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:.IIRS. SESSIONS HOSTESS, I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED . ltIRS. STOCKETT GlVES Mr. and Mrs. Wilford B. I,IGRAM Smiley of Centreville announce FOR IR CLUB the engagemen of ,their daugh- The Irwin Russell Club met qter&apos; Betty Smiley McKey, to Carl n May 3rd st the home of Mrs. {E. DAquilla, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Carl E D'Aquilla, Sr, of ' :M. Sessions wibh fifteen mere- t ' ' C., s .and three guests, ,Mrs. Woodville. lharles Stockett, Mrs. O. B. I The bride-elect is a graduate , of Centreville High School and OVerly and Mrs. E. R. Jones, is now employed at Field Me- lresent, i imorial Community Hospital in i:: The party area was .bright lth lovely arrangemenCs of ;sjs and verbena. After a brief :foiness session MrS. P. M. ,,, ekett presented a program of vUsical Favorites." When she eaied herself at the piano Mrs. 8!Oekett said she was going to =:: :YhintTU :i! e h ip!bli::: !: aii ags old and new. Some of the song.s were "Let Me Call U ,weetheart," "Honey" and eves Old Sweet Song." Others Con treville. Mr. D'Aquilla is a gradua, te of Woodville High School and .at- tended Southwest Mississippi Junior College, Summit. He is now employed with the U. S. Post Office in W, oodville. The couple will exchange vows on June 15th in the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. James Belle Isle and Mrs. E. L. Tolbert spent last weekend in Cleveland with M,r. and Mrs. Th-e Wo-odville Republican, Woodvflle, Misdsdpp Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED b J ::: i L':,) " ' 4 ; i:% < .:: : :,ii;;!ili Rosetta News Mrs. Pat Huff of Ba.ton Rouge and Mrs Boyce Dover anti dons, ]Damy and Dale,,, of Woodville /visii.ed their sist.cr, Mrs. Lloyd [Forman. Jr.. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and son. Glynn. of Natchez visited his mother. Mrs. Louise Day, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cullie Fovman of Natchez and Mrs. Roddis For- man of Creby visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forman. Sr., Sunday. M,r. and Mrs. James Living- ston of Hammond. La., and their granddaughters. Amy and Lacy Livingston. of Baton Rouge, vis- i.ted her mother. Mrs. Bob Kel- ler, Sunday. Mrs. Rznald MeCabe and Kelly visited ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman. ,r., Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bruss of Centreville and Mrs. G. A. Mc- Coy and children. Jeffrey and Mary Ann, of Jackson. La. vis- ited Mr. and Mr.s. George Gceer during the weekend. Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr., and daughter. April. visited her brother and sister and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Geter in Baton Rouge and Mr. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. Lucien Murray of Route 1. Crosby, announces the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of lfis daughter. J.acqueline. to Mr. Lester Ltx,mbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lestcr Lambert, Sr. of Gloster. Miss Mur,ray is the daughter of the late Mrs. Eunice Pritch- I FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT NAMED ASSISTANT D.A. IN BATON ROUGE Mrs. Diane Aker Jenkins, 26, allagive of Texas anti a fermer Woodville resident, was one of two new attorneys appointed to the staff of Dis.triel Attorney Ossie Brown of East Baton Rouge Paris.h. Baton Rouge, ac- cording to an announcement by his executive assistant last Wednesday. Mrs. Jenkins. wife of St, ate Rep. Woody Jenkins. has been employed as head of 'the family law section of the district at- torney's office and will handle cases before the Family Court lay.sluing criminal hog!eel of f.amilies. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Aker of Baton Rouge, Mrs. Jenkin,s is a graduate of LSU, where she received degrees in both journalism and law She won ias.t year's moot e our emn- petition at the LSU Law School. edited a law school newspaper, served for three years as man- aging editor of the North BaLon Rouge Journal, and was for- merly employed at WAFB-TV. not quite so old, "My Own Henry Neal. They attended com- ic Love,". "Love Is .a Many mencement excercises at Delta Thing" and "Temp- Sta,1;e College at which Mr. Neal Tw, o of the ,songs were received his diploma. themes of recent years, from "Love Story" and rangements of wild verbena and  ere ':'TUe Love I'lendored JR. I.R. CLUB ENJOYS 4 gallon.,, T Jj aOVle the: i l{elxle fro [:./hiyago.,, On Thursday, April 27, Junior Er., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Irwin Russell Club members and Hunt Smith, Sr., of Centreville. their husbands enjoyed a steak supper t the home of Mr. and 1 T,e bride-elect is a 1988 grad- Mrs. Fred Netterville on Lake uate of M. C. Williams High SUPPER WITH HUSBANDS ment and f, orthcoming marrmge ON LAKE ST. JOHN of their daughter. "Constan.cc My Love" from "Dr. red spirea. A dcliciou.s menu 'Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd and Mrs. Arbor Wisher in Jack- Maize, Jr., of Ge,rmxntown, Ten- son. La., for a few days the past nessee announce the engage- week. Mr. and .Mrs. E. J. Welsh of Baton Rouge and her aunt Mrs. ard Murray. She is a graduate of Pine Hills Academy in Olos- ter in the class, of 1973. Mr. Lambert is a graduate of Liberty Attendance Center and Ann. to Willi,am Hunt Smith, Frankie Fcrter, a house guest, is presently employed with the visited her mother, Mrs. Bob Gloster Police Department. IN LOVING MEMORY Of My Son, Glendal Croom Seven years t:ave passed 'since you wen away, Heart of my heart, how I miss you Everyone enjoyed the featuring stuffed crab, ,rosy pear] Keller. Saturday. The wedding will take place And think of the bright days and "Miss Myrtle had to salad, and strawberry part.nit[ Mrs. France Breedlove visited on Friday. June 22. at seven gone by, t;m: 2:: s period Mrs. w? eServ::t I Mrs. Janie Reese in Centreville o'clock in the evening at the And, oh, I will never forget you f h meeting will be on Hopewell U n it e d Methodist For thoughts ef you ever are -sl,zns seated her guests at; I May 11 at Lake Rosemound with ] o, ,,, Co-hostesses with Mrs School in Germantown. She Thursday. Mrs. Eith Ball and Mrs. Church with the Rev. Ed Causey nigh. itbles cen,tercd with gay ar-IMrs. R. M. Redhead as hostess. ,l 2,,tterville ..... were Mrs." David graduated cum l aud.e from Mill- Frank Gerbish of Vldalia, La.. officiating. Someday h:w I pray to be with I i IBramlette, Mrs. Charles Seal, saps Colle in May, 1972, wi,th visited Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights Since no formal invitations you 1' | ! IPV rr'n A AAt" IAIrVLJ% |lMrs. Charles Whetstone, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Thursday. are being sent. friends and rel- Where loved onea are parted no LUtdY'S C00-RA0000CS WORKSHOF |] English. At Millsaps, she was a We extend sympa.hy tO the atives are invited through this I more: Mrs. Stewart Curry. I member of Chi Omega social family of Mrs. Doris Arnold. medium to attend. |] The next meeting will be a Away with our God in Hs Gifts and Supplies I/luncheon at 12:30 at Club South l .r n  I. sorority, for which she served who was buried in Natchez last. -' Heaven. ]'iil "- ............ r u ..... |/of the Border with Mrs. Rich-Ins: corresponding seeret'ary and Wednesday. recovery. I :.|, | ard Smither and Mrs. J. M. I vice-president' and as a mem- S/Sgt. and Mr.s. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of| That brigh and celestial store. ber of the Millsaps Stagers. Wayne Floyd of Fort Sill. Okla.. Centreville and Mr. and Mrs. l Says of sadness still come over li:n hwy 61, Hardwood, La. I me: [Sessions, III, as hostesses. ]She was a member of Sigma visited his grandmother. Mrs. William Rymer and ehildren of'Tear s m silence often flow: i'" " J ' orth of St. Francisville J ---- ' Lambda, women's leadership LUNCHEON HONORS GUEST honorary, and was elected to George ,reer, and Mr. Greer Natchez visited hl,s parents, Mr. Mem,:ry keeps you ever near me fl Payroom for Children. | Who s Who in American Colleges Saturday. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sun-Though you passed away seven Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and day. years ago. ;: '| " |l 'Mrs. William L. Neyland hen-I.and Universities. Mi'ss. Maize is children of St. Francisville vis- Virgil sturdivant, son of Mr. No one knows the silent :ji[i_..  .,_ '1 Daily Hours; |lland,llored herof guest,.Alexandria,Mrs. JosieLa.NeY-on currently a studen.t at the Uni- ited Mrs. Louise Day and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, heartaches; 'versity of Alabama, where she and Mrs Charles Brabham, Jr., a 1973 graduate of Pine Hills Only those who have lost can !', 3:00--Tuesday  to 9 |lTuesd.ay with abridge luncheon, is working toward a Mas.ter's Saturday. .cademy, was given a trophy ,as :'iJ, " Wednesday 1osed " |lThose attending were Mrs. C. H. rdegree in Deaf Education. ,tell Iirl2"7..o ,n 2.OO |/Campbell, Mrs. John McCr.aine, i The future bridegr,om was I We are sorry to report that the Best Defensive Player in Of the grief now borne in silence Robert Stone Jr.. was injured Baseball for 1972-73. Coach Davis For the one I loved so well. --da 8:30 to 3:00 ||Mrs. A. J. Clark, Mrs. Hubert Junior College, ur.00  3.'00 11 Curry, Mrs. Aiien Wood, M*rs. !]'i valedictorian of his 1968 g,rad- m an accident and is a patient of Southwest him a Scholars.hip Mother uatlng class at William .Wl,nans in Field Memorial Hospital in Summl.t, gave ';:ii " " IlcaMpbDeln.nam, and Miss Louise ] Atend,anCeville. He graduatedCenter incamCen,tre-laude Centrevllle. We wis,h him a rapid for foeball. Amanda Perry ..................... from Millsaps College in May, 1972, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. While in eel- ," "dl --AA li./ I logo, Mr. Smith was a member AIl'k --(:!',/)'a' of the Millsaps Singers and the h - Mills.ups Troubadours. He was lC@  ".!3 " :'  i V I elected to membership in Alpha  Epsilon Delta. pre-med honor- ' cry, and O,micron Delta Kappa, men's leadership honorary. He is a member of Lambda Chi Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, MAY 10 - 12 social fraterni,ty, for which he served as scholarship chairman and pledge trainer. He is cur- rently a freshman in the Uni- '"*  ,@ No. 300 .Autocrat ve,rsity of Mississippi School of BLACKEYE PEAS 19c Medicine. f No, nized at Germantown Presby- No. 300 ,Autocrat terian ChUrctl at seven-thirty 19c o'clock in the evening on June 1st. FRYERS ! 16 oz. Nestles | lb. I QUIK CHOCOLATE 49c Mars Hill News 45 ._ 8 OZ. Kraft Mr. andMrs. RoyBr,0gdon of Houston, Texas, and Mr. and , c ITALIAN DRESSING 33c Mrs. Fred Holden and Mr. and 4 ..... Mrs. Jimmy Goldson of Baton 40 OZ. Showboat 38 Rouge v,isl,ted Mrs. Emma B,ry- ant for the weekend. Others PORK & BEANS c visiting Saturday afternoon were Mrs. Verlis Perry and Mrs/Tom 8 OZ. Perry and children. 14oz. DeiMonte W OOLITE LIQUID 65c Mrs. Mattie Whitehead of Nachez .and Mrs. Keller Greer TOMATO and Cavin of Rosetta visited Mr. CATSUP 29c Quart Gulf and Mrs. Wal,ter Cavin Satur- day. Mrs. Jennie Arnold joined No. 303 DeJ Monte Charcoal STARTER 35c them and they all went aver to \\; / oo B ! t, Over the years more Bulova watches have been given as graduation gifts than any other fine watch. "Bulova for Graduation" has just about become an American tradition. Bulova styling appeals to the "now" generation and Bulova provides the features they want most. Come in, We'll help you select the perfect Bulova for your graduate. From $40, A. Sbm continental styling. Coordinated gray dial and strap. Stainless steel case, 17 jewels. $65. B. Two-tone blue dial. Stainless steel case and band. Instant change calendar. 17 jewels. $60. C. Automatic witl] instant change date and day. Burgundy dial. 23 jewels. Expansion band. $'/5. I}. Bark finished case with taupe dial. 17 jewels. Patterned bracelet. $40. E. Smalt round case blends into notched link bracelet. 17 jewels. Champagne dial. $80. F. S!lvc sunrc)' dial featmes precision numerals and markers. 17 jewels. Textured band. $4S. WOOD'S Woodville, Miss. r COCKTAIL 35c . the cemetery. Mrs. Whitehead n$tn I brought .flowers for .the graves. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold 303 DeJ Monte ,1, 'q ,.. vislted Mr. and Mrs. Hubert PEAR HALVES 37c -pta "I." Rodgers and Mr. and Mrs. Lee % Arnold in ,,tehe, 00unday. Mrs 8 oz. Del Monte Royal Oa Arnold hag had nu but is up TOo. 2 Del Monte CHARCOAL,, I again. We hope that she con- MATe SAUCE 3 - 35c tinues to improve. We send our sincere sympa- | 20 Ibs. I Arnold, who passed away Mon- N Chy o the children Of Mrs. John Sliced or Crushed ,., , ' PINEAPPLE $1 35 day. Tieir father died just eight " month,s ago. May he Lord bless ,C them in their sorrow. /2 oz. Light Crust , ' Visiting Mr. and lrs. Walter 00:ORNBREAD BISCUIT Cavln during the weekend were Mr. Michael Cavln and son Pat. ' ' of Natchez, Mrs. Russel Ford H PUPPY MiX 2- 19c o, Wcodvtlle, and Mr. and Mrs. - ely, de Nettles, Mr. and Mrs. Jen- " nings Cavin. and Mrs. H. E. THE VARIETY SHACli S'mith, all of Orosby route. Mr. 8. L. Decker and son, Syd- ney, of Port Jervis, N. Y.. came do'wrt last weekend to their Street WOODVIL LE, MISS. 888-4282 .home Oloster returned , New York by dane the day. will ow,n some- ime this