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Page 2 TheWoodvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 lohn S. l,ewis. Owner & Editor ubscription Rates: One year, $4.0{l; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 rues., $1.?.,5. Payable In advance. Second Class paid at We, odville. Miss. 3!)(}69. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;ssipp; Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Smith, Jr., Visiting in the home of their mother, Mrs, Jim Barker, the weekend were Mr, and Mrs. Edward Barker and children Elizabeth and Russell, of Den- i ham Springs, La., and Mr, and Mrs. Edward Smith and son, Danny, .and Miss Yvonne Chev- alier of Baton Rouge, Sgt and Mrs. Lewis W Camp- Dayton, Ohio, folio.wing a vats- bell. III, and .heir little son, Lien visit in the homes of his Gregory, of Spokane, Washing-[mother ,and sister, Mrs. J. Carl lc;n. ,rrived in Centrevitle Sun-]Peele and Mr. and Mrs. Kent day for : visit in the home of Van Cleave and family. Before his parents. Mr. and Mrs Lewis joining their children in their W Campbell. and family. They mother's home. Major and Mrs. will be joined in the Campbell Peele enjoyed a vacation trip to h:me by (lther family members. I Spain. Mr. and Mrs. Nori]ert Johnson] Mr. Henry Carrier of Titus- and little son Cameron. of! ville, Fla., spent last Tuesd'off Montgomery, Ala. 'visitlng in the W. H, Smith Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Field Jr.. !home. and children, Rich. Betsy, and Mrs, Gordon Cart has returned ELi. and Ncwell Collins ,l At- home from a visi.t in the home lan%a, Ca., return'ed over the of her son and daughter-in-law weekend from a vacation a Gulf Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carr. and I/Muds BM;:kYSZat';s' :I1 :f Jack: [lson, were weekend guests in the /] hcme of his parents, Mr. and liars. W. H. Smith, and family. 1 Major and Mrs. James C. | Peele and their three children, [ Jamie, Jeffrey and Jennifer, have returned to tteir home in children in Dallas. Texas. Mrs. Willie E. Bolton of Vach- eric. La., is the house guest of her son-in-la,w and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wexler White. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Browning and little daughter, Chandra, of Opelousas, La., were weekend guests in the home of Shore.s. Ala. Mrs. Bob De'Cro.sta and two daughters, Misses Julie and Traei. of Houston. Texas. spenl; zever:l days last week in the home of her mother, Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst. and Mr. Parkhurst. Miss Mary Beth Nettles spent Lhe pasl weekend visiting her sister. Mrs. David Stilley. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Banard family in Albany, La. and ,sons. (:apes from... GREAT AMERICAN KNITS. Wentub yarns are remarkable premium yarns that give knits the following advantages: Rich natural feel and appearance of fine worsted wool. Exceptional resiliency and shape retention. Long lasting stitch clarity. Easy washing. Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville CRAIN'S HARDWARE CENTREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Across From Wm. Carter Company CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO MEET NEXT MONDAY A regular meeting of the Cen- treville Chamber of Commerce will be held at The Win. Carter Plant next Monday, August 27, at 7 p.m Bob Bell. president, urges that a full membership be present for the covered dish meeting. RECEPTION TO IIONOR RETIRING MINISTER Miss Lee Warren returned to A reception honoring the Rev. her home in Greensboro. N. C., H. Ray Quick, retiring pastor last week after spending mos of Centreville United Methodist of the summer months with her Church, and Mrs. Quick will be mother, Mrs. J. J. Warren. She held in the Educational Building was accompanied as far as[ Greensboro by Mrs. J. Y. Chap- [ man. who was en route to Rich- mond. Va., for a visit with her  daughter, Mrs. Page Best. and family. Miss JoAnn Warren re- turned to her position with the school system in Jacksonville, Fla., this week also following a visit with her mother, Mrs. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Huey of Zachary, La.. were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graham. Mrs. Nannie Ash. Mrs. M. E. Cole. Mrs, C. J. Richard,on, anti. Mrs. Mildred McCurley were Friday, August 24, 1973 REV. ASH TO PREACH AT METHODIST CItURCH The Rev. John L. Ash, III, ,pastor of Fi.rst United Methodist Church in Pascagoula, will bring the message at the 11 o'clock serwce at Centreville United Methodist Church on Sunday, August 26. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Ash and their children. Scott and Miss Lanell Ash, and the family will be guests in the among those from this area at- home of his mother. 'Mrs. John tending the Anitque Show .at L Ash, Jr. the Bellemont Motel Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs Jess Davidson [ BIRTIIS I Commission Sets V4hetsoever Things Waterfowl Seasons by Donald E. Wildmon A 40-day duck season, divided DECISIONS into two parts to allow Missis- Who knows how much is at sippi wal, erfowlers an extra ,take in the decisions we make. weekend of shooting, has been everyday? We decide to do set by the ll-member board of something which seems so game and fish commissioners, small, and it ends up shaping according to Director of Cen- servation Avery Wood. our whole life. The bonus weekend season will I chose one day to become run from December 8 through a Christian. I never realized December 10. while the remain- when I made that choice how de/' of the season begins Deem- far reaching the effects would ber 15 and extends through Jan- be. It didn't seem to bc such an earth-shaking choice a,t the uary 20. The cmnmission se- lected the latest possible days time. I just looked at the within the federal guidelines. options available as to a way of a the church on Sunday, Au- life and the Christian faith Opening the season briefly gust 26, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. made more practical sense than for three days is in keeping any of the others, with commission policy of try- I am old enough now to know ing to open as many seasons as that decision was the wisest possible on Saturday. choice I have ever made Be- Of the three ,bag limit options cause of my Christian faith I offered by the bureau, the cam- have been able to fit together mission decided upon the basic limit of four daily and eight in the pieces of life's puzzle. I pessession. All ducks in the bag I was in a big city recently may be mallards. No more than and while there I watched the two wood ducks can be taken people who walked the streets, daily, while either one redhead There were three young people or one canvasback may be part who were cursing, loud and of the bag of four. clear, t h r e ,a t e r i n g I;0 kill, another person they knew if such and such a thing hap- Appeal For Funds pened. I walked past the bars and For Old,Ladies Home they were crowded, Tte music The Old Ladies Home, 2902 was loud and the booze was flowing. Supposedly, they were West Capitol Street. Jackson, is there to have a good time. But now in its 70th year of opera- Born in a Houston, Texas, that sure looked like a miser- tion. hcspital on August 3 to Mr. and able way to have a gcod time. This residence for homeless Mrs. Jim Carr of HoUston. their I spoke to a few people I met elderly ladies has .been main- second child Tracey Melissa. on bhe street. A few spoke back. tained through these years by Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Most ignored me. Some looked the generosity of the good pea- Bess Templeton of Meadville, lat me as if I was rather s,tupid ple of Mississippi. and paternal grandparents are Ifr offering a smile. A Board of Managers give Mr. and M,rs. Gordo Carr of Every person s what he is freely of their time, volunteer- Centreville, because of the decisions he has ing their services in order to -- made. Of course each of us is make this a comfortable resi- influenced tremendously by deuce and to see that all monies L O C A L I S M S ethers in the decisions we make. are spent to gain full value. (Continued from Pae 1) But, in the final analysis, we do It is hoped that you will join our own deciding, in this worthy cause by mail- who last week ann:ounced Like I said before, we hardly ing your contribution to the changes in the rules governing ever realize bhe of effects treasurer. Mrs. Dudley Phelps, investigation of welfare re- ,that our decisions will have on 420 East Fortification St., Jack- cipients, our life. We choose this or son. Ms. 39202. Back in the 1960% le Welfare that. we go one way or another, Rights Organization end several and, when we do, it brings us a t,here. other groups of similar ilk raised certain kind .of life. Each ,of us will have to go on such a hue and cry that virtu- It is wise, as we travel along making decisions, for this proc- ally all regllations calling for this road of tile, for each of ess is a part of life. And after the investigation of qualifies- us to have a destin,ation picked we make our decisions, our tions for aid to , welfare recipients out where we wis,h to arrive, decisions then make us. were abolished. "Since that time, Then, each immediate decision Like I said. one never knows i has been illegal to question which we are called upon to how far reaching the effects of the information furnished by make can be made against the a decision will be. I made a applicants or ,to investigate the destination toward which we decision one day to follow the eligibility of recepients, are :traveling. Unless we do this, Way. It has affected my life terian Church, announces that WLeinberger's statement an- our immediate decisions can be more than any other decision nounced the re-establishment of totally unrelated and we will I have ever made. And the the Rev. Paul Chang, missionary secret State investigations of not have any idea where we will longer I live the happier I am from Hong Kong, China, will be welfare appRcants 'and recipi- the guest speaker at a covered cuts. The change was praised end up until we are already that I made the decision I did. dish supper held at the church by Mississippi Commissioner on Friday at 6:30 .p.m. The pro- Max M. Cole, who said that the gram will feature special music rule changes are "designed to and message, reduce er=s costi,g taxpayers WE HAVE... hundreds of millions of dollars annually." , * II S The man who rolls up his sleeves rarely loses his shirt. P Come In And Register For Free Prizes To Be Given Away On October 6, 1973 At 4:00 P.M. -- NO PURCHASE NECESSARY- $50 in Merchandise $35 in Merchandise $20 in Merchandise 1st Prize - 2nd Prize 3rd Prize - You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. To Register You Must Be 18 Or Over! ! ! Elwood and Helen Crain Phone 645-5842 Year-end Knockouts. and children of West Point were weekend guests in the home of her .parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright. During their visit they I enjoyed a camping outing at the Wrights' place on Lake Mary. SUMMER READING CLUB CONCLUDED WITH PARTY Kevin Peele Van Cleave Me- morial Lib:rary concluded the summer reading program last Thursday with a morning party held at the library. A large grotp of children including the Story Hour pre-school group and their teacher were present. Certificates were given to those who had read the required num- ber of books during the summer, and punch and ,cokies were served. HONG KONG MISSIONARY TO SPEAK HERE FRIDAY The Rev. Larry Mills. pastor of Thomson Memorial Presby- Price4,ghter MOBILE HOME TALK O by Doris McDaniel R If there has been any bigger change in Hying tandards in the past decade than the style / and quality of mobile homes, it has been in the places where you'll find most of those homes -- today's mobile home parks and communities, Popularity is one reason: com- petition is another. But it all A works to the ad- vv vantage of the mobile home o w n e r today. Whether he's g_ j u s t starting out as a family A man or heading /4 for the hills with his pen- slon plan, he has a beautiful selection of places to enjoy his IK mobile living. / The pattern is the, same all by over the country: toward park- like communities with ever in- creasing emphasis on landscaped grounds, recreational facilities, LEVI and JOCKEY pools and putting greens, con- venience to shopping, and thoughtful provision for parking and other needs. Next time you think about house hunting, take TIES a tour of the mobile home parks k,, in the area where you'd like to live. Maybe yo. can afford PRINCE CONSORT "country club" living after alli AT THE JIM REEVES Squire Shop Highway 24 Centrevllle Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. Borden's or Fla-vor-Rich MILK V2 gallon 69c Community COFFEE b. 99c Thrill DETERGENT 32 oz. bottle 49c Heinz Strained BABY FOOD jar 9c Luzianne Peanut Butter 16 oz. jar 49c Holsum or Sunbeam BREAD 34c loaves 3 for 77c (with $5.00 purchase) Sand Springs Watermelons Large Size each $1.00 r b; Fresh, Crisp LETTUCE head 25c Home Grown BELL PEPPER each 10c Owen's Pure Smoked SAUSAGE lb. $1.39 Wisconsin Hoop CHEESE $1.09 Parkmeadow Shopping Center (! Centreville .,(!l