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January 5, 1973

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Page 2 The WoodviUe Republican, Woodville, Missfsslppl Friday, January 5, 1973. dvilleRepub|iean = t Perrytown News ......... - .... i Published every Friday by , an| I(" P'V] The Woodville Republleaa, ,.,.AA J.  V & A. . A ,  V  Nina Sturdivant Christmas Day Board Of A|derlnen i MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK ii 4,0,,,,,- ..,4,,, .....  .... -- ....... ,, .... , . ' '1 rn of Culhnan Be it lcmembeled that there i l ad .rod chld . ' , " " 1 ..... I was b(%un and held in l,l e Mrs Charles McElwee and Mr OPEN HOUSE HELD Ala Mr anu Mrs Mack S,ur- , ' : ........ by Paul Pittman John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor .... "' ", .... ' . - uoum, u oom m mc Town ilau ' .  . _ divant ano cnllaren, lviI . al a i Weylan Dixon spent the Christ AT FIELD IIOME .......... in the Town of Cen.trevill,e :it lvirs l:taynlono Lurmvan ano ..... '. Subscription Rates: One year, mas holidays as guests in the i p.m. on i'nurelay, 19eccmoar : home of their sister, Mrs. Myron The home of Mrs. R. J. Field childrErl, Mr. and Mrs. Billy There is a touch of irony in $4.00; 6 raGS,, $2.25; 3 raGS,, Turfitt, and Mr. Turfitt in New $1,25. Payable in advance. Orleans. Recen overnight guests Second Class postage paid at in Mrs. McElwee's home in,clude Woodville, Miss. 8968g. Me. and Mrs. Frank Dixon Mc- ..lwee of Stanford University, I Calif. CENTREVILLE TOWN CLERK I Relatives visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truett Tumey MOVES TO CLINTON during the holiday .season were Mrs. Van Evans, formerly :Mr. and Mrs E=ldie Stafford and Llnd.a M. McCcrd. who has effi- children of Baton ROuge, Capt. ciently served te Town of Cen- ,trevllle for six y, ear, s as Town Clerk, moved last weekend with was the setting on Decembew 23 S turdi, vant. Mr. ani Mr.s. KEn for an open hou:e given by Mr.. Thompson, Miss Kathy Cavin. Field. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Field. and Mr. Dan Cavin all el' Notch- Jr.. and Judge and Mrs. Mike ez: Mr. Kenny Cavin and dough- Cart of Brooktaven for their tcr. Shone. of ttattiesburg; Mr. san and brother and his wife. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson and Dr. and Mrs R. Davis Field. children, Rosette: Mr. Johnny who were married on DecembEr Ila.zlip, Natchez: and Mrs. Eu- ,14 in Birmingham, Alabama. niae Thompson. Mrs. Mae Ham- ,Red poinseDtias, white doves and Christmas greenery were and Mrs. Leery Dobbs and wo the featured d,acorations noted sons of Gulfport, Mr. anti. Mrs. in the entertaining area as Sum Tumey and son of Jackson, friends and relatives called from mack, and Miss Pare Thompson, Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hollings- worth and sons of Jack,:on s pcn the Christmas holidays with 28. 192. a ca!led meeting of ha Mayor and Board of AldErmen of 'he Town of Centreville. Mis- sissippi. F.resEnt and pre.siding May, or Pro-Tern Iverson MeKey, Z. E. (Bob) Bell. C. C. Germany, John Rollin. Aldermen: Linda M. Evans. Clerk: Minna Erstling, Assistant Clerk Absent: Mayor Fred L. Hetzler, Alderman A. K. Van Cleave. The purpose of the meetin, was to amend budget for fiscal the public response that Mi,ssis- failed, it was a watershed event slppi's officials lmve given m thai can't be overlooked. the demise of Harry Truman. But Truman still had his fol- the former president from Mis- lowing in Mississippi. In nar,th- suri, eas Missis.,ippi, an area that Charity and compassion ought appreciated some of the Demo- te be commended under the cratic New Deal programs, they circumstances. But the fact is thought enough of him LO bring hi, at Harry Truman was an him in for a political speech in anathema m Missis,-lppi s leaders lg60 for a rally for the late John in his time. Kennedy. Gov. Bill Waller. for instance, S e v e r al thousand attended mus.t have forgowen 17is history that rally and the gutsey little when he issued a public state- guy from Missoui did his bit. her sons, Bobby, Eddy and Sephen, to Clinton, where she and Mr. Evans will reside. Mr. Evans is a consultant for Re- search and Developmen.t Cener, Jackson. Miss Mlnna Ervtling of Cen- treville is filling the vacancy mated by Mrs. Evans' resigna- tion. UMW MORNING CIRCLE MEETS Mrs. Claude Parkhurst was hostess $or the Ja, nuary meeting of the Mornin,g Circle of .the un,ited Met, Women t her home on Tu,esday, January 2. beginning at 9:30, ,with a good Mrs. Marilyn Hobert and son, Paul, of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morgan and five children of Pascagoula, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tumey ,of Greenville, Miss Chds- tin'e Tumey of Liberty, and Mr. Sib Tumey of Chipola, La. Friends' and relatives "lsiting ir ,the home of Mr..and rs. Claude  Parkhurst during the IChrbtmas season arid on New Year's Day includ'ed Mrs. Ida [Lee Ford of Aiexandria La., Dr. I Gill Smith of ,Baton Rouge, Mrs. Annie Laurie Whitaker of Wood- ville, Mr. and Ms. Raymmfl White and, two daughters, Renee and Carrie, of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Willie B. Peter, son and Mrs. Katie Roddy of Clinton, La. ,membership attendance . Visiting in the home of thei moher, Mrs. A. A. Hollinga- Mrs. Nannie Ash, lresident, worth, during the Christmas opened the meeting 'with prayer season were Dr. Gerald Holllngs- from The Upper Room and pre- I worth of Fort Wal.ton " Beach, sided over the business session, iFla., Mr. Rober,t Hollingswovth 19"/3 Yearbooks were distribu,ted of 'San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mr. by the secretary, and Mrs. H. N. Jensen, Jr., and Mrs. Zelma White, program family of Woodville, and Mr. leader, ,presented the Pledge and Mrs. C. N. Galnt, Jr., and Service in a ean'dleltgh.t cere- family of Centreville. ,mony wlh Mrs. Annie Sims, Relatives spending Christmas Mrs. Ethel Anderson, Mrs. Julia]Day with Mr. and Mrs. Joh Mae Wright ,and Mrs. Ash aS- sisting her. Pledge cards wece /filed out and signed during the service. "During bhe social hour, tle hostess served delicious frul,t cake with coffee and ea from a table which ,held a lovely ca- mellia arrargement as a central ' decoration. ,BIRTHS ...... Vaughan were Mr. an'd Mrs. Robert Gceen and children, Joe and Edna, of Vidalia, La., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Vaughan ,and family of Baker, La., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddle and children of Zachary, La., Mr. ,and, Mrs. Ceoil Vaughan and Cnvo children of Norwood, La., and Bobby Vaughan of USM, Hattiesburg. Chrlstnas holid,ay gues,ts in the .ome. of .Mrs. Etta aye Duck Included the followina five to seven o'clock. Alernating at the pun,oh and eoffee service at a handsomely appointed tea ta, ble were Mis,s[ ,Be{sy F, ield. Miss J, ........... Mrs. Mike Faloust, Larry Waltman. REVIVAL SLATED A' CENTREVILLE CHUB Revival services wi from Sunday night thoug.h Friday nigh 12, at Shloh .Full Gos on West Railroad Centreville. The serv,ices will 1 night at 7:30. excep day night when set 0egin at 6:00. The special speak evival will be Re Rank,in of Houston, ' are cordially" invited Guests Thurzday Ir of the Roy. and Mrs. McOehee were her b sisbe,r-in-law, the ,Re Davis. Berryhill, of l Christma, s holiday the home of Mr. and McDaniel included M1 McDaniel of Jacks Kathy McDaniel of State, Mr. and Mrs. and family of Natch ,Peterson and sons, Timmy, of Houston. Mrs. Deborah Shaw daughter, C appi, and Dalton, of C, entreville Miss Sarah Ash o] Tenn., was a guest in of her mother. Mrs. Bcrn to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy relatives and friend,s: Me. and during the Chri.stma Mac Brown ,ef ,Centreville in Mrs. A1 Voss of Ban.area City,[ Mr. and Mrs. N F Lane Memorial ,Hospital in Fla., Mrs. Joanna Crraycraft and f.our children of C Zachary, La., on December 26, children; Chuck and Cindy, of IS. C., spent the Chri: a son, James ,abriel. Maternal Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Hazel Duck ]days with her parent gran,dparents are Mr. and Mrs. and children. Clayton, Ray, [Mrs. M. S. Ha'ssels. John Brandon James of Centre- Christine and 'Pave, of Baton I Mrs. Bertha Flare yUle, ad patern,Ll randmother Rouge, Mr. Patrick Duck, Jr., of Mrs. Audrey Hughes day in Zachary, La., is Mrs. Joe T. Johnson of Clin- Mlnden,. La., Mr. and Mrs. ton, ,a. Michael Broker ,of Croton-on- orn to the Rev. and Mrs. H.udson, N. Y., Mr. an,c Mrs. Riby E. Burton, Jr., former Cen- Elvood Du,ck .ad children of .treville resid, ets, in a New.ton Liberty, "and Mr. ,and Mrs. H. 3. lspital on, December 15; their Coalfield an,d family of Cetre- third ciild, a son, Nell Chandler. vllle. VALUE MART DOLLAR STORE Quantity RightsReserved Sale Starts Thursday Limit 2 Each Item Pet Customer LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC 20 oz. $1.69 Value SINEX NASAL SPRAY 15cc $1.39Value Your Choice $1.00 each Adult Size ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN 100 69c Value HEAD& SHOULDERS LOTION SHAMPOO 3.06 oz. 95c Value Your Choice 2 for $1..00 VALUE-MART DOLLAR STORE Centreville, Miss. mother and ister, Welch ad Mi.s ,Marg Mr. an,d Mrs J,ame of Centceville and ForCenberry, Jr., of visited Jackson relal the holidays. Mrs. Glen Andersm John, were Christm guests 'in the home o Mrs. J. E. Pippin, i,n I 1Vr. and Mrs. Pgll of Clin,ton, La., were guests in the home o] Miss Irma Battler. Friends of Mrs. S regret that she i, hos Field Memorial and an early recovery. Mr and Mrs. Thom had as thei holiday child, ren and grandcl and Mrs. B. H. Barro children of St. lranc: man Kenneth Junea man nd Mrs. Emile J little son, Keesler K Td Miss Lael Whit Rouge. Birthplace of Bigtin Mtssssippi .was the of bigtime boxing. great championship .Anerican ring hb fotaht on February Mississippi City. JoB liven, strong boy fro defeated Paddy Ry rounds for the he title of the world Down South, March-_ Farm INSURAN COMPANI "Owned By Those ] * Fire-Auto-Life * Inland Marine * Farm & General * Workman's Comr RICHARD FLA Woodvllle, M Box 444  Ph. 888-3, ..... v.,. their father. Mr. Jesse Perry, !year" 1972-73. and hei.r brother and sister-in- I Alderman Germany moved, mcnt commending Truman. And pointing with pride to-what lee Alderman Rollins seconded, that Zenutor James Eastland sent out and the party had done for the law. Mr. and Mrs. Aton PErry, I Buget of Estimated Revenues a press release taking cred,it for country, and viewing with alarm and family, tend Exlanditures for the fizcal turning the tide and getting what mi,'ht have happened had Lt. ,Ronne Kilarhn of Camp I .... ..... ,, o,,t,n,. n 10 m,. ......... ,,,to o ,io, nr- the country turned to the Re- O' , . O. . 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