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January 5, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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t ,.], Friday, January 5, 19.7,1 SUPPER PARTY HONORS MRS. J. N. MILLER IS RECENTLY WED COUPLE HOSTESS FOR UNITED Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- METHODIST WOMEN sto.n, Jr.. w&apos;re h0n6red wi,th a Members of the Morning Circle sut]Pr ph'Ly on 'Dcember 30 of the Uni.ted Methodist Women. at Vnlhalla. fam,ily home of Midshipman DaVid Trepperldahl, who hos,ted the affair. Gentle- man guests at the party were sche.cl fellow.s of Mr. Whetstone. Riving the holiday occasion the added attraction of a reunion. _4.n out-of-town guest was Miss the new name fc.r the former organiza.tion of the Women's Society cr Christian Service. held their firs,t re,ular meeting of the new y,ear on Tuesday, ,January 2, in the home of Mrs. J. N. Miller. Mrs. Miller opened the meet- Sheila Tippen, well known young 'ing with pcayer and. in the ab- Mississippi singer fom Brook-' ........ i{ {8# o  O     . o o - o D D Z o a. o  -g .  o -  UI -'u 8 ,- -  ,. 0-, CO A. o.  ; "  " " o .. o-, - :o - o . co ,- "  5" I:L" ,  I:L " o --  o[ ., oio ,_.].cn   oO  o .- o Oo " o n 212 . ,- oO _ -,   0 d8.S. o u'l g The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mlssisslppl ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED U 0 Q 0 0 Rosetta News Mars Hill Itomemakers Meet Page 3- Pulle.n visited Mr. and Mrs. Jackie ville. Mrs. John David and daughter. Jo Hann,ah. of Arnold in Baton louge Sa, tur- Natchez. iVr. and Mrs..Charles day. The Mars Hill Homemakers Rymer and children of Sumrall. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith and Mr. Barney Rymer visi.ted Club met at the home of Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Got- I and son, Michael. of Zachaw, Bern,ice Joseph .on Iecembe 20 don Rymer, Christmas Day. La.. visited his parents, Mr. and ,at 10 a.m. Guests were received Mrs. H. E. Smith, .Cist, mas in the livin, g r.oom which was Mr. D. N. Williams visited his. weekend aglow wi, th Christmas decora-'son and daUghlter-in-law. Mr. Jeffrey Sturdivant of Dallas,. tion's, and Mrs. T. A. Williams, in iTexas, visited his gcand0arentsi, The meeting was called o Church Hill for the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Tom,lie G. Stur-: order by Mrs. Nina Sturdivant. holidays. !dlvant. the past two weeks. Mcs. A. J Johnson played Santa Mr. and Mrs? T. D. Day and I Mrs. Tommie Day of lt. 1, Claus and distributed gills, at idaughter, Pat.ty, Visited their' Cros,by and Mr. Charles Wes: ,which time "Secret Pals" were son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I berry of emphlll, Texas, vis- disclosed. Mrs. Ler.oy Smith won and Mrs. Ted Get, win, in South lite d Mr a'nd Mrs H E smith the door prize. Carolina for Christmas. ce,turn-I Sunday." , t' A covered dish meal was ing home.Tuesday.. I Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivan,t served buffet s, tyie, with gues.ts Mr. and Mrs. ThOmas William ', and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. seated at a table which was Ashley and ,sons, Tommy and ,ward Byrd and daugh.ter of covered with a hand,made ']ace ,Randy, of Baton Rouge, Mr. and NatclheZ, Mr. and Mrs. Mike .Me- cloth. The Rev. Frank Legget]Mrs ' Clyd,e Priest and children Graw and daughter of Wood-- gav.e the invocation, i of St. Francisville, Mr. and Mrs. l ville, Mr. an.d lrs. I-Iarry. Thirteen members were pros- I Morris Day .and c.hildcen of Gon- Weatherly and children of" and nitre guests, Miss Kate Izales ' La., Mr. and MrS Adrian I/Ridgecrest, La., Mr. and Mrs,' ter, Mrs. Leroy Smith, MrS. IDay and son of Natchez, and lGriffin Sturdivant of Liberty, [Jam Hammack, Mrs. TommieIMr. and Mrs. Charles Brabham and James Sturdivant of South, ', Mrs. Ke!ler Greer and so.L ]spent Christmas Day with their lwest JC were home for he: Hn, the Rev. and Mrs. lranK!m0ther, Mrs. Louise Day. IChristmas holidays with their.: gett, and Mrs. Helen Mc- Mrs Cha,ries Longmire of Ba- pacents Mr. and Mrs. Tom,mi.e !ey. . ....... I ton Rouge, Mr. Ed MeCarty of [G. Sturdivant. ne new meeting wm .e a Gloste and M n ........... I ' ", . "..a d Mrs. Wal- I Mrs. Carol Boles and daugh-: nome o ars r  mn I ' ' lace Havar, d visited Mr. R. V. [ter Laurie Ann. of Baton ougei. ilanuary 16. I F.orman Christmas Day. I Mrs. G. A. McCoy of J.ackson: ] I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig- La., and Mr, s. John P. Floyd and" he annual f,ami']y oyster sup- I head and children of Monoe. ,children of Gloster v.isled .their. .was enjoyed a.t the D. N. La., Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hinsonlmother, Mrs. George Geer, an,d: liams ,home on Christmas and dau.'hter of Na.tehez, a.nd Mr. Gceer Tuesday. In a setting of Christmas [Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tinsley and I .Mrs. H. E. Smith visi,ted her.. )rations the group enjoyed a -ldaughter of Clarksdale spent niece Mxs. L. ,H. Wilkinson, ir: n,tiful buffet supper. La.ter. Christmas with tb.eir parents, Jefferson Davis Hospital lastl lone Speights played Santa Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathis. o I Wednesday. Mrs. Wilkinson is s, distributing gifts to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Harves.br the former Miss Joyce Cavin. Mrs. E. L. Forman. Sr.. Mr. / ,, , Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr.. and ghter, April, Mr. a,nd Mr, s. id W Williams and son. Van, and Mrs. Ronald McOabe daughtex, Kelly, Mrs. France edlove, Mrs. Phillis Marie dlov, e and sons, Edward .and td..and Mrs. Jessie Mae tghts .nd daughter, Darlene. ae Roset,ta ,MYF enjoyed a istm.as par,ty on Sunday. De- ber 19. A Christmas program presented and the members ented a gift to their ooun- r. Mrs. Keller Greer. A er roast wus enjoyed on churc,h lwn and gifts wer.e ranged by drawing. r. Charles Ryder and chil- . Gerald, John and D, ebrah Sumr.all visited hi,s parents, and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, on rday. r. and Mrs. Jesse ym,er and fire of Prairieville. La., Mr. Mrs. Jerry Rymer and Mrs. ell McCartney of Centre- ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP Day 442-7488 -- Phone - Night 442-8430 1 Wilson Road Natchez, Miss. 1 Roller, Round LIQUID FEED TANKS $25.00 2 Rol,er, Round LIQUID FEED TANKS $35.00 ALUMINUM SIDING and ROOFING Selling At COST Custom-Made FEEDS To Your Order I o-    .  o :::r'Q :r .,.....o  o o ,_,. :y'  =r,o  ,'- =-%..o r - o 0-, . l  o v< Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 rife - 14 Life - Bonds Oliver W. CaMhlnp, r. Rack of Men's and Young Men's Casual Slacks and Jeans 25%.0ff. BYs00SeKn00tSh' rts 25% off Children's Wear Boys and Girls 25% off All Material off Scented Candles Wide selection of sizes and colors 25% off Table of Ladies' Shoes $1.99 up Dry Goods TREPPENDAHL'S Dept.