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:) :; November 2, 1973 ( by Mrs. Marjorie F. White WAYS TO USE LEFTOVERS TI,,', u/nod,,;llo l00onul00l;can. Woodville, Mississippi But no matter what type of. ironing boacrd cover you buy, keep it clean. Some may be wiped clean, others machine laundered, so check the manu- facturer's instructions. It is pointless to iron clean clothes en a dirty surface. I ville synthebic fabrics have been spe- Republican for 3 consecu- cially developed to ,withstand five weeks as of this date. temperatures up to 600 degrees. Mrs. Jean Treppendahl C. E. Cage John Rollins H. N. Jensen John Ashley 10/19/3w EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS Whereas oil the 12th day of October, 1973, Letters Testa- mentary were granted and is- t Perrytown News Mr. and 1VLrs. T. E. Crumholt and son, Tally Boy, of Baton I Rouge spent the weekend here. They were joined for dinner on Sunday by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Thomas and -- Mr and Mrs. St, even Hayes and daughter, Kristi, and by Mr. Crumholt's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnte Crumholt, and sons, Kirk, Gary, and Lonnie Paul, and Mr. and CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE: Heavy duty Trail Bike, like new. Front and 'ear wheel drive. $350. Call 888-6454 or 6745. 10/19/if WANTED TO BUY: Old furni- ture, wash pots, tea kettles, dinner bells, etc. Crain's Hard- ware, Centreville, Miss., ph,one 645-5842. Page ,sued 1o the undersigned Rose Sanders Leak as Execulrix of I tlc Last Will and Testament and Estate =of Thad Leak, de- Mrs. Willie Hazltp. Mrs. Lynn MeKlemurray ' of Fayette spent the day Tuesday 10 '19/tf FOR SALE: Bull dog pups, large BLUE LUSTRE not only rids carpets of soil but leaves pile soft and lofty. Rent electric shampooer $1. Ben Franklin Store. ll/2/lw NEED ' ELECTRICAL W O R K after 4 p.m. weekdays and any time weekends. Call James Goynes, 357-8855, Baton Rouge, La. 11/2 6wp THREE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS, central part of Centre- ville, 300 feet, facing Cherokee WCTS NEWS The Wilkinson County Train- ing School is making prepara- tion for their Homecoming which will be Friday, Novem- ber 9. The Homecoming theme is "The FutuLre Lies With the Young at Heart." The Queens for 1973-74 are: Miss Elementary, Lache Gaines; Miss Juni.or High, Debra Cage; and Miss WCTS, Betty. Ford. The Homecoming Parade will begin at 11 a.m., and the Home- coming game will begin at 1 p.m. type. 3 females, 1 male. $40 Drive ,acre.ss from William Wi- Admission for 'the game ,is: Don't threw away good left- le r food. Use cooking skill and t aglnation to make leftovers asty. Using leftovers is anothe',r Way ,to stretch the food dollar.. 8ara,e leftovers make good merely by reheating. Oth- NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- ville, Mississippi, will receive bids up until 7 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 6th day of Novem- (:eased, by the Chancery Court!with Mrs. Jewel Anders. and $50. Excellent hunting or nans School. 2 corner lots, 1 in- ls.t-3rd Grades, 25e; 4th-6th guests of Wilkinson County. Mississippi, I Recent in the home of catch dogs. Phone 888-4260, Box side lot. Size 100 x 100. All util- I Grades, 50c; 7th-12th rades. in Cause No. 6043; " .Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazlip 321, Woodville. ities in. 175c; and Adults, $1.25. Now, Therefore, notice is were Mr.' .and Mrs. Kenneth 10/19/3w 11/2/3w I There will be a Homecoming hereby given to all persons hay- Leake of Clayton, La., and Mr. REDUCE safe and fast ing claims against the estate Clarence Hazlip of Baton Rouge. I FOR LUZIER Cosmetic Service, with IDancelturing thein thepsychodelicsGymnasiUmof fea-Ba_ GoBese Tablets and E-Vap, of said decedent to have thel Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Etheridge I call 888-4267 or 888-4846 after "water pills." Martens Drug' ton Rouge beginning at 8 p.m. same probated, registered andl and daughter, Carolyn, of Me- 15 p.m. Admission is: Students, $1.25; allowed by the Clerk of saidlComb visited their parents, Mr./9/21/8wp !Store. better prepa,red in a new lber 1973 for the purchase of with seasonings, sauces, loll 'equipment necessary to pro- land Mrs. Elvin Perry, Saturd'ay. toppings, and other vaN- vide town water well No. 3 with Court within 'six (6) m, onths 'Tr, ', uflms an auxiliaxy power supply. Fur- from the date of the first pub- Mrs. Sally Cobb and Scottie FOR SALE: Slightly used Mo- leftover fruit in m " I thor plans and specifications lication of this notice, and that Brasher of Cr, osby visited her bile Home, 12x64, Fleetwood, 8. r Vegetables in omelets. Sub-!may be obtained from the office failure to do so within said sister, Mirs. Lela Hazlip, Thurs- 8-bedroom, 1%-bath. Sm a 11 ltl'tute 2 leftover egg yolks for lo f the Town Clerk. period will forever bar all such day. down payment, take up notes. Whole egg in baked custard./ The Board reserves the right claims. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and Phone Centreville 645-5588. 1,eke soups richer and more de- to reject any and all bids. This the 12h day of October. children, Trey and Missie, of 10/12/3w CIOus by adding leftovers. Frances Townsend, Clerk A. D. 1973. Crosby spent the day Sunday FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame I Try 'one of these suggestions m//A.w Rose Sanders Leak. witl their paents, Mr. and house on corner of Laurel and ' Using leftovers: Executrix of the Last Mrs. Maurlce Murray. Howard Streets. Also one small _, gg yolks in baked custard, NOTICE OF BIDS Will and Testameng and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders 2-bedroon house on Howard aes, cookies scrambled eggs, mh znwn. nnd r4nnrcl of A1- Estate of Thad Leake, visited their son and daughter- Street. in Centreville. Call omemade noodles, dermen of the Town ,of Wood- Deceased. in-law Mr..and Mrs. James Vengress Knighton, 645-5738. gg whites m cakes souffles, ll, ' " ' , ville, Mississippi, will receive Frank W. Walden Anders, and children and Mr. l'O/5/6w ,aleringue. . bids up until 7 o'clock p.m. on i Natchez' Mississippi and 1Vrs. CarrO1 Ray Huff and  -- , nard-cooked egg .,or yolk. n t Tuesday, the 6h day of Novem- I Slicitor sons in Natchez Sunday FOR SALE: 1968 Oldsmobile. air erotes, egg sauce, garmsn'[ber, 1973, for the sale of the 10/19.,3w Mrs. Theola Hazlip and daugh- conditioned. Also 1967 Volks- s, sandwiches, and thou- following surplus items: one "--NO--E-T-0------ ter. Beverly, of Natchez visited wagon, air conditioned. Call ,.,,. Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry 888-2281 or 888-4638. , csland dressing. I Fai,rbanks Morse diesel 4 cyl. Notice is hereby given that Sunday. 10/12/tf 1, Ooked meats, poultry, fish engine 240 h p, with generator; L Casseroles creamed foods .... w'o.h_,' anro diesel 2 the Field Me'mofial Board of Mr. Byron Hazlip and son, FOR SALE: Beautiful ,brick  ............ ............... Truatees of the Field Memorial Kyle. of Natchez visited his home on pecan shaded lot aes hash pattms po,t pros ' n  , ; , ',cyl. engine, 120 h.p., with ge - Community Hospital. Centre- mother. Mrs. Hazle Hazlip, facing quiet street several blocks ;s, and sandwiches. eratcr; and one Fairbanks Morse ville. Mississippi, will receive Thursday. Ooked potatoes in fried or diesel 1 cyl. engine. 60 h.p., with bids in the office of the ad- aaed" potatoes, meat or po- generator, ministrater ,of the hospital un- tto Patties. meat pie toppings, til 12:00 noon, November 19, .eese sauce, salads, soups, The Board reserves the right ,- to relect any .and all bids. , or chowders. I l cked ex canned fruies in Fxances Townsend. Clerk t cups fruit sauces, gelatin 10/12/4w i;e'rts, 'prune cake, quick NOTICE OF ELECTION peacls, salas, sho',rteage, up- Circuit Clerk's Office tue'lown cake. and yeast October 16, 1973 reafls. We. the undersigned Election :' tread in bread pudding; Commissioners of Wilkinson ro la Ut0ns; dry crumbs for bread- County met this date and set ,g Paeat, poultry o:r fish; fon- November 20, 1973. as date lor es, french toast, mea loaf. Special Election for Justice of raon loaf. and stuffings, tile Peace, Fifth Supervisor's LAUNDER IRONING District of Wilkinson County. BOARD COVERS We have complied with the law by posting notices of this Elec- .ott ironing board covers lion at all Polling Precincts of e !Opular and when treated t,he Fifth Supervisor's District, th silicone or Teflon they be- on the Court-house bulletin eSmoother and more scorch- board and by having this notice l 'water-resisitant. Certain to be advertised in the Wood- IIII I LOANS I00mm $100t $5100 0 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As , to Vs and Sometimes Even More. Free COUNSELING SERVICE- Call Or Stop By Our Office 000000oodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Phone 888-2011 C:HECK OUR FORD 3000 TRACTOR The heavyweight of the 3-plow class 11 Nearly 2 tons of built-in brute strength. Easy handling, outstanding comfort. 11 More transmissions and PTO options than any other 3-plow tractor. Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. I 1973. for the following items treville Wednesday. supplies and equipmen for a Guest of Mrs, Nine Sturdi- 12 month period. All bids should vent Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. be sealed and plainly marked Ken Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. "Sealed Bid". Items to be Kenny Cavin and daughter, ll/2/7wp NEW improved "Zippies," the great iron pill now with Vita- min C. Martens D, rug Store. 11/2/2,wp bidded will be as follows: General Administrative sup- lies and equipment Dietary supplies and equip- ment Housekeeping suppllies and equipmeent Laundry services, supplies and equipment Linen service, supplies and equipment Motor service supplies and equipment Nursing service supplies and equipment Medical and surgical supplies and equipment Pharmacy supplies and equip- ment Medical records supplies and equipment Laboratory supplies and equip- ment Operating and delivery room supplies and equipment Anesthesia gases, supplies and equipment Radiology supplies and equip- ment Inhalation supplies and equip- ment Blood bank supplies and equip- ment Oxygen, supplies and equip- ment The Board of Trustees re- serves the right to reject any and ,all bids. 11/2/lw POSTED: All lands owned by Adults, $1.75. Wordy Hicks, Jr., Principal CARD OF THANKS I wish to express ,my sincere thanks and appreciation to all of my friends and relatives who the undersigned are hereby were so kind to me during my posted against all hunting, fish- stay in the hospital and since ing or otherwise trespassing. All I returned ,home. Special thanks previous permissions revoked, to Dr. Field and the nurses at All violators will be prosecuted. Field ttospital and to :the doctors 8/31/tf Mrs. R. M. Redhead and nurses a Catchlngs Clinic. Your kindness will always .be remembered. May God bless you all. -- Darling Dickerson POSTED: The Henry Smith and Henry Smith, Jr., lands in Wilkinson County are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing and against hogs. 9/28/3"mp H.L. Smith, Jr. BOCKING General Merchandise, Located in side alley across Main St.. Centreville from Crown Service Station bus stop. Mabel D. Bocking, Booking General Merchandise, Grocery, Notary, Public, P. O. Box 9456, CenVre- ville, Ms., Phone 1-601-645-5198. This week's specials: Bryan's best slab bacon $1 lb.: 2 lb grits Grocery. Notary Public. Book- from Court House Square. Liv- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip ing room. dining room, spacious keeping, Tax Service, cosmetics, visited Mrs. Lonnia Sullivan in Field Memorial Hospital in Cen- den. thTee bedrooms and two shoes, clothing, feeds, seam- baths. Call 888-4857. stress. We invite your business. Shane. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sttr- divant and children, Annie and Chris. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinton and daughter, Tracy, all of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. John Duggar Hazlip and daughter of Hazle- hu,rst and Mr. and Mrs. Cecili Hawes of California spent the weekend here iin the Hazlips' mobile home. Nursing service supplies and equipment Medical and surgical supplies and equipment Pharmacy supplies and equip- ment Medical records supplies and 1.0/26/2w POSTED: Flatridge Plantation and th,at part of Salisbury Plantation leased by the unde- signed are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. Also against hogs and dogs. 8/31/4mp Gerald E. Johnston POSTED: All la'nds owned by the undersigned .are hereby po'sted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 10/12/6m Sidney E. Chambers POSTED: All lands of Mrs. W. V, Morris's estate are poted against all hunting, fishing and/or otherwise trespassing. Violators will be prosecuted. 10/12/6mp POSTED: All lands of the R. E. Mrs. Sarah Woodside and Mrs. Rebecca Curtain of Woodville returned last F, riday after vaca- ioning two weeks in Washing- ton. D. C., visiting with her' children. Alberta and Alma, of .that city. They took a grand tour of Washington visiting many historical places. equipment Neyland Estate are ,hereby The Board of Trustees reserves posted against ,all hunting, fish- borhood Facility in Woodville; the right to reject any and all lng ox trespassing for any rea- the Welfare Office in Liberty; bids. son Violators will be prosecuted, and the Martin Luther King 11/2/lw In The Chancery court Of Wilkinson County, Mississippi In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur Dock Baker. Deceased ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters of Administration hav- ing been granted on the 30th day of October, 1973, by the Chancery Ccurt of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, to the un- dersigned on the Estate of Arthur Dock Baker, deceased, notice is hereby given to ,all great value. A general knowledge and understanding of social problems, which .are common to trget area groups and individ- uals. is a pre-requisite. Starting salary is $500 per month. Appli- cations may be secured at the 32e; half-gallon syrup $1; Co'm- SMO Office in loster; the munity Coffee and Chicory 9Oc Woodville Neighborhood Facil- lb.: motor oil 25c to 65c; Ma- ity in Woodville; the Liberty hatma Rice 34c lb. Welfare Office in Liberty.; and the Martin Luther Memorlal WANTED: A part-time secre- Center in McComb. All applieR- tarry-bookkeeper. Must be a tions ,must be in by ovember 5, graduate of an accredited high 1973. This Is An Eqttal Oppor- school or vocational trade school, tunity Employer At least one year experience or 11/2 qw formal tra!ning in typing, book- keeping and payroll prepara- tion. Starting salary is $56.50 per week. Applications may be se- cured at the SMO Office in Gloster: t.he Woodrille Neigh- 16/12/6m Memorial Center in McComb. . All applications must be in by POSTED: All lands owned by November 5 1973. This Is An the undersigned are hereby Equal Opportunity Employer. posted 'against all trespassing 11/2 lw and hunting dogs. VJolators will be prosecuted to the fullest ex- tent of the law. Trespassers do sq at their own risk. 9/21/6mp Delos Floyd POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing : otherwise trespassing. All ,stray dogs and hogs will be killed. Herry and Stafford Ford WANTED: A ,Community Or- ganizer Research and Develop- ment Specialist to serve Wilkin- son County. Must have a high school diploma or passed a high school equivalency test. Train- ing in journalism, mathematics or administration would 'be of persons .having claims against 10/19/6mp NOTICE TO BIDDERS i the said estate to present the ---- Notice is hereby given that same to the Clerk of said Court POSTED: AI . lands owned by the Board of Trustees of the for Probate and Registration the Estate of J. M. McCraine Wilk-Amite Haven, Centreville, according to law, within six (6) are hereby posted against all Mississippi, will receive bids, in "months from the date ,of the hunting, fishing or otherwise the office of the Administrator first publication of this noIice, trespassing. of the nursing home until 12:00 or they will be forever barred. 1 9/7/tf noon, November 19 1973. fo,r the This the 30th day of October, lO Rosemon Plantation following items--supplies and 1973. is hereby posted .against all Mrs. Hilma K. ISorne Mrs. Hilma K. Home Administratrix of the Estate of Arthur Dock Baker Solicitor: Gene Horne P. O. Box 9626 Centreville, Mississippi 39631 11/2/3w equipment for a 12 month per- Iod. All bids should be marked "Sealed Bid". Items to be bidded will be as follows. General administrative sup- plies and equipment Dietary supplies and equip- ment Housekeeping supplies and equipment Laundry supplies and equip- ment Linen service, supplies equipment The new BI bombers for the and U.S. Air Force cost about $56 I,million each trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft POSTED: All lands owned by ,the Est. of J. M. Anders and by Mrs. William Pery .are here- by posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 10/12/3mp I POSTED: The Carrol Wood Place which is leased by the undersigned iu h,erebsr strictly posted against all hun'ting, fish- .ing or otherwise trespassing. 10/12/ly iWrs. Annie Cavin POSTED: Lands owned by Vhe undersigned, formerly known as .the Stricker property or Mill- saps tract, are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. Unautho- rized hogs, dogs or cattle will be held for damages, or .de- t, royed. Dr. Kenneth O. Wil- liams, Dr. Gus Neeley, B. R. Williams, Jr., Lamar Barrow, Jim Thompson, Attorney-at- Law. 10/12/tf POSTED: All land owned by the John A. McClain, r., heirs are hereby posted against all .hunting, fishing or oflerwise trespassing. 10/12/3mp I TIMBER SALE James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., forest ma,nagement specialists, solicits bids on 124,200 board feet pine sawtimber and 35,500 board feet hardwood sawtimber, Doyle scale, on 140 acres in Section 15, Township 2 North, Range 2 West, Wilkinson County, Miss. Sealed bids on a lump-sum basis must be received by James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., P. O. Box 902, Jackson, Miss. 39205, not later than 10:00 a.m. on 7 November 1973. Write for prospectus or contact Joe A. Kuse, P. O. Box 423, Brookhaven, Miss., or call 833.8834. James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., Standard Life Building, Jackson, ,Mississippi. Telephone number 601-354-3123. Branch Offices at Hattiesburg/ Laurel, Brookhaven, Meridian, Bogalusa, Alexandria, Ruston, and Jackson, Ala. WHEN YOU GET TOGETHER -- THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY SOMETHING GOOD IS HAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street (loter, Miss. -WANTED- Handle Quality ASH, Cherry Bark OAK, and Tight or Lace Bark HICKORY. Highest Prices Paid Contact 0. AMES COMPANY Phone B88-6431 Waodville, Miss. ! Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville