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April 13, 1973

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F;h:ay, April 13, 1973 ....................................................... A D 1973 to dofend suit No Perrytown News COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES 5997. in said Court of Hattie Mac Jones Young, wherein you ij.v J.iln J. Dale, Jr. are the Defendant. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry via- Alonzo H. Sturgeon lied their children, Mr. and Mrs. .................... Chancery Clerk .................................................... Marion Sdward and Mr. and FERTILIZER SITUATION amount of nltr.cgen, he can ap-13/23/4.w Mrs. D. T. P, ritchard and family, M!xed fertilizer and nitrogen ly a .mall amount at planting ..................... in Vidalia, La., Thursday. ' time and sidedress the re- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Guests in the home of Mr. .ertilizers are going to be in ma:nder. Wherea-:, Letters TesLamen-]and Mrs. Jewel Anders Satur- short supply during the peak tory on the Estate of Mrs. day were Mrs. Pearley D. Perry USe seaon this spring. Reason DRAINAGE Undine F. Ferguson, Deceased, - ...................... are that there is a short supply Good dra:nage will help you were granted and issued to t.he deed of trust.. 'of Phosphoric acid to account to get a stand and to keep it. undersigne2, Oscar K. Ferguson,. The prem:scs to be sold are for the shot:age of mixed goods. Water should not be allowed to Jr., and Audrey J. Fergusan, by described as: Two rcasoI::s for the nitrogen stand around seed or seedlings, the Ci]ancery Court of Wilkln- Beinnilg at the southeast shortage are lncreaed use of Good drainage means faster cn County, Mississippi, on the corner of that certain 4.raet of lr-itrogen fertilizers and the growth of y.=ung plants. {} day of March, 1973; land conveyed John G. Soder hortae of natural gas u-ed in All erly plantings should be I Now, Therefore. all person lr,anufacture of ammonium ni- made on sail that has good I having a claim or claims against on January 5, 1937, by the Fed- irate. In addition to the mann- internal drains,.ge as well as I sold E.tate are hereby notified fazturlng problems, dist,ribution su.rface dra'.nage. When ollsland required to have the sam is' also a problem because of have poor internal drainage, Iprcbated and registered by thc .rail car shortages, surface drainage becomes even Clerk of the Chancery Court of Farmers who fail to get more important. Wilkinson County, Mississippi, enough fertilizer at planting Leaving the rows two to tirec I within six td) months after the l!me for cotton, corn or soy-inches above the mddles at]first publication, of this Notice beans can expect good results plan.tir.g will give god surfac. to Creditors. A failure Lo so by sldedressing with mixed fer- drainage without leaving the probate and register said claim tllizer as much as a month after seedbed too high for precisionl or clalm within said time will planting, cultivation and chemical appli-I forever ba.r the same. If a farmer has a limited cation. I In Witness Whereof, we have I hereunto set..cur hands this the .. ". B. Walls - plywood panelingl 30th day of March, 1973.  llapproximately 9, 9,, high, pain t Oscar K. Ferguson, Jr., and from top of paneling to ceiling Audrey J. Ferguson and ceiling Ca-Executors of the Estate "-- I C. Repair windows of Mrs. Undine F. Ferguson, NOTICE TO BUILDING I 5. Take closet and place paz- Deceased titian, set two (2)commodes and Adams, Forman, Truly, CONTRACTORS !two (2) lavatories, connect to Wa,rd, Sm'.th & Bramlette Sealed bids will be received by existing sewerage Solicitors t.he Boa,rd of Supervisors of Wil- ] A. Floor - under layment 3/8" 4/6/3w kinson County, Mississippi, in particle board with vinyle abesto --NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS the Board Roam of the Court- tyle Sealed bids ,will be received house in Woodville. Mi.:-sissippi, B. Walls - plywood paneling by ,the State Highway Commis- up to noon on Tuesday, the 17th. I 6. Electrical alan. Jackson Mi.slssippi until day of April. 1973. "0a remodel' A. Two (2) wall plugs in each 10:0) o'clock a.m.. Tuesday Apil and repair the Wilkinson CountY ' office, door switch and overhead 24. 1973 Construction of Grad- Commodity House by addition light lng, Drainage, Ba-e. Asphalt of Partitions. floors, and ceiling,' All partltl'ons to have base, Pavement. Bridge and Erosion and repairs to windows, floor shoe molding and finish mold Contrl on 0.260 Mile of Mis- and existing walls ,as needed at ceiling. Which may be further particu-I The Board reserves the right larized as follows to-wit: i to reject any and all bids. 1. Room 21' x 57' fr office This 15th day of Mreh, 1973. Partitions Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk A. Under layment on floor, 3/23/4w Particle board 3/8" thick B. Abesto, vinyle tile service NOTICE TO CREDITORS gauge Letters Testamentary upon C. Wall existing, prefinish the Estate of Hacrts D. Jones, Plywood paneling Deceased, having been granted D. Partition walls, same as ex!ating walls with pine studs on 16" centers E. Ceiling - lay in aceoustlc tile 2' x 4' F. Repair to existing door and hardware G. Painting - all base board new mold doors interi,or win- dows and new work on eve of roof 2, Repair roofing - remove on eves and replace d,amaged wood- Work 3. Hall A Under layment on floor and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, on the 14th day of March, 1973. all persons baying claims against said etate are hereby notified to have thesOrtie probated, reg- i'tered and alI0wed by the clerk of said Court within six (6) months from the date of he first publication of this notice, or the same will be forever barred. Clara C. Jones Executrix 3/23/4.w 3/8" particle board with service -NON.RESIDENT SUMMONS gauge, vinyle abesto tile ',[State of Mississippi B. Repai existing walls and ]County of Wilkinson Place plywood paneling up to Picture mold, approximately 9' 9", paint from picture to ceiling and repmr and paint existing ceiling 4. Conference Room A. Repai,r existing floor, place Under layment particle board 3/8" with service gauge, vinyle To: Charlie Young, Jr., a n,on-resident of the State of Mississippi, whose Post Office and Street Address is: 11721 . South Ploria Street, Chicago, Illinois. You are summoned to appear before the Chandry Cou;rt of abesto tile GOOD DEALS NOW on all Ford 00/MAKERS BALERS Three tpp balers, a rnlodel for every slze job. You can coum on tore ae- pendabllity, eoonomy, effitiency. F.- SOdS Ford knotterq tie your bales tight and firm. Ford-eng neared plus fe.oture's mean more profit for you wnether you're feeding, gelling or dolng custom work, CONDITIONERS AND RAKES Speed your haying, get better quality hay faster with the Ford 510 hay con- ditmner. And for better raking, Ford rakes are tops. Let us demonstrate Its exclusive features. sisslppi Highway No 33 between Crosby and Garden City in Wil- kinson and Franklin Counties. known as Federal aid Project No. ER-049-1(27) / 66-0049-01- 327-10. Completion DaZe: November 5, 1973 Certified c h e c k, cashier's check or bid bond .for five pea cen,t (5% of bid must accom- pany each proposal. Frop.eal and detailed infor- mation may be secured from .the Office ,ngmeer. E. L. Boteler, Jr.. Director 4/13/lw NOTICI. TO CREDITORS ,Letters Testamentary upon Vh,e Estate of Annie Ca, ulfeid Winston, deceased, havlng been granted and issued m %he un- der.s.igned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi, on the 10th day of April, 1973. all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to ,have the same probated regis.tared and allowed by the Clexk of the said Court within six (6) months from the date of first publica- tion of this n.otice, or the same will be forever barred This the 10th day of April, A. D., 1973. l%uby Caulfeild H. C. Leak. Jr. Executors , MOWERS Traditionally the alea leader, Ford mowers offer high-speed mowing, rugged dependability, have gained ttfeir "prominen:b through perfor mance. Stop In, see for yourself, ( FORAGE HARVESTERS Hard-working, moneymakers..,ihat's the Ford forage harvesters, Chop record-breaking crops fast, efficiently and as fine as you like without plug. glng, That's the kind qf perlormance you can plan on with a Ford forage harvester. Ask us to show youI Wilkinson County, Mississippi,' on the Third Monday of May, 4/13/4w NOTICE OF SALE Whereas, the United States of America, acting by and through te Farmers Home Adminis,tra- Alan, U.nited Sis.tea Department of Aexlculture. is the owner and holder of he foil,owing real estate deed of trus,t, securing 'an indebtedness therein men- tioned and covering certain real asia, re hereinafter de:.cribed lo- cated in Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi, said deed of trust be- ing duly recorded in the office of the Chancery Clerk in and fo,r said County and State: Grantors: Jessie Coles and wife, Alberta C. Coles; Date Ex- ecuted: June 27, 1968; Trust Deed Book: 37; Page: 356. Whereas, default has occurred lr the payment of the indeb.t- edness secured =by said deed of trust, and the Uni.ted States of America, as Beneficiary, has authorized and instcucted me as Substitute Trustee to fore- close said deed of trust by ad- vertisement and sale at public a uct!,en in accordance with the statutes made and provided therefor. Therefore, notice is hereby given theft purmaan,t to the power of sale con,rained in said deed of trus,t and tn accord.once with the statutes made and pro- vided ,therefor, tt:e said deed of trust will be foreclosed and the property covered thereby and ,hereinafter described will be sold at .public .auction to the Seal Tractor CO .hlghet bidder for cash at the front door of he county cout- house in the town of Woodville, Mi'ssissippl, in =the, of, ocean.aid Coun.ty at eleven o clock a.m., w a.,"'oo'v"'e, Miss. on the 7th day of May 1973. to satisfy the indebtedness now due under ,and secured by said The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslpp oral Land Bank of New Orleans, I:y deed recc:'ded in Book 3-I, l:age 422, said point being on the north margin of right-of- way of the Cen,treville and Montro.e Public Road; thence North 59 03' East along the north margin of the Centreville and Montr cse Public Road 312.0 fact to a stake, the true point l of beginning; thence North 39 25' West 848.3 feet to a stake; thence North 59" 03' East 104.9 feet to a stake; thence South 39 25' East 856.3 feet to a stake on the north margin of the Centxeville and Montrose Public and Mr. and Mrt. James An:lers and childrm] ;f N',tchez. Mi.-: Dorothy Adams visited her parenls, Mr. slid Mrs. Jim .,nders, in E'qzoni last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Andcrs ,nd Mrs. Pearlcy Perry of Natthez visited Mr. and Mrs. Davis MeDowell in Colas Sat- urday, M:r. and Mrs. Wade Brown and grandchildren, Lisa and ,Joey, of Crosby, spent tlie day Sunday with Mr. and Mr, s. Ralph Wilson and family. Visiting Mr. and Mrs..E.F. Cavln lst weeken:i were Mr. a:,d Mrs. David Bachrack of Eaton Rouge. Mr. Claude Bryant of Kosci- usko is visiting his brother-in- law and aisLe:r, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazllp, this week. Guests n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crunholt and <:an, Tally Boy, Mr. and Mr,s. Steve Hayes and daughter, Kristi, and Mr. anti ,Mr,s. Gerald Nauman, all of Baton Roue. Other guests during the week wc:'.e Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Haz- llp of Kingston and Mr. Ralph Sibley of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Seward of Vidalia visited their parents, Road; thence along the north Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Sun- , margin of the Centreville and day. Mentrose Public Road in a Southwesterly direction 105.7 IIouschold Shower feet ,to a stake, the true point On Saturd.ay, April 6, Mrs. of beginning, containing 2.01 Elizabeth Ncttles Whittington acres, more or less, and betng was with a hmuschold a part of Section 15 Township shower m the ,home of Mrs. 1 North Range 1 East. and Lena Lanehart in Silver Creek being Lot 4 of the Harvey Land community. Hostesses were Miss Subdivision as .hown by plat Gayle Nettles. Miss Sue Nettles of L. W Guy, Regis.tered Engi- and Mrs. Lanchart. near. dated October 30, 1967. a The home was decorated with copy of which is attached re spring flowers throughout and the deed decarded in Book 5-W. the table covered with a linen Page 367. Conveyance Records. cloth. Cake. party squares, and Wilkinson County, Mississippi. chips were sacred to about f.orty D.prll 10. 1973 guests. Date Mrs. Whittmgton was pro- John R. Bounds sented many gifts from her Substitu.te Trustee friends in nearby communities. Duly .authorized to Attending from Perrytown act in the premises by were Mr.s. Janie Nettles. Mrs. instrumen dated Mary Anders. Mrs. Nina Stuxdi- February 9 1973, and vant. and Mrs. Maggie Greer. recorded in Book 49. CENTREVILLE NEWS Page 65. of the record,s ,of bhe aforesaid County and State. Mrs. Barbara vice-presi- 4/13/4w dent of the Student Nurses As- Page 5 soeiation, USM Natchez, at- I Mr. and Mr.s. Gerald Neyland tended the Student Nurses Con- i of Baton Rouge spent the week- vention at Heidelberg Hotel in end visiting in the home of Mr. Jackson last Wednesday through tend Mrs. Hulette A'h and ram- Friday. ily. TiRE SALE 4 FULL PLY - POLYESTER HOOD Mae by B. F. Goodrich 14/32 Tread Depth Price Fed. Tax Size F 78 14 $23.50 $2.50 G 78 14 $24.50 $2.56 G 78 15 $25.00 $2.63 H 78 14 $25.00 $2.75 II 78 15 $26.00 $2.81 J 78 14 $26.00 $2.95 J 78 15 $26.50 $2.95 L 78 15 $27.00 $3.16 825 14 $21.00 $2.30 6 Ply 7.90 15 $28.50 $3.33 CROWN SERVICE STATION Centreville, Miss. I I IIIIII I I American Oil Company (Genera, Gas) P. O. Box H Liberty, Miss. 39645 SYLVESTER DUNBAR Route Salesman Phones Business: Home: 657-2191, Liberty 888-4403, Woodville After April 1, call the above phone numbers for your gas needs and mail payments to the address listed above. H & R FORD, Inc. Woodville, Miss. !0000Ci171171J]|00%0000l AND INFLATED SERVICE CHARGES, ETC. who, being in your cornel', will endeavor to stand forward in manly combat against the foes (yours and his) of sensible economy! i -- , I,, i His weapons in these combnts are: Fine Ford Automobiles! Sold tbr very Fnir Amounts, Easily Accomplished Financing, High Trade-in V:dues :rod Excellent Service, accomplished by his Ford, l,'actorv-traincd Mechanics!!! i 1 i: ,; ,Ic, -, .: 'i . lro :: t --, ,, ], . , i:. (