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November 23, 1973

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Pae 2 The Woodvflle Republican, Woodvflle, Msissool Published every Friday by TheWoodvilleRepublican Box 696. Woodvi]le, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.00 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 Woodville Miss. 39669 Centreville News Family members visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McElwee last weekend and Sun- day included Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Williams and Mrs. Alice Fleming of Enterprise Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dunaway of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Benrd Duns-way of Lib- erty, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Duns- way and son. Joe. of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Court- ney and children. Chris and Jody, of Zacbary, La., and Mr. Centreville Academy NEWS We are all proud of David McKey and Mike Rish. vho were selected to play on the Missis- sippi Private School A'ssociation all-star football team (south). They will participate in an all- star game to be played in Jack- son at Memorial Stadium on December 1. Friday, November 23, 1973 Alderman Owens moved. Al- derman Rollin,s, seconded that David Owens be appointed Town Clerk. Motion ca,rried unani- mously. Alderman Nettles moved, Al- derman Rollins seconded that Jimmy Spillman be given a $50.00 raise due to added respon- sibilities. Motion carried unani- mously. There being no further busi- ness to come bef.ore this meet- ing. upon motion duly made and seconded, the meeting was recessed until Tuesday, October 9. 1973 at 7 p.m. Don Vine, Mayor David Owens. Clerk Holiday Weekend Savings! Winner of Jiffy Bank Pot Spending last Sunday visiting In the home of her mother. M, rs Edna Dalton. and with other Centreville relatives were lr. and Mrs. Bobby Collins and chil- dren. Kent. Mark and Carolyn, of Natchez. Misses Suzanne McDaniel and Debbie McDaniel of Jackson and Miss Kathy McDaniel. a s.tudent at Mississippz State. Starkville. and Mrs. Sam Clark of Baton Last week we woted for Who's Uh,, .... October 9. 1973 Rouge. Who at Centreville Academy,   r'' ;1[1 Be it remembered that there Mrs. Herche] Miller and ram- and the results will be an- CHRISMAS IN THE COUNTRY will be demonstrated by the many was begun and held in the Town ily of Clinton were Sunday vis- nounced at our annual Who's lovely decorations being made .by Mrs. W. R. Ulmer and her Hall in the Town of Centreville. itors in the home of her father, Who and Beauty Pageant. The Mr. M. E. Crawford. date of the pageant has been committee (shown above) for the PIC Bazaar to be held on Friday, MississippL9. 1973 at 7np.m.TUesdaY'a calledOCtbermeet- Mrs. Donnie Nutt ,and Mrs. changed from November 19 to December 7th. You will find stockings, calico flowers, tree skirts, ing of the Mayor and Board of November 26. It will be at 7:30 card holders, ornaments, candles, candle rings and wreaths. Aldermen of the Town of Con- J. M. McCraine visited friends' in the gymn.atorium. The Who's treville. and relatives in Jackson Thurs- Who pictures for the yearbook In addition, Mrs. V. S. Mulkey Present and presiding, Mayor day. will not be made until Decem- will have some of her Milk Pod 1973, $409.90. Don Vine" Aldermen Frank Mrs. J. J. Warren expects as ber 5. decorations, uniq u e mobiles, The collector paid water-sewer Stutzman. John Rollins. Johnny her Thanksgiving holiday guests The nominees for the Beauty Santa Claus heads, angels Revenue Fund in Sept.: water, Templeton, W a 1 t e r Nettles. her son-in-law a,nd daughter, Pageant were named last week. ecology jars, and gold draped $2,732.85; sewer, $1.101.50: 10%, Jame Owens; David Owens. were weekend house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett Hudnall, They are: Jeannie Whittingt,on figures. $41.19; Total, $3.875.54. Water- Town Clerk; James E. Wilker- their parem, s, Mr. and Mrs. Jack and children, Joe, Bill Warren, and Jonnie Lynn James, Fresh- Mrs. Joe Brian is working on sewer Opr. & Maint. Yd.: tax, Ison, Jr.. Town Attorney. Absent: McDaniel. Katherine and Tom, of Ruston, men; Tanya Priest and Ida White Elephafts and promises $165.84. Gas Revenue Fund: None. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Park- La. Cockerham, Sophomores; Mar-- to have a nice assor.tment of Gas, $3.519.19; 10%. $29.87; tax, In The Matter Of Real And hurst are expecting as their Miss Ch, ristine Tumey of Lib- tarot Shore and Mitzi McCoy. trash and treasures. $114.95; Total. $3,664.01. Personal Assessment Rolls Of Thank,sgiving holiday guests the erty was among those .attending Junlors: and Pamela Whltting- Tickets may be pro:chased on I am charging the Collector Town Of Centreville, Mississippi I following relatives. Mr. and amirs, the birthday celebratima honor- ton, Carla Weemes. Susan Scott a lovely handmade quilt now on with September water bills. October 1973 I George L. Neill and children, ing Mr. Tr, oy McKey at his rest- I and Emily Rollins, -Seniors. display at Farmers ' Exchange $2.532.85; sewer bills. $1.'059.33; This day came on to be con- George, Kathy, Richard and donee last Sunday. Our Parent-Teacher Club held Bank. This is to be given as a gas bills, $4.221.28; tax. $316.49; sidereal by the Board of Alder-I Michael, cf Louisville. Ky., and ! Total. $8,129.95. men of Town of Centreville, I Mrs. Robert D'Crosta and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ros.s, Jr.:, its regular meeting on Thu:rs- door prize. dren. Julie. Robert. David and rtmeived word the fi,rst of the day night with an unusually Alderman Rollins moved. A1- Mississippi, the matter of equal- I v/eeL that his father, Mr. Carl large attendance because word derman'Stutzman seconded, that izing the assessment of real and Delta Solid Traci, of Houston. Texas. Ross of Camden. Ark., was seri-had gotten around that there Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etheridge $4.000.00 be transferred from the personal property for the year 0LE0 Mr. and Mrs. O. E. coney of ously injured by a fall from a was going to be a special pro- and children. Kathy, Chuck and Light Fund to the General Fund 1973. and the Board affirms- Magnolia and their two grand- tree while on a deer hunt last gram. The Seni,or Class, which Randa, spent unday in Tyler- and that $ be transferred tively finds and adjudicates that children. John and Cou, rtney weekend, has achieved a certain degree town with his mother Mrs. from the Gas Revenue Fund to David Owens Jr. the Tax As- Morris. cf Memphis. visited in the General Fund. Motion .car- sessor cf the Town of Centre- the home of their mother and Mrs. Lucille Frame of Jackson of fame as a ingmg group after W. D. Ethridge. great-grandmother. Mrs. Pearl spent several days the past week various appearances at local Emmettc Wayne Knighton a ried unantmously, ville. Mississippi, has completed Anderson Friday. visiting in the home of ,her churches and other gatherings, student at Southwest Junior Alderman Stutzman moved, and filed the 1973 real and per- MrS. Charles McElwee is visit- mother. 1Vrs. L. M. Parnell, provided a program of popular College, spent the weekend with Alderman Templeton seconded sonal assessment rolls of Town coming .down especially for Mrs. religious songs. Their capable his parent, Mr. and?Mrs. H, ollis that the Budget for the year of Centreville. Mississippi; and ing in the home of her ister, Pa, rnell's 83rd birthday on Fri- rendition of the songs was m- Knighton,,and family, and had 1974 be approved. Motion carried m accordance with the provi- Quart Bottle as his guests Ronnie Lofton and unanimously, siGns of Section 3742-03 Missis- spirational ,as well as enter- COKE Mrs. Myron Turfitt, and family day. raining. Murel Newman, fellow students A discussmn was held regard- sippi Code of 1942 has delivered in New Orleans. Weekend guests in the home On Friday night we hosted at South,west. ing the sale ,of water to South the said rolls in legal form to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson J. Coke of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McElwee three Silltman basketball teams. Visiting thei.r sister and aunt, Centreville Water Association. the clerk of Town of Centreville, returned home last Wednesday ,were Mr. and Mrs. Smylie Me- Our boys' B team and our girls' Mrs. Mildred McDaniel of Round The board agreed to sell water Mississippi, on or before the from a two weeks' stay in Hous- Elwee of DeRidder. La., and Pu ton, Texas. where Mr. Coke was Mrs. Mattie McElwee of Alex- va.rsity team won their games, Pond. Ark., who is.convalescing at a cost of 45c per 1000 gallons, first Tuesday of October 1973; hospitalized at St. Joseph's. andria. La. while ,our boys' varsity team from surgery in the home of Board discussed Town insur- and that said assessor has made re Their he.st of friends send out Mr. Lynn Caulfield and his lost its game. her brother and sister-in-law, ance premiums exceeding $500:00 and appended to said real and best wishes for his early re- daughter and son, Becky and On Saturday night fou,r of Mr. and Mrs. Buck McNeil, of and concluded it was legal to personal rolls the affidavit in our basketball teams traveled to Enid. we,re Mr. and Mrs. Lewis buy in that excess on advice the form as provided by law. covery. Ronnie, and a friend J, oe Ogg, Mrs. Willie B. Peterson of all of Jackson. were weekend Trinity in Natchez. Again .the Campbell and ,daughter, Miss from town attorney. It Is, Therefore, Ordered And Clinton. La.. visited in the home guests in the home of his sister boys' B and the girls' varsity Virginia Campbell, Mrs. M. W. Alderman Templeton moved Adjudged. That this Board of teams won their games. ,oth Hollis. and Miss Mary Beth Albert Palmer be given a $50.00 Aldermen will immediately at ,of her cousin. Mrs. Claude Park- Mrs. Nannie Ash. ,having come the boys' jun.ior-varsitg and Nettles, all of Centreville. per month raise. Motion not its October 1973 meeting pro- hurst, and Mr. Parkhurst Fri- down for the Mississippi State - varsity teams lost theirs. Thanksgiving holiday guests carried due to a lack of second, ceed to equalize such olls, and day. LSU football gaLme. It's .hard to tell whethe th in the ,home. of Mrs. Edgar Bids opened by the Town will cause to be .assessed an:  J    ' students or the teachers a,re Wright include Mrs. Bill Leone Clerk. David Owens. for sale of person, or thing, found to be looking forward to Thanksgiving and children of Zwglte. La., Mr, 1960 Ford dump truck. Bids omitted: and correctly value holidays more eagerly. Anyway, and iVrs. Charles Wright and were as follows: Jack Rogers, any property found to be an- we're all thankful for t.hem! children of J,sclson, and Mr. $225.{]0, Venton McNabb, $175.{]0. de.rvalued; and do all things and Mrs. Edgar Wright, Jr. and Board agreed to sell truck to required by Section 3742-12. Code family and Mr. and Mrs. Ru- highest bidder, Jack Rogers for 1942 and other laws: and cause Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brumfield dolph Wall and family of Baton $225.00. (Continued on Page 71 .returned home Friday from a Rouge. -- week's stay on the Gulf Coast. Mr. and Mrs. J. Iverson McKey ............................. FLOUR plannedMiss MarYto spendMargaretThanksgivingAllen willholidayhaVeguestsaS theirtheirThanksgivingson_in_law P P4pL':r ............................................................ '  '  CONE IN AND SEE , brother and sister-in-law. Mr. Donnie Wenzel, ,of Foley, Ala., and Mrs. Paul Allen. and ram- and Bubba McKey, student at ,L :*" ' '' ily in Baton Rouge. Mississippi Stat University. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Field, Jr., our, in00,o, 00mo00r00rR had as their weekend house Proceedings Of The "00onnday""- guests Dr and Mrs Davis Field lleld of St. Fr, ancisville, and Board Of Aldermen Mrs. Mike Carr of Brookhaven. Mrs: Katy Wilon arrived October 2, 1973 .::;=: home Wednesday accompanied Be it remembered that there In Pastels. by her daughter, Miss Peggy was begun and .held in the Wilson of Galveston. Texas, Council Room in the Town Hall For all Holidays through Spring! having completed ,a tour of the in the Town of Centreville, Mis- .io Grande Valley and other sissippi, on Tuesday,, October 2, scenic places out West. 1973, .at 7:30 p.m., a regular 3,9C Expected for a Thanksgiving meeting of the Mayor and Board \\;/- ,, "''Lynn's i/ 1 ,l,r 'holiday visit in the home of of Aldermen of the Town of their mother, Mrs. J. M. Me- Centreville. Craine, were Mr. and Mrs. M. R, Bama Quart Present .a.nd, pres0ng Mayor Parkmeadow Centreville McCraine and sons Jimmy and Don Vine:; '*, llern Frank Jack, of St. Louis. Mo., Mr. and Stutzman','/'.'oh'nry Templeton, _, Mns. R. M. Anders and family John Roltln',S," Wal: Nettles, ,  of Zachary, ,and Mr. and Mrs. James Owens:; avfd';wens, Jr., R. E. Fertenberry, Jr., and son, Clerk J.ame E. Wilerson, J,r., Rodneyi of Columbia. Attorney. .tbje'nf'! Nd'.e'., Centreville friends send :best The meeting .was called to or-  wishes for an early recovery to tier and ,t'here ca,me .on t,o be ..... z Mr. John Vaughan, ,who suf- heard ad considered the fol- W have all ,: Here's a chance to pick fered a heart attack late Sun- lowing matters f business: In- the new colors Argo 303 can ' day. Family members visiting vocation: Reading of minutes of him Sunday and Monday in-previous meeting A. Approval of Sweet big savings just- up on eluded Mr. and M.rs. Robert minutes: Financial report A. Ap- CRAIN'S HARDWARE ..... Green and children, Joe ,and proval of Claims Docket; Reso-  arrived new sport coats Edna, of Vidalia, La., Cecil lutions, Petitions, ..and ,Mem,ori- __kPhne 65-5 en|re.vJe, Js$, 23C  Vaughan ,of Norwood, and als; Departmental reports; Oth- .. ............. ............................................ Jimmy Vaughan of Zachary. er business; Adjournment.  in double knit and tex- Friends of Mr. and rs. Harry The minutes of the last meet- . Lord regret that Mr. Lord is hos- ing were read. Alderman Stutz- " Cured polyester fabrics, talized in the Field Memorial man moved, Alderman Rollins SEE -- and best wishes go out .for his econded that he minutes be Family me mbecs approved as redid. Motion car- Gas and Electric Heaters early recovery. !  Solid color blazer styles arriving for a Thanksgiving ried unanimousy. Brass Cuspidors and Planters holiday visit wit'h Mr. and Mrs. Balances In Town Funds, Oc- ' Bicycles, Wagons, and Velocipedes and a choice of neat and Lod include Mr. and Mrs. Otis tober I, 173: General Fund. $28. Dillon .and family of Tulsa. 92; Police Fund," $770.00; Tax r 'r.  Okla., Mr, and lWrs. Billy Hugh Account, $1,4{]8.41; Street Im- Coming Ware, Pyrex, Small Appliances " bold patterns. Reed and family of Woodie, Ga., provement; $48,928.20; Fire Pre- " Mr. and Mrs. J.im*my Rogers of vention, $8,941.78; Revenue Blue Grass Tools and Hardware  i' Savannah Beach, Ga., Mr. and Sharing, $15,090.22: Light Fund. i 'fi" Jess Wade of Daytona $11,402.68; Gas Revenue, $14.722. Custom Mixed Sherwin Williams Paints Beach, Fla., and Captain ,and. 60; Water Sewer, $9,864.64; Wa- Mrs. Nathan K. Reed and chil- ter Sewer Operation, $518.84. Old Furniture Sq ire Shop dren of Fort Campbell, Ky. Alderman R..ollins moved. AI- r( ' They will be joined in the Lord derman S)Utman seconded that home on Thanksgiving Day by Claims 1400 'ti:lrough 1441 be ap- CRAIN/S HARDWARE Parkmeadow Shopping Center'Centreville th'eir sister. M, rs. John Brandon proved for payment. Motion car- James, Mr. James and family of ried unanimously. Centreville, Miss. Phone 645-5842 Centreville. Fines collected in September, , Matthew Packnett, Jr. Centreville Super Bank and Jiffy Pot worth $165.00 this week. Magnolia Whole HAMS lb. 88c 2 [bs. 59c 23c BUTTER lb, 99c 't '3 , 4, ' Bama | 8oz. 'Apple ," JELLY 29c 5 lb. Gold Crust 65 Gallon Flavorite Low Fat MILK $1.25 J May0nnaise 68c Pe00s Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville