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.!!" ?a00e 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslss00ppl rhaWoodvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodviile Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle. Miss. 39669 Iohn S. l,ewis. Owner &amp; Editor J BubserlpHon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 raps., $2.25; 3 raps., $1.75. Payable In advance. S(,(:(u,d Class lostage paid at (,m(Iv]lle. Miss. 39669. POI,ITICAL ANN OUNCEMENTS Centre ville News Spending Mother's Day in the,TWELVE NURSING STUDENTS home of Mr..and Mrs. J. M. McCraine were Mr. and Mrs. TO GRADUATE ON MAY 20 R. E. Fortenberry, Jr.. of Co- Twelve pracucal nursing stu- lu, mb'.a and Mrs. R. M. Anders dents at Field Memorial Corn- and family of Zachary, La. inanity Hospital will graduate Mrs Charles McElwee and on Sunday, May 20, at 2 p.m.I he,r brother, Mr. Weylan Dixon. on the conference room of the were Mother's Day guests in the hospital. home of her son, Mr. Charles Ttis was a special program McElwee. Jr., and family an offered by the State Depart- with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves merit of Education through and daughter in Magnolia. Southwest Mississippi Junior Mrs. Harry Lord attended the College at Summit. Only per- The Woodville Republican is graduation of her granddaugh- sonnel who had worked in a authorized to announce the fol- ter. Miss Peggy Dillon, from hospital as a nurses' aide for lowing candidates in the Gen- Sophie Newcomb College in New vral E;ectlon to be held in the Orleans Sunday. Town of Centrevllle. Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. on June 5. 1973: Mltcheltree have as their house guest Mrs. Cl:fte Jackson of FOR MAYOR Shr'aveport, La. Sunday guests Town of Centreville in their home included Mr. and at least three years and who, were presently working at Field Fr:Spital were eligible fee the course. Graduating students are: Miss Elizabeth Anderson, Miss Ethel McCray, Miss Rita San- Mrs. R. T. Colquett and son. ders, Mrs. Artie Bell Arnold. FRED L HETZLER Richacd Lee. ,of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Minnie Brass. Mrs. Corine. FIELD HOSPITAL A. L. "Butch" REESE Mrs. Kathryn Chapman plan,S Banks, ]VDs. EcnesUne Cage, MEDICAL CAREERt;TEAM DON VINE to leave Saturday for North hJrs. Thitus Cody, Mr Lillie I Kingtown, Rhode Island, for ,a Mac Humphries. Mrs. Corine VISITS SCHOOLS FOR ALDERMAN t summer's visit in the home of Russ. Mrs. Hattie Thomas, and Town of Centreville ,her son-in-law and d"aughter, Percy Trim. Junior and Senivx classes of Mr. and Mrs. Page H. Best, and This accomplishment repro- Pine Hills Academy, Centre- JAMES OWENS family, represents many hours of study ville Academy and hmite School ............. Membecs of their family vis- as well as regula work in the Corporation were recently vis- TWO LOCAL STUDENTS i iting Sunday in the home of Mr. hospital. These candidates for Red' by the Medical Career and Mrs. Audrey Hghes were graduat'ion deserve our congrat- Team. of Field Memorial Com- TO GRADUATE AT M.C. ;Mr. and Mrs. Con,way Hughes o.f ul.tions, and we wish for them u,i:ty Hospital: !Vidalia, Mr. and Mrs. Har,01d every success in this. their vo- Dr. R. J. Field, Jr., Surgeon, Clinton Two Centreville Hughes and children of Baton cation. -- Reporter. served as moderator for the residents will be among the 420 Rouge, :and Miss Margaret - team challenging the Juniors ,and Seniors to consider a career students receiving degrees in the Welch and Mrs. Wilma Langley PINE HILLS DYB GAMES in the hospital and medical annual commencement exercises of Zachary. cf Mississippi College set for Wednesday gues.ts in the home Sunday. May 20. The services R H profession. He introduced the members of the team and each will be held in City Auditorium cf Dr. and Mrs. Robert McGehee Friday, May 11 members gave a brief summary were Mxs. Maggie Thompson Woodville 6 3 of ,training recluired, oppor- in Jackson starting at 3 p.m. and Mrs. M. E. Cole of Gl(ster. Crosby 11 7 tunitites available, duties per- Students from Centreville re- Mrs. C. J Richardson visited WP Curtis Lanehart, LP Eric formed and rewards of their ceiving degrees are Judy Kay in the home of her brother-in- Skinner. Ewell. bachelor of science in law and sister, Mr. ,and Mrs. Gloster 23 16 profession. education: and Jane Rogecs Henry Robinson, in Plains, La., Centreville 0 4 Representatives on the medi- Rollins. bachelor of arts. Sunday. WP B.0b Hyer, LP Terry Mann; team .and their profession Mrs. R. J. Knighton has re- HR Ricky Seal 2. Ron Ivy 1 were: Mr. Leo E. DuBose, Hou- Miss Sherryl Hof,fpauir, the turned from a delightful trip Monday, May 14 pital Administrator; Mrs. Mary daughter of SFC (Rot.) and Mrs. with her niece and sister, Miss Gloster 25 19 Cleland, Certified Registored 6 Nurse Anesthetist; Mrs. Shir- Hoffpauir, will graduate from aDndiSMHlcesHfeB:atldn Tgt'[ Woodville 2 o Priest, Registered Nurse, Copperas Cove High School in . ,, 2. ' ' .. . I WP Glen Stevens. LP Eric I - - s on ri Artaur Texas, s.gntseeing m S'upecvisor of Nur:ses; Mree t/peras t;ove 'vexa . _ .  Skinner; HF Ron Ivy. _ o _' ........ Ormndo St Augustine, Marine Jay evcmng, JUne 1. MSS OZZ- _ . ' . L _ . Libe,rty 3 4 Kay Richads, Registered t:au' will present the benedic ,,ana, ana wypress oaraens in lcentreville 2 7 Nurse; Mrs. Betty Duck, Reg- Florida and Belllngrath Godens' tion at the baccalaureate serv- WP Chuck VanNorman, LP istered Nurse; Mrs. Peggy 37 To Gradt00ate At WWAC Next Monday Thirty-seven graduates will receive their diplomas in the annual graduation ceremonies in the William Wlnar. Attend- ance Center auditorium in Cen- treville next Monday night, May 21, at 8 p.m Baecalauceate serv- ices will be held on Sunday at 3 p.m. in the school auditorium. Rev. John Cameron. pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church of Jackson. will deliver the bac- calaureate sermon. Members of .the graduating class of 1973 at WWAC are: Ronnie Allen, Winan Allen, Clementine Andcxson. Sandra Archer, Andrea Bingbam, Cath- erine Boss, Daisy Boss, Janee Brown, Mary Brown, Eunice Danlels, Judisene Franklin, Lio- nel Gaulden. Barbara Gordon, John Graves, Marllyn Green, Frank Hills, Monica Jackson, Ralph Jefferson, Cash Jones, Debra Jones, Fred Jones. Shirley Jones, Everlea Lee, Laura Mc- Cray, Henry McNabb. Elijah Montgomery, Samuel Nunnery, Margle Patterson, Jacob Perry, Ollie Pc,try, Joan Bowell, Mary lee. She is the g, randdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rish' ',ffd' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hoffpauir of Centreville and is a farmer student cf Centreville H!gh School. She plans to at- ,tend col!ego in Texas and major in ,to!e-communications. Mrs. Mary Helen Bruton and Jonson and children of Wood- daughter, Mrs. Richard Guidry, ville, and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. c f a:ton Rouge attendeft the Gallent. Jr., of Centreville. graduation c,f her son, Bill Mrs. Jim Barker spent the James. II, from Centreville past weekend with her son and Academy on Monday evening of daughter-in-law and family in this week. Denham Springs, La., goirg es- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vaughan pecially for the gradustion of and children of Norwood, La., her granddaughter, Miss Eliz- were Sunday visitors in the abet h Brker. from Denham in Mobile, Aia. Tommy Whittington. Arriving for a Mother's Day weekend visit with Mrs. A. A. Hollingsworth were Mr. Robect WILK-AMITE RIDING CLUB Hollingsworth and a friend. Mr. OPENS RODEO SEASON Frankie Lozano, of San Juan Puerto Rico, Mr. Gerald Hol- (Continued from Page 1) litlgsworth of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. H. N. C a u s e y, Registered Nurse Surgery Supervisor; Mrs. Carp- Powell, Carolyn Smith, Esselene yn Pardon, Social 'Services;. Thomas, Doris,Washington,:Jen- Mr. Wi,llla, m Shore, Registered hie RuVh Williams, ,and Robert Technician, (,ASCP); Mrs. Bob- Wilson. tie Bell, Dietician-Food Service Marilyn Green is valedictorian Supervisor. of the Claus of 1973 and Bar- This is the first presentation bara Gordon is salutatorian. Miss Rodeo title, and reigning by the medical career team of Miss Rodeo of 1973 Susan Scott. ])leld Memorial C,:mmunity Hos- but Harry Wells roped his calf It was just before eigh, t o'clock ,pital and it is planned that in 14.3 seconds and took ficst when the main rode, o got started this presentation and service be place. Bobby Bickham was close with the bareback bono riding, made annually to all Junior behind with a 17.2 and Buck :Mark Curry, Jr., on a horse and Senio,r classes in this area. Darden got third place money named "Widow Maker" took top Shown in the above photo as wlth a time of 27 seconds. money in the even, t as Donnie part of the Career Team re,] The adult buddy pick-up was Noland on "Cool Air" took the eft to right, frcnt row: Mrs. a good bit closer as R. L. Frazier second place check and Lamar Cleland, Dr. Field, Mr. DuBose. picked up Ken Reid, and fir,t Pugh on "Fabacher" took third, and Mrs. Causey; ,and back place, with a time o.f 12.0 sec- Baryel racing was sCxicy for row: Mrs. Darden, Mcs. Rich-onds. Following close behind he, me of his father, Mr. John Vaughan, and Mrs. Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith and on, Danny, of Baton Rouge spent Mother's Day visiting in the home of her mot'her, Mrs. James Barker. Miss Sandra Napier of Jack- son is visiting in the hsme of her grandparents. Mr. and lrs. James Templeton, and family. Spending Mother's Day in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Netterville. were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Netterville and chilC,ren ,and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pierce and family, ,all of Baker. La., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Net- Springs High School. Mr. Jimmy Ash, a student at t.he l, adies in ,the adult rodeo, Columbia University, New York, and Sallie Daniel was the lady is expected .to arrive here this who Cook ,home first place prize week for a visit with his moth- with a time of 20 seconds around or, Mrs. Harry C. Ash, and other Centreville relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tolar aS- tended the Society of American Forestry meeting held in Biloxl last Tuesday and Wednesday. BIRTHS Born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Page H. Best in a North Kingstown, Rhode Island, hospital on April 17th, their second child, a son, Page Chapman. ,Mrs. Page is the ,tervllle and children of Morgan former Beth Chapman, dough- City, La.. and Mr. and Mrs. ter of Mrs. J. Y. Chapman and Lowell Shoemaker and family of the late Mr. Chapman of Con- Shreveport, La. ] trevllle. mnn n I | Squire Shop ' ....... ,. J" e:::.-. "i:i' a-'}" - . "b. ,..,. . . .,.; ,<. .... .. ' The Men's Store for the man who knows what's good for I Parkmeadow I g[--- Him Centreville ards, Mrs. Priest and Mr. Shore. were Francis and Lynne Jack- son with 12.5 and Susan Scott ,orowd. After his he girls in and Jan Brian with 13.5. Henry the Miss Rodeo contest tried Darden, Jr., won the ribbon top- the barrel's, followed closely by their .hand at got tying. Tanya ing con.test with a 'time of 22.2. Ann Gree.r with 21.4 and Susan Priest's time of 45.5 seconds was Ed Walkex took second with a Scot with ,a 21.5. The Greenwell Springs You,th good enough for first prize. She 23.4 and Rocky Vanchiere hird was followed by LeWanda Jack- at 27.3. Riders, a mounted dril] team'son at 53.3 seconds and Jan The last event was the bull composed of boys and girls from Brian at 54.1. riding. The bulls selected for the age 8 o 18, next performed sev- I1' Harrison McGraw and Buck night's activities did a go, od job eral difficult man:euers requir- Darden took top honors in the of showing why it can ,be a ing skill ,and timing and put Angola style '.bull .dogging as rough sport. R. L. Frazier hung on a very fine show for the they teamed up :to down their on to bull g and took home ,tr,t bull in 5 seconds. Close behind while Lamar Pugh took second a friend is be0ne. Farm Bureau insurance believes in making friends. They also believe in keeping friends by pro- viding the kind of in- surance protection you want and need. Call your local Farm Bureau In- surance agent today-- he's a good man to know. Richard Flaccomio b 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 Woodville, Miss.  were Mmrlin and Jenings Reid en bull 80. J, ustin Sateher on at 5.3 seconds, Larry Scott and bull 4 and Jimmy Gore on bull Harry Carter fini.hed third (]6 tied for third to wind up a wih .a time of 12,2 second, fine rodeo weekend at the Wilk- Quite a few of .the calf roping Amite Riding Club ,Acena in contestanCs missed their mark, Centrevllle. ,, -TI ,  ,,, , , I've Discovered A Dress Shop Friday, May 18, 1973 COMMUNITY BUILDERS The Centreville Jaycees will present an informative program on drug abuse in our area on Thursday, May 17, at 7:30 in the Centreville Academy Gym...The Mississippi Narcotics Bureau will be in charge of the program. All parents with school age children and who are concerned about drugs should attend. Sunkist Florida Juice LEMONS each 4c ORANGES each 3c Ruby Red Grapefruit each 5c Sugar Sweet CORN ear 7c All Flavors Presweetened KOOL AID pkg. 10c Donald Duck ORANGE or GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Washington Fancy Red Delicious ! each 6c Fresh Crisp Green ONIONS bunch 8c Stokley TOM. SAUCE 10c 1 oz. ca n 8 oz. can 10c Royal Black PEPPER 10c small can Nature's Best BEANS 15 oz. can-4 varieties can 10c Waldorf B'ROOM TISSUE roll 10c Roasted by Community New Orleans Blend COFFEE lb. 59c Snow Crift SHORTENING 3 lb. can 68c Hormel Smoked Center Cut PORK CHOPS lb. $1.29 Toddler Size PAMPERS Box of 12 89c GARBAGE CANS 40 gal. size $2.95 Morrell All Meat Chunk BALOGNA lb. 69c Even A Husband Can Afford Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville i ,f Parkmeadow Shopping Center -- Centreville APPLES ,