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/ Page 2 Published every Friday by rheWoodvilleRepubliean Box 696, Woodville. Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.{/0 in Wilkinson County, $6.00 outside county. Six months. $3.00 in county; $3.50 outside county. Payable in advance. Second Cla, postage paid at Woodville Miss. 39669 guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Field. and child,ren. RBIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Gordon Carr onto,trained the Afternbon Bridge Club at her residence last Thursday afternoon with two tables in sessiol]. Mrs. J. J. Wa,rren was a guest for the occasion. Mrs. William Griffin Jr.. was high scorer for ,tim aftem.oon. Mrs. Cart served a delectable dessert with coffee. Thg Woodville Repub'lican, Woodville, Misssslr)rJi Friday, November 9, 1973 el -- .................. ,,,,A... ........ .LIBRARY NEWS Centreville Academy During half-time, the Tiger last game of the season next n[ 111 -rev'lle IN00'T Darlings were presented in a Friday night when we'll be . November 12 through Novem- NEWS routine entitled "Rain Drops." hosted by Columbia Academy. e ws her 17 il National Chlld,ren's This was the last appearance Coach Myers announces tla Book Week. Any child returning Our Halloween Carnival last the group will make this year ,,,, .... ..,--,--,,,-.--*.---,,,---,---,,---,-,-- ........... --- an overdue beck to the Van Tuesday night was the biggest, and it wa tl]e final talc for basketball practice has started Lt. Col. (Ret.) Frank D. Me- Friends of the Jack Lowrys Cleave Memorial Library will best and most profitable one Pam Whittington and Sue, for both boys and girls. The Elwee of Hohokus. New Jersey, are pleased o learn that Mr. not have to pay a fine. we've ever had. The prizes for White. Seniors, who have per-[f.irst games of the season will was a weekend house guest of Lowry, who has been hospital- best costumes went to Trace formed faitl]fully with the Da,r- be next Monday night, Novem- his mother. Mrs. Charles Me- ized in St. Luke's a.t Houston. Pourciau. who impersonated alings ever since the Academy ber 12, when we host Columbia Elwee, and family. Texas, for the past several BAZAAR PLANS melanchcly monster, and to Jay opened. [Academy's eams. The girls will Miss Ima Butler spent Sun- weeks, is improving satisfacto- Caulfield who looked like he'd Next Thm'sday, November 8.play at 7:00 o'clock and tile boys day visiting in the home of her rily from a cataract operation GOING FORWARD just arrived on a UFO from the WCCA and Clinton Poe at 8:00. outer space. Coaches Hurst and Woes will meet on our field be- We are in tile throes of six- sister. Mrs. J V. Ratcliff. and and will arrive home shortly. The Centreville Academy Ba- Mullins and their wives were cause a neutral field is needed weeks tests again this week. family in Liberty. Mrs. R. J. Knighton returned zaar on Friday, December 7. will the udges. The mot popular for their playoff. They seem to come ar.ound Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oehmig of home last weekend from a three feature lovely holiday foods, concession seemed .m be the We're looking forward to our awful fast. Chattanooge, Tenn., are house weeks' visit witt her daughte,r, Mrs. R. J. Field, Jr., and Mrs. sponge throw where for 25c yau II --i Mrs. M. E. Cole of Coles was a recent house gue.% of Mrs. Mild,red McCurley. During her weekend say, they visited ante- bellum homes in Clinton and Jackson. La. Mrs. Ginger Priest is ,attend- ing classes in inhalation therapy at Jefferson Davis Memorial Hospit,al in Natchez. On com- pletion of her cou,rse, she will be employed at Field Memorial Community Hospital. I I I I SEE GAS and ELECTRIC HEATERS BICYCLES CONCRETE STEPS Bluegrass Tools & Hardware Sherwin Williams Paints OLD FURNITURE At CRAIN'S HARDWARE Centreville, Miss. Phone 645-5842 P Shop Early For Christmas! Choose from our complete gift selections of- Cologne ..... Perfume Powder EARLY SHOPPER'S SPECIAL CHANEL No. 5 PERFUME Reg. $30 Ounce- Now Only $25 Virginia Lynn's Pa rkmeadow Centreville I I I I Mrs. Hugh Sharpe, Mr. Sharpe, and children. Terri and R0bby, in Huntsville, Ala, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ous- land. the former Miss Nan Archer, of Cold Springs, Texas, were recent guests in the homes of her sisters. Mrs. J. B. Robin- son. and Mrs. era M. Marsalis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Marsalis. O,ther recent guests in the Mar- salis home included M,r. and Mrs. Norwood McCoy of New Orleans .and Mr. Lawton Rob- bins of Clinton, La. Mrs. R. J. Knighton and Mrs. Annie Sims visited Mrs. Knight- on's sister Mrs. Boss Talbert. in Felixville Tuesday. Mrs. Talbert. who will be 99 years of age in Decembe,r. is recovering from a broken bone in her leg. Mrs. J. M. McCraine spent Wednesday and Thursday morn- ing of this week in Zachary, La.. with her ,daughter, Mrs. R. M. Anders, and family. Relatives expected fc,r ,a visit in the Mc- Craine home this weekend in- clude the R. E. Fortenberrys of Columbia and Mrs. Anders and children. C. L. Lipscomb are in charge of could throw three wet sponges the cakes and pies. In the cake at Juni, crs who had courage- department you will find an ously volunteered to put their array featuring chocolate, fresh heads through ta.rget holes tO coconut, spice, and good old help the yearbook staff raise fashioned pound cake. The pies funds for Tiger '74. We think will include chocolate, lemon, everybody who came had a good c, tconut, fruit, pecan, sweet po- time even the wet Juniors! taro, and many more. The Junior Class had an in- Cookies ,and candy come under teresting assembly program on the able direction of Mrs. Bubba Wednesday morning. After a de- McNabb and Mrs. Mike Stewart. vottenal by Hiram O'Dell James They ,will provide gingerbread Jelks led the student body in men, popcorn balls, chocolate pledging allegiance to the Amer- fudge, divinity, date blls, date ican Flag anti ,then presented loaf. fondant,s, and caramel the entire class in ,a medley of fudge, and in thi cookie line I patriotic songs with Gary Graves at the piano. The program ended will be fruitcake, chooblate chip, with a humorous skit. pecan fingers, peantlt butter. brownies. nd many, many more. On Thursday mourning School Days make-up pictures were Mrs. Kent VanCIeave and Mrs. taken, Later in the day the W. K. Griffin. J,r:. areclining up football teams, cheerleaders and casseroles.:,and, pary 'foods for your freei'r' so thor, you may enjoy carefree ,holidays. To lighten your kitchen duties you will want to ,provide yourself with lasagna, ground meat and vegetable casseroles, spaghetti sauce, salads, sausage balls, and a variety of party f.eods. The Rev. Vernon McGehee of All you good cooks contact Panama City, Fla., is expected one of lhe above chairmen to to arrive this weekend to visit, make your contribution. fcr several days with his father, Mr. Robert M. MeGehee. and Mrs. McGehee. Miss. Betty Finnle( of San Diego, Calif., was a house guest of Miss J, anis Templeton last week in the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Irs. Price Tem- pleton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Riddle and four children of Zachary, La.. were Sunday visitors in the home of her father. Mr."J'oh.n Vaughan. and amily. Mr. and Mrs.. George Lefton and family spent ,t'he'l:rast ,week- end at their home in Woodvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wall and family spent Sunday with her mothe,r. Mrs. E. W. Wright, and al,so visited his parentS. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wall. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson regret that he has been hospibalized ,for the past week at St. Dominic's Hospital in Jackson. Best wishes go out for his early recovery. Visiting their mother, 'Mrs Pearl Anderson, over the week- end and on Monday were Mrs. Ralph Gllber, t of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Coney of Magnolia. Mr. and rs, Charles Benard and sons, Laron and Ladean, were mong those from Centre- ville attending the State Fair in p Baton Rouge last Friday. all organiaations also had their pictures taken. On Thursday night our Poe Wee and Peanut teams traveled to Liberty to play the Amite School Center's corresponding teams. Both of our teams lost. The Tigers met the WCCA Ramblers in Woodville on Fri- day night, and were defeated 22-13 as scores of our loyal lans cheered from the sidelines. --Use Our Christmas Lay Away Plan-- Complete line JOCKEY SWEATERS -- all in newest styles and colors. Squire Shop Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville I I I EVERYTHING HAS TO START SOMEWHER'E I I I I ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 3 Days Only I I Friday, Saturday, Sunday - Nov. 8, 9, 10 If it's a savings account, it should start at Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan. Your money will grow faster at Guaranty Federal because it earns the highest interest possible, You can determine how fast your money grows by choosing one of Guaranty Federars sx savings plans. All interest ts compounded daily and paid every three months. ':'And, by allowing earnings to accumulate, your money grows at an even faster rate. So, start growing some money today . at Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan. Prices Slashed on 6 MOBILE HOMES Jim Reeves Mobile Homes, lnc, Doris & Jack McDaniel Centreville, Miss. JACKSON WEDNESDAY 9:15a.m.-2:45p.m. ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE ST.' FRANCISVILLE TH URSDAY 9:15a.m. - 2:45 p.m. 117 N. CONWAY J '1