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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodvirle. Mss;ssho; at the DAUPHINE ORLEANS MOTOR HOTEL 415 Dauphine St. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA 70112 J Published every Friday by rheWoodvilleRepublican I Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 ! I John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor ,' Subscription Rates: One year, ' $5.00 in Wilkinson County, i $6.00 outside county. Six months. $3.00 in county; $3.50 I outside Payable in county. ' advance. I Second Class postage paid at Woodville. Miss. 39669 LIBRARY NEWS Centreville News Mrs. Kathryn Chapman spent CENTREVILLE BOOK CLUB the weekend in Jackson with her brother-in-law and sister, MEETS AT ROBINSON HOME Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Calvert. On November 8, the Centre- Mrs. Kay Dozier arrived here over the weekend for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Nickel. Lewis Earl "Be" Hills of Pasa- dena, Texas. is recuperating from a broken right ankle sus- tained while on a hunting trip in the Centreville ,area with his father, Mr. Earl Hills. Followin the accident. Be was hospital- ized for several days, and on 9. a Saturday he was driven back to his home in Pasadena by his brother. Chris Hills. a student at Mississippi State who flew back to school on Monday of this week. Representing the Centreville United Methodist Church at the District United Methodist Wom- en's annual meeting held in On Friday, November most interesting and enjoyable affair took place at the Kevin Pool(.' Van Cleave Memorial Li- ,brary. A bus load of 43 Missis- sippi librarians and trustees ar- rived at the library at 4 p.m. After viewing the different de- partments they were m,ost en- thusiastic in their praise of the beauty and usefulness of the I Brook.haven last Thu:rsday eve- library. A lovely tea table was nlng were the Rev. and Mrs, adorned with white camellias I Stanley Landrum, Mrs. Nannie where the local library commit- Ash, and Mrs. Mildred Me- ,tee served coffee, hot sausage Curley. rolls and cookies. Weekend and Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. J. M. Mc- Craine were Mrs. R. E. Forten- Proceedlngs Of The Woodville Mayor & Board Of Aldermen October 2. 1973 At the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen $11,492.45 be paid. Mealey, salary, $188.35: Dave Motion by Alderman Senko Lewis. Jr.. same $130.16; Eula seconded by Alderman Flac- Mac Liberty, same $13.37: Huey comio and unanim:eusly carried P. Robinson. same. $113.00: Law- that the Clerk be given credit rence Wells. Jr.. wages. $119.05: for the following delinquent ac- Herbert E. Felter. same. $45.51: counts: Lewis Allen $10.80, Ira Walter E Davis. Jr.. salary, $203. Dean Keeton $1.04. Je,rry David- 05: Hubert B Curry. same $47. of the Town of Woodville. Mis- son $4.88. C. E. Emmons $5.88, sissippi, begun and held in said L. C. Brown $1.31 Ronnie Davis ville Book Club met in the home Town at 7 p.m., there were pros- $1.74, Joseph Lee Dixon $1.70: of Mrs. E. B. Robinson with ent Mayor G. J Gonda. Alder- Wiley Collins $2.34. Thomas L. Piazza $21.71. Annie Catherine Mrs Jack Lowry as co-hostess, ment Anthony Flaccomio. H. B. with twenty members and a Curry, Gary D'Aquilla and Ron Thompson $5.87. Jim Teal $31.61, number of guests present. The J Senko. James O. Moore, Supt. Albert Havard $4.30. Willie reception area was lovely with of Utilities, Richard T. Watson. James $20.51 Ctaarles Jackson arrangements of loquat, chrys- Attorney, and Frances Towns- $5.90. Charles Andrews $3.26, anthemums and camellias. In the absence of the presi- dent, Mrs. Kent Van Cleave. the vice-president. Mrs. W. B. Net- terville, called the meeting to Fannie Lee Gavin $5.63. Ike end. Clerk. Evans $26.74. Isiah White $10.67. Moti,on by Alderman Senko, Willie Lee Peters $1.85. Gloria seconded by Alderman D'Aquilla Dean Myers $5.19. Houston Park- and unanimously ca,rried that er $3.82. E, rnest Smith $13.93. the Clerk advertise for bids for Chas. Edw. Buck $11.47, Joe M. order. Roll was called and the the sale of the following: one Stutzman $5.42. Leon Williams minutes were read by the sec- Fairbanks More Diesel 4 cyl. $1.91. Larry Box $1.97. Larry C. rotary, Mrs. Charles Campbell. engine, 240 h.p. with generator: Kendrix $22.49, James Ross $17. As there was no business, the one Fairbanks Morse diesel 2 cyl. 28, Willie Pope $28.27, Alice pogram was turned over o engine, 120 h.p. with generator: I Scott $12 13 Lillie Mac Hawkins Mrs. John Rollins. who had one Farbanks Morse diesel I I ' ' $6.59, Ethel Tolliver $.'6, How- cyl. engine, 60 h.p. with gen- ard Wyatt $15.17, Dec Turner $15.69. Jim Henry $9.55, Janie [Wells, $4.07. Joe Lewis Harrison chosen "The Onassis Family" as a review. Greek traders, shrewd and cunning in ,business, they were a persecuted family forced to make many moves. Aristotle. or Ari as he became known, was born in 1906. His mother died when he was a small boy and he was reared by his grand- mother, who gave him a home with a strict religious back- erator. Motion by Alderman Senko that the expenses of James W. $6.37. Ola Mae Walker $6.72; Forman Chief of Police, be in- Total, $359.54. creased $50.00 per month, sec- The following zs a report of onded by Alderman D'Aquilla Clerk's Special Account: and voted upon as follows: those Br, ought forward, $423.07: Dis- voting "Aye" being Aldermen n bursements: U. S. Postmaster, Senko and D'Aquilla; those rot- postage, $i0.00: Ronald Jarvis, ing "Nay" being Alderman contract work, $10.50: John Dor- Curry, abstain from oting AI- sey, parts for patrol car, $7..04; I w Fridc, v, /tovcmber 16. 1973 50: Ga,ry D'Afluilla. same. $47.50; Anthony Flacomio. same, $23, 54: G. J. Gonda. same. $285.00; Fred C. McCarstle. Sr., same, $40.10,: James O. Moore. same, $472.29: Chas. T. Netterville, same. $80.0O. (Continued next week] FOR SALE 3 choice .Lots -- 100 x 100 in Centreville, Miss. in hrmrt .f town. Phone 645-3251 for Information II I HII r'."l I Planters Hordwore, Inc. DEER SEASON OPENS NOV. 17th See our "RED HOT" Specials on Deer Rifles -- as well as Everything for the Hunter But the Game. Shotguns - Rifles - Gun Cases Buckshot and Slugs in All Gauges BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD IIOLDS SUPPER MEETING The Mississippi Baptist Asso- ciational Brotherhood held their Associational supper meeting at the Centreville Baptist Church on Monday evening ,with Mr. Billy McGregor as leader. The Rev. Mr. Field from the berry, Jr.. of Columbia, Mr. and ground. As a young man Mrs. Toler Nettles and Mrs. Wm. Jerrell and sons. Dexter and Mark, all of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Vernon ]Nettles of Zachary. Miss Sarah Ash of Jackson was a weekend guest in the home of her mother. Mrs. Harry Ash, and family. Visiting re- cently in Mrs. Ash's home were he learned to love the sea and soon became a trader with the ability to use other people's money to promote his own business in- terests. He was an outstanding athlete and loved dancing, eat- ing, and beautiful women. Ari Onassis and another Greek millionaire, Niarkos, married Summit Baptist Church and her son and daughter-in-law. representatives from Southwest Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ash of Junior College were speakers for Tampa, Fla. the occasion. MRS. C. W. WRIGHT HOSTESS FOR UMC Mrs. Charlie Ward Wright was hostess for the November meet- ing of the United Methodist Morning Circle on Tuesday at her residence. After seating the members, the hbstess erved a delicious dessert with coffee. Mrs. Nannie Ash, president, opened the meeting with prayer. and conducted't:lae business sos- sim] at which time the members were invited to attend a ,district meeting in Brookhaven Thurs- day evening. In the absence of the pro- gram chairman, Mrs. Mildred MeCurley, ,an article on rural churches was given by Mrs. Ash. Those attending the meeting sisters and became business rivals. For many years opera singer Maria Callas ,was his Mrs. Joe McCurley and.son, constant companion, living on Jerry Cockerham, spent several his luxury yacht, The Christi- days last week with her brother, aria. After hi marmge to Jae- Mr. James Caston, who is a pa- queline Kennedy he continued tlent in the VA Hospital in this friendship with the famous Houston, Texas. They later vis- performer. ited i with Beaumont relatives. Onassis is today one L0f the dcrman Flaccomio. Motion by Alderman Senko that $175.O0,.expenses be allowed James O. Moore o attend State Firefighters School a,t Oxford. and that James O. Moore and Louis D'Aquilla be allowed ex- penses to attend Firefighters Scho:ol at Liberty, both to be paid from Fire Prevention Fund, seconded by Alde,rrn,an Curry, voted upon and unanimously carried. Motion by Alderman D'Aquilla that the Mayor be given au- thority to execute contract with Singer-Layne Central Co. for annual inspection of two pumps, seconded by Alderman Senko. voted upon and unanimously Mr. and Mrs. ConwaY Hughes, greatest shipping magnates in carried. Mr. and Mrs. Stevle Hughes and the world and is a brilliant ex- Alderman Flaccomio made ,a infant .daughter, Stephanie, and l ecutive. A great tragedy came motion that ,the Clerk be di- h s all of Vldalia n m t rected to advertzse for bids or Dickie Hug e , ' , to him when his only so e * . t,or in he r the pro chase of all eqmpment La., were Sunday visi s t l accidental death last yea . I " necessary to provide town water home of their parents and) During the social ,hour 'e- J " grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. lfreshmen.ts were served from a Iwell No. 3 lwith an auxiliary kadrey Hughes. polished table cente,red with alp wer sup,p y, seconded by A1- ite derman D Aqmlla, voted UlOn ' ' 'r  .... sLlve.r, eperge, containtng wh I . . " ' ' TROY McKEY ana unammously crricd camellias and grapes. Mrs. S.E. Motion ,by Alderman D'Aqullla, MARKS BIRTHDAY Mr. Troy MeKey was. honored on his birthday with a sumptu- ous dinner held Sunday at the family residence. Family members attending in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Tate Mc- Gehee and family of Liberty, included Mrs. Jessie Mitchel- Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Davis of tree, Mrs. Ola Parkhurst, Mrs. Natchez Mrs. Walter Davis and Billy Lord, Mrs. Nannie Ash, Mrs. I son of Dolooso, and Mr. and era Lee Causey, Mrs. Annie Mrs. T, r oy Lee McKey and faro- Sims. and Mrs. Ethel Anderson. ily of Centreville. I SEE -- Gas and Electric Heaters Brass Cuspidors and Planters Bicycles, Wagons, and Veloc!pedes Corning Ware, Pyrex, Small Appliances Blue Grass Tools and Hardware Custom Mixed Sherwin Williams Paints Old Furniture CRAIN'S HARDWARE Centreville, Miss. Phone 645-5842 I ........ [. Virgi nla Lynn's II Parkmeadow Shopping Center Phone 645-3711 Centreville, Miss. I I James Forman, repair uniform shoes, $10.7,4; U. S. Postmaster, postage, $200.00; Cash. registered letters. $2.20; Total. $239.98. Re- imbursement: General Fund, $99.99; Light & Gas Fund. $70. 00; CWW&SS Fund, $69.99; To- al, $239.98. The following is a report of the gas, 'water & sewer collec- tions far the month of October: Brought fcrward $409.76: Res. Gas. $2.505.32: Com. Gas, $1.548. 90; Res. Water. $3,241.67; Com. Water. $77'0.39; Res. Sewer. $210. 13; Com. Sewer, $66.89; Outside water, $44.45: Penalty, $114.01; Cut off & on. $39.90; Deposits, $11020: Sales Tax. $350.04; To- tal, $9.411.46. Collected, $9.027.19: Delin- quent: Lewis Allen $10.80, Ira Dean Keeton $1.04. Jerry David- son $4.88, C. E Emmons $5.88, L. C. Brown $1.31. Ronnie Davis $1.74. Joseph Lee Dixon $1.70, Wiley Collins 2.34. Thomas L. Piazza $21.71, Annie Catherine Thompson $5.87 Jim Teal $31.61, Albert Havard $4.30, Willie James $20.51, Charles Jackson Field and Mrs. R. J. Field, Jr., assisted in serving tasty party food. CENTREVILLE KINSMAN DIES IN McCOMB Mr. and Mrs. George E. Lofton were called to McComb Satur- day by the death of his brother- in-law, Mr. James A. Neal. who died of a hear,t attack in South- west General Hospital at 11 a.m. Funeral services were held on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. from Hart- man Funeral Home with nter- ment in Hollywood Cemetery. A retired ba,rber, he is survived by his ,wife, Mrs. Bess Lofton Neal, McComb. Thomas Graham, Jr., from seconded by Alderman Flac- $5.90, Chal%s Andrews $3.26, comio and unanimously carried, Fannie Lee Gavin $5.63. Ike that the bills in 4)he amount of Evans $26.74, Isiah White $10.67, Willie Lee Peters $1.85, Gloria Stoney Loftin, Bob Bankston, Dean Myers $5.19, Houston Mitch White, Randy Peele, Ray Parker $3.82, Ernest Smith $13. Domineck, and Gavin Robert- 93, Chas. Edw. Buck $11.47, Joe son. M. Stutzman $5.42, Leon Wil- On Monday night of this week Iliams $1.91, Larry Box $1.97, the basketball season began for CA hen we hosted Columbia Academy. Ou,r girls won 55-27, while our boys lost 73-58. Our next game will be on Friday, November 16. when we 'host Silliman. We will travel to Trin- ity in Natchez the following nigh't. Mr. Horne has announced that we will have a shortened sched- ule on Wednesday and that school for the day will close at Larry C. Kendrix $22.49, James Ross $17.28. Willie Pope $28.27, Alice Scott $12.13, Lillie Mae Hawkin .$6.59. Ethel Tolliver $3.76, Howard Wyatt $15.17, Dec Turner $15.69, Jim Henry $9.55, Janie Wells $4.07, Cleveland Lanus $2.36, Joe Lewis H.arri- son $11.13. Jessie Mac Dunbar $1.70, Ola Mae Walker $7.62, Katherine Jones $10.16, Blue Light Care $4.85; Total, $9,411.46. The Clerk is charged with the Ole Miss spent the weekend with 12:00. The teachers are going to his parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Them- Natche for an afternoon dis- as Grahrsm. trict meeting of the Mississippi Scott Ash, LSU student, spent Private School Education Asso- last weekend visiti.ng in the ciation at ,Council 1;1, Thomas home of his grandmother, Mrs. Jefferson. Nannie C. Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Taylor and son, David Lee, of Baton Rouge spent Friday visiting in the home of Mrs. Taylor's parents, lr. and Mrs. Lee McKey. Other family members spending Sun- day with the McKey included ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee McKey of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Crow of Baton ,Rouge. Centreville Academy NEWS At assembly last Wednesday mornirg the Second Grade gave an interesting prog.ram in which the entire class and a few kindergarten students partici- pated. They recited meaningful Bible verses ,and sang several sacred songs. Last Friday nominations were made for Who's Who at Centre- vtlle Academy. The final votirg will bake place on Tuesday, Win- ners will ,be announced next Tuesday night ,at the annual Who's Who and. Beauty Pageant be held in the gymnatorium at 7:00 o'clock in the evening. Friday night he CA Tigers traveled to Columbia Academy for our last football game of the seaon. We ron 25-0. As sual many loyal fans were on hand to cheer for and support the Tigers. It was the lst high school game for the following Seniors: Mike Rish, David Me- /Key, .R.L. Frair, ,Billy leed, following: Res. Gas, $3,109.31; Com. Gas, $1,795.79; Res. Water, $3,105.15; Com. VCater, $713.72; Res. Sewer, $189.05; Com Sewer. $72.42. Light & Gas Fund: Sidney B. 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