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Pane 2 TheWoo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The vVoodville Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 __i...:------ Iohn S. l,ewis, Owner &amp; Editor :hbscrlpt.]on Rates: One year, 4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 rues., ;1.25. Payable in advance. Spcord Class postage paid at Wo(dville, Miss. 39669. " -- --_- --__-_-- -.The _W Republican,7_ .... Woodville, Mississ;ppf F,;day', /.ril 23. 1;73 Centrevl,le N ................................... : ...... I Mr ' n d M . C r  o s s  0   , S  , N  ,   S  R V C E  '    ' "  "::: I :  Camden Ark s ent last wek -/ . !::::: end visiting in the home of `tAtar  " ' P'.? :   ii:il'I - I'! '" ' " P ' .- SET IN CENTREVILLE /' :i::i': ::::::::i :i::i:::ii::i: on and daughter-in-law Mr. An Easter Sunrise Scrv'ce will  ::(;2 ...,.. __= " nd ........ " ), .- and M.,r.,. Carl Ross, Jr., a ,be held on the la';u o[ the Con-  !iO TSI  family, trevil]e Bapti:_t Church on Sun-  -- ,, .= .... ,=i Mr. and Mrs. Wcnclell W. day, Aprll 22. beginning ,qt 6 Blakwell and Mr. and Mrs. o'clock with lrh' Rcv tI. Rily Town of Woodville: FOR MAYOR Town Of Woodville ROBERT F. CATCHINGS MARVIN N. LEWIS FOR ALDERMAN Town Of Woodville RON SENKO R. H. Wallace of Baton Rouge Quick, pz.t,qr of the Cent:'evi!le were Sunday gues.s in the home Un%cd Mettlodit Clmrch, bring- cf Mrs. Harris Jones and family, ing the me:sage. Dr. and M, rs. Edwin Holmes " and two Sons. Winn and Nathan, Following the ,:ervice. a break- fat will be held ]n the Fellow- this week in Jeff Davis Hospital business session. in Natchez and bes wishes go M, rs. C. C. Germany as pro- out for ,his early re cove'zy, gram chairm,an for the after- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Benryhill noon. the club's alternate and their daughter, Mrs. Harold study subject Great Books, she Etheridge, and children visited investigated one of the great in the Percy McP.hersort home ideas that have been a part of and with other Baton Rouge the grea,t cnversation of the relatives Sunday. Western world. The idea Mrs. Mr. C. J. Richardson. Jr., and Germany ued p,,rmined to ideal POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS of Alexandria. La.. were recen guests in the home of her aunt. ship Hall of the clul,rcll. The Woo.dville lepublican is Mrs. Charles McElwee. and fam-CENTREVILL E F, GOK autorlzed t.o announce the fol-,ily before departing for Thai- Ll0wing candidates in .the May land where Dr. Holme will be CLUB MEETS AT Democratic prima,ries in the s.tationed w,ith the U. S. Air Force for the next nine nonths. I RICH/IRDSON HOME Mr. and Mxs. B. H. Barrow! Mrs. C. J. Richardson was land children of St. Francisville were Sunday vi.sit,rs in the .:te-s for he Centreville Book Club ab a rc;ular meeting on home of her parents, Mr. an:l'Thursday afternoon, A,pril 12. Mrs. T. R. White. Friend:s regret Mrs. W. K. Griffin. president of that Mr. White i..s hospitalized the club, presided during the Centreville Academy NEWS Last week we played .three baseball games. On Tuesd,ay nl?iht 'we were lsted by daughter. Mi,s Lee Richardson..government or the bet state. bet,lain Hunt and lost 4-3. On of Cleveland arrived here So'n- She called her discussion "Man's Thursd.ay night we were hosteddRY for a visit in the home of Search for Utopia." his .mother, Mrs. C. J. Richard.- Mrs. Germany stated. that by Franklin Chr,istian Academy i son.. Miss Richardson t, emainefl faith in human progress and in and lost 12-4. On Friday after- oon we ,hosted Amite School .to visit for *everal days with man' capacity to crcate a world Corporation arid won 5-4. Our her grandmother before being of justice and peace ]s a rondo- record now s,tands at four wins joined by her brother, C. J. mental feature of Western Rich,artisan, III, LSU student, thought and ,that since the and five losse.s. ,who accompanied her back o dawn of hi.tory whenever man If weathex ,permits, the dis- Clevelan,d 'to spend the Easter has been sufficiently dissutis- ,. trict tournament will ,begin on holidays, lied with .society a.s it, is con- i. Tuesd.ay cf ,this, week in Wood-( Visiting in ,the home of Mr.,stituted, he has grold toward villc. We are sched,uled to play ,and Mrs. Audrey Hu,ghes Sunday a better way of life. 'About 400 ,,,:.. Chamberlain Hunt a 2:3,0 `th.a,t were several relatives, Miss Mar- yea,rs age. Sir Thomas More .-:.., d.ay. darer Welch and Mr. and Mrs.[ gave the name "Utopia" to : Last Toes'day the Puppetown L. Langley of Zachary, La., and visions or dreams of a better Players' of Greenwood presented lMrs. Lewis Freeman of Clinton, iway of life. and that name has ':, 'The Sword in the Stone ,in th.e IL a endured. , before -a lrge, --',,,., gy t"' t " r J '  ,S,,,, ..... s Sunday in the home Mrs. Germany followed the aud..ence. The younger studen`tsl of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCraine search for Utopia from its be- it immensely, and even were Mr. and ,Mrs. R. E. Forten,-lginning S in the Old Te,t,amen The older students ,d,rtfitAed berry, J,r., and 'son, lodney, of I thread h Greek. Roman and that it was an interesting 0r,o-' Columbi, a and, Mi'. .and Mrs." Renaissance literature into the duetion. R. M. Anc,ers and amily f negative utopian thinkin and La,s't Thur, sd, ay a program on Zachary. w.riting of our time. She /sta, ted Medtdal ;Cai eer.s was presente Mrs,. Pea.rl AnderSon is s,pen)d- that the three utopia'n writings by Dr. Dick FieTd and other ing several days his week via- Uaat have had the far- m,embers ,of the Field Memorial iting ,in the home of her daugh- reaching influence on Wes,tern Community Hospital staff to ter, Mrs. Oscar Coney, in Mad- thought are Plato's "Republic," Junior:s and Seniors. Those w.ho nolia. Sir Thomas ,Mare's "Utopia" ,heard the progva agree I Mrs. Jim Barker spen`t Sun- and Karl Marx's Communist d'ay and Men:day with Baton Manifes.o. S,he concluded with it was both Interesting and edu- ,i Rouge relatives, the thought that `man's di,scon- cational, The Spans,h ClrUb had a I tents have always b,eer the doughnut sale last Frtd,ay. It a,re on their way BIRTHS measure of .his dream,s. looks like they ] Following the !rogram, guests to Mexico. I Born to Mr and Mrs. Aubrey were invited into the The Forestry Club et Fmda Y' Lloyd Kirkla.nd of Centreville in room to be served xefres,hments Apr,il 7, fo t, ts, fin,al meeting Field Memorial C, ommunty Has- from ,an attractively decorated c,f ,the year, At that time Mr.'pltal on. April 12, a son, Daryl tea table. T.racy Smith..County Forester, S(tt. P,aternal gr, andparents ....... slho.vtecl, the group a film en- are Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Klrk- Mrs. Ray Callender and Mrs. itled "S,outhern Hrdwoo,d." land of Centreville, and ma'ter- L. M. Parnell visited frien,ds in The .So'tenth arcade geography nat. ,grand,mother is.Mrs. Addie the Street neighbor.hood Sun- clas,es enjoyed a luncheon .of Jaelson, La. day. . '." noon last Irtday. The foodls I scarred ere ,made .accord4ng to .:.., vecSpes fc.m some .of th,e co.n- tries of Europe and Asia h,at the cla,sses have been studying. The mev,u included: oriental bur,.era, Danish style vegetables, t Italian pizzas, F, renc,h bre'ad, t Spanish cornbread, Chinese eg.g I rolls, Span,h olives, dates, ea, I hot tamales, Swedish meatballs, I beef strog, aniff, spazhetti and meat sauce, oriental rice and other mice dishes, tossed salad with Italia dressing,,an cheese, Chinese capdy clu.stens, Fench marshmallow treats, and coconut pies. For guests, the class invited all their Seventh Grade teachers, and Mr. I-Iorne: The class appreciates he help .given by ,the mthers who pre- ared the food and, b.v Mrs. Mrs. Earl DuBose, a member of. the Planning Committee for - ' . ; Library Week, and Mrs. Mildred Field look over a part of the ''  .' " arts and crafts display which was one of the features of the IAbrary Week observance at the Kevin Poole VanCleave Memorial .Library . "f NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK an ,attend .the ,twenty-fi,fth re-  On Wednesday morning, a tin'ion' of her clas and the Cen- DRAWS MUCH INTEREST AT I very enjoy,able coffee was held ennlal Celebratton of .the col- VAN 'CLEAYE LIBRARY for the busine.s men and women '. ' , of Centreville. The next morn- "' " On Th.ursfl, ay bhe youth ou'o la.tionl Lbrary Week started Iing the Gloater Library Club of the Norwood Baptist Church off w, lth a bang at ,the Kevln was .given a guided tour ,of the wtll ,preserV an, Easter program Peele Van Cleave ,Memorial Li-[library by Mrs. Rush and Mrs. in son,g .and scripture at ;s- brary on Monday night, April 9. I Poole. The students ,brow,.ed - sembly. Hobbies of many local, people  among the books and looked at We are 'all lool.Ing forward to wqre attractively displayed. Of/the many native exhibits and cur Easter holiday on, Friday. great interest was the Taster's were served dead,hoots and Fair with .an attractive tea table punch. Tlsat night The Hill Top CANCER CRUSADE laden w,ith fo.ods nade rom Band gave a ,p:ogr,am of coun- ecipes `taken from cook books ltry and western music. KICKOFF COFFEE bel.ongin,g to the li, brary. [ $ puppe show staged by Mrs. on Tue'd:ay `morning,' Mrs.[ Rials of McComb brought .his :..., SET ON APRIL 30 Ken,t Van Cleave had a rY. Ivery busy week of programs at Mrs. C. J. Richardson, fund hour for the day nursery school/the library to a close. Adults as chairman for the Centarille 'and the kindergarten. That well as children enjoyed this Cancer Cru,;de, announces that nlsh:t Mrs. Loretta .Rush from veery entertaining event. the drive wi,l.1 ,begin with, a the Gloater School tibrary with A t t e n t i o n was effectively " Kick-Off Coffee at her re'sidence two students put on an interest- focused on the library durin,g t,,, ..... cn Mon<ay, A'pril 30, a,t 9 a.m. log skit. Through the courtesy he week, and Mrs. J. Carl Peele ]" o*In  IVrs Rlchardon s of .South Cen,t,ral Bell a short ,and her committee are to be (:  ' , oo. , e ' ' , ,. ,. " " !;.' co-chmrmat for the Cncer film ws .shown by the Rev. cohgratulated por the success i!i:'. Drive is Mrs.. J. J. Warre . .. : of the week's evernts, :. , ,., - .... ,, ....... ':' I",-, ' '' ,'. . . . " ' ,  ,*i," t . '':' .... "K '"' ........ ; . .,,: . . % .  ,,. Magnolia Ready To Eat Whole lb. 89c Shank Haft lb. 79c Butt Haft lb. 9,c Ham Steak lb. $1.09 Farmand 5 lb. Can HAM $6.29 PAAS EASTER-EGG DYE 2 pkg. .,% DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES box 38c FRESH EASTER.EGGS 3d0z. 79c MRS. SMITH PIE SHELLS 2 in pkg. 39c BLUE PLATE 00AYONNAI SEqt.jar54c HEINZ STRAINED case of 24 BABY FOOD $2.12 Pride of Ilinois, 303 cans CORN, C. S: 5 cuns ??c King Size TIDE, FAB or AJAX DETERGENT box 99c DALE CHUNK PINEAPPL OLD D IZ 20 lb. bag E, No. 2 39c CHARCOAL $1.19 44c Big 18 inch Roll Alcoa FOIL WRAP FLORIDA FRESH NEW POTATOES lb. llc BORDEN'S FRESH BUTTER Ib, FLORIDA FRESH 79c CARROTS, lb. bag 10c HOLSUM or SUNBEAM FLORIDA FRESH BREAD,4-30crI0avesgSc ORANGES, 5 lb. bag 59c (With $5.00 Purchase) Parkmeadow Shopping Center -- Centreville