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Page 2 Published every Friday by rheWoo dvilhRepublican Box 696, Woodylie, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.(10 in Wilkinson County, $6.00 outside county. Six months, $3.00 in county; $3.50 outside county. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodylie, Miss. 39669 COMMITTEES NAMED FOR DEC. 7 PTC BAZAAR golden wedding anniversary col- : ebration of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oehmig. From there they continued to Chicago, Ill., where Dr. Field attended a meeting of the Southern Suers- col Section. Miss Mary Beth Nettles left Tuesday by plane for Nashville, Tenn., to spend several days as the guest of Mrs. Shirley Webb. Mrs. Nannle C. Ash returned home Sunday from several days' visit with her son and' daugh- ter-In-law, the Rev. ,and' Mrs. The.Woodylie Republican, Woodylie, ..M. ississiDnJ Friday, Oc'ober 19, lq7.3 -------'--=:===:=:===:=:======= ....... Centreville Academy 1 CENTREVILLE ACADEMY 1 LEGAL NOTICES /,,,, I:lm, rr,.l C ill Ne " ...... ' ......... LlelAIC I HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCE I ........ Ivvo / ! t ' ent re v e ws  . .i The following students, made ) buck Rnm_00t There were two game last the Honor Roll at Centrevilie],, - lie And To The " Tuesday night Our Junior Var- A ' ' w k To The ub . _. eademy for the hrst six ee s ] -- Tow f ,lb. ..,....o...,...o..o..............--.,-o--,--,----.--.n, na,Mr.. R...T,F,leld. jr.,BOOK,,CLUB ME, ET, S, WlTll o sity team ,was hosted by rune Secon a Grade A Mack Taxpayers Ot T n u ! Hills and won 28-6 Our Pee'_  '.' :_. .: .. CentreDlie, Mississippi: "7 It :IU . rown; " Gay ularl, Moore , left over the weekend for Chat- Wees played Central m Baker .... ....... i 'You are hereby notified that C | I .... ' " "-e MRS. JOHN ROLLINS _ , . alzeres, donn ,narew orium, z ...... tanocga, 'tenn., to attena m ana lost. me rein ana personal property / Robbie Hodges, Darxin James, [assessment rolls of the above Mrs. Wayne Pourciau and Mrs. John L. Ash, III, and family in Roger West,, overall chairmen of iPascagoula ' the CentreDlie Academy Bazaar, Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Carr of have named committee chair- " ' " "" " ; ,r e of t Jackson were weekend visitors men wno wiu De in cna g '- affrent de' artments as in the home of his parents, Mr, .. ,,  v ' and Mrs. Gordon Corr. IFocWd, Mrs. ,lack Rogers Cakes F'rienredSre  tMhrat ahe d MrShoCs; 1 and Pies, Mrs. R. J. Field, jr.;]Wall g . - Cookies and Candy, Mrs. Bu.bba talized in the Field Memorial, McNabb: Casseroles and Party and we join in wishing him an Mrs. John Rollins was hostess On Wednesday the Third early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. David, Stilley and son, Bill, of Albany, La., spent Sunday visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nettles. and family. Mrs. Ken Ellis of Shaw was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ventress Knighton. Sunday guests in the home ,of for the CentreDlie Book Club on Oetobe 11 at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Rollins seated her guests in the den of her home, which was bright with autumn flowers. The club president, Mrs. Kent VanCleave, welcomed Mrs. R. J. Field, who had been absent because of illness, and Mrs. :Fern Champenois, who is visit- ing ,her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Grade had charge of assembly. Reverend John risk and his Norwood Youth Group gave the devotional and presented a mu- sical program. The fifteen mem- bers of the Youth Group are the following students at our Acad- emy: Jimmy, Sandra .and David Garig, Kim and Dawn Jelks, Myrna, James Earl, Sissy and Ma,rybeth Reynolds, Johnny and Germany. Mrs. Charles Camp- Pam risk, and Keith, Karen and boll, ,secretary, called the roll Shirley Poole. and read the minutes of the Our students had a pep rally previous meeting. Ion Thursday night to support Mrs. M. L. Robinson using the land encourage our team for the "Great Books" theme chose Hmnecoming game on Friday. Greek Drama for her program. The Greeks had a common Friday was indeed a memora- language and religion so their ble day in the history of Cen- drama using symbolism and reville Academy. That day the tales of mythology were easily doors of all classrooms were decorated with displays suggest- understood, she said. These same themes have been used through ins enthusiastic support of our the ages into modern drama; team in the, coming game, The our greatest playwright, Eugene Ninth Grade won the ,prize for O'Neal. used one of the oldest the best door in the high school and best known Greek dramas, and the Second and Fourth "Mourning Becomes Elecra." Mrs. Robinson gave short sketches of the lives of Aeschy- lus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes. During the ,social hour the hostess served dessert and cof- fee. Grades in the elementary school. A reat deal of school spirit was evident as the students in the different grades sough.t to out- do each other in originality and expressions of loyalty to the team. Prior to ,the game the Pom Pom Girls, the Pep Squad, all cheerleaders, and the Poe Wee Foods Mrs. Kcnl VanCleave and Mrs. W. K. Griffin: DoughnutLs, Mrs. Billy White; Needlework. M, rs. J. Carl Poole and Mrs. Willie L. Rustaing; Christmas Decorations. Mrs. Bill Ulmer; Arts and Crafts. Mrs. John Clark. Jr.: White Elephant. Mrs. Joe Brian: Door Prize. Mrs. Mason Vine. Count,ry Store. Mrs. J. A. Rollins: and Fish Mrs. C. J. Richardson of Con- and JV teams presenJed a rou- treville and a granddaug,hter of tine in which they appeared to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green New Orleans motored to Clove- cover the entire field as they of Baton Rouge visited over the land last weekend to attend a spelled out TIGER The maids luncheon on Saturday honoring of the court passed in convert- Pond. Mrs. Jim-Poole. Mrs. J: J. Warren were Mrs. These ladies will be busy from I Ruth Dwight and Mr. A. D. now until December 7. the date Netterville, both relatives from for the PTC Bazaar this year. Baton Rouge. If you can assist them in any bles before the grandstand, join- ing their escorts on the oppo- site side .of the field at the 50-yard line. In turn the couples then crossed the ffeld toward the grandstand, Where each couple was present'el to the audience as Mx. Jerry Cocker- ham. master of ceremonies gave short biographical sketches of the couple.The maids and es- corts were riamed in this column two weeks .ago. Other members their s,cn-in-law and father. Mr. Melvin Hemphill, given by the Delta Stae Athletic Poram naming Mr. Hemphill to the Hall of Fame. Mrs. Richardson Joined another son-in-law ,and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlatter. at the luncheon and returned with them to their home in Knoxville. Tenn., for a visit before returning to Con- treylie. Visiting in the home of Mrs. way, your help will ,be appre- ciated. CENTREVILLE JAYCETTES BEGIN COOK BOOK SALE The CentreDlie Jayeetes an- nounce th!s week the arrival of their cook books. "Our Old Country Kitchen." which are now on sale at Virginia Lynn's, Little Shoppe, Carr Company, Sears, Reed Hardware, and The Snoop Shop. The books are priced at $3.50 each. weekend with hex brother, Mr. Avery Dean Hazel, vood, who was hospitalized in Field Memorial. Visiting in the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Jim McElwee over he past weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dunaway, all of Baton Rouge. Mr. Allen Carlisle of Louisiana State University has been em- ployed by the Centrevlile Bap- tist Church as their Music Di- rector. Rusty Lipseomb, Billy Martin, Brenda McGraw, Troy Morris, Stacey Reid, Mary Beth Whatley. Third Grade: A: Pam risk, Lori Netterville, John Temple- ton; B: LaR on Barnard, ByLron Barnes, Terri Bellue, Scott Con- erly, Rondo :theridge, David Garig, Jean Jelks, Gayle J,ohn- siGn, Phlllip MeKey, Lisa Perry, Shirley Poole, Wil 1 Riddle, Kevin Seal, Lesa Stexling, Carla Vaughn. Fourth Grade: A: Kris Clark, Russell Conerly, Duane Martin, Lisa Templeton, Clifton Van Cleave; B: Julie Bellue, Georgia CaDn, Vickie Hughes, Kenneth Jelks, Anita Wright. Fifth Grade: A: Sarah Mills, Billy Rogers; B: Miki Adams, 'Jeanne Poole, Karl Ash, Nona Hughes, Reva McGuire, Madison Mu!key, David Owens, Connie Walke',r. Sixth Grade: A: Dawn Jelks; B: Kim Jelks, Michelle Phillips, Mark Propst. Seventh Grade: B: Patrick Campbell, Johnny risk, Larry Mills, Mollie Rollins, Angola Wheeler, Laurie Wright. Eighth Grade: A: Lelsa Koch; B: Hobble Briggs, Ted Dalferes, Timmy McKey, Kelly Noland Jimmy Poole, Denise Smiley. Ninth Grade: A: Mrna Reyn- olds; B: Ellen Caulfield, Don Easterling, Kathy Lynn Hughes, Nancy Jackson, Jonnie Lynn James, Rhonda O'Dell, Sissy Reynolds, Rhonda Lynn Tillery. Tenth Grade: B: Linda Hughes, Eileen Phipps, Benny Poole, Teresa Stevens. Eleventh Grade: A: Susan Robertson; B: Anne Campbell, Lois Frazier, Sandra Garig, James Jelks, Christy Jenkins, Battle O'Dell, Cathy Rish, Mar- garet Shexe, Pat Shore, Joanne Stone. Twelf, th Grade: B: Sandra Boatner, Betsy Field, Mary Jean Griffin, Stoney Loftn, Sherry Mann, Emily Rollins, Susan named town, for the yea,r 1973 have been equalized according to law, and that said rolls are ready for inspection and ex- amination, and that any ,objec- tions to said rolls, or any as- sessment therein contained, shall be ,made in writing and filed with the ,clerk of the town of CentreDlie, on or before the 30th day of October, 1973 at] clerk's office in the town hall I of said town, and that all as- I sessments to .which no objection I is then and there made will be finally approved by said board I of aldermen, and that all as' I sessments to whic,h objection is made, and which may ,be cor- rected and properly determined: by this board, will be made final by this board of aldermen, and that said rolls and the assess- ments contained therein will be approved, by this board of alder- men and that, "1. This Board will be in ses- sion, f:or the purpose of (hearing objections to the said assess- ment which .may be filed, at the office of the Town Clerk in the town ,hall of the Town of Centrevllle, said county Wil- kinson, st'ate Mississippi: on the 30th day of October 1973, and "2. This Board of aldermen will remain in session f day to day until all objections, law-1 fully filed, shall have been dis- / I posed of and all proper eor rections made in said rolls "Witness the signature and seal of the said Town of Cen- trevllle this the 9th day of Oc- tober, 1973. The Board :of Aldermen of Town ,of CentreDlie By Don Vine David Owens, Clerk Ordered and adjudged this the 9th day of October, 1973. Don Vine 10/19/lv disoxdens ,and foster a lenient Lean Shoulder ROAST .lb. 95c Fresh Home Made SAUSAGE .lb. $1.09 Yellow Ripe BANANAS .lb. 10c Plant Now--Sturdy Rose Bushes each 59c tit; : 0[ 'e,i :0J C:C'CA COLA ,jt, J Jill ai at 5 ,tz  rn 0 a0 ,10 . ;l ,t fl!| el ,g , ! tt ',N;  I: 1 { | : |I I :I I Full gal. or 4 qt. bottles ' ;S 68c ,10 For acflitlonal information Mr. Rufus A. Davis of Colum- regarding the clook books, please bus is visiting in the &ome bf !5,;,a(;l!: Jyc!t!ts2, t_i,C:_:lOenv!!!e645 l:i:d laugih;:r, Mrs. W. H..?I:  I din Red Eye, i Sizes 5-15, in I r"an00navy | Check our "Lucky Sizes" rack-- | all items on this rack at I HALF PRICE! I l I v]rglma Lynn s. I Parkmedow Centrewlle I I I I hJl Earris Jones, 'Mrs. 'Ray Callen- der, and Mrs.'L; M. Parnell this week ,were Mrs. Lottie Agner, Mrs. Edith Agner and Mrs. Me- Knight, all of Shelby. BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs Marvin Runnels on October 9 in Field Memorial Community Hospital, tfietr second son, Jonathan Lee. Mrs. Runnels is the .former Gloria Floyd of CentreDlie. FHA Loan Approved For Area Water System Congressman Thad Coehran announced Monday that the Farmers Home Administration has approved a loan of $265,000 to the South CentreDlie Water Association in Wilkinson County. The funds will be used to in- stall a eentxal water system to serve 225 homes, and other es- tablishments in an area where many families have been de- pendent on unsatisfactory wells. Coohran was informed that the loan, repayable in 40 years at an interest rate of five per cent, is provided under the Rtral Facilities Program ad- ministered by the Farmers Home Administration, a Depart- ment of Agriculture Rural Credit Service. PORTRAITS FOR ALL AGES 5x7 FREE! Bring In old potos for copy. FOR ALL AGES! eAmES, CHILDREN, ADULTS. GflOUPS PHOTOGRAPHED AT AN ADDITIONAL SMALL CHARGE. LIMITED OFFER] ot Pt suestct 0 e ray, MR. PAUL'S SUPERMARKET Wed., October 24 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. of the qou'rt ere ' C rown Bearer Scott, ` parry 1 v!nes. , ooSOenmateUdoewr  tsuceh r _.--- Henderso n _,,, ,r DaVider RhondaSSrazigeRog]lloand FlowerAfterBear-the, ----- .... na.. ""  | I A fi ' ' i ' ' LOCALI,qM, 'By specious argument, cause' Ul presentatmn of the court, r. Hillery Horne, Administrator of (Con'tinued from Pae 1) th;t::se_?:e:y,f tho;r?tdy m:ell f 5 lb. bag ' CA crowned Carla Weems as ' .^_" ....... their natural leaders by :holding restraint, faith in the pledged  lu' rmmeeommg 2ueen m me . , the latter up to contempt ridl- ward, ruggedness. ",t[. cheers an applause at spec- cule and disgrace. ' "Cause the registration ,o.f all "--"1" . ators. "AlwaYs preach true demoe- firearms on some pretext, with (With Durchase of any 4 As a fitting climax to the racy, but seize Dower ,as fast a view to confiscating them . r , ., ,.  day's festivities,." ", the Tgers' de- and ruthlesly as possible. ' and,leaving the po,pulatmn' help- sizes 00ylvaflla Llgfir teated Adams Christian 12 6 'B encoura in o less ' ' -" Y' , g g g vernment " Bulbs) The Homecoming Dance after extrava once stro ...... g , .de y its credit, --- l me game was sponscee oy me rodu ' ,P ce fear of inflation with Visiting in the home of their | Juniors and was a huge success rism rie n Th RUbs Fraso band of j ' g p e s, a d cause general mother, Mrs. Pearl Anderson, e g y , a I discontent, the past week ,were Mr. and Mrs. | Prestone Jackson was featured The gym Inmt n , , ' J ' e u necessary strikes in O. E. Coney of Magnolia andl .......... -. was beautifully decorated with vital ind I ustries, encourage civil Mrs. Ralph Gilbert of aackson, lAMTI . I;DI;;I;7 fluorescent paintings underl /$""t ll/t ti,a-- black spotlights, Ann Campbell ' '" " " " nl enn aul' aanon Cathy Rish,' and P y c - r, RAUN, UAOnW^OE .. , field did the oalntings  n  u n nu.owwr'u II 1 " 'The Student Council in be- ?IN I ,.- half of the entire student body Centrevflle, Muss. wishes to flank all of our ' (With 15 purchase or teachers, especially Mrs. Priest n , -!- n -- and Mrs. Caulfield, for their DIUe urass IOOJS morej help in making Homecoming a " gala and memorable o.ccast,on. Dl,,,l.d,,,-, They would also like to thank Nnrfh-- Betsy Field, 3an ,Brian, Lydia P n . u ........ rnu . Norwood, and Joy Parker for the i" I ect rl ca i "r I {{ i IiP use of their convertibles. , /l,ll,,,]lU I The yearbook staff was over- ,- P  .. ,l ,- .. a It / joyed that they were able to Dee uur elecrzon.ot u, la furniture 4 roll pacK j get off .their first shipment of  c, cpy (and colored section, at Across from ,. Carter Company '' C that!) on Friday amidst all the Jconfusion. '  Phone 645-5842 I And the very best news of all i is that Shone Pourciau got to take off his brace permanently on Erlday also! The Juniors sold Homecoming chrysanthemum corsages ied in purple and white ribbon car- rying in glitter the names of the boy ,buying the corsage and of his date. All class"sponsars i appeared at the game wearing personalized corsages presented to them ,by their classes. The cOcrhes' wives were wearing .corsages presented to them .by the cheerleaders "for the student body. We are proud of our girls who won Wllk-Amit% Riding Club honors last Saturday. Tanya I Priest was cowned Rodeo Queen 1974, Kathy Lynn Hughes was named frst runnerup and Lisa Koch was named second runner- up. ! Dixie, avid Tiger fan, an- nounces the .arival of six beau- tiful puppiesl early this week  ,.." Mr. and MS, Erl DuBose had as their weekend house guest Mr. A. J, B, 91llttieri of Bbylon, New York. " '' " The Rev. ,and 'Mrs. Donald O'Quin nd c,hfidren of Charles- ton wre l'rl fWn last Erlday vislttrg friend. 25% off Boy's JEANS and CASUAL PANTS Boys' sizes 6 and up Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Cqtr.Cntr, ev, il!e Parkmeadow C,nt,, i ",': ": .... Centreville ,, 1