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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;ss;ppf Friday, January 26; 1973 TheWoodvilleRepublican Publlshed every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39569 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor qubscription Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 mos., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. Centreville News Mr. and Mcs. C. W. Wright spent the weekend visiting in the home of tteir son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davidson and family in West Point. MOTHER'S MARCH SCHEDULED JAN. 29 Mrs. Kent Van Cleave, serving guest of Baton Rouge relatives over las,t weekend. as for the March of Dlfmes foe Centr,eville, an- nounces "the Mr,thor's March for the campaign is scheduled for the town on Monday, Janu- ary 29, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Van Cleave reminds those who wish to contribute to this worthy cause to please have your poreh light on d,uring the des- ignated hours. Centreville Academy NEWS Last week our basketball rec- ord was average--we won some Mrs. Hugh Rogers and family and we lost same. In Roxie on had as their guests last week Tuesday night our boys and her niece. Mrs. Kenny Massey, g!;rl. varsity and jumor high and Mr. Massey and their uncle girls teams won. but the junior and aunt Mr. and lVrs. Ken high boy lost. Davies, of Minneapolis, Minn. At Beeson Acadmy last Miss Mary B. Bowles was the Thursday night, tim boys team lost their game .and the girls Mrs. R. J. Knighton has re- turned ho,m8 from a three weeks' visit in the home of ,her son- in-law and daug.hter, Mr. ,and Mrs. Hugh Sharp, and family in Huntsville, Ala. M. I-Iarris Jones, Mrs. Ray Callender, Mrs. L. M. Parnell and Mrs. ,Robert Payne, Jr., and little son, Robby, attended a won theirs. We hope to gt re- venge on Tuesday night of this week when 'we will host Beeson. Last Saturday nbht we .hos,ted Franklin Christian Academy Again the boys and girls varsity and junior hig,h gltrls teams won. and the unior boy.s lost. , We will play a round robin ,tournament at Franklin Chris- tian ,Academy next weekend. Let's not forget the Donkey IIONOR ROLL LISTED FOR FINCH A.C. A total of 71 students made the Hnor Roll at Finch Attend- ance Center for he fLrs, t semes- ter. The following sudents had a grad.e average of B or above according to an announcement by Q. R. Dillon. principal. 1st Grade: David Burton, Bob- ber Collins. Jeffrey Gibson. Yvonne Packnett. Rhonda Park- er. Edward Russ. Coella Seiber. Perhellar Seiber. Debra Young. 3rd Grade: Dernell Anderson. Ken,ton Cobb, Debra Jackson, Debra Prker. Evelyn Berton. Karen M. Campbell. Gerald Daniels. Kathyleen Gaines. Deana A. Jackson, Darryl Jones. Emmit Jones. Troy Mars, Bar- bara Ray, Arthur Robinson, Be- linda Jackson. Joseph Jackson. Emera Hollins. Lee Marvin Pack- netL. 4th Grade: Fred Green, Jr.. Andrew Williams, Stephanie An- der.son. Carlo Brown, Ethelen Harris. Leona Jefferson, Betty Montgomery, Voyda Mac Patter- son. Those srving with her on the March at, e: Mrs. Venton Mc- Nabb, Jr., Mrs. Jim Martin, Mrs. Bill Martin, ,Mrs. Bill Ulmer, Mrs. Henry Willis Darden, Mrs. James McOreight, Mrs. Roy Ash, ;Mrs. Francis Mulkey, Mrs. Jack Causey, and Mrs. Ventress Knighton. Mrs. Donn'ie Nutt is serving as Wilkinson C, ounty chairman of the drive. PTC MEETING HELD The Parent Teaclers Club of Centreville Academy met in the school library last Thursday evening with Mr. Hollis Knight- on, president, presiding. stork shower honorirg Mrs. Dale Jones in the home of Mrs. Carla Jumonville in Baton Rouge Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. eorge Smith and children and his mother, Mrs. Quertin Smith, of Mobile. Ala., spent the weekend at their Cen, treville home. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anders and family of Zachary, La., vis- ited Sunday in the homes of heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry An,ders in Oloster and the James McCraines in Centre- vflle. Friends of Miss Tulli MeAl- lister regret thaLt she has been on the sick list. and best wishes go out for her early recovery. lr. and Mrs. Ray Reid were Ms. W. R. Conerly opened the .recen,t visitors in the home of meeting devotional. At the their son-in-law and daughter, business session plans were ap- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Denmark, proved for the purchase of play- and children in Baton Rouge. Basketball Game scheduled for Thursday, February 1. at 7:00 in the gym. A Browning auto- matic shc,tgun vill be given away that night. The Part, hi-Teachers Club met in the library last Thursday night They decided to buy some playground equipmen for the elementary school. (Mr. Horne reports today that the equip- ment has alceady been ordered and is on the way.) The speaker at the meeting was Mr. Walt Browne. assi.stant director of ,the Pike-Amite library system His subjec' was "The Importance of Libraries in Education." On Thursday morning at as- sembly the Roy. Kenneth Noyes Mr. and Mrs. BIll Martin of Centreville wher2 he is a cattle 5th Grade: Tracy Allen, Etta ouyer with Southern Livestock Exchange, ore s,hown aboard the Bataste. Carolyn Covington, luxurious Emerald Seas s ailin from downtown Miami o Nassau Gladys Montgomery, Jessie Boyd, The ben voyage ph0t9 was taken poolside prior to sailing. The Alent Cason, Anita Gilmore, weekend in Nassau offer, ed day and night tours, excellen,t swim- ruing at beautilul baches. INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT IN WEST MISS. SETS NEW RECORD IN 1972 Investment in new industrial facilities announced in t.he 45- county area of western Missis- sippi in which Mississippi Power & Light Com,pany operates passed the ,half-billion-dollar mark for the ficst time in ,his,tory during 1972, a year-end of .the You,th Gospel Crusade ,summary by 'the utility shows. spoke to hbh school students ,MP&L President Donald C. fir.t and to elemenCacy students Lutken terraced the past year later. He illustrated his message as "one of .the best in the 49- with chalk drawings, year history of MP&L. high- proxlmately $17.5 million for 1971: and wi,th $302,85.00 for the year befcce. The official s,aid the half-billion-plus figure i,n- eluded the announcement to build the $4O0-million-plus Grand Gulf Nuclear Sation near Port .Gibson Even without the Grand Gulf plant invest- mont. the total investmen in new facilities for the year more than doubles that for the previous year. he said. "Industrial development is a joint effart of all those inter- ested in seeing our state move ahead." Mr. Lutken said. "MP&L. which pioneered in Oscar Howard, Curtin Parker. Cheryl Robinson. era Seiber, Dora Seiber. Dexter Smith, Ger- aldine Smith. Olevia Stephens, Lueille Slack Cth Grade: Randy Anderson, Trudy Ashford. Lillie Jackson, Myrtle Mrs, Kenneth Posey, Henry L. Slack. Kelvin Cobb, Particia Holllns, Shelia Ander- son. Kathy Smith, Willie M. Taplin. con,tinued development in the state, particularly in the area served by MP&L. PERHAPS YOU CANNOT ENTIRELY PREVENT FIRES, gound equipment for the ele- mentary school. Guest speak for the meeting wvs Mr. Walt Browne, aaslstant director of the Pike-Amite li- brary system. Mr. Browne spoke on the impor.tanc, of libraries in education. Friends of :Mr. T. R. White are pleased to see him out again rafter ten,d.ays' hospitalization in Jefferson Davis Memorial in Natchez. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Levins of Ourdon, Ark., and Mrs. Billy Joe Toombs, Mrs. Suzan Hogan, and Chad Hogan, of Arkadelphia, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bearden We are sorry we are going *o ligh,ted by announcements of a and children Robby and Sonya, ,^= .........  - *^-,b-- number of n,ationally.ecognized of McCom,b wece recent VlSltOrs l ........... ' i mrs. Joe clarK. Tn e ,ularKs atre 'blue-chip' industries. ,, which m the home of Mr and Mrs  ",movin to Senatobia where Mr. located within our area. A1 Tolar. .......... I Clark will be manager of The The summary rev,ealed thalt Mr no Mrs d U 2eerwue ..... ]a total of 81 new and expanded ' .. I warer uompany pmn. spen several days ceeenly vis- ._~  ....  .... . 1 A meeti, vi .vau a.,.u industries were announced for xtlng with relatives, Mr and ' . " . ' I football ,players was ,held last ,the year. In three major eco- Mrs Curtis Netterwlle and ram . -]week to discuss spring training, nomm ca,tegories, 1972 outsCrip- ily and Mr. and Mrs. HFman 'Pierce and family, in Baton ttlley Rou,e. Mr, and Mrs. David and 3on, Bill, of Albany, La., visited relatives in Certreville recently. Mrs. Etta Faye Duck and Mrs. Willie Neyland attenced a meet- tng of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held in the home of Mrs. A. J. Clark on Tuesday afternoon, January 23. I ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP Day 442-7488 -- Phone - Night 442-8430 1 Wilson Road Natchez, Miss. CATTLE ROUGHAGE FEED $65.00 per ton RANGE MEAL SPECIAL $75.00 per ton ADAMS ALL GRAIN FEED $76.00 per ton (Best Feed Buy in the State) LIQUID FEED $76.00 per ton (Made by a special formula for this area) FEED TANKS: 1 Roller $25.00; 2 Roller $35.00 Famous UNICO GRIP SPUR TIRES 6:70-15 $24.19 7:00-15 $26.49 6:50-16 $25.19 7:50-16 $35.77 (All plus tax) 100 cc COMBIOTIC $2.25 Aluminum Siding and Roofing Selling At Cost ill/ I I I I I I I I1[ I J I I , * I " I GOING, GOING, GOING ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE Price and Less This Gigantic Sale is running through January 31st in order to make room for our lovely spring creations which are arriving daily. Dresses by Toni Todd, Paul Norton, Young Society in a good selection of half sizes. See our Sportswear by Graft and Aileen. Junior Sportswear by Vicky Vaughan and Young BeatAI! At VIRGINIA LYNN'S Parkmeadow Shopping Center, Centreville k II I IIII I organized industrial devel.op- ment work and maintains a fully-staffed and .trained area development dpartment, works with all local, area. and sta,te agencies and groups in seeking new economic progcess for Mis- sissippi. Local leadership in par,tiula.r played a leading role which will begin as soon as the pod 1971 by wid.e matrgins. For in securing these new and ex- basketball season ends. instance, the new and expanded panded industries, since hey The Spanish Club is selling industries announced for 1972 are largely respon.sible for stationecy to increase their "trip 'to Mexico" fund. -- Tiger '73 Saff. RITES IN CENTREVILLE FOR 4-YEAR-OLD BOY John Barney Myers, .four- year-old los,her son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mor,ris of Centre- ville, died at ,Field Memorial Hospital on Friday afternoon, January 19, at 1:30. Graveside services were held at Oaklawn Cemetery i,n Centrevtlle Satur- d'ay mecning with he Rev. O. B. Beverly officiating and with the Berrhill Funeral Home in charge. Anativ, e of Vicksburg, in ad- dition to his foster parents, he is survived by two sisters Mrs. Darrell Stevenson of Liberty and Miss Neda Morris of Cen- treville. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Neyland of Bton Rouge spent the week- end with her sister, Mrs. Hulette Ash, and family. Mrs. Ralph Gilbert of Jackson Mrs. O. E. ,Coney of Mag- nolia visited their mother, irs. Pearl Anderson. for the week- end. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Marsalls regret %hat he ha,.s been ill and hospitalized in he Field Memorial, and best wishe ,go out for he early recovery. W;ord has been received of She deth of Mrs. L. E. Welch, mother of Mrs. Audrey Hughes of CenCrevtlle and Mrs. Tony Ftaccomio of Woodville. Mrs. Welch, 88, died Tue'sday, Janu- ary 23, in Lane Memori,al Hos- pital in Zachary following a long illness Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this writing. ,Mrs. Jack Sojourner and little daughter, Melanie, of Kingstor visited Centrevllle relatives Sub- day. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lord Sunday were her granddaugh*ers and grand- son, Miss ,Betty ,Reed Dillon of Wlnnettka, II1., Misses Peggy ad Amy Dillon, students at Sophie lewcomb College, New Orleans, and Reed Wade. su- dent a,t LSU, Baton Rouge. will ,employ 6,q5 compared with 'being ready' for new industry, 4.354 for the year before: pay- once prosiels are brought into rolls for the new plants will the area." amount to approximately $35- The official said he is opti- million, compar,ed with ap- mis, tic about 1973 prospects for COLLEGE FOR WOMEN The first state college for women in the rtlon was estbli,shed at Columbus, Mis- sissippi, by n at of the Missis- sppi Legislature on Mavc 12, 1884. The ori,gda,1 rame of the beLle,go was t r Mimisstppi In-I - dustril YxtsCitute and College. I. BUT YOU CAN KEEP FROM SUFFERING A SERIOUS LOSS WITH COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloter, Miss t "0" It's the Town's Biggest Market Place-- Read and Use Want Ads for Quick Results! The Woodvilh Republican SPRITE or COKE 6V2 oz. bottles 5 Case of 24 $1.19 (Plus Deposit) Laura Lynn VANILLA WAFERS 1 lb. bags 4 for 99c Richtex Cooking 01L 48 oz. bottle 68c Blue Bonnet OLEO In Quarters 3 lbs. $1 Fancy JONATHAN APPLES each 5 Save 50c Mississippi FRYER THIGHS 5 lb. box $2.09 Parkmeadow Centreville