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#age 2 . The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;sslpp; Friday..hm 1.5. lO73 rheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696, WoodvJlle, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis. Owner & Editor ubsqrlptlon Rates: One year, 4.00:6 raGS., $2.25, 3 raGS., M.25. Payable in advance. Second Class posture paid at WoodvilIe, Miss. 39669. IIOLLY RETREAT ItOMEMAKERS MEET Mrs. Velma White was ho,tess for the June meeting of the Holly Retreat Homemakers Club at her home last Thursday af- ternoon. Fourteen were present l'c,r the gat.hering including one few member. Mrs. Etta Faye Duck and one guest, Mrs. Sid- ney Lockridge. The presi2ent, Mrs. Thomas J. Cobb presided at the business se,,:smn. For tlae program, Mrs. Cobb gave an interesting article on the origin of the quilt, t,rac- ing the history of quilting back iceyond "covered wagon days." Interesting data on the subject was passed among the members. Patterr  for several items of craft were introduced to the club. During the social period, Mrs. White served a salad plate with homemade cookies and punch, The meeting tour of Mrs. flower garden. Centreville News Miss Suzanne McDaniel of Jackson spent the weekend wi,th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDaniel, and family. Mr. Bob Peterson and two sons, Ricky and Timmy, of Houston, Texas, are visiting in the home of Mrz. Edna Dalton Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughan spent ,the weekend with India- nolo relatives and friends. I Miss Jeanette Smiley and Mrs. T R. V. Wilson motored to Ruston, La., over ,the weekend fo.r a visit in the home of Mrs. R. A. Townsend. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Me- 1 Mrs. J. J.' Warren spent the Daniel. ! weekend in Ruston, La., where Mrs. J. B. Robinson has re- she visited in the home of her turned ,from a visit in the home son-in-la,w and daughter, Mr. of her daughters, Mrs. N. C. and Mrs.'Jarrett Hudnall. House and family in Batesvlllel Sunday visitors in the home and Mrs. R. P. Speed in Men-of Mr. ,and Mrs. Audrey Hughes tone, Ala. I were Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Mrs. Vera Clark Smith and daughter, Miss Donna Smith, are visiting in Oklahoma City, Okla., with her sons and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hedges, 1Vr. and Mrs. Melvin Hedges, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Mickey" Hedges, and families. "Bubba" McKey and Timmy McKey have been visiting with their brother-In-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dermic Wenzel, in Foley, Ala. Friends of MLrs. Mary Alice Hollis regret that she ,is on the sick list and wish her .an early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ander,s' and family of Zachary, La., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs J. M. McCraine. Out-of-town friends visiting in her home on Monday included closed wi*th a Mrs. S. E. McCraine of Wood- White's lovely ville and Miss Lydia Farrr of Baton Rouge. Hughes and sons of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Conway Hughes and family of Vidalia, La. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Earl Hills and son, Mark, of Pasadena, Texas. are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hills. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Perry of Litchfield. Michigan, are visit- ing in the home of her curt.t, Mrs. Hiram McGraw, and fa.m- fly. I BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson of Centreville in Field Memorial Community Hospi,tal on June 7. a son, Jason Bradley. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Jackson of Gloster, and maternal grand- father is Mr. Albert Yllander of Centrevllle. GRANDDAUGIITER OF MRS. W. L. TAYLOR WEDS IN ZACHARY Miss Edith Lillian Lowrey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lowrey of Baton Rouge, and Mr. Kenneth Monson, son of M,r. and Mrs. Andrew Monson, also of Baton Rouge, were .united in marriage at St. Francis Episco- pal Church in Zachary, Louisi- ana, on Saturday, June 2, at seven o'clock in the evening. The Rev. John Allen; rector, of- ficiated at the double ring rites. The bride is the granddaugh- ter of Mrs. W. L. Taylor of Cen- treville. Given in marriage by ,her father, the bride wore a white summer knit and carried 9. nose- gay of pink and white carna- tions. Mis_ Pat Monson, sister of the bridegroom, served o's ,maid of honor, and Miss Jill Lowrey was bridesmaid. Bill Lowrey, brother of the bride, was best man for Mr. Monson and Andy Monson. his brother, served as usher. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple V)s hon- ored at a reception giei.in the home of his p.rent: ,.:::" Mr. and Mrs. Mons0h will make heir home in Baton Rouge who,re he is employed. : L Mrs. Robext ReevJ,d chil- dren of Magnoha. : i  guests Monday of her a, unt/t uncle. Mrs. Julia McElwee,- nd Mr. Weyland Dixon. Miss Irma Butler spent Mon- day visiting in the home of her brother. Mr. Pollard Butler. and Mrs. Butler in Clinton. La. Take away the electricity and what have you got? Z . Today's living de- pends on electricity.. ,without it, we'd literally be in the "dark ages?Today, the average American uses more electric- ity, for more purposes, than ever before. It's important to. everyone to use electrici wisely--not wastefully. The cost of electric power has increased in re- cent years. Several things are responsible for this. First, the cost of producing electricity has increasea, because the fuels used to produce it are more expensive. Secondly, the cost of distributing electric power has rsen, because of increased labor costs for in- stalling and maintaining lines, .and higher financing costs for capital improvements. Through efficient dis- tribution methods, your Elec- tric Power Association has kept your electric rates as low as possible; the cost of elec- tricity has not risen as fast as the cost of many other neces- sities of life. As a homeowner, you can do a lot toward keeping your electric bill low. Be sure your electric heating and air conditioning system is operating efficiently...turn off unneeded lights.., used wisely, electricity is still a bargain. SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION Friends of little Miss Kim Whittington, granddaughter of Mr. Nolan Whittington, regret that ste suffered a broken bone in her leg last week while on a swimming trip. Best wist]es go out for Kim's early 'ccovery. The Afternoon Circle of United Methodist Women met in the home of Mrs. Benny Vine on Tuesday of this week at 3:30. Mrs. Mike Carr of Brookhavcn is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Field. Mis Lael White of Baton Rouge spent the weekend here l with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. White. Mrs. W. L. Taylor attended the wedding of her granddaugh- ter, Miss Edith Lillian Lowrey, in Zachary, La., on June 2. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amnotd drove over to Gloster Thursday m visit their brother-ln-law anti sister. Mr and Mr:s. Sydney Decker, and also spent a while with Mrs. Alice Cavin. Mrs. Bobby Johnson took her grand.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. to Baton Rouge Friday far the day. Sunday evenng guests of the Louis Arnolds were Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Rymer of Rosetta. Mrs. Catherine Openshaw of Houston. Texas. is spending a while with her mother, Mrs. Emma Bryant. We are scxry to hear that Mrs. Emm.a Bryant's brother-in- law. Mr. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge, is hospitalized tl:ere anct hope that he will soon be able to go home. Sunday guests of Mrs. Sallie Cavin were Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Low CCC Grain Stocks Will Affect Marketing Methods Of Farmers I Farmers can expect long-term beneficial effects from the sale of Cmmnodity Credit Corpora- l, ion (OCO) grin stocks, and lhey should plan their market- ir,:, opt'rations with this new faelor in mind, a local official I i said this week. [ "For the first time in a quar- [ ter of a century, producers no1 longer have huge government [ grain sleeks hanging over the[ market," said James W. Calvert, chairman of the Wilkinson County Agricultural Stabiliza- tion and Consexvation (ASC) i Committee. "This mean,s that 'farm prices in the future will more faithfully reflect the pull of the market." With CCC grain stcks pr,actically out of the picture, farmers may want to plan their eve roll marketing cpcrations accordingly, he said. C'-airman Calvert stated that the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture recently announced that CCC h,a,s sold or earmarked for spee!al use all of its corn and wheat and has only small stocks of barley, rye and sor- ghums. The only gxain being held in sizable quantity in COC's uncommitted inventory is oats. he added. Orderly movement of govern- ment-held grain stocks into commercial channels has been progressing since early January .when USDA announced plans to expand sales of CCC grain, the chairman .said. The departmen pointed out then that it has a legal obliga.tion to supplemen short supplies of private grain, and since then over 25{) million U.S.D.A. Chuck ROAST lb. 89c Shoulder ROAST lb. 99c Chuck STEAK lb. $1.09 ;! F RYER Thighs 1 2 b. box $1.39 Washington X-Fancy Delicious enee Cavin and boys, Danny and bushels, of CCC grain have en- APPLES ' h tered the malket, he :stated. John, and Mrs Cavms mot er, Mrs. Parson, of Baton. Rouge. This means that anyone who The little boys are spending the wnts to buy grain or soybeans Ib 31 week here with their grand-bids for these commoditie,s on mother. Ithe open market, Chairman " l Calver.t said. "Supply and de- 'mand now dominate prices California r_. _ WWAC SENIORS ENJOY which are no longer depressed v,ng CHERRIES lb. 59c U. S. No. 1 Yellow ONIONS lb. 15c Save 50c! Lipton Instant TEA 3 oz. jar 89c O-CeI-O SPONGE Large, Reg. 45c Our Low Price 25c Rubbing ALCOHOL 16 oz. bottle 19c HOLSUM or BREAD 4 - 30c Loaves 95c (With $5 Purchase) Parkmead0w Centreville FIVE DAYS IN TEXAS Ten seniors from William Winans Attendance Center. along with their chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Smith, enjoyed a marvelous five days in Galveston and Houston. Texas. They boarded Lhe Greyhound chartered bus at William Winans eampu.s on Friday, May 25. at ,11:15 a.m. and arrived back on Tuesday, May 29, about 6:15 p.m, The seniors spent two won- cler.ful days and nigh.is at the fabulous Jean Lafitte Hotel downtown in Galveston. They als0 toured many interesting places, namely, Old and New G/ilveston, including Seawall Boulevz,rd. Remains of Fort Crockett, Rosenberg Library, : Shrimp Fleet. Dock. Yacht Basin and dozens of other places of interest. They ended their two daJ?s stay by swimming in the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. They then left for Houston Where they registered at the beautiful Holiday Inn near Astrowarld, spending two days and nights there. They toured the Astro- dome. Astroworld and Astrohall. by huge government-owned sur- pluses." i Looking to he future, this condition can be expected to continue as U.S. farmers con- tinue o produce for markets at home and abroad, the chairman added Therefore. farmerg'every- where can be looking ahead now to newer marketing methods as they have already begun to do in many sections of the country. Calvert nted that interest in forward contracting, hedging, and other forms of marketing to lock in profits, often ,before crops are even planted, is in- creasing across the country. "One has only to notice the big increase m articles on the sub- ject now appearing in the farm press to see this." he added. Now is the time fr farmers to get information and ,make their own decisions a be u t whether. nd in what way, to go about locking in the price ithey need to pay their expenses and make a profit, the county executive sugges,ted'. Informa- ]tion is available from local and national cooperatives, other lo- cal and national grain dealers. land-grant colleges, and. fre- In addition to touring ttaese tn-lquently, frrom bankers and other tm:esting places, they visited the  sources of farmer financing, he zoo and beautiful Bu,sh Garden. pointed out. The ten seniors who enjoyed l "We can't tell a farmer when these five wondexful days are or at what price he should sell, [ Eunlce Daniel, Lionel Gaulden, [becau.se he is the one who takes I Barbara Gordon, Marllyn Green, I,the lj}sk and stands to. lose or'[ John Graves, Cash Jones, Dorifilgain, Calver,t said. However, I Washington, Winan Allen, An-l farmers everywhere are looking I drea Bingham and Moniea Jack- I at their various options, and son. this is the way it should be. I ! Come See Our Fast Selling Sportswear Lines! We've got all kinds of fun fabrics in Junior sizes 3 to 15, such as flared jeans by H.I.S. We have knit tops and matching slacks by Pandora and Red-Eye, and last but not least, a beautiful selection of swimsuits by Sea Fair. Virginia Lynn's Pa rkmea dow Centrevi lie