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April 6, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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April 6, 1973

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Friday, April 6, 1973 ! , The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslssippi TWO PARTIES HONOR WCCA SENIORS ,A Western motif prov,ided the in the recreation cc,m o.f the Pioneer Baptizer 'as tlie 1973 Wilkinson County Christian Academy Seniors were ,honored on March 22. The focal ppint, a bonfire, reeted the Seniors with a warm as Mike Smith played ';.the guitar and sang country and UDC HOLDS TWO RECENT MEETINGS Two lovely meetings of the Wilkinson C o u n t y Chapter, Uni,ted Daughters of the Con- federacy, were held recently. The first was at the charming ante-helium home of lVrs. Mar- shall Lum.pkin on Main Stree. This home. though not on he formal Pilgrimage tour, with its well kept ex.terior adds hstoric in,terest to the town. The second vestern favorites. Saddles anrdl was at the suburban .home of 'longhorns placed a,t .traegic t,he James Lessleys, a landmark llaces further carried out the on the road to Fort Adams Western heme. The two his,torical programs f+ I r The Seniors were seated on "bales cf hay as they enjoyed a delicious menu of food featur- Ing Sloppy Joes. Following he Roy. Truman Herring of olitan Baptist Church ;hi an appropriate devo- tiOnal message. Miniature cowboys .and Ind,i- ,ns were giyen as f.avors to the Senors at the close of the de- ligh,tful affair. The 1973 Seniors of Wilkinson C o u n t y Chri.tian Academy Were .guests at a Cookout honor- lag class members Miss Cath- :erine Whetstone and Mr Clif- 'ford Wrhets, tone. The event took 4.lace on March 28 a:t the home of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles W'heqt- Stone, who c,o-hosted the event Vith Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ray Gues.ts enjoyed fruit punch as' for the occasions were on lob- err E. Lee and his generals by Mrs. John McCraine and on Soldiers from Wkiklinson County who served in the War Between the Sates by Miss Louise Dit- mann. On both ,occasions the refresh- ments were elegant' in Vheir simplicity and were delicious and daintily served. It was reported that the PiN grimage Pageant and Ball were bo,th enjoy, a,ble and. in spite of bad weather, profitable enough they ,arrived and were la,ter seated at picnic tables covere ,width red and white checked tablecloths. The bountiful .menu featured barbecued ribs and chicken. i SouvenLrs depicting a Western theme were presented o mem- bers of the gradua,ting class. Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Thursday Evening at 6 P.M. April 5 Tour To Natchez Tour Please make reserv, a, tions in and avoid being dis- appointed. Bus Ticket $4.50 includes guile, ] Lv a,t 6:15 p.m.; Ret at 10:45 I p.m. ]Tour Ticket $7.00 I 5 Homes to again bestow he two half- year scholarships to the Wil- kinson County Christian Aea,d- emy and the Centreville Acad- emy. The essay contest held in Centrevflle ,this year for the fir..t ;time will result in havin,g two Jefferson Davis medals pre- sen.ted st grad,ual,on. Charles's essay was also entered in the Mississippi Divisi,on UDC con, test ,and it is hoped .that his will win the cove,ted $25 .award and bring hls honor to his hometown. Eight crosses of military serv- ice are to be presented at a ,special program at the Wood- ville Methodis,t Church in April, the date to be announced ]ate. The District IV meeting of the Mississippi Division UrDC ill this year be held in Natchez on April 25 and present a,t hat .time will ,be. Division officers and members from Vicksburg, Port Gibson, McCom,b, Wood- ville, Yazoo City .and Nsutchez. There will be qute a number of members from Woodv,ille a,d Centreville going. This meeting will replace the usual fourt Tuesday meeting fgr i.t will ,be on Confederate Memorlal Day, on Wednesday, April 25. Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel Be Sure---- ----ln=ure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville Fresh, Crisp CARROTS 1 lb. cello bag 10c MR. PAUL'S Supermarket Pilgrimage Scenes Governor and Mrs Bill Waller visited lhe Wo,odvil]e Pilgrimage on Sunday, March 24. They are seen here at, a reception given in their honr a.t Iosemont Plantation, boyhood home of Jefferson Davis. Also enjoying the occas,,on wit.h hc Fir,st :amily are, Item let, Ernesto Caldelra; Percival owner of Rasemont: Mrs. Oharles Cumbo, president of the UDC. which ponsored the reception; Mrs. Waller, Gov. Walle: and Mrs. J. S. McIlwain, State President of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Bid wstors welom.c at HospitMlty Iooth. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, APRIL 5 - 7 Part of the more than 500 persons wl]o attended the Art Show on the Court Square Sunday. ,: Viamnd 12 inch L ALUMINUM FOI 21c 1 oz. Jif Mrs. Tucker's SHORTENING, 3 Ibs. 83c 'Peanut Butter 46 oz. Creamy or Crunchy HAWAIIAN PUNCH 37c 69c No. 303 cans GOLDEN YAMS 4 - 49c 300 Size HUNT'S TOMATOES 25c Del Monte 303 WHOLE BEANS 33c 2 for 39c [' Monte No. 1 or Crushed PINEAPPLE 22 oz. Royal TREND LIQUID 29c 4 Roll Ctn. CHARMIN TISSUE 45c Hunt's Del Monte 46 oz. I TOM. SAUCE ;PINEAPPLE JUICE 35c I 8 oz. | 60 Count NORTHERN 2 for25c qAPKINS 31c ',eynold's 18 'inch y Duty FOIL + 53c VARIETY $11ACK Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 The above three scenes show a few of the more than 509 personas toqred Weodvllle' old h0,me and chur, che dm'ng e Pil- .... = ; i)i i !: :+ ' /+ =/?/(;+ ''' t Page 3 Visitors and ntlves both enjoy on the Squre by the Woodvll]e the brbecued beef dinner erved Jayeees and Jaycettes. Ierrytow? News t Mr. W. H. Ha,nrlson of the I University of Sou.hhern Missis-1 ippi, I,aCti,eburg, visited Mls I Dorothy Adams last weekend, in the home of Mrs. Iazel Iazlip. Mrs. Emma Perry is visiting her children, Mr. ad m. H.B.' We are glad o learn thb I-Iuff an Mr. and s. Shad Mrs. lay McGraw has recoverec Perry, Jr., in Na,tchez his week. suffictertly from injuries re- Mr. and Mrs. Micky Percy I and children a'd My. homas Perry of Natc,hez visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry, and .irls dtring the past week. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Henderson ad Mr. Ca'renee Iazlip of Ba- ton Rouge ,isited Mr. and Mrs. B.arney Hazlip Sunday. Friencs of Mr. E. F. Cavin will be happy to know that he is feeling m,uch bet.ter after being co,n fined o bed for a couple of weeks. We send get veli wishes to him. lVrs. Ida Perry vi,i,ted her father, Mr. Walter Cavin, in the lield Memor.lai Hospital in Cen- trevilte Sunday, We wish ,him a speedy recovery, Mrs. Evelyn Ashley and, grand- son, Darsey McOay, of Liberty spent the day t her old home Surday. Mrs. Ahley is making her home ir Liberty with e,r daugiter, Mrs. ,Frances W.hi,te- head, and family at presenC. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel, Anders spent t,e d,ay ttuday ,with Mr. and Mrs. Cly,de Nettles on Silver Greek and did some paint- in,g on heir new home. I Mrs. Nina Sturdivant speni I several ,d,ay in Natchez this week visi.ting .her chil,dren, Mr. and Mrs. Mack StUrdivant, and other members of her family. Hiram News ceived m an au,tomobile acci- dent early in February to leave flhe hospital and is expected to walk normally after furtller re- cupra,bion. Her wors injuries were a cut and bruise below one kneecap nd a broken hip on the ther side w.hich required an operation h also covered fractures in the bone leadln,g the knee. She was treated at the Meadvllle hospi+bal an, d is presently st the Ret Home there. Lter ne epects to visit her daughter, iVrs. Shirley Rol- lins, and fmnily and her son, Mr. Robert Earl McGraw, will visi her when s,he returns o her trailer home here. Shasta Strawberry COLA or GRAPE POP can 10c MR. PAUL'S Supermarket FREE! L t At Your Western Auto Associate Store Our New Spring & Summer Catdogs Come by and pick one up. Main Street Woodville WARREN'S SPORTING GOODS "Special Opening Prices" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Delcraft Boats and Trailers Boat Cushions, Baits, Anchors, Paddles You name itwe just might have it Phone 888-6454 Buffalo III I I I I I[ Hot Weather's Coming-- Get Those Air Conditioners Ready CALL 888-7331 for prompt, efficient service. Call us for all your Refrigeration, Electrical, Heating and Appliance Repair needs. Sanders Refrigeration & Elec. Serv. "Cotton" Sanders Phone 888-7331 if no answer Dial 8! / Woodville . ,:i :i:!:!i ','!,'{?!,| +: ? ii++ !