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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppl Friday, September ") I, | 973 . :: :-],]1 ' T Centreville Academy] H C)jE  TheWoo dvilleRepublic N EWS ] Published every Friday by ]] Last Tuesday night our Junior Box696, Woodville, Mlss. 39889,! Varsity team met the WCCA Ramblers on our field. They 3ohnS/l,ew, Owner & Editor defeated us 6-0. This Tuesday night both our PeeWee and Junior Varsity teams will play 1:bscriptlon Rates: One year, I teams from Amite County School os., $2.25; 3 rodS., ]] 0; 6 m Corporation on our field. A pep $1.,5. P.jable,- in advance.  rally is ,scheduled for Tuesday Second Class post, age paid at ] afterncon for grades f o u r [ lb Woodville. Miss. 39669. 1 through nine to let our boys I  the weekend at their home here sumptuous know they have a lot of support by Mrjorie White, Home Agent in Centreville. from their fellow students. Last Friday nlglt our Tigers CONSERVING ENERGY defeated the Pine Hills Wild-I' Energy...we've always taken cats on their field. The score JAYCETTES PLAN DRIVE ] M.H. Hughes, III. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hughes, J.r.. was FOR CYII(, FIBROSIS able to return home last Wed- At a meeting of the Centre-]nesday after being hospitalized in Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans vlle Jaycettes held in VanCleae I for ten days. Memorial Library on Thursday, I Mrs. R. J. Field. Jr., returned the chapter voted o sponsor a lhome over the weekend from a crusade for Cystic Fibrosis, to be visit with her parents, Mr. and held from Monday, September Mrs. Ed Oehmig, in Highland, 24. through September 28. with N C., and with her sister, Mrs. a door-to-door canwss in Cen- treville. Other business coming before the session included a member- ship drive, which is in progress. BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rafford It. McKey of Centreville on September 7 in Field Memorial Preston Collins, and family in Atfanta, Ga. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Reese regre to learn that she is hospitalized in Woman's Hos- pital in Baton Rouge. Best wishes go out for her early e- oovery. Mrs. Russel Clunan and son, Rusty, of Baton Rouge spent Sunday visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hospital. a son. Michael Shane. Johnson, in the Macedonia Paternal grandparents are Mr. neighborhood. Rusty has just and Mrs. Elmo McKey of Con- returned from Boston, Mass., treville and maternal grand- where his Polish coin collection parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles placed third at .a session of the Howell of Maryland. American Numismatic Associa- served preceding the program which was planned by Mayor Donnie Vine and Mrs. Portia Welch Aaron. Class President Gone Smit presided at the meeting, and as he read each mcmber's name and class prophecy as written hosted by 'the Thomas Jefferson in the '63 annual, each re- Eagles. The Pep Squad an, d the spended with what he or she Tiger Darlings plan to accom- had done since leaving school, puny the team. They ,also named their married partner and family. The class sponsor, Mrs. Hulon Lee, and the principal, Mr. O. B. Pendergrass, were not present. Those attending the function were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Crane (Betty Clark). Ethel, La.; Miss Sarah Ash, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Aaron (Portia Welch). Centreville; Mr. and was 28-6. it for granted: energy to light, Next Friday night our Tigers heat and cool our homes, cook will travel to Natchez to be our meals and make music and Beta Club officers were elected this week. They are as follows: Stoney Loftin, president; James Jelks, vice-president; Sandra Boatner, ecretary - treasurer; Susie Robertson, reporter. New members will be announced next week. Last Friday morning the Freshman Class provided the student body with the .first Mrs. Clifton Welch. Jr., (Marie chapel program of the school year. The theme of this pro- gram was "The Eleven Verbs ,of Life." Jack Causey, president of the class, welcomed the student body; Los Poole led in the pledge of allegiance to the American flag; Ellen Caulfield Noland), Baton Rouge; Mayor and Mrs. Donnie Vine, Centre- ville; Mr. and Mrs. Claude De- bese {Annie Owens), Baton Rouge; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ha- ney, Jonesville, La.: Mr. .and Mrs. James Townsend (Jane ARMOUR STAR Medium EGGS-d0z. 68c : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin of Centreville announce the birth of a daughter, Marisa. their and sons, Wayne and Barry, of third child and second daugh- Baker, La.. visited Sunday with ter. on September 17 at Field their parents. Mr. and Mrs. MemJrial Community Hospital. E W. Murrah and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bruss, and with Mrs. music for the evening's enter- I Born in Field Memorial Corn- Murrah's grandmother, Mrs. Lila tainment. munity Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, and son, Burris. Carl Ross. Jr. of Centreville on David VanCleave, son of Mr. ISTUDENTS OFF TO COLLEGE September 14. their fourth child, and Mrs. Kent VanCleave, left I Centreville students attending a son Christopher Michael. the first of the week for New, " 4 Paternal grandparenr, s are Mr. York wt]ere he is attending de- various colleges for the 1973-7 and Mrs. Carl Ros.s of Camden, signers school. David has been co,salon include: W. M. Ewell, Ark.. an maternal grandmother in Centreville for the past month Jr.. Auburn University; Jerry }s Mrs. Lwerne Pettit of Cen-lrecuperating from a recent ill- McDaniel and Sid Brian, LSU; Ri c h a r d Newman, Emmette I trevil}e, hess. Knighton, and Bill James, ] Southwest Junior College; Buck Caulfield, Co-Lin; Debbie Poole, BLOUSES from Ship 'n Shore Save I0c COMMUNITY COFFEE lb. entertainment, i ai 2 But now here's an energy gap. What does this mean? Quite simply, the U. S. demand for " energy is growing much Jaster' than new supplies are being Save 35c found. By ,making the most efficient GALA PAPER u.e we can of our energy sup- plies, we can save money .and at the same time help extend the usefulness ,of our energy re- Save 0c sources. This alone will not provide OLD ENGLISH the solution to the energy gap, r'] |,llk|l'lr'] ]DI but it will help give us needed / U I I M I/%./I1,, time--time to find and develop new reserves to meet our Save 4 c growing needs. Turn off electric lights and HEINZ STRAINED 00h0. BABY FOOD use. Close doors and registers of rich. Williams), Oldster: Mr. and Mrs. read the scripture, Romans 12:1; ] rooms (such as a gues room) Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Murrah Derwood Brady (Dottle Dardem, Leah Norman gave the devo- which are seldom used. Liberty; and Mr. Gone Smith, tion; and Myrna Reynolds led Memphis. in The Lord's Prayer. Mr. Horne At the conclusion of the meet- made a few ,announcements and ing, The Milltones furnished Jack Causey ended the meeting with some humorous comments on school life. in cotton and polyester blends. Prints and solids. Sizes 8-18 Try not to jiggle your thermo- stat: this won't make your heating system more efficient, as some ,people believe. In winter, vry to keep 1)he normal thermostat setting no .higher Full Gallon or 8-16 oz. Bottles 3 large rolls POLISH 9 oz. 10 jars Save 45c S.M.A. Ready to Feed Case of 6- 32 oz. cans INF00-00,NT FORMULA all at Virginia Lynn's Southeast Louisiana University, Hammond; Kathy Gallent, Bel- haven; Thomas Graham, Ole Miss; Debbie McDaniel Shaw, Hinds Junior College; Charles 'Nettles, Gerald Cavin. John Newman, Philip McKey, Harry Priest, Wayne McDaniel, Bill Bankston, Bubba McKey, Chris Hill, and Cathy McDaniel, Mis- sisippi State; ,Charles (Bud) Germany and Johnine Bell, USM; John Anderson, Joe Allen Iollins, James Harvey Knighton, Steve Smith, Kenny McKeY and Emily Rollins, Mississippi Col- lege; Jessica Bell, School for the Deaf, Baton Rouge; Carlton Props, St. Paul School for Boys, Covington, La.; Bill Smith, Jr., University Medical Center; Jim Ash, Columbia University, New York; and David VanCleave, De- signers School, New York. Parkmeadow Centreville Mr. 'and Mrs. Hollls Knighton and daughter, Holli, spent the past weekend visiting in the home of the David 'Streets in Yazoo City. Miss Sarah Ash of Memphis was a weekend guest of her _ , ,,  mother, Mrs. Harry C. Ash. 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- To Register You Must Be 18 Or Over! ! ! For All Your Hardware Needs, Including: Blue Grass Tools & Hardware Plumbing Supplies Corning Ware Electrical Supplies Small Appliances Household Items Amerock Cabinet and Furniture Pulls Complete Line SHERWIN WILLIAMS Paints & Products Elwood and Helen Crain Phone 645-5842 89c 69c $1.00 49c than 72 degrees -- once you pass this point, your heating Mr. and. Mrs. David S. Nickel costs and energy consumption spent the weekend with their rise significantly. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dozier, in Tupelo. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Home of Jackson are being welcomed to Centreville where Mr. Horne will practice law with offices at Parkmeadow Shopping Center and Mrs. Horne will teach danc- ing including ballet, ap and j azz. Mrs., tlss Barnett of Natchez spent Tuesday visiting with her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berry- hill, and other Centreville rela- tives. LOFTON TO LAW OFFICERS ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY Zf you're going to be away for the weekend, lower the thermo- stat about five degrees. But if you plan a winter vacation for longer periods of time, lower the thermostat to 55 degrees. Moisture in the mr will keep you more comfortable in ,winter with a lower thermostat setting. I-louse plants give off moisture and help you maintain proper _humidity levels indoors. A humidifier is a wise investment. Thin coatings of dust on Chief W. C. Jones announced this week that George T. Lofton, a member of the Centreville Police Department. is n, ow at- tending an eight-week course at h,e isisslppi Law Officer's Training Academy in Jackson. He will receive instruction, in finger printing, hand to hand 89c $3.69 Save 80c LIPTON'S INS rA,N'F TEA 3 oz. iar 69c Save 10c TEXACO MOTOR OIL quart 29c Save 16c BLACKBURN PURE PEACH PRESERVES 18oz. jar 49c radiators or baseboard units a15 .as iinsulati0n and waste Save 5c heat -- dust or vacuum these surfaces frequently. Try to use major appliances only once a day. It's more com- forta.ble, in summer, to do "hot" jobs, such as ironing, in the morning or evenirg when it's cooler. This 'practice also avoids peak demand hours be- tween 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Frequent opening and closing of doors wastes heat. Never let a faucet drip. One drop a second can waste 700 HOLSUM BREAD 4-39c loaves (With $5 Purchase or more) Save 56c U. S. No. 1 RED POTATOES 10 lb. bag Save 35c $1.00 combat, riot control and acci- gallons of water a year and dent investigation, Chief Jones if it's hot water, you're wasting said. I fuel as well as money. Defrost your refrigerator regularly, and periodically check L E T T E R S the door ,gaskets for wear. Defrost foods before cooking To The Editor I want to .commend the Board of Directors of the Neighbor- hood Facility for the splendid ,way in which they have re- s,ponded to a call when urgently needed. I do not think we could have a more united board than the erie we have, and that is what it is going to take to bring Wilkinson County back to the forefront working ,together. Let's all of us put our differ- ences behind us and work for a better future. Thanks to the board again. James L. Anthony, Chairman Board of Directors Woodville Neighborhood Facility to save fuel, and try to take everything for ,a meal ou,t of the ,refrigerator at once -- the less you open the door, the less energy it uses. If you use aluminum foil in your oven, make sure it is not bocking circulation from vents or you'll lose heat. It's a bad FANCY No. 1 GOLDEN Delicious APPLES 3 Ibs. $1.00 Tender Tasty ROUND STEAK lb. $1.39 idea to place foil directly under a pan; heat is deflected away from the pan. It's a better idea to ,pl, ace a slightly larger pan, or a piece of foil, on the net Boneless Sir Tip ROAST lb. Bone In RUMP ROAST lb. $1.49 Hormel Red Label - lower shelf to .catch spills.  : The worl--'d''longe---'tand larg-[ BA(. ON Ib. $1.19 ; est man-made beach is located I on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The beach stretches 26 miles i from Biloxi to Henderson Point. It averages 200 feet wide. II I l I II I I I I IIII LOANS t'rom $100 to $51000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As Vs to V and Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Depot Street Finance, Inc. Phone 888-2011 Parkmeadow Shopping Center- Centreviiie,