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Page 2 The Woodvllle - Republleal, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner &amp; Editor 8ubscrtpt3on Rates: One year, 4.00; 6 raps., $2.25; 3 mos., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage Laid at Woodvllle, Miss. 39669. Sympathy is extended by friends to Mrs. Harry Ah and f, amily in the death of her me,her. Mrs. H. A. +Madden, at t&]ma, Georgia, on January 1st. Mrs. Ash and he+r dough,,ors, +Mrs. William B. Net,orville of Centr.eville and Miss Sarah Ash of Memphis. Tenn., at,tended the D._t rites held on Wednesd+y at Zebulan. Geor.gi,a. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Mitchel.tree a.re .Pleased that be is at home ag,aln after being hospitallzed in .Field Me mori,al. Mrs. Veerle Mae Smith re- The Woody;lie Republlcan, Woodviffe, Missss;pp; ThWoo dvilleRepublican-li-"_:-_-____ =-= =_ + '_----= ...... _ Published every Friday by Centreville News ) , 1, l+ . b , Miss Jessiea Bell h.as returned Cenfrevii[e Academy to her studies a LSD, Baton Rouge, after :spendi,ng the hall- ,day season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bell, and family. Other relatives vLAting in ,their h,e,me last weekend in- cl,uded thelr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett. and two children. Amy nd Thomas, of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. lobert Hold- craft of Pen.saeola. Fla., were recent visitors in Centreville in the homes of her grahdparen.ts and aunts. Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Wall and: Mrs. L. H. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Ben LaCo'Ur re- turned to their home in Boone- rills. Indiana, last week follow- :ing a Chris,tas hoSd,ay vls'it wl,th relatives in rHazlehu,rs,t and Centreville. BIRTHS Born to Mr. ,and, Mrs, Larry turned to her home in Baton Vine In a New John,sonville, Rouge the first of the week Tenn., hospital ou December 21, after a vls,lt with her mother, a son, Marcus Larry. a,ternal .Mrs. R. A. Allures, and faniily grandparents are ,Mr. and ,Mr.s. l Centrevtlle. Gordor Vines, .and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Benny Vine, all of C entreville. Friday, Jonuary 12, 1973 MRS. THOMAS DUCK HOSTESS FOR HM CLUB Mrs. Thomas Duck wa: h,0stess for ,the Holly Retreat Home- makers Club in their first meet- by Donald *E. Wildmon A VEY SPECIAL TREE Whatsoever Things Jericho, iJmle I ;k  tree which I ho a le road a: ago. ac t in ; fiche .u One .o  tree n who h city. a place There is. in modern ing of .the new year .at her res- a sycamore tree. Each tiJme I idenee Thursday afternoon with visit Jericho and see the tree NEWS ten members present. I remembcx an event Mr.s. Thomas Cobb. president, happened in another Jericho a .Last week there was a lull opened the .meeting wi,th the little farther down the in activity aftc:r ,,he holidays chrb eoile and presided at .the carly two thousand years ago. ,nded and report c,rds were business session which featured I There was a man. short given ou, but this week things the election of officer.s. Mrs. physica,1 stature, in vhat Jericho are beginning to happen again. Cobb and Mrs. Lucy McGraw by the name of Zacchaeus. One Je Rollins and Phillip Me- were el,coted president and vice- i day he climbed a sycamore cree Key, editors of Tiger '73 report president, and Mrs. Duck was to see a traveling Preacher who tha, t they go off the final copy elected to serve as seere'tary-I was to p,as,s through the city. or this year's annual on De- treas,ur.er. , He had tried t.o get cember 18, an entire month be- Leaflets +n "Keeping the Diet ahong the roa,dside but the fore it was due. Because of this Nutritional" were distributed. [crowd kept puxhing him ,back. they are hoping for an early and Mrs. Cobb read interesting iTo aolve the sitati, on he delivery. .excerpts from a booklet dating i climbed a sycamore ree. Susan Scott. secretary of the back to the early 1920s. ,Mrs. i This Zaeehaeus was a publi- Beta Club. announce.s ,that pens Helen Claxk dhplayefl craft can. Not a Republican, but a have been ordered f, or all he made fre,m discarded .tin cns. publican, A publican was the Armour Mira-Cure new members. Mrs. Clark also won the door. title gv,e tax-collectors in prize, a set of nov,lty pot ,hose days. Tax collectors Were BACON Mrs. Frances Miller has joined holders, hated men m Palestine, for the our faculty for the second se- During the social hour. Mrs. tax-collector was a person who mesCer, taking over Miss Jessica Duck served cake and coffee. ]worked with those who had ermany's ciass,es. We all wel- I captured arid were ruling the ]2 OZ. pkg. come Mrs. Miller but the just Span.is.h Club is particularly before the holidays bega,n. country. They were metn who happy .she is here becaus,e she Last week all four of our ,eams more often than not used d,is- 69 ]s s,uppor.ting their plans for a I (boys and girls vars,ity and boys honest methods to collect more and ,girls B teams) won ,their then they should. But tax-col- trip" ,o Mexico. reveals]games with Silliman .and Chain- lectors .were rich men. The school calendar :berlain Hunt. This week we play Why did Zacehaeus wish to that a Donkey Basketball Game Olser on Tuesday night and see the expc.ted visitor? What will be pIayed in ,the gy,m,nato- enter ,their round robin tourn,a- l:,rcmpted him. a ,man of his Fell Bureau INSURANCE COMPANIES "Owned By Those It Serves" * Fire-Ante-Life * Inland Marine * Farm & General Liability * Workman's Compensation RICIIA'RD FLACCOMIO Woodville, Miss. Rex 444 -- Ph. 88g-3661 or 4612 Centreville. Born to Mr. and Mrs. RobeJrt rium .on February 1. The pro- J. P'ayne, Jr., of Ce.ntrevllle in ce.eds from the ,game will go to Lane Memorial Hospital in the gymnatorium fund. Zachary, La., on January 6; a +on, Robert "Bobby," J., HI. Mternal grand,paren,ts are Mr. arid Mrs. Harris Jones of C en- ville, and Mrs. R, N,, Calender of Cen.trevtlle is great-grand- mother, laaternal grandparents are Mr. an,d Mrs. Robert J. Payne, Sr.+ of Nor,wood, La. Born to Mr. and htrs. A. L. The Arts and Crafts class made posters for .the Donkey game. At ttis time they .are .also working on designs using color harmonle.s in preparatiori for making ba.tlks. Seniors. are beginning o talk about prod.ucing a play this spring. Since we haven't had ,any class plays during our time in Rees+e in Field Memorial Com- CA, we're all hoping they will munity Hospital on December 29 do ,the pla. a s,n, Jason Ran. 4rs. Reese We were proud of our varsity is the former J, anlce Brown of i boys for ,winning Ll,ber.y's round robin basketball tournament men, to be played on FridaylF.osition, to climb a tree to se and Sturday, January 12 - 13. :a view of a traveling Preacher? Three of our e,achers will bei feel there we+re wo motives traveling to Jackson on Satur- be'hind his actions. ,day, January 13, to attend d,e- First o.f all, Zaechaeus was not par,mental meetings of he liked .by his fellow Jews. other Mississippi .Private School Edu-lpeopl e had nothing to do with cation Association. The teacher3 Zacchaeus. They excluded h,im making ,the trip are Mrs. Chap- from their ranks; .he was not man, Mrs. Cnerly and Mrs. one of them. He was scorned, Germ, any. despised and rejeeted by his The asbestos tile has arrived own people. for the ceiling of our lunchroom When Zacch,a,es ctecided o and will .soon be installed by go into the tax-,collecting busi- loyal parents .and patrons, hess, he knew this would be the Talk of the Science Fair in case. But he was prepared to the spring is already being faGs the eon.equences. The heard in both ,the elementary large amount of money he and b igh schools, would make would be w, ovth te , The P.E. elasxes this week have loss of h'iendship from others. begun taking ins,,rug,ion in giv- S Zcch.aeus was not liked by lng artif.cial respiration, his own people. On Thursday Dr. Dick Field. But I feel he other moti,e one of our trustees, will ,ake behind his cllmbirg ,ha, tree "some of our studen, s to visit was more important. Zacehaeus the hospital at Carv.ille, La. Everyone is glad he black- boards+h.e +had a resurf<acing ob. Now  we.., can wri.t,e on them. -- Ti,ger '73 Staff Ft. Polk. La. -- Army Private Charles E. Stewart, s,on o.f Mr. hd Mrs. To,bias .Stewart, Route 2, Woodvllle. recently completed eight ,eeks of basle rainin.g a the U. S. Army Training Cen- er. Infantry, Ft. Polk. I-e received i,nstruetion n drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat tactics', mill- INSURANCE WON'T I PROHIBIT TH'E LOSS BUT I IT WILL HELP TO PAY THE DAMAGES. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY l Main Sire.e, (loter, M4ss. had finally discovered that he didn't like himself. The more Zaceheus got ,of who, he liked, the le,ss he liked what h got. A mall can live even when no one else likes hi, but meaning goes out of life if a man dosn't like h, imself. Zacchaeus once thought that money was every- thin,=". But, like Midas in he story of old, he soor learned that the theory of riches bring- ing happiness was an l,llusion. When that Preacher passed by Zacchacus a wonderful thing happened. Zacchaeus found a friend in Hi,re. He found Some- one who lik,d him despite what he was and had been. And + it wasn't long until Zacchaeus be- g.an'to like himself again. One of hi.s first acts, was to give away great sums .of the money. he had coveed before he m.e that Man. What an this C:hrist do for us,? One ,hi,rig He car do is to set us on he road toward  liking ourselves again. You would be i surprised at the number of our pre,blemts whioh th, at simple act will help solve. To most folks a syc.more tree has no s9eci.l significance. But to Zacclaeus it was the mos, t lmportn.t tree in he w, orld. tory courtesy, mlkitary jus,tice, first aid, and army history and trad.i10ns. 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