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,J :&apos;" ,,,, ...,. s a. ,: ,Z," im - j. "' ,:J. L Page 2 , rheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by I'Ie Woodville Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 I.Im S. l,ewis, Owner & Editor 4ubsc:rlption Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 rues., $2.25; 3 rues., i;1.25. Payable in advance. See(rod Class postage paid at oodville, Miss. 39669. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woodvflle Republican 's aut:orized t. announce the fol- lowing candidates in the May Democratic primacies in the Town of Woodville: FOR MAYOR Town Of Woodville ROBERT F. CATCHINGS The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppl Centrevi!le News ItOSPITAL AUXILIARY TO MEET APRIL 17 The ospital Auxiliary will held a meeting on Tuesday, April 17, at 1 p.m. in the Field Memorial Community H:,splt.al conference r: mni If you are a member c;r in- terested in becoming a member, please attend this meeting. NUTT NAMED V.-P. FARMERS EXCHANGE: / BOARD APPOINTED (Coniinued from Page 1) Centrevi[le Academy her of the Centreville Book Club, the Centreville Chamber NEWS of. Commerce and the Thomp- son M e m o r i a 1 Presbyterian Baseball almost came to a Chu.rch. Mrs. Robinson has one .:tandstill l azt week because the son. CENTREVILLE ACADEMY POSTER WINNERS NAMED Students at CentrevKle Acad- emy winning prizes in poster competit.on uring National Li- brary Week are as follows: Ele- mentary Division, grades 1-3, Clifton Van Cleave; grades 4-6, Edwina Cater; and high school, R. L. Frazie, r. FOR ALDERMAN Town Of Woodville Attending .t'he reeen.t "Charlie x wr ,Brown" play given at Copi.ah- . ............ [Lincoln Junior College in which  ..... ]Bucky Caulfleld was a member SMITll MEMORIAL tel the cast were his parents, BIBLE CLAS- MEETS I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Caulfield, s [and children, Penny, Ellen, Ben Mrs. Birdie Causey was host-land Gay, and her me.ther, Mrs. ess for a meeting of the Smith!E}ta Faye Duck, all of Cent<e- Memorial Bible Class at ,her iwlle, and Mfrs. P. H. Duck aq:i 1-cme with eg,h.t members pres-Idaughters, Christine and Bertha e't. The laresident opened ,the lFaye, of Baton Rouge. meeting with .prayer. The min-] Mrs. T. H. Marsalis of Baton utes were read by the secreta'.ry, tRouge visited las' week in the weatker wa:s bad. We were able to play only one game. It was witla Woodvillc and resulted in a scare of 4-2 in their favor. We have two games scheduled / far this week, weati]er permit- t 'A n ',; . Last Friday night the Juniors and Seniors gathered in the gymnatorium with thc!r guests for one 2f the mos.t important i events of the year--the Junior- Senior Prom. The theme for the c"casien was "Colaur My World," and was carried out in deco- ration which transformed the gymnatarium into a veritable kaleidoscope w'th iI endless var:.ety of color patterns. Music ' ::!:i:?!: was provided by "Everybody's treasurer's report by Mrs. Lucy McGraw. Mrs. Blanche McKey presented the "devotional. Du,r- ing the ,meeting t,he class vote: Knight, on were Mrs. David Street to senti ,their adopted girl at and daugkter, Miss Man.ann ,he Village in Jackson .her' Street, of Yazoo City and Mrs. E a_ter clothing. 'iRobert Street of Clinton, La. During the social hour, Mrs. I Visiting in the home of Causey served a,salad plate with their grandmather, Mrs. Edgar coffee. J Wright, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Duck and children, t Mrs' Billy Wayne Leone, Jr., of Natchitoohes, La., .and Mr. and Clayton, Faye, and Chr.istine, of Mrs. Bob Pardue of Ba.ton Baton Rouge spent the weekend Rouge. visiting in the home of Ce,ntre- ville relatives. Eueky Caulficlfl of Co-Lin vis- BIRTHS Pillow" from Baton Rouge. Preceding the Prom, the Jun- iors honored the Seniors and the higl] school faculty with a Icanquet. Posters showing paint brushes against a backg.r:cund of the cm:t.nents of,the wo:rld again sugge:tefl the" theme of te affair. The Juniors say that the sue- ,cess of ,their prom was largely due t= the help and support of .th,eir parents and their el,ass Mrs. G'ra Mares:alia, and ,the .homes of Mrs. J. P.' M.arsalis .:ponsors, Mrs. Priest and Mrs. and ,Mrs. Hugh Rogers. Recen,t weekend gues,ts in the  . home of Mr. and Mrs. HolLts Robert,.son. The Spanish Club has made reservations far their trLp to Mexico. They plan to leave on April 18 and re,tuxn April 23. We all know this will be a very interesting trlp and wish we were going with ,them. The school annuals came in Monday and were. distributed. Everyone seems to think it's the best yc,t. The staff wants o t,hank all our adver.tisers f.or helping u-: make Tiger '73 pos- sille. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Mat- thews will take the Fifth Grade i tcd in he home of his parents, Bcrn to the Rev. and Mr.s. to Vicksburg on Friday to vi:sit Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Caulfield, Larry Mills of Centrevilte in the the National Park, Old Court- last weekend. Field ,Memorial Community Hos- house Museum and ,the Sprague. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hava.rd of pi.t,a3 on Wednesday, April 4, a Mrs. Etheridae and Mrs. Sum- Ba'on Rouge. spent Sunday with daughte;r. Elizabeth Ann. She 'is erall will go to McComb on .their daughter, Mrs. Rich,ard welcomed ,by two brothers and Thursday for an elementary Ea.rl Ash, and Mr. Ash. I one sister, math and science workshop. Jim Reeves Mobile Homes Luxury like you never thought you'd see in a mobile home. One bedroom as Low as $3,250 Two bedroom as Low as $3,695 Three bedroom as Low as $4,895 All with one year Service Warranty, Friday, April 13, 1973 and we service what we sell. Open Seven Days A Week Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDaniel Managers Centreville Highway 24 H ' i ' "] Mr. Campbell, a Wilkinson County native, was also a for- iiili mer member of the McComb/ Centrev, flle advisory beard of dfrectors and attended ,Missis- sippi College, Mills,aps College, q Louisiana State University and of the, MeComb/Centrevtlle ad- visory board of directors. He attended the Jackson School of Law where hc obtained his LLB degree. He is now an attorney in L'.berty. Civic and profes- sional activities include being a member of the Liberty Cham- ber of Commerce, Tri-County Ear Association and the Mis- sissippi Ear A-sciation. Mr. Gordon has served two terms as Mayor of Liberty, is a Trus- tee fear the Liberty Consolidated School and serves as Attorney for t':e .mite County Board of Education and the Town of Liberty. He is married to the former Marion Margueritte Varn.ado. The Gordons are the parents of two children. Bill Trask is a n:ative of Turnbull, Mississippi and has interests in cattle .and farming in the Centreville area. Com- munity and religious activities include being a member of the School and Hospital Boards and an Elder of the Presbyterian Church. l%rofesslon.ally he is a member of the board of direc- :tors of the Carter Company. Tr.ask is married to the former luth Jackson of Centreille and they are the parents of two children. Northwestern University in. in A native of Blakely, Ch'.cago. He is a farmer Georgia, CenLreville and also owns t Smith attended Wes.t Georgia John Decxe dealership there' IJunior College and Georgia Active in civic affairs, Mr. ITech where.he earned his BS president Campbell i.s of the i degree in Industrial Engineer- Wilkinsen County School Board ing. He is now the Mississippi and is a former mem.br of the Manufacturing. Manager with B,c,ard of. Su.pervisors of that county. He i married to the former Frances Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are the parents of one son and one daughter. 2 ' The William Cartcr Company. Active civically .and profession- ally, ,he is a member ,o.f the Centreville Chamber of Com- merce, the Cen,treville Town Club and the Southwest Mis- s!ssippi Development District. He is president of vhe Centre- vtlle Academy School Board, chairman of the Centreville Methodist Official Board. and serves on the Industrial Board FRANCIS WILLET DIES, BURIED IN CENTREVILLE Fune',ral services for Francis W!?lett, .74, were conduc,ted on Sunday at 2 p.m. i'.vom Newman Funeral Home Chapel in Cen- treville with the Rcv. John Neimeyer officiating.. In,trment was in (3aklawn Cemetery. Mr. Wlllett, a nwtive of Sche- nectady, New York, and a resi- dent of LaPlace, La., died a.t .the re-:ience of Mr. W. G. Jackson in LaPlace. on Friday, April 6. Survivors include on daughte$, Mrs. W. G. Jackson, of LaPlace. I Mrs. Norber.t Johnson .and in- I rant son, Cameron, of Starkvlll are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Oa,mpbell, and daugh,tez', Mls i'f If the City Girls keep throwing their weight around, the cattle men may want their Rib back! Pure Ground BEEF Family Size 3 lb. pkg. or more lb. 95c Choice USDA Ih)und STEAK lb. $1.18 Lean, Meaty BARBECUE RIBS lb. 69c : , , 'r ' ' All Flavors Kraft BARBECUE SAUCE 18 oz. bottle of te Centreville Oh,amber of I Virginia Campbell. Commerce. He is past president I Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Cox and of the Ccntrev, llle Booster Club ltwo children, Kare,n and Jerry anti ,the Pine Hills Country]Lynn, of Zachary, La., spent the Club. Smith i,s married to the past weekend vis,i,ting in ,the former Ruth Franklin and they Jhome of her mother, Mrs. W. D. : ,' the the parents of four children. I Anderson. Jr. I I g 29c Hunt's Dr. Causey is a native of Liberty. He obtained his B. S. degress from Mississippi College and his M. D. degree from Tul.ane University. He practices medicine in Centreville. ,Pro- fessionally active, Dr. Causey is a member of the Amenlcan Col- lege of Ph)tsicians, the Ameri- can Society of In,ternal Med,i- ci'ne, the A.merlcan .. Medical Association, ,t, he Southern Medi- cal hssociatl0n and 'the Missis- sippi Medical Association. He s married to the former Mary Cook of Oal  Grove, Louisiana. Dr. and Mrs. Cau-:ey are the parents of three sons. Mr. Gordon, an Amite C,o.unty native, was formerly a member WHEN TROUBLE COMES, INSURANCE TURNS YOUR PREMIUM PENNIES INTO CLAIM SETTLEMENT DOLLARS. FOR SECURITY AND PEAC, OF MIND HAVE COMPLETE INSURANCE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street abater, MIss. has the . PEACHES Virginia Lynn's in heavy syrup 4 15oz. cans TIME Fre  Is BELL P'EP;ER Formal each Time 10c and Virginia Lynn's i- Bathroom TISSUE 4 roll pack 38c formals for you. Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville Illll __Lll _. Squire Shop WILKINSON COUNTY'S FINEST Punch Detergent King Size 95c MEN'S SHOP Has LEVI'S In Boy's and Student's sizes Centreville Parkmeadow I Centreville Parkmeadow p' , //' i',. ,'.',:,:" :7