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) Page 2 TheWoo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $4.90; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 mos., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. LAMAR PERKINS RITES SUNDAY IN AMITE CO. Funeral services for Lamar Perkins, 65, were conducted from Ebenezc,r Baptist Church in Amite County on Sunday, Feb- ruary ll at 2 p.m. with the Roy. Ed Causey, pa'tor, officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. Mr. Perkins, a native of Nor- wood, La.. and a resident of +Menard. Texas, for the past 15 yars, died last Wednesday at the San Angelo, Texas, Clinic Hospital The Woodville Republican , WoodviUe, Misslsslppl Cenfreville News c i i o Mrs. Andeew Schrlmpf re- turned home Thursday from a visit of several weeks with her d,aughter,'Mr.. Robert Spill,man, and family in Zachmry, La. Centreville Academy NEWS In spite of the snow and ice Mr. and Mrs. James Brumley la.t week, we wer, able to piny and sons, Ron and Don, of Ba-loll of our basketball games. On ten Ruge spent Sunday visiting ]Tuesday night Adams Christiafl i,n the home of her parents, Mr. ]hosted us and on Friday and and Mrs. T. U. Thompson, and Saturday nights we hosted Ad- family, ares Christian and Silliman. I The girls varsity team and the I A group of ladies from Con- boys B team each won all th,ree treville Baptist Church attended ..f their games while the boys I the Prayer Rot,rear held Tues- varsity team won one game and day at Thompson's Baptist lost two. We think thi.,s is a Church in Amite County. Mrs. Harris Jones and Mr.s. good record. Matt Duck attended a bridal tea shower i2,1ven for Miss Linda Folder in the home of Mrs. Bill Mabry la:st Thurs.day evening. Mrs. Lewis Campbell and her daughter, Miss Virginia Camp- bell, returned last week from a visit with another daughter, Mrs. Ncrbert Johnson, and iVr. Johnson {n Columbus, Survivors include his. wife, Mr. and Mrs. Truett Tumey Mrs. Clara Hughes Perkins, s,pent Sunday visiting relatives Menard: a daughter, Mrs. W. T. in Jackson. Dotson of Victoria, Texans; three sons, Paul Perkins of Angola, La., C]ayton Pe.rktns, with the U. S. Army, and Albert Toler P6rkins ,of Huntington, Texas; four sis- ters, Mrs. Veima Whi.te .of Nor- wood. Mrs. Kate Pessara of Port Athur, Texas, Mrs. Beth Heard of Orange, Texas, and Mrs. Elvin Gelvin of Hagertown, Md.: two brothers, Howard Perkins of Nederland, Texas. and Emerson Perkins .of Nor- wood; and 10 grandchildren. Visiting in the h:cme of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. McGraw recently were Mrs. Jessie Cxum of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Emily Minor of Jackson, La. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask and .t'heir daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Randall and small son, Matt, drove to New Orleans Sunday for a visi.t with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 27rask. Jr., and infant daughter, Juliet. Mrs. Trask re- ma.ined to visit a few days with her new granddaud,hter and family. The Rev. and Mrs. Denser Napier .and family of Jackson ,were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Temple- ton. Friends of the Templetons are pleased that Mr. Templeton is out again af, ter hospitaliza- tion at Field Memorial. Mr. and Mrs. James McCraine were Sunday after.noon visitors .in the home of heir daughter, ,Mrs. R. M. Anders, and family in Zachary, La. Mrs. Harris Jones and daugh- ter, Mrs. Robert Payne, Jr., and little on, Robby, visited in the hoe Of _ir. ,at, rd Mrs. Dake Jones arid ihfan$ daughter, PTC MEETING SET A regular meeting of the Par- ent Teachers Club of Cenireville Academy will be held .on Thurs- day, February 22. at 7:30 p.m. in the Academy library. Hollis Knt,,ht+on, president, urges a full membership t- tendanee. SUB-DISTRICT MEETING FOR METHODIST WOMEN The Centrevllle Unied Meth- odist Women will hos the + ' t' BrO:91chaven Sub-District mee- ingJhe,re at the church on Wed- Monica. in t.a.on Rouge Wednes- nesday afternoon, February 2.1. day of last week. i iii la i iii i i iiii i i on Men's and Boy's Wear Squire Shop I I Famous Brand Names Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville, Miss. I I FASHION is First at VIRGINIA LYNN'S This week the District Tour- nament will be played at Adams Christian in Na.tchez. Our girls ,wilt play S'.mpson Academy on Monday night and our boys w.ili play Franklin Christian o'n Thursday. We are glad to welcome Miss Charlotte Cumbo o our faculty. She will take over Mrs. Betty Clark's second grade. Miss Cumbo graduated from Missis- sippi Southern in February of 1972 with a degree in elementary education. The Foxestry Club had to postpone its Arbor Day tree- planting ceremony last Friday because of the ice and sleet. The seniors have placed an order for Centreville Academy car tags which they will sell .to i:ncr,ease their raduation fund. - The Spanis.h Club announces that it is planning a Spring Festival on March 10 to help out with their proposed trip o Monterey, Mexico, in April. The 10th grade science cla..ss gave Mr. Hays a farewell party last iriday. He appreciated the b,autiful shirt and pen which the class presented to him at the party. The Seniors are looking for- ward to their next Monday's English class. At that time Mrs. S. E. Field is g,oing to show slides and discuses her recent trip to Switzerland. 'elating her program to vhe Seniors' study of Lord Byron's "Prisoner of Chillon." Toward the end .of the week the Arts and Craf.ts class will have ,an exhibit in the hallway. Copper tooling, batiks, and paintings will be displayed. Coach Hcrne has announced that the A Tigers will ,begin spring football training on Feb- ruary 19 and that the program will run for four week:s.--Tiger '73 Staff. MRS. D. N. REDHEAD HOSTS BOOK CLUB The home of Mrs. D. N. Red- head was the setting for ,the regular meetin,  the Centre- ville Book Club on Thursday afternoon, February 9. Mrs. W. K. Griffin, presid,en, ,presided over the business ses- sion. Mrs..Redhead was program ehairmar for the ,afternoon. Con.tin,uing with the club's sub- Ject for $he yeax, "Life and Lit- erature .in the South," she d,is- cussed the Wtilla+msburg An- tique Forum which she attended last year. "Art in ,the SouVh" was the Forum's subject. Lec- tures and discus:siGns concerned the years teem 17.{)0 to 1840 and included such subjeets as "Life and Leisure of the Old South," "Furniture f the Southern Piedmont," "Artists in ,he South," "Silversmiths and ,Silver in the South," and "Textiles in r .the Southern Home." Mrs. Redhead .said that seri- ous re..searc,h of Southern crafts- manship is jus,t beginning and that in all areas the South com- parmes well with other parts of the country. At the end of the program, Mrs. Redhead served a dessert course to membexs and guests. The Afternoon Ci,rcle of fle United Methodist Women met in the home of Mrs. Charles Camp- bell Tuesday afternoon for the continuation of helr study on nd,la presented ,by Mrst Kathryn Chapman. Parkmeadow Shopping Center CentreviJle, Miss. CATCIINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 Woodville, Miss P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352"8815 Jackso.n, Miss. iire- Automobile ' "Life - Bonds OUver W. Catehing, Jr'. JOHN ANDERSON IS ] I C. A. STAR STUDENT Grady A. Sargent. of Hat- tiesburg, chairman of the Mis- sissippi Economic Council's Student-Teacher A, cb ievemeni .Recognition P r o g r am. an- nounces th,at John D. Anderson, senior at Centreville Academy, Inc., in Centzevitle, has been selected as the .school's Star Studenl. The selection was based on the student's high sc, bolastic average for tle firs semester and high core on the American College Test. Mrs. Zelma R. Coneriy was desid)nated the Star Teacher. Each Star Student was asked to designate the qualified Mis- sis*ippi teacher, xegardless of grade taught, who, in the Star .Student's pinli0n, made the greate,st contribution to hi's or her scholastic achievement. Both the Star Student and Star Teacher will receive framed certificates from the MEC. the State Chamber of Commerce. These awards will be presented at a student assembly. John D. Anderson is .the son Of Mr. and Mrs. Glen AndersOn. Honors ,ecelved in sc,hool are Student Counoil "president, Be.to Club pxesident, Most Intelligent, Most Likely to Succeed, Out- standing Teenager of America. ,He is inberested in medicine .and plans to attend Mississippi College. He is a ember of ,the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Zelma 1, Conterly of Glozter is a social studies teac,her .at Centrevllle Academy. She received a B. A. deree from Blue Mountain College and also ,attended the University of Southern Mississippi. She has been teaching for 18 years. She was Star Teache+r in 1963, Teac,her ,of ,the Year in 1972 and 1973, anc president oft he Social Studies, Department in Mississippi Private School As- sociaion. She is :a member 'of the Bapti.st Ch.urch. Dr. Dewey Lame, Jr., of Pascagoula. is chairman of the MEC's Education Committee hlch sponsors the Sar Po- gram in the state. CHARLES H. HAYES FAMILY LETTERS To The Editor 22 January 1973 Go,eta, Italy Dear Mr. Lewis, I just wanted to send a note .long with my subscription pay- ent to tell you how much I :mjoy receiving The Woodville 2epublican each ,woek. I have been receiving a copy inch week for over two years, mmpl]ments 'of my+ folks in Wocdville, but I suppo:e they Friday, February 16, 1973 9 Would You Beheve...... Mr. Paul's Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Supplier, the Lewis Grocer Co., of Indianola, Miss., hauls trailer loads of fresh Mississippi Fryers to Florida and California Markets each week. These same ' trucks pick up Fruits and Vegetables purchased : T  decided hat since I'm hooked and selected now I should pay for my own ubscription. Hence. the reason ':or my payment being late. An overflight on my part I'm afraid. Seriously though, I do thor- oughly enjoy receiving the hometown paper each week. I've een living in Italy aow for two and one-half years and it is one of the few links I have with home, outside of. .an occasional letter from my family in Wood- ville or my wife's family in Lib- erty. It helps keep us up to date on local happenings and issues of in+terest and, I must confess, I often get downright homesick when reading about the supetrb hunting and fishing in, the cradle of Southern civilization. Wilkinson County. The bi:gges,t single advantage though is that we are able to keep up with the local poli, tical +sce.e andsince bot.h the wife ,and I vote in Wilkinson County this is indeed a big help. We try to :stay abreast of local .happenings be- cause it +has been and is our ,des'ir to return to the Wood- ville area in a few years and make it our .home When I e- tire from the military my two children will be .ages 14 and 12 and I ca, n truthfully say that after living in many parts of the United States during e past twelve years I can't ,think of any place I would rather raise my 'hildren t,han in Wil- kinson County, Missls,:ippi. Once ,again. thaak you and best wishes from sunny Italy. I read about the illness in your family during the holidays and I trust all are be.tter now. .Richard MeCarstle Chief Warrant Officer United States Navy February 10 Dear Editor: This i.s in reference to Mrs. Tomm'e Jo Netterville's le.tter of last week, asking the Board of Supervisors to dto something to help clean up the litter, garbage and debris on the eoflnty road in her neighbor- hood. tefore the Board does anything that way PLEA, SE look at our Turnbull road. It's much closer t:o town and ten .tmes as filthy. It would seem .that ga,rbage is thrown out. of front doors instead of back ones -- but it may be that everyone .on thi end of the county uses it for their garbage disposal. Is vhere a law against usind county roads for dumping? If there is and it isn't being enorced, can't the citizens de- mand enforcem,snt? If there is no law, can't the citizens de- mand passage of one? There is no.thing we can do for our county  not additions to court- I houses, teacher',s pay raises. food stamps -- IOTHIIG -- that will add more .to a good whole- some life than clean su,rround- ings. And surely Lit is un,just .for those of us who vork at having a clean community to be pen- alized by .those who are ,too slovenly and too trifling to dis- pose of their filth. The Board of Supervisors, and the Board of Aldermen, m us,t face a re- sponsibility here. I suggest that one ox more special officers ,be hired to ,make arrests and collect MOVE TO HUNTSVILLE fines for littering. I'm sure that Mr. and Mrs. Cha.res H. Hayes the fines will more than pay t.he and, their two daughtens, Laura salaries of these officers. Yours fGr a clean community, Mrs. Marshall Tre.ppencahl P.S. Are we going to have that .tacky trailer and tool shed on the c,urthouse square during the Pilgrimage? .and Diana, left the first of this week for Huntsville, Ala., where Mr..Hayes has accepted a posi- .tton in research with Rrown En.glneeri, ng. During .their two year resi- dency in Centrevflle, Mr. Hayes was a member of the faculty at Cen,treville Atzademy. Last Thursday evening he was hon- ored by the fifth period Biology class of the Academy wi,th a farewell prty hel in the li- brary at which lhe cla'ss pre- sented him a ,beautiful shirt and handsome pen. BIRTHS February 13, 1973 Dear Editor: Would the Town of Woodville lJlese pat +the traffic light back in:o operation at .he inLtersec - tion of Main Street and Depot Street? The cars .and trucks parked in front of ,the cotr, thouse and in fron.t of :the Meat Market ,obstruct the view of a, ny, on- coming traffic. I have had sev- eral near-coll, lsions trying to turn left or xight on.to Main from Depot, and I ,have seen' many .others with the same problem. Pea'se ask 0he ,town authoCi- le's to put the .traffic light back and make it safer for us at the Mr. and Mrs. orbert John.son of Starkville armounce the birth of their first child, a son, Cameron Campbell, ton Satu.rduy, Febeuary 3, in Lownes Hospital in Columbus, Maternal grand- parer.re are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Campbelll. Sr., of C,entreville, +an d pate:ial grandparents are Mr. ad M, rs. Clyde Wolverto intersection ................ of Jackson; Woodllle Ottle by Lewis buyers and return to q Indianola. In turn the perishable products are b rushed to Lewis retail member stores for sale to . its customers. We think our Fruffs and Vegetables +i are many hours fresher! I Calif. Sno-White CAULIFLOWER head 59c ii Flu Fighter Florida Juice ORANGES 3 doz. $1.00 I Florida Wax RUTABAGAS Ibl 12c U. S. No. 1 White ONIONS lb. 14c Fla. Fresh Tender ASPARAGUS lb. 99c Calif. Strawberry RHUBARB California Fresh CARROTS 2 lb. bag 29c Delicious APPLE CIDER gal. 89c Fla. Fancy Red CABBAGE lb. 15c Calif. D'Anjou PEARS +lb. 33c II I I! Mexican Yellow Meat CANTALOUPES each 59c It's New... SASSAFRAS Ib: 49c III I III Fla. Red Ripe WATERMELONS each $1.99 12 oz. pkg. 39 I II Wild BIRD SEED 2 lb. bag 49c Parktnea0W Shoppih9 Center  Ce