week end, Mrs and Mrs. J. T. Griffin spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Griffin in Lumbcrton. Rev. and Mrs, B. C. Miles of Hat- t4esburg were guests for the Sun- day morning services a Big Level Baptist Church. J. N. White and Reg White spent Sunday morning ill Biloxi. J N. White returned to his home in Bur- as, La,, Monday after visiting rela- tives here and Wiggins last week, After spending la.,:t week in the Stone County Hospital, Mrs. L. W, Preston was moved to a hospital in Jack.son Saturday. l I II I I --- I I Around 20 from Home School at- I tended the FHA District meeting at l Perkinston Junior College Saturday. One of the largest social fun- ctions held here this year, was the :Thanksgiving dinner, honoring the faculty of Home School, at the school's cafeteria Monday evening, ] sponsored by the PTA. I ] Mrs. Ruth Freeman of Hattiesburg i and Mrs. Susie Rhodes of Bond re- ,cently visited their sister Mrs. Al- vin Hatten and Mr. Hatten. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore and :children of Pascagoula visited rel- , atives here through the week end. They with Mr, Moore's father, Nel- lie Moore, attended the football game at Baton Rouge, La., Satur- day night, Mx. and Mrs. James Hatten spent Sunday in Carnes, with Mr. and }Mrs. Billie Griffin and family, and i other relatives, If You Have Someihing To Sell. An Enterprise Clarified Ad Will Sell it. THE STON COUNTY ENTERPRISF. ...:.:'::.:.:::;i:':.::.:.::.?.:::::::::.'.:..., -- "J\\; <::.::::.:.::::.:.::::,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $$ ........:,:-,.;:, . .:.::]]]]i]]ii]i]i:L'..:. physical check up. ida" : ::::::::::::::;:::%. Tuxechena News  .. ..... ...:.::::;:: : :;::;: ::::::::::: :::::: ::::: ::::::: ::: :::..: :, "'-'.'.:.:.:::::::!::!:]:]:]ii!i:!:i:!iii:::. By Mrs._H. M.Breland  Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Smith and Just how much could you replace in case of fire? Mr. and Mrs. Arl Rouse were guests in the home of Mrs. Rouse's mother, M.r. Rosa Lott in Inda I community. Mrs. Bob Edwtrds and children children of Picayune were Saturday and Mrs. A1 Lee of St. Louis. Me.. guests in the C. L, Loper home. are guests in the home of their Mrs. E. O. YIatten and Mrs, Betty parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. O'Neal Thornberg were Hattlesburg visitors this week. Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Lamer Bond of D. A. Scarborough and E. T. Lott ,Little Creek community were guests have returned to their homes after iThursday in the H. M. Breland spending several days in the Stone home. !County Hospital. Mr and Mrs. Claud Freeman and Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Loft of Biloxi little son of Gulfport. were Satur- were Sunday guests in the home of t day guests in the M. E. Jordan Mr. and Mrs, li C. Baxter. l home. Mrs. E. R. Bond and daughter Mrs. Elbert Grayson and daugh- Patsy, returned to their home Fri-]tee, Patsy, of GuLfport, were Sat- ! day evening, after spending last re'day guests in the home of Mr, week in New Orleans, where Patsy and Mrs. B. A. Evans. was in Foundation Hospital for a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bond and Stone County Insurance Agency PHONE WA 8-4691 WIGGINS, MISSISS [PPI TH E YEAR'S N EWEST CAR, THE NEWEST CAR IN YEARS .. :58 CHEVROLET .I 8el Air 2-Doo Sedan Iwing now dual heodlighs. NEW TURBO.THRUST V8* featuring revolutionary Wedge-Fire design achieves a new pinnacle of performance. NEW FULL COIL SUSPENSION provides cradle- soft action at every wheel, completely replacing conventional leaf spring rear suspenston. NEW AIR RIDE featuring Level Air suspension* carries you on cushions of compressed air. with all its natural shock-absorbing properties. Your Chevrolet dealer is waiting right now to show you the beautiful way to be thrifty--the '58 Chevrolet. *Optional at extra cost It sets a new style in styling. It takes a new approach to luwer. It's new right down to the smooth and solid way it rides! It's long, low and luxuriously new--the beauti- /ully moving '58 Chevrolet. It's new from ride to roof . . . from its bold new grille to its unique gull-wing rear fenders. And, it offers quick- responding power aplenty in any engine you pick-V8 or 6. NEW SILItOUI'E, featuring a new body-frame design, is dramatically lower, wider-and a full 9 inches longerl Impala Convertible with the solid qoiily of Body by Fisher. '58! AIR CONDITIONING--TEMPERATURES MADE TO ORDER--AT NEW LOW COST. GET A DEMOt4STEATIONi See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Oy / Clu,rd. dlrs dltx d,h fms p I I I I IIIII II iiii Wiggins (Stone County) Miss., ,TOWN AND COUNTRY GARDEN CLUB MEETS IN F. L. BRELAND HOME The Town an, d Country Garden Club met Tuesda November 19, iu the home of Mrs. 1 . L. Breland. Mrs. H. F. Campbell and Mrs. How- 'ard Parker were co-hostesses. The living room was attractively decorated with numerous holiday arrangements. Bringing Thanks- I giving arrangements were Mrs. Leon tHatten and Mrs. B. J. Bufkin. i Christmas hemes were brought by Mrs. Buddy Madden, Mrs. Jack Mil- ler, Mrs. W. E. Martin, Jr., and Mrs. Edward Hall. A Valentine of Camellias for Valentine's Day and bronze chrysanthemums forming "good luck" for New Years, com- pleted the program of holiday ar- I rangements. Mrs. Edward Hall, program chair- man for the afternoon, introduced Mrs. Alpha Powers and Mr. Emmett children of Lake Charles, La., vis- l ited relatives and friends here dur- ing the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hatten and Mrs. Hildridge Lott were Gulfport Ivisitors Saturday. Thursday, November 21, 1957 Rogers of Hattiesburg. Mrs. Pow- ers gave an interesting lecture on i"Clr and You." Mr. Rogers showed Southern Bell Telephone's film "Once Upon A Honeymoon," l which was about interior decorat- ing. The club enjoyed the program ' and received valuable assistance I After the the members program and guests were invited into the dining room. The hostesses had ap- propriate Thanksgiving arrange- ments throughout the room. Delic- ious frosted fruit cake, mints, toast- ed nuts, and coffee were served. :with their home decorating. Mrs. The next meeting will be a joint Powers presented each of the mere- one with the Garden Gate Club at bers with two gifts from Southern the Wiggins Women's Clubhouse in Bell Telephone Company. December. Enjoy Your Thanksgiving... TURKEY DINNER AT THE CITY GRILL THANKSGIVING DAY WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Fresh Boston Butts---- PORK ROAST 00b.--49c Fresh Country Style--- SM(). SAUSAGE 29c Fresh WEINERS lb. 29c I MAYONNAISE Sugar Cured 5-1bs. roll HAM WHOLE or HALF lb. ........ 57,: Grade A FRYERS 35 Grade A HENS lb. .......... 43c III SUCAR llUlll VFII 10 lbs. 92,00 Top Quality :)RN MEAL ,o, Lace Toilet APPLES lb. ............ I0 TISSUE NBC 5c (RACKERS lb. box ............. Fresh Crisp-- CELERY stalk 15c Large Crisp--- LETTUCE head 15c White Infertile, From The Farm EGGS, Doz. 55 BANANAS Wesson I Blue Plate Strawberry OIL ]PRESERVES' qt. .......... 4912000z. glass_ 42c l Dial 4821 WE DEII Wiggins, Miss. PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT. & ALL NEXT WEEK