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age 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, May 4, 1973 ... , rh00woo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, Centreville News Mr. John H. Vought, former] CANCER CRUSADE KICK-OFF he.ad football coach at Ole Miss and vice-chairman of the Mis- The Americ,an Cancer Soci- sissippi Game and Fish Corn- ety's fund-r:dsing Crusade for Liberty Takes Lead In Pine Hills DYB $4.00; 6 rues., $2.25; 3 rues., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at WoodvllJe, Miss. 39669. I Centreville Academy I NEWS Libc,rty took the lead in the The high school baseball sea- Pine Hills Dixie Youth Baseball son ended for us last week when standings following three nights'our team, runner-up in the dis- of play with a 2-0 record, fol- trict championship match was lowed by Centreville will] a 2-1 defeated by Wilkinson County slate. Cl,risL"an Academy 4-3. mission, and Mr. Sam V. Morae cf Gulfport, a commission mem- ber, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Buck Darden and enjoyed a couple of days of turkey hunting while here. Mrs. Etta Faye Duck attended the District UDC c0nven%lon in Natchez last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright spent the weekend visiting ,in he home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davidson. anti family in West Point. Mrs. Taft 501anson was a re- cen;t weekend guest in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr..and Mrs. McKinley Johnson, in Gulfp0rt. Mr. R. E. "Bob SIrs of Syra- cuse, N. Y., stopped over for a xecent weekend visit with his mother, lIrs. Vernon Sims, while en route to New Orle'ans on a ,business trip. .Miss Ir'ma Butler visited in the home of her sister, Mrs. Es- telle Ratcliff, and ,family in Student Council. welcomed the student body and guests and gave an interesting definition of Centreville Academy. Principal Hillery Horne gave lhe objectives of the three] branches of Centreville Academy a he prcsented the awards to ct,h group. Tte przgram was closed with] Henderson SUGAR 5 lb. bag 64c the Ccntreville area was kicked Liberty downed Centreville last We have learned that two of prayer by Ellen Caulfield. off on Monday, April 30. with Friday night 11-1 with Chuck our bzys made South AA All- Over 50 honor roll certificates I- ' ..... VanNorman and Dale Caston Division baseball team. They arc were given in grades 1-12 with hitting dome runs for the win- John Anderson and Stoney Lof- the sixth grade receiving the I ners. Caston was the winning tin. most and the third grade eom-I a nine o'clock coffee held ab the home of Mrs. C. J. Richard- son. who again' this year is seJrving as fund chairman for the area. She is being assisted by Mrs. J. J Warren. co-chair- man.- Mrs. Ann Wilkerson of the Wilkinson County Healt.h De- partment gave an interesting and constructive talk pointing cut the necessity of having a regular check-up by a physician once a year, discussing the five types of cancer, and listing eight alarm signals. Mrs. Richardson closed the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woodvllle Republican i,s authorized to announce the fol- lowing candidates in .the May Democratic primaries, in the Town of Woodville: FOR MAYOR Town Of Woodville ROBERT F. CATCHtNGS CHARLES E. JOHNSON MARVIN N. LEWIS FOR ALDERMAN Town Of Woodville GARY D'AQUILLA ANTHONY (Tony) FLACCOMIO LOUIS M. NETTERVILLE RON SENKO FOR MARSHAL Town of Woodville FRED McCARSTLE GENERAL ELECTION June 5, 1973 FOR MAYOR Town of Centreville pither, giving up 5 hit.s, and, I The Spanish Club has been Tommy Whittington the loser, entertaining us with highlidhts yielding 14 lilts. Glo,ter of their trip ever since they re- In Friday's nightcap, - turned from Mexico la:st Men- bested Wocdville 5-3. Winning day. Besides attending a bull- pitcher Bob Hye,r gave up 2 hits fight, wl]ich most of the stu- while loser Eric Skinner was dents agree was the most ex- touched for B. citing experience of the entire Monday night Liberty defeated trip, the class toured the city Natchez visited in the homes of ing m second. ] Awards in junior high and high school were presented as follows : 7th Grade : Math Jimmy Peele: Science. Leisa Koch; Geography, Ted Dalferes: Eng- lish, Timmy McKey. Crosby 3-1. with Dale Caston' of Monterey, visited Hzrsetail 8th Grade: Science Ellen pitching a 1-hitter. Cur, tis Lane-iFalls. shopped at he Market, Caulfield: History, Jennie Lynn hart was charged with the loss. rode he incline to Gracia Caves, Ja,mes: English, Rhonda O'Delh program by adding that Wilkin- ner Terry Mann and loser Carl son County received the 1972 Ray Cavin each giving up 8 hits. plaque for their outstand,ing work with the Cancer Sciety. KIDDEE KOLLEGE GRADUATION APRIL 30 Graduation exercises for Hid- dee Kollege kindergarten were held on Monday, April 30, at 6 p.m. ,at the CentreviUe Meth- odist Church with 29 children In tile second game Centreville and strolled the plaza. The food, opped Woodvi]le 8-5 with win_ they say, was excellent--esp- ,cially the four course dinner at the Santa Rosa Restanrant. On Friday Mrs. C.vnerly wens , to Jackson to attend a state CENTREVILLE BOOK CLUB i conference on teen-age prob- ( IIOLDS BUSINESS MEETING i lcms She was a representative of the CA Parent-Teacher Club. Mrs. E. B. Robinson and Mrs. i Jack Lowry were co-hostesses I Last Friday the Senior Class fr the Centreville Book Club at I presen,ted a matinee aad an eve- ning performance of their play, Thursdaythe annual.aStern_,on, prilbUsiness'eeting26, nl "Hip Hippie Hooray." We be.- in llieVe the audience enjoyed this the Robinson home /. During the busine ses,sion at comedy almos as much as the which Mrs. W. K. Gliffin, pres- Seniors say they enjoyed po- ident, presided, offlc'ers for the ducing it. According to Eighth graders, 1973-74 club year were elected. ,, they had a wonderful time on Mrs. Ken.t Van Cleave, pro- their cIass trip to the Gulf gram chairman fez the after- C east last Saturday. Mrs. noon. presented a parliamentary Ramsey, Mrs. Caulfield and drill using Roberts' Rules of Coach tIousley accompanied the Math. Sissy Reynolds. 9th Gr,,de: English, Linda Hughes: Homemaking, Eileen Fhipps; Algebea, Benny Peele: Mississippi History, Robin Mc- Guire: Bible. Eft Field Funda- mental Math, Cecil Wright; Heinz Strained BABY FOOD jar 9c Liberty Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst and M, rs. Nannie Ash visited receiving certificates. their cousin, Mrs. Wrehtz Whi,te. Under .the di,reetion cf Mrs. at Southwest General Hospit,al.I Leslie Hughes and Mrs. Billy McC0mb, last Sunday.. Mrs.]White. the program opened with W,hite i's hos.pitalized with a the welcome by Mrs. Hughes. bracken hip, and best wishes Following the Pledge of Alle- from her Centreville friends go glance, the children sang "My out for 'an early recovery. Country 'Tis of Thee" accompa- nied by Mrs. White at the piano. FRED L. HETZLER Mrs. Marth.a Ann Shelton of Special group songs and finger Centrevile relatives Sunday. n play were 'featured in the pro- Mrs. Birdia Causey is spend- Visiting in the home of Mr. gram, wh!ch was concluded with ing this week visiting in the and Mrs. P. L. McGraw last lThe Lords Prayer in unison. home of her son. Mr. Vernon Wednesd,ay were Mr. and Mrs. Those receiving certificates Causey, and family in Baton Alvie Fabre and Mr. and M,rs. were: Jeff Aaron. Judy Beck- Rouge. Jack Smith of New Roads, La. nell. Missie Bennet. Mike Bla- Friends of little Ms:ter Joel lok, .Gary Box. Kenny Boykin. BIRTHS Nickel, son of David Nickel and Denise Causey, Juhn Cleland. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Dan Dalton, Tommy Duck, Kristi Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kent lNickel, regre that .he is hos- VanCleave, J,r., in Bishop, Texas, ipltalized in Field Memorial and cn March 28, a daughter, Deb-lwish for him an early recovery. crab Lynn. Maternal grand,par- Mrs. W. B. McKey of Centre- ents are Dr. and Mrs. Richard ltrevllle arid Mrs Florence Byrd l'edding of Auburn. Ala., and of Petal spen.t the weekend vis- paternal grandparent are Mr. iting in the home of theirsiste,r, and ir. Kent VanCleave of Mrs. Maxne .. ondrasek, .in CeUtre,lle. .... Memphis. "e'r{: ..... ;' : .... " Louanna Cooking OIL 48 oz. 98c .v- Large Rolls SCOTT TOWELS General Science, Charles Rogers. " "-- $1 lth Grade: World Hlstory, I  lor .00 Su_an Roberton; Geometry, I Lois Frazier; English II, Pat - ' - ----- Shore; Biology, Christy Jenkins. " " " " llth Grade: Algeb,ra II, R. L. Frazie.r: Englis,h III. Betsy Field American History, Stoney Loftln. 12th Grade: American Govern- men. John Anderson: Sociol- ogy, Joe Rollins: Advanced M, ath. Phillip McKey; English 2V. Dobbin O'Dell; Engliah V, Cheryl Schrimpf. Electives: Chemistry, Deanie Whitaker: Typing, Gary Graves: Order as a guide Bookkeeping, Sandra Boatner: group. panish, Mary Jean Griffin; After the program, the host- On Thursday afternoon of this Arts and Crafts, Melanle Cavin: esses invited their guests into week t!:ere will be a showing General Business. Sherry Mann. the dining room ,where ref,resh- of Walt Disney's "Tre,asure Is-] The Wm. Carter Company l ments were served. . land" in the gymnatorium. Ci, tizenship Awards: 8th Grade Mrs. C. J. Richardson planned - boy, Alan Shore; 8th Grade girl, -- to leave Wednesday for Belle- CENTREVILLE ACADEMY Ellen Caulfield; 12th Grade boy, rose, La.. where she will visit AWARDS DAY HELD John Anderson; 12th Grade girl, for a few- days in the home of Cheryl Sehrimpf. her son-in-law ,and daughter.  "This Is Centreville Academy"[ NEDT Awards, with percentile Mr. and Mrs. Donald Savice. and was the theme of the Awards scores: Susan Robertson. 95: Hudnell, Mike Hughes. Renee family, i Day prog, ram sponsored by the Patrick Shore. 92; Linda Hughes, Ivey, John James, Sam,antha Mrs. Etta Faye Duck is spend- Student Council Tuesday morn- tort, David Martin Laura Mar- ing several days this week in ing in the gymnatorium. tin, Karen Owen's,, Gary ReEd, r t.he home of her daughter-in- I The Rev. Donald O'Quin gave Parrish Riddle, Rhonda Rogilli0, I law, Mrs. Hazel Duck, and fam-' the devotional. Joe Rollins led ]ruce Ross, Polly S,aucier, Jay tily in Baton ROuge going espe- the Pledge of Allegiance and the Smith, David Strange, Erlnici,a]ly for" the music recital of Frank Peele family sang "I Ulmer Wayne Vine, Kth, her grardLlaughter Miss Clris- Kn.ow Who 'Holds my Hand." White. and Tonya White. I tine Duck. SUPER SUDS Giant Size 39c Jergen's TOILET SOAP High wire artist demonstrates Torino's incredibly -mooth ride. 3 large bars 25c Pillsbury Instant BREAKFAST 2 boxes 99c Bilt-Mo0re LUNCHEON or CHICKEN LOAF 3-12 oz. cans $1.00 Leanc HAMS lb. 48c II I I 92; Sherry Mann, 89; Darryl V'.nes 89. Star Student Awaxd. John Ander:son: Star Teacher ward, Mrs. W. R. Conerly. Salutatory Award, Phillip Me- Key; Valedic.tory Award, John John Anderson. president of bhe Anderson. -} Ju.t relaacod: Gran Torino 2-Door Hardtop with new Luxury Pook00,e and took a lot more than a smooth ri00e make Ford Tonno the best selhng car in the mid=size fie00d. i  MA13 Virginia Lynn's The closer you look the better we look. ,,.. % i,'" leg? gSvrr? oasyt i"/'; :" '. rOaPclllovlt:fMro/FtMaSnte;:r 7:r/n,0cs;StlsUwmtInP::: r:a , ,, ; dual ..akem.oe ':i!:, ;:: ' '  "" k  " Bohlnd Torino's smooth ride aro bettr :'!/ "''  L ' ,  Ideas In engineering. Like angle mounted ' :"';? c.. .....:  '.L:' - - _- ,,,J'x. ShOck absorbers for increased directional 'r"' '1' ;: '  :"i;  stability. Rubber body/frame mounts that help ' '::,r;C .  isolate the passenger compartment from road ;"';": ..... ';' I/.i I' ,y shocks. And a coil spring rubber-insulated front i!!;/i/ I "  suspension that helps minimize noise and Sur risin luxury in a mid-s ze car P ctured above is the Interior of Front disc brakes aro s a - = . ._= ..... ... . . - " : the PGrangTonno with Luxury Decor" Package ' dard on' TIrlno Power front Insloe yOU'll fine expansive rb0m up trom. ;!' ;' " ' ' il I Plus the kind of'luxury you'd expect from ' ,f : ,,,:..: . dlso brakes o'p ona. ....  ....................   . --_-_ _= : :: : :_ high priced automobiles. - '' ; ' ,,'/_---\\; - : - :   :- --:-:i :.-: So take a good, close look at Ford Torino :',(,, _ _ _ - - _ ; -   " "  for '73. Discover why it's become the best 0000llll 00e,00ng car io the m00d-s00ze.eld. 00'.;ii,lll The solid mid-size car IIB00$ FORD TORINO L:;'.; . Optional electric rear window de- Torino offers op- A longer wheelbase and wider front ':.(; froster. (Torino's major compet- tional steel-belted frtd rer kack than major competitor r; ;,. itor doesn't offer it.) radial pl/ tires on for asmooth, stable ride. FORD DIVISION .... - - all models. ORD, ': H &.R. . F Inc.,. Woodville, ..... ,. .... . , Armour Fresh Frozen FRYER THIGHS 5 lb. box $2"89 : Chiquita Yellow BANANAS' lb. 10c Parkmeadow Shopping Cenfer-Centreville Fresh Green ; ;" ; CABBAGE _ Squi e: Sho00) nb.005 Fr Green WILKINSON COUNTY'S FINEST BEANS MEN S SHOP lb. 29c Has '1' " t' ' ":3 Parkmeadow Parkmeadow Centreville Centreville