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i:L, [;., ",F •ii,iil :&apos;, ,p?z, !- .., i'7: April 27, 1973 , -" 4 i q-TOLBERT SENIORS ENTERTAINED HELD AT BAPTIST CIIURCII SUNDAY Reverend Jer, ry Hood was the featured speaker at a Monday Mrs. Patricia Watson Tolbert night banauet honoring the • ' m  le and. Mr. Willie ......... L1Pui!llmn of ?:. 1;Cl:untyeCh;tt2 AWd - 0a , . :s a: we ' lemy and their ponsors. Host- aser unaay pril 22, in " . .e ........ ' . _- t ca:ses fc,r the occasion were the mmngn cer.emony a t, ne I ladles o.f the Woodville Ba4tist memoms tnurcn a Ctm[eh o'cLeck in the afternoon. J. H. Cameron officiated nuptial rites in the pres- of friends and relatives throughout Wilkinaon and West Feliciana Par- bride is the daughter of, R. T. Watson of Woodville the groom's parents arc Mr. Mrs. Llewellyn Spillman of Louisiana• Mrs. Ge,crge E. Watson of Louisiana, was matron mnor and Mr. Spillman's was best man. Ushers Lake Tolbert, Ben Tolbert, George Nicholas, Jr., and Whitaker, all of Wood- e, and Wayne Hammer of St. Mrs. Norman C.haf- Bat, an Rouge was vocalist, by Mrs. George at the organ• t:eeeption was held immedi- following the ceremony at Ridge in West Fe- P,arish ,where Mr. and Siaillman will reside fol- a short vacation trt,p to Mexico. DELEGATES TO ASSEMBLY OF CHURCIIES 90t, h Re,ional Assembly he Mississippi Christian (Disciples of Christ) be held on May 4, 5 and 6 the First Christian Church Who will represent e Clrtstian Church Mrs. F.rank Bell, Mrs. R. C, and Mrs. J. K. Sessions. are Mr. Frank Bell Mr. R. C. Kaigler. 22 Ch,ris- Churches in t, he state will The recreation ,roo,m was the scene of the banquet where an Easter motiff was c a r r i e d ,throughout the decorations• Centering the banquet tables were colorful arrangemen£s of spring flowers in basket's flanked :by novel Easter Bunnies. Following the delicious menu, which featured,roast, Rev. Hood, who is Youth Director of the Vidalia Baptist Church, enter- tained the group with folk songs and gave an inspiring talk on the life of Christ.- Melinda Carter, Class Secretary. be represented• Theme of the conference is "You've Got a Lot to Give." Special programs will be pre- sented by the Rev. Verl A. Underwood, minister of the University Park Christian Church in Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. E. C. Rowland, Jr., of Dall,as, Texas. Mrs. Rowland is presl'dent of the Internltional Xheiarian Women's Fellowship of the Christim Church. She and her husband are b,ath or- dained ministers. Her husband is pastor of the Central Chris- tian Church in Dallas. President of the Missis,:ppi Assembly is the Rev. Henxy S. Horned, pastor of First Chris- t tan Church of West Point. Misses Jamsie and Liz Trep- pendahl of Jackson and Miss Debbie Leiden of Hartford, Conn., a friend of .the latter M1;ss Treppendahl, spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Treppendahl. Mdn. David Treppenda:hl of Anna.polls, ,Md., is spending this' week with his' parents. Th-e Woodville Republican, Woodville, MisslssippJ Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Rosetta News , ('radle Shower ltonors Ih',.,. lhbbie Arnold M.:s. Robbie Arnold .was hon- (]rccl :'L a cradle shower on 'ihurday evening in the tmme of Mrs. Charlie Brabham, Jr.. Co-ho:stesses with Mrs. Brabham were Mrs. Murdock Havard, Miss Cissy Foster, and Miss Debby Perrytown News / Guests in the home of Mrs.j Hazel Hazlip du¢in,g the 1aster" weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kilgarlin of Midland, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hazlip and sons• Mike, Randy and Kyle, of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and children, Troy and Missie, of Magnolia, Ark., and Mr. and umrall. 'Mrs. Ken Murlay of Natchez The honaree was presented visited their parents, ir. and wfih a corsage by the hostesses I Mrs. Maurice Murray, last week- 'a2.d tif s were presented and end. di:l?layed. In lhe d!ning rccm the table v,u:s covered witt a linen cloth, ard the centerpiece was a stork a:argcment. A punch bowl was ;flaae[t at one end of the table ::nO at. the other end party Mr. James Anders and chil- dren. Kathey and Del. of Natch- ez visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Perry of Vial.alia, La.. spent ,].ast week with his mother, Mrs. Emma cqu,/res were served. Al:out fifteen guests attended'Perry' Ih e event. Honored guests were Mr. rand Mrs. Steve Cavin c,f ,nd Mrs Baton Rouge and LSU visited his 3J.':s. I_aure Arnold grandpar: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Th2:nas Wilkinson, ents-to-be. Cavin, la'st weekend• ....... Mr. R. V. Forman was a din- nor guest in the home of his an-in-law and daughter, Mr. i and Mrs. Wallace Havard, in R::xie Easter Sunday. Mr. Curtiss Havard, Jr., of Fat:n P, auTe visited Mr. and ico. after Visited his parents, .Mrs. Joe Mathis the past week- Mr. and Mrs. Odell Day, the end. past week. Mrs. Mattie Whitehead of I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Havarfl ........... Sr and san Wa'ne Jr of satcnez, mr. an Mrs. Joe naz- i, .: ,' .,, ,v  , ., , ['lip ,of Baton 1ouge and Mr. I ra:mez visiea ner parents anti I ........ - gTandfather, Mrs. and M,rs. Iver- NIIcheM:S'vist:: grt;°a:enM:: ton Murray and Mr. R. V. For- [man Sunday. weekend with %heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and Mr. and irs. Larry Shorey of Glos: ter. Guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Perry during the week- end were Mr. Shad Pe,rry and son, Rodger. of Nate,hez, Mrs. Yvom:e Perry and sans. Mike and Steve. and Mr. and Mrs. Everette Thompson of Fayegte, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff of Natchez• Mr'£ Marion Seward and Mrs. Patricia Pritchard and children, Vtckie, Tommy and Gerald. of Vidalia visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Sunday. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson Sun:lay were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brawn and daughter, Martha, and child,ten, Joey and. Lt:-:a. of Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil- son of Meomb. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gene Wilson and san of Gloster. anti Mr. and .,Mrs. Ernest Brown of Crabby Route. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Alton At- Miss Dorothy Adams visited hold and ehlldren visited M,r. her parents, Mr..and Louis and Mrs. Sidney Nettles Sun- Adams, ,in Belzoni during the day. Ot::er guesls were Mr. Clyde Easter holidays• • Nettles and son, Randy. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shorey Bill Nettles of S'dver Creek. and baby of Texas spent the Mm. Kenneth Leake and chil- dren, Cliff and Jeannie. af Clay- ton. La., spent the Easter holi- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ba,rney Hazlip. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip for Siva Easter holidays were Mr. and Mrs. t2alph Sibley and san Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt Keller Greer Sunday• and s.2n. Tally Boy, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rymcr Mrs. Steven Hays and daughter, r -n n M  'Ihomas Wayne Ashley MAKER i M. ,. fl Mrs. Charles I-I. Va i % ' - MAlt HILL HOME S I,,t-,.,,  wo ....... , .... .,rsev la'nd sons, Tommie and Randy, and children of Sumrall, Mr. Kristi, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald MEET WITH MRS. CAVlN I announce the en-aement o} i of aton Rouge wmted her and Mrs. Jesse Rymer and chil- N auman ' cud Mr. and Mrs. * •  ca" ' o , t masher Mrs Louise Day and dren of Pralrievllle, La, Mr. and .atr'ck Thomas. all of Baon mh, Mo Hil Homemakersthetr daughter, tauten Anne, I '' "_ ..... Mrs. William Rymer and Mr. Rouge• On Sunday they were _ ....... rs 1 , - - ' *o '''-'"in J°mes ""'"f Roen I""rr and Mrs wom Asmey :aser Club met at the name oI Mrs.  a,a , .." nu,  -  " . " and Mrs. John David Pullen and joined b.y Mrs Sally Cobb and --ql,, eavin with six members i blast USAR son of Mr. and Mrs. ,,unaay.    . • ,,-', ,  ...... ,,-+, -,. ,,,'1 Mr. a'd Mrs. Clarles R. Bass daughter of Natchez, and Mr. family, Mis.s Kathy Cobb and :/ni; i  aiie:ht to ' F;;':: 2ti":  :i ;:d M;i:l:;?leftffolAtbU?rUlrqrle e and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of Cen-Kenny Cobb, of Crosby for a " ''" '.' " : .. .......  . " L :: : treville vtsl.ted Mr. and Mrs. wonderful day. e so - d te president, and the club collectEhnira College, Elmira, New York, spent her junior year at was rea:t by Mrs: Nine Sturdi-iThe Sorbonne in Paris, France. vant. A demon,stration was .given] .At the presen time she s. teach- on low cost, low calories, and,my French in the Pine Valh.'y low weight. The study topic was !Central School in South Dayon, on "Food Fads and Fae." A'New York. quiz was given by Mrs. Weasel[ Her fiance is a graduate, eum Taylo,r on eggs• Mrs. Rite Smith flaude, of Vanderbilt University, w,cn the door prize•  Nashville, Tennessee, and Car- The hostess served del!cious li nell Unive'rslty Law School, s.andwiches, cookies, chips an dIthaca, New YOrk• He is a mem- dip with Cokes and coffee, i her of The JudTe Advocate Gcn- ' The next' mee¢tn.g' wall e at i's. Cor, gs; stal;ioed a¢, torg the home of Mrs'. Lee Perry.  Monroe, Vtr, g:nia. Reporter. ' T,h,e wedding will be sole:n- nized, on July 14 ,at the Westside Presbyterian Church in Ridge- wood, New Je,rsey. i!!i::;:" !i!!!!i.!;?!!!!!!!;!!!>:.!:!!i!;h?i:??i:?!:!:ii;i!;!:?i:i:!!iiii!!i;ii!!i?iiii:i!!iii:!i!iiiiii::!:i$i. .ili!!i:'::i:?i:!:!:i:i:ii:ili)i! >" i,!Ji:i::':" :"';?j::' :" !ii:":": .... : :::iiii/- ,i; ...... : ' " S :::< ......... i ::i 9 Mars Hill News . _ .,, ........ , Gordon Rymer Easte,r Sunday. ;'dnatXy a, lbLr VlSlrAng ner par- ,, ......... e t "M n-' "',rs Odell Da" i ar. ana. mrs. ttmnara urray • :-':, ". a .a v .'. .  Y'l,and children of Baton-Rouge aria with reta'cives alia trienas _, ............ vmited Mr and Mrs. i,myd For- In iVllSSllppl Lne pas weeK. I _. '_. . • .  man, or, aamraay Mrs. L,omso Day visited her[ . ' . . _' _ . " Mr ana Mrs morris Day oi ,con-in-law and daughter Mr. ' ' ............. ' _ , Baton Rouge vlsitmd Mrs, Louise :htu Mrs. tlyoe rnes in  .... , . 1[ ' I Day ,unaay I ranelswl .' Lm for a few days . _ : ..... I la,t week ' ' , ars. ['r,anie r'orrer z,i ,mmT l r ",', ,, ......... , oer.ry, ohio, arrived the ,pas  ......... Sunday to visit her smter--, t.r, -aune nn, vsea overs, law M,r Bob Keller George Greer Sunday. Mr. and Mils. E. J. Welsh of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tinsley .... a.on Rouge and Mrs. James Livings,ton of Hammond, La., anti Cros:y visited their mother, Mrs. Bob Kelle,r, and a, unt, Mrs. Frankie Porter, ',aturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Huff rof Ia:al.on Rouge and Mr. and M,rs. JOhn Lec I)aver of .Woodville vi<ted Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For- mau, Jr....e.unday. Mr. :aqd Mrs David Sturd,ivant Sunday guests of Mr. and, anti son, David, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd and dough- Mrs. George Weathers and girls, ter, Charlotte, of Natchez, Mr. Emily and Werdy, of Bat,an, and M, rs. Harry Weatherly and Rouge, Mrs. Mattie Whitehead children, Grey and P,am, of and Mr. and Mrs. Paul CothrenR'dgeerest, La., Mr. and Mrs. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, APRIL 26 - 28 and daug.hter of Clarksdale vis- Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel Be Sure------ of Natchez,. hgrs. Ke.1]er Greer and. son of Rosetta, and Mrs. ,1 18" Reynolds Audrey ttazlip of Bat,q.u Pauge. Heavy Duty FOIL 53c Mrs. Fre:i Holden of Baton " Rouge ,and rs. Emma Bryant visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis k.r- Pride of Illinois , nold Sunday. Other gt,sts '"° were Wilson White or Yellow ;Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. Spending the weekend with NECK BONES i CORN, 303 cans 3 for 65c =r. and M,.s. Verlis Pe00'ry were Mr. and Mrs. Tam Perry and children and Mr. and Mrs.' L. No, 303 De] Monte ' Boyington and children, all of Griffin SturdNant of Liberty, and 'Mrs. Mike McGraw ant daughter, Laura, visited their /.'.arents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. tu,rdivant, Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Grady Murray of Leggett, Texas, visited -his father, Mrs. Luc.:en M urr,ay, the past weekend., Mrs. Bobby Joseph and chil- dren of Natchez and. Mrs. Early Durham an2 children of Jack- :on visited their m.=the, r, Mrs. ited her la,arents, Mr: tnd Mrs. Joe ,Mathis, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metealfe and children, Clifford and Wml- da, and Mr. and rs. Malcolm Sterling and children, David and Colleen, all of Cen.treville, visited Mr. and Mrs. lVllicky Perry Sunday. ------lnure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville LIVESTOCK SERVICE ® Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates. @ Individual order buying service. @ Quantities of stcker cattle bid on in pasture. ' , Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Phone 888-6682 Woodville, Miss. i II - ' ,3 ibs. Morgan City, La. Mr. Nalan Rabb and son of Waterproof, La., recent g'uets of Mr. and Mrs. Walter CHARCOAL, Ibs? $I.37 ningsCavin Cavin.and Mr. an:t Mr:., Jen- Mr. and, Mrs. Kerm'.t hcll SALAD ,3- 25c ...' --i =1 ' Taylor of Zachary, La., and Mr. :bays of St. Francisviile .spent 8 OZ. Jif ' ' =. --aL' .,  , i and Mrs. Morris Vines of Natch-i Sunday with his mother, Mrs. 'E At UT BUTTER 67c '. ez were Sunday gue:s, of Mrs.' Sallie Cavin. __. -- 160 Count __ ^'C F Royal Oak % -7__-. _..'---, ,.. Northern00,, NAPKINS.. t CHARCOAL ] . 303 Del nnonte | 10 Ibs. | hole GREEN BEANS 31c rrom $100 to. $5/7000 Jim Dandy 69C ,( Bill ConsolldatingLoans DOG FOOD, 25 Its. $3.49 prevent .a collision TL HELPER 49c --Free COUNSELING SERVICE- broader coverage at no extra cost before renewing your Put it can cover the high cost of autorepairs. Check our )ii: IH[ 'VAR"[IV" SHIRK Ca'l Or St0p By Our Office present a,to Insurance. Woodville Finance, Inc. Lewis Insurance Agency $1 00 NEW POTATOES 19c ,00rover E00ster Sunday. Mr. D. N. Williams visited his • son and. family, Mr. and Mrs. ..... Royal Oak T.A. Williama ,and children, in " ' • Church Hill Saturday and Sun- day. Mr and Mrs. Morr'..s Edward • children of Ro::!e s'ent Day. and children expected to , " leave Monday to reurn to their 16 oz. Rainbow Sliced Easter Sunday with her parents,[ham e in Albuquerque, New Mex- - S oz. cans HAMBURGER DILLS 33c Mr. and M, rs..Verlis Perry. Mr. and Mrs, ,C. W. Cavin anrl i mmmkmammmm m mmmm & BEANS 3 - 25c No.'303 New Orleans Style Baton lOl.lge sent Friday and Easter Sunday guests of,.Mr. oz. cans RED BEANS 5for ,. 0000turday here visi.00g Mr Mrs De0000nis Vines were ...... 'Mrs. Walter Cavin and Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Ma,rtin Hammer, 'llgl r . ,, ' Mr. and Mrs. Burney Boyd Mr. anti Mrs. Jack Cav.ln and Street ' WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 "' .... , Depot Street Phone 888-2011 % ......... " Q';":I ,#, ;;: c J&' .4 ' . : :? i!£.