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Page 20 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE: Two-story house 'wth carport . If interes%ed, i please call telephone 645-2851. ] 3/23/2w I ---R'R  -'wo m- -dode= ---R 7T8, I ' 25" RCA color TVs. Close out prices. Otasco Store, Centreville. 3/23/1v FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, brick home ,and grocery store loca.ted in Centrevflle. Phone 64'5-4831. S/23/2mo Pine Hills Academy NEWS Friday, March 9, mm'ked the beginning of the Patriotic Amer- ican Youth convention for 1973, held at .the Sun 'N Sand Motel in 5ackson. A .number of stu- dents from Pine Hills Academy attended. A general ,assembly was held in the Bali Hal Room after .the registration period Friday morn- ing. After the invocation, the Gloster Chapter with Rlta Ash- ley at the piano lead the roup in singing ,the National Anthem. Mr. Steve Guyton was sworn TREAT rugs right. They'll be .a delight if cleaned with Blue in as Governor and the Honor- Lustre. Rent electric shampooer ble Bill Atkinson became Lt. $1. Ben lranklin Store. Governor. , 3/23/J:w This years P.A.Y. convention  .'-":-V,  d.-'wned b I was honored by the presence of or,u: ml tan s ' Y Maior and Mrs. Tom Collins. the undersigned .are hereby l Maior Collins is a released pris- .strictly posted against all forvasl one r of war from Clinton. He of trespassing. Cheramie Bros. expressed ,his happiness for be- 3/23/ly ing home, his thankfulness to all the people who helped bring e LEGAL, NOTICES prisoners home, and ,how his patriotism had grown deeper while .he was held prisoner. Af- NOTICE TO BUILDING ter listening to Major Coltin's CONTRACTORS stirring speec:h, we, .the P.A.Y. Sealed bids .will be received by organization will work harder  the Board of Supervisors of Wil- keep America the free country klnson County, Missl.ssippi, in that ,she is tody. the Board Room of the Court- The group of students was house irL Woodvllle, Mississippi, divided into the Senate and he up .to noon on Tuesday, .the 17th. House of Representatives. Col- day of April, 1973, o remodel lege sthden.ts ad hig.h school and repair the Wilkinson County seniors were the Senators .nd Commodity House by addition .the students in the lower grades of partitions, floors, and ceiling, made up the House. Each chore- .and repairs to windows, floor ber introduced bills, argued each and existing walls as needed side, nd followed, legal pro- which may be further particu- cedures in voting on these bills and resolutLons drawn by P.A.Y. larized  ms' follows, .to:wit: 1. Room 21' x 57' for office members. A banquet was held Friday partitios A. Under taymet on floor, night and legislative business was completed Saturday. particle board 3/8" .thick B. besto, vinyle tile service Offic6rs for the coming year were announced and award,s auge C. Wall existing, prefinish were presented. From Pie Hills cademy, Wes Hughes was plywood paneling elected president of She high D. PartitiOnwatts withWallS'pineSame as school division of the state or- exi,ting studs t elected secretary of .the college on 16" centers ganization and Judy Smith was E. Ceiling - lay in aceoustic division. Pa.tti Barker received ,tile 2' x 4' F. Repair to existing door and an award for the author of he I best bill. Vickie Miller was hon- hardware ored for the best presentation G. P.alnting - all base board new mold doors, irterior win- of a bil.1. The Seniors began play prac- dows .and new work on eve of rice Monday, March 12. Spon- roof sored by Mrs. Lorraine Swag- 2. Repair roofing- remove on gart, the group meets from 6 eves and replace damaged wood- .to 8 in the PHA gym. Te play work : ' ' 3. all is entitled, "Deadly 1Ernest." A. Under layment on floor 3/8" particle board with service County Agent Gives gauge, vinyle abesto .tile B. Repair existing walls and Tips On Management vlaee plywood paneling up to Of Permanent Pastures picture mold, a'pproximaely 9' 9", paint from picture .to Overseeded perm,anent pas- ceiling ,and repair and paint tures must ,be properly rear, aged existing ceiling during .the spring to adequately 4. Conference Room utilize the ryegrass forage pro- A. Ropar existing foor, place duced and not penalize the per- under laymert 9article board manent grass. 3/8" wih service gauge, vinyle Overseeding ryegrass is really abeso tile growi,ng since the weather has B. Walls - plywood paneling turned warm. As .these areas pproximately 9' 9" high, paint begin to produce more forage frum top of paneling to ceiling than the cattle, grazing them and ceiling can consume, add more cttle. C. Repair windows It is very important that  you 5. Take closet and place par- not let .1hese overseeded areas ition, set tnvo (2) commodes and grow up. If .they are kept grazed two (2) lavaforles, cone to cose, he p6rmanent sod of existing sewerage ba;hiagrass or bermudagras can A. oor - ud.e laymert 3/8" start to grow along with the .particle board vinyle abesto ryegrass. By concentrating car- lyle tie on the overseeded area you B. Walls - ply wooc paneling pan let some of your grazing 6. Electrical plaznted on a prepared seedbed A. Two (2) wa]l plugs i each g.row up to be harvested for hay. office, door swtch a.d overhead After he winter we have Just ght experienced, we need to save 1l All parflion, o have base, .the quality hay possible and shoe molding ad finish mold r.yegrass .pro.perly harvested t ceiling, makes excellent ay. The Board reserves he right W,hile cattle are grazing ou to rejevt any and all bids. your overseeded areas, summer This 15th day of March, 1973. grasses can get a start nd be ' Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk ,well established by early May 3/23/4w when the ryegrass usually runs State of Mississippi. out.. Cattle ca hen be s,hifted To. Her'bet Arnett Peele, Jr. to these areas and allow the overseeded bahia and bermuda You ,are summoned to ppear pastures to come back. Any sur- ,before the Chancery Court of plus bahia or bermuda should he County of Wilkinson in said be harvested for hay as he first State, or he third Monctay of g,rowth in the spring is the lYay, 1973, o defend he Sui$ highest quali, ty forage produced No. 5998 in said Court of Et/oa during the seasom. Lind, soy Ple, heeln you are When ryegrass is allowed o Sire defendant. This 14th day of March, A. D., grow up on permanent 'sod pas- , ture, the summer grass is slow coming out. If you overseeded Fa B more sod area han your cattle rm ureau can graze out and you must cu some reas or hay, harvest this INSURANCE hay as early in May as possible. The tnnage of early-cut rye- COMPANIES grass may lbe dowr bt the quality will more than make up "Owned By Those It Serves" he difference. A good thumb * Fire-Auto-Life ,rule is to overseed no more than 1/2 to 1/3 of your permanent * Inlnd Marine sod pasture, Manage your pasture crops * Farm & General Liability like any other field crop so that * Workman's Compensation you can get the greatest profi from your efforts. RICHARD FLACCOMIO Woodville, MIss. 1973: Alonzo H. Surgeon, Clerk JJOX 44 -- b. 888-3661 or 6L /23/3 Th-e W6odville Republic-a-, Woodvill6, Mis-sissipl II II TIME and TIDE Curious, isn't it, how people Iook at life so different(y? To some there is an irresistible de- sire to cope with the tides of life by escaping from dullness to new lands and faces. TO others the answer seems to lie in the foaming breakers, with the sinister desire to end existence completely. And yet to others the waves of life speak of. plan and order and a sureness and perfection ia creation, .And so it is with time[ One person begrudges every second as a relentless march'toward the end of life. Another sees the sands of time as a slow and painful journey, And to still another, it. is the golden passing of each day ordered and well-planned. What shapesthese different viewpoints? The Christian sees, n the certainty of seconds and the regularity of tides, a revelation .of the order and beauty that God perfects in His works. Every man needs God and His Church to give his life its noblest point of view, Copydsht 1973 Kekter hdverthln Servke, Inc, Strbur$ V8tnla. dptures selected by the Ameflcan Bible Sode  sunday - Monday Tuesday Wednesday 3hursday , ,,; 'Fdday : Saturday 1);. Markl[ %, Luke 8 : Mark'14 "Luke 5 ' Luke 9 ;',,' '.]Juko2S ''. Jphn_.4 [] 12-20 ' 22-25 S-9. -11 10-17 , . ,945  4- ,, ,,m , . , THIS SERIES IS PRESENTED AS A PUBLIC SERVC] BY THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS FRED N ETTERVILLE LUMBER C0.MPIANY WE BUY LOGS Wholesale and Retail: Lumber PHONE 888-6724 ROUTE ONE W00DVILLE, MISS. JULIUS M. CARTER Bulldozer Service Phone 888-2321 Box 815, Woodville CITY DRUG STORE Prescriptions -- Gifts -- Novelties Phone 888-5541 Masonic Bldg., WoodviUe COLONIAL CHEVROLET COMPANY Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer Phone 888-5831 Woodville COMMERCIAL BANK Complete Personal Banking Service Phone 888-5761 Woodville |. BI-COUNTY INSURANCE ACNCY Fred L. Hetzler -- P, O. Box EE PHONE 645-4811 CENTREVILLE FELICIANA BANK & TRUST CO. Formerly Bank of Norwood PHONE 629-5297 NORWOOD, LA. 61 - 24 GULF Good Gulf Products -- R. P. Smither PHONE 888-491 WOOD.VIIK LEWIS INSURANCE AGENC Fire  Liability--- Life PHONE 888-4293 IEWSPAPER OFFICE, WOODVILLE' PLANTERS HARDWARE, INC. Complete Spreading & Seeding Service High Calcium Lime -- Mixed Fertilizers Phone 888-2521 ' Woodville SEVEN DAY DISTRIBUING CO. Your CompleteWholesale Grocery Phone 888-2861 Wo0dviUe H:& R. FORD, INC. Ford Sales, Service, Parts Phone 888-2391 Woodville C. M. TREPPENDAHL & SONS, INC. Dry Goods -- Grocery -- Hardware Phone 888-2721 Woodville MOTOR PARTS & SUPPLY CO. Main Street PHONE 888-6781 WOODVILLE OTASCO Auto And Service Store PHONE 645-5581 CENTP,,EV.IXK,E, MiISS, VARIETY SHACK Quality Groceries PHONE 888-4282 WOODVILLE WOODVILLE CLEANERS Prompt Pick-Up and Delivery .Service PHONE 688-2411 WOODVI 'L" I II Friday, March 23, 1973 Church Calendar Woodville Baptist Church Rev. O. B. Beverly, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Service, ]1:00 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service, Wednesdays at 7 p.m., followed by Choir Rehearsal. Youth Choir Rehearsal, Sundays 5:30 p.m. Centrcville Baptist Church Rev. Donald O'Quinn, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worshlp, 11:00 a.m. "training Union, 6:15 p.m. Evening Service, 7:00 p.m. Crosby Baptist Church Sunday School, 10:O0 a.m. Preaching Service, 11:00 a.m, and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Brotherhood, 6:30; Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Pioneer Baptist Church Rev. W. A. Patterson, Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Church Services 7 p.m. Traiing Union 8 p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday: 7 p.m. Youth Choir; 8 p.m. Prayer Service Union Baptist Church Warren Whitaker, Pastor Sunday School 1O:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Evening Service, 8:30 p.m. Catholic Churches Rev. Frank Niemeyer, Pastor Woodville - St. Joseph's Sunday Mass. 9 a.m. Saturday Mass, 4:30 p.m. Fort Adams - St. Patrick's Sunday Mass 7 a.m. Woodville Christian Church Church School 9:45 a.m. Worship & Communion 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship Groups 5:30 p.m. The Church of Christ at Corinth Bro, Bernard Waites Bible Study, Sunday 10 a.m. Breaching; Lord's Supper 11 a.m. Sunday Night Services (J p.m. Wednesday: Servioea,  p.m. The Church  .Christ at Perrytown Meets Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Lord's Supper 9:45 a.m. Bible 8tudy 10:00 a.m. Saint Paul's Epiopal Church Rev. Arthur Klein Sunduy School 10 a.m. Morning Prayer 11 am. Woodville Methodist Church Rev. J. H. Cameron, Pastor Surday School 10:{)0 a.m. Morning Worship U a.m. Evening Service 7:90 p.m. Prayer Service, Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Centreville Methodist Church Rev. A. Ray Quick, Pator Church School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 am. MYF 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Hopewell Charge ' Dr. Frank Leggett, Pastor Mars Hill, service 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Hopewell, service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr. Carmel, service 3 p.m. Sunday School 2:15 p.m. White's Chapel, service 7:30 p,m. Sunday School, 6:30 p.m. Crosby Charge of United Methodist Churches Rev. Clyde Arender, Pastor Rosetta: 8:45 a.m., Service, every Sunday 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Crosby: lO:O0 a.m. Sunday School ll:0O a.m. Service, 1st and 3rd Union: 10:90 a.m. Service, every Sunday 11:00 a.m. Sunday School Mt. Vernon: 10:00 a.m. Sunday chool 11:00 a.m. Sexvice, 2nd and 4th The Faith Assembly of God Church, Centreville Rev. Robert W. Dunn, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m. Wed. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Woodville Presbyterian Church Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Thomson Memorial Presbyterian Rev. Larry Mills, Pastor Church School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship li:O0 a.m. Youth Choir Pra,ctice 5:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m.