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rhWoo d villeR epublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republlcan, t3ox 6.o6. Woodville, Miss. 39669 Iohn S. I,ewis, Owner &amp; Editor ubsc',ripl.inn Rates: One year, t4.{}(); 6 raGS., $2.25; 3 raGS., 1.25. Payable in aflvm}ce. eccmd Class postage paid at (,,odville. Miss. 39669. FAHI, Y REUN;ON IIELD AT G. ll. RgERTS()N HOME The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Centrevil!e News Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tare were weekend Pouse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred K Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baxnes. in Baton Rouge. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rt,hing regret thai he i hos- piializefl in Baton Rouge Gen- eral and wish for him an early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Chaxlie Green of Baton Rouge spent the week- end visiting in the home of her The .spacious suburban home brother, Mr. Avery Dean Hazel- of tie George Robert>::ns was woo:t, and with other Centre.ville the scene of a delighlful family relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Hinson and daughter. Brenda, and sons, Bill and Glenn, xeturned over the weekend from a delightful vacate.on in the Ozark Moun- tains. reun!on lal Saturday when nearly all of Mrs. Robertson's brot, hem. and sister: were pres- ent, The ct:y was pent on the be,utihfl roll:.ng lawn wtlere a barbecue dinner with side-dishes of cakes, ple., and salads was Mrs. S. E. Field spent the served with coffee and soft weekend in Baton Rouge with drinks, tier son-in-law and daughter, Those enjoying the affair in- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falgoust. eluded Mrs. J. W. Peele and her Recent house guests of Mr. [amily, Kingston. Mrs. Tullie and Mrs. J. P. Marsalis. Jr.. and Seal. Wa.-.'-ingtm], Mr. and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Ors Maxsalis, Buster Peele and family and Mr. were members of their family, and Mrs Ray Peele and family, Mr. and Mrs. L L. Davis. Jr., Oxford Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and two daughters, Stacy Rue Cothren and family, Meadville, and Laura, of Conroe. Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Peele Mr. and Mrs. Waltex Rush and and family, Hattiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCutcheon ........ of Zachary, La. and Mr. Me- Miss Irma Butler .pent Sun- Cutcheon's mother, Mrs. Eula day in Liberty visiting in the McCutcheon, of St. Hebron, home of her ister. Mrs. Estelle Oregon. Rateliff. and family. Mrs. Milton Hughes, Sr., had Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franken- as weekend visitors Mrs. James Proceedings, Of The Centreville MaT Q::And Board Of Aldermen Be i't remembered hat there was begun and held in the Council :RoOm in the Town of Centreville.. Mississippi, at 7:30 Alderman Templeton moved. Alderman Nettles seconded that a new dump truck and body be purchased from Revenue Shar- ing Funds. Alderman Templeton moved. Alderman Nettles seconded that sFecifications be written and bids taken for dump truck and p.m. on Tuesday, July 3. 1973 body. a regular meeting of the Mayor Alderman Nettles moved. AI= and Board of Aldermen of the derman Templeton .seconded Town of Centreville. Present and presiding Mayor Don Vine; Walter Nettles, Jchn Rollins; Frank Stutzman, John C. Templeton, Alderrhen; M. E. Exstling, Clerk: James E. WiN kerson, Jr.. Attorney. Absent: James Owens. The meeting was called to order and there came on to ,be heard and considered the fol- lowing matters of business: In- vocation Reading of minutes of previous .meeting; Financial Re- port: ReSOlutions. Petitions and MemorialS: Departmental Re- ports; Oer BusineSS; Recessed. PostpOned readingof previous minutes.', Town i/:'Clerk reported the transfer of the balance in Con- that Frank Stutzman be Mayor pro tempore, Motion carried unanimously. The following were appointed as Department Heads: Buildings, Parks, Cemetery anti Recreation. John Rollins: Water-Sewer De- partment, Fr ank Stutzman: Street Department. Walter Net- tles; Police Department and In- dustrial Development.. J o h n Templeton; Health. Sanitation and Fire Protection. James Owens; Natural Gas System, Don Vine. The following were employed: Tc,wn Clerk & Tax Assessor, M E. Emstling, $425.00 month; Assistant Town Clerk, Janie Rich. $400.00; Chief of Police, W. C. Jones. 50.0<): Policeman, treville .Veater-SeWer System George T. Lofton $450.00: Po- Construtt0n Fund to the Gen- l',ceman, David D, Owens, Jr.. eral '::a.nd partial payment of L Gas Improvements Contract Revenue Sharing Fund. rod, $17.209. 22. New. General Fund. 2& to the State.s average value of In Wil CoUnty there are 22,3C head of dattle and through tl%ese improvements we would then have 44,994 head of i.4':'0.[0; City Attorney, James ' J Wilkerson. Jr., $10.00: Supt. Water-Sewer. Gas Systems, H. I G. Williams, $5C9.00: Cemetery I Custodian. Mrs. Jessie Mitchel- ree. $360.0: Janioress City Hall, Rosetta Allen $15.00; Cem- etery Consultant. J. C. Williams, g.50.00; Gr.atui'ty, Melinda Park- er. $15.00 month less utility; Meter Reading Ccntraetor. Da- vid D: Owenz, $100.03; Radio Monitors. Carl Wall $250.00. A. I Hodges and children of Baker, border have returned home from La., and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy cattle vaJued at.. M0,140,746 by B. Hughes $15.00 day (5 per a delightful vacation spent in Carter and family of Baton simply using better manage- month), Edwin W. Brusa $1.49 the mid-Wesb. During his ab- ment practices, the state of- hour. And',rew Sehrimpf $1.40 - Rouge. fieial said. hour: Water-Sewer Labor. Jun- ence from Mr. Paul's Super- Mr. and Mrs. William Robin- lor Jones $1.70 hour: Steeet La- mnrket. Mr. Gerald C.avin, senior son, Robert Robinson, and Mrs. "Through the Bull Leasing at Mizissippl State. and his F:rogram and saving good re- her, Chris Bates $1.70. Ernest staff of fine employees con- Linnie Walton and daughter, Miss Myrna F. Reynolds. 13- placement cr additional heifers Hamilton. Jr.. $1.60: Riley Lee ducted a "free drawing" with Loretta. all of Baton Rquge, year-old daughter of Mr. and we could increase fhe average $1.6. Franklin D. Jones $1.60; tl'e top prize, a chain ,saw from spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. James M. Reynolds of Nor- value of Our cattle from $225 up Sanitation Labcr. John Single- Ro!lins Chain Saw Company, Mrs. Winnie Roblnssn. wood, La.. and a student at Con- o the national valtles of $252 ton, Jr. $1.60 hour. Willie Tap- and ot, ler valuables being won Dr. and Mrs. Davis Field of treville Academy, was namedor maybe exceed this value. If lin $1.60. by their customers Tupelo were weekend house twirling winner in the Louisiana we in .the State coUld increase (Here follows copy of An Or- guests of his mother, Mrs. R. J. State Farm Bureau talent con- the average value of each cow dinance Amending An Ordi- Field. and his brother, Dr. R. J. test held in Monroe. Lm. on to that of the United States it nan,co Establishing Rates And MOBILE HOME Field. Jr., Mrs. Field and family. July 10. Myrna won the one and would amount to $63,193,581 in- Charges For The Services Of TALK Mrs. Pierce Harris and daugh- two baton twirling, the hoop er. Miss Pea,l Stuart Harris, batola, and the cn' &nd tw'o'fire come to the :State. Just in The Natural Gas System Of The .... Wilkinscn County it could Town .Of Centreville, Missiszippl, by Doris McDaniel returned o their home in Jes- baton twirling divisions, amount to $1,105,083", Martin published previously. Remember when $15,000 would sup, Ca.. following a ten-day summarized. The:e being no further bu',si- buy a really nice home on a visit in the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Thomps, on ness to come before the meet- pleasant lot among good neigh-i Mrs. Pearl S.. Anderson. Other were called to Baton Rouge the Leisure - time pending will ing, upon motion duly made and bets.? A lot of young people family members joining them in first of the week by the death reach $24<) billion by 1975. the seconded, the moo.tint recessed. probably don't; and their elders the Anderson home included Assoei- Den Vine, Mayor may think those days are gone'Mrs. Oscar E. Coney of Magnolia M.E. Erstling, Town Clerk forever. nd M, rs. Ralph Gilbert Of Jack- i  T h c y are son. pretty well gone, Mrs. Page Best and two chil- il for conventional dren, K,aty and Chapman, of I.i,,.,, I;I housing in our Richmond, Vs., have arrived for I,:'il c i t i e s " but a visit in the home of her moth- IM',li there is one way or, Mrs. J. Y. Chapman. th'" ',,,. .... ,-een' F:riends, . of Mrs. Charles Mc- II preserved That Elwee regret that she is ill and I[ll is in a modern hospitalized in the Field Memo- ,i mobile home trial. Bes wighes go out for her The reason is simple enough, early recovery. BETTER LAND, HERD Efficient factory design and Darryl and Billy Blalock are construction is the only way to spending this week in New Or- MANAGEMENT WOULD build a quality home for so leans visiting in the home of little today. That is why some their aunt, IV[rs Sidney Pittman, DOUBLE CATTLE VALUE 94 per cent of one-family homes and family, having returned I the State of Mississippi under $15,000 being constructed home with her following a visit there were approximately 2,618,- in the United States today are in the home of her parents, Mr.(000 head of cattle and canes, as mobile homes. They offer the and Mrs. C. E. Blalock, Sr. of January 1, 1973. valued at and Mrs. J. C. Williams $526,613,175, states Gale Martin,, price.nlY way to get quality at the t anMr'Mrs. Albert Williams and Executive' Secretary, Mississippi In fact, you can get a good her young daughter, Carla, spent State Soil & Water Conserva- fully- equipped and furnished several days last week visiting tion, State Committee. " mobile home for less than half in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Through a few improvements that price! Come in and see for Joe Walters, St., in Petal. Recent yourself why mobile homes can I guests in the J. C. Williams in pasture land, improving calf answer your living needs for i home included Mrs. M'attie  crPaveragerati'valueandef eachincreasinganimaltheto less! Theriot and son. Charles, and that oI the United States, the Miss Ruth Galloway of Baton value of the state's herd could JIM REEVES Rouge and Mrs..Theri0t S daugh- MOBILE HOMES ter, Mrs Robert Mrris, and be increased by $509,304,696. If Wilkinson County could in- Highway 24 I daughters, Misses .Laura Jean, crease its calf crop ratio by Centreville I Linda Kay, and Bonnie Jane, of 10% it would ,amount to 2.230 Chattanooga, Tenn. Lead of cattle or $501,750. By of his son-in-law. William Fran- American AULtomo'bile cis McCarthy, 65. A native of ation predicted. New Bedford, Ma.s.. he was a retired fire marshal for Ethel Corp. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning from Raben- horst Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nanarea Thompscn McCarthy, t h r e e daughters, two brothers, seven grandchildren and three great- grandchildren ATTENTION: All Juniors !!! H.I.S. pants can start back-to-school wardrobe. Hi-waisted pants in assortments of tweeds; complete with belt, cuffs, and men's fly front. Sizes 3-15. Don't envy H.I.S. wear them! using proper weed control measures we can increase our cattle population by one- fourth--10,232 head or $2,303,796, Martin said. By using proper fertilization we can increase our cattle population by another one-fourth--10.232 head or $2,- 303,796, he ad fled. Wilkinson County could also increase its income by $1,105,083 if we could increase the average value of our cattle, from the present value of $225 per animal "IF IT IS INSURANCE CALL US." WE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! WE HAVE HAD FORTY-NINE YEARS EXPERIENCE. Vii ql @ ir'glnia Lynn's Parkmeadow CentreVille ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main 'Street Glter, Miss. Friday, July 27, 1973 I JUST ARRIVED![[ LEVI Jeans in assorted colors. Sizes from Boys' 8 to Men's sizes. -- :V,:. i I i i i I These items now on SALE and are REDUCED as much as 50%- SPORT COATS and SUITS. Famous name brand KNIT PANTS. Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville I J SelectSInift Cruise- transmission, standard. Summer's Last Call! ALL SUMMER ITEMS off  Energy.Absorbing Bumper System, standard. (Still a good selection) All Sales Cash LITTLE SHOPPE CENTREVILLE, MISSIS,SIPPI Car the Year: Ford. Time oftheYear: Clearance, Visit your Price Fighting Ford Dealer's Clearance Sale. It's the righl time to check all the extras that aren't extra .in a Ford. They're standard. Things like 351-cu. in. V-8 power, Cruise-O-Matte Lrans- mission, power front disc brakes, power steering. Plus Ford's famous quiet ride. So visit your Ford Dealer. And while you're there, check the Thun- derbirds, Torinos, Mavericks, Mustangs and ,oR,V :g Power steering, the convenience feature that's In all big Fords, standard. ','.,:. t"4=KllI 'Power front disc brakes for sate. sure stops, ltandard. 351-Cu. in. 2V V-8 engine,.standard. Pintos he h,s iri stock. Remember, your Ford Dealer's prices .have been frozen. That means Road Test Magazine they can't be raised. But named the 1973 Ford that doesn't mean they "'Car of the Year." can't be lowered? FORD FORD DIVISION 0 Security for you and your passengers: side-door Steel / Ford LTD Brougham/ 2.Door Hardtop / / Protective inner fenders that help fight rust and corrosion, standard. Guard Rails, stlindard. ..... ', v,\\;' i: ' '; ;,% - ,), {',Z:,,-':;:': '" i',... l Ford's famous Front Room. full-length door armrest, plush color-keyed carpeting, standard. The closer you look, the better we look. H & R FORD, Inc. Woodville, Miss. " :69 isi frs, t9 J,: ., g st 2 ,) l ,lfl r) 4 lw,