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Friduy, Decerhber 7, 1973 The Woodville RttJubl00can. Woodville, Mississippi D cJ r o f I I association, including but not 8. abode and Post Office Address o,Nr'] AG'r Inecessarily limited t,o the tel- Prior to the issuance of any are unknown to Complainant "S NOTES ,lowing: other or additional stock pur- after having made diligent by John J. Dale, Jr. (A) To supplement the dopes- sunni to the issuance of the inquiry to ascertain the same: ,, ......................... . .................................. itory facilities in Woodville and ,stock mentioned in the pars- YOU are summoned to appear Wilkinson County to1" the sav- graph immediately preceding, before the Chancery Court of FERTILIZER Fertilizer is short! Buy y, our estimated needs anytime you can find them from now until spring. Have your soil tested. Apply lime where the test sho'ws a need and make the best possible Use of tte fertilizer you can get. If the soft shows medium or above in phosphate and pot- ash, you are not likely to lose raUeh yield by leaving off these two materials. Liming all soil that test acid Will increase the efficiency of the fertilizer you use. Plant legumes in your grass tures. Early December is not 00 late to plant winter legumes. Use barnyard manure or chicken litter to supplement or substitute for commercial fer- tilizers. Four to five tons per acre disked or plowed in is us- Ually enough. Basic slag plus potash will to 40 percent of their soybeans ling s of citizens and to supple- each year due to this disease, i miint the means for local ti- The disease overwinters in I nancing of homes, commercial the top two inches of soil. Disk- land industrial developments; ing or use of light breaking (B To make loans to holders equipment may scatter the dis- of avings and share accounts ease throughout the field mak-lo n the sole security of said ac- ing it even more severe the fol-,counts; lowing year. I C) To enable its members You can control the disease and borrowers to acquire real by crop rotation, deep plowing estate, to make improvements and good weed control. Rotate thereon, remove encumberances for three years with crops that ltherefrcm, and to lend money are not susceptible to the dis- to be repaid in monthly install- ease. such as corn or sorghum. Plc,w deeply in the fall with a moldboard plow. Bury the crop residue at least six inches deep. This will keep the disease causing organisms from over- wintering and attacking the plants next year. HOME GARDENING Get those dead plants out of your home garden. They could cause you more trouble next year from diseases and insects. ments and otherwise as may be permitted by law; (Dt To lend its funds on the security of liens on homes, com- binations of homes, and business property, and on personal prop- erty, within the limitations pre- scribed by the Board of Savings and Loan Associations of the State of Mississippi.; (El To own. buy, sell, dis- count, assign, transfer, and hy- pothecate any and all kinds of notes, evidences of debts, cer- such stock issuance shall be first offered to all the existing stockholders in proportion to the number of fully paid shares of tock then held by them respectively, but uch offer shall be subject to all applicable Wilkinson Counly, Mississippi, on the Third Monday of Feb- ruary, A. D.. 1974. to defend Suit N,c. 6052 in said Court of Eddie Charles Vaughn. wherein you are the Defendant. This 3rd day of December, terms, provisions and conditions A. D.. 1973. as shall be evidenced in the By-Laws of the Association. Witness Our Signatures on this the 5 day of July, A. D.. 1973. James E. ,Wilkerson, Jr. James M. Sessions III E. M. Kee III E. M. Kee. Jr. Douglas V. Bell E. R. Smith A. W. Treppendahl John C. Hewes G. C. Golden Julius M. Carter State Of Mississippi I County Of Wilkinson This day personally appeared before me. the undersigned au- thority, James E. Wilkerson, Jr., 12/7/3w Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk In The State Oil And Gas Board Of Mississippi Docket No. 177-73-329 PUBLIC NOTICE To All Persons Interested In The Following Described Land In Wilkinson County, Mississippi, To-Wit: From the soutiwest corner of Section 15, T2N-R5W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, go northerly along the line between Sections 15 & 16 for 304.5 feet to the south boundary of a 640 acre lease, thence N8931'W along the south boundary of said 640 acre lease for 3400.6 feet; thence State Oil And Gas Board State Of Mississippi PUBLIC NOTICE' Docket Num.ber 187-7.3-281 To all Owners and Persons Interested in the Following Described Land: All o1 Section 1. Township 2 North. Range 5 West. Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in Artonish Field. Take notice that Am,oco Pro- dction Company has filed a Petition with the State Oil and Gas Board of Mississippi under the above Docket Number re- questing that the Board grant WCTS NEWS The WCTS elementary stu- dents participated in the Christ- mas tree lighting ceremonies this past Thursday night. All activities were carried out ex- tremely well and we wish to express our appreciation to the parents who turned out and lent their support. WCTS azso participated in the Christmas Parade last Friday. We are proud to announce that our float won first orize in the parade. We congratulate those authority for Amoco Production persons who worked so hard to Company to drill a well at an) prepare our Christmas float. exception location for produc- The WCTS PTA will hold its tion from Jenkins Oil Pool. Said I regular monthly meeting at 7 well being located on a unit Wednesday night, December 12. deseribqd as the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast /4, Section 1, Township 2 North. Range 5 West. Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi and said well being located 50 feet East of the West line and 80 feet North ,of the South line of said unit. The .petition in this matter is on file in the office of the State Oil and Gas Board in Jackson. Mississippi, and may be examined there. All parents and teachers are urged to attend this last meet- ing before Christmas. One of our student. Myrtis McFarland, won.J30 and a four- year scholarship in Jackson last Saturday, as a result of her participation in the Oratorical Contest. She is presently a senior at WCTS. The WCTS Wildcats enter- rained the Centreville Eagles Friday night and won two of Upply phosphate, potash, and s0 percent liming material. 'or your nitrogen fertilizer, emember that anhydrous am- a0nia and urea are more plen- tiful than ammonium nitrate. SOUTHERN STEM BLIGHT Lots of soybeans were dam- h god by southern stem blight ]s Year S,cme growers lose 35 Take up the bean and tomat,o stakes. Clean them up and store them for next year's garden. Get rows ready for January planting of English peas. Irish potatoes, omens, lettuce and some leafy greens. Sure, you are taking a chance in the January planting, but the results .are often worth the risk. sissippi hereunto affixed this 9th day of October. 1973. Heber Ladner Secretary of State tifieates of indebtedness, par- ticipating certificates, deeds of trusts, stocks, bonds and other securities; to borrow money for its legitimate purposes, vo dis- pose of its collateral or security when necessary and proper in James M. Sessions III, E. M. Kee III. E. M Kee. Jr.. Douglas V. Bell. E. R. Smith, A. W. Trep- pendahl, John C. Hewes. G. C. Golden, and Julius M. Crter, all being the Incorporators ,of Wilkinson County Savings and Loan Association (a stock corn- the operation of its business, and to own, dispose of. hold and pany) who acknowledged that they signed and executed the encumber any and all kinds above and foregoing Articles of of real and personal property Incorporation as their acts and where not prohibited by law. deeds on this the 5 day of July, The exercise ,of any of the 1{}73. powers hereinabove enumerated shall be restricted and limited Pel J. Phares NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon e nf Stevenson Estate Reed, eceased having been granted and issued to the underslgnec by the Chancery Court of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, On tl he day of November. 26 A. D., g73, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby ,0tified to have the same pro- ,areal, registered and allowed by ae Clerk of said Court within x (6} months from the date of first publication of this no- tice, or the same will be forever barred. Marguerite Farr Reed w Executrix ADMINISTRATOR'S persons of the age of Twenty- One (21) Years or more. being' all residents of the State of Mississippi and acting as Incor- porators of Wilkinson County Savings and Loan As0ciation (a stock company,, under and by virtue of The Savings and Loan Act of 1962, do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation to create and es- tablish a savings and loan asso- .cation 1. The corporate name of said association is Wilkiinson County Savings and Loan Association. 2. The names and Post Office :ons having claims against (1 estate to present the same  the Clerk of said Court for Obate, registration .and allow- fce according to law within six i' e ionths from the date of ,o., rst publication or nis  ee or they will be forever rred. The Charter Of Incorporation to the extent which they are Notary Public Of Wilkinson County Savings now, or might hereafter be. al- My Commission Expires 5-26-77 And Loan Association- lowed by the laws of this State (Seal) We. the undersigned natural or by the lawful rules and reg- Therefore, It Is Hereby Or- ulations of the Savings and doted that the rule set forth Loan Board; is accordingly adopted to be- come effective September 1'0, (F) To contract loans on real 1973. and personal property, and, in Rule 2 is amended by adding general, to do all acts autho- ...... , thereto the following paragraph rized by me avlngs ann oan, ........ IO oe numoerea z Act of 1962 and amendments, " "Any associati, on organized thereto; and operating in compliance (G) To act as agent or broker with The Savings and Loan Act for others in the placing, serv- of 1962 may act as trustee, and icing or procuring of loans; may receive reasonable compen- (H) To adopt all necessary sation for so ,acting, of any By-Laws, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States, I trust .created or organized in the United States ands;forming the State of Mississippi, and plan which ualifies the Pr.ovisions of the Charter, part of a for specific tax treatment under providing for the management Section 401(d) of :'internal of its property, the regulations Revenue Co.e flf 19 if the and government of Its affairs, funds of sucti,..tust ar"invested the types or classes of savings This 27th day of November, '. D., 1973. Charlie Palmer 11/0/3 v Administrator NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Mississippi 39669 E. R. Smith, Woodville, Mis- sissippi 39569 A. W. Treppendahl, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 John C. Hewes, Woodville. Mississippi 39669 G. C. Golden. Woodville. Mis- sissippi 39669 Julius M. Carter, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 3. The d.omicile of the incorpo- rated association within the State of Mississippi .shall be lo- cated in the City of Woodville, Wilkinson County, M4ssissippi. accounts and loans and. in gen- eral. fGr the general carrying out of purposes for which it is organized; (I} To act as Fiscal Agent or Broker for the United States and for the State of Mississippi, where legally designated for that purpose, to the extent au- thorized and hereafter autho- rized by law; (J) And to do all and every- thing necessary, suitable and proper for the accomplishment 'of any other purposes or the at- tainment of any other objects or the furtherance of the powers hereinabove set out. along with or in association with other corporations, firms or individ- uals, within and without the State of Mississippi, to the .full extent as is allowed by law, the foregoing paragraphs to be construed as enumerating both objects and purposes of this Corporation, but it is hereby expressly provided that the only in savings accpunt or de- posits in such association or in obligations or securities issued by such association. All funds held in such fiduciary capacity by any such association m'ay be commingled for appropriate ,pur- poses of investment, but indi- vidual records shall be kept by the fiduciary for each par,tici- pant and shall show in proper detail all transactions engaged in under the .authority of this ection." So ordered this 10th day of September. 1973. W Hamp .King, Chairman Attest: Walter E. Bullock Executive Officer CASE NO. 145- DB-2 - Wilkinson County Savings And Loan Association WGcdville, Mississippi Order Approving Charter Of Incorporation This Cause having come on to be hea, rd ,before the Board of Savings 4d Loan Assoeia- Circuit Clerk's Office 4. foregoing enumeration of spe-  November 27, 1973 The amount of authorized lcific purposes shall not be held e, the undersigned Election capital is One .Million (1,000J}00) to limit or restrict in any man- ' arnissioners of Wilkinson Shares at One Dollar ($1.00) par her the purposes or this incor- :Unty met this date and set value per share, being One Mil-I orated association as may be to $aU.ary 15, 1974, as date for lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) oJ the full extent allowed by law vecial Election for Supervisor Common Capital Shock, consist- or applicable regulation. --' Second, Dis_trict of Wllk'nson ing of one class of Common " 7. Y. We have complied with t e la*'untw by ptsting notices of Stock and each share having The number of shares to be equal voting rights, subshribed and paid for prior -:' Election ,at all Dolling 9re- s. to the corporation's commenc- : of the Second .Super- The period of existence or ing business shall be Fifty h,,,, cs District, on Court-House period of duration of the asso- Thousand (50,000) Shares of etin be thl ard and by having ciation shall be Ninety-Nine Common Capital Stock of a Th.  notice to be advertised in (99l Years. tctal par value of Fi.fty Thou- 0 e WOodvllle Republican for 6. sand Dollars ($50,000.00). All of COnsecutive days. The purposes f, or which bhe said stock is to be fully sub- C. E. Cage H. N. Jensen 1 John Ashley 5w State of Mississippi 0ffiee of Secretary of State I Jackson t' I'Ieber Ladner Secretary of te't-do ce:rtify tllat the Char- *-  Incorporation hereto at- tached entitled rter f In COrlo . Cha o - ration of i ilkinson County Say ngs :a And Loan Association SLPursuant to the revisions . T.. . P o lg: 21, Code of Mississippi la th , as amended, Recorded la t -e Records of Incorporations , his office in Bhotost t Book 91.'e r Two Hundred Six, Pges , iven Under ,,. h and the eal of the State of Mis- association is created are put- scribed and fully paid for at sunni {o he rlghts and powers a price of TWo Dollars ($2.'00) as are .contained in House Bill pdr share, with the entire pur- No. 208, General Acts. Regular chase price t'otaling One Hun- Legislative Session. 1962, and dred Thousand-ollars ($10.0,- Amendments thereto, the same 000.00), which is to be paid being the Savings and Loan Act into the incorporated associa- of 1962, Volume 4-,A, Title 21, tion by and through its Chair- Chapter 3, Mississippi Code of man of Incorporators before the 1942 as Amended and Reeom- association may begin business; piled, Senate Bill No. 1712, Reg- likewise, prior to the asocia- ular Legislative Session, 1962, tion's commencing business, the tions at the September 10, 1973 meeting, the Board, .after hear- ing testimony_ bY. the Petitioners and having considered the evi- dence presentedjn support of said Petition ant being .fully apprised in the premises, and no objection having been filed. does hereby find: 1 That there is a need for the association in the ,area in 'which it is to be located. 2. That the presence of the proposed association will not jeopardize the financial sta- bility of any existing associa- tion. 3. That the establishment of Wilkinson County Savings .and Loan Association will benefit the area in which it shall be located Therefore," It Is Ordered And Adjudged that the Charter of Wilkinson County Savings and Loan Association, Woodville, and Amendments thereto, the same being the Mississippi Bus- iness Corporation Act, Volume 4-A, Title 21, Chapter 4, Missis- sippi Code of 1942 as Amended and Recompiled, but as limited by The Savings and Loan Act of 1962, a.s Amended, and the purpose for which this incor- Dollars ($10,000.00) to be con- porated associai,on is created sidered an impounded general is for the conducting of the reserve fund for the protection business of a savings and loan of the investing public. the Treasurer of the State of Mississippi Ten Thousand Dol- lars ($10.000.00) or the same amount of bonds of the State of Mississippi or of its political subdivlsions, said Ten Thousand Mississippi, be, and the same is hereby approved. So ordered this 10th day of Board of Directors of the In- September, 1973. corporators shall deposit with t W. Hamp Klng, Chairman Attest: Walter E. Bullock Executive Officer 12/7/lw NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State Of Mississippi County Of Wilkinson To: Della Mac Richard Vaughn, whose whereabouts, place of 8029'W for 963.0 feet to the T1]e said matter will be heard point of beginning. Thence from said point of by the Board at 9:30 a.m. on the 19th day of December. 1973. beginning, go $8931'E along in the Second Floor Auditorium the boundary of the Serio, et of the Woolfolk State Office al.. H. Prltchartt No. 4 drilling Building, Jackson. Mississippi, unit for 4'02.65 feet to the northeast corner of ,within de- scribed tract: thence $029'W for 847.0 feet; thence N8931'W for 482.35 feet; thence 8029'W for 963.0 feet; thence N89"31'W for 962.65 feet: thence N029'E for 963.0 feet to the boundary of the Serio, et al.. H. Pritchartt 17o. 3 drilling unit: thence along the boundary of said drilling unit S893VE for 482.35 feet, N029'E for 847.0 feet and $89 31'E for 560.0 feet to the point of beginning. Said within de- scribed tract containing 40.0 acres. Take Notice That Ashland Oil, Inc. has filed a petition with the Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board under the bove described docket No. requesting said Board to reform the above described drilling unit known as the H Pritchartt No. 6. South Stamps Field, and the State Oil and Gas Board at its November, 1973 meeting granted an Emer- gency Order reforming the unit as described elow. and Ashland Oil, Inc. is requesting the Mis- sissippi State Oil and Gas Board to make said Order final at its December, 1973 meeting. Said revised unit is to consist of the following .described lands, to-wit: From the southwest corner of Section 15, T2.N-R5W, Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, go northerly along the line between Sections 15 & 16 for 304.5 feet to the south boundary of a 640 acre lease, thence N8931'W along the south boundary .of said 640 acre lease for 3400.6 feet: thence S029'W for 963.0 feet to the .point Of beginning. Thence from said point of beginning, go $8931'E for 402.65 feet: thence S029'W for 225.'0 feet to the northwest corner of the Ashland Oil Inc., H. Pritchrtt No. 7 drilling unit; thence along the boundary of said ,drilling unit S029'W for 622.0 feet, $8931'E for 217.65 feet, and S029'W for 480.59 feet; thence N8931'W for 1445.0 feet; thence N029'E for 1327.59 feet; thence 88931'E for 834.6 feet to the point of beginning. Said within described tract con- taining 40.0 acres. Take Notice that said matter will be heard by the State Oil and Gag Board of the State of Mississippi at 9:30 a.m. on De- cember 19. 1973 in the Second Floor Auditorium of the Wool- ,folk State Office Building, Jack- son, Mississippi, at which time anY. interested party may be heard. This the 26th day of Novem- ber, 1973. State Oil and Gas Board of Mississippi By: Quincy R. Hedges Supervisor ll/30/lw NOTICE TO MOTOR VEHICLE AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- house in Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, the 8th. day of January, 1974, to pur- chase for cas,h for the use of the Fifth Supervisor's Separate Road District, one (1) new 1974 long wheel base, % ton pickup with wide body, six cylinder en- gine ,with automatic transmis- sion, G78 4 ,ply tires, pover steering and air conditioner. The Board .reserves he right tO reject any and all bids. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 12/7/4w at which time and place you may appear and contest said matter. State Oil And Gas Board State Of Mississippi By Quincy R. Hedges Secretary and Supervisor 12/7/lw NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the Field Memorial Community Hos- pital, Centreville, Mississippi will receive bids for furnishing and erecting one (1) Outdoor In- cinerator complete. Specifications and descriptiion may be obtained from the office of the Administrator. Bids will be received in the office of the Administrator prior to l:0O p.m., Monday, December 17, 1973. The Board of Trustees re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. 12/17/lw the three games played. The WCTS Junior Varsity team lost to Centreville, while the Varsity boys and girls won. Wordy Hicks, Jr., Principal Mr. and Mrs, James Anthony planned to drive down to New Orleans on Friday morning of this week for a two-day stay. On Sunday, Mrs. Anthony will leave by plane for Oakland, California. where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Price. and grand- .son. While in California she will also visit 'her brother. Mr. Willie Dickson. in San Francisco. State Oil And Gas Board State Of' Mississippii PUBLIC NOTICE Docket No. 19073-281 To ,All Owners And Persons Interested In The Following Described Land: Section 1, Township 2 North Range 5 We'st. Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in the Artonish Field. Take notice that Amoco Pro- duction Company has filed a petition with the State Oil and Gas Board ,of Mississippi under the above Docket Number re- questing that the Board grant authority to directionally devi- wheel HP, 4 post ROPS w/eat belt. swinging drawbar, 7:50x16 8 ply truck tires on front. 16.9x28 rear tires, with front end loader with self leveling 7/8 yard bucket. B. Four cylinder diesel engine tractor .with minimum 70 net flywheel HP w/torque converter, power reversing  speed trans- mission equipped with self level- ing standard lader and rear counter weight ,and one yard bucket, 11:00-16 12-ply front tires and 18.4x28 rear tires, 4 post ROPS w/seat belts.. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Frances Townsend, Clerk 12/7/4w NOTICE To Newspapers, Banks, Printing And Office Supply Firms, Automobile Agencies, Tractor Agencies, Road Supply Firms, Gasoline Filling Stations And Gasoline Bulk Plants And Other Fuel Agencies And Plants Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- ate the drilling of the Amoco - house in Woodville, Mississippi, Nathan McGee No. 4 Well lo- up to noon on Tuesday, the 8th. cated in the Northwest Quarter day of January, 1974 to furnish of the Southeast Quarter, Sec- tion 1, Township 2 North, Range 5 West, Artonish Field. Wilkin- son County, Mississippi. The petition in this matter is on ,file in the office of the State Oil and Gas Board in Jackson. Mississippi, and may be ex- amined there. said Wilkinson County, the fel- l.owing: 1. To publish thee proceedings and legal notices of the Board of SuperVisors of said Wilkino son County for the year 1974. 2. Bids from banks for the prlv- The said matter will be heard ilege of keeping the County by the Board at 9:30 a.m. on Funds, School Funds and funds " the 19th day of December. 1973 of the Tax Collect,or, or any in the Second Floor auditorium of the Wool.folk State Office Building, Jackson, Mississippi,, at which time and place you may. appear and contest said matter. State Oil And Gas Board State Of Mississippi By Quincy R. Hedges Secretary and Supervisor 12/7/lw NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- vilte. Mississippi, will receive bids up until seven o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, January 1, 1974, for the following fire fighting equip- ment: A protective clothing for five men. including 'helmets, coats, pants, boots and gloves; B. two breathing apparatmses: part of said funds for the year 1974. 3. To furnish and sell said Wil- kinson County, each ,and every Supervisor's Separate Road Dis- trict therein, all gasoline, diesel fuel, other fuel, machine parts, etc.. ,and any and all other road supolies needed and used by said. County for a period of twelve (12t months from and ( after January 1, 1974. 4. To furnish said Wilkinson County all ,record books, sta- tionery, and all other office supplies for all County oifices and for janitorial supplies for the year 1974. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. C. one oxygen resuscitator.  Witness my, thls 4h The Beard .reserves the right day of December, lg73. to reject any ,and all bids. 4rAlonzo H. Sturgeon Clerk Frances. Townsend, Clerk 12/7/ , ,w| 12/7/4w NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- ville. Missi,ssippi, will ,receive bids up until seven o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, January I, 1974, for the following: A. Tractor with 3-cylinder diesel engine, live hydraulics with three-point linkage trans- mission 540 RPM PTO ,and man- ual reversing, 6x4 speed trans- mission, minimum 57 net fly- SAFE BURNIN9 DEPENDS ON YOU HELP PREVENT . FOREST FIRES t