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&apos;Friday, January 19, 1973 MRS. D. N. REDHEAD IS SPEAKER FOR JUNIOR I. R. CLUB AT NICHOLAS IIOME I O.E.S. INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS Mrs. Martha Davis and J A. Nowell were installed as worthy The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi BUFFALO HOMEMAKERS MEET AT ItOME OF MRS. MARY NETTERVILLE The January meeting of the Buffalo Homemakers Club was held on Tuesday, January 16. at the home of Mrs. Mary Netter- ville with nine members pesent. The collect was given by Mrs. Lena Lanehart. Inasmuch as this was ,the firs,t meeting of the year, a rather len,,thy business discussion was had to complete old business and get organized as to places of meeting and topics or theme.s for the year's .schedule. During this time Mrs. Sallle Smihh preented suggestions for deas s.howing several finished prod- ucts and brought the reques`t so participate in the County Coun- cil meetings, the Sew Fair which " The home of Mrs. Geo$ge H.]mat,ron and worthy patron for '' Nicholas was the attractive se- 1973 of Woodville Chapter 265 `tin,g f,o': a regular meeting of Order of the Eastern Star, a,t the Junior Irwin ,Russell Club an open installation in the Ms- last Friday afternoon, January sonic Hall, Wo.cdville. 12. Co-hostess for the delightf'ul Other officers installed were: occasion was Mrs. Frank E. Bell. Mrs. Phyllis &eter, associate ma- A large bowl of Purple Dawn tron: Gordon Getcr, associa,te c%,mellias artistically arranged patron; Mrs. Ann Durham, sec- in triangular form with clipped retary; O. B. Beverly, treasurer; Pine was the :ocal point of the Mrs. J. A. Nowell, conductress; ' decoration in the living room Mrs. Ruby Beverly. associate is being planned for spring, the Where fourteen members and cenductrcss: Mrs. Leona Lump- Home Improvement. Show and Mrs. Nicholas' mother, M,rs. S. O. kin. chaplain: Mrs. Edna Net- Tell program being planned, a,nd 8tockett, were seated to hear terville, marshal; Mrs. Myrtle the Medicaid Children's Clinics. an authoritative program given Stockett, organist: Mrs. Eliza- Mrs. Vi,rginia Cavin presented a by an excellent speaker, Mrs. beth H.pson. Ado: Mrs. Josie request to help with the Country D. N. Redhead of Centreville.  Lewis, Ruth; Mrs. Mildred Leake. Store of the Patlons League Having attended the Williams- Esther; Mrs. Doris Habig, Mar- during the Pil.rimage. burg Artique Forum which last tla: Mrs. Jewel Lcake. Electa: Mrs. Netterville served very : :ear had as its subject, "Art in Mrs. Elaine Carter, warder; and tasty refreshments during the the South," Mrs. Redhead passed Louis Netterville, sentinel, social time. Reporter. on to her listeners a reume of Out-of-town guests .were Mr. net put .ca silver un'til later, and advised her audience to cherish any old Southern silver tley niay have in their poe.sion. The grace of the Sent,hem architecture embel,lishsd with UNITED METHODIST WOMEN TO OBSERVE CALL TO PRAYER Uni'ted Methodist Women of the Woodville Methodist Church the studiness and beauty of the will hold one of their most fu, rnishings by the Southern important annual observances artists, painters, cabinetmakers, next week: The Call to Prayer silversmiths, all work together and Self-Denial More than 1.5 in the picture of the plantation million wome:n in 34,0.00 local days ,of the Old South. a picture units in all 50 states will join What the artisans of the Old SOUth left for posterity. Attend- nee at the Forum, which ,origi- nated in 1949, is a coveted privi- lege which requires a waiting list. The life style and leisure of the Sou, them way of life in ,the 18th and early llPth centuries, Vchil.e m no .way indicating in- dolence, was characterized by an appreciation of and demand for quality. Tl:e answer to this demand for quality as it in- fluenced the S.ou,th's furniture, Silver and ,textile industries was Presented in a forceful way in 1Yrs: Redhead's discussion. Cherry, walnut and maple "were used before mhoga'ny ,by in .the observance. The Call, inspired by special nission needs and by 'the op- portunities to be made possible, focuses on prayer, a deepened spiritual life, and a guided mis- _<ion study.,Mae,r events of the of which we can be justly proud, the speaker said. For refreshments, Mrs. Nicho- las and Mrs. Bell invited their guests into the dining room where the long table was cen- tered witt  lovely pyramid a,r- .the Southern artisans in ,the rangement of Purple Dawns. A furnit'ure trade, but it Is by the red bird and a pair cf silver secondary wood used that the candlesticks w]th red tapers were !ocation of .their construction is placed to each side of the floral revealed; white pine for one decoration. Ouests were :,eated section, poplar for another, to enjoy'party fare which fea- lrs. Redhead enumerated a tured shrimp salad, hot roll2d Page 3 ob.,:ervance include the Quiet Day and an interpretation of the mission projects in the United States and abroad for which a special offering will be made. Each woman who takes part is asked to give for others by denying herself and ,to cul- CORNETTE-LEBLANC NUPTIALS SET IN CLINTON Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P. LeBlanc of Clinton, Louisiana, announce the engagement .and approach- ing m.anriage of their dau, g,hter, Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. L-{verne Pettit Woodville CIVIC CLUB News The board of the ,Civic Club advertising eampaign and pro- met, last Monday night and motional campai,gn via television heard various reports on club guest appearances. activities all of which will be Newspaper advertisements will repor`ted here in hts column appear in The Natchez Demo- this week and next week. crat, The Times Picayune, The Membership Drive Jackson Daily News and Clarion The second year membership Ledger, The Baton Rouge Sun- drive which has heen success- day Advocate, and the Vicks- fully headed by Mrs. Charles burg Sunday Pc.st. An ad will Cumbo will end on Jnuary 31. also be placed in he Na`tchez .j Democra,t profile edition which February Ticket Sale I will be issued on February 24 Discount Pilgrimage Tix! and which is seas ,throughout The board woted unanimously the court, try. to have an advance sale of Pil- Magazine inser'tions are grima.ge tickets .sold at a dis- planned in 'This Week in Baton count fer Civic Cl:b members Rouge, This Week in New Or- only during the month of Feb- I leans" and "This Week in J.ack- ruary. Each ,member can pur- chase up to four tickes '--- ,they son." usually sell for $5 but during February they will be sold at $3.50, and student tickets a,t $1.75. February only .... Civic Club members only .... Maximum of four tickets ..... Tickets will be available only at Town ,Hall and mus.t :be pur- Hospitality Booth Planting has begun on She highway and at ,the intersec- hi,ghway and at the :Hospltali'ty Booth in readiness f, or the in- flux of viJltors at Pilgrimage time. The Mississippi Fores.try Con:- mission has donated pine ,vrees to be planted as a ,background Cheryl Ann. to Malcolm Ellis of Centreville visited Mr. and chased here. Cornette, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Greer Thursday. I You mus be a paid-up mem- for ,the booth. Robert E. Cornette of Darling- Mrs. Boyce Dover and dough-/bet by.January 31st for the 1972- We are grateful for the con- ton, Louisana. ter. Tracy, of Woodville and 73 year in order o qualify. 'tinned effort's of ,three remark- The wedd.ng ceremony will `be Mrs. Pat Huff of Ba;ton Rouge uu-o-town .......... memoers ann m- able. individuals, who. h.ave ere- held on February 3 a't 11 o'clock visi'ted Mr. a, nd Mrs. Lloyd For ......................  ..... ated ,the fine norticuttural dis- cai mem,uers 30 ,UeSll'lIlt o, lll,y . plays both uptow, at the water in .the morhing at Our Ldy of man, Jr., Saturday. i order by mail :to the Woodville . Assumption Catholic Church in Clinton. [ Mr. and Mrs. Janes Living- ._,r, ,,h'h --wv ,n x,,,,a,m,,.,,,,,lowert_ ; and fibre station and on stcn of IIammond, La., visi4ed Ms 39669 ne oypass itself. Their conari- Eriends and relatives are in- her mother. Mrs. Bob Keller, " " butions have been enormous in v ited to attend through this Saturday and Sunday, 1973 Pilgrimage ].time. and labor  Mrs. S. O. medium. Mr. Lloyd Forman, Jr.. visited A report was made at M, on- lStockett , Mr. R. C. Kaigler, ann his aunt. Mrs. Athiie Williams, day's meeting on the planned Mr. Ben Shaifer Jones. Mars Hill News Mr. Michael Cavn and son, Pat, of Na,tchez visi.ted his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Cavln, and his aunts, Mrs. Clyde Nettles aa,d Mrs. Morris Nebtles, on Silver Creek Sun,day. Mr. Johnny Day and family son and daughier-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Ashley, of Ridgecres,t, La., .and Mr. Aaron Ashley of Gloster. Mrs. Jimmy Openshaw of Hens'ton. Texas, who has been pending a while here with her mother, Mrs. Emma Bryant, left Friday for home. She called ual oneness with pl.anners, mis- in Gonzales, La.. and Mr. and sion workers, and those served Mrs. Richard Murray in Baton in church-related ministries. Rouge Monday and Tuesday. The ,Call .to Prayer and Self- Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith Denial for Methodist women of and son. Michael. of Zac:ary, Woodville will be held t 7:30 La.. vi-ted his portents. Mr. and p.m. on Monday, January 22, at Mrs. H. E. Smith, Saturday. the home of Mrs. J. M. Sessions, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams III. and dau,-hters, Barbara, Wands, The Women's Division of lhe Shirley and Lynn, and Miss Lesa United Methodis`t Board of number of silversmiths of tl]e cheese sandwiches, fruit cake time in Natchez and in New Or- with whipped cream, andies, tivate throug.h prayer a sphrit- Glo:bal Ministries ponsors 'the e ' eans nd 'stressed that their tea and coffe . , Call to Prayer and Self-Denial Work wins equally as good as that The club will meet again on and Mrs. Robert Nichols of and has designated two aspects of Virginia and Maryland. She January 2th with Mrs. G. R. Raleifl N.C., brother-in-law cf the large Uni,ted Methodist lisplayed ,a number of tlelr Whetstofle, Jr., and Mrs. H. Era- and sister ot Mrs. Mabha Davis mission program to ,benefit from Plece.s, stating Shot Sterling was]erzon Berryhill as Co-hos,tesses. and Mrs. Louis Netterville: this year's special offering: 1. In the United States ,the offering will be used to repair and improve mission properties and to renew programs of Chris- McNeese of McCom`b visited his sisters, Mrs. E. L. Forman, Mrs. France Breedlove. and Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights, Saturday and Sunday James urdivant left Satur- day to visi't his broth erqn-law and sls`ter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd, in Natchez. He planned to g, on to Northeast Louisiana University to enter the the see- Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Jan. 18- 20 1i 1 ii  Prairie Belt 9V2 oz. OIL SAUSAGE 35c :'i Heavy Beef _ Heinz 32 oz. LOIN STEAK K00GO CATSUP 63c nn I $1.25  roll pkg. D00:LSEY TISSUE 2 for 57c Angel Food Plain or Self Rising FLOUR, 5 lbs. 67c DEL MONTE SALE! ,303 29c Armour. 3 oz. POTTED MEAT 2 for 29c ' F Pride :of lllinoii'*. CUT )BEANS, 303 29c White or Golden I CORN I Sliced . |: 303 cans i PINEAPPLE, No. 2 37c 5 for $1 .e i 46 Ounce , Pineapple JUICE 33 Till VARIETY SIIACI( Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 tian mission Through these in- end semester. ,trumentalities the renewal of Mr. D. N. Williams el.sited his lives in .the name of Christ is son .and daughter-in-law, r. sought as well as a trengthened and :Mrs. T. A W, ilti, ams, in Chrl.tian presence in oopera- Church Hill Saturday and Sun- tire community efforts..Mission day. facilities are in eons`tant use and .demands for help increase daily. It is the belief of the Women's Division ,that mission programs, to be effective, must be sensitive to ,the varying conditions and ,needs of their surrounding communities, and staffs mus't be ready to work in new or old directions and com- binations. 2.,Oerseas the .pecial offer- ing will be used for leadership ,training for women. This will enable w, omen around he world I,to follow earlier Chr.s,tianS in I carrying on the esponsibility of training other women for lead- ership "roles in family, church, community, and civic life,. A woman receiv, in,g such training has often passed it on .to her whole community, United Methedis,t Women is ,the uccessor body to two for- m, er denominational women's groups: the Women's Society for Christian erv.le and the We's- leyn Service Cuild, and is re- 1,steal to the Women's Division bf the Uni,ted Board of Global. Ministries. Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe, in Certreville Friday. Mrs. Jimmie Haygood of Pas- cagoula visited her paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Erne-'t Klar, Jr., the past weekend, Mr. William Rymer and son, Todd. of Natchez visied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Je,rry Rmer of Cen.t,revllle vlslted his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Ra`bb of Wa, terproof, La., and Mrs. Jen- hinge Murray of Baton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith Friday. Mrs. E. J. Welsh and Mrs. Jimmy Merrill and daughter, Donna, of Baton Rouge visited Mrs. Welsh's mothcr, Mrs. Bob Keller, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jaekie Arnold of Ba'ton Rouge el'sited her brother .and sis.t'ers, Mr. Arlee Aronld, Mrs. Atten ,Harvester, and ,Mrs. Earl Fanrebee, Satur- day. ' I I ! FO R SALE WOODVILLE BUSINESS Established in 1936 Sale to include building and equipment, or equipment alone. For More Information Phone 888-2411 or 3631, Woodville of Natchez were Sunday guests of his parents, N. and Ms. WMter Day. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jen- nings Cavirn Friday were Mr. and iVrs. Nolan Rabb of Wa, ter- proof, La. Sunday guests of Mrs. Sallle I Coven were her daughter, Mrs. I Rober't 1unter, and Stacy, of I Natchez. - I Visi, tlng Mr. and :Mrs. H. J. Ashley .on Sunday were their ,to Sell ,her mot:her that they had arrived safe and had three inches of snow, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold visited his brother-in,law and siter, Mr. and M, ;,Grdon Rymer, in Rosetta Friday ew- nlng. er, Mr. Hoy, t Holl oway, and his wife of Ferrtday, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Joe Johnson and children of Doloroso, and other frlends, State Bank No. 85-442 Consolidated Report of Condition of 4" Commercial Bank of Woodville in the State of Mississippi and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on December 31, 1972. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $7,514.65 unposted debits) ............................................... $1562,548.63 U. S. Treasury securities ....................................................... 852,250.00 Obligations of States and political s.ubdivlsicn.s ............. 2,0,33.25 ederal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ............................................................ 859,900.00 Other loans ................................................................................  4,285,058.08 Bank premises, furniture ad fixtures, ad other assets reprentlng ,bank prermses ................................ 32,352.94 TOTAL ASSETS .................................. $9,{]47,842.90 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of Individuals, pa.rerhps, and corporations .............................................................  ..... $3,)16,129.48 rime and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................................. 4,3r/,620ff8 Deposits of united States Government " 19,259.58. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ................ 1,272,fi3230 O'ther liabilities ........................................................................ 26,20.1.8{} (a) Total demand deposits' ....... . .................. $,,045,021.36 (b) rotal time nd savings deposits ........ $4,700,520.78 TOTAL DE:POSITS ..............................  ............. $8,745,042.14 tOTAL LIABILI:ES ................................................................ $8,771,844.00 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on. lons (set up pursuant to Internal levenue Service rulings) ............................ $ 52,672.83 TOTAL IESEVES ON LOAS AND SECJTIES ...... $ 52,672.83 "," CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total ................................................................ $ 823,326.07 Common s,tock - ttal par value ......................................... $ 210,,:D0.00 (NO. shares authorized 4,200)' (No. shares outstanding 4,200) Sn:dePiv!}do' ................... prof!,t.s ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 605,000.00 .r   : ' 7,672.ff 'r':": r eon0000ngon01es and other capital reserves .... 05:.000 : TOTAL CAPITAL AO00O:TS , 823,3200:07! TOTAL LIAB:LITIEB, REERVF_, AND C,PITAL ACCOUN'S ........................................................ $9J MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending wlh call date ............................................................ $8,1 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days .ending with call da`te ......................... . .................................. $5,289 I, Charles A. Plltt, Jr., Assistant Cashier, of the above bank, do solemnly swear that this report of cndition is correct, to the. best of my knowledge anal belief. Correct-At,tet: Charles A. Plitt, Jr. T. M.  Bryan James M, Sessions, IIL Richard T, Watson E. M. Kee, Jr. C. E: Catchings. M.,D. " ' n Directors ttte of Sworn to 1973, and r