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(Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Dec. 5, 1957 III iiiiii By OTHO ROWELL, Agent TIPS ON SHEEP season is closely related your profit or lass from sheep. size, quality and time of each lamb crop just about deter- what you will make from sheep in a year. born normal, strong and will need little care, eoh- with weak lambs, which are lost if someone is not present time of birth. in good strong condition will bring strong, healthy lambs. J grass gets tough and ma- in the fall, it is likely to be in protein and feed value. At time, it will pay you to feed protein, and in some cases to pregnant ewes, until they some small grain grazing. ] / your sheep closely. If your- YOUR SPINE AND YOUR HEALTH spina,! column cos't of 24 segments called vertebrae, with the sacrum and They form the spinal through which passes the cord. The spinaJ nerve carry the vfl! life forces man from brain to the organs, muscles and tis- of the body. These nerve branch out from the spin- cord through little openings the vertebrae. Slight _of _the .verte- lessen these little opening impinge upon the nerve causing interference in transmission of this vital force and the result is dis- The Chiropractic objective is determine and remove this of interference by proper and thus permit the of health. Dr. V. L. Tuttle CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday I0 to 5 Saturday 9 to 12 in Edgar Bates Of flee Wigglm Mt BANK NOTES .......... by MIcoln, GIFT WRAP IDEAS Wrap the Ouqstmas gifts you make, or those you lmy, wltli thin sheets of cotton covered with multi.colored glitter. This new gift wrap material also is 'ideal for t .r.r.r.r .or mantel d;nt Thidter sheets of cotton batting, usco )nsme gilt Ies.,.ws leer fragile objects llke glassware and pottery an wm p " free from parasites. If you have i ewes are not m good condition, they I probably will not be strong enough idrenched regularly and kept pheno- l to do the best Job of raining good t thiazine and salt before the sheep, !lambs and a good crop of wool. To i and they still appear wormy, mea- the beginning sheepman, sheep in sure your dosage to make sure that wool often appear to be in better they are getting" full doses of slmpe than they actually are. The best way to determine the condition of your sheep is to handle some of the sheep. If back and rib bones are prominent, your sheep are not In too good shape. drench. It is also a good idea to make sure that your sheep are not short on groceries. If ample grazing is not available for ewes with lambs on them, it may pay you to creep the Make s4we that your sl-veep ur2 !lambs in addition to feeding the For a Real Merry Christmas Give that additional telephone in ... and a Ieri, g cord, too The Spring Cord is never in your way/., never snarls or knots.. Jt contracts to a mere 10 inches, expands to four feet. The ideal gift for Christmas is an additional telephone.., for convenience, privacy and pro- tection... It will be appreciated in bedroom, den or kitchen... Avai!able now in red, ivory, green, beige, yellow, blue, pink, white and gray. Your local Business Office wilt arrange to de- liver your gift-phone and install and bill it as you wish. FO Compat. l./om.t;o. -- call you, telephone business office SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE !) STONW. COUN Y EN'IRP-Is ! One Day Clinic For ,Cheerleaders SetFor i :January 25 AtPJC Arrangements have been com- pleted for a one day Cheerleaders Clinic to be held on the campus c ;Perkinston Junior College Saturday I [January 25, 1958. The Clinic will b( I iconducted by "Mr. Cheerleader,' LMrr " HeHerrTme: f2al:::n::Xa:: e [4111 High School and College y21 ileaders during the past n;ne yea; land is presently on an extended tour of the United States conduct!n[ clinics. He is a former Southwesl Aaa,.U. tumbling champion and wa yell leader at Southern Methodk University and the University Illinois. Mr. Herkimer has his Ma- ters Degree from the Univers.ty o Illinois and is working toward hi: Doctorate. - The clinic at Perkinton is oper to all high school and college stu dents in the southern area and wil present seions on sportmanship, boosting school spirit, crowd psy- chology, effective cheerleading rou- tines and colorful demonstrations. Covt of the clinic is $2.00 registra- tion fee for each person attendrng. The program will be held in the STRAWBERRIES Here is a llt of recommended strawberry varieties: Klonmore, Konvoy, Klondike. III CHRt::-AS CHOICE A happy Christmas choice for any man is this cotton In-oad- cloth pleated shirt by Manhat- tan. Popular feature of the shirt is the built-in collar stays whieh do not have to be removed for laundering. French cuffs add to the drosy look. !Cheerleader Clinic, Perkin.ston Jun- ior College, Perkinston, Mississip- pi. , ..... CHILDS SS PAYMENTS new Student Center-Gymnasium. I MAY NOW BE MADE Further information concern:xg the ' be obtained by writing I "'Child's social security payments lmie can ! :to disabled people age eighteen or ewes. over may now be made." Luther N. Good doing lambs out of heavy i Davm, Manager of the Hattmsbur milking ewes should be ready f';r social security office said today. market in four to five months. To be eligible for these payments l a person mus be unable to do any substantl work because of a dis- !ability that began before age 18, must be unmarried, and dependent on a parent who is receiving social NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Due to the fire, all of our laundry and dry cleaning business will be handled through the Wiggins Laundry & Dry Cleaners un- til further notice. Breazeale's Cleaners I 'security payments on his own ac- count. Also, disabled children of de- ceased parents, who died after 1939 with enough social security credit for survivors benefits, are eligible. "The new iaw became effective January 1, 1957/' said Mr. Davis. "and the first checks were paid early in February, 1957." For further details contact you local social security office located in the Carpenters' Building, Hatties- burg, Miss. II I I ..... I II I FIRST CLASS . . . AUTO REPAIRING ELECTRIC ms ACKTLEN m WELDING NEW & USED PARTS JAMES SCOTT Garage At My  ha t wlggtm DIAL WA 8-41 DAY AND NIGHT SERViCg NOTICE Ben Frankin's will honor all Christmas Lay-Aways. We are temporarily set-up in the Batson building, formerly occup- ied by City TV. TIEES,.. a cash rrnp America hss many kinds of land ---some best suited for cultivated crops like corn or cotton, some best for growing trees. Both kinds can produce regular cash crops year after year. If protected from fire, insects and disease and har- vested wisely, America's 461 nail. lion acres of commercial forest land will always produce the wood this nation needs. RANDLE DEDEAUX PERKINSTON, MISS. i SHIPPING PULPWOOD TO St.tle00is PAPER  G*PANY' PENSACOLA * JACKSONVILLE Ji, ll CONDITIONING--TEMPERATURES MADE TO C DER--AT NEW LOW COST, GET A DEMONSTRATIONI The new Nomad-the last word In station wagon style and distinction... 4-door b.passenger, 1 CHEVROLET SETS A HEW STYLE IN STATION WAGONS ! Two new Brookwoods-4-door 6-passenger and 4-door 9-passenger models. Luxuriously appointed. Meet the year's smartest station wagon set! Chevrolet brings you five new wagons for '58-all long, low and loaded with news. They're more than nine inches longer," dramatically lower. They set a new style with boldly sculptured lines. And these new Chevrolets are the most practical wagons that ever took to the road. The litigate is hinged into the roof and raises completely out of the way for easier loading. There's a new easy-0pening tail- gate, too, and room for lorlger loa&., 158! No station wagon built ever carried loads with more ease or passengers with more eomfortl Chevrolet's new standard Full Coil suspension cradles you on deep coil springs at every wheel. And you can have a real air ride as an extra-cost option. Stop by your Chevrolet dealer's and look over the smartest, smoothest going station wagons of them alL emw,o o m' '  dealers display this.famous trademark See Your Local Authorized Chetrda Dealer (Stone County) Mississippi Thursday, Dec. 5, 1957 III iiiiii By OTHO ROWELL, Agent TIPS ON SHEEP season is closely related your profit or lass from sheep. size, quality and time of each lamb crop just about deter- what you will make from sheep in a year. born normal, strong and will need little care, eoh- with weak lambs, which are lost if someone is not present time of birth. in good strong condition will bring strong, healthy lambs. J grass gets tough and ma- in the fall, it is likely to be in protein and feed value. At time, it will pay you to feed protein, and in some cases to pregnant ewes, until they some small grain grazing. ] / your sheep closely. If your- YOUR SPINE AND YOUR HEALTH spina,! column cos't of 24 segments called vertebrae, with the sacrum and They form the spinal through which passes the cord. The spinaJ nerve carry the vfl! life forces man from brain to the organs, muscles and tis- of the body. These nerve branch out from the spin- cord through little openings the vertebrae. Slight _of _the .verte- lessen these little opening impinge upon the nerve causing interference in transmission of this vital force and the result is dis- The Chiropractic objective is determine and remove this of interference by proper and thus permit the of health. Dr. V. L. Tuttle CHIROPRACTOR Tuesday & Thursday I0 to 5 Saturday 9 to 12 in Edgar Bates Of flee Wigglm Mt BANK NOTES .......... by MIcoln, GIFT WRAP IDEAS Wrap the Ouqstmas gifts you make, or those you lmy, wltli thin sheets of cotton covered with multi.colored glitter. This new gift wrap material also is 'ideal for t .r.r.r.r .or mantel d;nt Thidter sheets of cotton batting, usco )nsme gilt Ies.,.ws leer fragile objects llke glassware and pottery an wmp " free from parasites. If you have i ewes are not m good condition, they I probably will not be strong enough idrenched regularly and kept pheno- l to do the best Job of raining good t thiazine and salt before the sheep, !lambs and a good crop of wool. To i and they still appear wormy, mea- the beginning sheepman, sheep in sure your dosage to make sure that wool often appear to be in better they are getting" full doses of slmpe than they actually are. The best way to determine the condition of your sheep is to handle some of the sheep. If back and rib bones are prominent, your sheep are not In too good shape. drench. It is also a good idea to make sure that your sheep are not short on groceries. If ample grazing is not available for ewes with lambs on them, it may pay you to creep the Make s4we that your sl-veep ur2 !lambs in addition to feeding the For a Real Merry Christmas Give that additional telephone in ... and a Ieri, g cord, too The Spring Cord is never in your way/., never snarls or knots.. Jt contracts to a mere 10 inches, expands to four feet. The ideal gift for Christmas is an additional telephone.., for convenience, privacy and pro- tection... It will be appreciated in bedroom, den or kitchen... Avai!able now in red, ivory, green, beige, yellow, blue, pink, white and gray. Your local Business Office wilt arrange to de- liver your gift-phone and install and bill it as you wish. FO Compat. l./om.t;o. -- call you, telephone business office SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE !) STONW. COUN Y EN'IRP-Is ! One Day Clinic For ,Cheerleaders SetFor i :January 25 AtPJC Arrangements have been com- pleted for a one day Cheerleaders Clinic to be held on the campus c ;Perkinston Junior College Saturday I [January 25, 1958. The Clinic will b( I iconducted by "Mr. Cheerleader,' LMrr " HeHerrTme: f2al:::n::Xa:: e [4111 High School and College y21 ileaders during the past n;ne yea; land is presently on an extended tour of the United States conduct!n[ clinics. He is a former Southwesl Aaa,.U. tumbling champion and wa yell leader at Southern Methodk University and the University Illinois. Mr. Herkimer has his Ma- ters Degree from the Univers.ty o Illinois and is working toward hi: Doctorate. - The clinic at Perkinton is oper to all high school and college stu dents in the southern area and wil present seions on sportmanship, boosting school spirit, crowd psy- chology, effective cheerleading rou- tines and colorful demonstrations. Covt of the clinic is $2.00 registra- tion fee for each person attendrng. The program will be held in the STRAWBERRIES Here is a llt of recommended strawberry varieties: Klonmore, Konvoy, Klondike. III CHRt::-AS CHOICE A happy Christmas choice for any man is this cotton In-oad- cloth pleated shirt by Manhat- tan. Popular feature of the shirt is the built-in collar stays whieh do not have to be removed for laundering. French cuffs add to the drosy look. !Cheerleader Clinic, Perkin.ston Jun- ior College, Perkinston, Mississip- pi. , ..... CHILDS SS PAYMENTS new Student Center-Gymnasium. I MAY NOW BE MADE Further information concern:xg the ' be obtained by writing I "'Child's social security payments lmie can ! :to disabled people age eighteen or ewes. over may now be made." Luther N. Good doing lambs out of heavy i Davm, Manager of the Hattmsbur milking ewes should be ready f';r social security office said today. market in four to five months. To be eligible for these payments l a person mus be unable to do any substantl work because of a dis- !ability that began before age 18, must be unmarried, and dependent on a parent who is receiving social NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Due to the fire, all of our laundry and dry cleaning business will be handled through the Wiggins Laundry & Dry Cleaners un- til further notice. Breazeale's Cleaners I 'security payments on his own ac- count. Also, disabled children of de- ceased parents, who died after 1939 with enough social security credit for survivors benefits, are eligible. "The new iaw became effective January 1, 1957/' said Mr. Davis. "and the first checks were paid early in February, 1957." For further details contact you local social security office located in the Carpenters' Building, Hatties- burg, Miss. II I I ..... I II I FIRST CLASS . . . AUTO REPAIRING ELECTRIC ms ACKTLEN m WELDING NEW & USED PARTS JAMES SCOTT Garage At My  ha t wlggtm DIAL WA 8-41 DAY AND NIGHT SERViCg NOTICE Ben Frankin's will honor all Christmas Lay-Aways. We are temporarily set-up in the Batson building, formerly occup- ied by City TV. TIEES,.. a cash rrnp America hss many kinds of land ---some best suited for cultivated crops like corn or cotton, some best for growing trees. Both kinds can produce regular cash crops year after year. If protected from fire, insects and disease and har- vested wisely, America's 461 nail. lion acres of commercial forest land will always produce the wood this nation needs. RANDLE DEDEAUX PERKINSTON, MISS. i SHIPPING PULPWOOD TO St.tle00is PAPER  G*PANY' PENSACOLA * JACKSONVILLE Ji, ll CONDITIONING--TEMPERATURES MADE TO C DER--AT NEW LOW COST, GET A DEMONSTRATIONI The new Nomad-the last word In station wagon style and distinction... 4-door b.passenger, 1 CHEVROLET SETS A HEW STYLE IN STATION WAGONS ! Two new Brookwoods-4-door 6-passenger and 4-door 9-passenger models. Luxuriously appointed. Meet the year's smartest station wagon set! Chevrolet brings you five new wagons for '58-all long, low and loaded with news. They're more than nine inches longer," dramatically lower. They set a new style with boldly sculptured lines. And these new Chevrolets are the most practical wagons that ever took to the road. The litigate is hinged into the roof and raises completely out of the way for easier loading. There's a new easy-0pening tail- gate, too, and room for lorlger loa&., 158! No station wagon built ever carried loads with more ease or passengers with more eomfortl Chevrolet's new standard Full Coil suspension cradles you on deep coil springs at every wheel. And you can have a real air ride as an extra-cost option. Stop by your Chevrolet dealer's and look over the smartest, smoothest going station wagons of them alL emw,o o m' '  dealers display this.famous trademark See Your Local Authorized Chetrda Dealer