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Paqe 2 TheWoodvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 Jotm S. Lewis, Owner & Editor ubscriptton Rates: One year, $4.00:6 raGS., $2.25; 3 raGS., ,$1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postnge paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. Miss Nancy Storm returned to her home in Baton Rouge Sun- day following a week's visit in lhe home of tier grandfather Mr. C. M. Parkhurst. and Mrs. Parkhurst. The Rev. and Mrs. John L. The Woodville Republ;can, Woodville, Mississlppi ---'--"-'-'----"-"------ .... -"-" Centreville Academy n0mic studies indicate that the I lowest overall cost can ,bel obtained if these facilities are Centreville News Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bell and her mother. Mrs. R. A. Allums, had as their recent house guests his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Weathers, and their four children, John, Mimmie. Mac and Mary Ann. and a cousin Suzanne, all of Loretta. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Hughes spent Saturday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conway Hughes and family in Vidalia, La. The Roy. and Mrs. Robert G. McGehee and son. Marshall. of Nashville. Tenn.. were guests in the home of his father, the Rev. Ash. III. and their family en- Robert M. McGehee, and Mrs. joyed a weekend visit in tile, ,.  .. _ _ ,McGehee for several days last home of ms morner, mrs. an-iweek. The Rev. Mr. McGehee is nle Ash. i pastor of Woodland Presbyterian Miss Ruth Galloway of Baton lchurc h in Nashville. Rouge is visiting in the home of her sister Mrs. J. C. Williams. I Capt. and Mrs. Lewis Palumbo and two children, Lew and and family. Stacy, of Oxford were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moses house guests of her parents, Mr. azd children. Jennifer and and Mrs. Joe B. Jones. KiJ t of Florence, Ala: were I Miss Irma Butler spent Sun- .. wee end gu(sts m the, day visiting in the home of her home of her parents, Mr. and sister, Mrs. Estelle Ratcllff, ,and Mrs. Robert J. Mitcheltree. family in Liberty. , I TREY BELLUE HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Trey Bellue, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Bellue, celebrated his first birthday Saturday with a party on the lawn of their home given by his parents. Trey's white birthday cake was decorated with a circus train and with "Happy Birthday to Trey." A second birthday cake decorated with one little blue candle was placed on a crystal cake plate, an heirloom in his mother's family for some 100 years. A GFT FROM BUTTS & YOSTE will be cherished through the years @ Diamonds @ Silver @ China @ Crystal '' Watches BUTTS & YOSTE Jewelers I,ola i|ote| C.rner -- Phone 445-4063 -- Natchez, MIn. I II . , * j NEWS The first week of school is now behind us. Although there were mixed feeling around the campus, most of us have squared off and see a good year ahead for us. The 1973 football season op- ened last Friday night when the Centreville gridders joined Station." Franklin County Christian Acad-, emy and Pine Hills Academy in l a jamboree at the Amite School Corporablon. In the first game mite School Corporation de- feated Pine Hills Academy 7-0. and in the second game Cen- treville Academy sneaked by Franklin Christian Academy 6-0. The third game saw Franklin I Christian and Pine Hills battle The party was concluded with to a 0-0 tie, and in the fourth refreshments of ice cream anal game Cenrevtlle out-gained punch served with cake Amite School in a scoreless tie. Among those attending were Next Friday night. August 31. two great-grandmothers, his our tealn will host Chamberlain financed and owned by a separate company. Conse- quently, it is planned that a subsidiary generating company will ,be formed within the Mid- dle South System to finance and own base load generating plants such as Grand Gulf LETTERS To The Editor (Editor's Note: Gary Pearce, who served as Youth Director at the Woodville Baptist Church for the summer months, this week asked that we publish the following open letter to the peo- ple of the community on the occasmn of his departure to re- turn to school.) To My Dear Friends in I ississippi Power & Light Woodville. Company under contract witl Words cannot even begin to tile energy company would belexpress by deepest heartfelt solely responsible for the de-[tiaanks to eacta one of you in sign, construction, maintenance, this wonderful town. It's hard and operation of the Grand be tell you how much this sum- Gulf plant, Lutken continued, mer in Woodville has meant to Plans for construction of the me and how the Lord has used Grand Gulf :facility were an-J. thi s summer to let me grow so nounced by MP&L in January, much closer to Him. 1972. Since th, at time engi- neerlng plans have been under- going development, an appli- cation has been filed and is now pending with the United Friday, August 31, 1973 great-aunts, and several cousins. Hunt. After the game the Soph- States Atomic Energy Commis- mighty ways, and that each per- son in ,this town will find a Mrs. Wtnnie Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Doming, Mrs. Diannie Parker and sons, Larry and Sammy, and Anna Marie Ander- son. all of JacLson, La.. in addi- tion to a group of relatives and friends from Centreville. Mrs. Mildred McCurley spent the past weekend visiting rela- tives in Bogalusa, La. Miss Beverly C. Anders of Zachary, La.. and Miss Margaret Nettles of Baton Rouge were weekend guests in the home of the former's grandmother, Mrs. J. M. McCraine. Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Wright returned Monday from a de- lightful visit to Erin, Tenn., as guests of his sister, Mrs. Minnie Miller. During their stay, ac- companied by Mrs. Miller, they enjoyed a two-day outing at Kentucky Lake, Tenn. En route home they stopped over in West Point for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Jess I)avidson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haynes ,and daughter, Melanie and Shannon Michelle, of Le Moyen, La., spent the weekend at their home here in Centre- attendance. In the absence of the president, Mr. Bob Bell, the vice-president, Mr. Billy Mc- Gregor, presided at the business session. omores will sponsor a dance in sign for a construction permit, the gymnatorium. One of the and extensive environmental area bands will furnish music. ]studies have been carried out School days pictures will be In all forms of plant, animal taken on September 6. Pom Pom land aquatic life in the plant grls will sell cup cakes this vicinity. coming weekend. Elections for "Nuclear-fueled power plants class officers were held in all have proved to be extremely homerooms on Tuesday. Results safe, clean and dependable in of the elections ,will be an_lmany years of operation," Lut- nounced next week. The 1973-74 ! ken said. "They probably have yearbook staff has begun its the least environmental im- work in earnest an, d hope to .pact of any type steam electric make Tiger '74 the best yearbook station," he stated, "and be- ever. I cause of strict AEC standards and continuing supervision of Some of the students are ex- nuclear .plants during their cited over the prospect of a trip entire operating lifetimes nu- to England during spring holt- clear power plants are the days. Mrs. S. E. Field .of our l mos t carefully planned and Beard of Directors and Mrs. rigidly supervised industrial C. C. Germany of our English projects in 'this country." Department are organizing the trip and plan to accompanyl Lutken pointed out that students to England. -- Tiger '741 there are over 100 nuclear Staff. .plants operating, ,planned or under construction in the United States, and that there Mrs. Harris Jones and her has .been a most significant mother and aunt, Mrs. Ray CaN nuclear power plant program lender and Mrs. L. M. Parnell, on a world-wide basis for many of Centreville and Mrs. Ioyt years. He expressed the opinion Dawsay of Liberty visited rela- that the wise development and tires and friends in north Lou- use of energy resources is es- lslan, a and east Texas last week- sential to the survival of the end. United States as a free nation. The official said ,an vllle. riends of Mrs. Pearl S. An- that The .Centreville Chamber of derson regret that she is .ill and interconnected .operation, such Commerce :held a covered dish hospitalized in Field Memorial. as the Middle South System, t meetlng Monday' evening at The Best Wishes go out for her early increases service reliability to Wm. Carter Plant with a fair recovery, customers and helps keep Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whit- electric xates at the lowest level field Hawkins of Kings High- possible, since a system oper- way, Jackson, were house guests ation can provide and utilize last weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Plait. Grand Gulf Nuclear Hear Ye! Hear Ye! MFA Insurance is proud to annouce the appointment of PAT CAVIN as its local agent in the Wilkinson County area. Pat pledges to serve the people of this community with professionalism and enthusiasm. For your Life, Health, Home, or Car "Look to the Shield." closer walk with (od because of Jesus Christ and His resur- rected life. Again my deepest heartfelt thanks to each of you who have made this such a wonderful part of my life. Woodville will always be a great chapter and fond memory in my life. In Christ. Gary D. Pearee DISHWASIlERS __ IIIII . I III . Make your last round decision. Ford Price-fighter Clearance Axe you tired of rinsing dishes before loading them into the dishwasher? Home econo- mists at Mississippi State Uni- versity say that rinsing is .unnecessary. Only foods con- taining sulphur, such as eggs, My hope and prayer for this mustard and mayonnaise, need town is that the Lord will con- to be wiped off before starting tinue to bless you in great and the dishwasher. Our Merchandise has :ii been slow in arriving ll  : but we are now . i w,n ./iV HI & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss.. generating reserves and total facilities on a much more eco- nomic.l basis than is possible in a single company operation. We have Children's Wear, Junior Sportswear, and Missy Sportswear. Come by and see for yourself, the fine selections of our Fall Merchandise. Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville Station To Be State's Largest Construction I Grand Gulf Nuclear Statlonl to be built near Port Gibson will ultimately Include two units at a total estimated cost of one billion, two hundred and t wenty,-seven million dollars, Mississippi Power & Light Com- pany President Donald C. Lut- ken announced last week. "This will be by far the 1 a:r g e st construction under- taking in the history of our sate," Lutken said, "and is made necessary because of the growing needs of Mississippi people in the years ahead for electrical energy. Grand Gulf Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servlcel Be Sure- ------ln=ure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville Mr. Farmer: Grain feeds will be at an all time high this winter. Be assured of a good winter feeding program by using a liquid feed and winter grazing program from Adams County Co-Op. We have a proven product in our liquid feed program and this will be one of the best sources of protein this winter. We have the equipment and the personnel to assure you of a good planting job and we have bulk fertil- izer and seed available for all your winter grazing needs. Come by or call us and we will be glad to discuss your feeding programs for this winter. ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP 1 Wilson Road Natchez, Miss. CRAIN'S HARDWARE CENTREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Across From Wm. Carter Company 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 Also TWO DOOR PRIZES. You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. To Register You Must Be 18 Or Over! ! ! Nuclear Sta{ion will not only I help MP&L meet the electrical demands of our customers for homes, farms, businesses, and job-providing industries, but will also provide ample electric power needed to clean up our environment and help keep it clean." .Continuing, he stated that construction cost of the plant "is the equivalent of about ten times the state-financed shi,p- yard of the future at Pasea- goula; and .since tl]e BAWl program began in 1936 there have been 786 industrial bond issues under the program totaling $453 mlllion. The Grand Gulf investment is nearly three times all these bond issues." He said that the Grand Gulf plant would be financed with private capital 1st Prize - and be placed on the tax rolls of the state and county. Lutken pointed out that it is 2nd Prize - absolutely essential for electric companies in this area to turn to both nuclear generating 3rd Prize - plants and coal-fired plants if the energy needs of the people are to ,be met, due to the shortages and  a p i d 1 y in- creasing costs pertaining to natural gas and fuel o11, which lave been the principal fuels or electric plant generatlng operations in this area. Continuing, the utility pres- :dent said, "Due to the tre- Elwo00d and Helen Crain Phqne 645-5842 men4ou= e.osts of building such . ",r : .... , " l.. . major generating facilities, eco-