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#age 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodv111e, Miss;sslpp; Friday, September 14, 1973 " 'f'l-"-----'--"-1"m'T -- CentrevilleAcademylctr n IOW PIIiC[9 TheWoodvilleRepublica. 1,0entrevllle l00lews .Ews AT MORNING PARTY Published every Friday by The annt:Jk g treville United Methodist Church Box {t96, Woodvllie, Miss. 39869 ..... ,,,N Academy s . ' honored Miss Mary B. Bowles "M?''dd"?='C77"ll'a?'cT'MT7 .. 7RRITRTT' in the gymnatorium last Ttmrs- witt a coffee held at the home John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor I Jr., and .sons, Darryl, Billy .and __ , _ ubscrlption Rates: One year, IIIMike' attended funeral services ItOSTESS FOR CIRCLE comb and Mr. Earl McGuire Nannie C Ash on Ttsday, for Mrs Blaiock's nephew were elected to serve on the September" 11, at 9:30 a.m. , " Z' . ,, ' Mrs. Claude M. Parkhurst was Board cf Trustees, .replacing ......... t Dwayne v'reeman, neld from ne nMildred Fmld and Mr. Joe Circle, is leaving this weekend $4.00; 6 DOS., $2.25; 3 Dos., - "tt Ba t:st hulch at Baker hostess for the September meet- ' lvnss owles, a memoer oi ne $1.25. Payable In advance. I I'a: P 1 w " , . ' ing of the Centreville Methodist BMlrl . . , to reside with her sister, Mrs. La lasb Wednesday Sepl:emter .  HeUGAR 5 ib bag second class postage paid ut I]_ '--'" ": a "d" son of Morning Circle at her residence The student body supportea Frances Babbin, in Norco, La. ' a Dwayne lo-ye r-ol .4- m .... ,, Woodvllle, Miss. 29669. I I .... la ...... z. . our ealn by holding pep ra.lhes The tea table was laid with " 59 I Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Freeman ...................... 'rs a ' 'of Baker was killed near his {er e,, q ,u,,  . on 'z'nursaay mgn a no .,,'rlaay a handsome handmade embroi- home on September 3. In addi- t'arKnurs serves party Iare aiernoon, u u r eneeneaaers dered cloth and held as a con- { with coffee, looked great at school on Fri- tral decoration a lovely Jr- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green were weekend visitors in the home of her brother. Mr. Avery Dean Hazelwood, while en route to their home m Baton Rouge after a vacation spent in Den- ver. Colorado. Mrs Nellie Smith of Memphis and her sister. Mrs. Bonnie Car- raway or Baton Rouge, were guesus for several days in the ho,,n,,, of the Rev. and Mrs. Rob- tion to his .parents, he is sur- vived by a sister, Theresa Free- Mrs. hrannie Ash, president, man. opened the meeting with prayer Mr. Lynn Caulfield ,of Jackson and conducted ,a lengthy busl- spent the Labor Day weekend ness session. visiting in the homes of his M;'s. T. R. White presented the sisters, Mrs. C. M. P, arkhurst program on "A Day in the Life and Mrs. Nannie C. Ash. Other of the 'Children of God.'" who are part of a sect within 1,he relatives visiting in Mrs. Ash's home included her grandson, Scott Ash, who.is attending LSU. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley John- erl, M. McGehee On Sunday, son and their infant daughter, Mrs. MeG ehee accompanied Jennifer, from the Gulf Coast them for a visit with their were Labor Day weekend guests brothers. Mr. David Berryhill in the homes of their parents, and family in Brookhaven and Mr. Royce Berryhill and family in MeComb Mrs. McGehee and Mrs. C arraway remained over in McComb for several days before returning to Centreville. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Collins and children of Natchez were rocent Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Taft Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carr. Other guests in the Carr home included their son and daugh- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Timmy "Jesus Movement" which claims from 2,000 to 3,000 members in small colonies in the United States and .in Europe. Mrs. White stated that her subject included a particular colony of more than .a hundred transients grouped in Ellenville, N. Y., on the edge of the Catskill Moun- tains. The program was closed with prayer and the meeting was dis- Carr. of Jackson. Lt. Col. (rot.) and Mrs. Frank D. McElwee of New Jersey were Labor Day weekend house gues included Mrs. Mildred McCurley, day in their new outfits. The Tigers were do.wned 25-12 last Friday night by the Oak Forest Yellow Jackets ;of Amite, Louisiana. The Junior Class sponsored a dance in the gym after the game, featuring Black Eyed Susie from Baton Rouge. Chap- crones were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smi!ey, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ro- gillio, Mr. and Mrs. Tad Priest, and Mrs. George Robertson. Next Friday night the Tigers will meet the Pine Hills Wildcats on their field. The Tiger Dar- lings r.eport that they are plan- ning to do a routine during half-time and the Cheerleaders will be backed by the Pep Squad mised with the Circle benedic- in cheering for and supporting tion. our team. Others attending the meeting On Monday the Seniors or- dered their graduation invita- ra.ngement of rosa montana, which was also noted in the foyer of the home. Mrs. Thelma McCraine presided at the silver coffee service, and dainty sand- wiches and other party fate were served. Guests called from both the Centrevllle United Methodist Church and the Centreville Bap- tist Church. During the patty the honoree was presented a lovely scarf in behalf of the Circle by Mrs. Ash. During her residency in Cen- treville, Miss Bowles was long associated with the Field Me- morial Community Hospital as Supervisor of Nurses and later as an instructor for students. HOLLY RETREAT HMC MEETS Mrs. Ros, a Duck was hostess for the September meeting of home ,of his mother and sister. Mrs. Edna Dalton and Mrs. Jack McDaniel. and family. of his mother and uncle, Mrs. Mrs. Thelma McCralne, Mrs. Charles McElwee and Mr. Wey- Amanda Owens, Mrs. Julia Mac lan Dixon. Wright, Mrs. Ors Lee Causey, Mrs. John Vaughn, and Mrs. Jessie Mitcheltree. Toe to Crown in Buster Brown Our fall stocks are now in. Choose from our complete line in sizes 6-9 mos. through size 8. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crain, of Camden, Ark., were Labor Day weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross, Jr., and family. Spending the weekend and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lea McKey were the fol- lowing relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lea Crow, Mr..and Mrs. Dave Taylor and son, David Lea, all of Baton Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lea McKey of Jack- SOil. Mrs. Annie Templeton John- son of Carthage is visiting in the.homes of her sons, Mr. Price Templeton and Mr. James Tern- tions and caps and gowns. There the Holly Retreat Homemakers are 33 Seniors tilts year, whichiclu b at hm home last Tlursday makes this year's class the larg- 't eat in the history of Centreville I Academy. ] Our B team will' meet the I Wilkinson County Christian B] team on Tuesday night on our field. Last Saturday the Pee Tees traveled to Walker. Lou- isiana, to play the Central Poe Tees, who defeated our team 14-0. The Juniors have announcecl that plans are being made for a magazine subscription sale soon. The Tiger Darlings ,are this week taking orders for Stanley Products. The proceeds from this project will be used to buy pom- poDs, flags, umbrellas, etc., to be used in their routines. All .of us have been missing Speedy Hughes and are glad to hear from sources at Ochsner Foundation Hospital that he is recovering satisfactorily after surgery and ,might be home in , pleton, and their families. time for the game Friday night. . Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Gallent,] It isn't official -- but we an- Jr.. and family were in Jackson ] derstand the Tigers have a new Saturday visiting their daugh- Mascot, Dixie Mullins. who at- ter, Miss Kathy Gallent, who is tended the dance last Friday V] s  freshman student at Millsaps night rand makes daily undsc,ollege.Mr. and Mrs.. Raymond White I of the classrooms.. Cenhv,. Parkmeadow ._ :11_ of Baton Rouge 'were Labor Day guests in the home of Mr. and Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Venton McNabb in the recent m m Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst. death of her niece, Mrs. Ann ...... m m m Elizabeth Garrett Westbrook. 00Ri00INIS HARDWARE Those from Centreville attend- ing the funeeal services, included Mr. and Mrs. McNa,bb and faD- 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-- To Register You Must Be 1 8 Or Over! ! ! For All Your Hardware Needs, Including: Blue Grass Tools & Hardware ily, Mrs. Elwood Crain. Mr and Mrs. M. C. Tate. Mrs. De.aon McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Germany, and Mrs. Jack Me- Daniel. Mrs. Vernon Sims returned last week from a delightful visit with her sons and their fam- ilies, Mr..and Mrs. Stanley Sims and children in Providence, Rhode Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sims and family in Syra- cuse, brew York. En route home Mrs. Sims stopped in Washing- on, D. C., for a visit with friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Turner. Ca.rlon Propst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Props of olly Grove Plantation, is attending St. Paul's School for Boys at Covington, La. LARGEST BIBLE REBINDERY The largest Holy Bible rebind- ing plant in the nation is lo- cated at Greenwood, Mississippi, the Norris Bookbinding Co. Es- tablished in 1947, the firm serves customers in all 50 states. Plumbing Supplies Electrical Supplies Household Items Coming Ware Small Appliances Amerock Cabinet and Furniture Pulls Complete Line SHERWIN WILLIAMS Paints & Products Elwood and Helen Crain Phone 645-5842 II IIII Year-end Knockouts. Ford Price4,ghter Clearance H & R inc., Woodville, Miss. afternoon with a large attend- ance. Mrs. Thoma.s J. Cobb, presi- dent. conducted the business Cook book recipes from the H. J. Heinz Company were dis- tributed by Mrs. Duck. Mrs. Cobb gave an article on ecology with special emphasis on air pollution, noise pollution. highway garbage disposal cen- ters, and pesticides used by farmers. Members making crafts for the local nursing home were asked to bring them to the next meeting. During the social hour Mrs. Duck served cake and punch. MOBILE HOME TALK by Doris McDaniel There are many good reasons for buying a mobile home for your family, regardless of your situation. Mobility is one reason. -- Low initial cost and low upkeep 7"" are two more. 11i)I But there is 1 something else tlltl to consider. One ,=, of the things Llng ago reeog- '.J nized by the ',ll|Jll[l/ltll mobile home in- dustry was that people buying their homes had to be confident of what they were getting. Otherwise the whole industry would suffer. That meant high standards of performance qual- ity at every stage of manufac- ture, as well as in the equipment and furnishings built in. The adoption of these prac- tices, such as the American National Standard for Mobile Homes, widely adopted in 1969 throughout the industry, was a big forward step toward the kind of housing proudly dis- played in today's mobile homes. We use that word "proudly" with meaning, and you'll see wly when you visit our Mobile Home Show. It's open every day, and there's a lot to see. Come in! JIM REEVES MOBILE HOMES Highway 24 Centreville I I! ., |,| i i .tl LOANS Irom $ lOOtO $51000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As / to Va and Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE-- Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Phone 888-2011 (With $6 Purchase) Van Camp's Grated TUNA, 6 oz. cans 2-73c i l Pride of Illinois Cream Style  i CORN, 303 cans 4 for 89c Smoked Picnic 5-6 lb. avg. HAMS Whole Shank end Butt end Sliced lb. 79c lb. 79c lb. 85c lb. 85c Value Brand BACON lb. $1.19 : Right Guard DEODORANT 89c Pfeifer Italian, Thousand Island or French ORESSlh0000" ' f,, r $1.00 4 Roll Package Toilet TISSUE 2 for 79c,: Stringer New Crop SYRUP V= gal. can $1.29 Gold Medal FLOUR 5 lbs. 69c I: Welch Aide Grape or Red Grape DRINK 3-46 oz. cans $1 Lipton i I TEA BAGS 48 count 59c Parkmeadow Shopping Cimter .a- Centreville , (