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Oage 2 rh00woo d, iileR epublican Published every Friday by The Woodvtlle Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 lohn S. Lewis, Owner & Editor lubscrlption Rates: One year, t4.O0; 6 moB., $2.25; 3 moB., f;1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville Miss. 39669. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavin of NaLchez and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin nnd Charles and Wanda of Baton Rouge were guests of Mr. and Mru. Walter Cavin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Perry visited in Natchez this week with their children. Mr. and The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, July 20, 1973 Centreville News Mr. and Mrs. Noel Jones of Centreville, joined by their daughter, Mrs. Bill Burns of Hattiesburg, have recently re- turned from a vcation visit in the tlome Of Mr. Jones' brother- in-law and ister, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cox, and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Singleton and children. Spending the weekend ,and unday In the home of their mother. Mrs. J. M McCraine. were Mrs. R. E. Fortenberry, Jr.. Mr. Fortenberry and son Rod- hey, of Columbia. and Mrs. R. M. Anders and family of Zachary, La. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Dell and family retuxned this week Irom a visit with Mrs. Alice O'Dell in Homer, Michigan, ,and M.=s. Fred McGuire and chil- Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes in dren. Jimmy, Barry, Elaine anti Mitchfield. Michigan. Valerie. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fannle Grimmeau, Mrs. ]:.ester Perry and Rhonda and Mamle Price and Mrs. Emma Dale. 'Collette, all from Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of visU, ed in the homes of Centre- Baton Rouge spent the weekend ville ;relatives this past week. Forestry Notes Perrytown News Grazing Demonstration] returns from land, labor and , ]capital have ranged from a low by Traey Smith, County Forester I Mr. Ronnie Kilgarlin of Baton Increases Beef Growth iflper$53acre,perwlthac'reantO overalla high averagef $110 .Rouge and Mr. Kcith Kilgarlin Mississippi has approximately of about $67 per acre. Fertilizer Orders are now being aci of New Orleans were overnight copied through my office for guests ef thei:r grandmother five million acres of permanent costs averaged about $27 per Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tare re- pine and hardwood seedlings. Mrs. Hazel Hazlip, tlis week. pasture and several million ad- ac.re and beef production per turned from the Gulf Coast These are the seedlings avail- over last weekend where Mrs. able: L0blolly, Slash, Longleaf, Friends of Mr. Jewel Ander,s ditional acres of pastured wood- acute has averaged about 390 Tate attended a hospital con- and Shprtleaf pines, Sycamore, will be sorry to hear tha he is land. The brood cw population pounds. vention held at the Broadwater Sweetgum. Cottonwood, Bald a patient in Field Memorial nume.rs less than two million. "Several tours and field days Hotel. Cypress, Spruce Pine, Yellow tIospital in Centrevflle. We wih "There is an equivalent of have been held cn these high efficiency farms and the idea i pF, ra G'e tc Mrs. Edward Smith and son, a Ash, Virginia him a speedy recovery. .about three acres of improved nd h Pine. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Havard of pasture for each beef cow in and techniques have been ac- .i.! Danny, of Baton Rouge spent, '"  their Mississippi." noted Dr. Hiram copied by many producers." he the weekend with her mother, lib The price for these seedlings Baton Rouge visited Mrs. Jim Barker. 5D cents for the first 1.O0] mother. Mrs. Emma Perry, Sun- D.omist.Paimertree,,,The averageEXtensinweaningagrn" concluded. I pine seedlings and $7.00 a day. Enroute home. they visited Visiting in the home of Mr. thousand for additional seed- Mr. Jewel Anders in the hospital, weight of calves is 357 pounds pl and Mrs. Audrey Hughes Sun- lings. We send our sympathy o Mrs. and a 75 percent calf crop is Cam ere flay were Mr. and Mrs. Conway Elvin Perary in the loss of her assumed. Average beef pro- INSURANCE Hughes and their son and All other species will co.st $4 brother. Mr. Ward Day, who duction in Mississippi is 89 daughter-in-law. Mr. and lrs. for 250 seedlings. $8 for 500 passed away Saturday in Baton Faund:s per acre." Coverage Stephen Hughes. and baby, secdlinv:s and $16 for bundles Rouge from a heart atack. These statistics and increased Stephanie. all from Vidalia, La.. I f 1.00. Mr. and Mrs. glton Perry .of land costs mean ti]at increased Protection PLUS and Mr. and Mrs. Harroll  Orders will be taken through Gonzales. La.. v isit c d their beef production per acre has Servlcel Hughes and sons from Baton I this office of the Missi.ssippi larcnts. Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah become a necessity. Palmertree Rouge. IForestry Commission either at Perry, and Mr. Paul Sterling, said the most rapid increase in Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lea the fire tower located 4 miles last weekend, beef production per acre can Be Sure---- McIey r,e greet that their east of town on Hwy. 24. or at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- come through reducing the young'e.st daughter, rs. Dave my office located on Main Clenitham and children of acreage used per cow .... [naure With Taylor, underwent surgery at. Street. Freemont. Ohio, have returned "Several high 1 n  e n s i t y the Baton Rouge G e n er a 1 I to their home after visiting grazing demonstrations are in Hc.spital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Little Mis "Missy" Patton Mr. and Mrs. Willie H.azlip and progress," he added. "Records McKey of Centreville and son, Ifrm Baton Rouge i,s spending Mr. ,and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt. are being kept in an attempt Earl Lea McKey of Jackson l a few days in the homes of her and friends for several weeks, to teach cattle produce,rs how visited Mrs. Taylor during thel grandmother. Mrs. Elwoo d Mrs. Sally Cobb and her to produce enough forage to here with her sister, Mrs. Emma Mrs. R. L. Dalton and son. vceekend. Cenbreville friends Crain. and 'her u'.ncle and aunt. grand,son. Sccttie Brusher of feed one animal per acre." Bryant. Raft,s. and Mrs. Ben Brlscoe send out best wishes for an Mr. and Mrs. C. C: Germany. Crosby, visited her sister. Mrs, During the past two yore:s, Mrs. Alice Cavin has returned have as their house guests this early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.'Smith and Lela Hazlip, last weekend. to her home in Oldster after week Mrs. Dalton's daughter- Mrs. Ann Stallings rom children. Nancy and Bob. re- Miss Evelyn Thompson and , spending several days with Mrs. in-law, Mrs. William E. Dalton, Georgetown. La., is spending a turned over the wee Rend from her niece. Tracy, of Fayette Sallie Cavin and friends, and son. Rett, from Houston, recuperating period from eye .a visit wfth t]is mther Mrs. land Mrs. Lynn McKlemurray and children. Brian and Shah- Mr. and Mrs. Louis rnold Texas. surgery m the home of her sn- J. D. Smith. in Rome. Ga., and visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mrs. E. B. Robinson and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and with friericts in Forsythe, Ga. non, spent the day in Jackson Rymer in Rosetta Sunday eve- Jack Babers returned Thurs- Mrs. V. S. Mulkey. Other recent Enroute t" Rome, they stopped Sunday and took the children hint. Mr. Rymer is better .and day f, rom a trip to Russia and house guests were their on-in- .ever for a visit 'wigl their son to the zoo. we hope he will soon be feeling the Scandinavian countries, law and daughter, Mr. and Mr.s. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson fine. Miss Lee Warren of Columbus, Fred Bollinger. and two sons. Mrs. W. 'H. Smith, Jr.. in and children. Lisa. Margaret Mr. Harold Ashley from Ala- N. C., and a summer house guest Keith and Mark, from Hanover, Tuscaloosa. Ala: and Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. bama has been visiting his of her mother. Mrs. a. J. War- Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William Me- Wade Brown visited Mr. and parents. Mr. and Mxs. Kennon ren. are visiting ith Houston, Kim and Tommy Whittington Craine and son. David, returned Mrs. Ralph Wilson and son in Ashley,, for a few days. Texas. friends this week. Other have returnefl from a .two this week from a vacation visit Eldoradc. Ark. Visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob .relatives visiting in the War,fen week's visit in the home of their to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rogers Mr. and Mrs. R ay m Grid Ashley on Sunday were Mr. and home include a grandson, Bill launt, Mrs. J. A. Tompkins, in and family in Columbia. South Sturdivant and children and Mrs. Arlie Ashley from Ro,an, oke. Warren Hudnall, Ruston, La. i Houma, La. Carolina. and Mr. an Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson Va.. and Mr. and Mr'.s. James Mrs. Kathryn Chapman is I Mrs. S. E. Field and Mrs. Robert McCraine and family in of Natchez visited their mother. Ashley of Ridgecrest La.. and .spending the week with her] Dealon McDaniel vacationed on i Cryutal River, Fla. Mrs. Nina Sturdivanr, Sunday. Mr. and M, rs. W. J. Ashley of sister, Mrs. Mary Frances Cal-/the Gulf coast the past week. I Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hazlip Woodville. vert in Jackson. Mrs. Chapman Mrs. Jennie Chance has re- and daughter of Halehurst Mr. and Mrs. Gone Alton has just recently returned from turned to her home in McComb One Of Largest Tree Nurseries spent the weekend here in their I trailer and visited relatives. Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Grady an extended visit with her after several weeks stay in the Located on tl]e.orthern edge Arnold were Sunday guests of daughter, Mrs." H. Page Best, home of Mr. and Mrs. Monette of Mississippi's piney woo:Is I Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Nettles. and Mr. Best and children in Ounby. region .is the Waynesboro Nuts- cry of the Mississippi State For- Mrs. William Perry and hex Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson j estry Commission. It contains ] 160 acre, s and has a production I capacity of 59 million pine seed- lings annually.Source: State FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville CUSTOM CLIPPING & PLOWING For information and arrangements please contact either: Shane Pourciau at 645-4011 or Earl McNabb at 645-3762 son. Lcster, attended the fu- I Mrs. Hugh Rogers and daugh- neral services Thursday in ters. Miss Patricia Rogers and Baton Rouge for Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Mary B. Marsalis, have re- Coghlan Perry. he was thelturnefl from Ruston, La. after widow of the late Waiter Per,ry a visit in the home o'f Mrs. of Wilkinson County. Rogers' son-in-la,w and daugh- spent Sunday visiting in the home of their son and daugh- ter-in-law, Dr. and Mfrs. Glen Anderson. Jr., and family in Jackson. Returning. with their gt'and'parents "fo a visit here "IF IT IS INSURANCE CALL US." t WE KNOW WHAT YOU Mrs. Bobby John:son and ter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 1 their home were Adele, Mrs. Louis Arnold made a busi- Hasng, .and family. Her Bubba and Allen Anderson. hess trip to Baton Rouge Mort- grandson, Gone Hastings, re- Mrs. Homer Shelton from day. 'turned to Ruston with them Natchez spent the first of the Mrs. Tom Perry and children, following several week's visit in week with Centreville relatives Greg and Dana. made a trip to iher home and with ,other rela- and friends. Baton Rouge Saturday. rives in the community. BIRTHS ARE LOOKING FOR! WE HAVE HAD FORTY-NINE YEARS EXPERIENCE. We invite you to come in and see our new fall coats! Popular styles by Graff of California and Trail Blazer. All at Popular prices. Misses sizes 8-18 and also Childrens 4-6X through 7-14. Use our Lay Away Plan. Bourn to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Eugene Barrios of Mithfield, Michigan, on July 1st, their l first son, Edgar Clare. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McGraw of the Mace-I donia neighborhood. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. RON'S PRIVATE CLUB (formerly Ben Jones') Located on Railroad Ave. Vs block off of Main Street. O FRESH HOMEMADE PIZZA Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville I II I KIRK'S TRUCK SERVICE Highway 33 South Centreville, Miss. Phone 645-5867 Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing Electronic Tune-Up Welding McCulloch & Stihl CHAIN SAWS- Sales and Service I I II lJ I I  I HAMBURGERS SANDWICHES ICE COLD BEER COLD DRINKS Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Six days a week.. Closed on Sundays. Ron and Debbie Nichols; Owners Centreville, Missis,i'ppi ,] Forestry Commission. in Centreville, Miss. I Clearing the ring of 73s. Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. L . ong D00stance m iorlove A lovin' phone call is the best thing... next to being there.., and when you're ia love no one wants to count the cost. But you can have a lot of visits by phone for the cost of one trip. For extra savings dial direct the fast, personal 1-plus way. Isn't there some one who would love to hear from you tonight? Love thai. Long Distance South Central Bell Mississippi people keeping you in touc