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Page 2 rheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by Fie Woodvllle Republican, [ox 69(i, Woodville, Miss 39669 lohn S. l,ewis, Owner & Editor 4ubscription Rates: One year, 400; 6 raGS., $225; 3 raGS., I.5, Payable In ndvanee. ,-iecond Class l)osLage paid at J(,odville, Miss. 39{169. CENTREVlI,I,E CANCER CRUSADE IS SUCCESS AGAIN THIS YEAR The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi .==.o.=N,m,,i,em.m,=,mmmo.=..,. ..... .=, MISS SUSIE REESE Centreville News The fellowship hall ,of the ................ I Centreville Baptist Church was ,,,,,,,,,m,,,o , ,,.D ........ ,, ................... [the setting on Thursday after- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward t Centreville :friends of .the Lnoon, June 2'1, t'er a lovely tea Wright and Mrs. Edna Dalton Harry M. Strickland family of have returned home ,from a Baton Rouge extend their sym- weekend visit in West Point. Ipathy in the death of Mr. The Wrights were guests in Strickland on Sunday at Baton the home of their on-in-laWlRouge .General Hospital. A ha- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.tive of Centreville and a veteran Jes Davldson, and familY and of World War II, ,he was 57 years Mrs. Dalton of her sister, Mrs. of age and was an employee of B. H. Murrah, an d family. I Ethel Corp. Survivors include his Dr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson, , wife, Mrs. Velma Wright Strick- Jr., and children of Jackson land; two daughters, Misses spent Sunday visiting in the 'Harriet Susan Strickland " and Mrs. C. J. Rehardon, fund chairman for the Centreville visit in .the home of her paren.ts, CP, ncer Fund Crusade, announces that the drive this year was l even more a success than last[ I year. According to Mrs. Richard- I I son and Mrs. J. J. Warren, who I served as co-cha!rman, $856.88 I was collected in the Centrevillel home of his ,parents, Mr and Mrs. Glen Anderson, and John. Mr and Mrs. Dermic Wenzel of Foley, Ale,, are expected to arrive here this .weekend for a area. Mrs. Richardson would like to expre.s her thanks to the vol- unteer workers who are respon- sible for the success of the drive. Those assisting her in volun- teer work included: Shopping Center, Mrs. S y I v i a Nutt; Schools, Prof. O. R. Dillon md Mr, s. Billy Cavin Gordy; Wm. Carter Plant, W. H. Smith; Hos- pital, Mrs. Earl DuBose; Clinic, Mrs. E. B. Robin.on; Churches Mrs. Beatrlee Baker and Miss Charlotte Floyl; Book Club, Mrs. Warren; City of Centreville door-to-door, Mrs. Ethel Ander- son, Mrs. Bertha Gunn, Mrs. Luther Williams, Mrs. Brooksie Ah, Mrs. Joe Brian, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright, Mrs.' M. L. Robinson, Mr.-=. Lynda O'Quin, Mrs. Sandra McKey, Mrs. S andra Templeton, Mrs. Nannie Ash, Mrs. T. B. Graves, Mrs, Thelma McCraine, Mrs. Bernice Waddell, Mrs. Annie Sims. Mrs. Celine Knighton, Mrs. Price Temple- ton, Mrs. Clara Jones, Mrs. Audrey Hughes, and Miss Mamie Rushing. i Gay Nell Strickland, Baton I B0uge; and one brother, , Swan- son Strickland, Beaumont, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Causey are enjoying a visit this week and next from their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Causey, Jr., and sons, Mark land Gary, of Midland, Tex., .and 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Causey and ! children, Aan, Steven, and Karen, of Huntsville, Ale. shower honoring Miss Mary Louise "Susie" Reese, bride-elect of Mr. Mike Daughdrill. Hostesses for the four to six Hunting Seasons Set; Local Dates Delayed Hunting seasons for small game, 'wild turkey and deer have been set by the Mississippi Game and Fish Commission. The ll-member board of game ' and fish commissioners, which ' took into consideration ideas o'clock courtesy were Mrs. Iver- voiced by sportsmen at six pub- son McKey, Mrs. John Rollins, l'c hearings recently, set s!a- Mrs. Allen Rollins, M:r. Matt, .ons on quail, rabbit, squirrel, Duck, and Mrs. Harris Jones. i o'possum, raccoon, wild turkey and white-tail deer. Doves, Tall basket arrangements of ducks and other migratory ant- magnolias and pink hydrangeas reals are controlled by tte Fed- decorated the hall where Mrs. eral Government, and seasans John Rollins and Mrs. Jones on these species will be set later alternated in receiving guests this summer, with the honoree and he:r mother and grandmother, Mrs.  The setting of the seasons Troy Reese, Sr., and Mrs.. Willie was delayed in the following Mac Dixon. Miss Reese chose to counties, or parts of counties, wear for the occasion a pale until the effects of floodwater pink knit, which was accented conditions on wildlife popula- Tie Rev. and Mrs. Vernon B. McGehee o Panama City, Fla., were guests last Thursday and Friday In the home of his fa- ther, Dr. Robert McGehee, and Mrs. McGehee. Mr. ,and Mrs. Iverson McKey, coming especially ,for the wed- amg of MISS Susie Reese and Mr. Mike Daughdrlll on Satur- day, June 30. Mrs. Harry Ash and daugh- ters, Mrs. William Netterville of Centreville and Miss Sarah AshJ of Memphis, Tenn., left Tuesday for a vacation visit to Hawaii. Little Miss Cindy Dixon of Baker, La., spent ,the past week visiting in :the home of ,her grandmother, Mrs. Vivian Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones en- tertained at a reunion over the weekend honoring f.amily mem- bers and friends. Those enjoy- ing the weekend with them Mrs. Truett Tumey of Centre- ville and her son-in-law and daughter, ,Captai n and Mrs. Larry Dobbs, and children Sandy and Jason, of Gulfpm't, have returned from a vacation outing to Disney World, Tampa and Pensacola, Fla. The mornlng circle of United Methodist Women will not have their July ,meeting next Tues- day, July 3, but will meet the were Mr. and Mrs. Edmond W. following Tuesday, July 10, in Jones and children Jane 'a.ndLthe home of Mrs. Harry C. Ash. Jackie, of Fresno, Calif.; Mr., _n 1 Mrs. J. M. McCrame of Cen- and Mrs. Merritt E. Jones a u I _f trev llle and Mrs. Vernon Nettles children, Greg ,and Pam, _.u lo f Zachary, La visited in the Houston, Texas; Me. and mrs. t Ben Alan Jones, Meridian; Mr. and Mrs. Garland Atwood ,and son, Scooter, Laurel; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Levy and chil- dren, Pebble Lynn, Tayna, and Ronnie, Bogalusa, Lad and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kieslich, Centre- ville. Mrs. Carolyn Teeter and chil- dren of Pass Christian are vis- iting in the ,home of her father, homes of Mr. and Mrs. Toler [Nettles in Baton Rouge and Mr., :and Mrs. Stun Bell .and daugh-[ ter, Donna, in Baker on Thurs- I day of last week. [ The Rev. Sherman Vogel, stu-] dent at New Orleans Baptist/ .Seminary, filled the pulpit at Centreville Baptist Church the past two Sundays in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Donald tions are more fully evaluated: with a white glad,ioli corsage presented her by the kostesses. :Adams, Claiborne, Jefferson and Wilkinson counties west of High- The tea table was lald with 'way 61 and Highway 3; Issu- e white cut-work cloth .and helcl queue, Sharkey, Yazoo wet of' a 'ilve:r bowl filled .wit,h pink Highway 3 and Highway 49-W; roses and white daJies flanked Washington and Bolivar coun- by silver candelabra holding tail ties west, of Highway 1; and white tapers. Green was the Coahoma, DeSoto and Tunica featured color motif in the, west of tiae Main Mi',ssissippi )unch which was served from a crystal bowl with party squares, i River levee. mints ,and nuts by Mrs. Ned? Following are season dates, Allen, Miss Emily Jo Rollins, limits, and open areas for hunt- and Miss Melanie Cavin. ling during the 1973-74 season: Presiding at the guest reglsterl QUAIL: Nov. 22, 1973 through Feb. 19, 1974. 12 per day; 24 in were Mrs. Delton Moore andj posses.siGn. RABBITS: May be hunted with guns by licensed hunters Mrs. Robert Payne, Jr.' A handsome array of gifts was on display during the en- tertainment. The honoree was during open season'on any other presented a lovely silve tray by game hunted with gun:s. Bag her hoatesse.s. !l:mit: 8 per day; 16 in posses- I sion. Shooting l,aurs: Sun,rise l'to sunset only. VAN CLEAVE MEMORIAL SQUIRRELS: Zone I - Coun- ties north of and including I s- LIBIARY NEWS I saquena, Sharkey, Yazoo, Madi- son, Attala, Winston and Nox- Mississippi Showboat Summer ubee: Sept. 29, 1973, through Reading Club is now navigating Dec. 27, 1973. Zone II - Coun- nicely at Van Cleave Memorial of Cla, rke, George, Greene, Library. Teachers say they can Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, notice the difference in children Kemper, Lauderdale, Pearl Riv- who have read during the sum- er, Perry, Stone, and Wayne: Mr. M. E. Cra,wford. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C E Berryhill regret that he is hos- pitalized in Field Memorial, and best wishes ,go out .for his early recovery. Mrs. R. E. Fortenberry, Jr., of Columbia spent the first of this veek with her mother, Mrs. J. M. McCraine. I I I III I I II II O'Quin. The Rev. ,and Mrs. Vogel Jmer and those who have not. were weekend guests in the The Story Hour for pre-sehool home of Mrs. Harris Jones. children meets every Wednes- The Rev. and Mrs. Donald day at 10 a.m., but will meet O'Qutn were expected to return next week on' Tuesday, July 3, to ,Centreville "this week fromiinstead of .Wednesday, July 4. i Ridgecrest Assembly, North Car- I Mothers, do bring your children ollna, and a visit with Mrs. for this interesting hour. O'Quin's parents in Birming-[ ham, Ale. I James Anthony Willingham, infant son of Mr. and Mes. Jerry McKey Motor Co. for the 'Finest Used Cars in Southwest Miss' 1973 Pont. Gran Prix 2D HT 1971 Buick LeSabre 4D Sed. 1971 Ford Gal. 500 4D Sed. 1970 Chev. P. U. (Extra Clean) 1970 Chev. Impala 2D HT 1969 Chev. Impala 4D HT 1971 Pont. Catalina 4D HT 1971 Chev. Impala 4D HT 1971 Pont. Lemans GT 37 2D HT 1973 OIds Delta Royale 2D HT 1972 Ford Gal. 500 2D HT 1972 Ford Gran Torino 2D HT 1972 Chev. Impala 4D HT 1971 Chev. Caprice 4D HT 1971 Chev. Impala 2D HT 1972 Merc. Montego MX 2D HT Lot Full of FINE USED CARS Like These and More Centreviile, Miss. Highway 24-33 Intersection I I I I Nov. 3, 1973, through Jan. 31, 1974. Zone III - All counties not included above: Oct. 13, 1973, through Jan. 10, 1974. Bag limit: 8 per day; 16 in possession. Ex- cept in ,those counties or parts of counties where setting of the seasons have been delayed. O'POSSUMS, RACOONS: May be run with dogs by licensed !hunters throughout the year Friday, June 29, I73 2 Big MR. PAUL'S 5th Ar00niversary and Appreciation SALE! Pick UP Your Lucky Ticket Now For These Prizes -- 1st Prize: Rollins' Homelite XL2 CHAIN SAW, plus 2 men's wrist watches, 2 men's rings, 1 child's tricycle. Free Favors for the Kiddies. You do not have to be present to win. Tender, Tasty 000und !;TEAK lb. U.S. No. 1 Yell0w ONIONS lb. q Henderson SUGAR 5 lb. beg 19c (With purchase any size of 4 light bulbs) t Blue Bonnet Sti&OLEO 31bs. $1.00 Mother's Best FLOUR 5lb. bag 59c Willingham of Centreville, re-except season shall be closed from March 23 through April ceived the rites of Bapti._m at ' ' Thomson Memorial Pre.sbyterian 30, 1974, in all counties or area;s , open for turkey hunting May Church during the 11 oclockl ' ' ' be taken for food and pelts service Sunday with the Rev. I i h " ' ' " wt out a gun m all countms Larry Mills, pastor officiating. ' " lter W I from October 6 through Novem- Mr and Mrs wa ' ber 16 1 ' n k 973 May be taken with Pro,pst, Jr, aid childre , Mar ,i_ ' , " .... ,flogs. alia guns ,Ior pelts ana Carlton Kimberly and Krlstin o  , , .... ' - l .... " zoos, from ov 17, 1973, through nave remrnea rom a ae lgnrtui ........ "eD ID IU'l o . vacation outing at Fort Walton ' ' ' Beach, Fla. They were joined I WILD TURKEY: March 23 t r through Apr 21 1974 m the there by Mrs. Props .s sister, , Mrs. Tom W. Burk, and chil- following (among others) coun- dren, Bill and Walter, of Hous-!ties or parts of counties=: Adams east of Highway 61; Amite. ton, Texas._ - I ARCHERY Season on Turkey De] Monte No. 303 cans i Gobblers: All counties or parts CENTREVILLE TO USE of counties listed above shall be l [:rUi] Cock|0il 4 f[)r $1 00 REVENUE' SHARING ON open Apr. 22, 1974, through Apr. !30, 1974, for hunting gobblers [ STREET IMPROVEMENT only with longbow and arrow i only. Bag limit: 1 gobbler per The Town of Centzeville plansday; 2 gobblers per season. to expend its Revenue Sharing, Baiting, feeding and hunting Welchade Red 46 oz. cans Allocation for the entitlement I turkeys over bait, with dogs, period beginning January 1,1live decoys or electrically or 1973, ,and ending June 30, 1973,!mechanieallyi z0und operated calling or GRAPE DRNK 3 f_. $1 0O for street improvement, town reproducing devices are .  officials announced this week. ; prohibited by regula,tion of the One hundred percent of the an-I Gem,mission. No hunlting with t icipated ,total of $7,290 is ex-ldogs allowed from March 23 pected to be expended on streets, 1 through April 3{) in all areas 1 I the announcement stated. (Continued on Page 5) tstue elate i NOTICE! ONLY 4 days left to take advantage of Virginia Lynn's 4th of July SALE MAYONNAISE, qt 65c: Parkmeadow Shopping Center -- Centreville This SALE Ends July 3rd Virginia Lynn's Pa &meadow CentreviJle