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February 16, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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February 16, 1973

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Friday, February 16, 1973 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. Willie Smith of Wood- vllle announces the engagement and appzoaching marriage of ,her 6au,ghter, Barbara Ann, to Mr. Jimmy E. Grant of Gulf- CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND MAD HATTERS BRUNCH For their spring outing, the Junior Irwin Russell Club at- tended the Mad Hatters' Brunch port. The wedding will be sol- at the Capit:ol House in Baton emnized in Hazlehurst on Fri- day, February 16. The Mad Hatters' organization Miss Smith and Mr. Grant works with the mentally re- are employed a the Mississippi tarded, and this affair was a Rehabilitation Center for the benefit performance for ,that Blind in Hazlehurst and will project. continue to make their home A style how of spring and there, summer fashions was presented On Saturday morning, Feb- by Goudchauz's Department ruary 24, between the hours of Store, and each model also wore 10:00 and 1,1:3D, Mrs. Smith will jewelry especially designed for 'entertain at an Open House at her home in .the Lanehart com- nunity in honor of ,the young cOUple. As no invitations are being issued, rie.nds and rela- tives are cordially invited through this medium. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslssippi STEVEN ARD NAMED WCCA STAR STUDENT NAUMAN-CRUMHOLT VOWS IN BATON ROUGE Miss Carol Ann Crumholt of Bat, on Rouge, .the randdaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Haz- lip of community, was married' on February 9th to Mr. Gerald Keith Nauman. The mar.riage was solemnized at the Blackwater Methodist Church with the Roy. William C. Blakely reading he vows. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ralph Sibley and best man Mr. Sibley, aunt and uncle of the Rouge on Tuesday, February 6. bride. Parents of the ,bride are Me. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt. Mr. Nauman  the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will{am L. Nauman, also of Baton Rouge. A small reception was held afterwards at the home of the bride. Glenburnie Resfaura:nt BENEFIT SUPPER FOR their outfit by Jules Medere. Five members ,of the local club WCCA GYMNATORIUM drove down to Baton Rouge to AT SCHOOL FEB. 23 enjoy the event, Mesdames S. B. Ctrry, David Bramlette, H. E. The Woodville Jaycettes will Berryhill. E. M. Kee, Jr., and sponsor a Bingo and Chili Sup- R. P. Smither. per Benefit on Friday, February 23, at WCCA. The proceeds of the benefit will go towards ,the gymnatorium. The chili supper will begin at 6 p.m. and continue through 8:30 p.m. and will be in ,the school cafeteria. The tbingo games will begin at 6:30 p.m.-- 'til--in the Home Ec. room. Anyone ,who wants to donate a cake or pie for the supper, please call Mrs. Ann Wheeler at 888-4370 by Tuesday, Febru- ary 20. - Come, bring all the family, and help build our Gym. Supper will be $1 per person. Bingo games will. be 10e and 15c per game. Tickets will be available at the doe,r of the lunchroom. Highway 51 Bypass Phone 888-9951 Woodville, Miss. THI VICAR GENERAL TO VISIT ST. JOSEPH'S Fr. Bernard Law, Vicar Gen- eral of the Natchez-Jackson Diocese. is scheduled to visit St. Jo.seph's Catholic Church hexe on February 24th and 25th to speak at all Masses. In announcing the visit, Fr. John Neimeyer said.: "n Sun- Perrytown News Guests in the hence of Mrs. E,mma Perry Sunday were Mr. nd Mrs. Everette Thompson of Fayctte. Mr. and Mrs. Shad Perry, Jr.. ad son. Rodger, and a f, riend. Steve Bass. of Natchez. [ and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders' and Mrs. Janet Murray of Cros- I by. i Mr. and Mn. Bill Moore of]February ONLY Alanm. Ga.. visited .their par- Pilgrimage Ticket Sale ents, Me. and Mrs. E. F. Cavin. for several days last week. Mrs. Fritz Tyler and Mrs. Hazel Hazlip visited Mrs. Marcus Day in Tallulah. La., Wednes- day. @ Civic Club memrbers (as of 1/31/73) only @ Maximum of four tickets per member (or $14 total) @ Adult tickets at $3.5,0 @ Student tickets at $1.75 Page 3 Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Natchez Candlelight Tour The Civic Club will also spon- sor a .tour o the new candle- light tour in Natchez being held for the first time. Thursday night, April 5. has been selected as a convenient evening for most Woodvillians. Don't dxive at -- enjoy the bus trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and children, Troy and Missie. of Bus Ticket To St. Francisville Magnolia, Ark.. visited their Pilgrimage, Saturday, March 17 Tour will include Cottage parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice An all-day tour with your bus Garden, The Bankers House, Murray, over the weekend, as a home away from home. Presbyterian Manse, Dixie and Mrs. E F. Cavin spent seweral Leave Woodville at 9 a.m., re- I Texada. and a Natchez'-,o tour Grady A. Sargent, of Hat- days last week in Lake Charles, turn about f0ur or five p.m., uide will accompany the Wood- tiesburg, chairman o.f the Mis- La., visiting l]er son and da.ugh- Visit 5 houses and 3 gardens, lille Civic Club entourage. Bus sissippi Econ, omic Council's Lunch at Jack.:.on Hall. tcr-in-]aw. Dr..and Mrs. Elwyn will leave Woodville at 8:15 p.m. Student-Teacher Achievement Cavin. and having a medical Please sign up as soon as and return at approximately Recognition Program announces check-up. . possible. Bus ticket deposit will 10:45 p.m. that Steven W. Ard s,enior at ., Mrs Nina Sturdivant and Mrs. be required for reservation. Bu.s ticket $4.50 Wilk rosen County Christian Academy in Woodvllle. has been Virginia Cobb of Centreville vis- Bus ticket per p, erson $4.50 Candlelig,ht tour $7.00 selected as the school's Star ited their sister, Mrs'. Pearl Pilpgrimage tour $5.00 Again the bus ticket deposit Studen't. The selection as Bueche. Wednesday in Baton Sign up at Town Hall, the will be required when you sign based on the student's high Rou,/;e General Hospi.tal where Libraxy or the Woodville Paint up at Town Hall. the Library scholastic average for ;the first she underwent .urgery. Reports Store. or the Woodville Paint Store. a,re that she is doing nicely, we semester and .hig.h score on the American College Test. are glad to say. Crumholt and son, Tally Boy, end were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders lVr. and Mrs. Patrlck Thomas John.son of Woodvllle, Mr. ,and visited Mr. and Mrs. James and Mr. and ,Mrs. Gerald Nau- Mrs. Davis Long,mire and chll- Anders and family and Mr. and man, all of Baton Rouge. dren, Kavln, Reid and Dawn. Mrs Shad Perry, Jr.. in Natchez Mrs. Mary Anders and lvrs, of Glos.ter, Mr. and Mrs. James this week. Hazel Vines and daughter. Pare, i Reeves of Crosby, and Mr. Billy Friends of Mr. Barney Hazl.ip were m Natchez Manday on Dale Freeman of Gloswr. will be sorry .to hear that he business. Mr. Ival Johnson of Centre- is a patient in the Jefferson Guests in the home of Mrs. ville visited his paren.ts, Mr. nd Davi.s Hospi,tal in Natchez. We Nira S,tud'iaat s't weed Mrs. Claude Johnson, Saturday. send get-well wishes to him. were Mr. azd Mrs. Ken Thomp ......................... Mrs. Evelyn Ashley returned son and daughter, Cathy, Mr. WORLD'S FINEST home recently after spen@tng and Mrs. Raymond Sturdivant SEED LABORATORY seve,,.al weeks in Liberty with and children. Jeanne. Ray, and The Mississippi Seed Tecl]- her daughter, Mrs. Frances Chip, of-Natchez, anti Miss Mary nology Laboratory at Mississippi Whitehead. A,nn Johnson of Rosetta and State Univursity is the most Mrs. Patricia Huff is at home Southwest Junior College. complete lab of its kind in 'the doing fine after having surgerY Mr. and Mrs. William I4azlip world. The lab does work for last Monday at Jefferson Davis ,of Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. more American seedmen than Hospital in Natchez. Micky PerlT and children vis- any other institution in the na- Guests in ,the home of Mr and ited Mr. and Mrs. Pharoh Perry tion. It bgan n 1948 with an\\; Mrs. Willie Hazlip Sunday were and family Sunday. appropriation by the Legisla- ,Mr. and Mrs Ralph Si,bley and Guests in the home of 1Vrs. ture.--Sotrce: Jackson Claxion- son. Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pearl Johnson during ,the week- Ledger. Mrs. Alice N. McCraine was de.ignated the Str Teacher. Each Star Student was asked to designate the qualified Missis- sippi teacher, regardless of grade taught, who, in ,the Star day, FebruaT 25, after the 9 Student's opinion, made the a.m..Mass we will h,ave a coy- reatest contrlbutior/ to his or ered dish brunch luncheon in her 'sc,holastic achievement. IS THE ,ACE | , Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Feb. 15 - 17 8 oz. Del Monte TOMATO SAUCE 3 - 33c Lifebouy BATH SOAP, 2 bars 35c CHARCOAL 10 Ibs. 73c 7V2 oz. Kraft MACARONI DINNER 23c Del Monte CATSUP 32 oz. 55c 303, VEGALL  VEGETABLE MIX 24c 4 Roll NORTHERN TISSUE 39c Both the .Star Student and Star Teacher will receive framed certificates from tl]e MEC, the State Cham,ber of Commerce. These awards will be presen,bed at a ,tudent assembly. Steven W. Ard is the son of Mr. Phillip F. Ard of St. Fran- cisville, La. Honors ,received in school are D. A. R. American history award, Beta Club vice- president, junior class secretary, senior class president, co-editor of annual, co-editor of school newspaper, spanish Club presi- dent, Mo, s Studi:ous. Most Sensible Sophomore, Most Cour- beous, Most Likely ,to Succeed, Most Dignified Senior. He is interested in mathem, atlcs and plans "t.o attend Louisiana State University. He is a member o the Presbyterian Church. .Mrs. Alice N. of Whitestown s an English teacher at Wilkinson County Ohristian, Academy. She a- nded Copiah-Lincoln Junior College and received a B. A. and a M. E. degree from the Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi. She has been teaching for 26 years. She was Star Teacher in 1987 .and 1969 .and was first vice- resident of the Rho Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma 1968-69 and 1969-70. She is a member of the Methodist Church. Dr. Dewey Lane, Jr., el Pasd,ula, is chairman of the MEC's Education Committee which sponsors the Str Pro- gram in the state. Friends will be interested to know that Miss Charlotte C:umbo has joined the faculty of Con- trev tlle Academy as second grade teacher. Miss Cumbo graduated from the University of Souther.n Mississippi in February of 1972 and .wo;rled in the microfilming sec,tlon of the limbrary there be- fore re.turning ,to Woodville in November ;o make her home with her patents. the Parish Hall. Evrycne is invited ,to come and have an informal Parish meeting as well as meet the Vicar General of our Diocese. He i's next i,n office to the Some of you remember his ,being here some years ago for a Day of Spiritual Recollection. A covered dish brunch luncheon will ,eliminate the burden of preparation to a few people which any other tyle o P, arlsh dinner entails." Prairie Belt BACON lb. 89c 303 Del Monte i ,i:: 303 Dei Monte  Kraft I 'i,  PEAR HALVES 36c fAPPLE JEt.L'00, 303 Del Monte I! .I 18 oz. i CUT GREEN BEANS 29c ; 2-59C . Pride of III. 303 CREAM STYLE CORN 21 m=D  THE VARIETY SHAClt Under New Management! BUILDERS SUPPLY Hwy. 33 N.- Gloster, Miss. Phone 225-9912 A COMPLETE LINE OF ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS--FROM NAILS TO AN ENTIRE HOUSE. 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