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Spring Home, Lawn & Garden

A special supplement to the Daily Journal Section E Friday, March 8, 2013

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TUPELO – If you’re thinking about putting some landscape lighting around your home, your first step is not a trip to the home store. Rather, it’s a phone call. “I like to start with a licensed, bonded electrician,” said M.J. Justice, manager of the Lighting Gallery in Tupelo. “He will educate you on what he can do as far as the power you have available. You’ve got to have transformers in place before you can have lighting.” The next thing to determine is the type of lighting you want. “In the back of the house, I feel like you need landscape lighting to show off trees,” Justice said. “In the front, you’re showing off the architecture of the house.” Lighting from the ground up is practical and probably shows everything off to the best advantage, she said. “When you light from above – called moonlighting – you have to think about changing those bulbs,” Justice said. “One lady had to hire a bucket truck to change her bulbs.” The number of lights you need depends on the size of the area and the


A variety of landscape lighting, from practical to decorative, is available at the Lighting Gallery in Tupelo. size of your house. Justice recommends lights be placed no closer than 3 to 5 feet apart, depending on the wattage of the bulb and the type of fixture. “First, you have your all-purpose, standard, functional lighting,” she said. “Well lights, wall washes and bullets fit in this category. They’re basically functional, so you kind of want to hide them. Bronze is the most popular finish – they need to blend in with the ground. You don’t want to draw attention to these fixtures.” Well lights are the least expensive, starting at about $55 each. Then you have your decorative lights, which can run $150 each or more. “A decorative fixture is nice in the garden, but

they deserve attention,” she said. “So you’re only going to want one to an area.” Justice said chain stores have landscape lighting kits that come with a transformer and three or four lights, for the do-ityourselfer. “The drawback to those, though, is you can’t add lights to it,” she said. “You get what you get.” Kathryn Gatlin, owner of the Lighting Gallery, said LED lighting is becoming more popular in the landscape. “It is more expensive, but you will save money with LED in the longrun,” she said. “You get the most lumens for the least amount of wattage. And one advantage of LED is you don’t have to change the light bulbs very often.”

Neither Justice nor Gatlin recommend solar lighting for the landscape. “It’s a great idea, but they aren’t perfected yet,” Justice said. “Technology hasn’t caught up with them. They’re not for the long term,” Gatlin added. Justice said the biggest mistake people make when lighting the landscape is using too much. “It’s the biggest mistake, even when professionals do it,” she said. “We call it light trespass,” Gatlin said. “It’s when you have too much of a good thing. When you have overdone it and your neighbors are talking about your landscape lighting, that’s light trespass. You’re not aiming for a Disney World effect.”


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Blooms for all seasons

Plantersville gardener specializes in flowers for cutting “They’re perennials and very fragrant and I use them mostly as a filler. The PLANTERSVILLE – Mar- lisianthus I started in Noian Fay Maloney’s flower vember because it’s slowgardens don’t look like growing. It almost looks much right now. Some like a rose. They’re great for daffodils and hyacinths bouquets, but they’re not are blooming and camellia perennial.” bushes are loaded with If you don’t have a greenbuds, but much of the house, all you need is a landscape is still brown. controlled situation to start That will all change in a seedlings, Maloney said, few short months, when like a kitchen window or a perennials and seedlings space beneath grow lights. from the greenhouse begin “Then move the plants to show their true colors. outside in the spring to “It will be something to harden off, but don’t put see then,” she said. them in the ground until Maloney’s farm in you think they’ve got a Plantersville, called Mem- good chance of germinatory Orchard, has row after ing,” she said. row of raised beds filled Maloney still has packwith flowers she will sell to ets of seeds she will sow florists or use in her own directly in the ground or home. Some years, when broadcast on top of a bed she has time, she has a when the weather turns stall at the Tupelo Farmers’ warm, including stock, Market. statice, celosia, zinnias, Maloney mainly grows sunflowers, gomphrena flowers that can be cut and and poppies. used in arrangements. Other flowers Maloney Among her perennials likes for cutting are lace are salvia, dianthus, shasta flowers, columbine, sweet daisies, sage, flowering al- peas, helenium, geum, lium, dahlias, foxglove, sweet William, helianthus, clematis, peonies, Asiatic bells of Ireland, calendula, lilies, yarrow, mums, orna- lobelia, nicotiana, kissmental thistle, sea holly, me-over-the-garden gate, coral bells, love-in-a-mist, marigolds, cosmos and solidago, larkspur, coneazuratum. flowers and guara. “I have something grow“I like to grow these in ing all the time,” Maloney raised beds because I find said. “While you’re waiting we can control the wetfor your flowers to come feet problem we have if we up, you can use bulbs and use beds,” she said. flowering shrubs in the In a small greenhouse winter. Then your perenon the property, Maloney nials carry you through has started several trays of the fall. In the fall, replant seedlings, such as agaszinnias, lisianthus and tache, lisianthus, rudrudbeckia. Sunflowers can beckia, gerbera daisies even be reseeded to bloom and tall snapdragons. again in the fall.” “Agastache is in the bigMaloney said the key to ger mint family,” she said. cutting the best flowers for BY GINNA PARSONS



Marian Fay Maloney shows off seedlings she has growing in her greenhouse at her farm in Plantersville called Memory Orchard. an arrangement is to get them before they’ve matured. “If it’s already formed pollen, you don’t need to cut it,” she said. “It’s not going to last.”

Maloney likes to grow yellow jessamine to use in cascading bouquets.


Maloney said her love of flowers started when she was about 9 years old. Her father always had a little garden in a vacant lot and he would let her plant zinnias in it. “I was growing peppermint zinnias and my mother had me make a small arrangement and she took it to the fair and I won a little ribbon for


it,” she said. Another influence was her grandmother. “She had a flower garden and she always let me pick a bouquet of flowers from her garden and I’d take it home and put it in my room and look at it all

week,” she said. Maloney said her grandmother’s grandmother brought the concept of the English garden to the family. “She had a picket fence where there was nothing but flowers in that area,”

Maloney said. “That’s what most old country people had back then. Flowers, rather than a yard, in front of their homes. You didn’t grow grass, you grew flowers. That’s what I do.”

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Tips to start composting for your garden It doesn’t matter if you’re a gardening novice trying to supplement your dinner table with some home-grown veggies or an entrepreneur that earns a living off the land, composting is a simple way to go green and help save the environment. You don’t have to be an environmentalist to compost, either. Compost, which is organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled and used for fertilizing soil, is great for your garden and will help reduce landfill waste. In addition, composting in your home garden will help you save money. “Using compost means your garden will be more cost-effective because you will have to spend less on fertilizers, insecticides, and fungicides for a given harvest of any crop,” says Brett L. Markham, author of “The Mini Farming Guide to Composting,” the latest in his Mini Farming book series. Across the country people are embracing the concept of selfsufficiency and preparedness, “mini farming” anywhere, from rooftop urban gardens to suburban backyards to larger land plots. Growing food is easier than ever and composting is a huge part of this movement. Markham, who also has written the bestselling “Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre” as well as mini farming guides to fermenting and vegetable gardening, offers these gardening tips to get started on composting: • Composting is a natural form of recycling, so use food waste, grass clippings, coffee grounds and even paper as compost. Just be sure to shred the paper first to speed up the process. • Start your compost pile in a convenient spot, and make sure it is semi-shaded and welldrained. • Add bulking agents such as wood chips to accelerate the breakdown of organic materials,

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Take the stress out of spring cleaning Throw open those doors and windows – there is no better cure for months of winter than some fresh spring air. But with spring, comes spring cleaning. And if the thought of pulling out mops, buckets and brooms brings on more stress than serenity, remember that a few tricks and some great tunes can make cleaning easier and perhaps even fun.


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bottom of the tub to help clean and remove residue. Likewise, you can clean your washing machine by running a normal cycle with hot water and a washer cleaner tablet. A formulated tablet designed to penetrate, dissolve and help remove odor-causing residue from the inside of the machine will give your washer and your clothes a fresh scent. Don’t forget to check washer and dryer drains and pipes for blockages – such as lint or the infaMAINTAIN mous missing sock – to The dishwasher cleans improve optimum water dishes. What cleans the and air flow. Clean the dishwasher? Don’t stress! dryer's outside exhaust to Cleaning the dishwasher help shorten drying time may be one of the easiest and decrease energy use. tasks on your checklist. For more helpful cleanJust run a normal wash ing tips, visit www.afcycle and add an easy-to- You’ll be out use tablet, such as affresh enjoying the spring Dishwasher cleaner, to the weather in no time.





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what’s old, pull out what stays and roll up your sleeves. Clean door gaskets, racks and drawers with warm water and mild dish detergent. Don’t forget to clean underneath the refrigerator and the vent of the appliance. Proper air flow provides better performance and optimum efficiency. Once it's all sparkly clean, admire your handiwork. Then put your food back inside before it spoils.









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Keeping your mower properly maintained will

save you time all season long. For walking mowers, a good maintenance routine is as follows: • Carefully check blades for sharpness. • Make sure the cutting deck is clear of clippings. Cooking spray on the underside of the deck will make a new mower easier to clean. • Check pull cords to ensure they aren’t frayed. • Check that attachments are connected and working properly. • If you use your mower infrequently, fill the tank with a fuel stabilizer. • Periodically change the oil and perform air filter maintenance.


It’s tempting to cut the grass as frequently as do your neighbors. But where mowing is concerned, less is more. You can prevent weeds from taking over your lawn by letting your grass grow out a bit, as longer grass supports a deeper root system. If you

cut more than one-third of the grass length, you will have clumps of clippings that lie on top of the lawn, slower decomposition, and a less attractive, bristly appearing lawn Keeping grass longer also allows it greater surface area to carry out photosynthesis, which results in healthier plants. In addition, taller grass grows slower than shorter grass. You can use this fact to eliminate up to 20 percent of the mowing you do annually, an average savings of about eight hours a year, not to mention the savings of gasoline and wear on equipment. When you do cut the grass, be sure you’re using great time-saving equipment. A model with great maneuverability will give you greater control around landscaping and obstacles. With all that time saved working on your lawn, you’ll have more time to kick back, relax and simply enjoy your lawn instead.

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dust below it safely with a coil brush. While regular kitchen Then remove everything chores like doing the in there, discarding any dishes and taking out the out-of-date items. Clean trash are almost impossievery surface with soap ble to ignore, it can be easy and water, including the to forget certain maintedoor seals, which are nance tasks that keep your prone to collect crumbs ship smoothly sailing. and food debris. For tough Spring cleaning season gunk and odors, use bakis the perfect chance to ing soda. take care of those often Drawers can be removed overlooked items that deand cleaned in the sink. serve your semi-annual atBefore putting the food tention. So between back in the fridge, ensure dusting the cobwebs and everything is wiped down organizing your pantry, be and clean – especially posure to do the following: tentially sticky items like jelly jars. STATEPOINT



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Allen Heating & Cooling Residential & Light Commercial Sales • Service • Installation Over 20 Years Experience • All Name Brands 662-489-7273

SS&G Contractors Licensed & Bonded Call for Estimates Saltillo, MS 662-869-0052

Maloney Glass & Door “Serving Tupelo for 3 Generations” Store Fronts, Mirrors, Shower, Garage, Commercial, Hollow Metal Doors, Awnings 711 Robert E. Lee Dr. 662-844-4540

Lavastone Industries RAFCO Doors, Tubs, Showers, Windows, Steps, Skirting, 4115 West Main • Tupelo, MS 662-844-5178 Range Hoods, Faucets & More! 436 Hwy 6 • Nettleton, MS 662-963-2825

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ANTIQUES by: B & B Antiques 4835 US Hwy 43 • Gu-Win, AL 1-800-890-5130

APPLIANCES & ELECTRONICS by: Baldwyn Refrigeration 12 months same as cash Appliances • TVs • Computers 104 Third Ave. • Saltillo 662-869-5304

Greer & Greer Electric Jackhammers • Forklifts • Mini Excavators • Skid Steers • Backhoes • Trenchers & other large & small equipment. 805 S. Central • New Albany 662-534-8640

JB’s Construction Dirt, Gravel Work, Bushhogging, Dozer, Excavating 662-401-6423


Allred Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. PAINT by: “Over 45 Years Experience Serving the Area” 1696 Cliff Gookin Blvd. • Tupelo, MS 38803 Grisham Lumber “For All Your Building & Home Improvement Needs” Rhudy’s Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. 165A N. Guyton (Hwy. 15) • Blue Mountain 517 A Country Rd 681• Saltillo, MS 662-269-4094 662-685-9444

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Staggs Interiors 903 Varsity Drive • Tupelo, MS “Fine Furnishings & Accessories” 662-842-1292

Classic Finishes We Sell The Best! 1181-A West Shopping Center • Tupelo 662-842-0366



Lighting Gallery by Nesco 1730 McCullough Blvd. • Tupelo, MS Professional Lighting Design, Chandeliers, Fixtures, Lamps, Mirrors, Fans, Landscape & Outdoor 662-840-8833

Mr. Fix It Home Maintenance All Types Plumbing • Painting • Electrical • Drywall Remodel • Pressure Washing • HVAC Certified • David Mattox Cell 662-213-7628

Baldwyn Termite & Pest Control 30 Years Experience, Residential/Commercial, Licensed, Bonded, Insured 403 Industrial Park Rd. • Saltillo 662-869-2593 • Cell# 231-9157



Fireplace Creations by BMC Sales “Quality Gas/Wood Pellet Burning Fireplaces, Stoves and Inserts” Hwy 145 • Saltillo, MS 662-869-2619

Jesco, Inc. Construction, Mechanical, Electrical Contractors Tupelo, MS 662-842-3240

Staggs Interiors 903 Varsity Drive • Tupelo, MS 662-842-1292

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BATH & KITCHEN by: Pennington’s Home Center 2813 Hwy 145 • Saltillo 662-869-0585 Hwy 41 E • Okolona 662-447-0131

Lavastone Industries “Complete Fireplace Shop Since 1973” 4115 West Main, Tupelo, MS 662-844-5178



Budget Blinds of Oxford Free In-Home Consultation Shutters, Wood Blinds, Draperies, and more! Oxford 662-281-0586 • Tupelo 662-823-6455

E Fire 2075 McCullough Blvd. • Tupelo, MS 662-842-7201

Budget Blinds of Tupelo Free In-Home Consultation Shutters, Wood Blinds, Draperies, and more! Tupelo 662-823-6455 • Oxford 662-281-0586


LANDSCAPING by: Davidson Landscape Design • Install • Maintenance 662-538-4223 Sportsman Lawn & Landscape “For The Neatest Yard Around” Complete Lawn & Landscape Maintenance Services Available. 662-844-6539 Licensed, Bonded & Insured



Grisham Lumber “For All Your Building & Home Improvement Ground Management Needs” 165A N. Guyton (Hwy. 15) • Blue Mountain We have weekly and monthly lawn and landscape maintenance packages designed to fit any budget 662-685-9444 P.O. Box 3831 • Tupelo, MS 662-678-6393 • 842-3024 FLOORS & DOORS by:

Grisham Lumber “For All Your Building & Home Improvement Needs” 165A N. Guyton (Hwy. 15) • Blue Mountain 662-685-9444

Pennington’s Home Center 2813 Hwy 145 • Saltillo 662-869-0585 Hwy 41 E • Okolona 662-447-0131



CALVERY’S BOONEVILLE CABINET CO. Showroom Cabinets Granite & Quartz countertops available 101 Hare Rd. • Booneville, MS 662-728-3891

CABINETS by: Pierce Cabinets 2259 Graham Dr. • Tupelo, MS Design For You! 662-840-6795

CLEANING SERVICES by: A Wall 2 Wall Cleaning Residential, Basic, & Spring cleanings 662-416-2047 • 662-213-8059 Mr. Janitor, Inc. Commercial / Residential Home • Business • Church 1835 Nelle St. • Tupelo 662-844-7713

CONCRETE STAIN by: Senter Transit Mix 662-842-7305

CONTRACTORS by: Jesco, Inc. Construction, Mechanical, Electrical Contractors Tupelo, MS 662-842-3240 800-874-7022 SS&G Contractors Driveways, Dozer/Bobcats, Septic Tanks, Excavation, Treatment Plants, Lot Clearing 662-869-0052

DB’s Floral Design N’ More •Full Service Florist •Willow Tree Angels •Monkeez •Pottery •Custom Work 388 Mobile Street • Saltillo, MS 662-869-3620

FOUNDATIONS by: Danny Jarvis Foundation Repair A Certified Dealer • Foundation Repair Licensed • Bonded 662-538-9246

FOUNDATION REPAIR by: Advanced Foundation Repair, LLC Sills, Floors, Structures, Concrete Pier Systems Roger Rakestraw 662-534-6698; 662-668-0367 Licensed and Bonded

FULL SERVICE HOME REPAIR & RENOVATIONS BY: BJ’s Maintenance 777 Holly Hill Dr. • Tupelo, MS 662-840-5118

Puroclean Damage Specialist Serving Lee, Pontotoc, Itawamba, Union, Prentiss, & Monroe Counties 877-994-1200 or 662-205-3211

Mississippi Door, LLC 1493 Hwy. 363 • Guntown, MS (east of Saltillo) Owner: Donald Whitfield 662-869-2277 or 662-871-8557

Maloney Glass & Door “Serving Tupelo for 3 Generations” Store Fronts, Mirrors, Shower, Garage, Commercial, Hollow Metal Doors, Awnings 711 Robert E. Lee Dr. • Tupelo 662-844-4540

Commercial and Residential Lawn Maintenance, Leaf Removal, Landscape Consulting, Design, and Installation 662-448-0476

Turf Doctor “We Spray So You Can Play” Weed Control & Fertilization, Professional Lawn Treatments “Free Quotes” 662-694-9326

LAWN EQUIPMENT by: Wade John Deere 2298 Hwy. 15 N. • Pontotoc Carney Walden • General Manager 662-489-1381


J. Britt Lighting & Interiors “Not Your Typical Lighting Showroom” DCF (Decorator Connection For Furniture) Chandeliers, Ceiling Fans, Lanterns & More 1993 McCullough Blvd. • Tupelo, MS “Over 30 Years Experience Customizing 662-844-3050 Furniture” We also do furniture & repair Lighting Gallery by Nesco; 1730 McCullough Blvd., Tupelo Professional Lighting Design, Chandeliers, Fixtures, 662-844-4689 • 662-213-5006 Lamps, Mirrors, Fans, Landscape & Outdoor Re-Designing Women 662-840-8833 Visit New & ReNewed Furniture & Accessories, including lamps, mirrors, antiques & more 120 W. Main St. • New Albany, MS LUMBER by: 662-509-2570


GLASS & ALUMINUM PRODUCTS by: Wright Glass & Aluminum Co. Storefronts, Sunroom & Screen Rooms, Plate Glass, Aluminum Patio Covers, Aluminum Carport Covers, Aluminum Walkway Covers, Aluminum & Canvas Awnings & more! 111 MCGill St. • New Albany • 662-534-6846

PLUMBING by: Mr. Rooter Plumbing • Previously Sonny T’s Plumbing • Complete Plumbing Repairs 662-871-5693

PORTABLE BUILDINGS by: Fairview Portable Buildings Financing Available Delivery, Setup, & Leveling 10590 Hwy. 15 • Ripley, MS 662-837-8709

RECYCLING by: P&R Scrap Metal Recycling We Buy Junk Cars & Scrap Located in the old Ellis Construction Gravel Pit 11174 Hwy. 45 N. • Columbus 662-549-9988 SMC Recycling, Inc. Scrap Metal Corinth - 665-0069 Selmer, TN - 731-645-6302 Booneville - 728-0205

Lawn Doctor “Keeping Lawns Healthy For Life” ROOFING by: Lawn & Bed, Weed Control, Fire Ants & Insect Control JCS Roofing 800-452-9637 or 662-287-5551 207 S. Maple Street • Aberdeen, MS Call For All Your Roofing Needs Small Jobs Company, Inc. 662-436-8472 Home Of The Yard Dogs “Specializing in All Types of Lawn & ROOFING CONTRACTOR by: Landscape Maintenance & French Drains” 662-871-0271 or 662-566-4270 A-1 ROOFING & HOME REPAIR Over 20 Years Experience Sonny Vinson’s Lawn Service Owner will be present on every job Spring Clean-up, Pruning, All Lawn 24 Hour Emergency Service Maintenance Written Warranties 662-372-0433; 662-840-9904 Tupelo 842-9422 Total Lawn Care






Turner Back Hoe Service 30 Years Experience Footings, clears land, hauls dirt, rocks, and driveways Free Estimates 662-988-0550 • 662-538-4652


Mid-South Ornamental Concrete, LLC “Area’s Largest Selection of Concrete for Home and Garden” Off Hwy 72 (15 Miles North of Holly Springs) 662-224-3170


The Cotton Bolt 1727 McCullough Blvd. • Tupelo, MS With our wholesale buying power, you’ll always get the best price. 662-841-2621



RAFCO Mobile Home Supplies Owner: David Miller Hwy 6 E • Nettleton, MS Phone: 662-963-2825 Fax: 662-963-3904 E-mail us:


Main Street Mini Storage “Engineered to Fit Your Business and Personal Storage Needs” Brightly Lit • 24 Hr. Access 627A West Main St. • Tupelo Check With Us About Special Rates 662-346-9966 The Attic Climate-Controlled, Self-Storage 1098 Cliff Gookin Blvd (Off S. Gloster by Medical Center) 662-840-5300

STORM SHELTERS by: SS & G Contractors Licensed and Bonded 662-869-0052

TORNADO SHELTERS by: Greer & Greer Lifesaver Storm Shelters “Your Best Protection Against Nature’s Worst!” 805 S. Central • New Albany 534-8640

TREE SERVICE by: American Tree Service & Stump Removal Licensed, Bonded, Fully Insured, Pruning, Cutting, Removal, Emergency Storm Work John Zinzer • 662-266-9021 Brewer Tree Service Insured • Trimming • Removal 844-7737 • 401-0742 • 871-9451

VACCUUM CLEANER, SALES & SERVICE by: Oreck Floor Care Authorized Sales & Service Home Air Purifiers 4340 Mall Drive 662-840-0006 or 1-888-41ORECK

VINYL SIDING by: Mitchell’s Vinyl Siding & Replacement Windows Residential Sales & Installation • Home Improvements • New Construction “Quality Is Our Specialty” 662-840-0660 or 662-871-6412 cell Window World “Simply The Best For Less” 223 Franklin • Tupelo, MS 662-842-5201

WINDOWS by: Knights Awning, Windows & Doors Windows, Canvas Awnings, Patio Covers, Sunrooms, Screen Enclosures 840-0999 Window World “Simply The Best For Less” 223 Franklin • Tupelo, MS 662-842-5201

Wheeler Roofing, Inc. “A Family Business Since 1946.” Commerical • Industrial • Residential Licensed & Insured 411 Clark St. • Tupelo 844-4481

RUGS by: The Cotton Bolt Take A Rug Home & Make Sure It’s Perfect Before You Buy 1727 McCullough Blvd • Tupelo, MS 662-841-2621

SECURITY ALARMS by: Security Alarms of Tupelo Residential • Commercial • Industrial Locally Owned & Operated 662-842-7221

SEPTIC TANKS & SYSYTEMS by: Custom Service Company Commercial or Residential Field Lines Trenching • Site Preparation Work • Installation Treatment Plants • Irrigation • Licensed • Bonded • Insured Northeast MS - 662-678-6094 Nights & Weekends - 662-348-2420

Grisham Lumber SS & G Contractors “For All Your Building & Home Improvement Licensed and Bonded Needs” 165A N. Guyton (Hwy. 15) • Blue Mountain 662-869-0052 662-685-9444



SOUND & VIDEO by: MAP Sound & Video Home Theater & Custom Music Installation Indoor & Outdoor 2611 W. Main • Tupelo, MS 662-842-3753

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