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&apos;. : 4, Friday, February 9, 1973 MAKES DEBUT IN JACKSON m ,)' Among the young ladies who c4!':aade their .debut .at the pre- Charles Thoma N,tterville of .: h011day Debutante Ball in Jan Woodville. i,.0n was .Miss Elizabeth A Mis Nettcrvillc graduated ;..!ettervtlle. i from Murr;h Hi?;h School where 'ii'i: 'She is the daug]ter of Dr. she was.a member of tim Munrah Mrs. Rush E. Netterviile of Misses and the Thespiafi So- Crne Boulevard. Jackson. ci,ety. She has been a member 'I'Ier ,maternal grandparents are of the, Jacks.on Ballet Guild for he late Mr. and Mrs. John six years. She was a member of lckle McAllister of Mr. Pleas- the Jackson Cotillion Club and ant, N. C. Ie'10aterrial grand- was a'm, aid in the CarnivalBall. arents are Mrs. Jennie Me- ,he i:s now a sophomore at Crine Netterville and the lte Texas Christian University, Ft. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Perrytown News ` I Mrs. Nint Sturdivant spent several days in Natchez last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivanf and children and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sturdivant and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Duggar Hazlip and daughter of Hazle- burst spent the weekend here in their trailer. Mr. Davis Perry of Vidalia, La.. visited his mother, iVrs. Emma Perry, Wedne:sday. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry of Gonzales. La., and Mr. and M.rs. Micky Perry and children vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. P,hroah Perry Sunday. Mrs. Claude Johnson visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ival Johnson, in Centrevillc Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Ande,rs visited their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James An- ders. a,nd children in N'atchez Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff. Mr. John Ogden, w,ho attends Southwest Jurior College, vis- ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ogden, last weekend. Friends of Mrs. Carrel Ray Hu.ff will be sorry to know that she was scheduled to undergo surgelT in Jefferson Davis Hos- pital in Natchez Monday. We end get-well wishes to her. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant and children, Annie .and Chris. of Natchez visited their mother Mrs. Nina Sturdivant, on Sun- day. Mr, and Mrs. Willia,m Hazlip and daughter, Beverly, of Natch- ez visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jchnson and Mr. and Mrs. John Dugar Hazlip Sunday. Mrs. Lela Hazlip attended a surprise birthday dinner honor- ing her sister. Mrs. Wilhelmina Hazlewood, in Liberty Wednes- day. Most of her sisters and brothers were there to enjoy Vhe bountiful dinner and wish .her many happy returns of the day. Guests in the home of Mrs. Pearl Johnson last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Balon Rouge, Mrs. Emma Bryant of Darrington community, Mr. Worth. where she is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha srority. She was a ballet ins.tructor at The Summit C,amp for Girls, Cedar Mountain, N. C., in the summer of 1972. lR'lln00 Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Feb. 8 - 10 Mississippi FIFE - RYAN NUPTIAL VOWS SAID IN TEXAS Nor,thview Christian Church in Taylor, Texas, was the settin ,Sunday afterroon, January 7. for the marriage of Mi.ss Diana Lea Ryan of Taylar and Melvin L. Fife of Ba'ton Rouge and Dallas. Mr. Mark Berrier, a pro- fessor at the Dallas Christian College where both le brid.e and groom ,are students, offici- ated, e ceremony having been ,written by the bridal couple for ,their own wedding. The bride, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen Ryan of Taylor. is a graduate of Taylor High School and is a college senior majoring in Christian Education: ,Mr. lVlfe, sorl of Mr. hd Mrs. Clemens L. Fife of Baton Rouge and grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dannie H..Car,tot o Woodville, is ,u graduate f Istrouma High School in Baton Rouge and, is a ministerial stu- dent at Dallas Christian College. He has completed his milLtary ,service and spent *ourteen ,mon.ths in Vietnam. Church decorations w e r e marked by beautiful simplicity, with red roses in profusion and ligh, ted taprs in multi-branched candelabra decorating the c.han- col. tended her sister as maid of honor, Br:desmaids were Miss Kryss White of Abilene and Miss Nancy Brothers of Fort Worth. Little Miss Li,a Simcik of Round Rock was flower girl. The aLendan,ts were gowned in ,royal blue crepe fashioned with ruffled yokes with the ruf- flc:s rpeat,'d on the deep cuffs of the long eleeves and at the 1]emline of .the Tull skirts whic swept into a shor,t rain. Dennis Clifton of Housto:n at- tended Mr. Fife as best man. Oroomsm,n were Jimmy Fife of Baton Rouge and David Clifton of Houston. and s e:tting guests were Clifton P,reus of Taylor and Ben Carroll of Ardmore, Ok}ahoma. ,Paul Kretzmeier of Taylor carried the rings, and liAhting the candles were Misses Becky Preuss and Melodie Slagle, both of Taylor. Mr. Ryan entered with his daughtei" and gave her in mar- riage. Her w,edding gown of sheer velvet was fashioned along princ,ss lines, with Edwardian neckline and Gibson sleeves, the latter deeply cuffed The Alen con lace edging on tile collar. sleeves and skirt hem was out- lined in 'eed pearls, and the skirt swept into a chapel train. Her waist-length multi-,tiered ( .f. %,. Jim Dandy Mrs, of Austin Roy 'Buzza,rd veil extended frmn a cap of Regular or Quick played the piano program of pearls and she carried a cas- GRITS 45c music and accompanied, the eade of whie rose,s. soloist, David Norris of Houston. Mrs. Ryan chose a formal Miss Donna Kay Ryan at- gown in spring print, while Mrs. Blue Plate \\;   Fifo wore a blue and green, en- \\; , Diamond 1 2 ' and Mrs. James ' Reeves and semble with mtchin,g .de.cos- Maynnaise I ALUMINUM FOIL 21c Joan o,f Cros,by, and Mrs. Davis series. Each wore a cccsage of Longmire and children, Reid white roses. and Kevin, of loster. The weddin. reception was Mrs. Sally Cobb of Crosby vie- held in. the home of the bride s _. 63c Wagner 32 oz. ORANGE DRINK 2- 55c Hunt's Sliced or Halves PEACHES, 300 2 - 49c Jumbo BOUNTY TOWELS 3 - $1 White, 48 oz. UID DETERGENT 53c ited her brother-in-law a,nd sis- paten,is. Decorations of roses ter, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip, and greenery added Lo the es- Friday. tivc occasion. Mrs.. John ,Robert Murray and F, or their wedding trip, the child.ren, Sherri and Dean, were lbrid e wore a brown ensemble, in Natchez Saturday on bus{- Ihe plaid jacket topping a solid nose. I brown sMrt, with accessories, in Mr. and ,Mrs. Willie Hazliplbrown and a corsage of white were In Natchez one day last I rosebuds.--Taylor (Texas) Daily week on business. Ipress. mr il I I I II I  -- NEW SHIPMENT 'Breast O' Chicken, Chunk TUNA V2 size 49c Open Pit 18 oz. 1 Regular or Lemon" Hickory or Regular SAR-B-Q SAUCE 3Sc PLEDGE | 00oz. l ,i any kind 79c ]J OF SOUP 35c Light Crust, 61/2 oz.: BISCUIT MIX 3 - 25c THE VARIETY SHA11 WOODVILLE, MISS. 888,4282 at your WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE" Refrigerators Upright Freezers / Chest Type Freezers and More. Come See Us NOW! WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE "The Family Store" ' P. O. Box 697 ,. ' .Phcne 888-3911 odville, MSS. Page 3 Woodville CIVIC CLUB News A meeting of the board of directors of the Civic Club will be held next Monday evenin,g, Febr.uary 12, at 7:30 at the Hcal, th Center. TV Appearances Four guest show appearances have al.ready been scheduled o promote the 1973 Pilgrimage. The appearances will he: March 7, Wednesday, Channel 3 Jackson WLBT-TV "Coffee with Judy" 9 a.m. March 7, Wednesday, Meridian WTOK-TV "Potpourri" 3:30 p.m. March 19, Monday, Channel 2, Baton Rouge, W,IZ-TV "Midday in Louisiana" Noon March 21, Wednesday, Channel 7. Hattiesburg, WDM-TV "Mi2day with Mary Poref' Noon Mr. Paul Iabig is p,reparing  a set of 24 slides, which will be to receive their check which will be used to d,fray the expenses of purchasing the many bulbs, l azaleas and bedding plants for Ihighway plantings, as well as ]our newspaper advertising cam- paign, February ONLY Pilgrimage Ticket Sale @ Civic Club me.mbers as of 1/31/73) only @ Maximum of four tickets per member for $14 total) @ Adult tickets at $3.50 @ Student tickets at $1.75 Bus Ticket To St. Francisville Pilgrimage, Saturday, March 1 An all-day tour with your bus as a home away from home. Leave Woodville at 9 a.m, re- turn about f, our or five p.m. Visit 5 hotses and. 3 gardens. Lunch at ff, ackson Hall. Please sign up as soon as possible. Bus ticket deposit will :h:wn, of Woodvllle and the I be required for reserv,aton. Bus ticket per person $4.50 appearance.Fi}Irimage attractions at each I Pilgrimage ticket $5.00 Membership I ign up at Town Hall, 'the We list this week the last of lLibrary or the Woodville Paint the new members who joined iStre the Civic Club during the recent membership drive for 1973, Natchez Candlelight Tour vchich ended on January 31. T, he i Thursday Evening, April .membership has grown to 302 The Civic Club ill also spon- from 21.2 last year. We owe an sor a tour to the new candle- especial debt of gratitude to light toux in Natchez being ield for the first time. Thursday ]Mrs. Charles Cumbo, who as membership chairman waged t such a :successful campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bell, Mr. and iVrs. H. L. Stutzmaa, Miss Ann Price,t, iYrs. Otto Jen- .sen. Mrs. Ann Wilkerson, Mrs. Belly vans, Mr. and Mrs. Sid- ney McGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Prlne, Mr. and Mns. Calvin Cage, ,Mrs. Eva B. Stockett, Mr. and Mrs..pat Leake, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Neylamd. Pilgrimage Lunches The Jaycees and Jaycettes will again .this year prepare a bar- becue for Pilgrimage and Art Show visitors on Sunday, March 25. On Saturday the Home Dem- onstration Clubs will prepare a lunc.h. For the moment we have Fri- day lunch open for whichever club or church might be n,ter- ested. Please let Mrs. ,Ray Farrar know if y, our org.anization de- sires to participate. Generous Donation The Jaycees and Jaycettes re- cently sent to he Civic Club a very generous ca.,sh donation which was the proceeds of their last year's Pilgrimage barbecue. We are delighted and rateful night, April 5 has been selected as .a convenient evening for most Woodvillians. Don't drive at night -- enjoy the bus trip. Tour will include Cottage Garden, The Bankers House. Presbyterian Manse, Dixie and Texada, and a Natchez our guide will accompany the Wood- ville Civic Climb entourage, Bu, s will leave Woodville at 6:15 p.m. and ,return at approximately 10 '. 45 p.m. Bus tickets $4.50 Candlelig, ht tour $7.00 A..ain the bus ticket deposit will be recluired when you sign u,p at Town Hall, bhe<itibrary or :the Woodvllle Paint Store. Mrs. Man, hall Treppenda, hl, accompanied by Miss Jarice Tower of Alexandria, La., went 'to Jackson the past weekened to visit Miss Jamsie Treppen- dahl, Mrs. Glen R. Whetstone, Jr., and daughter. Catherine, and her mother. Mrs. O. W. Catch- ings, spen,t the weekend at Co, lumbus visiting another daugh- ter, Miss Frances W.hetsto& 1 ! A Fantastic SALE! up to 75% OFF on some items Junior Dresses Ladies' Dresses Sportswear Slacks Blouses Coats Formal Wear See our $1.00, $3.00 and $5.00 tables