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January 26, 1973

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Friday, January 26, 1973 HOSPITAL AUXILIARY DISCUSSED SUNDAY A me,cLing was held in the conference room of Field Me- HOMEMAKERS ORGANIZE COUNTY COUNCIL, ELECT OFFICERS TO SERVE T, he Homenarkers Clubs of mortal Community Hospital on Wilkinson County met on Sunday, January 2], which was Thursday, January 18, and or- a preliminary sta,e of orgamz- ganized a County Council. SiX,ing a hospital auxiliary. clubs were represented. ] Mr. Earl DuBose. hospital ad- Mrs. T. J. Cobb of Centreville ministrator, outlined the rune- ,Presided at this meeting and Lions of an auxiliary, how ant following officers were can be organ'ied, and how it elected to serve for one year: can serve the ho.piLaI. Rosa Duck. pre.sident; Mrs. I Helen Clark, vice president; Mrs., The group present dccided to Dunnam, secretry-treas- organize an auxiliary, and a 'urer; Mrs. Anna Lewis, You`th temporary chairman was named advisor; Mrs.. Wands Soileau, to d,ra,w up by-laws and name lutrition chairman; Mrs. Dor- a nominating committee. Othy McQuarter, Clo, chair- The orgafiizational meting an; and Mrs. Darothy Smith, will be held on Tuesday, Feb- EXhibits chairman. ,ruary 20, a 1 p.m. in the con- Plans were erawn up Ior the'L ference room of the hospital, Year's work. Meetings will be at ,which time officers will be held four Umes annually with elected. all clubs in the county partici- Pating. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vernon nAPpy HOMEMAKERS MEET Viitor Sunday to Mr. and Davis of Woodville announce the Ten members and one guest Mrs. WalLer Cavin were Mr. and of the Woodville Happy Home-IMrs" Russel Ford of Woodville, engagement and approaching :akers Club held their regul,arlMisse s Sherry and Wanda Cavn marrxe of their daughter, rteettng at 'the home of Mrs. [of Bton Rouge, and Miss Mary Mary Ann, to William Harrison Joy Whitaker on Thur3day, Jan- IAshley. McGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs. nArd. lB. _ , _ , I Recen`t guests in the home of Hiram S. McGraw of Centreville. ' .er a sneers business mee- Mr -nd Mrs H E Smith were Miss Davis is the granddaugh- lng oonducted by th e president, I,,"  ..... : ,;n.',, -.- Jr ter of Mrs. Mary Enis and the Mrs. Louise Dun,nam, there was l,n  ....  w.|prnrnnf La la.:: Mr. Jerry Enis of Woodvllle .............  .............. - .... ' and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee dscussmn he`ld on programs I Mrs. Sallie Cavin visi`tcd ,her Davis of Woodville. for each month of the coming son-in-law and dau,hter Mr. Yeav. - Mr. McGJraw is the grandson and Mrs. lobrL Hunter, ,and The ,door prize ,was won by Stacy in Natchez Friday. Mr. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mrs. Elaine Car.ter. . McGraw of CenLreville and of Delicious paxty fare was I Hunter has returned home fr,om the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip erved by the ho_tess after the the hospital and is doing fine Rothman. also of Cen,treville. ,husness meeting, now. The weddi,ng will take place The next meeting w.ill be held Mrs. Mattie W,hitehead of cn February 17th at six o'clock n the home of Mrs. Dunnam.  Natchez spn,t the day Thurs- in the evening at the Pioneer leporter, day with ,her sister, Mrs. Jennie B aptis,t Church. 'Since no formal invi.tations given on how to make bound are being issued, friends and MARS HILL HMC MEETS buttonholes, relatives are cordially invited The Mars Hill ,Homemakers Mrs. Wensel Taylor gave a t, hrough this medium o attend  " lub met in the home of Mrs. quiz on cold January, and Mrs. both ,the ceremony and .the re- lita Smith on January 17th Lela Hazlip won th e prize, ception which will follow at the with seven members present anti The hostess served congealed church. one visitor, Mrs. Tommie Day. sala.l, chips and dip with Coca The meeting was called to ,Colas. Arnold. Order by the preside nt, Mrs.. Inez The February meeting will be Sunday guests in the Lout Johnson, ,and leadership was held at the home of .lWrs. nez Arno],d ,home were his br`ter- The Woodville Republican, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Perrytown News Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazlip spent the day Saturday ith their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. a, nd ,Mrs. Kenneth Leake. and family in Clayton, La. Mrs. Ions Seward .and Mrs. Danelle Pritchard and chilcren, Vickie, Tommy and Gerald, of Vidalia, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr., of Ntchez vis- ited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Havard of Baton Roug e and. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Perry of Vidalia, La., visited their mother, Mrs. Emma Perry, for 'the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Duggar Hazlip of Hazlehurst spent ,the weekend ,here in their trailer and visited' his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cla.ude Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettles of Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. James A,nders and family of N,a`tchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders Saturday. Thomas Perry Woodville, Mississippi ' Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of Centreville. visited his paren`ts, 1Vr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sunday. Mrs. France Breedlov,e visi,ted Mrs. Jean Smith in Natchez Sa.turday and Sunday. Mr. T. A. Williams of Church Hill visited his sister, Mrs. Jessie Page 3- Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Mat Speights, Tuesday. This is the last week in which Mrs. Carey Berryhill of Natch- you can join ,the Civic Chub for ez and Mrs. M. R. Geer of Vi- 1972-73 and avail yotrlf of dalia. La., visited their mother the ,opportu, nity ,to purchase dis- and sister, Mrs. Bertha Stewart count Pilgrimage tickets on sale .and Miss Norma Havard. Thurs- during the month of February. day. I Membership closes January 31, Mrs. John David Pullen and next Wednesday. During the daugh'ter, Jo Hanna, of Natchez 1 month of February only tickets visited her parents, Mx. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sa.turday. Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry and aughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Barney Me.tcalf e in Cen,treville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gmer visited her brot.her, Mr. Joh Hauer, in Port Gibson where her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. H O. Sirre. of Pens.a- cola Fla., joined them on Sat- urday. Virgil Sturdivant. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivan% was ,honored at Pine Hills Acad- emy by being named to the 1972-73 All Conference footbM1 eam. He is a senior. Mr. anti Mrs. David Way]e Williams and son. Van, visiced .hex parch`iS. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant,, in Ferriday, La. Mrs. Lottie Murray of San Antonio, Texas, visited her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., one day the pas. week. Mrs. Bobby Joseph a,nd da'uh- ters ,el Natchez visited hex motto.r. Mrs. Grover Day, Friday and Sa.turday. Mrs. Thomas William Ashley and sons of Baton Rouge visited her mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Sa`turday and Sunday. Mrs. Ronald McCab e and her daugh`ter, Kelly, of GlosLer vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.harlie Brat- ham. Jr.. and Mrs. Louise Day visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Briest in St. Franci.sville Sunday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr.. and daughter, April, visited will be on sa.le a't Town Eall only. Maximum of 4 to a membec. ,Paid up members, as of Jan- uary 31 only. Adul, t tickets at $3.50. Student tickets at $1.75. Bus Tour To St. Francisville Pilgrimage The Woodville Civic Club will .sponsor a tour to spend the day on Saturd.ay, March 17, attend- ing the St. Franclsvllle Audu'bon Pilgrimage. T, he bus will leave Town Hall a.t 9 a.m. and will return at 4 p.m..approximaCely. Those interested in going on the .tour are asked to sign up as soon .as possible at any of the following locations: Town Hall, the Library, Woodville Paln`t Store or Cumbo's Frame Shop. You need not be a Civic Club member ,to joln the tour. DIXIE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW Cost of the tour will be $9.50, the ticket for the Pilgrimage being $5 .and the bus cost per person being $4.50. Bus Tour To Natchez Candlelight Tour If sufficient people sign up, the Civic Club will also sponsor a tour ,o Natchez one evenln:g for their candlelight tour. Costs will be approximately he s,ame as fox the St. Francisville tour. Please Sign up if you would like to go. Woodville Postcard It was announced a ,the re- cet board meeting ,that a Woodville postcard will be ready to go on sale for the Pilgrimage, Spocsored by ,the .Civic Club, 'the postcard ,will feature photograph of the Co urthotme Square and will sell fox 15c each or two for 25c. Latest Civic Club Members Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockebt, Mr. and Mr& C. H. Whittington, Mrs. D. A. Brannan, Mr, and Mrs. Mron Waddell, and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Flaccomio. REMEMBER  JOIN BEFORE JANUARY 31! OPENS FEB. 5th Second only to the Denver, Colo., show, the Dixie National Livestock Shrew will open at She Missiasippl State Fairgrounds/ Coliseum Complex February 5th. Now in its eighth year, ,the Dixie National Livestock Show Quarter Horse Show, Appaloosas is the fastest growing livestock Show, Paint Horse Show and event in the country. In 1966,. the Junior Round-Up compris- the first year of the Dixie ing cattle, hogs, lamb and dairy National, chert were 17 states divisions. ;representated with $80,000 in Admission to ,the livestock premiums. Last year entries, and agricultm:al product exhib- totaled over 4,2.00 in categories I its ' shows and sales is free. including cat`tle, swine and hore ,breeders from 40 states Mr. and Mrs. Thomas FelLer in with over $100,000 in premiums. Wodville FHflay. The 8th Annual Dixie National Livestock S,how will feature the ,world champion RCA Steiner Rodeo February 9-14 along with Little Joe Cartwright of tele - vision's Bonanza. Livestock competitions will include four star angus, brah- man, charolais, hereford, polled. hereford, santa gextrudis and shorthorn, Devon. Barrow.Show, New facilities have been added each year since 1966 to Farm Bureau ? . , discussed. A' demonstration was Johnson. -- Reporter. ir-law and sister, Mr. nd Mrs. I 0 Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Jan. 25 - 27 11 Ounce \\; COFFEE MATE 71c BAMA JELLY SALE! ' . 18 oz. Apple, Apple-Grape Apple-Blackberry or GALA " Apple-Strawberry TOWELS " Your Choice 33c each . I \\; Twin Pack I Del Monte 2 for 79c Pineapple-Grapefruit , ..... =. . DRINK, 46 oz. 35c Del Monte PRUNE JUICE, 32 oz. 67c 48 Ounce Blue Plate OIL 97c lVr. and ,Mxs. Buck Vines, son of Mr. and .and children, Wendy and Mr:s. Edgar Vines and a junior Tommy, of Natchez and Mr. and, at Pine Hills Academy,, was Mrs. Micky Perry and childre,n honeyed by being named, an All- visited Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Conference offensiv e guard. Perry Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray We send our sympa.thy to the of Leggett, Texas, visited his family of Mrs. Hazel Hazlip n father, Mr. Lucien Muxray, the the loss of .her bother, Mr. past weekend. Kennel Paxton, who passed Mr. and Mr...,T,.homas Perry away Saturday morqing in a and children, Pit and Wendy, hopi`tal in Belzonl. of Na,tchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Miss Cecelia Ogden Micky Perry Saturday. will be sorry to hear that s,he I ,,The Rosetta MYF met a five is a patient in Fteld Memorial lo clock Sunday afternoon at the Hospital in Centreville. At last[ church. The president, Darlene reports she was d, oing nicely Speights, called the mee,tig o and expects to be home soon. order, and secretary Dadrle Guests in the home of Mr. Johnson called the roll. Eight and Mrs. Willie Hzlip the past members wer present. The Sub- weekend were Mr,s. Ralph Sibley ,Di..trlct met,Ling on Monday, and son, Jeff, and a fxiend. Allen January 22, at Crosby United Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Methodist Church was disctssed, T, homas, Miss C,arol Crumholt, as wer e plans for .a ,trip to and Mr. Gerald Nauman, off of Natchez ,Friday to ,atead the Baton Rouge, and Mr. Bryant Hazlip of Natchez. Miss Evelya Thompson of Fay- ette spent the night lriday wi,th her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Perry.  *'ll. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stur- divant and children, J0anie, lay and Ch/p, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson and grand- daughter, Shane, f Natchez visited `their mother, Mrs. Nin,a Sturdivant, Sund,ay. Mrs. Dlann e LaBlache and baby are making theist home with her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. James Ogden, af, ter losing her husband in an .automobile acci- MORTON SALT 2 for 23c  d'eMtr, and Mrs. Nelson Terrell  on,co ,Hazllp '.of Baton Rouge vis- : ited Mr. and, Mrs. Barney Hazlip 30 gal. Totem " Sunday. TRASH BAG S, 10 for 59c ' GIANT Mr. Phroh Perry and his inssN.atchez Wecnesday on busi- FAB . I Mr. ,and Mrs. Wade Brown of Crsby vlsited hel son, and 1 00 ft. 18" K.v.P. I ' ,  J da:ughter-tn-law, 'Mr. and Mrs.. Z k j Ralph Wilson, and family Sun- :FREE E R PAPER 99c ' 75c , % o. 00o00o,oo of roodvtlle, Mr, and Mrs. James Reeves of Crosby, and Mr. 46 oz. Hunt%. ,., :. and Mrs. Davis Longmire and children visited their mother, TOMATO JUICE 43c Mrs Pearl Johnson, Sunday. THE VARIETY SHACli Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 production of "Pilgrim's Prog- ress." Mr. and Mra. M. R. Greer and Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Greer of Vidalia, ,La., vlslted Mr. and Mrs. George Ger and Mrs. Bertha Stewart Sun, day. Mr. John Hauer of Po,t Gib- so:n visited his brother-in.-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Greer, last Sunday. .Mrs. Gurvis. As,hley is a paten`t in Field Mernorial Hospl.tal in Centreville this week. We wish her an, early recovery. Mr. Darwin Klar. of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie J. Klar ,and childxen of Brook- haven visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ennest Kl,ar, Jr., he past weekend. '. Mrs. Arlee Wisner ,and chil- dren, David, Earl, Wands, nl Teresa, of Jackson, La., and Mrs. Pat Huffgf Baton .Rouge visi,ted Mr. ,.nd iIrs. Lbyd Forman, Jr., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul $erman, Sr., tteaded the Ch.arlle Prlde Sliow at LU in Baton ,luge Sunday. ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Piest and children of St. Francisville vis- ited he" mother and br,ot2er- in-law and sis,tot, Mrs. Louise Day and Mr..and Mrs. Ch.arlie Brbham, Jr., FNday and Su%- urday.  Dallas, Texas. Gordon lyer, of Roseta.  We exten.d our deepest syn- Mrs. Myrtis Perry and Mrs.jpathy ,to the families of Mr. Wensel Taylor a'ttended thelJames Nettles a, nd to Mr. and wedding of Mr. Brney BoydMrs. Gurvis hhley in, the ,loss Taylor n Zachary, La., Satur-!of theix li,ttl e baby May God day night. \\; I be with you in ,your sorrow. Vlsitiiag Mrs, Wensel Taylor I Mr. Louis As.hiey was a recent last weekend were her son, Mr,]gu,es.t of Mr:'Otis Jackson on Oozed Demo, and farad  of pperBuffalo. accommodate .the increasing de- mands of ,the show. This year a pen bull bairn is saheduled for comple'tion by openin date. The new barn is equipped with portable stallsallowln,g it o be used for almost any .type of event. According 'to H. . An- nison, Dixie National general mazager, ",the new bar will house horses this year, if com- pleted in time." In addition to the pen bull barn, additional parking areas have been fenced, and will be lighted and paved as soon as weather will permit. INSUkANCE COMPAN IES "Owned By Those It Serves" * Fire-Auto-Life * Inland Marine * Farm & General Liability * Workmn's ComPensation I{ICHAI{D FLACCOMIO Woodvllle, Miss. Box 444  Ph. 888-3661 or 4612 II II III I I I II MR. FARMER: Soybeans will be at top price at harvest time 1973. Be assured of a good crop with top quality seed from Adams County Co-Op. Supply is limited, so contact us now. ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP Day 442-7488 -- Phones - Night 442-8430 John Stegall, Manager 1 Wilson Road Natchez, Miss. I '1 I I I II L'o A'. s ' From$100 o:t $50001 Co soil Loans Bill n dating Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much ,As V to / And Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Depot Street inc. ,2011