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Page 2 TheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republlcan, Box 696, Woodville, Miss 39669 3ohn S. l,ewis. Owner & Editor .ubscrlption Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 rues., $2.25; 3 rues., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woo(lvi]le, Miss. 39669. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Van Cleave regret to learn that their son David. is hospitalized in the Field Memorial and send best wishes f.cr his early ,re- covery. Mr. ,and Mrs. Louis Morgan and children of Pascagoula vis- REGISTRATION FOR KINDERGARTEN SET IN CENTREVILLE Kiddee Kollege Kindergar,ten will be held this year m a room at the Centreville Academy, ac- cording to Mrs. Esther Hughes and Mrs. Pat White. directors. Prior to this year Kiddee Kol- legs had been held in the Edu- ca.tional Building of the Centre- villa Methodist Church. Registration will be held on Friday, August 17, beginning at 8 am. Regular work with the children will begin on Monday, August 21. from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Up t:o Monday noon. 15 chil- dren we.re registered for the school. in the home of their pc,rents, ited for several days last week Mr. and Mrs. True6t Tumey. VIRGINIA LYNN'S introduces Qiana Charisma by Ship and Shore. Sensuous knit shirts, incredibly practical. We have them in sizes 8 - 18. Come in and see our wide selection of beautiful blouses. Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville I III II I I I BACK-TO-SCHOOL time is getting near. For the best selection in Levi jeans, come by and look. Blue Denim, assorted colors, and Corduroy cuffed slacks. Boy's sizes 6 - 14. Student and men's sizes too, Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville I I Pictured above are the Cen- treville A c a d e m y ,basketball cheerleaders who recently at- tended the Northwestern State University Clin,ic held on the campus at .Natchitoches. La. The cheerleaders participated in a week of activity under direction of the National Cheerleader Association staff. The group pictured above in- cludes, left to right, Susan Scott. Tanya Priest, Pamela Whitting- ton, and Sue White (center). The fifth cheerleader, Christy Jenkins, is not pictured The Tiger cheerleaders re- ceived instruction in new cheers, stunts, tumbling and crowd psy- chology. Although only four of the five elected creerleaders were able to attend the camp, the girls did very well. They won three Outstanding ribbons, one Honm:able Mention, and one Excellent. Since there are the first bas- ketball cheerleaders ever elected at Centreville Academy, we hope that everyone will wish them lots of luck! Mrs. Barbara Simpson and family of Clinton are visiting in the home oI her father, Mr. M. E. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knighton and children, James and Holli, and Mrs. R. J. Knighton were recent visitors in the David Street home in Yazoo City, where Mis.s Holli Knighton re- mained over for a visit with Miss Marianne Street. Mrs. Hugh Sharps and son. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppl Tiger Basketball Cheerleaders ItOMEMAKERS CRAFT DAY HELD AT McGRAW ltOME Holly Retreat Homemakers Club met i,n the home of Mrs. Karl McGraw last Thursday for their Craft Day with a covered dish lunche.on highlighting the occasion. A large group of members participated, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Various crafts includ- ing stuffed animals for Christ- mas. The folio,wing young ladies from Centreville Baptist Church Centreville News Mrs. J. J. Warren and daugh- ter. Miss Jo Ann Warren. spent the weekend with their daugh- ter and sister Mrs. Jarrctt Hud- nall and family. Miss Kathy Hudnall. who had been here on Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Edgar Wright were Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Wright and fam- ily of Jackson and Mrs. Rudolph Wall and family or Baton Rouge. Mrs. Jerry Dozier ef Tupelo a visit with her grandmoth'er, came down last week [or a visil ceturned home with them. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hollis Knighton and his David S. Nickel. I son and daughter. Russell and Mrs J. M. MeCraine spent the Holli. accompanied by Mr. and weekend in Zachary, La.. with Mrs. David Street of Yazoo City her daughter. Mrs. R. M. Anders. I spent several days the past and family. Her granddaughter, week in Wichita, Kansas. where ' Miss Beverly Anders. is visiting they attended semi-pro baseball I in Mrs. McCraine's home this games, week. Friday, August 17, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Conway Hughes of Vidalia. La.. and Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Hughes of Baton Rouge spent Sunday with their par- ants. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Hughes. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Lindsey of New Orleans were wee Rend house guests of her aunt and uncle. Mrs. Charles McEIwee and Mr. Weyland Dixon Miss Becky O'Quin. who haS been the house guest of 1]er cousins, Misses Catly and Rhanda Etheridge, in tle home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etheridge. returned to her home in McComb SaturdaY. Mr. and Mrs. Dick White. and three children of Huntsville. Ala., are vacationing with their par- ens. Mr. and Mrs. Wexler White 'and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kirby. Armour PeeWee EGGS doz. 59c Save 66c Minute Maid Frozen ORANGE JUICE 5 6-oz. cans 99c Save 25c Sunbeam or Holsum BREAD 3-32c loaves 77c (with $5.00 purchase) Save 10c Save 6c Mason Ball Pint Personal Size have returned from a week's camping trip to Camp Garaywa, FRUIT JARS IVORY SOAP at Clinton: Misses Deborah Lockridge, Gaff Simpson. Angela Dozen Wheeler. Mollie Rollins. and Holli Knighton. Mrs. Edna Dalton iwas called to Natchez last weekend by the critical illness of her mere Mrs. Emily Myrtle Adams, 47, who died Sunday .at Jefferson Davis Hospital. Relatives from Centreville attending funeral services o Monday were Mr. a.Ck McDpiel... " House guests of Mr. and Mi's. Robert M. McGehee last week and through this week included the Rev. Vernon B. McGehee of Panama City, Fla., and the Rev. and Ms. Joseph M. McGehee of Pasadena, Texas. Mr. ,and Mrs. Herman Jckson and their little granddaughter, Julie, returned .home early this week from a delightful trip to Asheville. N. C., and Morris- town, Tenn. Robbie, of Huntsville, Ala., spent several days last week ,with her Mr..and Mrs. Hal Williams mother, Mrs R J Kni,hton and their son-in-law and daugh- ' ' '  ' ters, Mr and Mrs 'Chad Bates nd wth other Centreville rela- . _ _. :'. .... lives ana Mrs. Diane." Man,new, ,ana __. daughter, Jdy, returned Men- - day from a vacation trip to the Largest Pickle Plant Smokey Mountains, the Grand mhe largest ,ickle I nt i ]Ole Opry, Nashville. and Gatlin- . --   pa n .. .. -- DuIg, Tenn /meriea is Brown-Miller Com- I I I Now Open-- CRAIN'S HARDWARE MOBILE HOME TALK CENTREVILLE, MISS. by Doris MeDaniel One of the biggest trends in home construction in the past decade has been "built-ins." Once the typical housewife has discovered the beauty and g convenience of a built-in range and Oven and t h e r conven- iences f r o m kitchen to bath- room, she does I',, not want to /.lllJ settle for any- ,!.'lll thing less. In the mobile home industry, "built-ins" aren't: new. They are just further advanc'd. The very nature o the compact mobile home demanded use of built-in appliances, space-saving cup- boards, efficient closets and storage areas, even built -in furniture. And it soon became desirable to includc such other "built-ins" as carpeting and color-coordinated draperies. The result is that everything the typical homeowner likes about built-in beauty and con- venience in a conventional home is available in today's modern mobile homes--and then some! ou'll find a lot to like every- where you look in our big mobile home display. pa.ny i,n Wiggins. I,t began oper- a%ions in' 1912 a, nd employs tp to 500 people in the pickling season. The compamy contracts to the farmers of Sou'th Miasis- sippi approximately 6,{)00 ,acres of cucumbers annually.--Source Clairion-Led ger. 1 II JIM REEVES MOBILE HOMES Highway 24 Centreville For All Your Hardware Needs, Including: Blue Grass Tools & Hardware Corning Ware Small Appliances Amerock Cabinet and Furniture Pulls Plumbing Supplies Electrical Supplies Household Items Solid Brass Cabinet and Furniture Pulls Complete Line SHERWIN WILLIAMS Paints & Products Telephone 645-5842 Located across from Wm. Carter Company $1.49 Save 24c Silver Dust DETERGENT Giant Size (with. towel) 76c 4 bar pack 28c Save 10c Charmin Bathroom Tissue 4 roll pkg. 45c Save 22c Coffee Mate CREAMER Save $1.00 Armour Grade "A" Chicken THIGHS 16 oz. jar 5 lb. box 78c $3.69 Save 20c Glade Fresh Solid AIR FRESHENER GREEN CABBAGE 7 oz. can lb. 39c 15c Save $1.00 Armour Grade "A" DRUMSTICKS 5 lb. box Thompson WHITE GRAPES $4.49 33c We have Ample Supplies of U. S. CHOICE BEEF at our low Ceiling Prices! Parkmeadow Shopping Center- Centreville