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age 2 rheWoodvilleRepublican Published every Friday by +[&apos;he Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 Iohn S. I,ewis, Owner & Editor ubscriptlon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 raGS., $2.25; 3 raGS., $1.25. Payal)le in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodvillc, Miss. 3!){i69. P()IITICAI The Woody;lie Republican, Woodv;lle, Mississippi ANNOINCEMENTS The Woodville Republican is trips included visits to Carmel authorized to announce the fol- lowin?: candidates fo,r. office in the municipal general elections cn Tuesday, June 5, 1973: FOR MAYOR Mr. +and Mrs. C. M ParkhurstlMRS. CHARLES LEWIS and Mrs Nannie Ash have re- Mack Brown, Jay Clark, Jill .  /_. .... i_hful tri  I ENTERTAINS BOOK CLUB Clark Wendy Clark Michael urnea rum a aeg b  , . ' _ . to the Northwest. They were met Last Thursday arternoon Mrs Dominick, Da,rrin James, usy in Riveirslde, Calif., by Mrs'l Charles Lewis LWS hostess for:, Lips,Grab, Billy+ lvlar;Jn,, t:Jren?.a Parkhurst's son, Mr. Paul E.!the Centreville Book Club. Mrs. la.Y mcuraw, bracey gem, mazy t-lutchison, Jr., and his son, Wil- ! W K Griffin Jr president, Bern wnauey. liam, and daughter, Ann, ,for p';sid; d t tl; bul;n es session Grade 2: (A) Lesa Sterling, M;ther's Day dinner in tle Mrs W H Sm'ith program Scott Conerly, Ricky Housley; home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond chairman for the afternoon, in- (B) Terri Bellue, David Corban, I Berry. Mr. Hutehison accompa- troduced the guest epeaker Mrs I Lisa Dalton, Randa Etleriage, Inied them to Monterrey, Calif., Jane Bryan of MeComb di,'reeto;il Jean Jelks, Gayle Johnston, l whe,re they spent a week with of the Pike-Amitc Library Sys- Phllllp MeKey, Loft Netterville, ]Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison. Side tern. Mrs. Bryan's choice of the 1Llsa Perry, Will Riddle, Kevln recently published book, "Chil-Seal, John Templeton, Caxla Town of Woodville GEORGE J. G,ONDA MARVIN N. LEWIS FOR MAYOR Town of Centrevilie FRED L. HETZLER A. L. "Butch" REESE DON VINE FOR ALDERMAN Town of Centreville JAMES OWENS JOHN C. TEMPLETON VANCLEAVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY NEWS Beginning Friday, June 1, young library patrons may sign up for a vacation of "fun read- ing" with the "Showboat" Sum- mer Readers by the Sea, Big Sur, Pacific dren of Pride," edited by Robert Grove San Francisco and Grand ors , . t Manson My , was particularly Canyon On their return trip, appropriate to the club's study they visited Mr. Parkhurst'sl subject for the yeax, Life and sister, Mrs. Mildred McKee, in iLiterature in the South Tulsa, Okla. Daytona Beach, Fla., and ,their son, Kenneth Wade, student at LSU, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dillon and daughtcxs, Peggy and Amy, of Winnetka, Ill., and Mr. George St. Clair of Coldwater. Weekend house guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. Glen Anderson anc son, John, coming especially for' John's graduation, were ,the CENTREVILLE ACADEMY I HONOR ROLL LISTED 'lUncle Pete from Percy's Creel< Says The Centreville Academy hen- I ......... _ ........................ --. ....... ,_ ...................... or roll ,for the last six weeks is, announced as follows: DEAR MISTER EDITOR: Grade 1: Fatricla Becknell, The fellers discussed the mat- ter. up one side and down the other at the country store Sat- urday night, and when +the motion final got to the floor a split vote sided with the can- idate that was running fer re- election as mayer of Los Angeles on the stay away ticket. Speak- ing fer the majoriW, Clem Webster said usual the best thing a politician can do fer his country is be in another .country. The feller that wanted to Vaughan, Gary Whetstone. keep ,the mayor's job built his Grade 3: (A)Kris Clark, Jon- campaign on all the trips he athan Campbell, Russell Coner- had took to Ireland and Africa, t ly, Margaret O'Quin, Lisa Tern- not to mentlon a regular vaea- pleton; (,B) Julie Bellue, Georgia i tion in Swiszerland. He pointed Mrs. Bryan said that, "Chil- Cavin, Wayne Housley, Vicki out to the folks how slick ever- Family members vlsiting re-,dren of Pride" is a monumental Hughes, Ken Jelks, Duane Mar- thing run in the mayor's office with him ,gone, .and he allowed to cuss." cently in the home of Mr. and:book both in physical size and tin, Tommy Netterville, Clifton Mrs. Harry Lord were Captain in scope It" contains ever 180D,Van Cleave, Leigh Wheeler, that all he wanted was a chanct Nathan K. Reed of Fort Camp- LlPages and portrays the impact I Anita Wright. to keep up the good work. Clem bell, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Iof the Civil War on the South I Grade 4: (A) eva McGutre, said they is a lot to be said fer Wade and daughter, Missy, eflduring the crucial years between Jeanne Peele; CB) Karl Ash, that kind of platfo.rm. .... Fer instant, went on Clem, a ' + t 1854 and 1868. Mr. Myers t, ook:John G+reer, Nona:i.Hughes, Sco - his title from Job 41 34 He ttie James, Martymi%ongmire, Be- feller that's in Africa can't be beholdeth all high things: He linda McGraw, Sarah Mills back home in his state legisla- l is King over all the children of lMadison Mulkey, :i Billy Rogers, tare dreaming up a bill .that pride" and related it to the life Connie Walker. would put a tax on excess sleep following relatives: Mr. and of a Georgia plantation family. i Through a rare combination 'of circumstances the collection of approximately 6,000 letters written ,by the Rev. Dr. Charles Colcock Jones of Liberty County, Mrs. W. L. Taylor spent the weekend visiting in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, IMr. and,Mrs. Jim Lowery, and The program will conclude on[family in Baton Rouge. Thtrsday, August 16, with a [ Mrs. Edna Dalton spent see- party a 10 a.m. and a certificate eral days last week in Natchez will be given to those who have with her daughter, Mrs. Bobby read at least ten Lbooks. Collins..and family and with her sister. Mrs. Guy Womble, be one. 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 b Flaccomio 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 Woodville, Miss. TERESA LOFTON CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Grade 5: (AI}I Julie Clark, Dawn Jelks;m (B)/ Ben Coalfield Betsy Easterlingi: Joyce Ivey, Theresa Johnston, Michelle Phillips, Mark Propst, Kim Smiley. or somepun. No congressman in Zanzibar can be in Washington voting fer a increase in grants to retired generals that want to study peace time use of surplus hand ge+rnades, went on Clem, and a judge that's attending a on the job. The fellers agreed they was giving Ed executive privilege from testifying on ac- count he voted fer Nixon. Bug Hookum said from what he's reading in the papers about the WatergaLe case it looks like everbody with any connection to Nixon has got the no-talk privilege. Practical speaking, Mister, Ed- itor, I got sympathy fer our I Congress. Them , Congressmen got a heap of decisions to make on everthing from how to run their next campaign to trying to git part of the moon put in their dis,rlet so they could visit .there to. I see where folks in Swain County in North Caro- lina still can cuss legal. The leg- islature voted down a bill to put Swain with all but one other county where it's agin the law Friday, May 25, 1973 Crosby News. I (Too late for last week The UMYF had its monthly Sub-District meeting on May 14 with the Crosby UMYF as host group. The Crosby UMYF gave Mrs. Jimmy Temple, their counselor, a surprise farewell pary and presented her with a gift far her new home as a token of thanks for her time and service _he has given to tl]e group. The: Templetons will be moving to Brookhaven soon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Case at2 tended commeneemen,t exercises at MSCW at wlich their daugh- ter, Miss Cathy Case, graduated.: summa cam laude with majors in chemistry and math. Miss Casd plans to attend graduatel school at Mississippi State uni-:.I'!!i versity in the field of chemistry. I  Mrs. V. L Campbell s spend-, ing the month of May in her Crosby home Citizens of Crosby are sorry Maybe, Mister Editor, voting to hear that tle Jack Ratcliff agin some bills is as good as family is moving to Roxie. staying away. Mr. Wesley Hughes was in Yours truly, Jeff Davis Hospital last week'- : Uncle Pete end. He returned , t , t= m ,,, I Virginia Lynn's Mrs. J. Dudley Watson, Jr., and Georgia, and his family and Grade 6: (A) Larry Mills; (B) world conference in Paris ain't daughter, Mrs. Ellen Watsn t friends between 1854 and 1863 Lo+rie m Anders, Paula Barnes. Cameron, and Dr. and Mrs. was preserved and is so com-IBilly Blaloek, Patrick Campbell, likely to hand down a ruling Glen Anderson, Jr., and children,'plete that it tells a continuous lWallace Conerly, Cathy Ethe- that wimmen is eligible fer aid Adelle, Bubba and Allen, all of story covering a traumatic iridge, Darryl Gallent, Holli for their younguns afore they're Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard period in American h'istory In IKnighton, Terry Mann, Mollie born. Actual, broke in Zeke Grubb, Watson and Mrs J. E. Pippin his preface Mr. Myers wrote:IRollins, Gall Simpson, Angela strange things happen to people of Columbus. and Mr. and Mrs. "What has emerged is a true Wheeler, Lurie Wright, Mike lthat git elected, .and gitting out A. C. Pippin of West Point. story told in letters--something McDaniels. akin to an epistolary novel -- .Grade 7: (B) Ted Dalferes, of the country ain't allu's a cure. a leisurely account of family Leisa Koch, Timmy McKey, Zeke said he had saw a piece in the paper about the "Con- life in coastal Georgia before, Jimmy Peele. gressional Handbook" that lists during, and after t,he Civil War. I Grade 8: .(B) Don Easterling, all the free services and prlvi- It is a story of intelligent, per- Ellen Caulfield, Joimnie Lynn leges that come with the job. ceptive, well-to-do plantation James, Myrna Reynolds A seat in Congress is equal to people remote from the punic Grade 9: (B) Ed Field, Earlene a throne of the crowned heads eye, people who lived out their Fontenot, Shirley Fontenot in Europe, was Zeke's words. A lives with Ikittle feeling that Linda Hughes, Robin McGutre Congressman gits 16 people to they were making history or Tanya Priest, Teresa Stevens help in his office and $157,000 and family, changing destiny, and who went Eileen Phipps. to ,pay em, he gits $42,50{) fer Mrs. Milton D'Aquila of Wood- to their graves with no suspi- Grade 10: (A) Susan Robert- hisself and everthing, including ville spent lriday afternoon eion that their letters would see son; (B) Anne Campbell, Lois 31 different health plans, to be visiting Mrs. George E. Lofton, print." births Frazier, Deborah Hughes, James sure he ls well took care of. coming especially for Teresa It it a quiet story of Jelles, Christy Jenkins, Sherry Ed Doolittle was xuled out of Prkme+dow Ann Lofton's birthday, and marriages and deaths, .of Mann, Pattie O'Dell, Cathy Rtsh. order when he rose to speak in daily joys land sorrows, of the Grade 11: (B) Emily Rollins, favor of keeping congressmen ,_ response of a proud people to Sandra Boitner, Stoney Loftin, -- ........ - ............. - one of the great crises of Amer- Betsy Field, Mary Jean Griffin. - I I is clearing out for the summer Jeans - Va off lean history. For fourteen years Grade 12: (A) John Ander- we follow their fortunes and son, Cheryl Schrimpf; (B) Teresa Ann Lofton, daughter misfortunes -- from pre war Rollins, Kathy Gallent, Phillip of Mr and Mrs George Tyrone nt ,. ' I ple y through wartime priva- McKey, Debbie O'Dell, Debbie Lofton, celebrated her .third I tmn to postwar rum. As the Peele, Deanie Whitaker. birthday Friday afternoon with . Istory mounts .to As terrible a party given at the Centrevillelclima x we see a whole genera- re dence of her grandparents, ' ' tion caught in the grips of a JAYCEES SPONSOR Mr and Mrs Gemge Edward, ' ,. " ination.al tragedy. I DRUG FORUM AT CA Lofton and son Nell r an ot h t , , M s. Bry ned t a fewl ...... The honoree, wearing a party collections of letters are at once l The uentrevlne aycees spon- dress of orange and brown with so comnrehensive and varied in l sred a Drug Forum on Thurs- ' in her hair was "-' day, May 17, at Centreville Acad- matching bow . , their presentation of signihcantl . _..^ ___ assisted by her mother m wcl h tonc 1 l emy gym a ' u pm - is " a events, so fully pre- ' ' " ' coming the 25 little guests, served, and finally, so rich in Nr. John Polk of t)ae Missis- sippi Narcotics Bureau pre- sented a most informative pro- gram on the problems of bad drugs and the operation of the ,Narcotics Bureau in handling these problems. Mr. Polk a{so showed and explained many different kinds of drugs and dist,ributed ,printed materlal on Pant Suits - V2 off Blouses- 15% off Sportswear- 20% off "IT'S A SALE GIRLS" Among the games played on narrative appeal .as to make the spacious lawn were pin the possible a self-contained work nose on the clown, pin the hat of the character and scope of l on the bear, kick ball, and blow- "Children of Pride." ing up balloons lettered with Following the program, lrs. Happy Birthday. The high point Lewis served a dessert course to of the entertainment was .the members and gue'sts. pictures made of the children at play. Teresa's ,cake was beautifully PIANO STUDENT O F MRS. drugs to those in attendance decorated with pink roses and Prior to this program the ballet dancers holding the three GRAVES IN RECITAL Centreville Jaycees sponsored a .pink candles. The children en- Mrs. Thomas B. Graves pre-!spaghetti supper joyed fruit punch, cake, ice sented her piano students in l I cream and mints. At the conclu- recital at her residence on Fn-tappreciative audmnce vese Jay sign of the party, the honoree day evening, May 18, at eight I Caulfield, Sarah Catherine Mills, presented her friends withhats, o clock. I Kim Fyfield, Nancy Smith, horns, candy baskets and hal- Students presenting the pro-ISusan 'Robertson, Betsy Field,: loons as favors, gram which was attended by an land Susan Scott. mll Squi',00e Shop for the gentleman !i ! who believes that Centreville McKey Motor Co. for the 'Finest Used Cars in Southwest Miss' 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix 1973 Olds Delta Royale 1970 Chev. Impala 4D HT 1971 Ply. Fury III 2D HT 1968 Buick Wildcat 2D HT 1971 Buick LeSabre Custom 197i Chev. Impala 4D HT 1969 Dodge Polara 4D HT * e i972 Chev. Impala 4D HT 1969 Chev. Impala 4D HT the Opening on June 1st i.969 Buick Elec. 225 HT 1971 Pont. Catalina 4D HT and MOREt 1972 Ford Gal. 500 4D Our Lot Is Full of FINE USED CARS Like These and More Highway 24-33 IhJersecfi0n Centreville, Miss. clothes make the man Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville m i i i ii i III IIII of THE SNOOP SHOP Cosby Street, Centreville, Miss. Picture Framing Art & Craft Supplies Gift Items John and Annette McDaniels Owners I