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The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslss[ppl Page 3 May 18, 1973 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flcmingtion ' "P(ele of Gloster announce the The groom-elect is the grand- enggemen, t of their daughter, l.so n of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cen,tre- ri Ellen, t) Jerry Kelth Haynes I of Raymond jiSter, II, son of Mr. and Mrs. iville and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon erry Ket,th Foster, also of iFster of Bro.okhaven. loster. Mr. Foster is a graduate of The bride-elect is the grand- Gloster High School and ob- aUghter of Mr. and Mrs. Rod- rained a degree in business ad- dS Berrhill of Marks and ministration from the Un,iver- ;trl.dale a.nd of Mr. Hillary of Mississippi. His home sity ;OGle and the late Mrs. Poole business is in Woodville and loster. where the couple will live. Poole is ,a graduate of The wedding will be solem- High S,hool. Shc has nized on June 16 at seven-thilq,y graduated from the o'clock in the evenl.ng in the of Mississippi wth Hoyte 4Memorial Presbyterian in elementary educe- Church in Oloster. I.R. CLUB MEETS AT LAKE ROSEMOUND The Irwin Russell Club met on Friday, May 11, at the lake- side home of Mrs. D. N. Redhead a,t Lake Roemound with Mrs. R. M. Redhead as hostess. There were thirteen members and f, our guests, Mrs. D. N. Redhead, Miss Mabel Street, Mrs. S. B. Curry and IVrs. A.W. Treppendahl, present. After a brief business session Mrs. G. L. Morris presented a ,program on "Ind,i, ans in Mis- sissippi." The natives of the United States migrated, prOb- ably from Siberia, thousands of years ago. They were called Indians by Columbus because he I thought he had found India and L the name is still used. The Choctaws in Mississippi a,re a remnant of a large tribe that at one time occupied parts of the state and Alabama. N,ow they live o a reservation near Philadelphia. They were called Flatheads because of their cus- tom of pressing the heads of infants between boards. Another tribe in the state, .the 'Natchez Indtans, were diwided into clans ,and developed a highly privileged class. They were the first of the mound builders .and some of the mounds date back more ,than a thousand years. Many f the mounds are located along the lower end of ,the N, atchez Trace. These In- dians gave up their nomadic life and became f, armers. Not much is known about the Biloxi Indians. The best evidence seems to indicate they appeared on the Gulf Coast about two hundred years before the white men came into the area. At the conclusion of this most interesting look at the Indians of our state the guests enjoyed a social hour. 1Vrs. Redhead then invited her gues.ts to the sun deck which had ,a lovely view of the lake. She seated them at tables covered with gay cloths and centered with gingham flowers. A delicious party menu of congealed chicken salad, It.evade F. McGraw ,and Mrs. .artichoke hearts, hot rolls, tarts, I John T. Bass and the late Mr. tea and coffee was served. IBass, all of Woodville. The next meeting will be on A graduate of Southwestern ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED May 25 with Miss Sarah Jensen Heights High So.heel in Kismet, as hostess._ Mss Lee is a soph.0more at DawnBrent Ford,Depee'RoyTmmYHendry, Fetter.Marie I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Seward Coun.ty Community Logan, August Martens, Eric College, majoring in social Morris, Cvin Phipps, Sh,aron [ Mr. and Mrs. Wiley W. Cavin [science. " : Rags.dale, Warren Reed, Tommy announce the engagement and Mr:' : McGraw graduated 'from esslons, James "Sotleau, ,Ray I Wllkinson County Christian Whitehead and Winn Smith. pproaching marriage of ,their Academy in Woodville and is Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, May 17 - 19 /-,I %i,i " 10 oz. Towie SALAD OLIVES 57c 7 AIIMeat ^ l " BALOGNA oz. Blue Plate I | PEANUT BUTTER 65c t I k., 79c , Bounty JUMBO TOWELS 3 for $1 Bath Size 43c LUX SOAP 2 for 29c 16 oz. American Whole SWEET PICKLES REED-BOGGESS NUPTIALS SAID MAY 13 IN HOUSTON Mrs. Susan HowaTd Boggess, daughter ,c,f Mr. and rs. George Jefferson Howard of Houston, FIVE COUNTY STUDENTS TO GRADUATE AT USM Hattiesburg -- More than l,Jgg persons will receive degrees dur- ing the annual Spring com- Texas, end'.the Rev. James Farr meneemen5 at the University of Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Southern Mississippi, scheduled Reed of Plnckneyville, were at 7:30 p.m. May 23 in the Reed married on Sunday, May 13, a one o'clock in the a.fternoon at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church ,in Houston. The Rev. Charles Wyatt-Brown officio.ted at the ceremony. Green Coliseum. In addition to those prewous- ly announced as having com- pleted requirements during the Fall and Winter quarters, can- didates for degrees who, are The 'bride wore a beige and completing requirements Spring white suit with white acce'asorles quarter include the f, cllowing: Teresa Johnson Moore and and carried a nosegay of yell;ow roses and yellow daisy pompons with baby's ,breath. lVrs. Robert Miller of Jackson, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She wore an empire sytle blue polyester dress with blue picture hat and car- tied a bouquet e,f yellow carna- tions and yello.w statice. Mr. Reed served his son as bes,t man. A reception was held follow- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown lKINDERGARTEN CLOSES Lee, Jr., of Kismet. Kansas, an- nounce the engagemen. and approaching marriage of {heir l Graduat!cn exercises for the daughter, Merci Beth, to Rogers I local kindergarten class taught Yates McGr.aw, Jr., on of Mr. by Mrs. Johnnie J. Lcake as- and Mrs. Rogers Yates McGraw sisted by Mrs. Le,roy Floyd were of Woodville. held on Thursday night, May 10, Grand-arents cf the bride let the Woodville Methodist ' P " ' H - / Church BUFFALO HMC MEETS elect are Mr. and Mrs. ",t Singley Of Plains Kansas, and l The p].)ogram ilalu, ded prayer, WITH MRS. LEROY SMITH I Mr T B Lee and the late Mrs. poems, Flcctge o negmn,ee o I_ " " ::'oodville I the Flag a verse beginning with The Buffalo Homemakers Club i,.ee oi Warents ._ 'he los ec the letters of the word Gradua- met in the .home of Mrs. Leroy I Granap  o t P" P - i n " t on, a d closing prayer led by Smith on Tuesday, May 8. Mrs. ive bridegroom are Mr. Robert ..... Mrs ev u  every Glenn Netterville, president, ]W. McGraw ,and the late . ' ' ' Members of the class were: presided. Four year old - Karen Walsh, Suggestions for organizing the Reily Ann Owens and Mlehelle home sewing center were dis- Henderson: Five years old - played, among which were clev- Ricky Corkern, Anthony David, er ideas for storage, especially Keith Adair Miller. Bachelor of of Science. and James Madison Miller. II, Master of Fine Arts, Woodville; and Mary Louise {Susie) Reese and Bobby Earl Vaughn, Bacheler of Science. Centreville. ENGAGED COUPLE FETED AT DESERT PLANTATION Desert Plantation at Pinck- ing the ceremony at the War- neyvilte was the setting Satur- wick Club in H.ouston. [d,ay evening f.r a tIawaiia?. The couple will make their I party honoring Mss Saundra home in Houston, where the[Percy and her fiance, Mr. David Rev. Mr. Reed is working toward I Cedric Wimberly of Chu,rch his PhD at Rice University aadlPoint. The couple will be m.zr- Mrs. Reed is employed at Berli,tz]ried on June 2 a three-thirty School of Languages. i in the a, fternoon at Our Lady Among those from out of .flown[ f Mount Carmel Ca.thlic who .attended the wedding were[ Church in St. Francisvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Hostesses were Miss Willie Jackson, Mr. Merwin Reed of'Brandon, daughter of the WiN Mobile, Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. liams Brand.ns e,f Dse,rt; Misses Ann and Katherine Pery, George Salter, Mr. C. A. King, Mrs. Helen Weber Harris and Miss Penny Perkins of Lake Cherries, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Eckart and Mrs. Baya Irving of DeRidder, La. 303 New Orleans Style 'Ik. RED BEANS 2 for 43c Blue Plate y COKE , \\;m MAYONNAISE, qt. 73c 1' or Sprite, Tab ]1 | and Fanta Flavors | I quarts | McCormick Hamburger 4-$1 MEAT SEASONING 19c McCormick Italian SPAG. SAUCE MIX 19c now employed at Crown-Zeller- back Company in St. Francis- vllle, La. The wedding will be solem- nized on Augus 12 a four ,:'clock in the afternoon at St. Patrick's Catholic C h u r c h. Plains. Kansas. Friends and relatives are in- vited to attend the ceremony a.nd the reception immediately following. daughters of Mr. anti Mrs. Carter Percy; and Miss Roxie Percy, daughter of the Conner Percys of Clinton. The guests, some 125 in num- ber. were ]:,.esented flower leis. Hurrica, ne lights lined .the walk- way to the house and illumi- nated the lawn. The rooms were decorated with pineapplea and other fruit, wild hydrangeas, daisies, jasmine and p:tted plants. A local guitarist played during the party. Miss Percy we,re f, zr the occa- sion a two-piece floor-length flowered cotton. The honored couple was pre- sented a piece of silver in thear FT. ADAMS CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. H. B. CURRY The Fort Adams Woman's Club met on Wednesday, May 9. at the home of Mrs. Hubert B. Curry with Mrs. L. B. Stockett as co-.hostess. Present fr this interesting session were eigh-! teen members and four guests, Mrs. J. L. Matthews of Lake lasemoun.d. Mrs. J,ames T. lalk- enheiner, Mrs. Mark Curry, and Miss Adelaide. Curry. Following a brief business ses- sion, Mrs. Curr'y introduced the guest spaer. Mns. Math,evcs, ]who presented a charming tour ,by means o,f color slides and interesting commentary on Ma- laysia and Hong Kong, where she spen some time with her husband, a membe,r of .the In- ,ternatlonal Executive Service Corps. Scenes ,of the beautiful countryside along with views of interest of temples, Buddhas. 1 botan.ical gardens, rubber ree plantations and .tin ,mines high- lighted the delightful presenta- tion. Mrs. Matthews also add, ed pictorial review of a recent trip to San Salvador featuring scenes of .the market places crowded with fruits, vegetables and flowers, as well as insights into the great wealth and great poverty of various segments of the population. Following the delightful pre.s- entation the hostess served de- licious refreshments during an enjoyable social hou,r. Main Street daughter, Debra Ruth, to Royce Clyde" La.nehart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lanelart. The bride- elect l a 1973 graduate c,f Wil- kinson County Christian Acad- ARIET $HACll emy. THE V wo0000,n, nized on May 18 at seven o'clock in ,the evening at the home of WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 the bride-elect's sister, Mrs. Lorraine  Carruth. Friends andl relatives are cordially Invited to attend. of sm, all items. Various recipes chosen pattern. were distributed with a selec- Miss Percy s the daughter of ,tion on pickling ,being of par- Mr. and Mrs. William Chaillie ticular interest. Percy. Jr.. of Et,. Fl:.ancisville. During the social time the Mr. Wimberly is the son of Mr. hostess served individual blue- and Mrs. Joseph Lee Wlmberly berry pies .and punch, of Church Point. 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