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January 5, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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January 5, 1973

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Fr!day, .January 5, .19-73 SUPPER PARTY HONORS RECF.NTLY WED COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- ston:, Jr,, w,re hondred wiCh a SUl]Pr p.riy on"D'eeemb 30 al. V.Ihalla, fam,ily home of Midshipman DaVid Treppendahl, who has.ted the affair. Gentle- man guests at the party were rellow, s of Mr. Whetstone, giving the holiday occasion the added attraction of a reunion. An out-of-town guest was Miss Sheila Tippen, well known young Miss.issippi singer from Brook- haven. Mr. and Mrs. Wh,etsone, who were married on November 22 in Belzoni, are both sCudents at 'Mississippi State and .have been holiday visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chalcs Whetstone. Visiting eve the holidays in the hem,e or Mr. and Mrs: Luther Havard and Sammy and Tcres,a were Mr. and Mrs. Clemon Durham of Roxie, Mr. David Havard of Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. Chales Evans, Jr., of Woodville, Mr. and Mrs. Clemon Wayne Durham of Jackson, Mr, Alvin Parker of Can,ton, and Mr. Woodrow Parker and daughter, Carmen, Miss Willie Lee Parker, Miss Eula Mac Parker, and Mrs. Nell Tes,ta, all o1: Waterproof, La. MRS. J. N. MILLER IS HOSTESS FOR UNITED METltODIST WOMEN Members of the Morning Circle I of the United Methodist Women, the n,ew name for the former organization of the Women's Society cf Christian Service, held their firs.t regular meeting of the new yEar on Tuesday, January 2, in the home of Mrs. J. N. Miller. Mrs. Miller opened the meet- ing with prayer and, in the ab- sence of the presiden,t, preside2: at; the business session. New by- laws were read and' discussed. The following officers were re-elected for .the coming year: president, Mrs. Keith R. Miller; vice president, lrs. J. N. Miller; secretary, Mrs. W. C. Reed; and treasurer, Mrs. Allen Wood. Mrs. J. N. Miller is serving as acing president and vice pres- Id, ent util the ,end of the school term. The meeting was closed with the benediction. During the social hour, guests enjoyed delicious teaeakes with coffee and ,Cokes. i The nex meeting will be held during the WEek of Prayer for Chrizbtan Unity, on Monday, January 22. Hostess for the oc- casion will be 1Vrs. J M. Ses- sions, III. SACRIFICE SALE Entire Stock Reduced price or morel YOUNG FASHIONS Goster, Miss. served. The Woodville Republican, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEI) MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN SEAL FETE HER PARENTS ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. anti Mrs. Stephe,n Seal ente.r.tained at ,their home here on Friday, December 29, honor- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lemoine of St. Francis- ville, on the ,occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Pres,nt fe,r the surprise ,ath- ering to welcome the honorees were members of their wedding party and .members of the Leake and Lemo.ine families. For the happy occasion Mcs. Seal provid,ed the light of candles, on the old mantelpiece at St. Paul's Rccory and from a six-pronged candelabrum sur- ounded by Purple Dawn ca- mellias on the dining table. where a late buffet supper was Woodville, Misslsslppl Mr. and Mrs. James Roland I Ruiz, Sr., of Ventress, Louisiana, l announce the engag,2ment and ]approaching marriage of their /daughter' Jimmie Lee, .to Mr. i Robert L. Skipper of Magnolia. The bride-:Elect is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Cage Chisholm of Woodville and the late Mr. Jacob C. Erwin, and of Mrs. Gladys Alice Ruiz of Baton Rouge and the late Mr. E. W. Ruiz, Sr. She attended Rougon and Woodville schools, and i.s a graduate of Poydras High School of New Roads, La. She is employed by the Variety Shack in Woodville. Mr. Skipper is the grandson of Mrs. Rosa Morris and the late Mr. Van Morris :of Brewton, Ala., and of Mrs. Dora Skipper and the late Mr. Nathan Skipper of Magnolia. He is a graduate of Hahnvilie Hi, gh School of ,St. Charles Parish. La.. and is I )resently employed by tle Rosetta News vile. Mrs. John David Pullen and daughter, Jo Hannah, of Mat tlill ltomemakers Meet Natchez, Me.. and Mrs. Charles is ...... "k t Rymer and children of Surer.all, I Tle Mars mill omelna ers  and Mr Barney Rymer visited Club met at he home of Mrs. [, " , , : ' " ,e  Joaeh on Decembe'r 21) meir parem;s, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- y,. c '  '__ '",... don Rymer Christmas Day. a io a.m.u.uess were rccmveu J in the livin, g room which was Mr. D. N. William.s visited his. aglow wiCh Christmas deeora- son and daughte-m-law, ,Mr. tion,s, and Mrs. T. A. Willia:ms, in The meeting was called o Church Hill for the Christmas order by Mrs. Nine Sturdivant. Mirs. A. J. Johnson played Santa Page 3 2 visited Mr. and Mrs. Jckie : irnold in Baton Rouge Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs, Tommie Smi, th and son, Michael, of Zacharyi La., visited his parents, Mr. .nd Mrs. H. E. Smith, Clrist, mas weekend. J,effrey Sturdtvant of Dallas, Texas, visited his frand,parensi Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Stur- holidays. !divant, the past tw, o ,weeks Mr. and Mrs." T. D. Day an.d 1 Mrs. Tommie Day of lt. 1, Claus and distributed gifts, at which time "Secret Pals" were disclosed. Mrs. Leroy Smith won the door prize. A covered dish meal was served buffet s,tye, with gues.ts seated at a table which was covered with a handmade lace cloth. The Rev. Frank Leg getL gave the invocation, Thirteen members were pres- en,t and nime guests, Miss Ka,te Carter, Mrs. Leroy Smith, Mrs. William Hammack, Mr,s. Tommie Day, Mrs. Keller Greer and son, Calvin, the Rev. and Mrs. lrank Leggett, and Mrs. Helen Mc- Curley. The next meeting will be at i the home of Mrs. H. E. Smith on January 16. I The annual family oyster sup- per was enjoyed at the D. N. Williams ,home on Christmas Eve. In a setting of Christmas decorations the group enjoyed a boun, tiful buffet supper. Later, Darlene Spelghts played Santa Claus, distributing gifts to M,r. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, St., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., and daughter, Patty, Vis.ited their' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Goctwin. in South Carolina for Christmas, re,turn- ing hom:e .Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T, hemas William Ashley and sons, Tommy and Randy, of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children of St. Franeisville, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day .and ehilctren of Gon- zales, La., Mr. and .MRS. Adrian Day and son of Natchez, and i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brabham spent Christmas Day wit! their mother, Mrs. Louise Day. Mrs. Chaie.s Longmtre of Ba- ton Rouge, Mr. Ed McCarty of Gloster, and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Havard visi,ted Mr. R. V. Ferman Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig- head and childen of MontaGe, La., Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hinson and dau,'hter of Natchez, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tinsley and daughter of Clarksdale spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathi.s. Mr. and M, rs. Alton Harvester Crosby, and Mr. 'Charles Wes- berry of Ie.mphill, Texas, vls e' ited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. smithl Sunday. ': Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivan,t and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ed ,ward Byrd and daughter of Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mc J Graw and daughter of Wood- ville, Mr. and Mcs. Iarry Weatherly and children of Ridgecrest, La., ,Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Sturd,ivant of Liberty; ja.nd James Sturdivant of South::. ',west J,C wove home for he: Christmas holidays with eir pa:rents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom,mie G. Sturdivant. Mrs. Carol Boles and daugh- ter, Laurie Ann, of Baton Rougei. Mrs. G. A. McCoy of Jackson;' La., and Mr.s. Jolh.n P. Floyd and/ children of Gloster visited ,their mother, Mrs. George Greer, and Mr. reer Tuesday. :Mrs. H. E. smith visi,ted her niece, Mcs. L. H. Wilkinson in ' Jefferson Davis Hospital los.t/ I Wednesday. Mrs. Wilkinson is: the former Mi_:s Joyce Cavin. dau,ghter, April, Mr. and Mzs. David W. Williams and son, Van, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald MeCabe and daughtex, Kelly, Mrs. France I Breedlove, Mrs. Phillis Marie I Breedlove and sons, Edward and I Lloyd, and Mrs. Jessie Mac /Speights nd daughter, Darlene. ' The Rosetta MYF enjoyed a Christmas par,ty on Sunday, De- cember 19. A Christmas program was presented and .the members presented a gift, to their coun- selor, Mrs. Keller Greer. A wetner roast wa,s enjoyed on the churc,h la,wn and gifts were exchanged by drawing. Mr. Charles Rymer and chil- dren, Gerald, John and Debrah, of Sumrall visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, on Saturday. Mr. and lrs. Jesse lymer and children of Prairieville. La.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer and Mrs. Caswell MeCartney 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 Roler, Round Police DEpartment. ceremony is to be salem- on March 4th at le i Woodville Baptist Church. Since no invitations are being sent locally, friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend ! through this medium. ART EXHIBIT SLATED IN MCCOMB JAN. 7 LIQUID FEED TANKS ALUMINUM SIDING and ROOFING Selling At COST Custom-Made FEEDS To Your Order I I, ,n $/AIlIIL III100 I Rack of Men's and Young Men's $35.00 I Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Jan. 4- 6 ulf South Galleries will open a new exhibition on Sunday afternoon, January 7, 2 to 5 p.m., Hi- Pro in its MeComb Gallery. The f " 63c Artst who will exhibit their " %b. wo, rk are Lurline Slaughter of Silver City and Jane ollings- g 1,200 size ' "_ 15 Count worth of Jackson. Mrs. Slaughter is a pain,ter KLEENEX Daytime PAMPERS 85c whose canvases glow with warm, vibrant colors, whether .her images are abstract or the while or Color | 5 'oz. Armour shimmering impressions of I flower t,udies. She is head of 29c VIENNA SAUSAGE 2-51c public relations for the Missis- sippi r.t Colony and has had numerous exhibitions in the 9V4 oz. POPSRITE POPCORN, jar 22c 43c KOTEX, box 12 32 OZ. MOP & GLO $1.05 48 OZ. BLUE PLATE OIL 93c 26 oz. MORTON SALT 2 for 21c south and also in New York City. Mrs. Hollingsworth studied at the Art Institu.te of Chicago and for a number of years did commercial at work. Only in .the last two years has she begun to work in sculpture to create figures which, ,as ahe says, are people caught in the act of  being tshemrs,elves. There will be about eighteen or twenty o] these fabulous br.onzes on dis- play. N 'Dhe McComb Gallery is for.tu- Viva note to be amorg tl%e firs,t to exhibit this ceative artist's TOWELS * wo,00. The exhibition will remain in the gallex.y through January. Single Roll Northern __ Jumbo ........ TISSUE 4 for 39c ,, 3- 99c I CATCHINGS 6'/ z. Light Crust ' "" "'" - --"" "- /. .1 " Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 BISCUIT .MIX or , ' 1,. o. Ho ... CORN BREAD MIX 3 - 25c Woo,,,,,e. Mts.. THE VARIETY SHACK P/O Mutual Insurance AgeneYPhonejackson,52.BB151Vils,. Fire - Automobile Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Life Bonds Oliver W. CathinSs, r. I I Casual Slacks and Jeans 25% off BYs00zSeKn00tuShi 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 Lad00es' Shoes $1.99 up Dry Goods TREPPENDAHL'S Dept. II I I I ,lll, k. I ' i