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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mlss;ss;ppl Friday. June 1, 1973 .,..*,,,,,*,,,.,.,,,.d.,..*.,o"'',.,,....,*,*=..'..'''''".,V rheWoodvilleRepublican ............. ._ ................. NT Rosetta News Crosby News From The Files Of VARLET'( Published every Friday by u, entre vltle l,00ews r Tommie G. Sturdivant Ml, s.V.L. Campbellspent the visited her sister and mother, l week in Jackson visiting her The Republican and The Woodvllle Republican, Mrs. Aria Larimore and MrS. ldaughter Minnie, and attending ..................... Verna Arnold, in Liberty Men-the Methodist Conference. She "Backward, turn backward, SELECTI 9N Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 .............................................. Mrs. Glen A.nderson returned Mrs. Gordon Carr left Sunday day. returned home Thursday. I John S. Lewls, Owner & Editor Wednesday from a visit with to visit in Gulfport with the Mrs. Zelma Clark of Gloster Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hughes, ] Oh Time, in thy flight .... " her aunt, Mrs. J. V. Pippin, and McKinley Johnson family, going and Mrs. C. L. Perry of Shreve- Wess, Will, and Wade left Sat-] ........................................................................ at I SubscrfpLion Rates: Oneyear, family in Columbus. especially to see her new grand-port, La., visited their brother urday on vacation and planned] 25 YEARS AGO I MR PAUl "-- $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 raGS., The Rev. H. Ray Quick, pastor daughter, Jennifer Laura. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. to visit Disney World in Florida j $1.25. Payable in advance, of Centreville United Methodist Mrs. Carl Denmark and .son, H. E. Smith, Thursday. and Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Pel Phares] " " " Second Class postage paid at Church, and Mrs. Quick are at- Carl, Jr., of Baton Rouge spent Mr. Rodney Smith of West Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Arender motored down to Baton Rouge Woodville, Miss. 3!}(}69. tending the Annual Methodist the weekend with her parents, Men,roe, La. visited Mr. and and Robert and John have been last Saturday to lneet Mrs. Over 8,000 items to Conference being held in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reid. Mrs. Russell Smith Saturday. in Jackson this week at the James W. Lee who has been choose from. son this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Temple- Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdtvant Methodist Conference. spending ,the pasL several weeks Mr. and Mrs. George Tyrone ton's home was Lhe setting for and son, David; of Natchez and Miss Linda Molley flew to visiting ier daughter, Mrs. Lofton attended the wedding of Lhe family reunion of the John- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly Houston lasL Friday for a visit Hugh Rogers, in Port Neches, her sister, Miss Linda King, at sons on Sunday. Thi,rty-five per- and children of Ridgccrest, La., with her sister, Patti. Texas. For Barbecue the Christian Church in Wood- sons attended including mem- visited their parents, Mr. and The Crosby UMYF choir were Misses Louise Johnson and ville on Saturday a,fternoon, bers of the Templeton family,M;rs. Tommie G. Sturdlvant, the the featured singers at the Re- Vada Belle Purifoy spen.t the Split Broilers Friend,s of David Vine are and relatives f r o m nearby past weekend, setta revivaI last Wednesday. latter part of the past week in pleased that he is convalescing ,Lates. (Mrs. Annie Templetonl Mrs. Louise Day left Sundy! Did'ya-Know: In 1512-1{199 a visit to Jackson, stlopping bY 45C It at home satisfactorily afte,r an- Johnson, age 94, of Carthage, I to visi.t her 'son-in-law and Amite County area was under ,All Saint,s College, for a short ), dergoing surgery at Baton Rouge was the honored guest. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spanish Dominion. Spain, by the visit on their way home. General Hc,spLtal. David, the Mrs. Pearl Ander:son, who has Priest, in St. Francisvtlle for a right of discovery, claimed near- Mrs. R. 4E. L. Coon returned youngest son of Mrs. Benny Vine been visiting in the homes of few days. ly all of the continent of North home on Wednesday from a and the late Mr. Vine, has a her daughters, Mrs. Oscar Coney Mr. and Mrs. JesSe Rymer and America, which was given the week's visit at the home of her Armour host of friends, young and old in Magnolia and Mrs. Ralph children, Robin Alien and Wan- name Florida by t.he early Span-brother, Dr. Nolan Dickson, in Thigh who are .interested in his wel- Gilbert in Jackson, spent the da, of Prairleviile, La., Mr..and ish explorers. Their claim was Aberdeen, having been accom- Fryer s fare. weekend at her home here. rs. William Rymer and chil-! unchallenged until the ,coming l:anied by Mrs. J. A. Massey, Guests in the home .of Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Barker of dren, Jeff, Todd and Lisa, of of the English and French. .who was the guest of her 2 lb. box Lucy McGraw .On the weekend Denham Springs, La., spent the ,Natchez, and Mrs. Jerry Rymer (Too late for last week) I daughter, Mrs. W. B. Watkins. FOR MAYOR and attending the Netterville past week visiting in the home visited their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Orso and Miss Mary Curry came up $1 39 Town of Centreville family reunion held Sunday at of her grandmother, Mrs. Jim Mrs. Gordon Ry,mer, .Sunday. John Troy, and Wanda are vis- from New Orleans last weekend . the home of Mr. Bud To.m 'Net- Barker, in the Macedonia neigh- Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray iting friends on the Mississippi for a shc,rt visit at the home FRED L. HETZLER terville were Mr. and Mxs. Ray- borhood.  Gulf Coast or the week. of her mother, Mrs. K. E. Curry. dedicated their new home to A. L. "Butch" REESE mend Freeman and two chil- Mr. Garey Jackson, son of the God with the Rev. Clyde Aren- Citizens of Crosby are happy Mr. and M,rs. Billy Watts and U.S. No. 1 Yellow dren, Mr..and Mrs. Joe Craw- Herman Jacksons, and family der offic, iating at the ceremony to .hear of the birth of John son of Jennings, La., visited DON VINE ford and three children, and have been transferred fxom NeW la t two oeloek on May 25 Open Michael to Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. Claude Dooley bn Pe,rcy's ONIONS Oxeene. Little John was born Creek last weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Carl McGraw and Orleans to Houston, Texas, on i house was held between the on Wednesday. FOR ALDERMAN ,two children, all of Jackson;, thejob. We will miss seeing th e hoursofone tofour. Thehome Mrs. Jack Marshal was in he,r Mr. 3. D. Carter and Mrs. 17c IE and Mrs. Roy Ash and three family around, was decorated for the occasion Arkansas home for the week-jNDenSoHeaabln g s' Ptetn T:; S: ?l" i ign ), Town of Centreville children of Centreville. Among with arrangements of summer end. ......... [idaire convention d JAMES OWENS other persons attending were flowers and the tea table was rcoDer narclin son oz wr. anu I ' 3OI4N C. TEMPLETON Mrs. Veda Gunby and Mr. and BIRTHS covered with a white cloth. Cake MrS.ollCelydef2 rth:e:mn sn.wRb! ] Mlre vaed Mr.[dSa;rfk Bnoelpl;on California Fresh Mrs. Donald Chance of Centre- Born to Mr. and Mrs, McKin- and punch were served to a,bout to a r ville, ley Johnson of Gulfport ,on forty guests who enjoyed the ert is attending Jones Junior I a sales meeting in McOonb. Slic]flg 'They will retmn the following Mis.s Mary Beth Nettless Tuesday, May 22, a daughter, occasion., . College at Ellisville. I " " ' friends are pleased that she is J, ennifer Laura. Mrs. Johnson is Mrs. Wayne Havard and son Miss Marcia Joan Reeves was lday. back at work at Carter Company the former Mary Lee Car,r, Wayne, Jr., of Natchez visited visiting hex parents Mr. and I Miss Elise Catchings spent PEACHES after being hospitalized in 3ef- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver- Mrs. James Reeves, last week-[the weekend Vml, tmg her par- ferson Davis Memorial in don Carr of Centrevllle. Mr. son Murray, Saturday and Sun- end [ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom caen- 49c II Natchez. Jchnson parents are Mr. and day. I ings, at Hopehill Plantation. . Mrs. Edna Dalton has re- M, rs. Taft Johnson also of Cen- Ray. and Mrs. Clyde Arender 50 YEARS AGO turned home from a visit in trevllle. Natchez with her .daughter, Mrs. of Crosby visited Mrs. Robert Mars Hill News Bobby Collins. and family and Murray Friday. She is on the We wish to commend Mayor Shasta V2 gal. !sick list Mr and Mrs. Ray JefcoaL and Clay B. Tuckex and the Board withMrs.Otherw. D.relativeS'Anderson. Jr. re- Courthouse, State ,I MLses' . Melinda and Teresa children. Cynthia. Susan, and of Aldermen upon the issuance DRINKS tu,ned home Monday following Offices TO Be Priest of st. Francisville. ar- Rex, of Laurel spent Friday of the proclamation, which is u stay of several days in the rived Saturday to visit their and Saturday with her parents, published in this issue, setting 2 for  c hcme of her son-in-law and Closed Next Monday uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold. [as!de the mon'th of May as ( and family, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Charlie Bxabham, Jr. We extend deep sympathy to]"Cle an -Up and Pa int-U p Cox, and family in Zachary, La. The Wilkinson County court-I Mrs. Thomas FelLer and chin the Longmire family in the Month" for the Town of Wood- Mr. and Mrs. Leon ' Kelthley house and the welfare and food 1 dren of Woodville, MIs. Pat Huff death of their mother, Mrs. ville. Let every citizen get Mrs. Vernon Nettles of Zach- of Port Arthur, Texas, visited in stamp offices will be closed for of Baton Rouge. and Mr. ,and Ermyntrude Longmire of the busy ,and see that this slogan Texaco cry, La.. spent Sunday and the Hulette Ash home from Fri- the day next Monday, June 4,1[Mrs. W V.. Carter of Woodville Hiram community, is carried out in spirit and in Monday ,with her sister, Mrs. lday thxough Monday for the in.observance of the btrthdayof visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For- Mr. and M, rs. Sydney Decker fact. MOTOR OIL James lICratne. [long weekend tioliday. Jefferson Davis. man. Jr.. Sunday. of CHester were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Nola,n S. Cage ] ....... I  I --- I " M,r. and Mrs. Mitchcl Perry of her brother-in-law and sis- of Percy's Creek were Wood- qart and daughters visited Mr. and tar. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. villa visitors on last Saturday Mrs. Barney Metcalfe in Cen- Saturday. afternoon 29c treville and Mr. and Mrs. Mal- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin Mr. D. L. Cumbo, one of our colm Sterling in McComb Wed- went to New Orleans Thursday enterprising young merchant, Looking for Something for a cheek-Up on his eye. is now the owner of a Willys- Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Williams Mrs. Betty Cooper and her Knight car of Lhe spot model Kraft and daughters. Barbara and s o:-in-law and daug, hter. of type w hi c h he purchased Wanda, of McComb visited his Rayville. La.. were weekend through the local agent. Mr. BBO SAUCE more sister, Mrs. F.rance Breedlove, guests of her brother-in-law Abe Cohen: Sunday. and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Joe "/5 YEARS AGO 18 oz. bottles Mr. Clarence Havard of Roberts. Natchez, Mrs. M. R. Greer and Mr. and Mrs. Buxney Boyd The meeting of those inter- 2 for  c Mrs. Jack Oreer of Vidalia, Mrs. Taylor of Zachary, La.. were ested in our Fair, called felt last I'i than T A. Jackson of Coles, and Mrs. Sunday guests of his mother, Tuesday, was not as well at- ,Bertha Stewart visited M,r. and Mrs. Wensel Taylor. tended as we hoped it would, Mrs. Clyde Havard in Baton Mr. and Mrs. Terry Martin but eve,ral of our prominent louge Thursday. and ,her mother, 1Viers. Cecil citizens were present and after Chicken-O-Sea Just Mobile Home Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Greer anti Breland, and her daughter. Miss talking the matter over. made UN - a Jack G00eor of Vldalia, Mr 'inda 00ryant all of ,Baton a ca00l for another meetin00 next CH K TUNA Billy Greer of Hexmanvllle, and Rouge, were Sunday guests of Saturday at which time we Mr. Gordon Greer of West Men- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold. hope a larger crowd will .attend. 61/2 oz. roe, La., visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of The excursion which left here Keller Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Cur- Baton Rouge and Mrs. Catherine, on Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock 41 tiss Havaxd and Mr. and Mrs. Open, shaw of HousIon. Texas, and returned the next morning C Ernest Klar, Jr.. Saturday and we,re weekend guests of Mrs. at 6 o'clock was pretty fairly try Sunday. Emma Bryant. l attended by our citizens. Those Mr Jck Sullivan and a friend Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter who went report having spent a Regular of Natchez visited Mrs. Jessie Cavin Sunday were Mr. and very pleasant day in New Mae Spelghts Sunday morning. Mrs. Michael Cav ln and chil- Orleans. KOTEX our dr on. Pat and Mlehelle. and Mr.I Mr. W. 3. Chapman. one of and Mrs. Jerry Cavin of Natchez i the best known drummers on BOX of 12 and M,r. and Mrs. Bobby John- the road, was here Wednesday son. l evening in .the interest of his , m k  --W : , lOhwe i: Let us andall'gever___Yt S unday.___: __.church next,,iirm, Simmons Hardware, Co., 39c .,-u-u- - -e -,- -e infl00ion .o, : MOBILE ,,oth,- ---:- ,a Something? B, ac,,,,um ..eb tee APPLE JELLY a drop in 18 oz. jar 29c - J Drive \\; DETERGENT ......   Giant Size Open ys a week 59c Jim Reeves o, omes, Inc. ),n:a:Staol;:Y::'eStl:meWnhtatdes For an answer Io0k at the present. Wait in Maternity Sportswear If you retired now, woul(t you have Service Quality Dependability enough money? If not. then it's time -- -- you found out about Farm Bureau from insurance and what it can do for those future retirement plans. Call your Doris and Jack McDaniel- Mgrs. Farm Bureauinsuranceagenttoday, " " " lynn' Hwy. 24 Centreville Richard F laccomio Virginia s 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 Parkmeadow Centreville = .......... = ..... I"l "'1 "1 III I I Woodville, Miss. " , I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woodvtlle Republican is authorized to announce Lhe fol- lowing candidates fox office in the municipal general elections on Tuesday, June 5, 1973: FOR MAYOR Town of Woodvi|le GEORGE J. GONDA MARVIN N. LEWIS CARD OF THANKS It is with deepest appreciation that we expre:ss ou,r thanks to all of the friends who have been so kind following the sudden death of our loved one. Mr. J. M. McCraine. Your many acts of friendship and sympathy have been a great comfort to s and we will ever be grateful to each of you. Special thanks go m those ,who sen,t food. flowers, cards and other expressions of eoncern.--Mrs. Thelma McCraine ir :!