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+ 6 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE I CONNUN+TY i December 15, 2010 Fruitland Park resident, Christy "late, recently journeyed to Tampa, Florida, to visit her sister, Claire Brantley and fami- ly...While there Christy visited the famous Ybor City among other well known sites. Pictured here are Christy and her 12 year old nephew, Carter Brantley, at the Tampa Sweethearts Cigar Company. Easton Taylor Cobb Fireplace Store +~ Fireplaces of all types and sizes -- -, Chimney Sweeping -- Garage Doors -- ++ Stone, Natural or Cultured Pellet Stoves -~ Come see our large showroom and burning fireplace display Retail Outlet for Piney Wood Pellets of Wiggins 228-832-7648 15(X)5 Dedeaux Rd , Gulfport, Miss. LIB+ErTy Protect Your Va+uables for Your Famiiy's Future with THE HIGHEST FIRE RATINGS IN THE INDUSTRY + , +++++ Mr. & Mrs. Faith LaChelle Seelnacht and Scott Anthony Davis were recently united in marriage. The ceremony, officiated by Bro. David Williams, was held at Temple Baptist Church at 3 p.m., on October 16, 2010. The bride is the daughter of Earnest and Sharon Seelnacht of McHen " and the granddaughter of the late Karl and Mary Ann Seelnacht of Pittsburgh, Penn. and the late Harold and Sylvia Sutton of Greeley, Kansas. She was attended by Tricia Putnam of D'Iberville. Bridesmaids included her sister, Susan Ryals of Gulfport and Rebekah Garrett of Wiggins. Flower girl was Annalise Morrison of Hurley. The bride wore a white beaded and embroi- Christmas by Nelda Johnson Save Hundreds on America's #i So~ring Safes The tree is up and the presents are laid under it. Now we are eagerly looking for the magic of the season to catch up with us. There might be a few snm akes to ad to the winter blast of cold air. "I]fis is truly a time to reflect on ourselves, and remember that we are all Anthony Davis dered dress witl'l a chapel length train and carried a fall bouquet of Sunrise Calla Lilies, Orange Roses and Yellow Sunflowers. The groom is the son of George and Becky Davis of Big Point and the grandson of the late Otho and Ruth Davis and Inez Martin and the late Mlen Martin. He was attended by Curtis Cullpepper of Vancleave. Groomsmen included Ricky Morrison of Hurley and Ryan Alford of Hurley. Ushers were Danny Husley of PoplmMlte and Michael Pittman of Grand Bay, Ala. Ring bearer was Dillon Cullpepper of Vancleave. Following the Ceremony, , a reception was held in Moss Point. mmm children of a living God, whose son Jesus came to redeem us from the emanate danger of Satan. It is his birth that is so precious and revered. Never forget his love for us, it is immeasurable, and his promises to us is true. May- love, peace and joy be abundant this year is my prayer. Brandon and Charlene Cobb recently announced the birth of their fourth child, a son. Easton Taylor Cobb was born at 1:11 p.m. on August 13, 2OlO at Forrest General Hospital Hattiesburg. He weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces and measured 19-3/4 inch- es in length. Maternal grandparents are Johnny and Sandra Fairley of Wiggins and Glenn and Sandi Miley of Perkinston. Paternal grandparents are Dottie Daniels of Wiggins and Joe and Missy Cobb of Wiggins. Big sisters, Lindsey and Makayla mad big brother, Aaron, welcomed Easton home. reasons By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications The myth that a single b'Pe of person uses food stamps was examined ina recent Southern Rural Development Center study that impacts how to best reach those in need of food assistance. The report, "One-size doesn't fit all: Different reasons drive food stamp use in areas across the South," looks at certain characteristics of food stamp users in the Borderland in Texas, the Appalachia region in West Virginia, the Delta in Mississippi and Louisiana, and the Black Belt in Alabama. The SRDC is housed at Mississippi State University. This research was performed by Tim Slack and Candice Myers of Louisiana State Universib . They looked at the extent to which region- al and local conditions uniquely" affect SNAP use. "INe study" found that there is not a single set of demographics that defines a person as a ,pical user of what has formerly been known as food stamps and is now called Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. The Appalachia region reports the highest per- centage of SNAP use, at nearly 22 percent. In this region, the Inajori~, of recipients are white female heads of households. In the Borderland, higher numbers of single-mother households and nonwork- ing-age populations are enrolled in SNAP. In the Delta, greater numbers of children and , elderly take partdn SNAP. ..... Also in the Delta, fewer adults without a high school diploma are a part of SNAP compared to other areas of the country. In the Black Belt, SNAP use is linked most often to nonworking-age individu- als and those living in racially segregated areas than in other parts of the country. These varied and some- times counterintuitive' results make one thing abundantly clear: place matters," the study says. "The South, and those areas in particular with high poverty, faces unique challenges in terms of eco- nomic hardship generally', and the need for food assistance specifically. "This research shows that When it comes to SNAP use, different factors are more salient depending on the region in question. One-size-fits-all assump- tions about the larger eco- nomic and cultural charac- teristics at play across the social landscape will there- fore likely miss the mark," the report found. Bo Beaulieu, SRDC direc- tor, said the research find- ings can help social work- ers better serve the needs of a diverse population. The complete study" can be found online at s/fan_series/onesize__does nt fit all.pdf. 's making his list, Santa .....e he gets yours! so make uu,