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Page 2- Th00Woo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Rubscription Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 raps., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. MRS. BEATRICE LOVE DOMINICK DIES SUNDAY The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi p =--=-=----=-= .... =-:--=---==-----'- - " _ _Centreville Academv l Centrevi!le News NEWS" Basketball-wise last week was .......................... cur best yet. On Tuesday night when Woodville hosted us in Mr. Start Sims of New Provi-]MRS. S. E. FIELD HOSTS deuce. New Jersey, was a week- end gue.t of his mother, Mrs. I CFNTREvTLLE BOOK CLUB Vernon Sims.  On Thursday afternoon, Jan- Mrs. J. J. Warren ,had as last uary 25, the Cencreville Book week's house guest her d.augh-!Club met in ,the home of Mr.s ter, Mrs. Jarrett Hudnall of S E. Field, hosless for the af- Ruston. La. and on Wednesday lternoon. Mrs. W. K. Griffin, Jr., they visited in the home of Mr.s. praid(mt, presided cver the Charles Williamson and Mr. and business meeting. our gym. our boys and girls' varsity and junior tea'ms all won. On Friday night at Chamberlain Hunt. we won only three games, but that too was a perfect record since onl,y two varsity ,aams and the boys B team played We hope our fans will come out and support our teams as Mrs. Gra2y Wells in Franklin. Continuing with the club's we txy to match last week's ree- La. study cf "Life and Literature ord in our games with Adams Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burns of in the South." Mrs. J. Y. Chap- County on Tuesday and Friday Hattiesburg were recent visitors man, program chairman for the of this week and with Sillima,n Funeral 5ervlces for Mrs. in the h..cme of her parents. Mr. meeting, cewewed Turner Cat- on Saturday Beatrice Lev,e Dominick, 76, and Mrs. Noel Jones. ledge's recently published book. The Donkey Basketball Game were conducted from Ebenezer Friends of Mrs. Mary McCoy "My Life and Times." also was a succ,ess. The Outlaws Baptist Church on Tuesday, regret that she is ill and h,os- Mrs. Chapman described the beat the Inlaws 12-4. According February 6. at 19 a.m with the pitalizefl in Field Memorial. book a..s an absorbing saga of a to t]e records of the .awners of Rev. Ed Causey officiating as- Best wishes go out for er early man who rose from a thread.- the animals thi.s was the high- s.t.d by 'the Rev. Alvin Hall. recovery, bare Mississippi boyhood to be- est number of points any team Inierment was in, Ebenezer Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. come a tcwerin:g figure in Amer- I has ever scored in a Donkey Cemetery under .direction of McElwee regret that he is fll can journalism as chief news game. ,Mr. Joe Jordan, r, efarec Newman Funeral Home. and hospi'talized in the Field executive of The New York from Summit, won the shotgun Mrs. Dominick. a ,native Cepiah County and a residen't of A mite County, died Sunday at 1 p.m. in the McComb Ex- tended Care Facility in McC,om,b. She was a member of Ebenezer :Baptist Ohurch. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Hattie Hodes, Wil:son, La., of Memorial. Out-of-town celatives Times, which is t, he "Times" so- visiting in their home over the ferred to in the title of the book. weekend included Mr. James Turner Catledge was born in I)unaway of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. 1981. grew up in Neshoba Court- and Mrs. Willie J. Reeves of ty, attended the Philadelphia Brookhaven and Mr. and Mrs. 'public schools, and graduated Sam Clark of Baton Rouge. from Mississippi A.&M. College, MT. Pete Kemp of New Orlean.s Clayton Rand, .publis.her of the spent Tuesday with his parents, little Nesh.cba County paper ,at Mrs. Doris Case, McComb, and Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kemp, and that .time, offered him a job Mrs. Evelyn Boeock, Decatur. family, that star,ted him on his careex Mrs. Pearl Aenderson and her as a newspaperman. When Her- Ill.; two sons, Harry Domintck, Liberty, .and .Robert Dominick, daughter. Mrs..Ralph Gilbert. bert Hoover came South in 1927 Oloster; three sisters, Mrs. Lois spent Saturday afternoon in]tO supervise relief programs 7or Dominlck, Glqcste.r, Mrs. Lucy Magnolia visiting in the home flood victims. Mr. Catledge was Bergeron, Ponchatoula, La., and of another daughter, Mrs. O. E. assigned to work with him. As a ,result of Mr. Catledge's con- Mrs. Jessie Mae Kickland. Lib- tribution to the relief effor erty; one brother, Hardy Love, Mr. Hoover wrote a letter to the Liberty; 12 grandchildren and 15 gvs at-grandchild,ren. that was given away the sa,me night Last week representatives from both Mississippi College and Southwest Junior C:ollege met with our Seniors and talked to them about t,heir college plans. Coach Hou-ley is pl/nning to. have some of his P,E students .demonstrate artificial respica- tion procedur, es in assembly this week. Mrs. Smith is planning to keep the library open s.o that students will have more time to J. F. Barbour. III tate di- rector of Farmers Home Admin- istration. Jackson, and John R. Eounds. county supervisor. Wil- kinson County, are shown dis- cussing the Farmers Home Ad- m:mistration program in Wilkin-. son County at a district meet- in-. in Br.:ukhaven on Febru- ary 1 Mr. Barbour is enthusiastic about the Far*mers Home Ad- ministration program in Missis- LETTERS To The Editor ,Febxuary 1. 1973 A letter to the editor seems to be the only way to bring a naus:eou:s situation to public attcnion. ! I live in a wonderful commu- nity. I'm proud of our well-kept [homes. cur good road. most of all our good people. Yesterday I nearly had a fit when I drove down the road and saw the county dumping wrecked cars off on the side of our road. They were evidently placed there to stop the road from washing. They a.re hideous looking. I'm Friday, February 9, 1973 CATCFflNGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 WoodVille, Miss P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-88i5 Jackson, Miss. Fire - Automobile Li.fe - Bonds Oliver W. Catehings, Jr. I ldl III II I SALE agpealing to our board of su- pervisors to please do somet:hing Washington Extra Fancy else to s'top his washing It makes the Wilkinson c.ommunity look like the coun,ty dump! While I'm outraged please let me say somethi,ng about the l'.tter. When you Lu,rn off of Highway 61 coming down our county road there are beer cans lottles, paper, junk of every sippi, ate'tint t.ho.t "It fills a description thrown on the road- void not provided for by regular side. I don't know what kind of lending institutions and brings people t,hrow littler f, rom cars. hope to many low anti moderate I but I imagine it's 'the same income rural families." people .who throw their garbage Farmers Home program is cut their back door. Cant same making progres. in the Wilkin- of this be picked up? I wish our s:n County office, one of the laws were more st,rictly enforced newer offices in Mississippi, in Ion people who litter. helping to develop rural /merica I I love Wilkinson County and ttrough the use of supervised[i want to preserve our beauti- credit. In fiscal year 1972, the lful homes, buildings, and espe- Wilkinson County office made cially our courthouse. But I love loans totaling $621.910. enabling Wilki.n*son community and want 1 families to own new homes to keep it clean and pleasing and providing farm-type credit to the eye. I can't do i't by research their term papers. Mrs. to 17 farmers. In the first half myself. Coney, and family. They went Smith goes every Monday after- of fi.eal year 1973. loans fox,i Wilkinson County board of especially to visit with Mrs. i noon to McComb where she is rural husing, farm and asso- ,:upervisors won't you please Anderson's granddaughter, Mrs. I help us do this? Tom Morris, and her two ehil- publi.sher of The New York enrolled in a Library Science ciation loans totaled $4.9.310. Times suggesting that he hire course thro ugh Mississippi the young reporter, lVr. Hoover's Southern. Since 'she is learning letter proved to be the turning more about research techniques in .her course, we are able to learn more about them too as she helps us locate the material we .eed. The Seniors ,have announced tha,t they will sponsor a school- wide sunt night on March 2 to raise money 'to buy: equipment fox ,the stage in our g:mna- torture. Each class will put on a stunt. We regret that we have lost another of our good teacher-- Mr. Charles Hayes, who has ac- cepted a position with a firm in Huntsville, Alabama. Several applicants are being considered to finish out the term i,n Mr. Hayes' ,science classes. All of us wish the best fox Mr. Hayes in his new job. -- Tiger '73 Staff In addition to better housing, the county also profits from] business generated tram these loans, most of which is 'spent within the county for building materials, labor and. farm sup- plic.L Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge came Friday to spend the wcekend with her sisier Mr. Emma Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phipps of Centreville visited .he,no Wednes- day w;ith her brother and sister- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Cavin. and her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavi'n. Mr. Douglas Day and family of Natchez visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt,zr Day, Sun- flay. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin .'spent Thursday night in Baton Rouge with Mr. ,and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Decker Thank you, Mrs. Tcmmie Jo Netterville Forestry Notes by Tracy Smith, County Forester Wilkinson Countians are en- couraged to direct their houg,bts on Friday, February 9. towarfl the importance of trees and the many contributions they make t) our daily lives, as t le 101st observance of Arbor Day will .be .celebrated in Mississippi that day. Trees a,e essential t,o the eco- nomic prosperity, enviromnental well - being and recreational needs of all Missis.sippians, par- ticularly Wilkinson Countian's. Our forests are one of our few ':,enewable natural resources; thus it .is altogether fitting that we should set aside one spec'ial day 't,o appropriately recogn,ize and spotlight their value to us. Trees provide mch of the vital oxygen we breathe, as well of Port Jervis N. Y.. are hexc as form the very backbone of on vacation [,r a week or two the state and local economies. remodeling their home in Glos- TRey are a haven for wildlife; ter. They hope to move down they pratect the soil and pre- here in late spring. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold and Mrs. Walter Cavin visited their brother-in-law and sitter. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Decker, in the home of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Keller Greer Sunday evening. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin were Mr. and vent ero*.ion; they store rainfall ts replenish our underground water supply; they help keep our streams clear; and ,they filter and cool the air. to men- tion only a few important con- tribu,tions trees make to our daily lives. dren, John and Cortney, of Memphis, who were weekend houseguests ;of her paents, the O. E. Coneys. point in Turner Catledge's ca- Mr. Roy Horne, who has been reer. employed with Farmers Ex- Mrs. Chapman said Mr. Cat- change Bank in Centreville, has ledge is a born staryteller, and received a promotion and is his b,ok is full of entertaining now with Deposit Guaranty anecdotes about leadin ha- National :Bank in Jackson. He tional figures 'he knew. After is the son of Mr. and M]rs. retiring in 1970, Mr. Catledge Hillery Horne. still has the true newspaper- Mr. and Mrs. Nix Miler of man's de.ire to see and to tell. Haleyville, Ala., spent the past and since he also found himself weekend with her parents, Mr. with some unaccustomed leisure land Mrs. Thomas Graham. This to 'think .and o write, this ln- I week the Grha,ms ard enjoying triguing book ,resulted. About l a visit from ano,ther daughter, the book Joseph Pulitzer. Jr.. I Mrs, Max Sand.,e,:s, and son. wr.cte: "If a great newspaper is Lance, also from Haleyville. a mirror of its age, the man who edits it has a significant II I II i ill story to tell. Turner Ca'tledge i a keen obserwr of men and events, and his memoirs are compelling." Mrs. Field served a dessert course to members and guests following the program. on Men's and Boy's Wear Squire Shop MRS. ANNIE SIMS IS HOSTESS TO MORNING CIRCLE OF UMW Mrs. Annie Sims was hostess for he February meeting of te Morning :Circle of United Methodist Women held at Iotel Wilkinso. on Tuesday with 13 atten, ding. Mrs. Namqie Ash. president, called the meeting to order ,at 9:30 and presided .at the busi- ness session. 'Mrs. Julia Wright, program chai.rman for the meeting, pro- G,flssts in the Louis Arnold home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge and Mr. William Pexry. MRS. COBB HOSTESS TO HOMEMAKERS CLUB The February meeting of the Homemakers Club ws held at the hame of Mrs. T. J. Cobb on Thursday afternoon with eig.ht members present. Mrs. Cobb, president, opened the meeting wit.h the club col- lect and presided at the business meeting. [ With half its total lwnd I ov,?.r area forested. Mississippi is in- [ deed wealthy In forest resources. However. this wealth stands to be greatly expanded in that .evexal million additional acres are still in need of planting. Many of these unproductive hostess served cake with coffee We send get-well wis,hes to all adres are located in Wilkin,son and tea. the sick around us and to Mr.s. County. Mattie Whitehead  Natchez.[ Arbor Day would be a,n excel- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pittman We tope she is better now. [lent time for local landowners and little daughter, Patrice, of We extend our sympathy to] to size up the reforestation New Olea, ns spent last weekend the family in the death of their needs ,on heir property and to ,with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. mot,her, Mrs. Maud Mrris. implement a farming program. C. E. Blalock, and oth''r Centre- .,,, ville relatives. sented A Call to Pra:er, on- ' " " n The clubs topic for dmcussio .............. ...... Mrs. Jerry Cavin of Natchez t,lle{:l our llie TOgemer: t was house plants and roe [Pilgrimage" She was assisted by and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford shrubs. Mrs. Helen Clark com- Mrs. Mildr dMcCur' y, Mrs. Ola pleted the program with a dem-Pa,rkhurst, eand Mrs le cf Woodville. Annie Mac onstration on testing flower 00,ndJ W,,-. ...... .he ro-rams. was close , garden :seed before planting.. ,, ...... Mrs Lucy McGraw von he door During the social ,hour the FASHION Famous Brand Names Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville, Miss. I I I I I I I prize. During the social hour, the hostess served cookies, punch and coffee. Also attending the me,eting were Mrs. Ruby McGraw, Mrs. Ann4e McGraw. Mrs. Velma VChite, Mrs. Hugh Rogeers, and Mrs. Rosa Duck. To Our Concerned Friends. and Valued Customers of CUMBO'S FRAME SHOP First at VIRGINIA LYNN'S ' Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centrevflle, Miss. / A GIFT FROM BUTTS & YOSTE will be cherished through the years t @ Diamonds 4" Silver 4- China tl' Crystal Watches ,Although deeply grieved by the sudden death of our beloved husband and business partner, Charles Cumbo, we nevertheless expect to carry on the business as he would have wished. Due to Mr. Cumbo's inventive skill and he latest equipment we use, our frame shop is as fine as any in the United States. Therefore, we expect to go forward ,and anticipate the sae pleasant relationship with our valued clientele. We are grateful for your concern and humbled by the many offers of assistance. With God's help and your cooperation we expect to give you many more years of service. ,J Sincerely, -, Mrs. Charles Cumbo GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPL[S Large Size 4 lb. $1 CUMBO'S FRAMESHOP Woodville, Miss. BUTTS & YOSTE Jewelers .ola H6t61 Corn -- ]Fli6ne 445-4063 -- Natchez, MIss. Fresh Green CABBAGE lb. 8c U. S. No. 1 RUBY RED Grapefruit each 10c Florida Fresh Green Beans lb. 29c Fresh Green ONIONS bunch 10c Fresh Frozen CHICKEN THIGHS 5 lb. box $2.09 Lean and Meaty Neck Bones lb. 29c Parkmeadow Centreville