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Page 2 rh00Woo dvilhRepublican Publlshed every Friday by The Woodv111e Republlcan, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 3'9669 Iohn S. Lewis, Owner & Editor :|ubscription Rates: One year, 4.fl0; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 mos., 1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage pald at Woodvllle, Miss 39669. IIOSPITAL AUXILIARY TO MEET MARCH 20 A Field Memorial Auxiliary meeting will be held on Tues- The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;sslppj Centreville News , . , c i , , . to Mrs. Benny lMRS. M. L. ROBINSON Our p010gies Vine, Mrs. Davis Scott and Mrs. I i Horace Phipps for inadvertently, IIOSTESS FOR BOOK CLUB omitting their names from the I Mrs. M. L. Robinson was host- r'.st of hostesses for the recent ess for the Centreville Book Club tea shower honoring M, rs. Rich- meeting on Thursday, March 8, ard Lynn Whitaker. i wiLh Mrs. W. K. Griffin, Jr., the Mrs. Mildred McCurley spent I president, presiding. the past weeke.d in Jackson as The Frogram fc:r the after- a guest in the home of her son noon wa presented by Mrs. R..J and daughter-in-law, the ReVtlFicld ' Jr, following the club's and Mrs. T. L. McCurley, and I theme of "Life and Literature family. in the South." Mrs. Field re- Mark you'r calendar to attend viewed "Gardens of the Ameri- the activities being planned n Soutla" by John Wedder. VanCleave Memorial ,Library in who is well known for several eay, March 29. at 1 p.m. ,at Va,n Cleave Memorial L,brary. If you are a member or interested in becoming a member, please at- tend this meeting. Centreville Academy NEWS The Spanish Club tells us that in spite of the stormy weather last Satu,rday their Spring Fes- tival was a success. Their trip to Mexico now seems a little nc,arer. We're looking forward to the football jamboree at Pine Hills next Friday night. Mr. Home ays that this event will close spring fzott:all practice and the baseball season will open the following Monday. The Student Council and Beta Club continued their Heart Fund drive with a roadblock on Main Street last Saturday afternoon. They were quite proud of the amount of money they collected one-man shows of art in New $133.C0. obscrv,ance of National Library i York, Delxoit. Washington and Week April 8-14. Friends of the M. H. Hughes I New Britain. He is also a teacher Most of our students are w, ork- family are pleased to see Mr. ',of art and philosophy, as well ing on their projects for the Hughes out again following hos- I as author of several well known ] Science Fair. which will be held pitalization in Jeff Davi Me- books, next Thursd4ay. Some students JULIE REED FETED FOR TIIIRD BIRTHDAY Little Miss J ulie Reed honored on her third birthday by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Reed. with a party held, at the!x residence Saturday af- ternoon from one to three. Julie. wearing a pretty laven- der play dress with matching t:air ribbon, welcomed the little guests with her mother. Many little-folk games were enjoyed mortal in Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bean of Baton Rouge spent Sunday with hex brother. Mx. Avery Dean was Hazelwocd. Visiting in ,the home of Mrs. Georgia Whetstone over last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. "Gardens of the South" is compiled of pictures and de- scriptions of .some fifty-flour gardens and historic homes lo- cated in the eight southern states from Virginia to the Gulf Coast are working alone and some in gXOUlCS, but all are working en- thULSiastically. Our teachers are proud of their hundred - percent - attend- ance at the Mississippi Private chool Education Association last Friday. They all report that they feel the departmettal meet- ings were well 'worth their at- tending for they we,re able to meet. talk to, and exchange ideas with teachers from private schools in all parts of the state as well as some from Tennessee and Arkansas. There were also outstanding PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND CONFEDERATE 'PAGEANT, BALL The United Daughters of the Confederacy are asking the peG- FARMERS CAN CHOOSE PROGRAMS BEST SUITED TO THEIR FARMS Euring the few days remain- ing in the farm program sign-up pearled, local farmers should look carefully at tlae choices offered pie of Centreville to cooperate in purchasing tickets to the l by this year's farm programs and pick alternatives that best Pageant Friday, Marcia 23, and l the Confederate Ball Saturday,'] fit their individual operation's, said James Calvert, local farm March 24. Both events arc at I official. Sign-up ends Club South of the Border. I program Friday, March 13. I The proceeds go to the UDC[ "Both .the wheat and feed educational fund which each i grain p.rograms offer alternate year awards a scholarship tO iplans," says Calvert chairman the Ceutreville Academy and I of the Wilkinson County Agri- recently gave $50 to the build- cultural Stabilizaticn and Con- . . t ' ;t 0 mg fund. An essay contest now ervatmn (ASC) Committee. S in progress will .award a gold each producer should get details medal and a silvcx medal at: from his county ASCS office and graduation time. then do some pencil pushing ,to Both the C2nfederate Pageant see which program will yield on Friday and the Confederate Ball on Sgturday (music by The MississippiansJ will be outstand- ing events. Pageant .tickets are 75c .and $1.25. Ball tickets are $3.50 each ticket. Tickets may ,be had from UDC members or Duck's Fabris Shop in Centreville or Cumbo's Frame Shop in Woodville. Bobby Walsh and f,amily of Ba- Mrs. Field. chose ten of the ton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. most outstanding gardens, using J. G. Coke of Zachary, La. slides to exhibit the beautiful Harold Hughes of Ba,ton Rouge visited Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Hughe.s on the patio before Mrs. Reed Mr. Ray Caulfield and on. invited the group in for refres,h- Mike. of Greenville spent, soy- merits of cake and punch. The oral days this week vi,siting in honorce's cake was a large choc- the homes of Centrevillc reta- I elate one featuring a carnival tives. I in its dec, oration. Party favors were .presented to the children. Julie was the recipien't of many pretty gifts. Additional guests present in- eluded Julie's grandparents, he,r great - grandmother, ,a'nd her great-,aunts. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. McCurley and Mrs. I. D. Netter- ville of Wilkinson and Misses Mathilda Reed and Melba Reed of Centreville. settings of both 'the formal and inf, crmal, the large and small. as well as herb and vogel,able g, ardens, pointing out how les- sons learned from each may be usefuliy applied to increase the beauty of our own smaller pri- vate gardens Following the program, guests Mrs. Alfred L. Phillips and were directed to the dining room daughter. Michelle, spent the to be served refreshments from past weekend in Co]linsville vi:s-lan attractively decorated ,table. iting in the home of her son with Mrs. Griffin. Mr,s. Graves, and Mrs. C. D. Lewis assisting. and daughter-in-law, the Rev. I LETTERS To The Editor Centreville. Miss. March 8th. 1973 Dear Mr. Lewis: him the best retu,rn on his land. labor, and management re:.ources." Specifically, Calvert pointed :ut. the feed grain program in- cludes .two plans. Under the basic plan. a farmer may set aside 25 percent of his feed gram base and receive pay- ments loans and other progxam benefits wi.thout restricting his total feed grain acreage after maintaining his farm's set-aside acreage and conserving base. The feed grain program a.lso offers a zero set-,aside pla'n with lower .pxogram payments .and a limitation on total feed grain acreage. Under this plan, the producer need maintain only his conserving base *and he then Enclosed is a "Poem" that a is free to plant soybeans or friend of mine wrote. He was other crops (other than feed visiting us. and asked. What are grains or quota crops) on iris speakers in several of the meet- you ,writing. I said. So many and Mrs. Burton Blair, and I maj:r areas of high school math children. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. R. MeCraine for use in the association. Mrs. and sons. Jimmy and Jack Alex- Germany will serve this year as CARD OF THANKS ander. ,c.f St. Louis. Me., are secretary-treasurer of the Eng- !expecte to or.rive here this lish group. We wish .to express our most weekend for a visit in the home Interesting guests at the sincere aplxeeiation to our of his parents, the James M. VPSEA banquet on Thursday friends and neighbors for the McCraines. Other family mem-lnight were the main speaker, Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Don- .words of comfort, the floral of- ber joining them here will be President Emeritus Andrew Holt nie Vine are pleased tha*t their ferings, and food, and special Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fortenberry, of the University of Tennessee. n " ! little son "Baby Ben y, is im- thanks to the doctors and nurses J:r., and con. Rodney, of Colum- a delegation from Prince Ed- proving after being on the crit- of Field Memorial Community bia and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. ward County in V!rginia, Lieu- ical list in Jeff Davis Hospital Ho,spital for their never tiring Anders and family of Zachary. tenant-Governor Winter, Secre- in Natchez over last weekend, l:elp tO our loved one. Ray C. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dixon and tory of State Ladner. and State Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moses and Phipps. -- His lamily: Mrs. children of Baker. La., spent the Superintendent of Education son Keith, of Florence, Ala.. are Bessie Mac hipps, Mrs. Annette weekend visiting in the home Garvin Johnson. house guests ,of her parent, Mr. Maher, Charles Ray Phipps, The of his mother. Mrs. Vivian The Second and Third Grades 'and Mrs. Robert Mttceltree. Grandchildren. Dixon are traveling a lot these ,days. Last week they went to Baton CENTREVILLE YOUR ings. Dr. J, chn K. Betterworth. cars pass here, some going East. author of our Mississippi His- some West. some North, and to:ry book. spoke Lo the history South. He went home to West group. Monroe. La.. and to my surlrise Mrs. Caulfield will be serving wrote the "Poem." on a committee to put together Mr. Fant was reared in Con- competitive to.sis in 'the four treville. He has a lovely family, Rouge to see "Alice in Wonder- land" and this week they will go again to Baton Rouge to visit th, e Pl,anetartum. Mrs. Victor MOTORS Ford Dealer Featuring New and Used Cars ,. SALES first trip and Mrs. Kent Van Cleave will go with them on the second The First Grade reports ,that they are sorry Annette Perkins has moved away and that there are still two members out with chicken pox. The Prent-Teachers Club will hold its meeting on Thursday night of this week in the library. The Fourth Gr, ade will have a muffin sale every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for a while to raise money for a class trip. We are sorry our school sec- retary, Mrs. Sandra Templeto.n, is in` the hospital. We hope she will soon be back with us. Too Lte for Last Week: We welcome Miss Vanda Gaston, She recently moved to Wood- ville from St. Louis where she had previously taught in he public schools. and SERVICE remaining cxopland. "Producers who choose to util- ize their set-aside for grazing, hay silage, or altern`ate crops must notify the dounty ASCS office ahead of time." ASC com- mit, tee chairman CalVert said. all Christians. He celebrated his "Failure to do so can mean loss seventy-fifth birthd.ay Monday, of all lxogram payments and March 5th. other benefits." He empha'sized Please put this "Poem" in the that notification must be given paper. I appreciate nay Wood- bfore grazing or haying is be- ville Republican. Sure will thank y,u lots. Sincerely, ,Mrs. G,ra M. Marsalis To Mrs. era M. Marsalis Many, many cars keep speeding by, Never topping, never knowing that I Wondered if they traveled East or West, Or if North or South would be a better guess? Why the trip, business or pleasure ? To see the sick. or hunt for treasure ? Do they have all the time they need: If so, why do hey travel at such speed? Life s s,o short, yet it is so sweet; We should travel slow to complete The time hat God grants to each one. To learn ,to pray, "Thy will be done." May we who've lived oux ten, and three score. And God has blessed us with a few years more. Sing like the .angels, with all our hearts, "O Lord God, how truly great Thou art!" -- Percy B. Fant, Sr. Venton McNabb, Owner Bubba McNabb and Frank Foster, Salesmen Phone 645-2371 Centreville, Miss. I our new Science teacher. o our Mrs. J'. J. Warren had as Sat- s'ch.ool. She graduated from lurday guests in her home the Ouachi.ta Baptist University in i following relatives from Baton A,rkadlphia. Arkansas. with a Rouge: Mrs. Ruth Dwigh't, Mr. mjor in Science and English. and Mrs. Anderson` Nettervllle, and Mr. Albert Netterville. --- III I Squi Mr. ,and Mrs. George Lofton *and son, Nell, were weekend guests, in the home of (her brother-in-law and ister, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Dorrell Nickovich, and visited .other relatives on, the Gulf Coast. Mrs. Paul Bowden, Jr., and sons, Paul and, Ben, of Gulf- pot were recent visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. U. Thompson. Farm Bureau INSURANCE COMPANIES .Owned By Those It Serves" * Fire-Auto-Life * Inland Marine * Farm & General Liability * Workman's Compensation RICHARi FLACCOMIO Woodvilie, Miss. BOx 444 -- Ph. 888-3661 or 461B gun on set-aside land. Additional information and help in working out details to determine which plan will best fit an individual's plan and ] f, arm may be obtained from ,the county ASCS office loca.ted ,in Woodville. FIRST NUCLEAR DETONATION EAST OF MISSISSIPPI Tatum Salt Dome. 20 miles south,east of Hattiesburg and seven miles west of Purvis. ws ,the site ,of the first nuclear detonation .east of the Missis- sippi River. The detonation was under the direction of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Dept. of Defense. Source: Miss. Research and Development C,enter. $100.00 REWARD Will be given to the person or persons who pulled and cut the beautiful tulips in the flower g,rden in tront of our store. No doubt the act required talent. In order to collect this award you must raise and lower our American Flag every day for a thirty day period. Also we will reserve the privilege 'of publish- ing your picture or pictures in the newspaper. MR. PAUL'S SUPERMARKET II Shop Tennis Outfits by Jockey Come in and See our other fine men's wear. Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville, Miss. Friday, March 16, 1973 Gold Medal FLOUR 5 lb. bag 39c (With $5 Purchase Nabisco Saltine t :RACKERS 3 l-lb. boxes $1.00 Jewel Shortening 3 lb. can 58c *: r Welch White 003rape Drink 46 oz. can 33c Welch Grape Jelly Big 3 lb. jar 69c In Cups- Cup O' Gold SOFT OLEO 4 for 99c Scot Towels 3 large rolls 99c (Get 3 rolls Free by mailing in 3 seals of Scot Towels) Breaded CATFISH Ib, 99c Grapefruit 5 lb. bag POTTING or TOP SOIL 50 lb. bag $1.19 Parkmeadow CentreviUe