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Paqe 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslpp; Friday, pril 2,7, 1973 Centr e ville N-e--00s Pine Hills DYB P.bnshed every V,'tday by Opens Season Monday : Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 89889 ) ; :# Baseball League opened the 1973 7eZ27 v i.ili_ t7 h e ." hTm -- Ce=:i ITe :d2y- , season n Monday night of this lohn S.i,ewls, Owner & Editor Vi Ac e week at the league park in of Mr. and Mrs. OD en ann Gloster with the first or twenty mother, Mrs R A Allums dur- , NEWS rela,.ly scheduled doubl- ubserlpl.lon Rates: One year, ing the Easter holidays were header games which will be $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 mos., Mr..and Mrs. Tom Bennett and In spite of the bail weather played on Monday and Friday .- $1.25. Payable in advance, children, Amy ,and Thomas, of last week. we pltycd our b.s2- nights through June 29. Second Class postage paid at Baton Rouge, Mrs. Vena Mae ball games in the dist':ict tour- In tl]e season opener Monday, Woodvllle, Miss. 3!}669. Smith from LSU, Mr. and Mrs. nament at Woodville. On Wed- the Centreville nine downed I E.A. Williams of Pascagoula, nesday we: defeated Chamber- Glcster 9-8 in a 7-inning game. 10% OFF and Miss Johnntne Bell f,rm lain Hunt 10-2. On Thursday Terry Mann was .the winning Mississippi State University. Franklin Christian defeated us Ditcher, giving up 10 hits. and Off all Ferry-Morse POIJTICAL , Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tale soent 7-3. On Friday we played Adams Randy Seal, the loser, yielded A,,.Tf,rT,Tf*.,,,XTnnC ]the Easter holidays with their Ct] an2 won 3-1. Saturday .... ,. 5 hits. Ron Ivy and Glen Steph- Garden SEE D INUUJNt, IUD'[]IIla ibrother and slster-in-law, Mr. n!ght we played F, ranklin Chris- 'd .: ens hit back-to-back home runs The Woodville Republican i's nrdstM:Sl Bi!reJn::ediheaZl; 4-0.finn eV.minatingagam and thiSthemtimefromWe wonthe f.rinOlOster.the nightcap, Crosby ':" authorized t,o announce the fol-! ...... All Neaf lowing candidates in the May her family members, Mrs. tournament. The Championship downed Woodville 4-0 behind - Democratic primries m the Natal,to oobe;r and Mr. and play o f f between Wilkinson the 2-hit pitching of Keith I Armour Star Chunk Mrs. Lou's Faek and famiiy of Ocunty Christian Academy and Smith. Carl Cavin, the losing BOLOGNA Town of Woodville: Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Centreville Academy is sched- pitchc,r, gave up 5 hits. ' FOR MAYOR Jones of Des Moines, Iowa. uled to begin at 3:3D Monday On Friday night. Liberty and l Town Of Woodville Mr. and Mrs. Alton Oaulfield afternoon.. Centreville meet in the opener lb. 75c ROBERT F. CATCHINGS of Monr, ce, La.. were Eter Th, e playground equipment or- anti Woodville and Oloster in CHARLES E. JOHNSON holiday guests in the home of d, ered earlier by the Parent- the second game. Monday the MARVIN N. LEWIS hls sister, Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst, Teacher Olub arrived this week', games will be Crosby vs. Liberty Armour Nira-Cure an. other Oentrevllle relatives. The elementary school students and Woodville vs. Centreville. Mr. ,and Mrs. Kent Vn Cleave excited ove,r the prospect of The 15 boys who will repre- BACON FOR ALDERMAN and family tva,d as heir Easter fun on slides, lateral bars and sent Woodville In the 1973 Pine Town Of Woodville weekend ,house guests Mr. and swings. Hills Dixie Youth Baseball I 12 oz. pkg. The Seniors plan o present League were announced thisl 7  GARY D'AQUILLA Mrs. M, A. Martin ,of Mobile, their play on Friday of this I week by local officials, J C ANTHONY (Tony FLACCOMIO Ala. week. There 'will be a matinee I With Parham Oeter serving LOUIS M. NETTERVILLE Mrs. R. J. Field has returned at 1:15 and' an evening per- I as coach, me,tubers of the 1973 RON SENKO home following a visit with Dr. and Mrs. John S. Land et Reck- formance a`t 7:30. 'Hip Hippiel team include: 12-yea,r-olds, Fla. Ruby Red FOR-MARSHAL hill, South Carolina. Hooray' "is a comedy that its I .Gregory Webster, Bubba John- 00ra.e, uit Town of Woodville [ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dalton and both probing and funny and not stn, Frank Ross, Ernle Smith, v r--r I sbns, Steven and Rett, of Ious- at all self-righteous., in fact. Carl Ray Cavin. and Mark Ca- FRED McCARSTLE I tn'end houseTeXaS'guestsWere of"asterhis motherweek-it really swings, and every senior vin; ll-year-olds, Louis Stur- 5 lb. bag in-the class ha.s a part in the geon, Randy Dale. Eric Skinner. 59C JACKSON FOLK SINGERS and brother, ,Mrs. R. L. Dalton play, and they say they are David Ferguson, David Wilker- having a lot of fun during their son, David Allen McKey, ,and ENTERTAIN TOWN CLUB and Mr. Rufus Dalton. practices. I James Floyd; and 10-year-old, Family members visiting .re- Bob Herrington and William Florida Juice A regular meeting o.f the Town cently for the weekend  the Volunteer electricians are working hard to get our stage Longmi,re. ORANGES :': Club was held in the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Lea Me- lights installed and operating Members of ,he C,entreville .home of the V. S. Mulkeys on Key were Mr. and Mrs. ]axl Lee by curtain ti, me on Friday a{ter- squad include: Daniel Gallent. Monday evening with approx,i-MeKey of Jackson, .Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Biggs, Jerry Byrd, Gary ,.' for 10C  .. mutely forty-five in attendance. Dave Taylor .and son, David Lea, noon. Crum. Tommy Whittington, Vie- Assisting Mrs. Mulkey with the of Baton Rouge, ,and M'. a,nd The World History Cla,ss .is for McKey, Tommy MoGul,re. Ty h.cstess duties were Mrs. Donnie Mrs. Chippy Cooke of New Or- going to Baton Rouge on Mort- Corbin, Rip McGraw, Terry :,' ': day night 1o see the film "Young Calif. Vine Ripe !,::,.!: Nutt. M,rs. John Templetn, and leans. Mann, Ben. Caulfield. Billy . ,:,'' Mrs. Billy McGregor. Winston." Mrs. Conerly is s,pon- Rodgers, Jay Caulfield. Cliff ' ""AAA'ii""'ir"' soring the trip. Jelks, and David Owens. Coaches i  |/-/il;; t .: Following the bountiful cov- Mrs. M. L. Robinson has e- Volunteers last week eom- are Buck Byrd and Robbie Rob- ered dish din.her served n a turned ,home fr, e.m a tri p to plete d the ceiling in the care- I1.]11 29c  .. .spring setln,g, a business ses- erson. .... ion was conducted by t, he pres- Florida with Mr. and Mrs. K,arl teria. Our regular faithful voI- iden.t, Mr. Pat Conerly. The slate'Ewald unteers were joined in this un- L E T T E R S of officers re-elected for the ] Mr. and .Mrs.. R. C, Woltz of der`taking by a number of Jy- Our thanks to John Boyle, Sr.. employee of Amoco Producing Save 25c ensuing year are: Mr. Con,exly, Fort Wayne, Ind., were ,reeent leees. To The Editor co., of Natchez, for these high water scenes taken about two .pres'dent; Mrs. lrarl DuBose, guests in the ho,me of her sister, I The Soanish Club returned weeks ago, New Freedom by White, and Mr - -- Dear Mr. Lewis: vice president; and Mrs. Hollis Mrs. Wexler "lMonday morning and reports Top photo shows the east entrance to Lakeview Lodge, with I was delighted with the Feminine Na Knightn," secret, ary-treasurer. I white" , . ,, I they had a wonde,rful ,time in water almost covering the.gas pump at right center which is W, oodville Pilgrimage, and I The high poin,t of the evening  Mr. ,and Mrs. M. E. ,Causey. onbe.ey. Next weel we will located on a porch normally, high above the, ground, would also like to ,thank you box" of 1 2 was the entertainment pre- and Mrs. R. J. Knightor spent try to give in this column s,ome In the ec, nter photo nre Amoco "heater treaters" which serve' f:cr the copy of Pilgrimage Edi- 29c --+^ b" folk siners ,rom{bhe las.ter holidays i Hunts- interesting details ,of their trip. producing oil wells in Stamps and North Stamps Fields west of tion of your oldest paper in %.n Mrs Ral-h Polk ]ville, ,la., s guests in the Bestdes Dr. and Mrs, Keith Fort Adams. Mississippi t,hat you gave ,to us. homes of their children :" Wayne Bolton and Bill Co,itCh. ' , , .Mr. and', Miller, the group was acem- At bottom are the roofs of a few of the many camps on 'the I thoroughly enjoyed my copy i'.!!i " Other out-of-to'wn gests' were M,rs. Wilton Causey and Mr. and pan,led, by Mr. and Mrs. Henry east bank of Lake Mary which have been inundated by the record and I have now 'stashed it away .Saw 50c Mrs Bolton and Mr. Polk of Mrs. ugh harrpe and their Willis Darden. ff, ackson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles i,milies. The Parent-Teacher Club met flood waters of the MississiDDi River. among my souvenirs .... KracklJn My ,pil,grimage .to Historic :f.' Herrin.g of Natchez, and Mrs, ,Mr. and Mrs. Conw, ay Hughes in the libra,ry last Thursday Woodvllle ith ,t,he Un4versal DOG FOOD Irene Street ,of Yazoo City. and son, Dickie and Miss Cathy night. Mr. Holhs Knighton was Registrvr Tells Law Code of 1942, provides in part Tour lifted my .her`t. I came elected to serve as president for ...... ;,-- W,^ " ...A person wh,a moves from home .and described it: "Like a if, Stewb.rt of Vldalia, La., spent , ._ , . - -n-I G,,,,,u -,=-o 25 lb. bag Easter Sunday visiting in the anomer year. we .unaersa a one voting precinct to anot.her day in ,Heaven".... MRS. CARR HOSTESS AT home of his parents, Mr. and the PTC is considering the pos.-I Who Change Precincts shnll not be disqualified to vo`te, Woodville was known to me 1 O ' DESS..RT BRIDGE 'PARTY Mrs. Audrey Hughes. sibility of provtdin,g an enriched lut he shah be entitled to have mathematics and science pro-] Smuel E. mith, circuit clerk h:s registration transferred to years ago when I visi.ted friends 1 " *  Mrs. Gordon Caxr was hostess cfMiSSthe localMinnao]s,Erstling'attendedmembert'he gram for tile elementary, school la nd v,oter registrar for Wilkin- his new ward upon making i.n Centrevlle, ,the Cliffords .... Save 10c for the Afternoon Desser Bridge annual meeting of the Oranct Coach H.ously and .the Eigh`th son Couny, has asked tha`t we request therefor, at any time up they knowing my 10ve for old Club Thursday afternoon, enter- Chapter of the Order of the Ora2e plan to go to vhe Gulf publish the following reminde,r o five days prior to the elee-housc drove me vhere. It waS taining at ,her attractive resi- Easter Star in Jackson last Coast next Saturday for a day to voters who mo;e from one tion at which h offers ts vote, lovei haveatremainedfirs't sigh`t.awayHOWso long?CUl:   ,Kraft , dense, week. of fun and sun. This will be voting precin, ct to another, and if the removal occurs within   Winning high score ws Mrs. I Mrs. W. L. Tayior spent the their annual class trip. Section 3374-60.. Mississ.ippi five days of suc:h election he The lure of Wocdvllle is not - - Frances McDanieI, second high hall be entitled to vote In the only the per,feet old homes the ''" Mrs. Chales Campbell, low Mrs. Ea,ter l,o.liday weekend with .............................................. precinct .from which he is re- t.rees and gardens ,and birds, 28 oz. bottle I:ut the beguiling people--people 59C U I PteF P 'sC 15 r; , Jck McDanie], afl the Bingo her daughter, Mrs. Jim Lowry,   CireuiL Clerk Smith pointed Sout.hern charmers- all real prize Mrs. Thomas Graham. Mr. Lowy arm children in Ba- nc rom ercy ree ( yS like Ern.esto Caldehra and the ton Rouge. out that ,according to the pro- Mrs. J. J. Warxen' and Mrs ..........  ....... ,people of poise, brains and such visions of this s.ate law , a per-I good breeding .... those .li,btie Magnolia Relative, visiting in the home J. Y. C,hapmun visited in the D.EAR MISTER EDITOR: he go, O ,k ,0 w   ,ch'  o  W 'r  m 0 V  s f, rom one voting i girl s with running feet waving :| |: ef Mrs. Oorgla Whets,tone dur- home of Mr..and Mrs. Milton . i,that toll him %o leave lis precinct to another must apply us adieulittle girls of great in,g Easter' weekend were Mrs. Fersuson and family in St. Zeke Grubb brunt a book Olmessage. Pritty soon, went on for transfer of registration at'sweetness. Lillian McLean of Zachary, La., Franclsville 'Sunday afternoon, the session at the country store 41/2 oz. can :'- and Mi'ss Ma,ry Johnson, Miss 'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Or ahem Saturday night, and it set all Ed, a person wll be like a'biddy least five days before offering Good .luck ,to the Pilgrim,age Minnie Dawson and Mrs. Inez h,ad member of their ,family as the fellers thinking about he in one of them big brooder to vote in any local district and all my love to W odville 19c Bailey, all of Jackson La. Easter weekend, guests, ,Mr. and 01d day .that weren't near as! hause' He can git born, .live 'election.. Mississippi .... i Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tate at- Mrs. Nix Miller and Mr. ,and '.good back then as they look I and die with,out ever having to" Mary Nel'son Knapp :: tended a birthd,ay arty given Mrs. Max Sanders ,and littleson, from .here. It was "Dr. Uase'sl speak to ,or touch another Timmy Carr o J,ackson spent (Mrs. Aleander ,Paysn, for Mrs. Charlotte Redhead at Lance, of H ailey4ille Ale., and New Recipe Rok" %hat was put human being. Save 33c Act ual, broke in C.lem the Easter hltd.ays "with .his Knpp) Lake Rosemound Saturday Thomas Graham, Jr., from Ole out in 1882. Zeke aid his old Webster, they't ,no way a parents,'Mr.'ad Mrs. Gordon 129 South Dupre' Van Camp nl, Miss. lady found it recen.t when she feller .can keep UP wit,h this Carr. New Oxleans, La. 7011g TUNA FISH . , - ' "' , .... , ws goirg through ,a trunk of dizzy orld. Cl,m said ,he'saw a ' Shop dds'anderdsherMahad{lve lieeethethrdra'yWherethis Vi inia Lynn Squire ler 40 Fear ago. ,do=tor ,oo,,o, rg 's Reading .hrough .the book, .patJen't's .tung .is a. complete Zeke said, ,he come ,to un- w,aste of ime. Used to, he dc derstard w.hy his old lady's M,a could take your temperture and never could abide anyhingl yeuv pulse, thump yopr c.hest Save $1.00 sore bought. I.,f it weren't and check the color and coating growed or made t h,o,me, she on your lung and find qut all Lou Ana .figgred, it weren't fit. What he needed to know about you. is - -. WILKINSON COUNTY'S FINEST Dr. ease put ou,t, llowed Zeke, Now he hook, s you up to a row of VEG. OIL was :smything but a cook,book, machines that makes marks Hi reci,pes .was fer eve.rthing norst ,a paper and he's g o`t to one year old 1 gal. can from how to waterproof harness send them ,off to a specialist`to $1 59 MEN'S SHOP leather to how to treat kidney find ,out If you're welt, sick or stones to ,how o make gln,ger dead. and (With $5.00 Pu'rcha beer. If you follered Dr. C,a:se's Bug Hookum was agreed so .advice, Z0ke declared, pou much Js going on we got to take Has could turn o,u ewrthing of,feted one kind of new at a Ume. Bug tn one of t, hem big-ciW shog- had saw where a court in We're going to celebrate with an ping cen.ters. California has ruled ,that a , /IPIII/P Thin,king about the book, Ed youngun on roller skates is a: LI:VI 3 Dolib`tie said folks made bheir vehicle, so ,he's looking fer Anniversary SALE .'(b ' own soap andwhitewash when wimmen in them bell bottom !ii. he was coming along, and hip hugger britches to be k;:v:, In roceries was s cheap as a declared ,a traffic hazard. It ain't no wonder, Bg Dresses .V3 off Sportswear 20% off ..; man could raise em. Ed said he. , :. fer one, dtdn*t want to go hack allowed, ,that we can 'be con- .;::, ;to them ds. BuS, there are vinced that dropping he dollar '*:::;::; Boy's and Student's Sizes come %hirgs, .allowed ]d, hat v,a]ue 10 cents ove,rseas, san,g Lingerie 10% off ; .... has got to modern, and an- the Russians ,140 million on ,.:.:, .. swering services is one of em. that whea deal and raising he ;:.j"., He said he had to ,telephone the price of flor here s ,good fer '"" Parkmeadow Centreville 'doet6r ,the other day about the country. Parkmeadow Shopping Cenfer-Centreville Parkmeadow i. . gltting ,a erscrtPtion refilled, ' . ours.truly, ' ;':' " , .... - but i,t was .after 5 o clock g;nd all Uncle'Pete ', Centreviile ,./'/,:'. ,.', ,. ,.," .:.. , , , ' : ..... . ,.  , ...... , , .' , , .. ...... , ....  ,, :,; ., ,,.