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Paae 2 The Woodville Reoublican, Woodville. Miss;s;ro; Friday, December 7, 1973 Published every Friday by TheWoo dvilleRepublican Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner &amp; Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.00 in Wilkinson County, $6.00 outside county. Six months, $3.00 in county; $3.50 outside county. Payable in dvance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woodville Republican is authorized to announce the fol- lowing candidates for office in the pecial election to be held on Tuesday, January 15, 1974: FOR SUPERVISOR Second District DANIEL W. WELLS "CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY" THIS FRIDAY AT GREYSTONE FARMS The Centreville A ca d e m y PTC Bazaa, r. under the leader- ship of Mrs. Wayne lourciau and Mrs. Roger West..has a day of fun planned for Friday, De- cember 7, at Greystone Farms. "Christmas in the Country" is the theme for the annual ba- zaar. Plan to spend the day a% the bazaar. It will start ,at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Lunch will be served continuously .from ]1:30 to 3:00. Be a "lady of leisure" and take tiffs opportu- nity to get ready for Christmas. Provided for the day will be casseroles, cakes. ,pies, cookies, Centreville News Centreville Academy NEWS The most exciting news at Centreville Academy last week i concerns our Annual Who's Whig and Beauty Pageant and LIST PERSONNEL OF DUCK-SIMMONS WEDDING PARTY Miss Linda Jean Simmons and Mr. Patrick H. Duck of Centre- ville, who will be married at the Centreville Baptist Church the several events related to it. .on Saturday, December 22 this Before it was over, just about week announced the personnel every student and evexy teacher of their wedding oarty. The Rev. Alan Balliet will officiate at the three o'clock afternoon .ceremon$. Miss Pattie "O'Dell of Centre- ville will serve as maid of honor, and ,bridesmaids will include Miss Gall Simmons, sister of the bride-elect, and Misses Christine and Faye Duck, sisters of the prospective bridegroom. Little Miss Lisa Balliet will serve as flower, girl, and Master Will Jenkins will be ring bearer. Mr. Bob Causey will serve Mr. Duck as best man. Since no invitations were sent out, friends and relatives are cordially invited throughthis medium to attend both the wedding and the reception which will follow in the Fellow- ship Hall of the church. MISS JANE ROLLINS FETED AT TEA SHOWER Miss Jane Rollins. fiancee of Mr. Philip Jay Pearson, was honored on Saturcay, December 1, with a bridal tea shower at the Fellowship Hall of Centre- ville Bptist Church. Hostesses for the two to four o'clock pro-nuptial event were at CA was involved, as well as many of our patrons and friends. It all began at 3:30 last Mon- day afternoon (November 26) when the ten beauty nominees met the Beauty Pageant judges '.for a tea in the Home Ec De- partment with Mrs. Susie Daughdrill as hostess. The nom- inees were Mitzi McCoy, Mar- garet Shore, Emily Rollins, Tan- ya Priest, Jeannie Whittington, Jonnle Lynn James, Susan Scott, Carla Weems. Ida Cockerham. and Pamela Whittington. The judges were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Easley of Gloster, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Treppendahl of Woodville, and Mr. Melvin Bruss of Crosby. The tea party gave the judges and nominees a chance to meet each other and chat together before the important individual interviewing began. When the interviews had been completed, the judges were en- tertained ,at a buffet supper in the h,ome of Mr. and Mrs. Char- lie Germany. The pageant began at 7:30 in the gymnatorium with the in- troduction of the judges ,and the presentation of the beauty nominees in evening gowns by Mr. Bill Smith. our master of Mrs. Karrls Jones, Mrs. Matt ceremonies w, ho has so capably CENTREVILLE ACADEMY HONOR ROLL LISTED Students at Centreville Acad- emy making the Honor Roll for the second six weeks ,were listed as follows: First Grade: A: Carla Clark, David Martin, Annette Perkins, Rlonda Rogillio; B: Jeff Aaron, Mike Blalock, Kenny Boykin, Denise Causey, Tommy Duck, Mike Havard, Samantha Lott, Tom Peersoh, Gary Reed, Bruce Ros, Polly Saucier, Jay Smith, David :trahge, Erin Uhner, Davelle Walters. Second " Grade: A: Mack Brown, Jay Clark, Darrin Jmes, Rusty Lipscomb, Billy Martin; B: Robin Byrd, Moore Dalferes, M ic h a e 1 Dominick, Robbie Hodges, Traey May, Brenda Mc- Graw, Troy Morris, Stacey Reid, Mary Beth Whatley. Third Grade: A: Pam Flsk, Gayle Johnston, Lori Netter- ville, John Templeton, Carla Vaughan; B: LaRon Barnard, Terri Bellue, Scott Conerly, Lksa Dalton. Rondo Etherldge, David Garig, Lisa Perry. Shirley Poole, Lisa Ross, Kevin Seal Lesa Sterling, Gary Whetstone. Fourth Grade: A: Kris Clark, Lisa Templeton; B: "Julie Bellue, Jonathan Campbell, Georgia Cavin, Russell Conerly, Vicki Hughes, Kenneth Jelks, Clifton VanCleave. Fifth Grade: A: Madison Mul- key; B: Karl Ash, J, chna Greer, Nona Hughes, Scottj/ James, Joe Lipscomb, Marty Longmire, Be- linda McGraw. Reva McGuire, Sarah Mills, David Owens, Jeanne Poole, Billy Rogers, Con- hie Walker. Sixth Grade: A: Dawn Jelks: B: Ben Caulfield Herchiel De Valcourt, Theresa Johnston. Mi- chelle Phillips. Seventh Grade: B: Lori An- ders. Johnny Fisk. Mike Me- son McKey, ad Mrs. Troy Reese, Sr. Arrangements of smilax with Dauhdrill, IMC'd: ' every Who's W,ho and Daniels. Larry Mills. Duck, Mrs. Mike Mrs. Dealon McDaniel, MrS. uBeauty Pageant in the ,history Eighth .Grade: A: Ted DaN Clarence Richardson, Mrs. Iver- of CA. When the judges with- fores, Leisa Koch, Timmy Me- drew to make their decision, Mr. Key, Jimmy Poole; B: Kelly Smith presented the Wb,o's. Who Noiand, Becky stutzman. winners. They are as follows: Ninth Grade: A: J.onnle Lynn candies, doughnuts, lasagna, white wedding bells d'eorated salads, and a variety of party the stair rails to the entrance foods that can be frozen until lhal 1 White floor baskets filled the holidays. I with magnolia leaves and smilax Let your children fish in the lwith banked large potted, ferns Fish Pond while you shop. The ,were n*oted in the entertaining Country Store will have many area. Other decorations of in- home-canned goods, snoked tur- terest included a beautifully keys, hams, cheese rolls, and a trimmed Christmas tree on a and Tracy May. lot of unusual items. There will table with the gift display. be hadmm2evarclqs ,,for gifts The honoree was atred in a for C'tfff.k'decoVatiohs for[ black' and"cvh'ite :aftefi66n as your home and tree. door prizes accented with an orchid corsage toregister for: and for you bar- presented by her hostesses. She gain shoppers, the While Ele- received guests with her mother, .phanb department will h.ave an Mrs. Allen Rollins, her grand- assortment of jewelry, dishes, mothers, Mrs. Hugh Rogers and books, records, and odds and Mrs. Fletcher Rollins, the pro- ends. One of the most attractive spective bridegroom's mother, departments will be Arts and Mrs. J. T. Pearson, .and Mrs. Crafts. where you will find Harris Jones and Mrs. C. J. decoupage, p u rse s, plaques, Richardson. paintings, and many other dec- The handsomely appointed tea c, rative items available for your table held as a central decora- Clristmas giving, tion a centerpiece of lovely ca- Live entertainment will be a] mellias flnk,ed on either ide feature of the day, and the many I with silver candelabra' holding people who Nave given of heirltall white tapers. The honoree's t!me and talent hope that you i aunt, Miss Patricia Rogers, pre- will join them and enjoy the sided at the punch service. Miss attnosphere of true southern SUe Ellen Rollins served, party hospitality, fare, and Miss Emily Frances Rollins presided at the silver coffee service. BAPTIST WOMEN MEET So'It Christmas music was Combined Circles of the played throughout the party Centreville Baptist Women's hours. Mrs..Robert Payne, Jr., MissJ,onary Union met in the registered guests, ,lternatlng home of Mrs. C. J. Richardson with Mis Emily Jo Rollins 'ad and Miss Lucille White last Miss Mollie Rollins. Monday evening with thirteen The honoree received a hard- members present, some silver casserole as a gift from her hostesses. Miss Mamie Rushing presented the program, "Passport to Peo- ple," from 'the Mission Study Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vine and Book. family of New Johnsonvllle, During the social hour. dell-[Tenn., were Thanksgiving holi- cious refreshments of cake and day guests in .the ome.s of their sherbet were served by the parents, Mrs. Benny Vine and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Vines, and Class Favorites First Grade (Mrs. Johnson's Class): Gary Reid and Carla Clark. First Grade (Miss Carter's Class).: Jay Smith and Denise Causey. Second Grade: Mack Brown families. Among the ,relatlve visiting in the home of Mrs. R. J. Field over .the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKee af Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Mitchell and daughter, Valerie, and Mrs. Norman Ash of' San ntonio Texas, visited Centrevllle rela- tives over the weekend. Mr. and "Mrs. James Temple- ton, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tem- pleton and children, and Mrs. Pric Templeton, all of Cenbre- viIle, Mr. 'an Mrs. Jlmmy Tem- pleton, Jr., and family of Baon Rouge, the Iv, and Mm. Den- son Napier .and family of Jack- son, and Mrs. Richard Rata of Lexington, Mass., gathered ,at the home of Mr. TerwPleton's mother and sister, Mrs. Annie Johnson and Mrs. A. A. Ward, and family in Carthage for tetr Thanksgiving family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knihton and family 'had as their Thanks- giving holiday guests Mr. rd Mrs. Jack Stalder of. Maywood, Mo...and Mrs. David SUreet and Miss Marianne Street and Christy, all of Ytoo City.  VANCLEAVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY NEWS We would like to call atten- tion to a slight change in li- brary hours. As usual, Monday hours are .from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday hours are from 9 a.m. to 12, and 1:30 o 5 p.m. On Saturday, the library will be open from 10 a.m. to 12 and from 2 to 5 p.m. Why not clip out this schedule and keep it close at hand? BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Norris Walton of Baton Rouge announce the birth of heir secbnd child, a daughter, Jessica Anne, on No- vember 23 at Field Memorial Community Hospital. Mrs. Wal- ton is the former Linnie Rob- inson of Centrevllle. Mrs. W. L. Taylor spent Thanksgiving weekend wi,h her daughter, Mrs. Jim Lorey, and amlly in Baton Rouge. Third Grade: John Templeton .'nd,. Pare: Fk ...... Fourth G'r a d e : Jonathan Campbell and Kris Clark. ,Fifth Oade: Ken Vine and Sarah Mills. Sixth Grade: Jerry Byrd and Kim Jelks. Seventh Grade: James Earl Reynolds and Deborah Weems. ighth Grade: - David lish and Leisa Howell. Cutest Freshman: Edsel Brown and Anita Garig. Ninth Grade: Edsel Brown and Anita Garlg. Silliest Sophomore: Bobby Richmond and Ida Cockerham. Tenth Grade: Ed Field and Tanya Priest. Jolliest Junior: Donald Mc- Crain and Angela WhitVington. Eleventh Grade: S p e e d y Hughes and Cathy Rish. James; B: Ellen Caulfield. Jack Causey, Don Easterling, Kathy Lynn Hughes, Myrna Reynolds, Sissy Reynolds, Rhonda Lynn Tillery. Tenth Grade: B: Ed Field, Linda Hughes, Eileer Phipps, Tanya Priest. Eleventh Grade: A: Susan Robertson B: Ann Campbell, Sardra ,rig,,Deborah Hughes, Speedy Htghes, James Jelks,, Susan Leake, Pattie O'Dell, Cathy Rish. Joanne Stone, Gary Graves. Twelfth Grade: B: Sandra Boatner, Betsy Field, Mary Jean Griffin, Stoney Loftin, Sherry Mann, Emily Rollins, Susan Scott. first runnerup; Susan Scott, second runnerup; Ida Cocker- ham. third runnerup; Pamela Whittington, fourth runnerup; As each runnerup was named, she was presented a single long- stemmed red rose by Mr. H. E. Home, CA Administrator. As the audience applauded. Emily Rol- lins was presented a bouquet of red American beauty roses. The exciting climax of an ex- Most Dignified Senior: Darryl citing evening came when Mr. Vines and Sherry Mann. Twelfth Grade: Bob Bankston and Mary Jean .Griffin. High School Who's Who Most Athletic: David. McKey nd Sandra Boatner. Friendliest: Darryl Vines and Carla Weems. 'Most School Spirit: Donald McCraine and Sue White. Most Talented: Keith Poole and Susan Scott. Cutest: Gavin Robertson ,and Carla Weems. Wittiest: Bobby Richmond and Pam Rabb. Mos Talkative: Mike tish and Pam Rabb. Best Dlsposition: Bob Bank- ston .and Betsy Field. Hardest Worker: James Jelks and Betsy Field. Horne named Mr. and Miss Centreville Academy. Emily Rol- lins and David McKey were nominated by their teachers and selected by their classmates to receive this highest horror a student at CA can be awarded. Mr. Home placed  crown on Emily's head and Mr. W. B. Me- Key .accepted the honor for his son, who was in Jackson pre- paring for the all-star game. Special thanks ,and recogni- tion go to the following stu- dents who worked So hard to make the program a success: Gary Graves, music; Melanle Cavln, Jean Simmons, Alan Priest and Jerry Ivey, ushers; Anne Campbell, Lois Prazier, Bobby McCartney and R. L Frazier, set committee. We also Most Cooperative: Stoney Loftin and Sherry Mann. Most Considerate: Stoney Lof- tin .and Sandra Boatner. Best Dressed: Darryl Vines and Emily Rollins. Campus ,Favorites: David Me- want to t.hank the faculty since every teacher made a particular contribution to the successful presentation of tis__event. I Mrs. Mildred McCurley spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Key and Carla Weems. i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCurley Most Versatile: Mike Rish nd l in Gloster. On Monday of this Sandra Boabner. , I week Mrs. McCurley enjoyed a . Most Handsome: Gavin lb-]visit from her son and daugh- eion. I ter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Most Intelligent: James Jelks ]Tom McCurley, of Jackson. .and SUsan Robertson. Mr, and Mrs. T. R. White and Most Likely to Succeed: Stoney L0ftin and Betsy Field. Teacher of the Year: Coach Bill Hurst. Mr. Centreville Academy: Da- vid McKey. .Miss Centreville Academy,: Emily Rollins. Next the judges having made their decisions, the following young ladies were named us Beauties: Emily ,Rollins, most Ik.utffull Joimle Lynn James, d,aughter, Miss Lael White. at- tended a Thanksgiving holid,ay family reunion held in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Briley, of Lafayette, La. Other family members attending the affair included Mr. ,and Mrs. BeckOn Prevost. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baker of Baton Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Prince and hildren, Cynthia and Michael, of Denver, Colorado. ?'..;?:::i,:,::::?;::;T.!Fi!:':ii!!! 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Florida Fresh YELLOW CORN 89c 9c ear Prestone ANTI-FREEZE gal. $1.49 (With $7.00 purchase or more) HOLSUM BREAD 20 oz. loaves 3 for 89c (With $5.00 purchase or more) Community COFFEE 85c lb. Florida Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 69c Parkmeadow Shopping Center- Centreville