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rheWoo dvilleRepublicau • Published every Friday by The Woodvflle Republican, 8ox 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 Iohn S. I.ewis, Owner & Editor • lubseripLion Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 raGS., $2.25; 3 raGS., Sl.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at a/oodville, Miss. 39(i69. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppl Centreville News Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hugh Reed Mrs. Judy Brown and daugh- and family of Atlanta, Ga., ar- ter. "Dusty," cf Clinton, La.. and rived here lazt week for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Setter- in the home of her mother, Mrs. ville cf Centreville visited Mr. Harry Lord. and Mr. Lord. and Mrs. George Greer Sunday.! Mrs. Charles Barnard visited Miss Wanda Metcalfe of Cen-'Bato n Rouge relatives Monday treville arrived Saturday to and Tuesday, having gone down spend a few days ,with her for a memorial service honoring brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Lonner Tullier. and Mrs'. itchell Perry. | t Mr. and Mrs. James Bru,mley -Mrs. Margie Haygood of the and sons, Ronnte and Donnle University of Southern Missis-.of Baton Rouge spent 'the July sppi at Hattiesburg visited her 4th holidays with her parents, i::ren,ts. M;r. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Thompson. Klar. Jr. the past weekend. I Mrs. Thomas Cobb visited in Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and the home of her son, Mr. Rob- children of St. Francisville vis- ert Cobb, and family in Baton ited her mother and sister, Mrs. Rouge the first of the week. Louise Day and Mrs. Charlie] Brabham, Jr., and Mr. Brabham and she returned home with Saturday. I them. Mrs. Carol Boles and daugh- We wish Mrs. Bertha Stewart ter. Laurie Ann, of Baton Rouge a speedy recovery. She is at visited her moher. Mrs. Ge0rgelhome now and can see her Greer. and Mr. Greer for a few friends. days last week. I Mr. Curtiss I-Iavard, Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant ] Baton Rouge visited his father, anti son. David, of Natchez and Mr. Curtiss Havard, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell McC$ain of La- Mrs. Joe Mathis the past week- fayette, La.. visited their grand- end. father, Mr. R. V. Forman, Sun- Mr. and Mr.s. Ross Ceckerham day. and sons, Jeffrey and Johnny, Mr. Gordon Rymer suffered of Tequesta, Florida, arrived to a stroke Wednesday and is a visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. patient in Field Hosoital in Ross Cockerhm of Gloster and Centreville. We wish .him a' Mrs. Curtiss Havard, and Mr. rapid recovery. I Havard for a while. Mr. and Mfrs. Tom Craft of I Mrs. Lloyd For,man, Jr., and Louisville visited her father, Mr.]daughter, April, left Sunday to Lucien Murray, the past week-/visit her brother-in-law ,and end. /.sister, Mr. and Mrs Richard Mrs. James Livingston of / Murray, in Baton Rouge. Hammond. La.. visited here with] Miss Krlsty Bruss of Centre- her mother. Mrs. Bob Keller, ville visited Mrs. Phyllis Marie Monday. Breedlove Saturday and Sun- Mr. D. N. Williams visited his day. son and daughter-in-law. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Havard, and Mrs. T. A. Williams. in Sr., and son, Wayne, of Natchez Church Hill the past weekend. I visited her parents; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rymer of/Mrs. Iverson Murr:ay, Saturday. Picayune visited his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McCabe Mr. Gordon Rymer, at Field and daughter, Kelly, left n- Memorial Hospital and his sis- day for their new home in Alex- Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knighton Relatives visiting in the home .and daughter, Holli, attended of Mrs. John Vaughan and fam- the golden ,wedding anniversary ily and Mrs. . E. Blalock and celebration of her brother and family last weekend included sister-in-law. Mr..and Mrs. Rus- Mrs. Annie Anders of Fayette sell Shults. in Quincy, Illinois, and her daughter. Mrs. James on Sunday, July 1. Before re- Walters. and t,qree son, John, • ning home tLey planned to Rusty an Chris. of Belview. tvit other relatives, including Nebraska; a niece. Mrs. Glen Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stolder and Knudsen. Mr. Knudsen. and two amily in Mayvood, ,Miss,ourL children, Kai and Kim. of and Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Shults Champaign, Illinois. Additional in Ewing, Missouri. relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan and son, Bobby, over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and children, Joe and Edna. of Vidalia. Mrs, C. J. Richardson has re- turned home from a visit in the home of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rich- ardson. Jr.. and family in Cleve- land, having accompanied their daughter, Lee. back home fol- lowing a visit of several weeks in her home here in Centreville. Mrs. Charles McElwee and Mr. Weyland Dixon spent the week- end in New Orlean,s visiting in the home of their brother-in- law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. TALENT SHOW WINNER slowed by low temperature. Good storage fa:ilities - should .n'avidc t': o best p,ssibie refrig- eration for the specific voge- l, able. THE V1FRSATHE SOYBEAN without b]inking an eye. In fact. a Misslssippian may paint h!s house, take a bath. cover the kitchen floor, or even feed hi's family with the help ;K the eontemic:)rary magical bean. Yet. many would sol rec- ognize it if tl]ey met it face to face. The extraordinary bean? The Myron Turfitt, and family. Myrna Frances Reynolds. 1S- Mrs. W. E Landshoff of Pound l year-old ninth grade student of Ridge, New York, is visiting in i Centreville Academy, is show,] the home of her ,mother. Mrs. accepting the winner's trophy of J. R. Reese. Friends of Mrs. the East and West Feliciana Reese are pleased that she is Farm Bureau Talent ShOW. [ doing nicely following eye sur- I This win sends Myrna to Mon- gery. Mrs. Ida Lee Ford. Mrs. Lea- roe. La.. on July 10 to compm;e Jack was m]pres.';d witl] tl]e for the stale title. Myrna has qualitier; of hi magical bean. men Stevens Mrs. Mabel Law- been in competitive twh'ling for But today's consumers use one son, Miss Robin Pryne. and Miss four years and has won over 159 a'.m.qst as remark:able every day, trophies. She is the dauzhtcr of Mr. and' Mrs. James Reynolds of Norwood. La. Jewel Peterson. Jr., of the Farm Bureau prcented the trophy. Business: Adjournment. The minutes of the last reg- ular meeting were read. Alder- lowly soybean, of course. The man Van Cleave moved. AI- oybean is a number one cash derman Bell seconded that tte crop in the U. S. as well as a minutes be approved as read. leader in export and acreage. Motion carried unanimously. The soybean an5 its by-prod- Balances m Town Fund:: uets are components in so many General Fd., $3.05.88: Fire Pro- consumer items that il would April Ussery of Alexandria. La., were gueats last Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst. Mrs. David Stilley and son, Bill, of Albany, La.. spent Sat- urday and Sunday .wih her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nettles. and family. Other visitors in the Nettles home include .a grand- son, Lynn Nettles, of,Vicksburg. Mrs. Larry Qumn and son. Larry, Jr., of McComb and Miss Faye Etheridge of Tylertown were visitors Monday in the home of heir brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etheridge, and children, vention Fd, £8993.93: Street be almost impossible to list Mrs. Edna Dalton left Sunday Improve,ment Fd., $34.522,22; them. for ,a Fourth of July visit with Water-Sewer Operation & Main- Such diverse products as her son-in-law and daughter, tenance Fd., $1.130.99: Water- p,int,:, soaps, vinyl tiles, cook- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Collins, and Sewer Revenue F’., $9,266.05; ing oil, frozen desserts and hot- family in Natchez and with her Light Fd.', 8,781.01; Gas Syste'm ........................................... sister, Mrs. Guy Womble, and Revenue Fd., $28,674.94: Total. family in Jonesville. $94,375.02; Revenue Sharing Fd. Mr. and Mrs. Toler Nettles $'39,938.00. ter and nieces, Mrs. Bob Keller, andria, La., where he is em- and Mr. and Mrs. Brown Talbot, Mrs. France Breedlove and Mrs. ployed. The McCabes visited her all of Ba'ton Rouge, visited in Jessie Mae Speights, Saturday parents, "Mr. and Mrs. E L the home of Mr. Nettles's sister, and Sunday. Forman, Sr., the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Day and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Greer and daugh.ter, Patty, motored to Mrs. Jack Oreer of Vidalla, La., South Carolina to visit their visited Mr. George Greer and .daughter, Mrs. Dora Godwin, Mrs. Bertha Stewart Sunday. I COME EARLY to take advantage of our new FALL SPORTSWEAR which has just begun to arrive. go • • 00rglma Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville l I Mrs. ft. M. MeCraine, Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Alma Browning of Baton Rouge spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Barnard, and family. Miss Lee Warren of Greens- boro, N. C., is enjoying a sum- mer's visit wit'h her mother, Mrs. J. J. Warren, and on Tues- Court Fines and Forfeits col-" lected in May $115.00. Collector of Utilities paid col- lections :m May as 'follows: Water-Sewer Fd.: Water, $2,157. '12; Sewer, $911,08; Penalty, $31. 69. Water-Sewer Operation & Maintenance: Sales Tax. $144.50. Gas System Revenue Fd.: Gas, $6,262.50: Penalty, $63.84; Sales Tax, $257.00. I am charging the Collector of Utilities with the May bills day of this week they motored as follows: Water, $2,216.{0; to Ruston, La., for ,a Fourth of Sewer, $934.71; Gas, $3.934.33: July visit ,with other family Sales Tax, $307.23; Total. $7,- members, Mr. and Mrs. Jarret 392.77. Hudnall and their children. Proceedings Of The Centreville Mayor And Board Of Aldermen Be it remembered that there was begun and held in the Council Room in the Town of Centrevflle, Mississippi, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5. 1973, a regular meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Centreville. Alderman Van Cleave moved. Alderman Bell seconded that claims 1271 through 1300 be ap- proved for payment. Motion car- ried unanimously, Alderman McKey moved. Al- derman Rollins seconded that $8,000.00 be transferred from the Gas System Fund to the Gen- eral Fund for payment of op- erating expenses in June. Mo- tion carried unanimously. Alderman Germany moved Alderman MeKey seconded that the Natural Gas Imp!;ovements Con.tract be paid when final Present and presiding Mayor approval i.s given by the City Fred L. Hetler; Z.E. {Bob) Engineer, Barth and Associates. Motion carried unanimously. There being no further bus- iness to come before the meet- ing, upon motion duly made and seconded the meeting recessed. Fred L. Hetzler. Mayor Bell, C. C. Germany, Jr.. Iver- son McKey, John Rollins, A. Kent Van Cleave, Aldermen: M. .. Erstllng, Clerk; James E. Wilkerson, Jr., /ttorney. Ab- sent: None. The meeting was called to order and there came on o be heard ,and considered the fol- lowing matters of busLness: In- vocation; Reading of minutes of previous meeting . Approval of minutes; Financial report A. Ap- proval of Claims Docket; Resolu- tions, Petitions and Memorials; Departmental Reports; Other Make your last round decision. Ford . Price4igh00r Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss, 00HOME00 by Marjorie White, Home Agent STORAGE oF FRESH VEGETABLES Proper handling and storage is essential to preerve the freshness and nutritional value of vegetables..Vegetables con- t'rue o live after being har- vested, and continue to age anc mature. This process can ,be Friday, July 6, 973 d dogs may contain parts of the soybean. Many fortified breads include small texturizing flecks of soybean that add nutrition m the loaf. Soy stabilizers .are used in peanut butter, and soy oils in scores of foods made with vegetable oils. High protein bean meal pro- able for tie-dyeing, according to the specialist. However, a lightweight, thin fabric such as batiste, silk. nylon, unbleached muslin, sateen or chiffon works best. Other materials needed arc commercial dyes, heavy string, - newspaper and work apronu, or vides low-cost nutrition in cer- coveralls, rain foods such as the soy frank- "To tie-dye, wash the fabric furter Many soy hotdogs are to remove ,sizing. Dry and then indistinguihable from their select colors of dyes you wish all-meaL counterparts and cost to use. Any good commercial considerably less. Animal feeds are another use of the magical bean. Ahnost all the meat eal;en by Americans is s, oyban fed before slaughter. And that's no fairy tale. TIE-DYEING SIMPLE WAY TO DECORATE' FABRICS Mississippi State. Mis. - Tie-. dyeing is a fascinating yet simple way to decorate fabrics. It may be used to decorate fabrics for scarves, place mas, ties, pillowcases, blouses or even. wall h a n gin g, says Sarah Ftmntain. home furnishings specialist fGr the Cooperative Extension Service at Mississippi State University. Any washable fabric is suit- dye will do. Follow directions on the package." Miss Fountain explained. Several methods can be used to tie the fabric. According to the specialist you can tie or knot the fabric on itself. The fabric should be folded so that it can be knotted in several places. "After the fabric is folded and tied, dye according to direc- tions. Remove ties. dry and press fabric. Your tie-dyed fabric is ready to be made into the desired article." she stated. Want Ads Get Quick Results! STOREWIDE CLEARANCE SALE on all of our fine SUMMER MERCHANDISE This sale includes such items as: Boys' Shirts. As much as 50% OFF on Men's Slacks and Shirts. Be sure and not miss this great SUMMER SALE. Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville 00eKey Motor Co. for the 'Finest Used Cars in Southwest Miss' • 1973 Pont. Gran Prix 2D HT • 1971 Buick LeSabre 4D Sed. • 1973 Ods Delta Royale 2D HT @ 1972 Ford Gal. 500 2D HT • 1968 Ford Custom 4D Sed. • 1972 Chev. Impala 4D HT • 1971 Chev. Caprice 4D HT • 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 2D HT @ 1971 Pont. Lemons GT 37 2D HT • 1971 Chev. Impala 4D HT • 1967 Buick LeSabre 4D Sed. • And More ! Lot Full of FiNE USED CARS Like These and More Highway 24-33 Intersection Centrevil]e, Miss. € ,1 /