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April 27, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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i,2! -. 4 Friday, April 27, 1973 CI,ASSII IED ADS x The Woodville Republlean, Woodville, Misslsslpp! HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInlIILIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII From The Files Of STRAYED: Two smM1 black and tan Bea'zle females, from my The Republican home place. Both wearing col- lars with my :=ame. It seen, I please call Harold Humphrcys "Backward, turn backward, at 888-4Z05. ] Oh Time, in thy flight . , . ." 4,27/1w I ,..tl|..|...il......*.......|.....-----,m FOR SJLE: 14 ft. x 3g inch oval 25 YEARS AGO I swimm!n pol with filter.[ [ $75. Jimmie Grs. 888-4372. , Mrs. Leisa Bates of the local I 4,27/t1 telephone office expects to go STRAYED: Male Beagle. a,bout 8 moni, is old. f.rom my home near old drive-in theatre on Highway 24. If found, please call 888-6683. 4/27. lwp up to Vicksburg next Monday where she will spend the week attending a conference of Chief Operators of the Scm.hern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stevens and little daughter. Diane, of FOR SALE: Four horses. $65, $75, 5. and S10g. Buy one and ride m the Parade. One riding sad- dle one paint horse good for children and teenagers. Bill Withers. phone 888-4209. 4/27., lwp FOR SALE: One buckskin mare, about 8 years old, with saddle and bridle; one bay gelding, about 4 years old. saddle and bridle. Good for ladies and ehil- Sunday at the home of Mrs. B. dren riding. $300 each. Phone D. Ilgenfritz. 888-645. 4/27/tf Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry ex- pect both ef their daughters ATTENTION MEN and their sons-in-law for ,the SEMI -DRIVER TRAINEES E aster weekend, Mr. and M, rs. NEEDED: Local & Over-the- Charles W Shrader from Ba,ton Re,ad driver training being of- Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Warren fered through facilities of .a Mayronne from New Orleans. major truck line. On-the-job Misses Martha Kee and Mary type training; no experience Lou Massey are arriving hom necessary. Indust,ry wages ex- M. S. C. W. tomorrow evenizg ceed $8 per hour with benefits, to spend their ,ten day spring For immediate application call holiday at their homes here. Area Cole 404/875-2941 ,r write' " Mss Massey will be accompa- to, Eagle ount.ain Corp.; P. O..nie by her roommate, Mtss Box 38; Atlanta. Georgia 30080'lwho will be her house guest. 4/27/tf [ Agnes, Borrows, of West Point, FOR bet,er cleaning, to keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent elez- tric shampooer $1. Ben Franklin Stare. FOR SALE: One Hammond Ca- dett Electronic Organ with double keyboard. Call 888-6689. 4/20/3wp Crosby News Postal People Day Sunrise Services In Crosby Observance Set Apr. 30 On Easter Sunday, April 22. there was a Sunrise Service for Postmaster Clifford E. Wheeler the Crc'by United Methodist disclo'.sed this week that custo- and Baptist Churches at C,rosby mere. attending the 'Woodwille United Methodist Church. The "Festal People Day" observance services were held ouhsid, e on the church lawn beginning at 6:00. Rev. Clyde Arender. host pas- tor, led in the music service with a choir made up of the youth of the Crosby area. The preach- ing service was conducted by Rev. Stephen Hicks of the Cros- by B.aptist Chu,rch. who gave a wonderful message about Easter. After the services were over. New Roads. La.. were ,here ,the coffee. ,grange juice and dough- past we e k end vi:s'.ting her nuts were served. Nearly 100 mother. Mrs. A. W. Lanehart per.sons were present. and family. Thanks have been extended to the members of the Crosby Miss Addle Leak has gone back to Baton Rouge after UMYF who set out and a,rranged the seats before the services and spending the past ,week at the home of her brother and s,is,ter- returned them afterwards. Mrs. Maxine Arenfler IIon0reit in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Leak. The Crosby United Methodist Mr and Mrs. Sam :l. Lambert Youth Fellowship gave a sur- and their young son. S. J., Jr., ,prise birthday party in hono,r of Baton Rouge were guests last of Mrs. Maxine Arender. their 50 "gEARS AGO Mr. Geo. Martens returned home early Tuesday morn,lag [ from a tw, o day visit to Jackson ! :and while thexe was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mc- Keithen. [ Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Miller, Mrs. J. A Walker and Miss WANTED: Lan6s to Sell. Let Dannie Millerwent up toNatch- us sell y, ou;r lands too. Call ez on Tuesda'y ftern, oon, re- Ciarles L. Barry & Associates. 442-1921. Natchez. 4/13/8wp FOR SALE: Kenmore portable washer and dryer, ,with stack rack. both run on 110 volts, gold Color. Have moved from apart- mnt to house. Just ,one year old, like new. cost $450. sell for $300. Call 888-4293 or 5471. 4/13/tf turning home ,the same evening. Mrs. D. H. Wallace and little daughter. Margaret, spent Sat- urday .and Sunday in New Or- leans. Mr. Wallace went down Sunday morning ,a.d retu.rned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ford, Jr., and little daughter of Beaver Creek were guests of ,her mother. Mrs. W. D. Anderson, on Tuesday. 'OUSE FOR SALE Carter -ub Mr Fred Plitt went down to di ............. : ^ " .,'lNew Orleans on Tuesday morn- VIIOD -oeuroom, z-oal;n, .... ._,_ large den arnd kitchen Spacious ing on a snort 'ousmeas r,p. lot Call 888 2721 " " , I Mr A W Lanenart wno s . - tor appom:- ." raen unques.tmnably one of t,he most ueeessful planters in his NOTICE: Both drum and disc ,county, sold 28 bales of cotto d uxing the week in ,this town fcr 30 cents per pound, f. o. b. Woodville. This gert, leman is one of the farmers who h,a,s made cotton, each ,and every yea,r, despitethe b.oll weev, il, so he justly deserves the lucrative price at which he 'has bad his recen, t sale. 75 YEARS AGO Dr. J. C. lbert and Non. J. A. Red,he.d were visitors to our town duxing the erly pr,t of this week attending,the im- migration meeting. Mr. and rs. Ben Rothschild and daughter bid farewell o Vheir old leme in Wilkinson type brakes turned at Fa.ust Equipment Sales, $2.50 on drum Ype. $3.00 on disc type We do not remove ox install. Faust Equipment Sales, Phone 888- 4260. 4/13/4w OR SALE: 3-bedroom, 2-bach brick h,ome .and grocery store located in Centreville. Phone 645-4831. 3/23/2mo EXPERT REPAIRS on Watches, Eye Glasses, Jewelry, Clocks, lountain Pens, and Electric Razors. Every job guaranteed. See our excellent selection of Watch Bracelets and Watch Bands. Coun,ty on Monday last, much[ to he regret to their many friends. They are bound for[ New York where. Mr. lokhschild I [will engage in the Japanese[ ] wares business. We, ogether ] ] wih .their many friends, sin- ] [cerely hope .they will prosper WOOD'S Woodville, Mississippi W-TED TO BUY: lulpwo0d both long, and short wood -- Mixed Hardwoods and Oak- Pecan-Hiclory. F r e e thnber Mrs. A C. Joseph arid daugh- ter were passengers on Mon- daY's train for New Orleans where fihey go to join Mr. I. S. Joseph, who is again engaged in business in the Crezcent City. Mr. Jeff Hamilton ,of Laurel Hill spent Sunday in our town as the guest of h nephew, Dr. C. S. Hamilton. raarkng service. E. D. Massey, 41 Homochitto St., Ntchez, in their new field. llss. FOI SALE: Large ,red saddle mare, 3 gaited, $250. Call 645- 5621 4120/tf Want Ads Get Quick Results! The group presented Mrs. Arender a small dis.h ga,rden as a token of thanks for all her many months of devoted ',service and he1!fu aid with wishes that her coming years be as good as lhe pas. After a party feast of cake, ice cream, potato chips and dip, and Cokes Mrs. Arender said. "This surprise was a pc,treat way to end a day that started at ,the local post office April 30 will be given attractive free souvenir envelopes. Ceremonies will be held April 30 f.cr issuance of a unique new et of ten 8c postage stamps honoring two-thirds of a million postal people across the nation, including the Woodville em- ployee,s. U. S. Postma.ster General E. T. Klassen, in proclaiming the week of April 29 through May 5 as "P.cstal Week." called it "an appropriate occasion fo:r recog- nition of the vital responsibili- ties assigned to the mail service and a valid tie to take stock of the challeriges which must be ointly met by postal people and by millions of citizens going up, .to draw ttention to the event and tell about the new stamps. The souvenir envelopes, to be available in a limited quantity on-a ,first-come" basis at the local p,cst office April 30, will be imprinted or "cacheted." In addition, the postmaster said a quantity of eacheted en- velopes will be prepared in ad- vance bearing all ten postal stamps. These "firs day ' covers, as they are known to collectors, will be postmarked by hand with the it.col post office postmark and will be sold for only the actuN charge for .the ten stamps, or 80c, as long as they last, DELCRAFT BOATS counselor, .on Sunday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m. at the church. off so beautiful." in regards t,o tle unnse services that morn- ing. SUPER SALE! Misses Roberta and Lynn Rushing were home from MSCW for the Easter holidays. Mrs. Modena Tillcxy was in her Crosby home last week. Miss Patty Molloy returned home, to Houston, Texas, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Smith and family Easter Sunday. throughout America who depend upon the mail ms. an essential part of their personal and bus- iness lives." To provide an appropriate at- mosphere for postal week cele- brations, ,the postmaster is "dxessing ,up" the loc,al post office. "Postal Week" displays provide a festive and ho:spit,ble background inside and outside the post office lobby. In addi- tion, streamers, bunting, flags, etc., will be used, he said. "Postal Week" posters are also C00,/o.u Blloxi, Miss. Airman An- thony E. Juneau son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Barrov of St. Franclsvllle, La., has graduated .at Keesler AFB, from the U. S. Air F o r c e c, ommtmicatlons equipment repairman course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman, .who was taught installation and maintenance of high-powered ground corn- If you have just moved to town, we can help make getting settled easier for you with a new checking account. A checking account is the modern, safe way to handle all those payments that come with setting up a new household. Utility deposits.., furniture.., and other expenses paid with a check give you a complete record of how you spend your money. If you are moving in today.., drop by tomorrow and open your checking account with'us, 30% OFF Reg. Retail Prices Sale Ends Saturday, April_28th WARREN'S SPORTING GOODS U. S 61 North Phone 888- FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK BRANCH OF DEPOSff GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK GRQW WITH US/CENTREVILLE MISS./MEMBER EI).I.,. ;!.:4, Page 5 munieutions equipment, is being assigned to Barksdale AFB, La., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command, Amer- ica's nuclea, r deterrent farce of long range bombers and inter- continental ballistic missles. Airman Juneau is a 1972 graduate of Wilkinson County Christian Academy His wife. Vickle. is the d.aug.h- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sum- roll of Route 1. OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED AT NOON ON SATURDAYS, EFFECTIVE NOW. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Oloster, Miss. ,(i " ' L