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May 25, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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May 25, 1973

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FrMay, May 25, 1973 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Best Montfort of Woodville announce S t, e p h e n s Collbge, Columlia, the engagemen.b of their daugl1-1Missouri. She received her de- ter, Julia Mae, to Mr. Dorsey gree in May from Mississippi Erlc Trevillion, son of Mr. Doaey State University where she was Otto Trevillion and the late a member of C.hi Omega fro- Mrs. Ray McGraw &apos;Trevillion, ternity and a Sigma Alpha Epsi- also of Woodville. Ion Little Sister of Minerva. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Woodson Wren Montfort of Woodville and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theodore l'alkenheiner, also of Woodville. Miss Montfort attendel Wood- vllle Attendance Cen.ter and spent her .Freshman Mr. Trevillion s the grand- son of Mr. Clarence Trevillion and the late Mrs. Trevillion of Natchez .and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGraw. Sr.. of Woodville He attended Woodville At- tendance Center and Southwest year at Junior College. lie wins gradu- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Inman Davis of Route 1, Woodville, an- nounce the engagement and approaching m.arlage of their daughter, Jo Ann. o Edward Ollive Koch, son of Mrs. Vir- ginia Koch of Route 1, Centre- ville, and Mr. Ollive Koch of Jackson, Louisiana. The wedding will be solem- The Woodvflb Republlcan, Woodville, MisslssJpp ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ]LE MARDI CLUB HOLDS FINAL 1972-73 MEETING To mark the final meeting of tie 1!H2-73 club year. Mrs. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED in the evening at Pioneer Bap- tist Church. Miss Davis is a 1971. graduate of Wilkinson County Christian Academy and is presen1y em- ployed , with Field Memoi'ial Community Rcspital in Centre- ville. Me. Koch is a 1966 graduate of William Wlnans Attendance James Wilker.son was hostess at Club South of the Border on May 1 o sevemeen Le Mardi Club members and several guests including two from out of town. Mrs. Lee A. Broussard and Mrs. Jane Chaissan. bath ,fom La- fayette, La During a brief business 'ses- sion. Mrs. Gerald Jol:nston named those t.o serve on ,the yearbook comm'ittee. They are Mrs. L. B. Stockett. Mrs. Julius Carl;or. Mrs. Harry C. Ford. Jr..l and Mrs. Clyde Leake. Next on the business agenda' was the announcement con- , corn:n!4 the speeial outing which will be a pmnic at the home of M.r. and Mrs. Jhn Dale on Saturday, aune 2. at 7:3a p.m. The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Lament Rowe, who, as.sistcd by Mrs. Chaison, pre- sented a delightful program on I Cajun Idstory and culture. After Mrs. Rowe introduced in Cajun her mother, Mrs. Broussard. an2 ler lifelong friend, Mrs. Chais- cn. and then interpreted that in, trcductlon, the listeners were relieved m learn that the pro- gram would be in English. Mar- go, rot Rrousard Rowe said that as the theme for this year t]as been "Our Southern Heritage," ..he was proud }:) present her own heritage. Her nmther is of French Acadian descent, she said, and then explained the erms Cajun and Creole. An I Me. and Mrs. John Wilton amusing description of a Cjun'Day of Wo2dville. formerly of JUNIOR IRWIN RUSSELL by Bob Hamm. the channel 3 Baton Rouge, announce the CLUB IlOLDS ANNUAL news eommentate,r, was glven, engagement and approaching 'rlis self-proclaimed Cajun says marriage of their daughter. EUStNES8 MEETING Page 3 in .tara "Little Cajun children Eudora Jane. to Mr. James, are made of gumbo, boudin and Henry Edwards. III. of Clue. Mrs. J. M. Seions. I%I, aud Mrs. R. P. Fm'.ttler were eo- m,ce piquant:'." ITexas, son of Captain and Mrs. Using' a map of Canada and James Henry Edwards. J,r.. 224 hostesses for the annual busi- part of tl]e United States as a Rosewood Drive, Metairie, Lou- nes meeting of the Junior Irw:n nized on June 23 at six o'clock visual aid. Mrs. Rowe told the isi.ana. ]Russell Club on Friday, May tl. Center in Centrevllle. He is also hitol'y of th!s unique, ethnic Miss Day is a graduate ,zf a Club South of the Br&< . ated from Mississippi State Uni- a graduate of Hinds Junior group. Having their New Worm Woodlawn High School in Baton Fsurteen members gathered:t versl.ty where he was a member College .and attended Mississippi origin in Nova Scotia or Acadia. Iaouge and will be graduatel Aortly a!ter the noon iou, r ano of Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater- State University. He is presently which means "land of beautiful this month from Northwestern were seated at a long rainy, t nity. employed with Crown Zellerbach trees." the French settlers wefe State Universilty, Natchitoche',s, ienY a lunc.eon n:enu wi{!(  of ice,urea sn m]p x aa z exiled when they refused to Louisiana. in the College . .... z" The wedding will take place in St. Francisville. at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church The bride-elect is the grand- take he oath cf allegiance to Nursing. She is the granddaugh-, table was decorated with a large in Woodville on June 30 at half daughter of the late Mr. and past seven o'clock in the eve- Mrs. Isaac William Carte and ning. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Since no invitations are being 'liam Henry Davis, all of Wood- sent locally, friends are invited ville. The grandparents of Mr. to attend the wedding and the Koch are the late Mr. and Mrs. receltlon which will follow at tones Whie and the late Mr, the ,home of the bride, and Mrs-Ollte. Ioch, .all 'of Centrevllle. Since no formal invitations ace being sent, friends an2 relatives are invited through this medium to ,atten d both the wedding ceremony and the re- ception immediately followin in the church annex. MRS. RICHARD CHOUINARD England which had gained pos- er of the late Shelff and Mrs. :arrangement of daisles and day session of thks province. Hoping Robert B. Day and the late Mr. lilies. Lo weaken the strong bond of and Mrs. Malcolm M. Lanius.] Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl. pros- this closely knit group by sift-!all :e,f Baton Rouge. ident, called the bus:ness meet- ing them through several states,/ Mr. Edwards is ,g graduate 07 :n ta ordtr and asked Ms. the English deported them in St. Martin's Episcopal Hizh Davi,4 rp.mle!te. ela,.'m.u Pr School and holds a bachelor's the rept o l.hc, n:m>at.Lr', Lads of ma!l numbers, sepa- rating husband from wife and parent from child. The ht:s,try of hardships endured during the course of resettlement in South Louisiana perhaps explains the work hard. play hard character- ist!cs evident in their person- ality today. At this time. Mfs. Chaisson began her par of the program with two lively recordings, one of violins and aecordian which is typical of Cajun mus:c today, Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, MAY 24- 26 100-5 oz. | TEA BAGS I Diamond, Heavy Duty ALUMINUM FOIL 43c | 100 count | $1.19 Glad 30 Count GARBAGE BAGS 35c Jim Dandy QUICK GRITS, 1lb. 2-35c degree from Tulane University committee, Officers unaninf0tfsly and a master's degree from elected to erve during lhe ::cr.n- Ncfthwestern State University. mg year are: Mrs. E. M. Kee, He is the grandson of Mrs. J. H. Jr., president; Mrs. LaRue Cal- Edwards of Ocean Springs andvert, vice-prcslaent; and Mrs, the late Mr. Edwards and of J. M. Sessions. III. secretary- the late Mr. and Mrs. C. H. t,:easurer. Dobbs of Tupelo. I Mrs. Glen R. Whetione. Jr,. The wedding will be solem-ou-goin:g seeretary-resurer, nized on June 9th at three gave her dual report, which in- .o'clock in the afternoon at St. elued the $25 check sent to Joseph's Catholic Church in WCCA for the club's annual award, ta the senior with the AND CHILDREN HONORED Woodville. and one of violins 1.o demon- Since no formal invitations highest high chocl averag in Miss Joyee Anderson honored strafe the music of former are being sent locally, friends English. Mrs. Richard Chouinard of New years. Slides were used to show and relatives ace cordially in- T.he club planned two brief York, the former Miss Beth the locations of many festival'.s vited through this medium to ,:'eeessed .n,.ei,ln,,s to be held be- Treppendahl, and her two ehil- celebrated in Louisiana and to attend both the wedding core- fore adjourning for the smnmer dren. Richard and EliZabeth, give the ladies a crash study mony .and the reception which months. with an informal "get-together" of some Ca.]un expressions. It will follow at the home of the ................... last Wednesday afternoon from was explained tlat the use of bride sn Church Street. three to five ,at the home of her the hands is important in sig- . ............................................ Mr..and Mrs. J. N. Miller spent Friday through Tuesday in Nor- parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. D'jrmling the intended meaning of in this area. Anderson, Sr. folk, Vs., visitlng h!s sen Mr. While the young ladies vi.sited, 1 the spoken phrase. Because At the conclutslon of this On- Bob M.I,e,,' - They, were joined ,the children enjoyed the play- many children of today are lightening program presented t,here by another son, Mr. Joseph ground equipment and riding in growing up without the benefit with much talent and charm, a N Miller. Jr., and family of o this second language, new booklet, "What Are the Cajuns," Frederick, Maryland. children's truck.s and cars. }efforts are being made to pro-, assembled by Mrs. Rowe and Refreshments served we,re serve the Cajun culture. Among Mrs. Chaisson was offered to ............................. ctpcakes, deviled meat and egg the interesting items on display each one present. I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Calvert, sandwiches, sandwiches, salted cheese crackerlwas a book ,for young readefs. The hostess then so,fred her Mr. atd Mrs. Calvin Cadge, M,r. pare!led pe- }.which contains expressions used guests a party plate. The dell-, and Mrs. 5. D. Ragsdale, Mr. cans, various candies, and fruit. eious menu fea.tured seafood and Mrs. Clifford Wheeler, and ,;;)i punch. I Party favors preented the with Cokes and coffee, casserole, .stuffed celery, a Mr. and Mrs. Mike Logan at- children were balloons, blowouts The next club meeting wilI be' spiced peach, crackens, potato tended tl:e Jaycee-Jaycette State and miniature cricket noise- at the home of Mrs. Myrtis clips, chocolate sundae, and Convention held last Friday makers. [ Ferry. Reporter. coffee. , through Sunday in 'tupelo. 10 oz. Gebhardt's HOT DOG SAUCE The guests of hones" werel presented coloring books and a Jumbo rainbonnet in a mlnia- tare hatbox. Guests .attending the delight- ful event were Mrs. David Bram- lette and Lil. Mrs. George Ed- ward Dooley and Cherry, Pa- Richard 21c FOR A SOUND CITY GOVERNMENT LET'S ELECT... GEORGE TO THE TEAM,,.. PAID FOR BY A 7 YEAR RESIDENT THAT HAS EXPERIENCED DORMANT CITY MANAGEMENT IN OUR DOMICILE TOWN... 00how00oot POrK & BEANS 27c " f 1[. ,tricia and Ben. Mrs. Flaeeomio and Emily and Alll- , Jim Dandy son, Ms. T. O. Session,s, Jr.. and Tommy and Kathy, Mrs. Clifford 8 oz. Wish Bone MEAL  Wheeler and Cliff and Cllris, and Mrs. Robert Whitehead and 1000 Island Dressing 37c |_ Plain5orlb.S.R. lgl Roxanne. ' I MARS HILL IIMC MEETS i 4 55 , The Mars Hill Homemakers LB Club met 1,ast Wednesd$ at the A & PERRIN, 5 oz. 37c C home of Mrs. Lee Pe.rry with seven members present and [ ; , . three visitors, Mrs. Alme'3ia Murre, Mrs. alad00s Cavin, Underwood OZ. Miss Mary Ann John'son. The ,meeting was called to or- DEVILED HAM 47c der by ,the president. Mrs. Inez , Johnson, and ,the club collect  was feed by Mrs. Nt.ha turdl- VAII[IY SflAK tant. The study topic wa's on ' THE clothing, and a delnonstration was given on purses and belts. Mrs. Bernice Joseph won the in Street WOODILLE, MISS. 888-4282, quiz ,prize and Mrs. Wenzel Tay- lor the door prize. The hostess served sand- wiches, cookies, chips and dip