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April 13, 1973

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.... i';i t.. , :. . :.::5(.  and reading of the mlnutes, tha n:minat'ng comnittee presented the i'el!owiP.g slate of offi- cers for the 1973-74 club year: president, Mrs. Don Walsh; vice president, Mrs. Gerald Juhn:ton; ,:cr=tary, Mrs. Harvey Lcake; LE MP.RI CLUB KITCIIEN SHOWER ItONORS IICLD3 EUSINE3S MEET i PROSPECTIVE BRIDE [ 2i2 nnu.l b_tness meeting Mrs. Patsy Tolbert, who.-e cf Le M:t:'di Club was hold in marr?age to Mr. W. D. Spillman the l:cm: o' Mrs. Richard Flat- will be an event of interest on com!o on April 3. Eighte,n nitro-iEa=ter Sunday, April 22, was h:.r: were present. }honored at a kitchen shower by Following the u.tual roll call Mrs. Lee Motis at her hdme hcrc on Saturday, April 7. Mrs. Tolbcrt ,wore for the oc- .cas:.on a long layered green and white checked dres and was! pre'sentcd an attractive white ' tar,nation corsagc ornamented with miniature fruit, as were treasurer, Mzs. John Br:?.eum her mother, Mrs. R. T. Watson, ?[he nora!nations were accepted hcr aunt, Mrs. Mottle Morris, by unanimouz vote. land the pro=.pective bridegroom's At the completion of the bus-: Imother ' M:s. Llewelyn Spillman. ines: esion, those prcsen.TD.e hostess' gswn was a cream wera jointd by six guests, Mrs. and white mod9l. . .. , .The Woodvflle Republican, Woodviffe, Misdsslpp ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED PRESENTING CIIECK in the amount of $510.85 to Mrs. Ray W. Farrar, president of the Civic Chlb, are Calvin Cage, Jaycee project chairman, and Mrs. Shirley Ragsdale, Jaycctte president The check represented the net profit of the Jaycec-Jaycette dinner served on the court square on Sunday ot the Woodville Pilgrimage. I Mr. and Mrs. samuel Melvin I Robel'tson of Route One, Wood- I villc, announce the engagement D:wid Bramlctte, Mr',s. S. B. The living room and den of Curry, Mrs. ttdlt, Mrs. tile attractive home .were deco- Tuesday, April 9. [ Etephen Seal, Mrs. Ran Strike, rated with ar.rangements of The Fellow'hip Hall was ap- and Mrs. T. O. Ses'.=ions, Jr. Dutch iris, tulips and spirea, propr!ately decorated with ,ar- A ,rev,ew of the book "Apse'ties carrying cut the g01d and white rangcmEnts of camellias and of L!ght?' by Ellen Douglas was gh, en by Mrs. George Martens,, elcr theme, ffogwood, interspersed with program chairman for the after- The guests, who were pzo- brightly-colored fruit. noon. T-e mythical town of vided file cards in advance, Guests were seated at lunch-, Mississippi, is the pranted the honoree their fa- con t'ables'and enjoyed a dell- setting for this novel which vorite recipes from their own cious menu featui'lng ham and tell of the plight .of the old kitchen' Sewral kitchen games all the trimmings. Following the in cur society. From a quiet were enjoyed by the group, I hcglnnin, the E tory progresses with Mrs. T. O. Sessions, Jr"l ere@meal'anReV'inspiringEddie alk.--MelindaPhen'lx deity- tea chilling climax as the main w/nn)ng the prize. I carter, Class Secretaxy. ct:aractcrs gradually realize Asqstic, the hostess in serv- I then' helplessness in a desperate ing dessert plates of party dell- I s!tuatlon emerging from genu- ceeies were Mrs. George E'I Rosetta News ine love and the purest of in- Dooley and Mrs. T. O. Sessions,' and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carolyn Patriot.a, to Mr. William Wayne Felte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feltcr, St.. of Woodville. Miss Robertson is a student at Wilkinson County Christian Academy, where she i:s to grad- uate in May. Mr. Felter is a 1970 graduate of Wilkinson County Christian Academy and ]s t:resently employed with Mid- Louisiana Gas Copotation. The wedding will take place on April 20th at seven o'clock in the evening at Pioneer B'ap- ,tier, Church. Since no formal fnvitattons are being sent, all friends and relatives are invited through this medium to a.ttend. WCCA SENIORS ENTEItTAINED iENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The WCCA Seniors of 1973 1 were tl]e guests of honor at a luncheon given by the ohristian Women's Fellowship at nosn on ter Commission to head work on the old Crosby school corn-! Mr..and Mrs. JOhn David Pullen and daughter,: Jo Hanna m .................  o. o,_ ..ros.... News G hv Mr and Mrs Wllllam Ryme nrn.qr.hho' " nnrrino nf Mis Center Commission Approved eff nd ' "" ........ .........  ......... and cP'ildren'hTdd"- r Ja[i'dn Sherry Lynn Cavin and Mr. Officials Lsa, of Nac ez M Ms  , ".lBobby Wayne Johnson, son of By Crosby Charle, Rymer and son John ' ' ' -'.Mr. and Mrs. A. J. John,son of On Tuesd, ay night, April 3, nit, of Sumrall, Miss Faye Butler r,,sb,,  ,oin nnounced b" the Crosby Mayor and Board of of Baker, La., and Mr. and Mrs. [her ;'areits Mr'." and Mr: A12ermen approved a Civic Cen- Jerry Rymer of Cen,treville vie- Charles W. Cavin of Baton lt, ed Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer Rouge. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Ball of Vidalia, La., visited Mrs. JesNe i Mae Speights Sunday afterno,n. Mrs. France Breedlove visited :Mrs. Jean Smith in Natchez .the met weekend. Mrs. Jack C}reer .and Mrs. e.rbert O rth and children of ,,a., visited Mr. a'nd Mrs. "C Mrs. Be rtH'Stew= tcntions. Mrs. Mmrtan,s recom-iJr. Cokes were served in bottle mended the book for ,'eading, adorned with miniature hand- rc[ only becauseof the author's maffe kitchen aprons as coasters, apparent insight into the feel-;which were given to the guests ings and problems of the senior, as farces. citizens: but also becau=.c of her I Mrs. Tolbert, who received ab!lity to hold the reader in many uaful and attractive heighteni:g uspense till the kitchen gifts, was presented an imFact of .the final page. iantique gravy boat and syrup The hotes .lhen served her pitcher by the hostess. guests a delic'.st',s party plate ................................................ featuring chicken .alad cbeese . "  ,: ....... Mard Club members and guests l'cun2.:., saltcfl nuts, puw cmp,lmotored to Natchez to attend cr,ck,.r, strawberry chcetecake .the Confederate Pageant. Wi,th and Cokes. The next meeting will be a,t their lusbands ' as special guests for the evening, the group en- C:ub Ecuth of the Border ,on [joyed a delicious dinner at the May 1 with Mrs. Jam6s Wilker- iEifletrac k Retaueant. A total of san as hostess, twenty-two persons were in at- tendance f,r this most pleasant On Friday, .April 6, twelve L,event. and " : 't Prices .ffective Thurs. thru Saturday, APRIL 12 - 14 \\; ,,,@ ROUNDSTEAK lb. $1.09 "  RUMP ROAST lb. Sl.09 flee M De' Muffle I i oz | PRUNE JUICE, 32 oz. 57c 65c 4 Hunts" 300 Size : TOMATO JUICE 15c Del Monte No. 2V2 FRUIT COCKTAIL 2- 99c AUNT JEMIMA, 2 Ibs. 47c Jumbo Del Monte SPINACH, 303 size 25c The ceremony will ,take place on May 12 at six o'clock in the evening in t.he home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carter on North Ala- meda Drive in Baton Rouge. Miss Cavin is a grad.ute of Wcodlawn High School ai]d at- tended Ba, ton Rouge Vocathonal- Technical School. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs: Wal.teI  Oavln of Crosby ,and of She l,ate '.Mr. and Mrs. J, R.! Hazlip of Crosby. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Crosby High School and served three years in the U. S. Army. He i'd the gran&-=on of Mes. Grover Day :and the late Mr. Day of Crosby and of ,the late Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Johnson of Crcsby. " "',/x .:(i '!i Woodville CIVIC CLUB Successful Bus Tour Many Wooflvillians went la.t Thursday, April 5, on a Civic Club sponsored bus tour to the Natchez Candlelight Tour. Being held for the first time thi-: year the candleligh,t tour was of five homes some never lbefre opened to Pilgrimage }v,isitc,'s. The bus left at, 6:15 I p.m. and returned to Woodville labour 11:15 pan. after a coffee News and very nruch appreciated contribution. Membership Meeting Monday, April 16 - 7:30 P.M. - ltealth Center A general me:mbershio meet- ing will be held on Monday evening at 7:30. Preliminary )fanning and particularly the setting of the dates of next year's Pilgrimage will be dis- top at the Prentiss Hotel. cused, along with other Pll- Other bus ,tours will 'begrimage aspects sue.h as the proposal for a morning tour of planned throughout the year. four homes and an afternoon Since everyone on this .fir, st ,tour enjoyed themselves .so it is sus- peeled that subsequent tours will prove as popular. Filgrimage Proceeds Checks with shares of the proceeds of 'this year's Pilgrim- v, ge went cut by mail this week to the participants alon,g with au expression of gratitude for t,heir enormous civic con.tribu- tion in having their homes on tour to benefit the community through the Civic Club. As there were eight homes and fcur churches on tour the proceeds were divided as follows:. Half the receipts of the Pil- gr'mage was divided in eight equal shares and four half- ,hares .... a total of .ten. Full shares went to the homeowners: and half-shares as a token of appreciation to the churches. The other half of the receipts went in,to the geneeal hind to defray expenses to provide ,for pla'..tings and other community activities :and also to provid.e a basic fund for future purchase tour of four homes. This would alleviate the burden on the homeowners and perhaps allow for the Pilgrimage to be a four- day event Thursd'ay ,hrough Sunday. As ,the Civic Club will soon begin its third year and as its activites increase in scope more individual participation and (r- ganization .will be needed ,to in.ure its continuing success. Please attend and voice your opinion on what can :be done for tl:e commuuity and perhaps YOU can realize your hopes. Remember. Monday night at 7:30 p.m. This Coupon Good For 15c at Burnham's Concession Stand plex. and restoration of historic build- The echo=el ,was recently re-[ ings and sites citizens of Crosby I Jaycee Contribution turned to ,the Cun,ty Board of] A check has been pre,sented by the Ami,te Education. At present some of to the .Civic Club by :t,he Jaycees t.he hopes far the buildings are and Jay cettes which r epresen,ts t:he profits cf their deligh,tful and succe:.sful barbecue. Held on the Square the day of the' art show, ,the barbecue profile were given to the Civic Club for general use and is a welcOe Next to Centreville Motors Centreville, Miss. to make meeting nooms for the crganization.s of Crosby, a mu- d:cure, and po,ssibly a youth center. Many other ideas have been presented also. The oommhsion will include the following: Mayor Kenneth Petty, who will serve as chair- man; C. E: McCulqey, town- company liaison;, Albert Case, :hairman of repair funds; Kelly Orso, alumni president; Mrs. Harriet Lee, president of the Crosby arden Club: Mrs. Wes- :ley Hug, hca, kibrary Be ar d spokeswoman; Melvin Bruss, Homoe.hitt, Valley Historical Society; Buter Reeves, :aldcx- man: and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee, community represen,tative's. Cro,sby youth have taken a real in.terest in the school. They ,had a clean-up at the audi,to- rium and were aided by .the adult help :el Mrs. Helen Molley, M, rs. Naomi Cahoon, and Mrs. art, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Clyde Priest and childon of St. Francisville vis- ited her mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. T. A. Williams and her daughter, Cindy, of Church Hill visited Mrs. Jess.e Mae Speights Saturd,ay, " Kelly Or, so. Also, many after- Miss Darlene Speights repre- _ .... ,, ..... uth " ill 1 ...... sented Rosetta United Methodist ........... ......... ,ol4-er rooms in $11e Lnree-t:}ulio- unurcn a uamp wesley l-'mes I' ....... '- on April 6 and 7. ,l .... .  _ Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day an dl Alumm eormea in urosny Children ,of Natchez visited his] On Sunday, April 1, the Cros- mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Satur-IbY i&lumni A,soeiation was day. They returned early asl formed and officers of ,the 1973- their son became 'sick. '74 term are: Kelly Orso, presi- IIII III IIIII II II III11 Begins Friday, April 13th, thru Saturday, April 21st at The Men's Store The Ro.aetta MYF m ei Sunday evening at s.ix 'clock in the church. The president called the meeting to order and they planned the program for April 16 when they will host the Sub- District at Rosetta. A social ,hour was held in the fellowship hall. Punch and cookies were served to the members, the pastor, the Rev. Clyde Arender, and the counselor, Mrs. Keller Gree. d,ent; Carol Lockwood, vice peesident; Mrs. Elsie Sumrow, secretary; Mrs. Helen Molloy, treasurer; Mrs. RnlSy Fyfield, publicity; and Melvin Bruss, co- ordinator. The president named a g"roup to head the needed repairs on ,the buildings at presen,t. Those appoin,ted ace: T. D. Day, T.A. Jackson, Jr., Woodrow Day, ,Harry Longmire, and J. H. Mc- 25% Discount on our Top Line of Men's Suits 20% Discount on Saxony Hall Suits for Men and Young Men Trousers to Match - Half Price with each Sport Coat Mrs.. James Livingston of' Dcwell. Crosby Mayor;h BOUNTY TO ELS 3- 99c - , ited her ,mother, Mrs. Bob KeN: capacity. Entire Stock Boy's Prep Suits ? - .,',.# M  ler, and. Mrs. France Breedlove. The club plans to aid in the f : lqriday : restortion of the old Crosby 10 Ibs: Gebhardt s  Jim Dandy : LI" Me. Billy ?reer of Herman-hig rh school buildings. vllle visited his brother and ...... Entire Stock Men's and Young Men's HOT DOG SAUCE 21c Reg. or Quick family, Mr. and Mrs. Kel,ler Greer, Saturday and Sunday. i GRIbTS . ! " FREE, Trousers - 20% off re?ular p:,ce.I 15 Ounce , To be Given FREE, .one 9 inch Adm,ral SLOPPY JOES 51c "Ik 55c " =4 At Your " Television. Drawing to be held on June 16th. /   Nothing to buy--just sign up at fhe _ . Western Auto Associate Store Men's Store in Liberty. 6 Ounce PINEAPPLE :Juice 3 - 27c Our New This Special Sale Just in Time for Tg[ VAIIIEIY SlllCil Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Spring & Summer Catalogs Come by and pick one up. Main Street Woodville EASTER and GRADUATION. THE MEN'S STORE Liberty, Miss. \\; , ,,. >, ,