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:s ! i: k Page 2 rh,Woo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, W0odville, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor ubscriptlon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 raGS., $2.25; 3 raGS., $1.?.5. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodvllle, Miss. 39669. The WoodWIle Republban, Woodville, M;ss;ss;pp; == ___-==-----==------=--==---=--=-- J CENTREVILLE BOOK CLUB I centreville Academy C ill e-N-e00s 1 NEWS I ENTEi,TAINS AT SPRING TEA entrev MLsses Christine and F,aye Duck of Baton Rouge were week- MRS. PRICE BURIED end,house guests of their grand- IN CENTREVILLE mother, Mrs. Etta Faye Duck, and during their stay visited in he home of their aunt, Mrs. Jewel Caulfidd, and family. Mrs. Etta Faye Duck attended the Governor's Tea Sunday af- ternoon at Rosemont in Wood- I The Centreville Book entertained at a spring tea in Our first baseball game last '.the Venton MeNabb home last Monday night was shortened to Thursday afternoon, March 22. three innlng due to bad weath- Guests called between the hours or, We were ahead of Pine Hills =1' 3:30 and 5 p.m. Hostesses for 8 to 1 when we stopped playing. the occasion were Mrs. McNabb, Adams County Christian and Mrs. R. J. Field, Jr., Mrs. W. K. Centreville Academy split a L Griffin. Jr, Mrs. C. H. Camp- double header cn Thursday Word was received here Mon- day of the death of Mrs. Mar- garet Selma Price. 85, a ha.tire bell. and Mrs. W. H. Smith. night, Adams County taking the of Stockholm. Sweden and a Mzs. Griffin. president of the f:,rst game 7 to 2. and Centre- resident of Oloster. who died on club. received guests with Mrs. vi]le Academy taking the second Sunday in Monroe. La. McNabb. 18 o 3. The reception rooms were dec- I The athletic banquet on Tues- Funeral services were con- ville. The tea was sponsored by ducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at orated wi.tl arrangements .of day night was a gala affair Miss Mary B. Bowles was a the United Daughters of the Brown Funeral Home in Gloster azaleas and flowering pe.ach and with beautiful arrangements of weekend guest in the home of Confederacy, and Mns. ,Duck's with interment in Oaklawn I crabapple. Centering the .table spring flowers on the tables. The I her sister, Mrs. W. A. C:ooper, two granddaughters, Misses El- Cemetery. tin the dining room were irises address by Billy Andrews, line-] in Baton Rouge len and Penny Caulfield, were Mrs. Price is su,rvived by two and jonquils in a silver eperg,ne, backer for the Cleveland Brown.-, i Mrs. Lillian Taylor returned tea girls for the occasion, daughters. Mrs. Welma We;s,ter Coffee was :_erred from a silver was the highpoint of vhe occa- home Friday following a week Relatives vi:A.ting recen,tly in Glos,ter, and Mrs. Cynthia La service at one end 3f the table stun i in New Orleans with her aunt, Mrs. Lillia*a ,Cain, who under- went surgery a'.t Touro Infir- mary. Centreville friends of Mrs. Cain ectend their wishes for a complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parlhurst had as their Sunday guests My. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W,hlte and Mrs. Walter Templet and and da.ughters, MLsses Carrie and Renee, all of Baton Rouge. the home of 1Vr. and Mrs. J. W. MeElwee were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dunaway and children, Joe and Lind,a of Ba,ton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dunaway of Mem- phis, Mr. Bernard ,Dun,away of Fr.ance. Monroe; four g,randehil- dren and eight great-grandchil- dren. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. John Ctark in the death of her Geter of Empire, La., Mr. ad brother, Mr. Julius A. Kirkland Mrs. Louis Lapan and Mr. and a ntlve of Amite County and Mrs. Jeffxey Rush of New Or- a resident of Felixville, La. Mr. Kirkland died at the VA Hos- leans, and Mrs. W. J. Reeves I pital in Alexandria. La., on Sat- of Broolcbaven. urd, ay. Funeral servmes were conducted from Ebenezer Bap- ..,h p f'l O-- ti.st Churc,h Monday .at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Ed Causey offi- ciating. Burial was in ,the church cemetery. Mrs. J B. Robinson spent the )ast weekend visiting m. vhe home of har son and dauhter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robins,on, a The Plains, La. Mr. Lynn Caulfield of Jack- son pent the pat weekend visiting in the home of .his sis- ter, Mrs. Nannie Ash, and with oher Centreville relatives. Recent guests in the home of Mrs. E. B. Robin,son included Wilkinson County's Finest Men's Store Come in and see our excellent men's wear, so sensibly priced. Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville, Miss. I CENTREVILLE YOUR Ford l alternately by Mrs. John Rollins' The athletic awards were: Fcr I and Mrs. Kent Van Cleave. and football, bes defensive lineman, I punch from a silver bowl .at the Mike Rish: best offensive line- other end by Mxs. W. B. Netter- man, R. L Frazier; best block- ville and Mrs. Herman Jackson. lng back, Bill James, II: best Mrs. McNabb's daughters. Mrs. blocking lineman, Bo Garig; David Str.ange, Mrs. John Pisa. bess defensive back. Philip Me- and Miss Sarah Ellen McNabb, Key; best offensive back, David also assi;sted in serving. Mrs. McKey; mos valuable player, C. J. Richardson and, Mrs. M. L. Bo O.arlg. ,For baseball, best in- Robinson alternated at the guest fielder, Stoney Loftin; best out- register. Deahr fielder, John Anderson; most valuable playeT, Marty Jenkins. For girls basketball, best defen- NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK sive player. Sandr, a Boatner; F best offensive player, Susan TO FEATURE TASTER'S FAIR .Roberton; most valuable play- AT LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE or, Debbie Housley. For boys basketball, bes defensive player, On Monday, April 9, open David McKey; ,best offensive house ,at Kevin Van Cleave Me- . ""- R h most valuable ' " " a player, IVllKe  ; " m.sri.al Library will ieaure ,  ......... . ,  . player, lU rlu. i as.ers raii: , ,  1 The Tiger '73 staff and the uisnes win e m.aae zrom ....... Arts and Crafts class announce recipes selecea Ironl D001S ..v., . i ] .....   nnnat found at the library ' ' " show on Tuesday, April 10. at Won't you pla,n to join us 1:30 in the gymna.torium. The there? -- Mon:i'ay, April 9. I Fuppetown ,Players of Green- ]wood will present a version of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Quinl "The Coming of Arthur." her son ,and daughter-in-law, Causey plan to leave shortly for I The Freshmen sponsored a Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Robinson, Jr., Chic:ago where Dr. Causey w.ill dance last Friday night. It fea- and ,two 'sons, Baxney and John attend the annual convention tured Black-Eyed Susan nd was Green, of Jackson. I of American College of Physi- a succes.-=. Sympathy is bein,g extended j clans w,hic.h will be in session The Spanish Club will sponsor to Mrs. R. J. Knig.hon ,and from April 8 through April 14. family i,n .the death of her During .tha,t ime Dr. Cau,sey sis,ter, Mrs. R. F. aley, of Mc- will be awarded a Fellowship Comb. Mrs. Raley, 95, died Sat- into the American .College of ur6ay In .a Tylertown rest home Physicians in ;the departmert of following a lengthy illness. Internal Medicine. Relatives visitl,ng in, the home Mrs. S. E. Field a,nd VLrs. J. J. of Mrs. M. H. Hughes Sunday Warren ,arrived home the first Featuring a gamage sale ,on Marc,h 3.1. They are also taking ozd'ers for De- greaser and Safety Reflec.tors for bikes. (Too late for last week) Cur Outstanding American were Mr..and Mrs. Billy Joe of the week after a delightful Hig.h School Students have been Mann and children, Ken and trip .to Italy, reporting a won- selected. They ,are John An.der- Timmy of Za.cha,ry, La., a,nd derful time sightseeing in Rome, son. Joe Rollins, Phillip McKey,. Mrs. Genevieve Harley and son Florence and Naples. Rickey, and Mr. and Mrs. John- Dr. and Mrs. Rbert McBroom I ny Halley of Baker, La. and '.children, Leighton an,d Layna Kay, of Pascagoula were weekend house guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. , Newman. and family Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAllister MOTORS Stoney Loftin, and Emily Rollins. They will have thier biographies printed in ,the .annual volume of The Society of Outstanding High S:,ho01 Students.. The Spanish Club is this week delivering the statione,ry they took order for earlier.. They're ,of Jackson were recen, guests allso selling hot 6oughnuts dur- in bhe home of his aun,t, Mis ing recess. Tullie McAllister. MARS HILL HMC MEETS The Mrs, Hill ,Homemakers Club met in the home ,of Mrs. Necie Greer on Wednesday eve- ning with eight members pres- ent. The club collect was read by We regret our team was un-, able to play in the football.jam- I boree last Friday night a,t pilnel Hills Academy due o a last, minute change of plans by he host team We didn't have time to regxoup and get our boys and fans together. Several of ,,our students went with Dr. Dick Field o visit the Mrs. Inez Johnson. The study USPHS hospital at Carville, La., topic was on.short ctts in the 1,ast week. They reported hat kitchen .and was given by Mrs. the trip was ,both in,teresting Myrtis Pe,rry. and educational. , "Our Energy CrisLs" was given The Science Fair was a great by iVrs. Johnson, Mrs. Wensel success. First place winner, we,re Taylor. Mrs. Lela H.azlip and Mrs. Greer. A quiz on material zas given by Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. Johnson won rthe prize. ,rs. J, zhnon also won the door prize. The hostess served a delicious as follows: First ,Grade, Red ribbon, Second Grade, Blue rib- bon (competing with each oth- er; Third Grade. Vicky Hug,hes; Fourth Grade, Marry Longmire; Fifth Gx.a, de, Ben Caulfleld; Sixth Grade. Mollie Rollins; :a,lad with crackenrs-, chips ,and Seventh Grade, Robbie Briggs; Pokes. Eighth Grade, Gaff Ramsey; I The April meeting will be at General Science, Tanya Priest; f.he home of Mrs. Sallie Cavin. Biobgy, Cathy Rish; Chemistry, --Re.u orter. Betsy Field Venton McNabb, Owner Bubba McNabb and Frank Foster, Salesmen Phone 645-2371 Centreville, Miss. qnd Virginia Lynn's has the / formals for you. Parkmeadow Shopping Cenfer-Centreville Friday, March 30, 1973 ,, \\;\ ", ///,,/jl lIE II FE IIII xq . N Mississippi Fresh Split FRYERS for barbecue lb. 45c I II Armour Basted HEN TURKEY lb. 59c Armour Fresh PULLET EGGS 3 dozen $1.00 Van Camp's TUNA FISH 3 cans $1.00 II -- COFFEEMATE 16 oz. jar 68c Mother's Best CORN MEAL 5 lb. bag 49c WESSON OIL 48 oz. $1.09 Party Pack DILL PICKLES quart 39c Shedd's Soft MARGARINE in cereal bowls 3 l-lb. ctns. $1.00 Hunt's PEACHES In Syrup 15 oz. cans 4 for 99c Fbrida Fresh Green CABBAGE lb. 8c Parkmeadow Shopping Center- Centrevilb \