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2-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-NOVEMBER 29, 1979 400ltCtr/00s _.o ,,,.o,.... I GOD&apos;S REVELATION OF HIMSELF Romans 1:18-20 declares that God has revealed Himself to man in creation. Not that we can learn His plan of salvation from creation - far from it. But the creation; the beauty of its flowers and sunsets, the sun and rain and crops to supply us with food, the unchangeable laws of nature, all show forth, not only theexistence of God, but His power, His justice, so that man is a respon- sible being and, as Verse 20 says, "without excuse" for the deplor- able condition in which he finds himself. A believer, talking with an athe- istic evolutionist one day, took out his watch, looked at it and put it back into his pocket, saying: "1 have a wonderful watch. I never have to do anything to it, yet it keeps per- fect time; never misses a second." "What make is it?" the atheist asked. "Oh, no make," answered the Christian. "Well, who manufac- tured it7 .... Oh, nobody; it just put itself together somehow." "Nonsense," said the atheist, "A watch can't just come into exist- ence. Somebody had to design it and somebody had to manufacture it." "True," said the Christian, "yet you expect me to believe that this universe, with its billions of stars and planets, all working together in per- fect order, just came about by itself; that it had no Designer, no Creator and no one who keeps it running? Isn't that nonsense? No wonder Paul says that the godless are "without excuse," even the vast majority of "religious" peo- pie, who salve their consciences by giving a small part of each week or each day to the performance of some religious rite, but keep God out of their businesses, their poli- tics, their social relationships and their hearts. But thank God, as He has re- vealed His power and glory in crea- tion, He has revealed His mercy and grace; His plan of salvation, in the Bible, where we read how "Christ died for our sins" (I Cor. 15:3), so that we might have "redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace" (Eph. 1:7). wr_lNa FL,t B=pt Ch= Vardaman Street Baptist Church Bethel Baat O=,r Church d Cleat Fh'st United Methodist Chah Un/ted Pentecetal Church Crch  Chr St. Franc/s Xmvla" Catholic Church Ebmu Baptl Church set sa Creh Church cf Jesus Chdst of Latter Day Salts New Welcome Hill Baptt p Chure New Zlon lptl Omrch New Zlon Methodist Church Church d God in Cht ML Zm UnRed MhodJst Church Church dGod Emanud Baplt Church BOND Bond Mhodbt Church Bond United Penteeoetal Church New  I/ Char- eh BIG LEVEL B Le  Ch.r Pmunount Mmionary Ba- Oak Grove Bapt Chm Ubmy Hill lptm Church l'uxedmm BalSt Charch Calvary ljlt m,,m_._ First bly of God DOILEY New Morning Star Bapd Church Amanda Chapel Bapt/st Church MeIIENI₯ McHy Ball Church Mc/-lenry M/m/mary Bapl/ Church Perryv Bayer Church Mr. Z/on Methodlst Church Ssht S. Cr Sweet Beulah Bapl/ Chur- ch Per Bal=lt Church BlloXi CM BIII Church Red CrRk Bapt Om.,b ML Avery II (lurch Lltt Cr Ba Chmeh PIm,L Andrews Chapel United Mhod Church Pleasant Hfl] Mlmionary Ba- ptlst Church TEXAS Tau Chal Mllst Charch This Message Is Brought To You From The Following Local Businesses Tre00 tment For Lice Given Lice and scabies (itch) aren't choosy about the people they infest. Several sites in Mississippi have reported an increase in people troubled with scabies and-or lice. The trend is thought to be part of a world- wide upswing of the troublesome condition. Traditionally, scabies and lice were thought to be associated with war, social upheaval, and poverty. But the apparent 12 to 15-year epidemic cycles that the diseases have indicate that the conditions do not respect socio-economic status. Infection is most easily found among school children, who provide bvious groupings of individuals.\\;But school settings are no more likely to spread the diseases than other areas of social contact; in fact, school closings have had no noticeable effect on out- breaks. Scabies and lice are spread from person to person through "skin-to-skin" contact and throu h contaminated FAIRBANKS MORSE WATER WELL SYSTEMS I h.p. 2 stage deep well pump =198.85 42 gal. tank L$68.00 GOLDIN INDUSTRIES, INC. Gulfpor t soo*o, Roo 896-6216 ipe Pumo s Well ,lies clothing and bedding. If one family member has lice or itch, others will likely get it; so all family members should be treated for the disease at the same time. Untreated, the conditions may persist for decades. Treatment is nearly I00 percent effective, though, if simple details are followed. Each infected or con- taminated person should take a hot, soapy hath, vigorously scrubbing the infected areas. After drying with a clean towel, he should appy one percent lindane cream or lotion - many products are available without prescrip- tion. For scabies, one should apply the cream or lotion from the neck down and leave it on the skin without washing for 24 hours. After 24 hours, he should take another hot hath and dress in clean clothing. For lice, the head or other affected areas should be i MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E, SLADE Slade-Sorrells Trenita Ann Sorrells and George Edward Slade were united in marriage on October 12 by Reverend Charles W. Risher in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. was held at the bride. The matron was Mrs. Michael sister-in-law of the Louie W. Slade, groom served as best thoroughly shampooed. All The bride is the daughter of The bride was clothing, bed clothes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Trenton marriage by her blankets, towels, wash cloths, Sorrells of Fort Walton Beach The couple and other items should be and the groom is the son of Mr. Callaway Gardens for laundered, steamed, or and Mrs. Loule L. Slade of honeymoon. They arel cleaned another way. The Wiggins. their home in Fort process should be repeated in The double ring ceremony Beach. a week. Health officials do not recommend the closing of Taylor In Pageant schools where scabies or lice e is present. They do urge Denise Taylor of Wiggins, appear in the movi. teachers, parents, physicians, MS was a contestant in the Also, professiom and nurses to look for the M I S S C E L E B R I T Y modeling agencies will l diseases PAGEANT held in Biloxi, the contests  :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: ...............-.-.-.-.- ............ :::. M i s s i s s i p p i d u r i n g Arrangements will iliROS.00-.KING-WALKER, INC.!i ::ii" A utomobile iili" l,iabililv iii:: " Accident ::i::::" Health ili!" Motorcycle ilil iii: • livcrrational 'ehicie • orkn,cn'. (i,,=,,pvnsalion R,'l,r,',, ,,,,,,g (),,," I() (,,,,,panic. iiii2o6 s,,. l......... ttr. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::+ :::::.:: :-: :-'.:-:-:-: :-:.:-::: seven • F ire :: • allle :< • Bond. :" ::! • l.ife :: • P, oat :: :. :.: :-: :.: 928.5208 ::!i Thanksgiving weekend. The pageant is an "open" competition for girls age three through 26 who are poised and attractive. Each competed in swimsuit and dress. Miss Celebrity will be awarded a speaking part in the major motion picture, COVER GIRL and her ex- penses paid for two days of filming in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bi B Gribble, producer of the movie, will film the entire pageant and various parts of the pageant will be used in an edited 10 minutes of the movie. The winner in each of age divisions will also PIE00I[ Sign up for the giant Christmas Stocking to be given away e have t Rcvlon great grooming fashion kits 10% Off MaLeck Wood Accessories Brass Collectibles "Old Tin" Bread Box, Canister • .d.00ny Ot00e. Bank. Of Wiggins Floral Placements Stone County Enterprise ' Hall's Food Mart I/. II KODAKHiANDnt'Imera First Magnolia Federal """ "' - w,,0C..e Moore Funeral Home A.L.S.mith, Gulf Oil i Distributor Larry Taylor Ford, Inc. I %Vhite;s erfumeconcentrate | @@@ 00PharmacyTlnc. Perfume Concentrate 3o3 East Pine Avenue * Wins, Mississippi 39577 Telephone (601) 928-4421 • Timeo Inc. a designated time contestants can career goals. Gribble states of including a script came about conversation with publishers of The Beauty Mobile, Alabama. As the company was produce the pageant. New-Arri00£ Mr. and Mrs. of Perkinston, birth of their third -- second daughter, Kristin, 7 Ibs. ½ November 6, 1979 in General Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. R.W. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roers, all of Hospital ADMrI[T William Light, Chester Fore, Bee Wilson, James James Box. Hilda Cuevas, Grizzard, Winnie Jean Hartfield, Brown, Dora Claiborn Anderson Sumrall. Shawna Marin, Quackenbush, Ceryl Patty Snowden, Brown, Jr., Dora Ronald Clay, Dedeaux and Willia Ciarence ThompsOn, Parker, Bobby FaY Mance McDonald, Head, Norma Seal, James Lorraine Bailey, Ann Stanton Waltenburg. DISCHAaO Amy McCardle Walker, Leagirtlm Robert; James Weekley, and Mary Bond. Fannie Smith, Wilson, Shawna Mari Pagle, Ethel Naoma D'Angelo, Wedgeworth and Sansing. Billy Ray CooleY, Sufnrall, Patty Gloria Bond, Jean Tommy Brown, Dora Yeager and Dean. Gwen Young, Dedeaux and Cheryl ATTENTION HUN TRAPPERS The Co. of West Point, also Friday, Dec. 14 1:30 - 3:00 pm. at Gulf port Feed, Magnolia Drive. We types of furs very will pay the price them. Don until you have us. If you have furs and want top moneY 2-STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-NOVEMBER 29, 1979 400ltCtr/00s _.o ,,,.o,.... I GOD'S REVELATION OF HIMSELF Romans 1:18-20 declares that God has revealed Himself to man in creation. Not that we can learn His plan of salvation from creation - far from it. But the creation; the beauty of its flowers and sunsets, the sun and rain and crops to supply us with food, the unchangeable laws of nature, all show forth, not only theexistence of God, but His power, His justice, so that man is a respon- sible being and, as Verse 20 says, "without excuse" for the deplor- able condition in which he finds himself. A believer, talking with an athe- istic evolutionist one day, took out his watch, looked at it and put it back into his pocket, saying: "1 have a wonderful watch. I never have to do anything to it, yet it keeps per- fect time; never misses a second." "What make is it?" the atheist asked. "Oh, no make," answered the Christian. "Well, who manufac- tured it7 .... Oh, nobody; it just put itself together somehow." "Nonsense," said the atheist, "A watch can't just come into exist- ence. Somebody had to design it and somebody had to manufacture it." "True," said the Christian, "yet you expect me to believe that this universe, with its billions of stars and planets, all working together in per- fect order, just came about by itself; that it had no Designer, no Creator and no one who keeps it running? Isn't that nonsense? No wonder Paul says that the godless are "without excuse," even the vast majority of "religious" peo- pie, who salve their consciences by giving a small part of each week or each day to the performance of some religious rite, but keep God out of their businesses, their poli- tics, their social relationships and their hearts. But thank God, as He has re- vealed His power and glory in crea- tion, He has revealed His mercy and grace; His plan of salvation, in the Bible, where we read how "Christ died for our sins" (I Cor. 15:3), so that we might have "redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace" (Eph. 1:7). wr_lNa FL,t B=pt Ch= Vardaman Street Baptist Church Bethel Baat O=,r Church d Cleat Fh'st United Methodist Chah Un/ted Pentecetal Church Crch  Chr St. Franc/s Xmvla" Catholic Church Ebmu Baptl Church set sa Creh Church cf Jesus Chdst of Latter Day Salts New Welcome Hill Baptt p Chure New Zlon lptl Omrch New Zlon Methodist Church Church d God in Cht ML Zm UnRed MhodJst Church Church dGod Emanud Baplt Church BOND Bond Mhodbt Church Bond United Penteeoetal Church New  I/ Char- eh BIG LEVEL B Le  Ch.r Pmunount Mmionary Ba- Oak Grove Bapt Chm Ubmy Hill lptm Church l'uxedmm BalSt Charch Calvary ljlt m,,m_._ First bly of God DOILEY New Morning Star Bapd Church Amanda Chapel Bapt/st Church MeIIENI₯ McHy Ball Church Mc/-lenry M/m/mary Bapl/ Church Perryv Bayer Church Mr. Z/on Methodlst Church Ssht S. Cr Sweet Beulah Bapl/ Chur- ch Per Bal=lt Church BlloXi CM BIII Church Red CrRk Bapt Om.,b ML Avery II (lurch Lltt Cr Ba Chmeh PIm,L Andrews Chapel United Mhod Church Pleasant Hfl] Mlmionary Ba- ptlst Church TEXAS Tau Chal Mllst Charch This Message Is Brought To You From The Following Local Businesses Tre00 tment For Lice Given Lice and scabies (itch) aren't choosy about the people they infest. Several sites in Mississippi have reported an increase in people troubled with scabies and-or lice. The trend is thought to be part of a world- wide upswing of the troublesome condition. Traditionally, scabies and lice were thought to be associated with war, social upheaval, and poverty. But the apparent 12 to 15-year epidemic cycles that the diseases have indicate that the conditions do not respect socio-economic status. Infection is most easily found among school children, who provide bvious groupings of individuals.\\;But school settings are no more likely to spread the diseases than other areas of social contact; in fact, school closings have had no noticeable effect on out- breaks. Scabies and lice are spread from person to person through "skin-to-skin" contact and throu h contaminated FAIRBANKS MORSE WATER WELL SYSTEMS I h.p. 2 stage deep well pump =198.85 42 gal. tank L$68.00 GOLDIN INDUSTRIES, INC. Gulfpor t soo*o, Roo 896-6216 ipe Pumo s Well ,lies clothing and bedding. If one family member has lice or itch, others will likely get it; so all family members should be treated for the disease at the same time. Untreated, the conditions may persist for decades. Treatment is nearly I00 percent effective, though, if simple details are followed. Each infected or con- taminated person should take a hot, soapy hath, vigorously scrubbing the infected areas. After drying with a clean towel, he should appy one percent lindane cream or lotion - many products are available without prescrip- tion. For scabies, one should apply the cream or lotion from the neck down and leave it on the skin without washing for 24 hours. After 24 hours, he should take another hot hath and dress in clean clothing. For lice, the head or other affected areas should be i MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E, SLADE Slade-Sorrells Trenita Ann Sorrells and George Edward Slade were united in marriage on October 12 by Reverend Charles W. Risher in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. was held at the bride. The matron was Mrs. Michael sister-in-law of the Louie W. Slade, groom served as best thoroughly shampooed. All The bride is the daughter of The bride was clothing, bed clothes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Trenton marriage by her blankets, towels, wash cloths, Sorrells of Fort Walton Beach The couple and other items should be and the groom is the son of Mr. Callaway Gardens for laundered, steamed, or and Mrs. Loule L. Slade of honeymoon. They arel cleaned another way. The Wiggins. their home in Fort process should be repeated in The double ring ceremony Beach. a week. Health officials do not recommend the closing of Taylor In Pageant schools where scabies or lice e is present. They do urge Denise Taylor of Wiggins, appear in the movi. teachers, parents, physicians, MS was a contestant in the Also, professiom and nurses to look for the M I S S C E L E B R I T Y modeling agencies will l diseases PAGEANT held in Biloxi, the contests  :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: ...............-.-.-.-.- ............ :::. M i s s i s s i p p i d u r i n g Arrangements will iliROS.00-.KING-WALKER, INC.!i ::ii" A utomobile iili" l,iabililv iii:: " Accident ::i::::" Health ili!" Motorcycle ilil iii: • livcrrational 'ehicie • orkn,cn'. (i,,=,,pvnsalion R,'l,r,',, ,,,,,,g (),,," I() (,,,,,panic. iiii2o6 s,,. l......... ttr. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::+ :::::.:: :-: :-'.:-:-:-: :-:.:-::: seven • F ire :: • allle :< • Bond. :" ::! • l.ife :: • P, oat :: :. :.: :-: :.: 928.5208 ::!i Thanksgiving weekend. The pageant is an "open" competition for girls age three through 26 who are poised and attractive. Each competed in swimsuit and dress. Miss Celebrity will be awarded a speaking part in the major motion picture, COVER GIRL and her ex- penses paid for two days of filming in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bi B Gribble, producer of the movie, will film the entire pageant and various parts of the pageant will be used in an edited 10 minutes of the movie. The winner in each of age divisions will also PIE00I[ Sign up for the giant Christmas Stocking to be given away e have t Rcvlon great grooming fashion kits 10% Off MaLeck Wood Accessories Brass Collectibles "Old Tin" Bread Box, Canister • .d.00ny Ot00e. Bank. Of Wiggins Floral Placements Stone County Enterprise ' Hall's Food Mart I/. II KODAKHiANDnt'Imera First Magnolia Federal """ "' - w,,0C..e Moore Funeral Home A.L.S.mith, Gulf Oil i Distributor Larry Taylor Ford, Inc. I %Vhite;s erfumeconcentrate | @@@ 00PharmacyTlnc. Perfume Concentrate 3o3 East Pine Avenue * Wins, Mississippi 39577 Telephone (601) 928-4421 • Timeo Inc. a designated time contestants can career goals. Gribble states of including a script came about conversation with publishers of The Beauty Mobile, Alabama. As the company was produce the pageant. New-Arri00£ Mr. and Mrs. of Perkinston, birth of their third -- second daughter, Kristin, 7 Ibs. ½ November 6, 1979 in General Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. R.W. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roers, all of Hospital ADMrI[T William Light, Chester Fore, Bee Wilson, James James Box. Hilda Cuevas, Grizzard, Winnie Jean Hartfield, Brown, Dora Claiborn Anderson Sumrall. Shawna Marin, Quackenbush, Ceryl Patty Snowden, Brown, Jr., Dora Ronald Clay, Dedeaux and Willia Ciarence ThompsOn, Parker, Bobby FaY Mance McDonald, Head, Norma Seal, James Lorraine Bailey, Ann Stanton Waltenburg. DISCHAaO Amy McCardle Walker, Leagirtlm Robert; James Weekley, and Mary Bond. Fannie Smith, Wilson, Shawna Mari Pagle, Ethel Naoma D'Angelo, Wedgeworth and Sansing. Billy Ray CooleY, Sufnrall, Patty Gloria Bond, Jean Tommy Brown, Dora Yeager and Dean. Gwen Young, Dedeaux and Cheryl ATTENTION HUN TRAPPERS The Co. of West Point, also Friday, Dec. 14 1:30 - 3:00 pm. at Gulf port Feed, Magnolia Drive. We types of furs very will pay the price them. Don until you have us. If you have furs and want top moneY