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OCAL NEW00 Mrs. Patha M. Horner of Nash- Tenn.. spent Thanksgiving her parents. Mr. and Mrs. King y, and her three child- Jimmy, Jack, and Pam Horr.er. Gail Walley of MSCW spen' the with her parens, the Rev. Mrs. Aubrey Walley. M!s Sue Campbell flew to New gonntg 00:,'ttrrpri, a | 1" i i i iii VOLUME XLIIN.S. Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Dee. 5, 1957 NUMBER FORTY-NINE i i in i i to spend the Thanksgiving with a former schoolmate Mississippi Southern. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Batson and daughters of Greenville, spent Final Rites Held Monday For Mrs. Velma Bond Day I Mrs. Velma Rouse Bond 00Bill Colmer To !Seek Re-Election Day, Pascagoula. Miss.---Congressman William M. Colmcr, of the 6th Dis- Thanksgiving holidays with Batson's" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling and have as their guest, Mr. mother, M.rs. J. Schill- er Mobile. Marjorie Hess of MSCW, spent holidays with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jere Hess of Fruitland Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strangi and daughters, Janet and Janelle. Biloxi, spent the Thanksgiving with Mrs. Strangi's par- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes. Among the students home for the were: Virgie Yeager, Gall Kay Alexander. Margaret Thomas from Perkinston Jun- College; Nina Campbell, Llnda and Sarah Francis Dorsett Mkissippi Southern; Jesse from Mississippi State; Bond, Jane Sateen, Darnell from ppi College; Perego, from William and Mike Blase, from Dominican School in New Orleans; and Jussley of Ole Miss. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Alexander and children, Terry, Betty Virginia Julia Ann, spent Wednesday and Thursday in Macon, of Mrs. Alexander's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Batson and Betty, of New Iberia, La., the holidays with Mrs. F. L. and Bennie Rae Breland Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Batson, Sr. Mrs. H. Hiney spent last week in visiting her daughter son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. and son. Mr. and Mrs. James Parkman four sons, Jimmy, Mark, Bruce, Joel, spent Thanksgiving with Park's parents, Mr. and W. E. Martin, St. The Methodist Women will spon- a food sale and bazaar, Sat- Dec. 7 at the Masonic Tern- Doors open at 10 p.m. and pie dinners will be served. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis and son Mr. Davis' sister, Mrs. Leroy and family on Thanks- Mr. md Mrs. Bob Baringer and son, Bud, spent the Thanks- holidays with Mrs. Batson's Mr. and Mrs. Camp Bat- and with Mr. Baringer's par- Mr. and Mrs. George Bar- of Poplarville. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Scarborough daughter of Gulfport spent with Mr. and Mrs. Schilling and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Nash and children spent the holidays Newton visiting Mrs. Nash's par- trict of Misissxppi, today authori- died at the Stone County Hospital ...... zea tne ionowing statement: at 7:30 Saturday night shortly after I she had entered the hos, pital,,, after In view of the specuiatm con- 'becoming ill thirty minutes before cernmg my future plans, I feel at the store she and her husband icompelled to make my intentions operate. Funeral services were held Mon- day at 3 pn. from the Dees Fun- eral Home with the Rev. Karl Perego of the First Baptist Church and the Rev. Aubrey Walley el the :Methodist Church officiatig. Mus- de-was by Hoilie Bond and Shirley Rose Davis. Interment was in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Other than her husband. A. C Day, Mrs. Day is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. W. Marine and Mrs. W. E. Dawson of Tampa, Fla.; Mrs. Willard Dural of Flor- ence, Miss.; one son, Burrel Bond of Mississippi College; one brother Melvin Rouse of New Orleans; and I three sisters, Mrs. Esther Graham of Kentwood, La.; Mrs. Susie Wil- Bastrop, La., and Mrs. Alie Mae  of Collinston, La. Pallbearers were Floyd Wiggins, R. J. Watts, St., Fletcher Redfield, The Tuberculosis Christina Seal Sale has already passed the $200.00 marl according to Miss Ona Mae Willingham, chairman. She urges that all seal sale let- tere be answered as soon as pes- sibie before they become lost or forgotten. This is a community project, where everyone has an opportunity to contribute toward a healthier place in which to live. Ninety-four cents of every dollar contributed to the campaign is spent on tuber- culosis prevention and control in Mississippi. PLEAS SEND IN YOUR CON- TRIBUTION SOON! public at this time. J I deeply appreciate the fact that so many friends, both in and out of the State of Mississippi, have expressed an interest ht seeing me [returned to the Congress in next i year's election. l I fully realize that no man's ser- vices are indispensable. But I must lagree that seniority and key com- t mittee assignments are valuable to l.our people in this period of national !and sectional strife, which obviously !will continue and possibly become aggravated in the next three years. he position I now enjoy in the ;House of Representatives with the resultant opportunity for service to my people, is the result of their !generous action in repeatedly re- turning me to the Congress. Therefore, with the fervent hope and thought that through my peal- Pascal Sateen, Walter Moore and tion of responsibility so gained I can, in my humble way, be of ser- Noel Hatten. vice to the people of Mississippi Sales and the Country itself, I shah offer, TB at the appropriate time, for re- Passes $200.00 Mark elation to the 86th Congress sub- ject to the wishes of the sovereign people of the 6th Congressional Dis- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Batson, Sr., Itad as their guests during the hdl- Idsys, their son and his wife, Mr. and-Mrs. O. E. Sateen, Jr., of Pe- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hinton spent week end in Jackson with their and son-in-law, Mr. and Peter Stocks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Owen spent in Meridian visiting Owen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yeager had their guests Sunday afternoon, land Mrs. C. L. Merritt, and Miss and Mrs. V. W. Yeager of Gulf- lzely Merritt, Mrs. Levis A. De- , I moruelle and two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sateen had Mr. and Mrs. Larry Houssey and i their guests for the holidays ]daughter. of their daughers and their I Among those who attended the Mr. and Mrs. Charles!Oie MisS-State football game Sat- and son of Gnifport, Mr. Mrs. Jack Patterson and child- of Gulfport and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and sons of New trict. Hunt-Butler Vows Exchanged Friday Miss Betty Lou Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irby Larue Butler, kinston, were married Friday, Nov. 29, at the Butler home on Lumber- ton 17xl. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Aubrey Wal- Icy, pastor of First Methodist Church, Wiggins, aisted by the I Rev. T. A. King of Moselle, before l relatives and a small group of close t friends. ' Mrs. O. E. Butler. sister-in-laW of Ms BuUer, ,s the attendant t for the bride, and Jerry Joe Hunt Buy your Christmas gifts, cake pies from the Methodist We- Food Sale and Bazaar on Dec. 7 at the Masonic Doors open at 10 am. You also enjoyed a real chicken pie with all the trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHenry and Donald and Jackie, visited in Wiggins. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wentz Sateen and children of La Grange, Ga., several days with Mr. Bat- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Camp Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newton and of New Orleans spent the holidays with Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Newton. Carolyn Martin of Mobile, spent the week end with her Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mar- St. The Rev. and Mrs. Edward and sons of Waynesboro, the holidays with Mrs. Jus- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. @scola, Fla.; and their daughter served his brother as best man. and so-ln-law, M. and Mrs. E. 4. I Ross, and children of Pelalzatchie. ! The ceremony was performed be- Visitors in the home of Mr. anfll fore an improvised altar arrang- Mrs .T ga|a dur'n ed before the mantel. Standing ..... and soils . . ........... o Saia's too-baskets of white pompom mums, nolKlays were zx.  . -- " Mrs W P Le !chrysanthemums, and ferns were ther aria nephew, " -I .... H -r of Bates-placed on rather side of the man- nmsrer aria 'eter arpe I tel. Branched candelabra with ca- vine."-  ............ '{thedral tapers were used to corn- Mrs. lletcner Miner s vnmg plete an unusual wedding setting. !A large floral arrangement in a with Mr, and Mrs. Bill Blaylock and daughters in Poplarvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rouse and daughter, Geraldine Rouse, of New Orleans, visited Mrs. Rouse's mo- er, Mrs. E. S. Smith, during the holidays. Holidays visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Blass and daughters were, Mr. urday at starksville were: Mr, and Mrs. Jack Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Rowell, Mr. Bob Newton, Mr. Boyce HoLleman. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robertson of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson of Jackson were Thanks- giVing Day guests of their parents, Mr. and Mx J. F. Bstson. Miss Nina Campbell flew to Cin- cinnatl, Ohio, last Wednesday and spent the holidays with friends, the P. E. Reister family. She returned to her home in Wiggins, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of U, Baton Rouge, La, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Conley in wiggins aJnd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smih in Poplarvtlle. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Prevost and we children had as their Thanks- ivlng Day guests, Mrs. Prevost's wother and his family, Dr. and Mrs. . D. Dean and two children, of sckson. Mrs.  C. Davis and son, Roland, )f Brooklyn, spent TUesday with Mrs. Davis' daughter, Mrs. Leroy Yeage add fatally. Dr. and Mrs Gordon McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauldln at- tended the Oie Miss-State foot- me at 8tarkvlOe, Saturday. 'low bowl containing shorter white flowers was placed on the mantel. Candles in low candle-sticks were used on either side of this arrange- m.ent. Miss Butler, given in marriage by her father, wore a winter wool suit of brown with brown acces- sories. She wore a shoulder cor- sage of bronze orchids. Immediately .following the cere- mony, a reception was held in the dining room of the Butler home. The dining table was overspread with a white cut-work linen cloth. A three-tlerecl wedding cake top- ped with a miniature bride and groom was served from the table by the bride's aunts Mrs, Florian Hickman and Mrs. Hugh Hickmn. Mrs. Glennis Hunt, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, served the punch. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt left for a wedding trip to New Orleans, af- ter which they will be at home in Pazcagou]a where they are em- ployed at Ingalis Shipyard. Mrs. F. M. Stapp enjoyed a q[nankivig week visit at the Charles J. Smith home in Poplar- ville. Mrs. Stapp and Mrs. Day accompanied Mrs. Smith to New Orleans Friday where they were guests at the stage performance of "Can Can." Mrs. Pascal Batson and Mrs. Emellne Miller were Biloxi and Gulfport visitors the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Loveless, Patricia and Terry Loveless were guests for dinner last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Neely of Bond. Later Mr. and Mrs. Loveless en- Joyed s trip to the Coast with Mr. &d  Neely, llospital he0000s "v ISITINO l-lO Ut I0 to ii a.m.  2 to 4 p.m. 7 to 9 p.m. The following patients have been admitted to the Stone Cour y HOS- pital: Dianne Daughdrill, Wiggins L. H. Warden, Wiggins Mrs. Helen Dale, Wiggins Miss Fay Smith, Perkiruston Mrs. Winnie Jussely, Waynesboro Mrs. Frances Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Leitta Miller, Wiggins Mrs. Marita Hickman, Perkinston Mrs. Lillie Lucas. Wiggins : Mrs. Artemese Fairley, Wiggins Odie B. WilliamS, Wiggins ! i Mrs. Luciile Blackburn, Wiggins Mrs. Doris Phelps, Chalmette. La, Mrs. Mary Lee Parker, McHenry ?olored: i Dalwayne Horn, Wiggins t DISCHARGED Carley Baxter, Perkinston Mrs. Lillie Wedgeworth, Saucier L. H. Warden, Wiggins Thomas Howell. Citronelle, Ala. Mrs. Alma Howell, Cltronelle, Ala. Mrs. Winnie Jussely, Waynesboro Mrs. Captolia Breland, Saucier Miss Fay Smith, Perkinston Dianne Daughdrill, Wiggins Mrs. Helen Dale and baby, Wig- gins J. O. Parker, Perkinston STONE COUNTY'S MOST OUTSTANDING . . . MISS HELEN MURPHY AND CHARLES PATTON, tenth grade students in the high school division of Perklneton Junior College, were the winners of $25 Savings Bonds, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Wiggins to the most outstanding FHA girl and FFA boy in Stone County, Tuesday evening, November 26. Each year the Kiwanis Club makes these awards to the outstanding Future Homemaker of America girl and Future Farmer of America boy in the schools having Vocational Home Economics and Vocation- al Agriculture. The winners are determined by a record of their achievements in their homes and on their farms as a result of their study in classes in home economics and agriculture in school. Local Piano Students!James White Is New To Be On Radio Jaycees Prexy Fire Destroys Ben Franklin Store, Breazeale Cleaners The Wiggins fire alarm was sounded about 7:30 Saturday night iwhen a fire was discovered in Breazeaie's Cleaners and the ad- jacent Ben Franklin Store on Railroad Ave. It has not been determined in which store the fire originated. The buildings were a total loss. For a time the entire block was in danger. Trucks from Gulfport and Hattiesburg arrived to assist the Wiggins firemen, and together they were able to contain the bla within the two buildings. The Ben Franklin building was owned by Ernest Yeager of Wig- gins, and the stock was owned by B. Oswald Farve of Long Beach. Mr. Yeager stated that the logs of the store, the fixture, and mer- chandise would amount to approxl- mately $45,000. The Breazeale's Cleaners building was owned by Mr. I Johnny Batson. l Blaylock's barber shop next door to Ben Franklin had considerable water and smoke damage. All !the papers from the Wiggins Bank, ! which adjoins Blaylock barber shop, were removed from the build- Mrs Frances Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Leitta Miller, Wiggins Colored: Lillian James, Wiggins BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jim T. Dale, Wig- gins, a daughter, Donna Sherry, born November 29, 1957. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickman, Perkinston. a daughter, Loretta Diane, born December 2, 1957. DEATHS Florean Lott, Perklnston, Rt. I. Cotton Vote Set For December 10 Cotton growers will make an im- portant decision on Tuesday, De- cember 10, Jim T. Dale, Chairman of the Stone County Agricultural I Stablilzation and Conservation ! mlttee, reminds farmers. I On that day, growers will vote fin a referendum to decide whether 'marketing quotas will be in effect for their 1958 upland cotton crop. All farmers who engaged in the production of upland cotton h ,1957 will be eligible to vote in the veferendunt "If at least two-thlrds of the growers voting approve the quotas," Mr. Dale explains, "marketing quotas will be in effect on all farms growing upland cotton in 1958, burg concern that they offer child- ren of this community the opport- unity to gain the experience that comes from performing over the lair-waves. It is also a chance for I our people to get a taste of the for the Stone ]talent that is in our own children. I This station, "'WBK_H," 950 on [your dial, comes in very well in Wiggins. Won't you tune in and let these students know what you think of their efforts? Florean Lott Funeral WHS Cagers Take Services Held Sunday Twin Bill From Vlorea. tort. age died at Purvis Tuesday Night a.m. Friday, Nov. 29, a the Stone 1 County Hospital, after a lengthy The Wiggins High girls and the Saturday Morning 'ing. James White was elected presi- I dent of the Wiggins Jaycees at Mrs. Beatrice Whitney, local their regular meeting Tuesday Bond Reunion teacher, will present some of her n*-ht, Dec 3 at th Cit - '1 ia g , e y ru. p no students on the popular Other offi-r .... Committee Meets .... ] ce s zor ne ensuing 'MUS. IC For an"__program zrom ImX months are: 1st vice president, oseosrry Piano House this Sat- . " I Billy Cook; 2nd vice president, The first semi-annual Com- urday at 11 00 am ] : ' " I Valdlmar Madsen; secretary and mittee meeting of the Bod R It i noteworthy of this Hatties-!treasurer, Mike Lander; reporter, union was held with Mer* , Billy Hopkins; Board of Directors, president, at Camp "lak, Sunday Vaden Loveless, Doug Baker and afternoou. Other committee mem- Estus Miller. l bets taking part In the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Roy ONeal, The club discussed the program Hardee Bond, treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Simpson, Miss Ona Mae Will- for raising money County Doll and Toy Fund. The club is making a special appeal to the public to donate all they can for the fund. According to Doug Baker, they will try to contact each ndividual, either by person or by mail. Wiggins boys basketball teams de- feated Purvis High's teams Tuesday night wth scores of, Wiggins girls 30, Purvis 23; Wiggins boys 50, Purvls _boys 46. Kathryn Ann Brow was the leading scorer for the Wiggins girls with 15 points. Gussie Dale fol- lowed with 10. J. Saucier of Purvts led her team with 11 and Hartfield added 7. nine. illness. He was the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Lott. Mr. Lott was born in Harrison County, and lived in Harrison and Stone counties all his life. He is the father of six children by a former marriage, and is sur- vived by his wife, Mrs. Annie Tur- an Lott and four children, Muriam. J. T. and Earl, all of Gulfport, and Mrs. Joyce Ellis of penalties will apply on 'excess' cotton, and price supports to those growers who comply with their Biloxi; I Terry Davis copped high honors cotton acreage allotments will be grandchildren and ten great grand-ifo r the local boys by flnking 18. available at the fall level of effect-I children, three brothers, Obed of [Runner up was Lavay Crowley ire supports. Under current legisla- tWiggins, Homer of Mobile and Mack [with a tally of 13. Purvis' top tton, this support will be between I of Howison; two sisters, Mrs, Annie [scorers were Roberts leading with 175 and 90 percent of parity, the Burge of Wiggins, and Mrs. Gracel I and Morgan following closely |with 10. ingham, B. C. Batson, Mrs. Ancie Belle Patrick, vice chairman, Mrs, Annie Lou Dodd, Miss Alma Hick- man and Mrs. Knox Cole, secre- l retary. For the purpose of gathering and 1 aesembling data concerning the is even branches of the Bond Faro- lilY a chairman was selected to llrepresent each, empowered to name Ither members to help. These branches, with the chairman of f each are. Sephns B o n d, born 1842, Mrs, Knox Cole; Carrel Bond, born 1824, Nellie Wade Hickman; Delpha Bond Hatvon, born 1809, Roy L. Oeal; Col. l John Bond, born 1770, his de- I scendents; Ellsha Bond, born 1796, M. M. Roberts; Russell Bond, born 1815, Ford Lowery; Andrew J. Bond, born 1841, Henry Ross Loft. Mrs. J. A. Slmpn Was present- ed a gift by  Alma Hlckmall or her outstanding work in or- ggnlzing the Bond Reunion, and for her continued efforts to pre- serve the family history. Mrs. Cole offered her ra* tion as secretary, the vacancy to be filled by the chairman, and Mrs. depending upon the supply situa- tion at the time the determination minimum level within this range is made. 'If more than one-third of the growers disapprove quotas, there will be no marketing quotas or penalties, and price supports to eligible growers (who comply with their allotments) will be available at 50 per cent of parity. "In either case, acreage allot- ments will continue in effect for the 1958 cotton crop as a means of determining eligibility for price support." The chairman pointed out that legislation directs the Secretary of Agriculture to proclaim marketing quotas Ior the next upland cotton crop when the cotton supply ex- ceeds normal. Quotas are not put into operation, however, unless they are approved by at least two-thirds of the growers voting in a refer- endure on the question. The palling place will be in tl Stone County ASC Office, Wiggins, Miss, The polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.n MENTAL HEALTH GROUP TO MEET DECEMBER 13 The second regular meeting of the Se County Association for Mental Health will be Friday even- ing, Dec. 13 at 7:30 at the Eemen- tary School auditorium. All Stone County people who are interested in mental health are invited to be Daniels of Lymam He was a member of Sunflower Wiggins will play host to Janice Baptist Church. High Friday night at the local Funeral services were held at the Gym. The girls' game wll begin at church Sunday at 10 a.m., conduct- 7 p.m. ed by Elders George Dixon and C. P. Toney. Music was furnished by SANTA CLAUSE IS Holhe T. Bond, Minos Brooks, Boyce COMING TO TOWN Breland and Leon Bond with Mlss Wanda Lynn Bond at the piano. To children and grown-ups as Pallbearers were: Robert Turan, well, mark Saturday, Dec. 14 as D. A. Searborough, H. O. Redmond, an important day on your calen- Percy Oeal, L. S. Broadus and M. dar, Santa Clause is coming to M. Broadus. town. At 3:00 pn., he will ride Riemann's Funeral Home, Gulf- through the streets of Wiggins port were in charge with interment throwing greetings of good cheer in the church cemetery, to all, During his stay in Wiggin, he HARVEST SEASON OFFERING will ViSit many homes. Anyone FOR METHODIST HOME desiring Santa to visit their home, please contact a member of the Sunday morning, Dec. 8, '.the Senior clam or call WAlnut 8-4400. children of the Church School of the Wiggins Methodist Church will METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL bring their gifts of canned food or ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY new clothing to ship to the Met- SET FOR DECEMBER 14 hodist Children's Home in Jack- son. This is an annual custom. It The children of the Methodist is a wonderful opportunity to share Church, Nursery through Junior our material blessings with the Department, will have their annum children who live in the Home. Christmas Party at the Wiggins Please do not bring perishable Methodist Church, Saturd a y lteltts. Packages will be thlpped by afternoon, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock. train and canned food and nbw There will be an exchange of gifts clothing only can be taken care ut the Christmas tree, singing of of. carols and refreshments. I Lending a helping hand to a The term "love" in tennis seer- friend in trouble you can be cer- ing originates from the mis-pronu- tain of one thing . . . he's sure to nieiation of the French word "l'oeuf," meaning "the egg"--ver- Iremember you . . . the next time [[ ihe's in trouble. for Roy OTeal was elected historian, wtih Miss Ona Mac WKttugham to serve as reporter. The next semi-annual meet4r will be at the CoL John Bond Memorial Cemetery in May, 1958, and final piss will be laid for the annual Bond Reunion that will be on Sunday, September 28, 1958. I SPECIAL SINGING MEET AT HOME SCHOOL DECEMBER 10 i Mr, Videt Polk and Bobby Bur- nett will meet with the Trl-County Singing Convention Ttmsdy night. Dec. 10 at Home School for the purpose of promoting a Singing School next summer at this place. They have been elected as teach- ers and need no introduction, as they have taught in Stone County [or years. Oher group singers are expected to be there too. Don't miss it, we are expecting a won- derful time in gospel music, N. O. Breland, Chairman OCAL NEW00 Mrs. Patha M. Horner of Nash- Tenn.. spent Thanksgiving her parents. Mr. and Mrs. King y, and her three child- Jimmy, Jack, and Pam Horr.er. Gail Walley of MSCW spen' the with her parens, the Rev. Mrs. Aubrey Walley. M!s Sue Campbell flew to New gonntg 00:,'ttrrpri, a | 1" i i i iii VOLUME XLIIN.S. Wiggins (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Dee. 5, 1957 NUMBER FORTY-NINE i i in i i to spend the Thanksgiving with a former schoolmate Mississippi Southern. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Batson and daughters of Greenville, spent Final Rites Held Monday For Mrs. Velma Bond Day I Mrs. Velma Rouse Bond 00Bill Colmer To !Seek Re-Election Day, Pascagoula. Miss.---Congressman William M. Colmcr, of the 6th Dis- Thanksgiving holidays with Batson's" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling and have as their guest, Mr. mother, M.rs. J. Schill- er Mobile. Marjorie Hess of MSCW, spent holidays with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jere Hess of Fruitland Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strangi and daughters, Janet and Janelle. Biloxi, spent the Thanksgiving with Mrs. Strangi's par- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes. Among the students home for the were: Virgie Yeager, Gall Kay Alexander. Margaret Thomas from Perkinston Jun- College; Nina Campbell, Llnda and Sarah Francis Dorsett Mkissippi Southern; Jesse from Mississippi State; Bond, Jane Sateen, Darnell from ppi College; Perego, from William and Mike Blase, from Dominican School in New Orleans; and Jussley of Ole Miss. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Alexander and children, Terry, Betty Virginia Julia Ann, spent Wednesday and Thursday in Macon, of Mrs. Alexander's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Batson and Betty, of New Iberia, La., the holidays with Mrs. F. L. and Bennie Rae Breland Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Batson, Sr. Mrs. H. Hiney spent last week in visiting her daughter son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. and son. Mr. and Mrs. James Parkman four sons, Jimmy, Mark, Bruce, Joel, spent Thanksgiving with Park's parents, Mr. and W. E. Martin, St. The Methodist Women will spon- a food sale and bazaar, Sat- Dec. 7 at the Masonic Tern- Doors open at 10 p.m. and pie dinners will be served. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis and son Mr. Davis' sister, Mrs. Leroy and family on Thanks- Mr. md Mrs. Bob Baringer and son, Bud, spent the Thanks- holidays with Mrs. Batson's Mr. and Mrs. Camp Bat- and with Mr. Baringer's par- Mr. and Mrs. George Bar- of Poplarville. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Scarborough daughter of Gulfport spent with Mr. and Mrs. Schilling and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Nash and children spent the holidays Newton visiting Mrs. Nash's par- trict of Misissxppi, today authori- died at the Stone County Hospital ...... zea tne ionowing statement: at 7:30 Saturday night shortly after I she had entered the hos, pital,,, after In view of the specuiatm con- 'becoming ill thirty minutes before cernmg my future plans, I feel at the store she and her husband icompelled to make my intentions operate. Funeral services were held Mon- day at 3 pn. from the Dees Fun- eral Home with the Rev. Karl Perego of the First Baptist Church and the Rev. Aubrey Walley el the :Methodist Church officiatig. Mus- de-was by Hoilie Bond and Shirley Rose Davis. Interment was in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Other than her husband. A. C Day, Mrs. Day is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J. W. Marine and Mrs. W. E. Dawson of Tampa, Fla.; Mrs. Willard Dural of Flor- ence, Miss.; one son, Burrel Bond of Mississippi College; one brother Melvin Rouse of New Orleans; and I three sisters, Mrs. Esther Graham of Kentwood, La.; Mrs. Susie Wil- Bastrop, La., and Mrs. Alie Mae  of Collinston, La. Pallbearers were Floyd Wiggins, R. J. Watts, St., Fletcher Redfield, The Tuberculosis Christina Seal Sale has already passed the $200.00 marl according to Miss Ona Mae Willingham, chairman. She urges that all seal sale let- tere be answered as soon as pes- sibie before they become lost or forgotten. This is a community project, where everyone has an opportunity to contribute toward a healthier place in which to live. Ninety-four cents of every dollar contributed to the campaign is spent on tuber- culosis prevention and control in Mississippi. PLEAS SEND IN YOUR CON- TRIBUTION SOON! public at this time. J I deeply appreciate the fact that so many friends, both in and out of the State of Mississippi, have expressed an interest ht seeing me [returned to the Congress in next i year's election. l I fully realize that no man's ser- vices are indispensable. But I must lagree that seniority and key com- t mittee assignments are valuable to l.our people in this period of national !and sectional strife, which obviously !will continue and possibly become aggravated in the next three years. he position I now enjoy in the ;House of Representatives with the resultant opportunity for service to my people, is the result of their !generous action in repeatedly re- turning me to the Congress. Therefore, with the fervent hope and thought that through my peal- Pascal Sateen, Walter Moore and tion of responsibility so gained I can, in my humble way, be of ser- Noel Hatten. vice to the people of Mississippi Sales and the Country itself, I shah offer, TB at the appropriate time, for re- Passes $200.00 Mark elation to the 86th Congress sub- ject to the wishes of the sovereign people of the 6th Congressional Dis- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Batson, Sr., Itad as their guests during the hdl- Idsys, their son and his wife, Mr. and-Mrs. O. E. Sateen, Jr., of Pe- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hinton spent week end in Jackson with their and son-in-law, Mr. and Peter Stocks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Owen spent in Meridian visiting Owen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yeager had their guests Sunday afternoon, land Mrs. C. L. Merritt, and Miss and Mrs. V. W. Yeager of Gulf- lzely Merritt, Mrs. Levis A. De- , I moruelle and two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sateen had Mr. and Mrs. Larry Houssey and i their guests for the holidays ]daughter. of their daughers and their I Among those who attended the Mr. and Mrs. Charles!Oie MisS-State football game Sat- and son of Gnifport, Mr. Mrs. Jack Patterson and child- of Gulfport and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and sons of New trict. Hunt-Butler Vows Exchanged Friday Miss Betty Lou Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irby Larue Butler, kinston, were married Friday, Nov. 29, at the Butler home on Lumber- ton 17xl. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Aubrey Wal- Icy, pastor of First Methodist Church, Wiggins, aisted by the I Rev. T. A. King of Moselle, before l relatives and a small group of close t friends. ' Mrs. O. E. Butler. sister-in-laW of Ms BuUer, ,s the attendant t for the bride, and Jerry Joe Hunt Buy your Christmas gifts, cake pies from the Methodist We- Food Sale and Bazaar on Dec. 7 at the Masonic Doors open at 10 am. You also enjoyed a real chicken pie with all the trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHenry and Donald and Jackie, visited in Wiggins. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wentz Sateen and children of La Grange, Ga., several days with Mr. Bat- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Camp Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newton and of New Orleans spent the holidays with Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Newton. Carolyn Martin of Mobile, spent the week end with her Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mar- St. The Rev. and Mrs. Edward and sons of Waynesboro, the holidays with Mrs. Jus- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. @scola, Fla.; and their daughter served his brother as best man. and so-ln-law, M. and Mrs. E. 4. I Ross, and children of Pelalzatchie. ! The ceremony was performed be- Visitors in the home of Mr. anfll fore an improvised altar arrang- Mrs .T ga|a dur'n ed before the mantel. Standing ..... and soils . . ........... o Saia's too-baskets of white pompom mums, nolKlays were zx.  . -- " Mrs W P Le !chrysanthemums, and ferns were ther aria nephew, " -I .... H -r of Bates-placed on rather side of the man- nmsrer aria 'eter arpe I tel. Branched candelabra with ca- vine."-  ............ '{thedral tapers were used to corn- Mrs. lletcner Miner s vnmg plete an unusual wedding setting. !A large floral arrangement in a with Mr, and Mrs. Bill Blaylock and daughters in Poplarvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rouse and daughter, Geraldine Rouse, of New Orleans, visited Mrs. Rouse's mo- er, Mrs. E. S. Smith, during the holidays. Holidays visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Blass and daughters were, Mr. urday at starksville were: Mr, and Mrs. Jack Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Rowell, Mr. Bob Newton, Mr. Boyce HoLleman. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robertson of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson of Jackson were Thanks- giVing Day guests of their parents, Mr. and Mx J. F. Bstson. Miss Nina Campbell flew to Cin- cinnatl, Ohio, last Wednesday and spent the holidays with friends, the P. E. Reister family. She returned to her home in Wiggins, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of U, Baton Rouge, La, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Conley in wiggins aJnd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smih in Poplarvtlle. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Prevost and we children had as their Thanks- ivlng Day guests, Mrs. Prevost's wother and his family, Dr. and Mrs. . D. Dean and two children, of sckson. Mrs.  C. Davis and son, Roland, )f Brooklyn, spent TUesday with Mrs. Davis' daughter, Mrs. Leroy Yeage add fatally. Dr. and Mrs Gordon McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauldln at- tended the Oie Miss-State foot- me at 8tarkvlOe, Saturday. 'low bowl containing shorter white flowers was placed on the mantel. Candles in low candle-sticks were used on either side of this arrange- m.ent. Miss Butler, given in marriage by her father, wore a winter wool suit of brown with brown acces- sories. She wore a shoulder cor- sage of bronze orchids. Immediately .following the cere- mony, a reception was held in the dining room of the Butler home. The dining table was overspread with a white cut-work linen cloth. A three-tlerecl wedding cake top- ped with a miniature bride and groom was served from the table by the bride's aunts Mrs, Florian Hickman and Mrs. Hugh Hickmn. Mrs. Glennis Hunt, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, served the punch. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt left for a wedding trip to New Orleans, af- ter which they will be at home in Pazcagou]a where they are em- ployed at Ingalis Shipyard. Mrs. F. M. Stapp enjoyed a q[nankivig week visit at the Charles J. Smith home in Poplar- ville. Mrs. Stapp and Mrs. Day accompanied Mrs. Smith to New Orleans Friday where they were guests at the stage performance of "Can Can." Mrs. Pascal Batson and Mrs. Emellne Miller were Biloxi and Gulfport visitors the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Loveless, Patricia and Terry Loveless were guests for dinner last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Neely of Bond. Later Mr. and Mrs. Loveless en- Joyed s trip to the Coast with Mr. &d  Neely, llospital he0000s "v ISITINO l-lO Ut I0 to ii a.m.  2 to 4 p.m. 7 to 9 p.m. The following patients have been admitted to the Stone Cour y HOS- pital: Dianne Daughdrill, Wiggins L. H. Warden, Wiggins Mrs. Helen Dale, Wiggins Miss Fay Smith, Perkiruston Mrs. Winnie Jussely, Waynesboro Mrs. Frances Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Leitta Miller, Wiggins Mrs. Marita Hickman, Perkinston Mrs. Lillie Lucas. Wiggins : Mrs. Artemese Fairley, Wiggins Odie B. WilliamS, Wiggins ! i Mrs. Luciile Blackburn, Wiggins Mrs. Doris Phelps, Chalmette. La, Mrs. Mary Lee Parker, McHenry ?olored: i Dalwayne Horn, Wiggins t DISCHARGED Carley Baxter, Perkinston Mrs. Lillie Wedgeworth, Saucier L. H. Warden, Wiggins Thomas Howell. Citronelle, Ala. Mrs. Alma Howell, Cltronelle, Ala. Mrs. Winnie Jussely, Waynesboro Mrs. Captolia Breland, Saucier Miss Fay Smith, Perkinston Dianne Daughdrill, Wiggins Mrs. Helen Dale and baby, Wig- gins J. O. Parker, Perkinston STONE COUNTY'S MOST OUTSTANDING . . . MISS HELEN MURPHY AND CHARLES PATTON, tenth grade students in the high school division of Perklneton Junior College, were the winners of $25 Savings Bonds, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Wiggins to the most outstanding FHA girl and FFA boy in Stone County, Tuesday evening, November 26. Each year the Kiwanis Club makes these awards to the outstanding Future Homemaker of America girl and Future Farmer of America boy in the schools having Vocational Home Economics and Vocation- al Agriculture. The winners are determined by a record of their achievements in their homes and on their farms as a result of their study in classes in home economics and agriculture in school. Local Piano Students!James White Is New To Be On Radio Jaycees Prexy Fire Destroys Ben Franklin Store, Breazeale Cleaners The Wiggins fire alarm was sounded about 7:30 Saturday night iwhen a fire was discovered in Breazeaie's Cleaners and the ad- jacent Ben Franklin Store on Railroad Ave. It has not been determined in which store the fire originated. The buildings were a total loss. For a time the entire block was in danger. Trucks from Gulfport and Hattiesburg arrived to assist the Wiggins firemen, and together they were able to contain the bla within the two buildings. The Ben Franklin building was owned by Ernest Yeager of Wig- gins, and the stock was owned by B. Oswald Farve of Long Beach. Mr. Yeager stated that the logs of the store, the fixture, and mer- chandise would amount to approxl- mately $45,000. The Breazeale's Cleaners building was owned by Mr. I Johnny Batson. l Blaylock's barber shop next door to Ben Franklin had considerable water and smoke damage. All !the papers from the Wiggins Bank, ! which adjoins Blaylock barber shop, were removed from the build- Mrs Frances Davis, Wiggins Mrs. Leitta Miller, Wiggins Colored: Lillian James, Wiggins BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jim T. Dale, Wig- gins, a daughter, Donna Sherry, born November 29, 1957. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickman, Perkinston. a daughter, Loretta Diane, born December 2, 1957. DEATHS Florean Lott, Perklnston, Rt. I. Cotton Vote Set For December 10 Cotton growers will make an im- portant decision on Tuesday, De- cember 10, Jim T. Dale, Chairman of the Stone County Agricultural I Stablilzation and Conservation ! mlttee, reminds farmers. I On that day, growers will vote fin a referendum to decide whether 'marketing quotas will be in effect for their 1958 upland cotton crop. All farmers who engaged in the production of upland cotton h ,1957 will be eligible to vote in the veferendunt "If at least two-thlrds of the growers voting approve the quotas," Mr. Dale explains, "marketing quotas will be in effect on all farms growing upland cotton in 1958, burg concern that they offer child- ren of this community the opport- unity to gain the experience that comes from performing over the lair-waves. It is also a chance for I our people to get a taste of the for the Stone ]talent that is in our own children. I This station, "'WBK_H," 950 on [your dial, comes in very well in Wiggins. Won't you tune in and let these students know what you think of their efforts? Florean Lott Funeral WHS Cagers Take Services Held Sunday Twin Bill From Vlorea. tort. age died at Purvis Tuesday Night a.m. Friday, Nov. 29, a the Stone 1 County Hospital, after a lengthy The Wiggins High girls and the Saturday Morning 'ing. James White was elected presi- I dent of the Wiggins Jaycees at Mrs. Beatrice Whitney, local their regular meeting Tuesday Bond Reunion teacher, will present some of her n*-ht, Dec 3 at th Cit - '1 ia g , e y ru. p no students on the popular Other offi-r .... Committee Meets .... ] ce s zor ne ensuing 'MUS. IC For an"__program zrom ImX months are: 1st vice president, oseosrry Piano House this Sat- . " I Billy Cook; 2nd vice president, The first semi-annual Com- urday at 11 00 am ] : ' " I Valdlmar Madsen; secretary and mittee meeting of the Bod R It i noteworthy of this Hatties-!treasurer, Mike Lander; reporter, union was held with Mer* , Billy Hopkins; Board of Directors, president, at Camp "lak, Sunday Vaden Loveless, Doug Baker and afternoou. Other committee mem- Estus Miller. l bets taking part In the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Roy ONeal, The club discussed the program Hardee Bond, treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Simpson, Miss Ona Mae Will- for raising money County Doll and Toy Fund. The club is making a special appeal to the public to donate all they can for the fund. According to Doug Baker, they will try to contact each ndividual, either by person or by mail. Wiggins boys basketball teams de- feated Purvis High's teams Tuesday night wth scores of, Wiggins girls 30, Purvis 23; Wiggins boys 50, Purvls _boys 46. Kathryn Ann Brow was the leading scorer for the Wiggins girls with 15 points. Gussie Dale fol- lowed with 10. J. Saucier of Purvts led her team with 11 and Hartfield added 7. nine. illness. He was the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Lott. Mr. Lott was born in Harrison County, and lived in Harrison and Stone counties all his life. He is the father of six children by a former marriage, and is sur- vived by his wife, Mrs. Annie Tur- an Lott and four children, Muriam. J. T. and Earl, all of Gulfport, and Mrs. Joyce Ellis of penalties will apply on 'excess' cotton, and price supports to those growers who comply with their Biloxi; I Terry Davis copped high honors cotton acreage allotments will be grandchildren and ten great grand-ifo r the local boys by flnking 18. available at the fall level of effect-I children, three brothers, Obed of [Runner up was Lavay Crowley ire supports. Under current legisla- tWiggins, Homer of Mobile and Mack [with a tally of 13. Purvis' top tton, this support will be between I of Howison; two sisters, Mrs, Annie [scorers were Roberts leading with 175 and 90 percent of parity, the Burge of Wiggins, and Mrs. Gracel I and Morgan following closely |with 10. ingham, B. C. Batson, Mrs. Ancie Belle Patrick, vice chairman, Mrs, Annie Lou Dodd, Miss Alma Hick- man and Mrs. Knox Cole, secre- l retary. For the purpose of gathering and 1 aesembling data concerning the is even branches of the Bond Faro- lilY a chairman was selected to llrepresent each, empowered to name Ither members to help. These branches, with the chairman of f each are. Sephns B o n d, born 1842, Mrs, Knox Cole; Carrel Bond, born 1824, Nellie Wade Hickman; Delpha Bond Hatvon, born 1809, Roy L. Oeal; Col. l John Bond, born 1770, his de- I scendents; Ellsha Bond, born 1796, M. M. Roberts; Russell Bond, born 1815, Ford Lowery; Andrew J. Bond, born 1841, Henry Ross Loft. Mrs. J. A. Slmpn Was present- ed a gift by  Alma Hlckmall or her outstanding work in or- ggnlzing the Bond Reunion, and for her continued efforts to pre- serve the family history. Mrs. Cole offered her ra* tion as secretary, the vacancy to be filled by the chairman, and Mrs. depending upon the supply situa- tion at the time the determination minimum level within this range is made. 'If more than one-third of the growers disapprove quotas, there will be no marketing quotas or penalties, and price supports to eligible growers (who comply with their allotments) will be available at 50 per cent of parity. "In either case, acreage allot- ments will continue in effect for the 1958 cotton crop as a means of determining eligibility for price support." The chairman pointed out that legislation directs the Secretary of Agriculture to proclaim marketing quotas Ior the next upland cotton crop when the cotton supply ex- ceeds normal. Quotas are not put into operation, however, unless they are approved by at least two-thirds of the growers voting in a refer- endure on the question. The palling place will be in tl Stone County ASC Office, Wiggins, Miss, The polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.n MENTAL HEALTH GROUP TO MEET DECEMBER 13 The second regular meeting of the Se County Association for Mental Health will be Friday even- ing, Dec. 13 at 7:30 at the Eemen- tary School auditorium. All Stone County people who are interested in mental health are invited to be Daniels of Lymam He was a member of Sunflower Wiggins will play host to Janice Baptist Church. High Friday night at the local Funeral services were held at the Gym. The girls' game wll begin at church Sunday at 10 a.m., conduct- 7 p.m. ed by Elders George Dixon and C. P. Toney. Music was furnished by SANTA CLAUSE IS Holhe T. Bond, Minos Brooks, Boyce COMING TO TOWN Breland and Leon Bond with Mlss Wanda Lynn Bond at the piano. To children and grown-ups as Pallbearers were: Robert Turan, well, mark Saturday, Dec. 14 as D. A. Searborough, H. O. Redmond, an important day on your calen- Percy Oeal, L. S. Broadus and M. dar, Santa Clause is coming to M. Broadus. town. At 3:00 pn., he will ride Riemann's Funeral Home, Gulf- through the streets of Wiggins port were in charge with interment throwing greetings of good cheer in the church cemetery, to all, During his stay in Wiggin, he HARVEST SEASON OFFERING will ViSit many homes. Anyone FOR METHODIST HOME desiring Santa to visit their home, please contact a member of the Sunday morning, Dec. 8, '.the Senior clam or call WAlnut 8-4400. children of the Church School of the Wiggins Methodist Church will METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL bring their gifts of canned food or ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY new clothing to ship to the Met- SET FOR DECEMBER 14 hodist Children's Home in Jack- son. This is an annual custom. It The children of the Methodist is a wonderful opportunity to share Church, Nursery through Junior our material blessings with the Department, will have their annum children who live in the Home. Christmas Party at the Wiggins Please do not bring perishable Methodist Church, Saturd a y lteltts. Packages will be thlpped by afternoon, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock. train and canned food and nbw There will be an exchange of gifts clothing only can be taken care ut the Christmas tree, singing of of. carols and refreshments. I Lending a helping hand to a The term "love" in tennis seer- friend in trouble you can be cer- ing originates from the mis-pronu- tain of one thing . . . he's sure to nieiation of the French word "l'oeuf," meaning "the egg"--ver- Iremember you . . . the next time [[ ihe's in trouble. for Roy OTeal was elected historian, wtih Miss Ona Mac WKttugham to serve as reporter. The next semi-annual meet4r will be at the CoL John Bond Memorial Cemetery in May, 1958, and final piss will be laid for the annual Bond Reunion that will be on Sunday, September 28, 1958. I SPECIAL SINGING MEET AT HOME SCHOOL DECEMBER 10 i Mr, Videt Polk and Bobby Bur- nett will meet with the Trl-County Singing Convention Ttmsdy night. Dec. 10 at Home School for the purpose of promoting a Singing School next summer at this place. They have been elected as teach- ers and need no introduction, as they have taught in Stone County [or years. Oher group singers are expected to be there too. Don't miss it, we are expecting a won- derful time in gospel music, N. O. Breland, Chairman