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j,/: , . ., i ,, Page 2 TheWoo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor :ubscription Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 mos., $1.25. Payable in advance. Secord Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;ss;pp Centrevi[le News Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Germany CIIAMBER OF COMMERCE' of Loureauville. La.. vsited over, last weekend in the homes of INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Germany and, At the recent regular meeting Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cr,ain. of the Chamber of Commerce academy, and eight talent acts Mrs. Helen White of Baton held at The Wm. Carter Plant by individuals or groups were CENTREVILLE ACADEMY L E T T E R S PRESENTS TALENT SHOW I TO The Editor Centreville Academy presented Dear John, March 6. 1973 a St, ant and Talent Show in the academy gymnatorium last Fri- Please let me take this op- day night. March 2. to a capac- portunity to thank Supervisor ity a'udience. Leon Cavin of the fourth dis- Stunts were pre,sented by each trict and Supervisor Tern Ash- of the twelve grades of the icy of the fifth They cleaned up our road. picked up all of tl]e litter It's lovely now and so i: 'f: i?:' ).SPANISH CLUB SETS SPRING FESTIVAL The panish Club of Centre- vll]e Academy is having a Spring Festival this Saturday for the bnef:t of their Mexico trip. Activities will begin at 1 p.m. at the school The big after- r.:on ,will feature pony rides. ,sack races, d, onut eating and egg-throwing contests, among many others, and will progress to the marathon dance in divi- sions for elemen*tary ,age to the oldest adult. Ladies will prepare fancy box lunches to auction for t'he feature attraction of the cc.asion. ASSEMBLY O GOD CIIURCH SCHEDULES REVIVAL HERE The Assembly of God Church, Centreville, has scheduled a revival to begin at the church o,n Wednesday, March 14, witJh Rouge was a weekend guest, in a mot interesting program was the homes of Mrs. Harris Jones precntcd by Mr. Benbow of and Mrs A. 'A. Hollingsworth. Southwest Missiz,sippi Develop- Mrs. 'Frank Walker cf Me- merit District, McComb. Comb visited in the home of Durin'g the business session the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Me- at which the president, Virgil Gehee on Tuesday of his week. Mulkey, presided, new officers Miss Mary Ann S,treet and, were installed for the year as James. Harvey Knighton at- follows: Bob Bell. president: tended the Maedi Gras Ball in Billy McGregor. vice-president: Baker, La.. at which Miss and Mrs Francis Mulkey, secre- Street's cousin Miss Sherri tory an2 treasurer. Shlpp, was queen The ladies of Centreville Bap- tist Church are observing Week FUNERAL SERVICES of Prayer foe Home Misslons each day throughout this week. Mr..and Mrs. Larry Vine and family of Johnson City, Tenn., will arrive here .this weekend for a visit in the homes of their parents, Mrs. Benny Vine, and family, and .Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Vines. Mrs. VLry Helen Bruton of FOR MRS. CUMMINGS HELD IN BATON ROUGE Funeral services for Mrs. Eu- genre Shaw Causey Cumrmings were held from Welsh Funeral Home in Baton Rouge on Mort- Say, February 26, at 4 p.m. with burial in Roselawn Mem,0ial Park there Baton Rouge spent the weekend vislti'ng her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berryhill, and other Centreville relatives. Mr. and Ms. Hollis Inighton and son, rEmmette, attended the a]-o featured, zp]:rcc'.ated. In the talent division. Gary Saturday. I went to Pinekney- Graves was awarded first place ville I couldn't believe how honors for his piano presenta- little litter was on the roadside. tion of "Medley of Songs of the Mr Reed or his district resi- Frarly 1993's." Second place went dents really keep their part of to The Pooles. who sang "My the county clean. Good for Elusive Dreams" them! Let'.3 all strive to keep In the elementary competi- Wilkinson County the garden rich, the second and third spot of Mississippi. grades took top honors for their Tommie Jo Nettervilie skit "Mexican Hat Dance." The first grade won second place for their "Old W:man i'n the Shoe" L O C A L I S M S presentation. The eventh grade won first (Continued from Page 1 place in the hig,h school divi- is done by the 'comedy' pro- sign for their "Style Show," the grade was ,awarded sec- ond place honors for teir take- off on "Lawrence Welk." Judges for the night were Mrs. W. B. Halsey an, d Mrs. Irma MeLatn of Oloster and Mr. John grams, talk shows, etc. than by the news media, because all the propag.anda is subtly mixed in with the 'humor' and talk. and we tend to accept our morals and prin'ciples from Rowan & Martin. Johnny' .Carson, Dinah S. Lewis of W, oodville..Program Shore. David Frost. Merv. Grif- girls were Mary J. Griffin. Susan Scott, Betsy Field. SandTa Boat- Mrs. Cummings died on Sun- nor and Emily Rollins. day, February 25, at Lane Me- morial Nur.-:ing Home in Zach- ary, La. UMW MORNING CIRCLE She s survived by her has- MEETS WITH MRS. WHITE band, Enoch ,Cummings; one fin, and all the show biz people who rotate around the.e pro- grams an.d are held up to know everything about life. justice, wisdom and everything else. "Who ever sees a businessman on such a program? or George Evangelist Durwood Worley of .She,ton, Tenn., bringing the meages. Everyone is invited to attend HOMEMAKERS CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. ANNIE McGRAW Mrs. Annie McGraw w, as host- ess for the March meeting, of spring football game and the ]u;e-Gold banluet at Missis- sippi College on Saturday. Miss Ruth McOehee of Hazle- hast was a guest last week in .the home of her sister. r,. E. B. Robinson, and with the Roy. and Mrs. Robert McOehee. Mr..and Mrs. J. C. Netterville and Mrs. Mac Ivy visited Mrs. the Homemakers Club at her Paul Briggs, a patient in South- ,home Thursday'afternoon'of las,t west General 'Hospital in Me- week six members an'd one Comb, Sunday. guest present. Toplcs for discussio'n during the meeting were "Embroidery and Quilting" by Mrs, Rosa Duck ,and "Shrubs and Bulbs far March Planting" ,by Mrs. Vir- ginia Cobb. Mrs. Cobb also dis- played aprons to be sold by the. club dring the Pilgrim, age. Mrs.. Duck won the door prize. During the hour, he hostess served prty refresh- merits. LOCAL LIBRARY TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL Virginia Lynn's daughter, Mrs. Odell Latimer Batten Rouge; four sons, Nolan S. Causey of Houma. La., ,and Bryan Causey, Lee Causey and Lester Causey, Baton Rouge; five step-daughters, Mrs. Truett Tumey of Centreville. Mrs. W. H. Byrd of Ocean, Mrs. W. W. Hall of Minden. La.. Mrs. Warren Hampton of Chico, Cali- fornia..and Mrs. Lee Caston of Eaton Rouge; four brothers. Gamble Shaw. Henry Shaw. an, J.ce Shaw. all of Liberty, and John A. Shaw of Minden; 12 grandchildren,- 17 great-grand- Mrs. T. R, Whi,te ws hostess Wallace? or Sen. Stennis? Javits for .a business meeting of he maybe, or Brookebut always Morning Circle of United Moth- 'libeeals'--Cesar Chavez Sar- odist Women at her residence gent Shriver. ,en Tuesd,ay, March 6 "Well, anyway, in spite of After the group was seated in what the Times think.. of Wood- the attractive living room, the ville and its people. I thoug,ht hostess served delicious fresh it was a charming place and apple cake with coffee and dell- still r e member our visit cacles. Mrs. Nan,hie As,h, president. presided and Mr,.. Mildred Mc- Curley gave the opePlng p,rayer. Roll call was answered with Scripture verses. Mrs. Thelma children, and one LIBRARY WEEK APR. 8-14 grandchild, geeat-great- ................ ^ I STORK SItOWER HONORS brating lational Library Week, I MRS. WAYNE DICKEY- April 8-14, t :the Kevin Poole Van Cleave Memorial Library. Mrs. Rosa Duck and Mrs. Mary Mrs. J. Carl Poole is chairman Ann Dickey honored Mrs. Wayne of the committee for arrange- Dickey a stork shower at merit of prcgrams, the letter's home on Saturday af,terno, cn, February 24. After the hostesses seated I their guests, they were served party refreshments of cake and Coco-Colas. th e r e ..... " ItONOR ROLL TOLD AT FINCH ATTENDANCE CENTER McCraine, secretary, read he A total of 58 students made I the Honor Roll at Finch At- minutes, and the treasurer's re- tendance Center for the fourbh port was given by Mrs. Julia M. six weeks ,period. The following Wright. students had a grade average Mrs. Ash announced that the of B or .above. Day Apart meeting ,w:hich will be held ;on. Saturday,.Ia'h r 1, 1st Grade: Jeffeey R. Gibson, at Sartinville Will be a covered dish luncheon The Morning Circle was invited to attend. CAPITOL COMMENTS by Rep. Tommy Walker This week was ,a week of A lovely array of baby gif,ts charges and counter charges by was on display during the party, members of the House and the Governe,r -- some members of ATTEND SOUTHWEST the House accusing the Governor Karen Grlffen, Rhonda Parker, Charles Collins, David Btrton. Edward us, Debra Y,ong, Corrella Seiber. Pershellar Seiber and John W. Ward 3rd Grade: Dernell Anderson, tDcis Andrews, Patrieia Bond, Kenton Cobb, Debr,a Jackson. Debra Parker. Gerald A. Daniels, Darryl C. Jones, Troy A. Mars. Evelyn Berton, Karen M Camp- bell, Kathyleen Gaines Binan,a A. Jackson, Belinda Jackson, Friday, March 9, T973 Golden Ripe CHIQUITA BANANAS lb. 10c Washington State Extra Fancy APPLES 3 Ibs. $1.00 California Fancy Fresh C:ARROTS 2 Ib. bag 29c California Strawberry FRESH RHUBARB lb. 49c Florida Fresh Green I,IMA BEANS lb. 39c -Weight Watchers Delight- Mediterranean Honey Sweet 00(ELLOW SQUASH lb.25c Amaryllis BULBS $2.29 pkg. Fresh Hardy ROSE BUSHES 99c- $1.39- $2.49 each Fresh ONION and CABBAGE PLANTS '  % MISSISSIPPI LIBRARY  ' '!5. . "'.. '   Attending the library meeting counties which was held .t the %.. ' .iii,.. ConUnental Motel in McComb on Warren, representing the Kevin Poole Van Cleave Memorial Li- bra ry.  Wilkinson County won the SEPARATES_._. prize, a floral arrangement, for having the bes.t a.ttendance. h  HONORED BY UMW Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville on Knit Slacks Famous Brand Name su,Ts 2 for $80 Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Center L ....... Emera Hollins Joseph Jackson, or applying premature to ge a om _ ..... ....... ,_, assed the Governo denfn .eemarvmraeKnevanunuaa 48C bunch p - r y g the charges'-- but' all in all, Chlpmnade. lred Green Jr n " ' " it was. a very busy a d produc- tive ek Andrew Wilhams, Stephanie ,,_w . _ '... . Anderson Keltou Campbell, Fresh FRYER me n, ouse passea a om oz _ endol Gibson" Bett Mont 72 bill and resolutions. Some of w  _ _ .,  Y  '.- gomery ana voyaa Mae ra these bills were ,good while I,. ' - DRUM STICKS & BREASTS . e,rson. ,peroonally, q,uestrcneddom of others, o, ....... 5 lb. bOX $,2.99 AppropriatiOn bills passed !this B;a':teioGwrY.s 'cMtstg;rY: week a'mounted to $36 320 103 ..... :z , . .. , . from the General Fund with l)e; nsoe'rm'erae  several additional mti,ons from _ .Y .... : - ':" Fresh Frozen pecial funds To date the min, uucne m.cK, onvta House hats appropriated $Y5,- 443,699 from tk, e General Fund with a large sum also appropri- ated from various special fund accounts. " The bill that consumed the 'Mrs. ,Benny Vine was hostess most time and brought aout fcr a regular meeting of the the most controversy'was Hose Stephen, J acquellne Tickels, Oro ,Seiber and Doris Montgomery. 6th Grade: Myrtle Mars, Lillie- Jackson,. R,odney Douglas, Mi- chael Lee, Henry L. Sl, ack, Kel- vin Cobl, Pat,ricia Hollins, Kathy Smith and Will.le Mac Taplin. Afternoon Circle of United Bill 979, htch deals with s.m, all Methodist Women at her resi- loan associations. Tiffs bill, after skilled and $12 per day for the three days of heated debate and inter,mediate or lower level of losing by three vote,, on wo care home. separate roll calls, was again l H.B. 979 mentioned, earlier is reconsidered and laid on he called b:/ the suppo,rers of the donee last Tuesday with a full membership attendance and one gue:st, Mrs. Mildred McCurley, presen,t. Mn. Joe Clark, a Circle mem- ber, was honored by the roup with the presentati, cn of a fure- well gift, a handsome silver and crystal epergne. M_m Clark ,and her daughters will leave shortly for Senatobia ,to join Mr, Clark, who has recently Seen promoted to superintendent of The Wm. Carter Company in hat city. P ar.ty refreshments were served by the hostess following %able subject to call while mem'- ,bers try to work out some sort of compromise. As. the bill now reads, ,a m, axlmum interest rate of 33% would be allowed with refunds based on the rule of 78ths. The House passed and ,se,nt o the  Senate a bill allowing ,the sale of frozen desserts, common- ly known .as weight watchens frozen foods or desserts. This bill ".a people's bill" and by the opponents "a big money bill." The opposition at the same time claim ,their oppositi,on is for the people. So it would seem that both sides consider their .think- ing for the people. However, un- doubtedly one side or the other Is mistaken. I believe hat oth sides are generally sincere in their thinking; even though it may leave room by s,ome sup- the pre:sentation, D.n.d ,then Mrs. bill was necessary due to other porters and opposition, Kathryn Chapman, study leader for the 4oup, continued heir study on India. CARD OF THANKS We wls to expres,s our sin- core and lsing gratitude o relatives and friends who were so kind to us foll owlng the death of ,our loved one, James "Jim" Brker. Your words and deeds of friendshiP and sympathy h.ave been a grea,t cerfort to us. to ,be sta.tutes th,at require I0% but- motivated through selfish }n- terfat i.n dairy produets before terests. they can be labeled ,as ice cream. The House unanimously adopted House  Concunrent Re's- olution 59 payifig tribute to Navy Lt. Robert N. Wideman of Ohio. This is the POW who stepped agide in order for Lt. Bill Bailey to come home to, ,the bedside of his then seriously-ill father. We are happy to report $hat the list of POW's to be released next includes the n,ame of Lt. Wide- Special thanks .to the doctors man. end nurses on A Wing of Field S.B. 1687 was passed and Farm Bureau INSURANCE COMPANIES "Owned By Those It Serves" * Fire-Auto-Li re * Inland Marine * Farm & General. Liability Memorial I-Iospi'al, o No,roan amended oy the H.oue this, Workm.n's Compensation F.uneral Home for their servlces week. The amendment provided l and for ,the prayers, for relmbt nt to nursinglRICllARD FI,ACCOMIO ea/ds, ,rit' flbwers. May homes in ;ach level f care to {em basis' 'wHITING FISH lb. 49c Red Rind CHEESE lb. 99c 43 Yea'rs in the Food Business has taught us tat Mrs. Housewife can put Pennies in her "Piggy Bank" by paying CASH for her groceries... Ask your Banker for his opinion,..