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May 4, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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May 4, 1973

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, May 4, 1973 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED . MELINDA CARTER FETED I --' IAT LUAU FOR SENIORS t I The Julius Carter residence was lhe scene Thursday night, April 24. of an Hawaiian luau. The'aen honokred their dau!:hter. Melinda. a member of tim 1973 Senior Class of WCCA. As the gue,sts arrived, they wore' greeted in an Hawaiian l'a.:hion with a colorful lei. Be- fore the meal. tropical hers d'oeuw'es were cnjycd along wilh activities in the game room. TIle patio area. where a dcEcious South Sea Island menu was served, was highlighted wit,]] an Hawaiian mural which was flanked by potted palm trees. The buffet table featured a massve arrangemem of fruit and flowers centered with a ukulele. " I Those atten:img were mona- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Ray- hers of the graduating class. of Jackson announce the,, sponsms, and close family morn- engagement and approaching hers. Class Reporter. re,triage of their daughLer, T.erry Elizabeth. to Charles Wil- l llara Hare son of Mr and Mrs. Last Wednesday. UDC dele- 0harles B'onncr Hare. gates from Natchez, Yazoo City, Grandparents of the bride- Port Gibson. McComb, Vicks- elect are Mr. Wihner Leake of burg, and Woodville met at the Prcntiss Motel in Natchez. Miss ,Woodville and Mrs B C. Ray- Kathleen O'Fallon was elected of New Orleans. The pros- chairman of Di'atrict IV for the 'bridegroom's granflpar- next, biennial, and the 1974 eats are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin meeting is to be held in W, ood- :lllis Hare of Jackson and Mr. ville. These workshops are at- nd, Mrs. Arthur Lee Helms of' tended by the Mississippi Divi- Rlastcn, Alabama. smn officers as well as repre- "i'he Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississlpp ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Trigg, I Sr., of Richton, announce the pleted requirements for her engagement and approaching Master of Arts degree which ahe marriage of their daughter, I will receive in May. M.r. Miller graduated from Marsha Pauline. to James Madi- iWoodville High School and holds son Miller. II, son of Mr. and Rosetta News llomecoming For Rosetta United Methodist Church 'I'h(' anunal Homecoming for the Rusctta United Methodist Church will be held May 20 through May 25. Marking the celebration ,of Homecoming on May 20, an in- spiring message will be delivered by the Roy. Clyde Arender, pas- tor. al the 11 o'clock morning I s::rviee. This will be followed by Idinner in the Fellowship H.ll. All fo,m'r pasuor.s and mem- },er.s are invited to attend and 1 ar t,ic".pat e. For tl:e Revival during the Page 3 days last week. Sunday. Mrs. James Livingston of l Mr. Ebbie Wilkinson of GIGs- Hammond, La., and Crosby vis- ter visited his son-in-law and ited her mother. Mrs. Bob KeN daugl]ter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ler, Saturday. Her aunt. Mrs. Forman. the past wcek. Frankie Porter, of Mulberry, Mrs. Frankie Breedlove visil.'d Ohio. retu,rned to Hammond Mrs. Marie of Rome with her to visit for a week. Saturday. ] We welcome Mr and Mrs. We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Mi- Iverson MuJrray, who have moved chael Greer and children to our community. They are formerly from Pasadena. Tex.. into their new home here. of Vtdalia, La. I Mr. and Mrs Wayne Murray Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brab-an d children ,and Mr anti Mrs. .ham Jr., and Mrs. Louise Day Melvin Murray, all of Pasadena. visited Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day I Texas, are visiting thei,r grand- in Natchez Friday. I father and parch,IS. Mr. R. V. Pine Hills Academy held the Forman and Mr. and Mrs. Iver- Junior-Senior Prom Saturday son Murray. evenlng at Pine Hills Country Mrs. Martin Shorey and her Club. Those ,attending from Re- daughter cf Texas are visitin: we':k, the pas.;or will deliver tlae setta area were Mlss Delane he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ,:naons and there will be guest Arnold, daughter of Mr. and L Vines. pianists for the services o begin Mrs. Lane Arnold; .Edgar L. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne PettLt each at 7:30. A cordial invitation is ex- lm:ded to friends of Reset,to and the area to attend. Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr.. and d:mghter. April, visited her brother and sister-in-law. M,r. and Mrs. Bpyce Dover Jr., es- pecially to see her new nephew wh: was bern the past .week. Ma::',er Calvin Greer has been sick with ttae chicken pox, We wish him a rapid recovery. Miss Janlce Cavin and some friends Iron] Vidalia. La.. vis- ited he uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Smith, Saturday. Mr.s. Jack Greer of Vidalia. !La.. and Mrs. T. A Jackson and daughter. Gall, of Coles visited their mother, Mrs. Bertha Stew- art. Sunday. Mrs. Drew Ball and Mrs. 'Frank Gc,rbish of Vidalia. La.. vis'.tcd Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights Tuesday. Vines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar of Cenreville anti Mr. Jack Le Vines; Miss Beverly For- Greer of VidaP.a. La.. vLstcd Mr. man, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Greer Sunday. William Forman; Miss Nelwyn Mrs Stella Smith viKted her Murray, daughter of Mr. and brother Mr. Jim Brown, in Mrs. Eddy Mu,rr,ay; Dean Mur- Mcadville Saturday. ray, son of Mr. and Mrz. John R. M.:. Le Burgess of NaL:':ez Murray: Miss Darlene Spei.ghts, viai'eJ in the D. N. Willia:as daughter of Mrs. Jessie Mac he,me Wcdne:day. Speig,hts; Thomas Ashley,, son James Sturdivant returned to of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ashley; Northea:st Luisiana University and Virgil Sturd, ivant, son of in M.:nroe last Wednesday after Mr. and Mrs. Thomas :3. Sturdi- spending the Easter holidays in vane. the home of his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry and and Mrs. Tommie G Sturdlvant. daughters, Pride and Lesa. ws- Mr. and Mrs. James Rymer ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and sons of Natchez visited the Earney Metcalfe, in Centreviile Gordon Rymers Monday. LIVESTOCK SERVICE Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at Miss Raymond is a graduate sentatives for the six towns ot Pearl-McLaurin High School eo,nprising the district. received her A. A. degree Hinds Junior College, Mrs. Paul Frankenberger and she was a member of Phi her ni.e:e. Mrs. Jack Brunton, Kappa Honor Fraternity and children of Houston are :, Astra Club. She is presently visiting Mrs. Frankenberger's :2' endln,g the University of sister, Mrs. J. C. Cummings, at 0 " ..... her summer home on Lake Cum- l-thern Msssmpp, ma3ormg berland in Kentucky. a Elementary Education. ! Mr. Hare graduated fl'om Friends are glad to know that High School Mrs. Gordon L. Morris was able attended Hinds Junior Col- to return h,Tme Saturday fol- He is presently serving in lowing surgery and a three-week United States Air Force at stay in Natchez. She was accom- Mrs. William Jesse Miller of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mrs. John David Pullen and Woodville. I theatre and English from ttae dau.--:l]ter. Jo Hanna. of Natclaez University of Southern Missis- 1 visited her parents, Mr. and Grandparents of the bride- s-ppi. While at USM he waSMrs. Gordon Rymer, for several elect are Mrs. Theodore Perry! selected for membership in Johnston and the late Mr. John- Omicron Delta Kappa honor so- ston of Heidelberg and the late ciey and Who's Who in Ameri-I her Crosby home last week. She can Colleges and Universities. Ireturned to Jackson Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Louis "lrigg of Waynesboro. Grandparents of the prospec- tive bridegroom are Mrs. Henry Amos Shelton and the late Mr. Shelton of Woodville and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Jesse Miller o,f Woodville. The bride-elect is a graduate United Methodist Church Mr. Miller has recently com- Mrs. Horace McQueen was pleted requirements for his visited by relatives la.t week- Master of Fine Arts degree end. which he will receive in May. Did,'ya-Kn3w: Henry DeSoto. The wedding will be solem- one of the first explorers in the nized on May 26 at three 7'clock "New World," explored in the in the afternoon in the Richton Cro:by area when he first or- The rived. He was the first person Air Force Base, Biloxi. , t=anied home by her daughter of Richton High School and Rev. M. L. MzCormick. Jr., will he Wedding will be celebratdd anti grandchildren. Mrs. W. H. holds a Bachelor cf Arts dog:roe officiate. Friends and relatives NaPtlhl" Mass ab St. Jude's Gillon. III, and Hagl] and Meg, [in theatre and drama from ,tim ate invited to attend t, he wed- Church o'a May 26 el, who returned 1:o latchez Satur- i qppt.U She OfhasSOUthern,recently MissiS-corn_ dlng and reception. o'clock in the afternoon., day afternoon, niversity . Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, May 3- 5 '1 _ i !i 4 oz. McCormick BLACK PEPPER 43c 00 Size N 6 oz. Johnston KLEENEX ! Graham Cracker Crust 31c white or asst. II lz 2-55C SUPER SUDS, Giant 55c -,,m k 28 oz. "4 SURE PINE OIL 63c Del Monte 303 ENGLISH PEAS 27c 20 oz. Welch GRAPE JELLY 49c 1 /2 lb. Quick or Regular ..' '1? QUAKER GRITS 23c o. 00moked o.,eg. , Oua. 00,ze KRAFT BBQ SAUCE 55c If COKE, TAB 11 ?'1/2 oz. Kraft or SPRITE MACARONI DINNER 2],c 4-$;.00 ,il :1 lb. 'Sticks PARKAY OLEO 33c ! llain Street Ill[ VARI[IY SllAClJ WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Crosby News The citizens of Crosby are all very sorry to hear that Rev. and Mrs Steven Hicks and children are moving to Mexico. In honor of the Hicks and as thanks fc,r all the work they have done, the Crosby citizens gave a covered- dish supper for them on Friday, April 27. Mrs. Modena Tillery was in her Crosby home for the week- i end. Little League Baseball season ha's opened and Crosby is very t pi'oud to boast a great team this yeax. week they played i Wcodville and won a grea start for the new season. For the I team to continue their great work, they are going to need some support, so we hope all the people cf Crosby wi!l go out to the games, and support their team. Schedules for the games may be picked up a5 Temple's Malt Shop. Mrs. Dot McCurley returned home last week from Florida. where she v!sited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D!ck Shillings and Michael were in Crosby last, Saturd,ay visiting relatives and friends. Miss Cathy Case from MCW, Mr. and Mrs. Ravfard Strong ,and sons. Ray, Jim and Bob. Mrs. Bobby Steward and Dana, and Mrs. Jcullene McCaskell. all :f Natc,hez, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lockwood and Stcve of Gloster, and Mr. and Mrs. James Bicer- kett and children. Mike. Cayce and Donna Mock. all of Monroe La., visited in .the Albert Case home lass week. Mrs. V. L Crosby visited in Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel Be Sure------ -----Insure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville to name the Mississippi River. Anyone wlth news of Crosby tact me,'Wlll Hughes, at 639- 4803 in Crosby at any time. , ,, , I I I I reasonable ratesl Individual order buying service. Quantities of stocker cattle bid on in pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Woodville, MiSs. . I i lira I I I' I 000000ADUATIO FTS FOR BOYS I I Overnite Kits $7.00 Coat and Pants Hanger Sets $8.50 Brush Sets in many styles and Prices Pen and Pencil Sets $5 Travel Bags $5 Wallets $5, $6.50 Belts $5 up Ties, $4, $5, $6.50 Dress and Casual Shirts $7 up by Career Club and Norman Bathing Suits $6 up Pqjama by Pleetway Robes and Kilts Folding Umbrellas Finger Nail Sets FOR GIRLS Gossard Slips Gossard Panties Gossard Gowns, Robes and Pajamas Shorty Pajamas, $7 to $12.95 Towel Sets Bed Linens Panty Hose Purses $4 up .Jewelry Umbrellas Travel Bags $4.50 TREPPENDAHL'S Dry Goods Dept. ,  I  i i i