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II ...... L WHS Junior Class TEN MILE CHURCH GIRLS AUXILIARY Reaches $1000 Goal ELECT OFFICERS By Jeanie Spiers, Scretary By Gloria Elizabeth Brooks Each year te Junior Cla of the I The Girl's Auxiliary of Ten Mile Wiggins High School engage in a I Missionary Baptist Church is now terrific magazine drive put on by in it's second year's growth. We are the Curtis Publishing Company. I small in number, but large in faith. This year the c I a s s was divided Our group has bought a 70-cup coffee urn for the church and we tre now in the process of buying a mimeograph machine. We feel that this machine will aid our pastor and Sunday School and Training Service workers greatly. into tWO groups. The Crickets whoe captains were Jeanie Spiers and Jesse Martin were greatly opposed by the Grasshoppers, whose captains were James Day and Marlene Wig- gins. The general manager, Billy Jack Monday night, Oct. 21, we met Bufkin, called the workers together in the home of Brother and Sister[ o October 29, and the campaign Roy Lott and we elected officers I for selling magazines started. It for the ensuing year. They were I was to last until the 12 of Novem-as follows, president, Miss Betty bet. The class set a $1000 goal, lRose Cooper; vice president, Miss which it made with a $60.62 ad-{Brenda Davis; secretary, Miss Mildred Glen Lott; treasurer. Miss Bonnie Nell Strickland and reporter, I Mis Gloria Elizabeth Brooks. An enlistment and absentee com- Imittee was appointed and approved This committee consisted of Miss Edith Davis. Miss Cheree Ann Bre- land and Miss Virginia Dare Bre- land. Other committees and a vancement. Everyone had fun and made an educational sale of good magazines in many homes. Billy Jack Bufkin won the $25.00 prize offered by the Curtis Pub- !ishing Co., for the greatest num- ber of magazines sold followed closely by Wynn Alexander whose -ond prize was $12.00, paid by the class for splendid salesmanship. He Councellor and assistant coun- also won the Curtis Co.'s Tomcat. cellor will be appointed and elected Swinging close on Wynn's heels was  at a later date. Brother Max WaN Donald Roper with an $8.00 third I ters brought us a very timely de- prise, which was also paid by the votional in the simple and great Glass for his determined salesman-plan of salvation. $1"dp. / Sister Eltra Bond is now serving Ms. Ruth James is the Junior as Councellor and Sister Essie Mac Class sponsor and deserves a great Brooks as assistant. We will wel- deal of credit for this magnificent task. The class and Mrs. James are greatly appreciative of the fine com- mtmAty spirit during this campaign and wishes an expression of thaxYs to everyone for your wonderful help. come everyone to come and work with us. Pray that we will ever be found walking in the sunshine of God's love. In ten short generations (about six months' time) a single greenfly can give birth to young exceeding the population of China. Medical evidence of your dis- ability is required to get social se- curity disability benefits. Multi-Million Dollar Oil Boom In Utah America's big new fortunes are made in OIL. YOU can own a 40 acre oil lease in great new oil frontier of Southern Utah in area of valuable India Reservation Land. Don't miss your OPPORT- UNi[TY IN OIL. IT COULD MAKE YOU RICH! Only $12 per month. Write immediately for map and details to Trans American Oil Co., Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. I III INSURANCE Insurance is something you need every day, so let me help you solve your problem for... Fire, Automobile, Life, Accident & Health and Hospital Insurance I have a financing plan that with a small down payment you can pay your premiums monthly. Hontas O'Neal I fufl-poweredl  only A-transistors S125.00 worn entirely at fhe ear... ,'((, i1*  no dangling cordsl ,,['  * ; Another ZcniLh " tr,!umph! Remarkablo new weanng ease Jne Di lomat ' sli ,% " J I * in a jiffy.., weighs lessPhan an onS? 'ifft f"( ,_ brings full power...brilliant clarity...famous ",__   Zenith quality! /  lo-oy Money-,a G..r..t.. IS Your Zcnith Hearing Aid must in your opinion I outperform any other mak--ewn tho sell. ing for $250 or $300...or your money will bo IL refunded in ful' . mm GIBSON HEARING $175.00 AID CENTER Green Clinic Bldg. 705 Hall Ave. tUCUlp I I IIIIIII ST01 COUNTY ENTERPRISP I I l ! Growing Mash, cwt ...... $4.50 m |1 Laying 18% Mash, cwt ...... $4.15 Imp 16% Laying Pellets, cwt. $4.15 21% Laying Mash, cwt. $4.35 21% Laying Pellets, cwt. $4.45 18% DairY Feed, cwt ........... $3.40 10% Dairy Feed, cwt ........... $3.30 II III I I I I MISS BETTYE BUTLER .... engagement is announced MISS BETTYE BUTLER'S ENGAGEMENT TO MR. BOBBY DEAN HUNT IS TOLD Mr. and Mrs. Irby L. Butler, Route Two, Wiggins, Missis- sippi, announce the engagement and approaching mar- riage of their only daughter, Bettye, to Mr. Bobby Dean Hunt, son Of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hunt of Route One, Per- kinston, Mississippi. :! Claudell Rawls, who is home on Big a leave from Fort Sheridan, Ill. A News picnic dinner was served at noon By W2tite with around 50 attending. Among Those from Big Level Church who attended the WMU Joint meet- trig at Wiggins Baptist Church last. Tuesday night were, Mrs. A. V. Faggard, Mrs. H. H. Moore, Mrs. i Julios Broers and Mrs. Elmer Rawls. Airman Apprentice Dan W. Bre- land of Memphis, Tenn.. spent the past two weeks end here with his wife, IAmfle. While here they vis- ited Airman Breland parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Breland of Route One, Brooklyn. A family reunion of the J. E. Rawis family was enjoyed Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rawls, In honor of their son, PFC NOTICE OF ELECTION Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 253, Laws of 1938, an elect- ion will be held on the 9 day of January, 1958 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M., to select from nominees three (3) Commissioners for the Stone County Soil Conservation Dis- trier, Voting Places: ASC Office, Wig- gins, Oison J. Smith Store, Blg Level Grocery, Dees Store, Perkins- ton. Signed by authority of an order of the State Soil Conservation Com- mittee in its minutes of Octobe 11, 195"/. Charlie R. Ashford, Secretary N28/DS/12/19 " I those from off who attended were. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Safford of Collins, Mr .and Mrs. Harvis Golf and children, Sandra and Connie of Wade, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ross. Mrs. Katrene Binder and Brend Baverie, all of Hattiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Hudpeth recently visited relatives in Mem- phis and Tunica. Mr. and Mrs. Cethel Moore spem last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Knox Whittington and family in George County. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alexander and Rhonda spent Sunday with relatives in Grand Bay, Ale. Mrs. J. W. Smallcy hcncred her .sister, Mrs. Ottis Johnston of Pur- vis a birthday Sunday, with dinner INov, 17, at the Sn:allcy home. Tlo:e [who enjoyed rite lo;eiy allah" with her were, Mrs. Sam Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bond and Miss Dortha Jean Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hatten and sons. and Nix. GLO Dun00-:N I-WA 40. NORI list Show "/:I$ - Znd Show J Let us put your radia- tor in tip top shape for winter performance. Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop IL Friday & Satudray John Wayne. in Red River PLUS CARTOON II I STI00UB theatre SdS IP. JI! tlS IIMw IImdslll P. M. Cool al Cmf-ble a Thursday & Friday Pete Cushing, in The Curse Of Frankenstein PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE Littlest Outlaw A Walt Disney Productiten In Technicolor --PLUS--- The Curse Of Frankenstien PLUS CARTOON Sunday and Monday Stewart Granger Gun Glory In Ciemascope and Technicolor PLUS CARTOON Tuesday and Wednesday Sal Mineno, in The Young Don't Cry] PLUS CARTOON _ II I DIM JU 1-11 -tl   H#JedmlV " '1 ' 12% Cattle Feed, cw ......, ,, $3.15 Baby Beef Feed, cwt ..... $3.75 II I Hog Supplement, cwt .... $5.00 Pig & Sow Feed, cwt. .... $4.10 Hog Fattner, cwt. $3.90 i Shorts, cwt. $2.90 20% Range Cubes, cwt. __ $3.80 III I PURCHASE ORDERS FILLED--SPREADER SERVICE WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, MISS. I II I SmaUey of Big Level, Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Smalley and daughter, Brinda of Wiggins and Ottis John- ston of Purvis. Mr. and Mrs..Witer Whitehead of Collins. returne.o their home Thursday following athree days visit here with the J. E. lawls family. Mrs. Sam Brown returned to her home here last Friday afternoon. after spending two weeks in Purvis with her son-in-law and daughter, 1Wx. and Mrs. Ottis Johnston. I Mr. and Mrs. Lovelle Simmons and family of Hattiesburg were guests last Saturday of hr. and Mrs. Quimic Breland and family. Those from the Big Level Re- bekahs Lodge who atended the sub-district meeting of the Rebe- kahs Assemble of Mississippi Tues- day. in Paseagoula were, Mr. Iva Taylor, Mr. Houston Breland. Mrs Allen Bond. Mrs. Lynn Glaze, Mrs. M. P. White, Mrs. Floyd Clayton, Mrs. L. S. Breland, Mrs. C. E. Fair- ley and Mrs. G. A. Breland. The Gulfport Rebekah Lodge was host. N. B. Colvin attended the AGE School in Mobile, last Tuesday. t Johnnie Preston left last Wed- nesday for San Diego Calif. to visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. arid i Mrs. Qunnie Preston. I Mrs. J. C. Lasseter returned to i Iher home in Moss P o i n t Sunday after spending last week here with her mother, Mrs. L. S. Breland, who is ill at her home. Mrs. E. H. Bond is convalescing at the home of her son Mertz Bond at Camp Tiak, after several days in the Stone County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bradford Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NEAI,'S GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 6:00 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, November 28, 1957 ..... i i iii and children, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Michigan. He also pent last week Morgan and family of Gulfport !in the Wilson Coclu'an home a visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rwlu Fruitland Park. and family Saturday. t !PERKINSTON 7th GRADE Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pierce, visited ELECT NEW CLASS OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brelaad and The family in Brooklyn Su,day after- 7oh grade of Perkinsto noon. School, home room class of Mr, Bert Griffin, who was with the Ken Burchfield. elected their class USAF in England, visited his un-'officers. They are. cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I President, Sandra McHenry; rio Griffin, and the Dean Griffin faro-president. Larry Moran; secretary, ily Sunday. He left Monday to visit I PAchard Broak treasurer. Ronald his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mi's. I Harriel: Soldier of Arms, Loui Perry Smith in Jacksonville, Fla., i Hickman and James Harriel: and before he reports to his base *in !Reporter, Emily Owens. DON'T WORRY... CALL FLURRY Stop Roaches, Ants, Rats. Mice and Termites. FLURRY EXTERMINATING CO. PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 W IGGIN,. S PRE-CHRISTMAS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DECEMBER 4 & 5 New Student Center-Gymnasium Perkinston Junior College Wednesday, December 4 7:30-- PEARL RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE Vs. CHIPOLA, FLORIDA 9:00 PERKINSTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Vs. TYLER, TEXAS Thursday, December 5 7:30--Consolation 9:00 Championship AdmissionAdults $I.00, Students 50c l ll Every month Electrici(y helps you wash and dry encJ,h clothing to ouHit a P.T.A. meeting If you take advantage of your home laundry as much as the aver- age homemaker, you wash and dry enough clothing in a month's time to dress 60 people or morel To say nothing of the household linen! That's the kind of help electricity gives us which we're likely to take for granted. What else do you use that helps so much to do so many thinga-- yet costs so little? REODY, HELPS YOU D-- - Ill I I II 0( Mrs. Pa ille, Tern 'ith her p Ylontgome ten, Jimm: Gaff Wa olidays lind Mrs. M!ss Sm 'ork to holidays tt Mississ] Mr. and ree daug e Thant [r. Batsor 31ark Bats Mr. and aughters .chilling's g, of Me] Marjorie ae holida: nd Mrs. ark. Mr. and o daugh f Biloxi, olidays  t, Mr. Among t )lidays w , atts. Ka nn Thorn College ratt and m Mt. reland I urrel Bo ckson, f flip Pe: rry; Mi [igh Scho Moon" J Mr. and ree child nd Julia ternoon tests of : Mr. and aughter, : )ent the reland a ad Mr. a Mrs. H. attiesbun ad sen-in horton a[ Mr. anc ad four s ad Joel, Ira. Park s. W. E The Met ,red a fo "day, De( e. Door., hicken pi, Mr. and tatted Mr "eager a Mr. and oung son lying hol arents, on, and ts, Mr. ger of l Mr. and ld daug anksgiv ck Schi Mr. an hree chi Newtor ts. Mr. an( week Pete Mr. an( Owen Mr. am their and ! Mr. an of Mrs. of C Buy y( pies F alse g Mr. ar Mr. l chil s pa Mr. a New: Miss sp St. The II ...... L WHS Junior Class TEN MILE CHURCH GIRLS AUXILIARY Reaches $1000 Goal ELECT OFFICERS By Jeanie Spiers, Scretary By Gloria Elizabeth Brooks Each year te Junior Cla of the I The Girl's Auxiliary of Ten Mile Wiggins High School engage in a I Missionary Baptist Church is now terrific magazine drive put on by in it's second year's growth. We are the Curtis Publishing Company. I small in number, but large in faith. This year the c I a s s was divided Our group has bought a 70-cup coffee urn for the church and we tre now in the process of buying a mimeograph machine. We feel that this machine will aid our pastor and Sunday School and Training Service workers greatly. into tWO groups. The Crickets whoe captains were Jeanie Spiers and Jesse Martin were greatly opposed by the Grasshoppers, whose captains were James Day and Marlene Wig- gins. The general manager, Billy Jack Monday night, Oct. 21, we met Bufkin, called the workers together in the home of Brother and Sister[ o October 29, and the campaign Roy Lott and we elected officers I for selling magazines started. It for the ensuing year. They were I was to last until the 12 of Novem-as follows, president, Miss Betty bet. The class set a $1000 goal, lRose Cooper; vice president, Miss which it made with a $60.62 ad-{Brenda Davis; secretary, Miss Mildred Glen Lott; treasurer. Miss Bonnie Nell Strickland and reporter, I Mis Gloria Elizabeth Brooks. An enlistment and absentee com- Imittee was appointed and approved This committee consisted of Miss Edith Davis. Miss Cheree Ann Bre- land and Miss Virginia Dare Bre- land. Other committees and a vancement. Everyone had fun and made an educational sale of good magazines in many homes. Billy Jack Bufkin won the $25.00 prize offered by the Curtis Pub- !ishing Co., for the greatest num- ber of magazines sold followed closely by Wynn Alexander whose -ond prize was $12.00, paid by the class for splendid salesmanship. He Councellor and assistant coun- also won the Curtis Co.'s Tomcat. cellor will be appointed and elected Swinging close on Wynn's heels was  at a later date. Brother Max WaN Donald Roper with an $8.00 third I ters brought us a very timely de- prise, which was also paid by the votional in the simple and great Glass for his determined salesman-plan of salvation. $1"dp. / Sister Eltra Bond is now serving Ms. Ruth James is the Junior as Councellor and Sister Essie Mac Class sponsor and deserves a great Brooks as assistant. We will wel- deal of credit for this magnificent task. The class and Mrs. James are greatly appreciative of the fine com- mtmAty spirit during this campaign and wishes an expression of thaxYs to everyone for your wonderful help. come everyone to come and work with us. Pray that we will ever be found walking in the sunshine of God's love. In ten short generations (about six months' time) a single greenfly can give birth to young exceeding the population of China. Medical evidence of your dis- ability is required to get social se- curity disability benefits. Multi-Million Dollar Oil Boom In Utah America's big new fortunes are made in OIL. YOU can own a 40 acre oil lease in great new oil frontier of Southern Utah in area of valuable India Reservation Land. Don't miss your OPPORT- UNi[TY IN OIL. IT COULD MAKE YOU RICH! Only $12 per month. Write immediately for map and details to Trans American Oil Co., Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. I III INSURANCE Insurance is something you need every day, so let me help you solve your problem for... Fire, Automobile, Life, Accident & Health and Hospital Insurance I have a financing plan that with a small down payment you can pay your premiums monthly. Hontas O'Neal I fufl-poweredl  only A-transistors S125.00 worn entirely at fhe ear... ,'((, i1*  no dangling cordsl ,,['  * ; Another ZcniLh " tr,!umph! Remarkablo new weanng ease Jne Di lomat ' sli ,% " J I * in a jiffy.., weighs lessPhan an onS? 'ifft f"( ,_ brings full power...brilliant clarity...famous ",__   Zenith quality! /  lo-oy Money-,a G..r..t.. IS Your Zcnith Hearing Aid must in your opinion I outperform any other mak--ewn tho sell. ing for $250 or $300...or your money will bo IL refunded in ful' . mm GIBSON HEARING $175.00 AID CENTER Green Clinic Bldg. 705 Hall Ave. tUCUlp I I IIIIIII ST01 COUNTY ENTERPRISP I I l ! Growing Mash, cwt ...... $4.50 m |1 Laying 18% Mash, cwt ...... $4.15 Imp 16% Laying Pellets, cwt. $4.15 21% Laying Mash, cwt. $4.35 21% Laying Pellets, cwt. $4.45 18% DairY Feed, cwt ........... $3.40 10% Dairy Feed, cwt ........... $3.30 II III I I I I MISS BETTYE BUTLER .... engagement is announced MISS BETTYE BUTLER'S ENGAGEMENT TO MR. BOBBY DEAN HUNT IS TOLD Mr. and Mrs. Irby L. Butler, Route Two, Wiggins, Missis- sippi, announce the engagement and approaching mar- riage of their only daughter, Bettye, to Mr. Bobby Dean Hunt, son Of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hunt of Route One, Per- kinston, Mississippi. :! Claudell Rawls, who is home on Big a leave from Fort Sheridan, Ill. A News picnic dinner was served at noon By W2tite with around 50 attending. Among Those from Big Level Church who attended the WMU Joint meet- trig at Wiggins Baptist Church last. Tuesday night were, Mrs. A. V. Faggard, Mrs. H. H. Moore, Mrs. i Julios Broers and Mrs. Elmer Rawls. Airman Apprentice Dan W. Bre- land of Memphis, Tenn.. spent the past two weeks end here with his wife, IAmfle. While here they vis- ited Airman Breland parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Breland of Route One, Brooklyn. A family reunion of the J. E. Rawis family was enjoyed Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rawls, In honor of their son, PFC NOTICE OF ELECTION Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 253, Laws of 1938, an elect- ion will be held on the 9 day of January, 1958 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M., to select from nominees three (3) Commissioners for the Stone County Soil Conservation Dis- trier, Voting Places: ASC Office, Wig- gins, Oison J. Smith Store, Blg Level Grocery, Dees Store, Perkins- ton. Signed by authority of an order of the State Soil Conservation Com- mittee in its minutes of Octobe 11, 195"/. Charlie R. Ashford, Secretary N28/DS/12/19 " I those from off who attended were. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Safford of Collins, Mr .and Mrs. Harvis Golf and children, Sandra and Connie of Wade, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ross. Mrs. Katrene Binder and Brend Baverie, all of Hattiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Hudpeth recently visited relatives in Mem- phis and Tunica. Mr. and Mrs. Cethel Moore spem last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Knox Whittington and family in George County. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alexander and Rhonda spent Sunday with relatives in Grand Bay, Ale. Mrs. J. W. Smallcy hcncred her .sister, Mrs. Ottis Johnston of Pur- vis a birthday Sunday, with dinner INov, 17, at the Sn:allcy home. Tlo:e [who enjoyed rite lo;eiy allah" with her were, Mrs. Sam Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bond and Miss Dortha Jean Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hatten and sons. and Nix. GLO Dun00-:N I-WA 40. NORI list Show "/:I$ - Znd Show J Let us put your radia- tor in tip top shape for winter performance. Lonnie Burkett Radiator Shop IL Friday & Satudray John Wayne. in Red River PLUS CARTOON II I STI00UB theatre SdS IP. JI! tlS IIMw IImdslll P. M. Cool al Cmf-ble a Thursday & Friday Pete Cushing, in The Curse Of Frankenstein PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE Littlest Outlaw A Walt Disney Productiten In Technicolor --PLUS--- The Curse Of Frankenstien PLUS CARTOON Sunday and Monday Stewart Granger Gun Glory In Ciemascope and Technicolor PLUS CARTOON Tuesday and Wednesday Sal Mineno, in The Young Don't Cry] PLUS CARTOON _ II I DIM JU 1-11 -tl   H#JedmlV " '1 ' 12% Cattle Feed, cw ......, ,, $3.15 Baby Beef Feed, cwt ..... $3.75 II I Hog Supplement, cwt .... $5.00 Pig & Sow Feed, cwt. .... $4.10 Hog Fattner, cwt. $3.90 i Shorts, cwt. $2.90 20% Range Cubes, cwt. __ $3.80 III I PURCHASE ORDERS FILLED--SPREADER SERVICE WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, MISS. I II I SmaUey of Big Level, Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Smalley and daughter, Brinda of Wiggins and Ottis John- ston of Purvis. Mr. and Mrs..Witer Whitehead of Collins. returne.o their home Thursday following athree days visit here with the J. E. lawls family. Mrs. Sam Brown returned to her home here last Friday afternoon. after spending two weeks in Purvis with her son-in-law and daughter, 1Wx. and Mrs. Ottis Johnston. I Mr. and Mrs. Lovelle Simmons and family of Hattiesburg were guests last Saturday of hr. and Mrs. Quimic Breland and family. Those from the Big Level Re- bekahs Lodge who atended the sub-district meeting of the Rebe- kahs Assemble of Mississippi Tues- day. in Paseagoula were, Mr. Iva Taylor, Mr. Houston Breland. Mrs Allen Bond. Mrs. Lynn Glaze, Mrs. M. P. White, Mrs. Floyd Clayton, Mrs. L. S. Breland, Mrs. C. E. Fair- ley and Mrs. G. A. Breland. The Gulfport Rebekah Lodge was host. N. B. Colvin attended the AGE School in Mobile, last Tuesday. t Johnnie Preston left last Wed- nesday for San Diego Calif. to visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. arid i Mrs. Qunnie Preston. I Mrs. J. C. Lasseter returned to i Iher home in Moss P o i n t Sunday after spending last week here with her mother, Mrs. L. S. Breland, who is ill at her home. Mrs. E. H. Bond is convalescing at the home of her son Mertz Bond at Camp Tiak, after several days in the Stone County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bradford Dr. John M. Bleuer Optometrist WIGGINS OFFICE HOURS EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR TO O'NEAI,'S GIFT CENTER BILOXI OFFICE HOURS Daily--9:00 to 6:00 Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, November 28, 1957 ..... i i iii and children, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Michigan. He also pent last week Morgan and family of Gulfport !in the Wilson Coclu'an home a visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rwlu Fruitland Park. and family Saturday. t !PERKINSTON 7th GRADE Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pierce, visited ELECT NEW CLASS OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brelaad and The family in Brooklyn Su,day after- 7oh grade of Perkinsto noon. School, home room class of Mr, Bert Griffin, who was with the Ken Burchfield. elected their class USAF in England, visited his un-'officers. They are. cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I President, Sandra McHenry; rio Griffin, and the Dean Griffin faro-president. Larry Moran; secretary, ily Sunday. He left Monday to visit I PAchard Broak treasurer. Ronald his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mi's. I Harriel: Soldier of Arms, Loui Perry Smith in Jacksonville, Fla., i Hickman and James Harriel: and before he reports to his base *in !Reporter, Emily Owens. DON'T WORRY... CALL FLURRY Stop Roaches, Ants, Rats. Mice and Termites. FLURRY EXTERMINATING CO. PHONE WALNUT 8-4241 W IGGIN,. S PRE-CHRISTMAS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DECEMBER 4 & 5 New Student Center-Gymnasium Perkinston Junior College Wednesday, December 4 7:30-- PEARL RIVER JUNIOR COLLEGE Vs. CHIPOLA, FLORIDA 9:00 PERKINSTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Vs. TYLER, TEXAS Thursday, December 5 7:30--Consolation 9:00 Championship AdmissionAdults $I.00, Students 50c l ll Every month Electrici(y helps you wash and dry encJ,h clothing to ouHit a P.T.A. meeting If you take advantage of your home laundry as much as the aver- age homemaker, you wash and dry enough clothing in a month's time to dress 60 people or morel To say nothing of the household linen! That's the kind of help electricity gives us which we're likely to take for granted. What else do you use that helps so much to do so many thinga-- yet costs so little? REODY, HELPS YOU D-- - Ill I I II 0( Mrs. Pa ille, Tern 'ith her p Ylontgome ten, Jimm: Gaff Wa olidays lind Mrs. M!ss Sm 'ork to holidays tt Mississ] Mr. and ree daug e Thant [r. Batsor 31ark Bats Mr. and aughters .chilling's g, of Me] Marjorie ae holida: nd Mrs. ark. Mr. and o daugh f Biloxi, olidays  t, Mr. Among t )lidays w , atts. Ka nn Thorn College ratt and m Mt. reland I urrel Bo ckson, f flip Pe: rry; Mi [igh Scho Moon" J Mr. and ree child nd Julia ternoon tests of : Mr. and aughter, : )ent the reland a ad Mr. a Mrs. H. attiesbun ad sen-in horton a[ Mr. anc ad four s ad Joel, Ira. Park s. W. E The Met ,red a fo "day, De( e. Door., hicken pi, Mr. and tatted Mr "eager a Mr. and oung son lying hol arents, on, and ts, Mr. ger of l Mr. and ld daug anksgiv ck Schi Mr. an hree chi Newtor ts. Mr. an( week Pete Mr. an( Owen Mr. am their and ! Mr. an of Mrs. of C Buy y( pies F alse g Mr. ar Mr. l chil s pa Mr. a New: Miss sp St. The