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! Page 2 TheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republlca'n, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslss;ppl . - Rosetta News LETTERS L T Centre vllle News o,,o, Shower Honors To The Editoi' Mrs. Herbert Felter [Dear Editor: ........................ -- ............. A cradle shower ,honored Mrs. Freedom Of SzpeetheItIsitiWcE Miss' Irma Butler spent Tues- [CENTP, EVILLE ACADEMY Herbert Felter la:-t Saturday derful .... Con.'uc ' . ay visiting in the home of her I afternoon at the home cf Miss Eometimes Is Difficult To Ac- brother and'sister-in-law, Mr.j "ONOI ROLL LISTED Thelma Ashley with Mrs. Tom cept.. Cnr::d:a and Mrs. Pollard Butler, in I Principal Hillery Horne this Ashley, Mrs. Grady MeCurley, ..Woodvi!!e 'ladi' f / Clinton, La. ]week a.nnuneed the names of Mis Sue .Pritchard and Miss uens z me  , o Mrs. R. J. Field was a week-/students a Ccntreville Academy Beverly Lofton as hostesses, up 'to be counted. In the $755.0,0 end guest in the home of her'who made the Honor Roll for The home was festively deco- ister. Mrs. E. F. McKee, .and the four,th six-weeks period of rated for the occasion, with cut family in Baton Rouge. the current school e,rm. They flowers gracmg the living room. Mr. ,and M, rs. Claud Park- include the following: I In the dining room the table was covered with a linen cl.,th burst and her sister, Mrs. Nan- Flrst Grade: A - Diane Hayes; and was centered with a hand- nie Ash. motored 1;o Gree:nville Sunday for a visit with thelr rother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Coalfield. Mrs. Maxme Welch of Pan- am,a City, Fla.. and Miss Myrtle Reese of Baton Rouge were wekend vi, sitors in the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. O. J. geese, and family. B Patricia Becknell, Mack Brown. Jay Clark. Wendy Clark, Darrin James, Ru,ty Lipscomb, Billy Martin. Brenda Kay Mc- Graw. Second Grade: B - Scott Con- erly, David Corban, Lisa Dalton. Ricky ,Husley, Gayle Johnston, Fhillip McKey, Lori Netterville, Kevin Seal, John Templeton, Ronnie. and Mr. and Mrs. Redd Pleasant, all of J,ackson. were Sunday guests i,n the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Fl,cyd Caulfiel'd and with other Centreville ela- tires. Relatives vt.siting n the home of Mrs. Mildred McCurley re- cently were Mr..and Mrs. W. L C, aston of Independence, Kansas, and the ,Rev. ncl M, rs. T. L. MeCurley of Jackson. Visiting in the home of Mr. ahd Mns. A1 Tolar last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lawrence of Lake Charles, La., and Mrs. Dickie Lawrence of New Orleans. On Sunday, the latter's mother. Mrs. Eunice Murray, and her son Friday, February 23, 1973 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 raGS., $2.25; 3 mos., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at oodville, Miss. 39669, CENTB,EVILLE PLANS A COMBO BAND A group of adults of this area ls ,attempting to organize a Cmbo band. and adul who are interested in playing brass, woodwind, string or precusion instrument are invited to con- tact one of the fllowing: Mrs. Jeanette Ferguson, 225 - 4744, Gloster; Mrs. Linda Reed, 645- 5553. Centreville; or Mrs. Ma,ry Cleland, 645-,560,3, Centreville. REVIVAL SERVICES BEGIN FEB. 25 AT SHILOH CHURCH There will ,be special revival services at Sh, iloh Full Gospel Church in Centreville from Feb- ruary 25 tlrough March 2. The services will begin each night a ,7: 30. Dr. J,im Clrk of Baton Rouge will be the speaker. Dr. Clark is a teacher of both Greek and Hebrew and has traveled around the world teaching, church offi- cials announced. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. White mo- tored to Lafayette. La, Sunday for a visit in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr.s.G.H. Briley, and with her brother ,and sister-in-law, Mr. nd Mrs. L. & Dodd, of Vlvian, La., who were visiting ln the Briley home for the day. Mrs. Pearl Anderson is spend- ing ,this .week in Magnolia wi,th her d, aughter, Mr.s. Oscar E. Coney, and r. Coney. SALE! some basket of early blossoms. A punch bowl was placed at one end of he table and party squa,res at: the other. The honoree was attired in a soft pink muir and was presen,ted a white carnation corsage by her hostesses. Among the forty guests who attended ,were the hon,oree's mother, Mrs. Gurvis Ashley, her spring that finds itself da,ily draped over the porch railing will find Nature's Best DRIED GREEN PEAS, 15 oz. a new home in a broom and Nature,s Best LIMA BEANS, 15 oz. mop closet. ,00o00ou, cour0000ou0000' Buys at MR PAUL'S would hpe that monies are ap- propriated to place the stately proud clocks in working order Old Glory will fly from a tan pole and the tilred mop NORTHERN NAPKINS, pkg. of 60 Mrs. Bernice Freeman of Clin- Carla. ton, La., vivlted in the home of Third G.rade: A - Kris Clark, grandmother, Mrs. George Greer, her sister, Mrs. Audrey HugheL Rus:sell Conerly, Wayne Housley, and her ,mother-ln.-law, Mrs. and Mr. Hughes Sunday. Margaret O Quin," Christi Ryals, Herbert Felter Sr. Out-of-town Mr. Lynn Caulfield and son, Lisa. Templeton; B- Julie Bellue, .guests included Mrs."Oack Hav- Jonathan Campbell. Georgi ard of Norwood, La., Mrs. Alvin Cavin. Vicki Hughes, Ken Jelks. Olennis of Jack, son. La'.. Mrs. Duane Martin. JoAnn Morris, Clifton VanCleave, Leigh Wheel- er, Anita Wright. Fourth Grade: A -Reva Me- Guire; B Mikl Adam. Karl Ash. Nona Hughes, Seottie James. Joe Ltpscomb, Mar, ty Longmire. Sarah Mills, Madison Mulk.ey, David Owens. Jeannie Peele Billy Rogers, Connie Walker. Fifth G,rade: B - Ben Caul- field. Julie Clark. Herchiel De Valcourt. Dawn Jelks, Kim Jelks. Michelle Phillips, Mark Propst, Kim Smiley, Kim Whittington. Sixth Grade: A - Lori Anders; .and daughter, Johnny and B - Paula Barnes, Billy Blalock, Or., Su,nday. Melody, .of New Orleans were Pat'ick Campbell. Wallace Con- We ,are happy to report hat Open Letter to License guest,s in the Tolar home hay- erly, Cathy Etheridge, Darryl Mr. Jesse :Perry ,is eonvale'scing No. 79C 1835: mg come up to accompany Mrs. Gallent, lIolli Knighton, Larry at home now and wish him a La, wrence back to New Orleans. IMills , Roy Perkins, Karen Peele, rapid recovery. Visiting in the home of Mr. [ Mollie Rollins, Edmond Seal, Mrs. Bernice 3oseph has re- and Mrs. P. A. Hills from Friday Ga,il Simpso,n, David Vine, An- ,through Monday were several of ela Wheeler, Laurie Wright, her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Mike McDaniels. Floyd Rowe, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Seventh Grade: A- Timmy and Mrs. Joyce Reeves, all of McKey; B - Leisa Koch, Nancy Memphis, Tenn. Smith. Eighth "Grade: B - Ellen Caul- field, Don Easterling, Johnnie Lynn James, Myrn.a Reynolds. Ninth Grade: B - L i n d a FASHION Hughes, Benny Poole. Tenth Grade: A-Susan Rob- ertso,n: B Anne Campbell, Debbie Housely, Speedy Hughes, James Jelks, Christy Jenkins, is Ventres's Knighton, S he r r y First at Congratulations to ou,r Jay- cees and Jaycettes for their f i n e community accomplish- ments. M,re of those aggressive young people, both men and women, 'should run for elective office. Centrevllle .... What a shame to pass he unkept grounds of Nature's Best PINTO BEANS, 15 oz. Nature's Best WHITE 'BEANS, 15 oz. Bonus DOG FOOD, 16 oz. Waldorf BATHROOM TISSUE, roll Donald Duck ORANGE JUICE, 6 oz. Dnald Duck GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 6 oz. VIRGINIA LYNN'S ! Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville, Miss. the swimming pool with its sign Borden's WHIPPED POTATOES, 2 oz. reading .about the pluses of Centreville then drive down the Stokely TOMATO SAUCE, 8 oz. I main :treet dodging the chuck {holes. passing a grave yard of Carnation OT Choc, Mix, 2 pkg. Clarence Netterville of Centre-/jun k cars i,n the heart of t,awn, M. B, MUFFIN MIX, 71/4 oz, ville, .and Mrs. John" P. Floyd to visit the handsome library err and Mrs. Earl A,shley'0f Ol,oster. o visit 'the beautiful Field Me- Bal[ard BISCUITS, 8 oz. -- morial Heispital, Clinic and the Kleenex FACIAL TISSUE, .pkg, of 70 Mr. and Mrs. Griff[,n Sturdi- new rest home. rant of Liberty visited his par- I Gloster .... We like to think/of Palmolive SOAP, reg. size bar ents,|Mr.:and Mrs,.Wommie G. as ,a clean model commun,ity on Quick-Maid FROZEN WAFFLES, 5 oz. pkg. turdivant, Sunday, [the move. Proud of its past .... Mr. John Wesley Mc,Curley of ye with eyes open to present Hi-Val OLEO PATTIES, 8 oz. Baker, La, visited his m:othex, and fu, ture ,opportunities for Mrs. Bernice Joseph, Saturday. new business, indu,:try and pop- Mr. Darwin Klar of Baton ulation growth. Civic organiza- Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Tom- tions and city government werk- mie J. Klar and children of ing hand in hand to achieve a common goal. Brookhaven visited heir pa,r- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Harriet Frankenberger turned home after' visiting for several weeks in Tyler. Texas, with her sister, Mrs. ella Stock- still. Mr. Iveron Murray of Paso- Dear Sir - Were you looking around to 'see if anyone noticed when you tore up those pink and white letters in,to tiny pieces before you threw vhem into the stree,t in front of the post office or were :ou looking for a trash can? dens. Texas, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. R. V. Forman. The next gust of wind blew Mrs. H. E. Smith visited her them all over the street and I son and d,a'ugher-in-law, Mr..vcas aghast at 'the result---just and Mrs..Tdmmie mith, im ,as I was when the woman ahead Zachary, J.',' Saturday. of me on Church Street (must Mrs. Mike McGraw and her. we call her a lady?) opened her daughter, Lauxa, visited her cvr door and threw out a big mother, Mrs. Tommie S,turdi-'white bag full of trash eight rant, who ,is in bed'with flu. I in. front of Myrtle Stockett's Mr. and ,Mrs. Clyde Priest ad I Ioely home. N Mann, Pattie O'Dell, Cathy Rish, J:oanne Stone. Eleventh Grade: B Mry Jean Griffin,', .Stoney Loftin, Emily Rollins, David McKey. Twelfth Grade: A - Cheryl Shrimpf; B - Phillip McKey, De'bbie O'Dell, Barbara Simp- son, Kathy Gallent, Debbie Peele. John Anderson. University, Miss -- Thomas E. Graham, Jr., son of Mr. amd Mrs. T. E. Graham of Centre- ville, was recently initiated by child,ren of St. Francisvflle vis- ited her ,mother and sister, Ms. Louise Day and Mrs. Charlie Brabham, and Mr. Brabh,am Sunday. The 'Roy. and Mrs. Frrell Abel, a form,or pa's,tor, visited Mrs. Bob Keller and ,Mr. R. V. Forman Wednesday. Mr. T. A. Williams of Church Hill visited .his sister, Mrs. Jes- sie Mac Speights, Tuesday. Mrs. Athlie William a,nd Mrs. having cans for litter. Maybe a Kaye Denham of Gonzales, La., good slogan would ,be "Can it!" ahd rs. Re,bert Ambreau and I But really, .are these people all 'to .blame? Where vo.uld they 'have found a con,tainer? Follow- ing both homecoming parades I noticed bottles, nea,tly placed around posts or trash piled in heap in my gutter. We could help educate the slovenly by placing a can on each corner and by giving litter bags .to all buyers. If,it's educa- .tion we .all need lets begin by win can for lltter. M.aytie a iod r ogar would ,be "Can:t! ___ Betty Cumb Ind: '. Mr. and Mrs. Wood,row Day the ,A,lpha Tau Omega fraternity" son, Chad,, and Mns. Bobby L. a,t the University of Mississippi. Williams and daughter, Lori, of Sunday. He is presently enxolled as a St. Amant,,La., visited Mr. D. N. Junior majoring in Banking and Williams, .Mrs. E. L Frman'[honored her mother, Mrs. Emma Fin,ance. Mrs. Frankie Breedlove and Mrs. Murray, and Mrs. Bob Keller Jessie Mac Speig.h,ts the past with a birthday .dinner at .the Mrs. Martha Ann Shelton of Ntchez 'spent the weekend with Centrevllle rein,hives. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nettles and children, Lynn and Brent, of Vicksburg and Mrs. David Stilley and son, Bill, of Independence, La., were called here last week due o the tllnes,s of their weekend. Mr. and Mrs. MickPerry and Day .home Sunday. daughters wlslted her p.arnts, Mr. and Mrs: Barney Metcalfe, Mrs. Gurvis Ashley wishes o in Centrevllle Friday. thank the many friends who Mrs. E. J. Welsh. of Baton were so kind during her recent Rouge visited her mother, Mrs. hospitalization at Field's. Spe- Bob Kelle, clal thanks for the flowers, Table Double Knits Table" Suitings, checks & plaids Some, Prints (Perm. Press) Polly Denim Table Crepe Stitch Double Knit $1.98 yard $1.49 year 49c yard $1.49 yard $3.98 yard We still have a few Quilted Materials that will be Reduced. Discontinued Zippers at 10c'each A box of Buttons at 10c each Mercerized Thread at 10c each We carry Simplicity Patterns and a :Complete Line of Accessories. Sale Ends Sat., March 3 at 5:30 p.m. DUCK'S FABRIC SHOPPE Joseph St. a.t the Water Tank Box 9505, Centreviile, Miss. 39631 mother, Mrs. J. D. Nettles, who Messrs. 'homas ,,@.d Nolan cards and calls to fie, nurses is hospitalized in Field Memo- Rabb of W aterprooL:.La., visited and doctons at '.the hospital, and rial. Best wishes, go out for her their sis'ter Mrs. Bernice Joseph,' to Bro. Bernard Waites for his Begins Sat., Feb. 24, 9 a.m. early recovery, and Mr. and. Mrs..H:E. Smith v,lst's, Airman Kenneth Barrow of ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,, , , Keesler Ai.r lorce Base, Blloxi. spent the,t of vhe week with his grandparents, My. and Mrs. T. R. White. Mrs. Marl Morris of SlaughC, er, La., a's a guest Sunday in the home of Mrs: 3. J. Warren. Mr. an Mrs. Harold Etheridge  theix Sunday guests several members of his family, Mrs. W. D. Etheridge ,and Mrs. Winston Brumfietd of Tyler- town and Mr. an, d Mrz, Cl,arence Etherldge ,and little daughter, Valerle, ,and Mrs. Faye Thrn- ton of McComb. CATCHINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 3 Woodvllle, Miss P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-88i5 Jackson, Miss. Fife - Automobile Life - Bonds W. 50% on Knit Slacks 00Famous Brand Name SUITS 2 for $80 000000Squire Shop %/iParkmeadow Shopping Center Ce trevd[e,:" M,$s;' SALE! ARMOUR.PEEWEE FRESH EGGS 3 doz. $1.00 center Campbell's TOMATO SOUP, 103, oz. Hershey's CHOCOLATE SYRUP, 51/2 oz. Royal BLACK PEPPER, 1 oz.  COKES In Can, 12 oz. Yeilow Ripe BANANAS, pound