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Friday, May :25, 1973 The WoodvilleRepubiican, Woody;lie, Miss;sslppl ville, District 5. Absent: John Green, W. V. Carter. In addition to the f, sregoing members of the Board, Bernard Wail)cs, Superintendent of Edu- cation, and Richard T. Watson, Attorney for the Boad, were present. The minutes of the March 5, 1973 session of the Board were read. On ,motion by R. J. Net- terville, seconded by Marie Rus- sell Green and unanim3usly MINUTES OF MEET Fletcher B. Williams, Mary G.'Green and unanimously carried ]Willia,ms, Louis W. Williams. the tallowing bills on the Claims OF WILKINSON CO. ,i William Winans Attendance Docket were approved for pay-  i  ,  I Cenler" Augustine G Bland Iment' BI). el ]|)U(ATLN : , . ', [Marmn C. Conrad, Anme E. I County Administration Fund: The Wilkinson Cunty Board] Dennis, Katie C. Fluker, Val-iBernard Waites $108 35 of Education met in regular sos- lie:ry A. Haynes Marzette Payne, c, ....... ch'oo' Fund" "he sion in the olfiee of the County i Jerry p. Russ, 'Betty J. Simms, Wood'Sv]le* Renubl;can .29 75* Superintendent o' Education ,atlolivia L Smilh Robert L Ward .... :,,,+'^,, ', ", ' [,,:, ' ' Wa,,purau,u,, z.u,,u: ,mo. 3 o'clock p.m.. Monday, April 2,]Emmet W Wells Power & Light, $6.47; South 1973, with the Illowing mem- Wilkinson County Training Central Bell, $15.54; H. & R. bers prccnt: School: Mildred E. McGhee, Ford, Inc., $159.45; Seal Tractor Marie Russell Green, District [Margaret B Pahner, Areola N. Co., $16.93; L & M Tire Service," 2; ChaIs H. Campbell, Presi- Anderson, Theola Smith, Rosa Inc., $99:00; Jordan Auto Co., dent, District 3, R. J. Nctter- L. Ward Johnson, Beatrice C. Inc., $57.73; MeGehee Motor Monroe, Isabelle J. Robcct'on, Parts, $447.72; Chemetron Corp., Gloria S. Briggs, Clara Dumas, $6.30; Gulf Oil Corp., $1,777.72. Mat.tie V. White, Bessie D. Perry, Other Current Costs Fund: Dorothy L. Slan. Charles J'lMiss. Power & Light Co., $261.77; Knight, Myrtis I-I.. Tuck,son,! $176.57; $565.81; South Central Amanda Srews, arme M. mix- Bell, $10.00; $10.53; $4.54; San- on, Lillie Magee, Mauae L. Har- ders Refrigeration & Elec. Serv., l:'is, Virginia C. Wilkinson, is317.95; Town of Centreville, ,Opheli.t G Scrandell Ruth D cu    'v,r--, - !Barnes Audrey L. Tolliver, Nra Sons, Inc,, $7.59: Superior Prod- M. Holland, LiIlie B. Broadway, ucts Co., $172.05; Beckham's Mable H. Griffin, Betty H. Electric Service, $291.40; Plant- Campbell, Daisy L. Ford, Alfred er s Hdw., Inc., $4.08; Superior carried, the foregoing minutesL. Wells, LUla A. Sims, Nonie:Products Co., $110.00; Dave E. were approved as cead. P. Gaines, Fatricia H. Lewis, i Carter, $60.00. The monthly travel reports .of Enoch Neyland, Elnora Veals,, Wilk_ Co.-wide District Main- Bernard Waites, Superintendent Beatrice H. Johnson, Doris M'ltenance Fhnd: Town of Centre- Calhoun, Thomas C. Tolliver Lillian S. Russ, Martin Williams, Annie T. Williams, Shiley M. Swain, Gloria H. Plain, Joe B. Knight, Evelyn C. Dawson, Pearlie J. Hicks, Lloyd Rbert- son, Jr., Marie Scott, Hattie B. of Education, and John Clark, School Bus Mechanic, were read. On motion :by Marie Russell Green, seconded by R. J. Netter- ville and carted by unanimous vote these reports were ap- pnoved as read. ville, $161.30; Superior Products Co., $264.36; Planters Hdw., Inc., $26.60; Rex Sporting Goods, Inc., $31.39; Joseph R. White, $40.00; Finch Attendance Center, $4.00; Dorena Davis, $10.00;" Doris Boyd, $20.00; Sandy Gibson, $10.00; Sandra Feltus, $10.00; Bessie Jefferson, $10.00; Morris Smith, $20.00; Ivy Del ,Jones, $10.00; Glenn C. Thomas, $23.20; Camp- bell's Termite & Pest Cont., $15. C.O. Other Current Costs Fund: Woodville Utilities, $452.20. Transportation Fund : Miss. Dept. of Public Safety Motor Vehicle Insp. Bureau, $.50. Wilk. ,Co. Public Schools-Proj. 799021-ESEA-Title I Fund: Cen- txal School Supply Co., $685.25; IGinn ,anti Co., $380.77; Ginn Of- On motion by R. J. Netter- MeMorris, Earldean Anthony, ville seconded b M ' Ru sell'Alice F Minor Annie R Walker Green and unanYmmas; carried, Ch.a!'he LLtt!e ,, Dewey Bailey, Jotmnie Lewis and Alfred Lee wmm b. ,pmer, Muare w. ..... , .....  ............... IBailey Elbert L. Beauenamp, wcn were tl:pzuycu a uu ._ ' ....... , Encl D Scott Gmdys t5 runes drivers foe Routes 1 and 8, re- ' ' ' pectively Vocational - Technical' Scho21: At the "suggestion of the Su- Charlie Danny Carter, Mozelle perintendent, corrective treat-I L. Dougla.s, Margaret S. Falken- ment was approved for Robert heiner, Roy E. Hendry, Gerald Lee Butler on motion by Marie lE. Jzhnston, Roger Y. McGraw, Russell Green, seconded by R. J. I Robert Nick, George P. Webster, Netterville and unanimously'.Robert A. Hartness, Jr. carried. On motion by R. J'. Netterville, On motion by R. J. Nettecville, seconded by Marie Russell Green and unanimously carried the'rice Supply Co., Inc., $85.07; Board approved employment of'Martin School Equipment Co., the following for ,the 1973-74 Inc., $898.87. school year: Wilk. Co. Public Schools-Proj. 790031 - ,ESEA - Title I Fund : American School & University, $11.00; Chas. A. Bennett Co., Inc., $33.17; F. R. Blankenstein, $67.29: Bruning Division, $43.44; ,Mary F. Carter. $8.00: Catchings Clinic, $468.00: Chevron Oil Co.. $11.39: Delmar Publishers. $227. 22: The Field Clinic, $10.00; Field Memorial Com.munity Hos- pital, $630.75; Goodheart-Wilcox Co, Inc.. $6.92; Lanier Business Products, $50.00; Martens D'ug Store, $9.75; MeGehee Motor Parts, Inc., $256.07; K. R. Miller, DDS, $36.00: Miss. Power & Light Co., $336.48; $15.88; Mississippi Sclool Supply Co., $139.00; O'- Neal Steel, Inc., $2,113.58; South Central Bell, $16.45; $40.00; Sci- Billy and Steen, of Church Hill visited his sister, Mrs. Jessie Mae Speights, Thucsday. Miss Ruby Payne of Centre- ville visited Mrs. Phyllis Marie Breedlove Sa,turday. His many friends deeply re- gret the death of Mr. Champ Clark in a tractor accident. He I was a biologist for the State Game and Fish Commission. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mucray seconded by Marie Russell Green and unanimously carried, the Board approved employment of the .following teachers for all :four schools for the 1973-74 Wordy Hicks, J., Head Prin- school session: cipal, Wilkinsma County Train- Finch dAttendanee Center: An- Iing School: Wlllard Cooper, hie G. Vaughn. Delores Monroe. High School Principal & Mathe- Mildred E. Causey, Irene S. Jef- matiesTeacher. Wilkinson Coun- ferson, Elenor S. Hunt. Gloria ty Training School. Davis. Marvin E. Haynes. Ruby On motion by R. J. Netter- S. Thomas Christine Williams. ville, seconded by Marie Russell H & R FORD, Inc. ence Research Associates, Inc., !and children of Pasadena Tex. $74.78; The Stanley Works. $12. ]visited his parents, Mr. ant Mrsl 00; David L. Straklge: DDS, $268. ,, iverson Murray the past week- u; Town of Wooavine, $1,800.00; end. ' T.W.L. Store No. 8, $99.07; U.S. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Brab- Department of Labor $6.25; Ann ham,' Jr., visited friends in C. Waddell, $24.40; Catchings Natchez Saturday. Clinic, $104.00; Dave E. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rymer $60.00; Educational Systems Dee. and children of Natchez vi'slted Corp., $76.00; Woodville Utili- his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Gor- ties, $179.97; U. S. Government don Rymer, Sunday. Frinting O,ffice, $'14.50; Wood- Mr. Ed Byrd and Mr. Richard ville Utilities, $12.46. Byrd o,f Natchez visited Mr. and On motion by Marie Russell Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, Green, seconded by R. J. Netter- Sunday.. ville and unanimously carried Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray and the session adjourned, son, Ben Allen, and Eric Beattie Charles H. Campbell of Gloste" visited friends in Ba- President ton Rouge Sunday. Attest: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Croft of Bernard Waites Louisville visited her father, Mr. Executive Secretacy Lucien Murray, the past week- end. Miss Debbie Murray re- turned home with her brother- Rosetta News in-law and sister for a visit. Mrs. Magie Haygood, who at- Mrs. 'France Breedlove, Mrs. tends the University of South- E. L. F0rman, Sr., and Miss Dar- ern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, lone Speights visited Mr..and and Mr. Darwin Klar of Baton Mrs. J. C. Willianis in McComb Rouge visited their parents the after Mrs. Willi, ans' nephew, pabst weekend. Eddie Johnson, Was killed by We are sorry that Mrs. George a car Wednesday. Greer is a patient in Field Me- Mrs. John David Pullen and mortal Hospital and wish her a daughte,r, Jo Hannah, of Natcli- speedy recovery. ez visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Wednesday and son, Mike, of Zachary, La., visited his parents, Mr. and and Thursday. Mr. Clarence Havard and Mrs. Mrs. H. E. Smith, Saturday. Carey Berryhill of 'Natchez ,and ,Mrs. WilUa,m Jeffaiers, Mirs. Mrs. M. R. Greer and Mrs. Jack Betty Jo .Little, Master Chip G ................. r- LitAle and Miss Lindy Little, of reer oi vloana vlaeu w . _ ......... Bertha Ste" -* --d Miss Norma  rmlngnam, Ala. Mrs. 91CKy "'w.,. ,,,- v- _w,- [Statham and Mrs. Charles Stat- n'''r--=n:':'a"i'-rady,,,, ,,,, ,,,o ,. Murray hun% of Jackson, Mr. Robert " Y " -- ' ' i" - " erelSmith of West Point and the o ,.ege Texas, vis ect ,n [ ....... k _ th . ' ., - .ev ooer wlarK of an 'ran- . e pas wceena. " . .. Mi - - - w -"-" od I clsco, Calif., emoted Mr and ss L, aura. mctlra o wo -  ..... " . Mrs H E Smim acuraay aria vllle and Mr and Mrs.' Harry[_ '. " .' , . ...,.. '..., ..,,a. of i unaay, having come nece for Weath.r,s a.u .,,.,,c. the funeral of Mr Champ Clak Ridgeerest, La., visited Mr. and I "' Mrs, Tommie G. Stfirdivant on l Saturday, Mr. T. A. Williams and sons, Woodville, Miss. --:- .... ! ...... III " I I00'00I00II00iI00II-II-A000000,-il AND INFLATED SERVICE CHARGES, ETC. (I00gR I00RIg,00-FIGIITI00IG 00@lll00 who, being in your corner, will endeavor to stand forward in manly combat against the foes (yours and his) of sensible economy! On Saturday Mrs. Betty Jo Little of Birmingham. Ala., and Mrs. H. E. Smith visited Me. Grover Cavin and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wilkinson in Vidalia. La. Miss Cissy-Foster and M. ;Reggie Fenn Wislted e Charli Rrabhams, Jr., Friday. I I His weapons in these combats are: Fine Ford Automobiles! Sold tbr very Fair Amounts, Easily Accomplished Financing, High Trade-in alues and Excellent Service, accomplished bv his Ford Factory-trained Mechanics!!! Perttown News Mr. and Mrs. Brya'nt Hazlip and daughters, Jane and Le- anne, of Kingston visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip. Mr. Shad Perry, Jr., and Mr. Ga,ry Dixon of Natchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders Sat- urday. Mr. Don Moore of Auburn University visited his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cavin, the past weekend. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson Satur- day wcce Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown of Crosby and Mr. Ray Gene Wilson of Gloster. Guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Perry last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Davis Perry and Mrs. Powell of Vidalia, Mrs. H. B. Huff, Ms. Pat Huf, f and sons, Kdnny, Ronny .and Danny, Mrs. Ruby Cavln, and .Mr. Shad Perry, Jr., and daughter, Lynn McKlemurry, all of Natchez, and Mrs. Lee Perry of Crosby. Mr,.s. Eleese Perry and daugh- ter, Mrs. Ruby Cavin, of Natchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Lovelle IIIIIIIIIIII IIII I Page 5" ::i:: Phips and Mr. and Mrs. Jen- ! n,ings Cavin in the Mars Hill :' community Saturday. ' ....... Mrs. C. W. Cavin and chin d,r,en, W, anda and Ch'rles, 0:: Baton Rouge visited her son-in-:: law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ::)i: Bobby Johnson, Saturday. Mrs. Janet Mucray and chi.l,, :i :dren, Sherri and Dean, were in Natchez Saturday on business and visited her brother-in-law i laud ister, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff. Mrs. Hazel Hazlip and Miss :) Dorothy Adams spent the week, end in Natchez in the home of Mr. and rs. Byron Hazlip and : family. Mrs. Tiheola Hazlip and he{' : daughter, Beverly, of Natchez I Mr. Walter Day of Da.rrington ::: and Mr. omd Mrs. Micky Perry i:. and children visited Mr. and Mcs. Pharoah Perry Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Hazlip and son, Greg, of Baton Rouge spent tl]e day Sunday with their par- ; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Haz-: li,p. : .... Mrs. Lela Hazllp spent the day:: Friday with her sister and i brother, Mrs. Wflhelmena Haz. .... lewood and Mr. Leon Bcyan.t, in.. Liberty. DOWNTOWN NATCHEZ INTERIOR DECORATING CUSTOM DRAPERIES, BEDSPREADS, PILLOWS, SHAGS, DUST RUFFLES, and CORNICES. All work guaranteed. Fabrics by Waverly, Schumacher, West Gate, Payne, P. Collins, Amsco and others. Also complete llne of wallpaper. Call Mrs. Bobble Wickham, 442-1414, for free estimate. Samples brought .... to yobr home. L H I I Lool ing for Something more than Just a Mobile Home try our D.0.u-b-l-e W-i-d-e MOBILE HOME Open 7 days a week Jim Reeves Mobile H0mes, lnc. Hwy. 24 Centreville Service - Quality -- Dependability Doris and Jack McDaniel- Mgrs. I