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Page 2 'rheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696. Woodville, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor ubscrlptlon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 raGS., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at WoodvHle, Miss. 39669. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August 10, 1973 --__----i,,61m6----,-- businesslike manag3ement of pri- - I Whatsoever Things vate enterprise. Eve. the astro- Centreville News "by Donald E. Wildmon nomical figures qu,oted by PLANNING TO BUILD SOON??? I Rep. Crane would probably be doubled or tripled if the pojec.t BIRTHDAY SUPPER FETES RELATIVE Mrs. Robert M. McGehee of Mrs. Harris Jones entertained Centreville and Mrs. Bonnie at a birthday supper at the Caraway of Baton Rouge have family residence Monday eve- returned home from a delight- ning honoring her daughter-in- ful trip to Memphis where they law. Mrs. Dale Jones, of Baton [were joined by their sister, Mrs. Rouge. I Nellie Smith, and continued on A most delicious meal with all I to Little Rock, Ark., for a visit the trimmings was served. Those with another sister. Mrs. Charles enjoying the evening with the Cook. The trip included a visit .honoree, her husband, arid 'their in McComb with Mrs. Caraway's infant dau, ghter, Monica, were[ s:on, .Mr. Bobby Caraway, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Payne, Jr.. family. and son. Roby. Mrs. Ray Cal- lender, Mrs. L. M. Parnell, and Melissa. MllCllm O41IDO,IIIm)4mD,)IIP.elIMI4mI.mI)91D 0 Im'P,41NI'Im')))O4IIDCIDO) N Miss JoAnn Warren of Jack-:FACULTY LISTED FOR sonvllle, Fla., has arrived here i for a two-week vlslt with ,her CENTREVILLE ACADEMY mother, Mrs. J. J. Warren, and her sister, Miss Lee Warren. Mrs. C. J. Richardson is at- tending a Baptist meeting at Ridge Crest. N. C. On her way to North Carolina she stopped over in Knoxville, Tenn., for a. visit with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sehlatter. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bearden and children, Robby and Sonya, of McComb were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. J. M. Mc- Craine and Mr. and Mrs. Noel Jones. Miss Michelle Phillips is spending this week in Senatobia MOBILE HOME TALK THE UNOBTRUSIVENESS fund were spent with the typ- 'OF GOD tea: bureaucratic leaky bucket. One of iie:'g.reat surprises The, taxpayers of America just about God which I have learned dont have ,that kind of money to look f,r is His unobstrusive- in their threadbare jeans and Principal Hillery Horne of ness. We make all our plans the printing press has no ye Centreville Academy announces concerning the coming cf God-- been invented that is capable of the faculty fsr the school as how God is supposed to act in printing paper money as fast as follows: 1st grade, Mrs. Louise John- son and Miss Linda Carter; 2rid grade, Mrs. Diane Mathews; 3rd grade, Mrs. Ann Netterville; 4th grade. Mrs. Lucille Anderson; 5th grade, Mrs. Linda Sumrall; 6th grade. Mrs. Janeth Ethe- ridge. Junior High: English, Mrs. Rome Fern Germany; Social Studies. Mrs. W. R. Conerly, Jr.; Science, Danny Myers; Mathe- matics, Mrs. Loraine Oaulfield. the ,whole world would bow High School: Mathematics, down to Him! But He didn't, Mrs. Wilamena Priest; Librari- an, Mrs. Ruth Smith; English, Mrs. Jean Walters; Social Stud- ies, Lee Hurst; Home Ec, Mrs. Susie Daug.hdrill; Commerce, Mrs. Wilodene Robertson; Coach and Driver's Ed., Mike Mullins. Mr. Horne states that .all stu- dents will register on Friday, August 17, with clas's work to begin on Monday, August 20. MRS. LEWIS CAMPBELL HOSTEES FOR UMW CIRCLE Nine members of the United Methodist Women's Morning Circle enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Lewis Campbell and ,her daughter, Miss Virginia Camp- bell, .on Tuesday, August 7. in histccy, what He is supposed to do--then when we have it all figured cut how He is supposed zo come and act we find Him doing exactly the opposite. God did this. at ethlehem. Certainly no one expected God to break into history in such a manner as ,that. A carpenter father, a pea,sant mother, and a manager for a cribl Everyone knew that God would come in some of cue eager-beaver public servanLs (:an throw it away. There's a story going the rounds that a congressman was walking down he street,s of Washington when he was held up at gun point by a robber. The bandit took $20 from the solon, but gave him back 25c for car fare. Could this really be the origin oi the idea for a mnnr worthy of God, and revenue sharin,g? If you think driving recklessly is funny, you may die laughing. and they didn't! God did this a, gain in Joseph's carpenter shop n Nazareth. One Who had ;such an important task :as: Jesus hd should surely receive btter training than that aft.ordeal Him at the local synagogue and more advantages than those ,of a common car- lenter. And %eca.use He was only 't'he son of a local c,acpen- ter, the people in the synagogue drove Him out of town. They knew that no .carpenter's son could be the Messiah. If only God would act like God, then we .common folk wouldn't have such a hard time reeognizi,ng Him. We look for God in he great and powerful, but He comes in the small and humble: by Doris MeDaniel as the guest of Miss Julle Clark in the home of her parents, he Joe E. Clarks. The trouble with starting out Mrs. H. E. Townsend of Rus- in married life, the way it is for ton, La., and her son, Mr. H. E. most newly-weds, is that there To,wnsend, Jr., of Natchitoches, are so many things to bUy, so La., were Sunday .guests in the many pressing needs on a be- !home of her sister, Mrs. R. V, ginning budget, that it seems as Wilson. if you get set back for years I wors'hipped once in the St. , Walter W. Propst a regular meeting at her rest- just trying to get even. i Mr. and x -. w' I "  That's why a / and children, Mark. Carlton, dence. George Anglicfin Church in .... modern mobile/Kim and Kristin returned last Mrs. Nannie Ash, president, Jerusalem It was a high- home is such/weekend from a delig.htful sum- opened the meeting ,with prayer chu,rch, very formal service of t smart answer met visit with her parents, M.r. and conducted the lengthy bus- worship. The .music was beyond lii,j..i/?or the young, and Mrs. Carlton Hughs, in iness .session. Highlighting the reach of the common person. The preacher spske ,above my budget- minded Highlands, North Carolina. session was the vote of approval level of comprehension. In gen- illlt couple, just as The Roy. Ray H. Quick, pastor from the Circle for the renewal !//llit is for retired of Centreville United Methodist of sponsorship for lunc.hes dur- eral it was ,a ,situation devoid of IIR folks who have Church, and Mrs. Quick are va- ing the 1973-74 school year of the things we generally identify 1 to watch their cationing this week with Jack- a young orphan girl a,t bhe with a varm service. But as I gllllIIllllmtl expenses, son relatives and friends. Methodist Children's Home. sat in that pew a group of children passed by on the way You save all the way around Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Thelma McCraine pro- with a mobile home. One rood- zf Tuscaloosa, Ala., were recent sented the pr, o,gram, reading crate payment (no more than weekend gues.ts in the home of Scripture :from Mark followe the usual rent) buys a home, Ibis .parents, Mr. and Mr,s. W. H. with prayer. Mrs. McCraine gave fully furnished and equipped Smith, and family, articles .from he booklet, "Your with modern appliances, even Family members spending the Life in Christ;" and ."More Than including draperies and all those wee'kenc[: and Sun,day in the Dip Service" taken frova the other costly extras. You don't home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McKey tMethdist .Advocate. She closed were My. and Mrs. Dave Taylor[with the reading of the Key '73 and son, David Lee, Mr. and Mrs. lhymn chosen for the Methodists. Randy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. I During ,the social hour, the Larry Lee Crow, Mr. and Mrs. [hostess and her daughter served Horace Crow and son, Tlmmy, a delici, cus .party plate with re- and Mrs. Marble Price, all of freshing drinks. to see how much you can have Baton Rouge. in a mobile home for a Mrs. R. J. Field planned o sat'[spend this week in Tupelo with prisingly low price at our big :her sort and daughter-in-law, mobile home display now! Dr. and Mrs. Davis Field. Mrs. Harry C. Ash and daug,h- JIM REEVES ter, Mrs. William Netterville, MOBILE HOMES planned to leave Thursday for to their seats. It was a group ,of half-blind children leading those who were blind to a seat where they c,ould worship God. bzd I want to tell you that I lt t  the greatness .and the grtdeur of .God when those childzen passed by my .seat! We look for God in the great and mighty, and He comes in the love of poor blind children. Truly the prophet was right when he wote: "Your ways are not my ways, neithe,r are Y, our thoughts ,my thoughts." Miss Melanie Hughes, daugh- What Is it about God which ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hughes captivates us? It is that He Who ,of Norfolk, Virginia, arrived is able to call legions of armies here. last weekend for a visit in to His aid chose instead to enter Jerusalem .as' ,a penniless the ,home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Tarver. .prophet riding on the ,back ,of a donkey. He doesn't come ,on a get in over your head buying a lot of things separately -- and those monthly payments are building up an equity in prop- erty of value. Think about it. And be sure Highway 24 Centreville Mempbts, Tenn., to ,help their Mr. and Mrs. Truette Tumey daughter and sister, Miss Sarah were called o Minden, LR., on /sh. celebrate her birthday. Sunday by the death of her Happy Birthday, Sara.h. brother-in-law, Mr. Wesley Hale, who was .found dead near his boat at a lake near Minden. Mrs, W. L. Taylor spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Lowery, and family in Baton Rouge and with her aunt, Mrs. Lillie Cain, in New Oleans. Mrs. Cain's host of Centrev:ille friends regret that she con- tinues fll and is hospitalized at Touro Infirmary. The Rev. Bupton Blair, pastor at Stonewall United Methodist Church, Is attending ,a special Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel We are overstocked on ALL of our NAME-LINE BRAS. ALL BRAS now in stock are on SALE for V PRICE! !! We have Longlines and Regular lengths. By Playtex, Exquisite Form, and Perma Lift. Come in and see our fine selections! Vkginia Lynn's FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodvtlle Pa rkmeadow Centreville Be a last round winner. % Ford Price-fighter Clearance great white stallion with sword in hand and fist doubled-ready to strike the ,first one who steps in His pat. But He comes as a preacher of peace with no uni- form but the seamless robe of ,a peasant, and no power over men except the power given Him in each individual heart. This is .one of the great sur- prises of GodHls ,unobstcu- siveness. Look for Him if you wish in the big and the high and the ,mighty and the great. But if you wish to find Him. then you must search for Him in the least and the last and t.he lost. Chaplain School of the National Guard which is being held at Fort Hamllton, N. Y. During his ab.sence, Mrs. Blai and two children, Dei, trlch and Eric, will visit ,his mother, Mrs. Albert L. Phillips, ,and family in Centre- vllle ,and her mother, Mrs. Ruby Drehr, in Baker, La. Chuck Etheridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etheridge of C.enreville, ts spending several weeks with his father ,on the riverboat Cypress. LOCALISMS (Continued from Pae i) a very low and, indeed, a harmles's point from the stand- point of ,their effect on he enviromnent as ,technology and know-how are applied to the pro,blem. To reach for zero standards of p01tu,tion is simply beyond either the technical, material or monetary resources of ,the nation in the foreseeable future. Thi is especially true if the fight to clean u.p our wate is carried on in the same ,old fed- eral. bureaucratic wasteful and Irresponsible manvter through wh,lc so ra,a.ny other worthy causes have been corrupted in eecert years, ,as opposed to bringg la the eper.tise and New Rural Housing regulations now allow non-farmers the benefit of low cost, long term financing with a Federal Land Bank Loan. Get the advantages of reasonable interest, full pre-payment without penalty, and terms that fit your needs. The man to contact is Alex Geter, Federal Land Bank Association of Brookhaven, Miss., Phone 601-833-1771. I This is to announce the withdrawal of Dr. James S. Poole from Field Clinic in Centreville, Mississippi, effective July 31, Clinic will continue the with Doctors Richard Causey location. Clinic as of July 31 are Clinic. 1973. The Field practice of medicine J. Field, Jr., Jack Q. in its present and Jon C. Campbell All accounts payable to the Field payable at the Field Dr. James S. Poole will open his practice of Family Medicine on August 15, 1973 in Gloster, Mississippi, at the Gloster Clinic. AN'00'WHERE YOU LOOK..., YOU'LL F00ND MISSiSSiPPI. MADE PRC'DUCTS00 Ther'e'i:6 Over 22C}0 rand name products produced or manufactured in the state and each is labeled with the Mississippi Seal of Quality. Be sure to look for products carry- ing this seal; the selection is extensive and ou!ity uperb! H & R FORD, Inc., Woociville, Miss.