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Friday, July 13, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss/sslppl Page 5 'L} , i} COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEET State of Micissippi County of Wilkinson Be it known anti remembered that on this the 2nd day of July, A. D., 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m., the Wilkinson County 13oard of Su- pervisors tenor, ned in regular monthly scssian in the Court- house. The roll being called, the fol- lowing answered present: Steve Red, A. J. Darden, Leon Cavin, Lculs Gaulden and Tom Ashley. Also present were Alonzo H. f State Income Tax Fd., same, I$I0.{]0; McComb Sty., of. sup., I $27,(!5; Retirement Fd., Co. I$I.00; same, $Ii.50; Miss. Law I shar'c, $99.03: w'hcld, $99.G0; Sac. IiEnforcement Assn., narcotics ec. Fd., w'held & Co. share, class, $120.00; South Central $245.72; Ins. Fund, same, $133. Bell, serv., Bd. & elk., $125.98; I G5 Town of Woodville, utilities, Supt. Edu., $35.98. el. hse., jail, $21.99; Super Serv- First District Road Fund: ice Sta., gas. shff., $196.93; So. Louis Gaulden, salary, $467.99; Central BclI, serv., slff., $50.79; Oliver Lanus, ame, $287.46; H. B. McGr,aw, postage, $7.20; tGerald Wilkinson, same, $286.07; F3sie Harris. jail board, $136.00; Henry Harris, same, $267.35; I Scott's ,Auto Repair, serv., $10. i Emmett Jackson, ame, $291.36; 03: McGehee Motor Parts, part,'Vietry Tax Fd.. w'held, $104.40; shff. car, $24.63: City Drug Store, State Income Tax Fd., same, $1. reed., prisoners, $1.25; Soven 10; Retirement Fd., Co. share, Day Di%., sup.. jail, $23.07: Alon- $72.01; .w'held, $72.01; Soc. Sec. zo It. Sturgeon, MCA 3932 (X) Fd., w'hcld & Co. share, $225.22; Sturgeon and H. B. McGraw. Ed. serv., $75,3.3; John J. Dale, Insurance Fd., ,':ame, $44.55; S & The monthly reports of John posttgc, $10.80; B & B Office S Auto Supply, parts, $49.09: J. Dale, County Agent;: Marjorie Sup., off. sup., $22.15; Ketchings Carter Eqt. Co., serv., pts. $460. F. White, Extension Home Econ- Co.. same, $1k75: same, $10.30;! 26; Stutzman's Gen. Mdse. hdw.. omist; and State Hospital Cam- .amv, $20.35; :same, $69.70 war- $110.34; Gerald Wilkinson, gray- mission were received, approved ] r,mts, $78.55: Alonzo Slurgeon, iel, $14.00; William Martin, same, and filed, i lostae. $65.44; Warren H. Dye, $620; 61-24 Gull", ga, $27.58; Claims against the County ltreaL prisoner, $15.00; Lawrence Gulf Oil Products, fuel, $409.67. were dispc.sed of as follows. I Prlnting Co., off. sup., $55.40; Second District Road Fund: General Fund: Alonzo H. Slur- Woody Herrin, same. $32.85; Steve Reed, alary, $468.96; geon, auditor, $150.80; MCA- Miss. Power & Light,. utilities, ct. Theodore Brackens, same, $243. 3932 (PP), $113.60; Samuel E. Smith, registrar, $1fi7.40; for deputy, $350.C0; Judith Brown, ct. repr., $81.75: Anabel Maxie, same, $59.77; John J. Dale, Co. agt., $278.63; Marjorie White, home agt., $171.44; May P. ]3alley, secy., $28.24; Edgar De- laney, janitor, $188.30; Clay B. Tucker, Bd. atty.. $300:00; E. E. Benoist, Dist. atty., $125.{]3; Vic- tory Tax Fd., w'held, $228.8; State Interne Tax Fund, same, $41.10 ; Retirement Fd., Co. share, $129.95; w'held, $106.10; Foe. Sec. Fd., w'held & Co..share, $255.98; Insurance Fd., same, $98. 94: Samuel B. Minor, J.P., $10. 00; Mary Russ, same, $45.00; Myrtle Wisner, same, $215.00; Gordon Rymer, same, $I15.00; Carl Wall, 'same, $55.30; H. B. McGraw, shff., $739.14; Waldo Welch, deputy shff., $322.41; Herman Anthony, same, $34,1.76; Edith Carter, same, $221.75; Victory Tax Fd., w'held, $221.90; he., jail, $251.53; tIederman Bros., off sup.. $18.72; same, $81. 6; Samuel E. Smith, corrupt practices, $5209; McComb Sty. Co., off. sup., $49.00; Samuel E. mith, postage, $23.07; Seven Day D]:st. Co.. janitorial sup., $32.45; BeLly Dawson, salary, $707.28; Julia Henderson, same, 22t.75; Sm]my Johnston, same, $221.75 ; Louisa H. McGraw, same,- Victory Tax Fd., w'helfl, $284.70; t, at Income Tax Fd., ame, 51.97; Retirement Fund Ca. share, $85.50; w'held, $85.59; oe. See, Fd., w'held & Co. share, $210.60: Betty Dawson, postage, $17.20; Ketchings Co., off. sup., $8.23: Ginn Office Sup., same, $21.78; Sandens Elec. Serv., work, As. off., $12.90; South Central Bell, serv., assessor, $38.80; Co. Agt., $26.91; Woodville Republi- can. forms, $14.20; same, $15.75; pub. minutes, $69.00; Campbell Pe:t Control, serv., jail, $5.50; Commercial Bank, lock box, Bd., 14; Fred Brown, same, $278.08; Arthur Clark, same, $291.12; Arthur Lollis, same, $275.14; Isiah Selvage, same, $266.34; I John Selvage, same, $283.54;[ West Ware same $299.52 Frank I Holland, same, $101.68; Victory Tax F2., w held, $164.80; Sate Income Tax Fd., same, $1.10; Retirement Fd., Co. share, $90. 92; w'held, $90.92; Soe. Sec. Fd., w'held & Co. share, $373.62; In- surance Fd, same, $316.71; Mc- Gehee Motor Parts, parts, $46. 92; I_ aurcl Hill Lbr. C:o., ,]br., $147.84; Ralph Wall, gravel, $44. 80; Alex Ventress, same, $51.60; Scott's Auto Repair, serv., $669. 42; Carter Eqt. Co., serv. & pts., $901.31; Planters Hdw., hdw., $130.91; SW Miss. EPA, utilities,} Jg.0g; DAquila Oil Co., Ifuel,] $955.45; tires, $37.99; Super Serv.[ Sta. tire repr. etc. $37.99; Big I River Supply ,cu:lvert, $185.37;, Seal Tractor Co., parts, $164.99. (Continued next week) Make your 00ast round decision. Ford. Price-fighter ...... Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. F It's the Town's Biggest Market Place-- Read and Use Want Ads lor Quick Results! The Woodville Republican Van Eaton Beauty Winners, Alternates h .... .... Woodville's Miss Hospitality Susan Whetstone is shown with the winners in the July 4th Tiny Miss Van Eaton beauty contest. They are, left to right, second alternate Amanda Ashley, first alternate Elsie Ward and first place winner Sharon Ragsdale. Miss Hospitality also presents the winners in the IAttle Miss Van Eaton division of the contest. At left is second alternate Susanne Wilkerson, center is first alternate Janie Patrick, and right, first place winner Jennine Johnson. Trophy winners in the Junior Miss Van Eaton contest are the three young beauties above, left to right, second alternate Pamela Messenger, first alternate Doll Nettrville, and winner Adelaide Curry. Winners'in the Miss Van Eaton Park contest, one of the highlights of the July 4th celebration here, pose above with their trophies. They are second alternate Toni Geter, left; first alternate LaVerne McGraw, center; and winner Susan Scott, right. Judges for the contest were Melvin Bruss, Peter Treppendahl, Susan Adams and Randy Adams and master of ceremonies was Glen R. Whetstone, Jr. CUSTOM CLIPPING & PLOWING For information and arrangements please contact either: Shane Pourciau at 645-4011 or Earl McNabb at 645-3762 in Centreville, Miss. i Rosetta News I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald MeCabe land daughter, Kelly, of Alex- andria, La., arrived Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, Sr., and his mother, Mrs. Lennie McCabe, in Gloster. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray of Leggett, Texas, visited his father, Mr. Lucien Murray, the aat weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray and on, Ben Allen, visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beattie, in Gloater Sunday. Mrs. France Breedlove and Mrs. Phyllis Marie Breedlove and sons, Edward and Lloyd, left Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Williams in St. Am.ant La. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Arnold nnounce .the birth of their first child, a daughter; Amanda Jo, on July 2 at Field Memorial Hospital in Centreville. Mater- nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilkinson of Glos- ter, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larue Arnold of Rosette. Mr. Edward Metcalfe of Cen- treville visI'ted his .brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. D. N. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne Williams and on, Van, visited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Temple Sunday af- ternoon in Meadville. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ster- ling of Gonzales, La., visited her brother and sister-in-la,w, Mr.  and Mrs. Mitchell'Perry, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and children, Glynn and Marcy, of Natchez visited his mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl Varnel and Mrs. Julia Spring of Ferriday, La., visited Mrs. Jessie Mac SpeLghts and Mrs. France Breedlove Wed- nesday. 'Mrs. E. J. 'Welsh, Mrs. John Gauthreaux, and Mrs. J. T. Noble of Baton Rouge visited Mr. Gordon Rymer at Field Hospital and with Mrs. Bob Keller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray left Sunday to visit Mr. Aaron Ashley at Jeff Devis Ho.spital in Natchez and with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HaVard for'a few d,ays. Miss Pride Perry visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe, in Centreville Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray  and children of Baton Rouge visited .her brother-in-la, w and sister, Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd For- man, Jr., Saturday. Mra. G. A. McCoy and chil- dren, Jeff and Mary Ann, of l Jackson, La., visited her moth- er, Mrs. George Greer, Sunday. We are sorry to report .that Mr. Aaron Ashley had to under- go surgery and is a patient in Jefferson Davis Hospital. We wish him a r, apid recovery. Mr. Robert E. Forman. re- turned home to South Dakota Tuesday after visiting his fa- t, her, Mr. R. V. Forman, and other relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown of Rt. 1, Crosby, announce the birth of a son on June 26 at Field Memorial Hospital. Mater- nal gr, andparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lure McGraw of Cen,tre- ville, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown of Crosby. We are sorry to report that Miss Angela Nick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nick, had surgery in Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. We her a rapid recovery. Mrs. Wallace Havard of Roxie visited her father, Mr. R. V. Forman, Monday. Mr. James Rymer of Natchez visited Mrs. Jessie Mae Speights Wednesday. Mr. Thomas Fel,ter and son, Tommie, visited his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., 2Thursday. On Friday, Mrs. Forman and April, vl.ited her mother ,and sister, Mrs. Boyce Dover and Mrs. Felter. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children visited Mrs. Louise Day and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brab- ham Saturday. Mrs. M. R. Greet and Mrs. Jack Greer visited Mrs. Bertha Stewart and MLss Norma Havard Monday. : i  . /i I ,(-!, / =or now " lamina-- holiday I humour,' r WJlllam Shakespeare 1564-161G KIRK'S TRUCK SERVICE Highway 33 South Centreviile, Miss. Phone 645-5867 Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing Electronic Tune-Up Welding McCulloch & Stihl CHAIN SAWS- Sales and Service II IIIII IIII I Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call  KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville I I I I ,t