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!': Page 2 | Published every Friday by rheWoodvilleRepublican Box 696. Woodvi!le. Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis. Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.(10 iu Wilkinson County, $6.00 outside county. Six months $3.00 ]n county; $3.50 outside county. Payable in advance. Second Clas postage paid at Woodville. Miss. 39669 ACADEMY BAZAAR INTEREST SWELLING When you Visit the Country Store at the Centreville Acad- emy Bazaar on V, riday, Decem- ber 7. you will find many unique items among which will be jellies, ,pickles, peanut brittle, shorten- ing bread, smoked hams and turkeys, and sassara roots to make tea f2r spring tonic, and in the farm market section. pecans and potatoes, along with many other goods and produce, Mrs. Allen Rollins will be in charge of the store and will have added surprises that you will be ilappy to find. For the kiddies. Mrs. Jim Poole is working on an inter- esting Fish Pond. Save y,our coins for a bag full of secret sucprises. Mrs. Kathryn. Chapman re- turned home last weekend fol- lowing an extended visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Page Best, and children. Katy and Chapman, in Richmond, Virginia. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Brad- ley Tarver regret that she is ill and hospitalized in the Field Memorial. Best wishes go out for her early recovery. Visiting in the home of Mcs. Edgar Wright Sunday were her cousins, Mrs. Lee Westbrook and Mrs. Pullam. of Baton Rouge. Even if you have only a few years un- til retirement, a Farm Bureau life insurance program can still help pro- vide extra income for those retire- ment years. Start preparing for your financial needs before it's too late. Call your local Farm Bureau insur- ance agent today about preparing for tomorrow. Richard Flaccomio 88g-3661 or 4612 nex 444 Woodville, Miss. L I III Centreville News Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caulfield of Greenville spent the weekend in Centreville visiting in the homes of his sisters, Mrs. Nannie Ash and Mrs. C.'M Parkhurst, and with other Centreyille rela- t ires. Miss Sally Dell Mize and her brother. Robert Mize, both LSU students, visited Sunday in the home of their uncle .and aunt. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Mitcheltree. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tale ar- rived home Sunday from a va- cation outing at Eureka Springs, Ark., returning by way of Little Rock where they visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johns and Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Thompson. Mrs. Prentiss Barnette and Mrs. Lamarr Rogers of Natchez visited in the home of the for- mer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berryhill, Saturday. Mr. rand Mrs. Glen Anderson spent Satu,rday at Mississippi College, Clinton, visiting their son. John, who is .a student there. Miss Margaret Welch of Zach- ary spen Wednesday visiting in the home of her slter, Mrs. Audrey Hughes, and family. Mrs. W. H. Rish, Miss Janie Rish and Miss Linda Hughes spent the weekend in Columbus with relatives having accompa- nied Nrs. Rish's father. Mr. Rufus Davis, home after a twiG- week visit in their home in Centreville. Mrs. C. W. Wright will host the United Methodist Women's Morning Circle ,at her residence on Tuesday, November 6, begin- ning at 9:30. Mrs. Mildred Mc- Curley is program chairman for the meeting. Mrs. Nannie Ash, president, urges a full member- ship attendan.ce. Relatives visiting recently i.n the home of Mrs. M. L. Robin- son were Mr. and Mrs. Windso Thomas of Alexandria, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Ge,orge Johnson of St. Louis. Mo., who were her house guests for the Sesquicen- tennial celebration on October 21 of the founding of St. Paul's EpiscOrp,al Chuxch in Woodvllle. Miss Irma Butler spen last Sunday in Clinton, La., visiting in the home of her brother. Me. Bcllard Butler, and family and with other Clinton relatives. Miss Mary B. Bowles of Norco, La., visited in the homes ,of Centreville friends for several days this week. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. B. Nettervllle were among those from Centre- ville attending the Ole Ml,ss- Vanderbilt football game in Ox- ford las,t Saturday. Mxs. J. B: Robinson has re- turned home f4ollowing a visit with Batesvflle and Mentone, Ala., relatives. Centreville Academy NEWS Last Tuesday night our Jun- ior Varsity team traveled to Liberty to ,play ,the Amite School Center Rebels ,and was defeated 14-6. Quite a crowd of fans was there to upport the JV's. On Wednesday morning the Sixth rade had charge .of as- sembly. After a brief opening exercise conducted by Mark Propst, Ben Caulfield aTtd Chuck Nettervllle and in which the en- tire class participated, Reverend Stanley Landurn of the Centre- ville United Methodist Church I q Top Off your Fall Wardrobe 00nth a HAT by Peggy "Just Beautiful Hats" Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Centreville I L I I I III CENTREVILLE BOOK CLUB MEETS IN STREET COMMUNITY The Centceville Book Club me in the beautiful ante-bellum home of Mrs. Robert Briseoe a Street on Thursday afternoon, October 25, with Mrs. Briscoe and Mrs. Charles Lewis as co- hostesses. Twenty members and a number of guests we,re presen for this delightful occasion. Jack-o'-lanterns were on each side of the doorway on the wide front porcla where the guesLs were greeted by the two host- esses and by Miss Pearl Lewis and Mrs. Henry Lewis. The pcesident. Mrs. 'Kent VanCleave, welcomed the group, and roll was called and min- utes read by the secrevary, Mrs. Charles Campbell. Mrs. Tom Graves gave a report from the ,Program committee for the open meeting which the club has each spring, announcing that plans to have the Jackson Symphony Orchestra have been changed and that the Millsaps Trouba- dours are available for this pro- gram. The club woted to imve this group as their guests. Mrs. William Giffin had the program for the afternoon and chose the Gershwin family as her subject, featuring the fa- mous musical team of George and Ira GerJhwin; George being the composer and Zra .writing the lyrics. The seventy-fifth anni- versary of George's birth this year has been marked with con- certs and special programs as well as a commemorative stamp. I The Gershwins' parents came f,rom St. Petersburg. Russia, be- fore the tur of the century and reared their family in New York's East Side. Ira wrote poe- try, prose and lyrics. George, hi,red at fifteen as a pianist in Tin Pan Alley, was aggressive and restless. He was active in many phases of music anti be- came an rtist of nte with "Suwannee" as his first hit. Gershwin music was played dur- ing the program. Some of the best' 0Vd pom;- p0'Sitions 'by "George ' and Ira Geshwin are: "Embraceable You," 'Fascinating Rhythm," "I Got Plenty of Nothing," "Lady Be Good." and "Strike Up the Band," among many others. Their most ambitious work was "Po,rgy and Bess." George's "Rhapsody in Blue" remains an American .classic. At the conclusion of he pro- gram the guests were served from .a beautiful tea table, Miss Pearl Lewis pou,ri.ng coffee and tea .and Mrs. Henry Lewis serv- ing a salad. The table was dec- orated in the Halloween motif. addressed the student body. His subject was "This Is Your Life." On Thursday ,as ,a part of the CA testing program, students in grades 7-1.0 ,took the National Educational Developmen,t Tests. At the same time a number of Junt.ers took .the College Plan- ning Test. Mrs. Edith Ramsey is our counselor and testing advisor. On Thursday night our Poe Woes hosted a neighborhood tem from Zachary and were defe.ted 8-6. It seemed strangely quiet around the Academy last Friday without any football activity, Otr Tigers had a free night. This made u realize how ex- citing the football season has been for us :this year. Next Fri- day, November 2, the Tigers travel to Wilkinson County Christian to meet the Ramblers. Emily Rollins ,and Betsy Field spent High School weekend at Belhaven College. They say .they had a good time and think Belhaven i a fine school. As we go o press, the annual staff is busily preparing for the Halloween Carnival. From the wildly enthusiastic response to the ghosts that visited clas- rooms to advertise the carnival, it seems we'll have a big niche. (Too late for last week) Ort Wednesday morning the Tenth Grade had charge of as- sembly. Robin McQuire gave the devotional ,:and led the student body in pledging allegiance to the American flag. The entire class took part in presenting a skit entitled "Count Pranken- stein and His Munsters." Al- though Ricky Barnes, master of ceremonies, announced that any resemblance between the char- actors in the skit and persons living or dead was purely coin- cidental, everyone thought that th.eve was a remarkable rvsem- !blance. between the Manatees and our CA teachers. On Thursday the Senior Eng- lish class traveled to Baton Rouge by bus to see "Romeo and Juliet." Mrs. Lucille McNabb and Mrs. Rome Germany ac- companied the group. The Sen- iors repor that it was a gceat movie and that they all enjoyed the trip. On Thursday night our Junior Varsity and Poe Wee teams hosted teams from Central at Baker. The JV's won and the Poe Woes lost. Between the two games a pep rally was held to support out Varsity tea.m in the game it was to play the nex night. The Booster Club had a bar- I becue before the game on Fri- day and served about 400 people. Our Varsity team. hosted Bee- son Academy from Hattiesburg that night and won 27-6. After the game, the Seniors sponsored a dance in the gymnato,riumt,r featuring Homestead from Jack- son Chaperones ,were Mr. and Mrs. Tad Priest, Coach and Mrs. Danny Myers, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Frazier. M,r. and Mrs. Mil- ton Boatner and Mrs. Elliot cavin. The Juniors have completed their magazine subscription sales program and report that the project was a financial success. Brochutes describing "Spring in London," CA approved edu- cational trip, have been received .and are being distributed to interested students. Early in November M,r. Peter McLean of Student Services International will be at the Academy to talk to students, parents, and other interested persons about the trip and to answer:ny ques- tions they have. Mr. McLean also plans to show slides of the Tower of London. Windsor Castle and other places that will be visited on the t,rip. The exact date of Mr. McLean's visit will be announced in this column a week in advance. Rosetta News Mrs. G. A. McCoy and chiN]Mike Greer moved the past dren, Jeffrey and Mary Ann, of lWeekend , near Woodville. Jackson, La., and Mr. and Mcs. I Mir. Lloyd Forman, Sr., and Gurvis Ashley visited SundaY IMr. and Mrs. Dennis Vines re- wlith Mcs.. George Greet, who[ turned home Saturday after a is sick in bed at her home. ]visit with his brother in Rapid I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Toler of !City, South Dakota. Baker, La, visited their moth-I Mr and Mrs Thomas Felter era, Mrs. Toler in Gloster and ! and 'children ' ' Lonnie and Mrs. Bernice Joseph here,,, SUn'Mar_ian. visited in the home of day. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Day of Sunday Jackson, La., visited her moth- Mrs. Jerry Rymer, Mrs. Court- er, Mrs. George Greer. WedneS- ney, and her aunt. of Centre- day. ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Rymer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Welsh of Baton Rouge visted her mothe, Mrs. Bob Keller, Saturday and she joined them for a visit to Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston in Hammond, La.. Saturday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Decker ning and Sunday. of Gloster were hosts for a Mrs. Wayne Havard ,and son, double birthday dinner last Wayne, Jr., of Natchez visited Thursday hono,ring her brother her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver- and sister. Mr. Herbert Felter son Murray, Saturday. and Mrs Jennie Arnold. Other Mrs. Bernice Joseph and her family membecs present for the daughter, Mrs. Wesley Bruce, occasion we r e Mrs. Mattie and children of Vidalia, La., Whitehead of Natchez, Mrs. visited her brothers, Mr. Nolan HertPert Feller of W, oodville, Rabb and Mr. Thomas Rabb. in Mrs. Walter Cavin, and Mr. Waterproof, La., Thursday ,and Louis Arnold. Friday. Mr. Aaron Ashley of Gloster Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray route and Mr. Louis Hastings of of Glen, wood, Ark., visited his Zachary, La., were Sunday father. Mr. Luclen Murray, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children ..of St. Francisville vis- ited her mother, Mrs. Louise Day, and Mr. and Mrs. CAnlie Brabham, Jr., Saturday. Mr. James Rymer of Natchez visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymex, for several days last week. Mrs. Lynn McKlemurray of Natchez and Fayette visited Mrs. Mitchell Perry Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and children of Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Ashley and sons of Baton Rouge visited theJ mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd and Charlotte, Mrs. Judy Mc- Graw and Laura, and Mr. Grif- fin Sturdivant visited .their par- ents. r. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry and daughters visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Met- calfe, in Centreville Saturday. Mrs. Boyd Kent of Zachary, LR.. and Mr. John Wesley Mc- Curley of Baker. La., visited their mother, Mrs. Bernice Jo- seph, Satucday. Nr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sterling '.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bruss of and children of Gonzales, La., Centreville ,Isited her mother, lvisited Mr. and Mrs. Mite.hell Mrs. eorg :Grer, Thursd. t Perry Saturday, ,afternoon. . Mr% Louise Longmiire visited l Mr. Darwin Kl,ar of Baton her ,cn-in-law ,and daughter, Rouge visited his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Jones, in,and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr. Gloster Sunday. I We are ,sorry that Mr. and State Bank No. 85-442 Consolidated Report of Condition of Commercial Bank of Woodville in the State of Mississippi and Domes,ie Subsidiaries at the elbse of btsiness on Oct. 17, 1973. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (includirg $8,055.33 unposted debits) .................................................. $1,65[},075.05 U.S. Treasury securities ...................................................... 1,320,781.26 Obligation:s of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations ..................................................................... 250,000.00 Obligations of States and poliHcal subdivisions ............ 2,115,633.25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .......................................................... 300,000.00 Other loans ............................................................................ 4.675,17'3.00 Bank premises, furnitUre a,d fixtu,res, a,d oter asset, representing bank premises ................................ 33,017.59 TOTAL ASSETS ........................................................................ $10,344,680.15 , LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................................... $3,303,366.62 rime and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and curpo,rations .................................................................... 4,526,{)66.73 De,posits of United States Government ............................ 11,396.85 Deposits cf States and polit;ica subdivisions ................ 1,480,242.90 TOTAL DEPOSITS ............................................ $9,321,673.1'0 (a) Tot, a! demand deposits ....................... $4,471,006.37 b) Total time and savings deposits ........ $4,850,666.73, Other habllities ........................................................................ 25.922.53 TOTAL LIABILITIES . .............................................................. $9,347,595.63 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad .debt losses on loans (set up pursuan,t to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ........................ $ 47,790.97 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECUrRITIES ..... $ 47,799.97 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total ................................... . ......................... $ 949,284.55 Common stock - to,tal par value .......................................... $ 210,000.00 (No. shares authorized 4,200) (No. shares outstanding 4,200) Surplus ..............................................................................  ......... 05.000.00 Uhdlvided profits .................................................................. 133,630.50 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .... 654,05 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............................................. $ 949,284.55 TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....................................................... $10,344,680.,15 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ............................ , ............................... $9,418,983.99 Average of total' loans for the 15 calendar days ending wlh call date ....................................................... $4,613,222.52 I, Charles A. Plitt, Jr., Assistant Cashier, .of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to he best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: Charles A. Plltt, Jr. J. M, Sessions, III T, M. Bryan E. M, Kee, Jr. C E. Catchings,,M.D. Richard T. Watson Adolph Treppendahl J. K. Session,s : Directors State of Mississippi, County of Wi11inson, ss: * Sworn t arid subscribed before me this 29 day of October, 1973, and I hersby certify that I am not an officer or director of Lhis bank. I (SEAL) ]dra .T. Tu,ner, Notax PubUc. [ My ommlssln expires Jan, 22, 1976 guests of Mr. Jessie Lee Arnold and his mother, Mrs. Janie Nettles. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin were dinner guests of her broth- er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold. Friday. Sunday guests of Me. and Mrs. Wa,lter Cavin wece Miss Eliz- abeth Cavin and Mrs. Russel Ford of Wcodville, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavln and. Wanda of Ba- ton Rouge, Mrs. Sherry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox and Stephenia, and Mr. Gone pitch- ard. Mrs. Jimmy Openshaw of Houston, Texas. has been visit- ing her mother. Mrs. Emma Bryant, for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge spent the weekend with her siste,r and niece. Mrs. Emma Bryant and Mrs. Cath- erine Openshaw. Mr. William Foreman and his brother from Baton Rouge came by to spend a while in the Louis Arnold home Sunday morning. Mrs. Pharoah Perry and daughters, Phyllis and Lynci,a, of Perrytown visited in the home of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavln, Sund, ay after- noon. aHoliday aExpre$$ ... .; .:::.:i.i/.!;. ' .......... ,.....:!i.i  :. '.' ' " ' ":ii: ' " ,, ..... ...:,.,. .... ..:.:.. , @ . :: .., . : o.* }::-:r ....: ! ,, :.- ::: .... : t  = :',. *, .i!% '  , : .,, -'-. . Police Whistle Heir Line IT'S A BARGAIN. U$ it. @ South Central Bell Mississippi Ioi K.epiru In Touch