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6.STONE COUJTV ENTERPRISE-NOVEMBER 29, 1979 Dees & Alexander : .; Bu,ld,ng Supply l. 'i J FOR ALL YOUR : in $,rv Cej v O Spec. 4 Clearesia Moore, BUILDING PRECISION u^DrL,^Dr t daughter of Mrs. Rosia L. O S U P P L I E S PAIIT r] t nu.  Griffin, Route 2, Lurnberton, Miss., recently was assigned v ,  " 0 as a cook with the ?,Sth  i-  IIVAN  : Medical Battalion at Sehofield v & '   # Barracks, Hawaii. 0 -/._"  W -- She entered the Army in /,( (  m,m : March '9". The specialist received her  v .,, 4 high school diploma through - °'  the General Educational '22214,°.Yr,j,p A lI$4,4,4,1'222. Development program. BIG BUCK CONTEST THIS DEER SEASON THROUGH JAN. 15th, 1980 • ,. , Biggest Legal Buck , ',(,.i" ,€' (Weight, size & Length of Horns) , ,,,' e .  Brought to the cabin store - p before Jan. 16th wins $100 r i  ".€" 2nd Largest Buck wins $50. Extra $25 for reisterinlz- ,(A.i'';i, with cabin store before " ' hunting!l We provide professional taxidermist service by JollnNichois. A free mount for the Deer with the widest horn spread. We Buy All Kinds Of Furs CABIN STORE Hwy 29 No. 928-4818 Prevent Food Poison Don't let Salmonella spoil your holiday dinner. Salmonella, bacteria frequently found in raw poultry, eggs, meat, and dairy products, can cause food poisoning if ingested. In the human gastrointestinal tract, salmonella produces irritation which can result in abdominal cramps and pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and fever. Symptoms range from only mild discomfort to life- endangering general in- fections. Although salmonella con- tamination can take place during food production, han- dling, or storage in manu- facturing plants, it usually stems from improper ban- diing of food during pre- paration in the home. You can lessen the threat of infections from food poisoning by" folio- WINS AWARD - Miss Vicki Lynn Barley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bailey of Fruitland wing some simple rules: P;rork i wtm. the Christnms Queen photogenic award, Saturday Nov. 24, 1979 at the Petal Au- - Wash raw food carefully Higher Education Confab Scheduled A higher education con- of HigherLearningDecember meeting will focus on especially the southeast. ference specifically designed 6-7. establishing a closer --acertain the goals of for state legislators and According to Dr. Jim relationship between the Mississippis universities for elected state officials will be Meredith, conference director College Board, elected of- the 1980s, in the areas of hosted here by the Board of and staff member of the ficials and legislators, based teaching, research and ser- Trustees of State Institutions Board, the two d,,knowledge, vice proRrams. The universities have --attempt to determine the ctitical needs which, if not roles which Mississippi's We Have fulfilled, will prevent them universities should play in her Amana Radarange Microwave SALES McGehee T. V. sertCE 11 7E. Colhge St. Wiggins Railroad Ave. Perkiaston 928.5659 928.4 754 4r BRYAN (SMOKY HOLLOW BRAND) '[MI- BONELESS HAMS ................................................... 1. GRADE "A" WHOLE (limit 2) € FRYERS ............................................... 47 FRESH PORK " .RIBS 'b average) 1. °' BRYAN SMOKED PORK CHOPS ..................................... FLAVORITE SLICED BACON (12 oz. pkg.) lOIb. RED 1 49 GRADE "A" LARGE ............................ POTATOES .......................... 99' SUNBEAM 5 lb. BAG SWEET ' ORANGES ............................ 99' (303 can) 3/lOO PRIDE OF ILLINOISE YELLOW CR EA M COR N (33cn) .3 / 1°° LETTUCE head FINE FARE TRELLIS PA PER PEAS FINE FARE TUNA(0000 oz.> .......... 6 9' CA R .............. 25' December Jackpot 20000. to be drawn [ cember 29, 197g HALL'S FOOD MART "EAST PINE SINCE " from making maximum contributions to the state's development in the 1980s," Meredith said. Topic for the confence is "Mississippi's Universities In The 80s: Maximizing Their Contributions to the State's Development." Through general sessions and gnall group discussions the conference planners hope to realize specific objectives: -give legislators, new and old, as well as elected officials with responsibilities for higher education a better understanding of Mississippi's universities and the challenges and opportunities which they face in the next decade. --explore potential con- tributions which Mississippi's universities might make to the state in the next decade, especially in its economic development. --compare the public universities of Mississippi with those of other states, future development, including major issues and concerns of higher education in the state. According to Meredith noted authorities with expertise in the contribution which higher education can make to the development of Mississippi have been invited to speak. Approximately 200-250 participants are expected. Registration will begin at 1 p.m., December 6 with the program continuing through a 7:30 p.m. dinner that evening. The second day will begin with participants having breakfast with presidents of the eight universities in a question and answer session. The con- ference will end with a 12 noon session and an address by governor-elect William Winter. Since the Revolutionary War, nearly 39 million men and women have served in the U.S. military during periods of armed hostilities. and throughly before i paration. -Wash hands and thoroughly after foods to lessen the of contamination of ready to eat foods., directions for paring, or serving frozen foods. Storage per temperatures salmonella growth through cooking will - Do not thaw froz poultry at room Thaw in the refri use cool running water. - Do not stuff ckens the night cooking, as multiply quickly undO" conditions. Stuff just roasting. Never in the leftover turkey or the turkey ce and finish cooking it -Refrigerate raptly and heat fore reserving. should be reheated to boil" ) -Refrigerate all dairy duets, including de from dry base. I -Make sure perishable are kept cold until eatS. ds which tend to without refrigeration not be exposed to mperatures for one-half hour before - Avoid tasting raw parations containing pastry mixes. Never suspected safe to eat; this is a fatal act. Cracked often contamina d be discarded. - Don't eat hambu! rare. - Do not leave meat at temperature for more two hours after cookiig frigerate meat as so possible always. -Do not leave tuna, or other salad-tyP dwiches - including bagged lunches - at mperature for more tl hours. Plan 1980 CoO Production Time is running out collecting soil samples corn land. We have days remaining start planting our *'''*r'W*-#rr'rrwwxw crop on February 25, i Bob's Heat'..g ! I n We have a new s zpp sample boxes and inh II- ]t sheets to assist yoO and I collecting soil sampleS. A" Cond'" "ng  very important that Ir itlon I collect the samples intbe ten days and bring the : "Your Carrier Dealer in Wiggins ,, : pies by the County E: : We Spemhze In Sheetmml Work : youServ]Cein packaging°ffice" WeandWi 126 N. Parker 928-4483** samples to the ,  - #**r. **Jr******************** Laboratorv. Wilso n's Pharmacy Senior Citizen Discount Stop By Today And Sign Up For The Senior Citien Discount Timex Watches Amity Papermate Pen Sets Pangburn's Candy Westclox Clocks Christmas Water Candles WILSON'S Pharmacy 101 E. Pme 92 6.STONE COUJTV ENTERPRISE-NOVEMBER 29, 1979 Dees & Alexander : .; Bu,ld,ng Supply l. 'i J FOR ALL YOUR : in $,rv Cej v O Spec. 4 Clearesia Moore, BUILDING PRECISION u^DrL,^Dr t daughter of Mrs. Rosia L. O S U P P L I E S PAIIT r] t nu.  Griffin, Route 2, Lurnberton, Miss., recently was assigned v ,  " 0 as a cook with the ?,Sth  i-  IIVAN  : Medical Battalion at Sehofield v & '   # Barracks, Hawaii. 0 -/._"  W -- She entered the Army in /,( (  m,m : March '9". The specialist received her  v .,, 4 high school diploma through - °'  the General Educational '22214,°.Yr,j,p A lI$4,4,4,1'222. Development program. BIG BUCK CONTEST THIS DEER SEASON THROUGH JAN. 15th, 1980 • ,. , Biggest Legal Buck , ',(,.i" ,€' (Weight, size & Length of Horns) , ,,,' e .  Brought to the cabin store - p before Jan. 16th wins $100 r i  ".€" 2nd Largest Buck wins $50. Extra $25 for reisterinlz- ,(A.i'';i, with cabin store before " ' hunting!l We provide professional taxidermist service by JollnNichois. A free mount for the Deer with the widest horn spread. We Buy All Kinds Of Furs CABIN STORE Hwy 29 No. 928-4818 Prevent Food Poison Don't let Salmonella spoil your holiday dinner. Salmonella, bacteria frequently found in raw poultry, eggs, meat, and dairy products, can cause food poisoning if ingested. In the human gastrointestinal tract, salmonella produces irritation which can result in abdominal cramps and pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and fever. Symptoms range from only mild discomfort to life- endangering general in- fections. Although salmonella con- tamination can take place during food production, han- dling, or storage in manu- facturing plants, it usually stems from improper ban- diing of food during pre- paration in the home. You can lessen the threat of infections from food poisoning by" folio- WINS AWARD - Miss Vicki Lynn Barley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bailey of Fruitland wing some simple rules: P;rork i wtm. the Christnms Queen photogenic award, Saturday Nov. 24, 1979 at the Petal Au- - Wash raw food carefully Higher Education Confab Scheduled A higher education con- of HigherLearningDecember meeting will focus on especially the southeast. ference specifically designed 6-7. establishing a closer --acertain the goals of for state legislators and According to Dr. Jim relationship between the Mississippis universities for elected state officials will be Meredith, conference director College Board, elected of- the 1980s, in the areas of hosted here by the Board of and staff member of the ficials and legislators, based teaching, research and ser- Trustees of State Institutions Board, the two d,,knowledge, vice proRrams. The universities have --attempt to determine the ctitical needs which, if not roles which Mississippi's We Have fulfilled, will prevent them universities should play in her Amana Radarange Microwave SALES McGehee T. V. sertCE 11 7E. Colhge St. Wiggins Railroad Ave. Perkiaston 928.5659 928.4 754 4r BRYAN (SMOKY HOLLOW BRAND) '[MI- BONELESS HAMS ................................................... 1. GRADE "A" WHOLE (limit 2) € FRYERS ............................................... 47 FRESH PORK " .RIBS 'b average) 1. °' BRYAN SMOKED PORK CHOPS ..................................... FLAVORITE SLICED BACON (12 oz. pkg.) lOIb. RED 1 49 GRADE "A" LARGE ............................ POTATOES .......................... 99' SUNBEAM 5 lb. BAG SWEET ' ORANGES ............................ 99' (303 can) 3/lOO PRIDE OF ILLINOISE YELLOW CR EA M COR N (33cn) .3 / 1°° LETTUCE head FINE FARE TRELLIS PA PER PEAS FINE FARE TUNA(0000 oz.> .......... 6 9' CA R .............. 25' December Jackpot 20000. to be drawn [ cember 29, 197g HALL'S FOOD MART "EAST PINE SINCE " from making maximum contributions to the state's development in the 1980s," Meredith said. Topic for the confence is "Mississippi's Universities In The 80s: Maximizing Their Contributions to the State's Development." Through general sessions and gnall group discussions the conference planners hope to realize specific objectives: -give legislators, new and old, as well as elected officials with responsibilities for higher education a better understanding of Mississippi's universities and the challenges and opportunities which they face in the next decade. --explore potential con- tributions which Mississippi's universities might make to the state in the next decade, especially in its economic development. --compare the public universities of Mississippi with those of other states, future development, including major issues and concerns of higher education in the state. According to Meredith noted authorities with expertise in the contribution which higher education can make to the development of Mississippi have been invited to speak. Approximately 200-250 participants are expected. Registration will begin at 1 p.m., December 6 with the program continuing through a 7:30 p.m. dinner that evening. The second day will begin with participants having breakfast with presidents of the eight universities in a question and answer session. The con- ference will end with a 12 noon session and an address by governor-elect William Winter. Since the Revolutionary War, nearly 39 million men and women have served in the U.S. military during periods of armed hostilities. and throughly before i paration. -Wash hands and thoroughly after foods to lessen the of contamination of ready to eat foods., directions for paring, or serving frozen foods. Storage per temperatures salmonella growth through cooking will - Do not thaw froz poultry at room Thaw in the refri use cool running water. - Do not stuff ckens the night cooking, as multiply quickly undO" conditions. Stuff just roasting. Never in the leftover turkey or the turkey ce and finish cooking it -Refrigerate raptly and heat fore reserving. should be reheated to boil" ) -Refrigerate all dairy duets, including de from dry base. I -Make sure perishable are kept cold until eatS. ds which tend to without refrigeration not be exposed to mperatures for one-half hour before - Avoid tasting raw parations containing pastry mixes. Never suspected safe to eat; this is a fatal act. Cracked often contamina d be discarded. - Don't eat hambu! rare. - Do not leave meat at temperature for more two hours after cookiig frigerate meat as so possible always. -Do not leave tuna, or other salad-tyP dwiches - including bagged lunches - at mperature for more tl hours. Plan 1980 CoO Production Time is running out collecting soil samples corn land. We have days remaining start planting our *'''*r'W*-#rr'rrwwxw crop on February 25, i Bob's Heat'..g ! I n We have a new s zpp sample boxes and inh II- ]t sheets to assist yoO and I collecting soil sampleS. A" Cond'" "ng  very important that Ir itlon I collect the samples intbe ten days and bring the : "Your Carrier Dealer in Wiggins ,, : pies by the County E: : We Spemhze In Sheetmml Work : youServ]Cein packaging°ffice" WeandWi 126 N. Parker 928-4483** samples to the ,  - #**r. **Jr******************** Laboratorv. Wilso n's Pharmacy Senior Citizen Discount Stop By Today And Sign Up For The Senior Citien Discount Timex Watches Amity Papermate Pen Sets Pangburn's Candy Westclox Clocks Christmas Water Candles WILSON'S Pharmacy 101 E. Pme 92