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The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslssippi Page 7 Friday, September 14, 1973 COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES rnent. These soils should be sub- Soiled each year 12 to 2{) inches leep. Sub.oiling breaks up the eOmpaet,cd layer, in[proves water hake. nnd deepens the effee- by John J. Dale, Jr. COMPACTED SOIL I ]grass problems by taking action Sandy loam. silt loam andnew. Following harvest, alter- Silty clay loam sils compact naLe disking and chiseling will cut jolnsongrass rhizomes into easily fr:m use of farm equip- .short pieces making them more susceptible to drying and winter kill FALL PLOWING with 6 cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine developing at least 140 H.P. at the flywheel at 1900 R.P.M.. individual adjustment free fuel injection pumps, with direct electric starting system, power shift transmission• hy- draulic controls, straight bull- dozer blade• hydraulic controlled tilt cylinder, steel canopy cab. and power controlled winch. Tile Board reserves the right vo reject any and all bids. This 4th day of September, 1973 Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 9/7/4w WCTS NEWS The Wilkinson County Train- ing School Wildcats lost their opening game to the Gloster Hornets 8-0. The Wildcats will entertain the Clinton High Tigers this Friday night in Woodville. Ev- eryone is urged to come out and support our team. The prices are the same. The 10-B Chapter of Kappa Phi Sigma Biological Society elected its slate of officers for the 1973-74 academic school year. Officers include: Amos Harrison. president; Joe E. WIN liams, vice president; tire tom zone or plants. Fall plowing on clay and The compacted layer can be .mixed clay soils following bar- 'battered better when the soiI I vest has lots of advantages• NOTICE OF SALE is dry, normally in the fall• Tlese include burying stalks The Wilkinson County Board and debris so that they will rot hay soils Lhat have been', ...... avin the of Education will receive sealed Tolliver, secretary; Harrlstina reeenHy landformed should be I auring the winter, m g bids until 3:00 o'clock p.m., Mon- Roper, assistant secretary; SUbsoiled. Subsoiling should be I soilfreezmgin conaiiOnand thawmg°" menOWand leavlr°m- t ctay., ucooer_ 1, l'a, in the. office.  JameSon Porter,Hawkins'businessChaplain;manager;Shar" the last trip over the field with ' ofm Erie wounyu_pel.'in.t_enaen e • ling the roots of perennial weeds ation, Woodvllle, MlSSlS- Mary Tillery, parliamentarian; qUpment in the fall• c exposed so that they will freeze . " ......... and Harristina Roper, Miss • .'lqppi for Lne sam oI rne IOlIOW- FALL FERTILIZATION Fall plowing will also make  7 ' , . - . Kappa Phi Sigma. ..... earlie I lag SellOOl ouses" For many farmers, fall appli- possible o ge in [iems "1 -- - .. .... rus ro. ueseripuon The objectives of the Society cation of fertilizer is a good m me spring. 53 1963 Ford chassis• with 54 are to promote an Interest is deal. This is particularly true I Fall plowing permits shallow on ,soils that are to be preparectjprepla.nt cultivation of rows la the f'all. Plmsphate and pot- for weed control which will help ash applied in the fall have conserve needed moisture. given good results, but nitrogen LIME Should not be applied in the fall for spring use. i It won't be long before lime de,me soils, however, do not vendors will be swamped with tend themselves to fall fertili-lrequest s to lime crop land fol- ration. These include soils that t lowing harvest• By liming pas- re so seep that erosion is a lture s now. you can help make Iroblem, soils where frequen't]more trucks available to spread OVerflow is a problem, and sandYllime on crop land following SOlls where severe leaching Of lharvest ' l0tash may occur• ] Lime is your "blue chip" in- WEED CONTROL ,esment. Get it on the land leduce next year's johnson- now instead of putting it off.  I Ferguson, Leona Ferguson Grimes, Jessie FergUson, W. L. Ferguson, and Odessa Ferguson Bryant: Btate of Mississippi. (Ounty of Wilkinson. To the Absent or Unknown Ielrs at Law, If Any, of Isaac 8 inmate, Deceased. and Minnie tlliam.s. Also Known as Minnie gOnes, If Deceased, Minnie llliams, Also Known as lnnie aches. Cage Summage, arthur Davis. Joseph Davis, arl Davis. Johnnie Davis. h:atthew Davis. Mary Catherine 0Untain Seiber. Laura Ann Untain, Miles Fountain, eArthur Fountain. Eugene }0ri, Mary M. Crump, Julia eter, J. C. Williams. Clarence Jliarms. Jr., Ida McFarland, I ra Mac Payne. Jessie Mac est, Clifton R. Davis, John H. £ *bb. Jr. Annie Ferguson Wilson teatrice Ferguson Butler, araes Ferguson. Lurleen er, guson Collins, Harrison Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Service[ You are hereby summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi, on the first Monday of November. A. D.. 1973, to show cause why the Final Account of the Administrato., filed in Cause No. 4304 of the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, .should not be allowed and approved, and to plead, answer or demur to the petition of the Administrator filed there- in seeking final settlement and to have the heirs .at law of Isaac Summage, deceased• recognized, legally adjudicated as such and placed tn .possession of said es- tate a.s contemplated and pro- vided by Sections 1270, 1271 and 1272 .of the Mississi.ppi Code Annotated 1942 and as Recom- piled and Amended. wherein each of the said absent or un- known heirs at law of said Isaac Summage, deceased, and Minnie Williams, also known as Minnie Jones, if deceased, is a defend- ant. and each of you are de- fendants. This 20th day of August, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 8/24/4w NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received y the Board of Supervisors of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- house in Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, October 2. 1973. to purchase for cash passenger Superior body 56 1964 Chevrolet chassis, with 48 passenger Superior body 65 1966 Crevrolet chassis, with 54 passenger Superior body 66 1966 Chevrolet ,chassis• with 54 passenger Superior body 68 1968 Chevrolet chassis, with 54 passenger Superior body Envelopes containing b i d s shall be marked with the ,bus number or numbers on which bids are being made. Said buses may be inspected at ll.e Wilkinson County School Bus Shop, Woodville, Miss., from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Mon- day through Friday from Sep- tember 17, 1973 to October 1, 1973. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bernard Waites Executive Secretary 9/14/3w The State of Mississippi To Morris Fletcher. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the County o* Wilkinson in said State, cn the First Monday of November. 1973, to defend the Suit No. 6029 of Annie Mac Hastings Murray F 1 e t e h e r wherein you are the defendant. the Bi.clogical Sciences, to co- ordinate activities related to biological research, and to co- ordinate activities for the ,pres- ervation of the environment. Mr. Thomas C. Tolliver is spon- sor.  W. Hicks, Principal. ANNOUNCEMENT The members of the Evening Star Baptist Church cordially invite the public to attend our Dedication of our new church on the first Sunday in October, same being October 7. Dinner will be served• -- Ray. E. D. Smith, Pastor; Sister • Johnny Turner, Secretary. CARD OF THANKS I wish .to express my heart- felt thanks to all of my friends for their many kindnesses dur- ing my lospitalization. Your cards, flowers, visits, gifts and prayers are deeply appreciated. Special thanks go to the doctors and nurses. May God bless you all -- Lucille Davis. bar, A D., 1973. to defend suit No. 6033 in said Cour of Ruby Lea Carter Maiden, wherein you This 14th day of September,[ 1973. I Alonzo H. Sturgeon [ Chancery Clerk [ by Bettye Stm'geon, DC 9/14/3w t 9/14/4w NOTICE OF BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Centreville, Mississippi. in the Town Hall, of Centreville, Mississippi, up to 5 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, Oc- tober 2. 1973. for the sale. or cash. of one (1) 1967 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, one (1) 1960 Ford dump truck. Each item should be bid on separately• The Board reserves the right o reject any and all bids. This the 4th day of Septem- ber. 1973 Rufus Dalton Town Clerk 9/14/3w NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of John J. McCearley, Deceased. having been granted t .X from the Revenue Sharing Fund, I and issued to the undersigned for the use of the Fifth Super-lbY the Chancery Court of Wil- visor's Separate Road District, kinson County, Mississippi, on one (1) new Crawler Tractor the 7th day of September, 1973, all persons having claims against are the Defendant. This the 12th day of Septem- ber, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk CLASSIFIED ADS YOUR TIME IS WORTH MONEY as an Avon Representative during the biggest season of the year- right ow! Cash in on all that spare time. Call Mrs. O'Ncal, 445-9800 ufter 7 p.m., Box 639. Natchez• 9/14/2w Be Sure-- ------lnure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville WANTED: Standing Timber, walnut, pecan and white oak. Extremely high prices. Call col- lect 314-238-2709 for free esti- mate. 9/14/5Wp Fannle FO--R S-----'E: 1956 Pontiac 4-door: with heater, radio, good tires• If interested, call 645-3941, Cen- trevllle• 8/31/4w FOR SALE: One 16, Trojan front end loader with blade; one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; one 1968 F-800 twin screw truck. Contact Jack McDaniel, Centre- villa, Phone 645-4371 or 5588. 7/13/t,f HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, 2-hath brick veneer home in entreville. $27,500. Hewes Real Ftate, Jhn C. Hewe, phone 888-3941. 5/18/.tf FOR SALE: House on Water Street. Two large edrooms, bath, living room, dining room. kitchen. Mrs. Bessie Swaggart, phone 888-4203. 7/20/tf POSTED: Flat,ridge Plantation and that part of Salisbury Plantation leased by the under- signed are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. Also against hogs and dogs. 8/31/4mp Gerald E. Johnston WANTED TO BUY: Water-dam- aged House Trailers. Call collect 504-665-6128. Denham Springs, La. 8/24/4wp FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang, ex- cellent mechanical condition, air conditioned and new tires. Call 888-5501 after 5:so p.m. 7/27/tf POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. All previous permissions revoked. All violators will 'be prosecuted. 8/31/if Mrs. R. M. Redhead POSTED: All .lands owned by ,the John A. McClain, Sr., heirs are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 8/24/4wp POSTED: Rosemont Plantation is hereby posted .against all trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft 8/10/tf HOUSE FOR SALE: Located on Highway 24 west of Woodville. 3-bedroom, bath, brick veneer', kitchen, living room. Contact Cellous Tobe Smith, Phone 888- 4483. 9/14/2w POSTED: The McCool Place, the Ralph Tabor Place and the A. . Smith Place, all located in Amite County, are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/14/4w Mason Vine PO'-'ED: Holly --G"ove--anta - tion near Centrevllle, Miss., is hereby posted against all hunt- ing, fishing or otherwise ires- passing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Propst, Jr., Rt. 1, Centreville. 8/7/3w LOST bright carpet colors? Re- store them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1 :at the Ben Franklin Store• 9/14/lw FOR SALE: Polaroid 210 Cam- era, takes B&W or Color pic- tures. With case. timer, and fl.ash attachment. Perfect con- dition. $55. Call 888-6718 after 5:30 p.m. 9/14/if WANTED TO BUY: Old furni- ture, wash pots. tea kettles, dinner bells• etc. Crain's Hard- ware. Centreville, Phone 645- 5842. 9/14/4w POSTED: All ]ands ,owned by J. P. Morgan heirs in Wilkin- son .County, either jointly or in fee, are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing• All previous per- missions revoked. Robert F. Catchings, Lessor. 8/24/lm POSTED: All lands owned by lhe Estate of J. M. McCraine are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespa.sslng. 9/7/if POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7/wp Mrs. Harper Perry You save more than monq with U.S. Savings Bonds Year-end Knockouts. . Pr,ce-fghter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. " ::: , ', ,. :: '5 '" .... • i:'. ;('1,; ;' ;5 "' '' ' ' I: *v' .. : I."!:: ¢.€. t* i''• ":"",, ,.*$ a 'ltX,{r;",'* :I! l"',e  . n .r. .L Lr pie operators, medium-size operators, small operators... We have a new Ford Tractor powered and priced just for you. Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. said. estate are hereby notified to have the same pro.bated, reg- istered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within six (6l months from the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be forever barred• This the 7th day of Septem- ber, A. D.. 1973. Edward Lee McCearley 9/14/4w NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson To: Charlie Maiden. a non-resident of the State of Mississippi, whose past office and stree address is 727 Buford Highway, Apartment F. Chamblee, Georgia 30341. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the First Monday of Nova,m- ::zi.. ) • L t., ..... ]',<)( ..... ?:i: ....... ................................ " .............. ¢!::!{ U' :.':' :: ' '  ............ %, , .a::auc.a ::,,: :,, :",:: " ';"F "":l,", ":, ! •5.: ": '':" '"" "";": ,: . ,  .:. .. .. ,{! :.! • ,,,a. T .,,h,%:',2 ... ................. .: '; r ............................................... ......................  ............................. r  a ............................................................ !?! !;:. !:"727!: ........................... J)g. "/k'l. " " " L*.' " lit','*