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March 23, 1973

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Page 4 rheWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39169 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor 3ubscriptlon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 rues., $2.25; 3 rues., $1.25, Payable in advance. Second Class postage pald at, Woodville, Miss, 39(ifi9. TAYLOR-MACALUSA VOWS SAID IN BATON ROUGE Centreville The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppj OFFICERS OF CENTRIVILLE IAYCEES-IAYCETTS News Mrs. Edna Dalton spen.t the CENTREVILLE JAYCEES past weekend in Natchez visit- ing in the home of her daugh-I AND JAYCETTES RECEIVE ter, Mrs. Bob Collins, and faro- CIIARTERS AT BANQUET ily and with relatives in Jones-I ville, La. I The Centreville Jaycecs and Visiting in the home of their l Jaycettes received their chartcr mother anti grcat-gra:ndmother,! at a banquet dinner held at Mrs. Pearl S. Anderson, Satur- Club 8ouCh of the Border Sat- day ,and Sunday Mrs. Ralph urday evening with approxi- i Gilbert of Jackson and Mr. and 72 in attendance. Ol?.:er towns Mrs. O. E. Coney of Magnolia represented a the meeting were and the Coneys' grandchildren. Woodville. Glostcr. McOomb. John and Courtney Morris of. Natchez. Houston and Basca- Miss Parolee ,Jean Macalusa Memphis and Mr. Randall Dale Taylor Mrs. S. E. Field and Mrs. J. a. were united' in marrmge at Warren left Saturday, March 17, two-thirty ,o'clock on Saturday for a tou.r of Italy. They will aiternocn at Christ the King ,:ightsee in R,ame. Florence. epened the meeting with the Chapel in Baton Rouge. t Naples. and other places of in- invocation given by Henry W. Parents of the bride are Mr. tercst before returning home on Darden. Mayor Fred Hetzler and Mrs. Vincent Macalusa of March 26. , gave the welcome address, and Houston Drive. Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Wenzel Virgil Yeager of Natchez cam- The bride,groom is the son of of Foley, Ala.. are visiting in mented on the splendid progress Mr. and Mrs Norman Taylor af tP.e home of her parents, Mr. lof the organization in this a,rea. Iroquois Street and is the grand- and Mrs. Ivc.rson McKey, and Mr. Mike McElh,aney of Posen- son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McKey family, goula, State Jaycee president, of CenLreville. Spendi,p.g lasl weekend in the presented the Jaycee Charter Following the ,wedding, a re- home of Mr. and Mrs. M C. and in-tailed the president and cepUon was held in the Planta- Tote were several relatives. Mr. other officers as follows: Lane ti.on Room of the LSU Union. and Mrs. Louis Pack and two Bellue. internal vice-president: in lchildren and his mother. Mrs, Johnny Templeton. external The couple plans to reside I, Tatalie Hoeber. all of Jackson. viee-prc.sident; and Michael Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. J, ack Crum Stewart. ecretary breasure. pent last week in Due,ant where Member of the beard of di- Mr. and Mrs. Holli3 Knighton ' he attended a Dixie Youth Base- rectors are Rogers Re, ed and Dr. and sons. Emmette. Wayne, and ball meeting. The meeting was David Strange. Russell. Mr. Ventress K,nighton, also attended by Mr. Hollis The Jaycette Charte,r was and  Mrs. R, J. Knighton at-i Knightn. presented by Mrs. Jean Grimes tended funeral ervmes for Mr. Mrs. Hollis Knighton and chil- of Houston, State Jaycette pres- Wilier Wayne Knighton on dren. Emmette. James Harvey, ident, krea Vice-President Mis Wednesday from Rabenhorst Russell, and Holli. and Mr,L, Dee Lewis of Gloster presided Funeral Home Chapel in Baton R. J. Knlghton visited friends a the installation of the fol- Rouge. Mr. Knighton died last in Yazoo City Sunday. lowing of'fleers: Mra. Jean Stew- Monday at Veterans Adiminstra-I Mrs. Pea.:l S. AnJerson spent art. president; Mrs. Diane Mat- tion Hospital in Alexandria, La. several days last week visiting thews, vice-president: and Mrs. CATCHINGS gou!a Following the delicious din- ner, Ventn McNabb, Jr., pres- Shown above at the Charter Night Imnquet held bv the Centre- ident of the Centreville Jay;:ees, treville Jaycee chapter are the new officers and directors of the newly organized chapter. They are, left to right., Mike Stewart, iogers Reed. L'me Belluc. Dr. David Strange, and Venton McNabb, Jr. in the home cf her daughter. Linda Reed. secretary-treasurer. Mrs. O. E. Coney, and Mr. Coney Members of the board of di- in Magnolia.. rectors are Mrs. Sandra McKey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross, Sr.. and Mrs. Kay McNabb. of Camden. Ark.. arrived here Mr. Mik:e Daughdrill gave the Friday far a visit in the home benediction. of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross. Jr., and f, amily. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee McKey Mrs. Nannie Ash left Friday of Jackson were recent visitors Crosby News vision manager of Hood. the ,upervisors of Hood in Cosby, Ran Tillman. and other close Albert Case Retires friends. for the Gulf C0ast to visit for in the home of his parents, Mr. At four o'clock Saturday, Small gifts were presented to several days i the home of her and Mrs. Lee McKey. I March 17. Hoed Lumber Cam- Mr. Case a.s tokens of apprecia- son and daughte,r-in-law, the[ Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. pony gave a steak dinner to tion for his many years of de- Rev. and Mrs John L. Ash, III, Wright and family visited in the honor Me. Albert Case on his voted service. and family, heme .,dr his mother. Mrs. Edgar retirement from the company. Dr. Strange Speaks W. Wright, over last weekend. The party was held at the In Baptist Church Insurance Agency Phone 8fl8-4591 P O Box 32 Woodville, Miss P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-88i5 Jackson, Miss. :ire - Automobile Life - Bonds Oliwr W. Catchings, Jr Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, filled the pulpit of the Baptist Cllurch in Cros- by, while the regular pastor, Rev. Steven Hicks, and family were in Texas. Reggie Smith Returns ltome E-2 Reggie Smith, who was staKoncd at Fort Jackson, S. C., returned home to Cr.sby Friday on a 17-day leave. Mr. Smith has plans to be married to Maxinc Nettles in a private ceremony in his pa,rents' home on Saturday, March 21. On April 1 Rcggie is going to Frank- fort. Germany, where he will be aationed. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Rayford Temple. wlmse first cousin. Avis Etheridge, pas:sed away last week. Funeral sov- ices were held in McComb Sat- urday. Mrs. V. L. Campbell returned to Crosby last weekend after visiting her daughher, Minrie, in Jackaon. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee were in Picayune fo,r the weekend. The Crosby UMYF were guests at a weiner roast at Mt. Nebo la..t Saturday sponsored by the Ro,setta UMYF. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Stewart and Dana and Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Strong, af Natchez. vis-g iced the Alber Cases duing the weekend. Robert Hardin is al home in Crosby this week for spring hol- idays from Jones Junior College at Ellisville. Mrs. Barbara Vaug,hn visited Mrs. Ella Fpreman last weekend after Mrs. Foreman returnel home from the hospital. Mrs. Carolyn Rymer and chil- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Al.britton of Gulfport were weekend guests I in the home of her sisters, Mrs. Ivisited in the home of .her sis- R. L. Dalton and Briseoe. O}ficers and directors of the new Cenireville Jayeette chapter dren were vi.sitors to Mr. and are shown above following the Charter Night ceremonies held on Mrs. Rayford Temple in their March 17th at Club South el the Border. They are. left to right, home the past weekend. Mrs. Kay McNabh, Mrs. Diane Matthews, Mrs..lean Stewart, Mrs. Mrs. B. F. Herman was visited Linda Reed, and Mrs. SanOra MeKey. by M,r. and Mrs. E. R. Davis of Clute, Texas. }as,t Saturday. Did'ya Know: Mr. L. O. Cros- by, Sr.. was the founder of the Crosby Lumber and Manufactur- ing Company of Crosby. Wilkinson County has had four court houses, one built at Wilkinsburgh (Fort Adams) and three a Woodville. The fiest at Woodville is said o have been ef log constructtcn. The seco, nd Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Hughes Shamrock Inn in Crosby. I Dr. J. O. Strange, who is the wa the brick building w,hich About 15 peson, s attended, director o the New Tlestament was demoli;shcd in order to erect Mrs. Benter, Mrs. Bernice Freeman, in l including Mr. Harold Scott, I)l-,Department of Stud,ies at the the present structure. Clinton. La., las.t Tuesday. I - --- I .__ ] lverson McKey Grocery and Market We have more combined years experience with meet and other foods than anyone in CENTREVILLE YOUR Ford Dealer Featuring MOTORS Centreville. YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WITH US COSTS YOU NOTHING EXTRA! Phone 645-3931 Centreville New and Used Cars SALES and SERVICE Venton McNabb, Owner Bubba McNabb and Frank Foster, Salesmen Phone 645-2371 Centreville, Miss. Friday, March 23, 1973 Armour First Cut Very Best PORK CHOPS lb. 79c Armour Very Best Quarter Loin I00ORK CHOPS lb. 99c Hormel Lean Barbecue SPARE RIBS lb. 69c Dixieanna Delight WEINERS, 12 oz. pkg. 49c Beautiful AZALEA PLANTS All Varieties each $1.19 Waldorf Bathroom TISSUE 10 rolls $1.00 Famil/ Size TIDE 10 lb., 10 oz. $2.48 Blue Plate Sand. Spread pint 44c Armour Fresh PULLET EGGS 2 dozen 79c Heinz Strained BABY FOOD Jar 9c Case of 24 $2.12 Holsum or Sunbeam BREAD 4-30c loaves 95c (With $5.00 Purchase) . UPER MARKET