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Th-e Woodvifle Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppl Page 3 June 1, 1973 I.R, CLUB HOLDS RESOLUTION FINAL MEETING Of Respect And Love Whereas. God Ahnighty, in FOR CURRENT YEAR His infinite wisdom has seen fit The Irwin .Russell Club held to summon from our midst purr its last meeting of the year on beloved friend Edna Brannan Friday, May 25. at the Border Massey; and [ Whereas, we of the Irwin With Miss Sarah Jensen as Russell Club wish to express our hOStess. A business meeting was held genuine ,.sympathy and deep ap- oreciation of her life among us; ad the following officers we,re land lected: president, Mrs. B. S. Ones; first vice-president, Mrs. Whereas. we acknowledge Ugust Martens; second vice- memories tenderly cherished president. Mrs. Raymond Walsh: and hearts touched with sym- and secretary, Mrs. R. M. Red- pathy; and head. Whereas, the multitude of her Mrs. j. R. Hamilton presented good deeds will be known pri- a 'l)rogram on Natchez. "Monu- marily to those who received beats and Menus." The book of the 'same name was published by the Pilgrimage Garden Club her kindness; and Whereas her gentle nature, enthsiam for service and good a.ad the proceeds from its sa!e will remain as an example %o 11 go to restoration of King s all who knew her: and tavern. Natchez is a very old Whereas, we consider her ettlement that was under soy- faithful Christian witness, her oral flags but became a part dedication to duty in her home, of the United States in 1798. church and community worthy COtton soon became king and to be emulated: and a rich and cultu,red society de- Whereas. wc shall treasure our MUSIC RECITAL HERE TIIURSDAY NIGHT ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED JOIINSON-CAVIN RITES SAID IN BATON ROUGE The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carter on North Alameda Drive m Baton Rouge formed the seti, ing for the candlelight ceremony unitihg Miss Sherry Lynn Cavin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C W. Cavin of Baton Woodville CIVIC CLUB News by Ernesto Caldeira Rouge, and M,r. Bobby Wayne Johnson. son of Mr. and Mrs. The most well attended gen-IMiss Itospitality A. J. Johnson oi" Crosby. The oral meeting to date of the Civicl Miss Susan Whetstone is Ml',ss wedding was officiated by Ron Club was held last Thursday Hospitality for 1973-74. Miss Cullison. minister of the North evening and the following is a Mary McGehee of the Miss Hoe- Boulevard Church of Christ. on May 12 at Lsix o'clock in the evel2iB. A vertical band of while silk lace accented the bride's peau report of that meeting. Chairmen Selected Mrs. Ray Farrabr opened the me&Ant wRh a report on the lost board meeting. She stressed pitality committee reported that groups' finding. Miss Whetstone will attend the competition in Bloxi and serve through the year as the official hostess of the b, rlde, was maid of honor, ber She wore a ale yellow organza I At the general meeting the dlcs ilowled wth white and - s' " " i. ' I following chairs anti individuals pink daisies. She carried a nose-/wer e confirmed I gay of white carnations and Membership -" Mrs. Marshall" i yellow daisies. . I Treppendahl TIe best man was Mark - : ] Public Plantings - Mr. R. C. !D.vwling 'of Gloster, brother-in- Kaigler Mr. and Mrs. Troy Lee Reese, !law of the bridegroom. Charles Pilgrimage - Mr. Ernesto Cal- St. of Centreville announceCavin, b,rother of the bride, as- deira the engagemen,t of their daugh- i sisted as candleP, ghter. Art Show - Mrs. Burlin White- ter, Mary Louise (Susie), to] Guest's were registered by de s:)ie empire gown. Her train fell from her waist and was also that the 'board felt strongly the Civic Club. that now with the acquisition Her first official duties will accented with the vertical band cf the railroad office building, be this weekend with the open- of silk lace. The bride's veil was I clearer a,reas of responsibility ing cere}:onies of the Hospital- a crown of bonded pearls be-[wer e to be not only delineated lity House on the highway at 10 longing to Mrs. Mattie Kinchen. [ but also spread through the [ a.m. on Friday. She carried a nosegay of white/community. The board reeom-I Mrs. Jennings Owens, Mrs. sweetheart roses, stephanotis,] mended directors of events be|Richard Flaecomio :nd Mrs. and baby's breath, selected for a one year term Alex Ventress are handling those Miy,s Janet Carter. cousin of officially beginning in Septem-]ar, rangemenl, s, whic.t] will involve several young laflics witt Miss Whetstone in ante-bellum dress and 'the entertaining at lunch of the first out-of-state visitors to register. Mrs. Marshall Treppendahl is working with a committee to provide remembrances of Wood- ville to be given at Biloxi by Miss Whetstone to each of the 1Ol 1. Many large and quite days of association with this aUtlful homes were built and beloved member: !,Vishly furnished with goods Now. therefore, be it resolved ou , in Europe. by tle Iwin Russell Club that Mrs. Hamilton mentioned a we shall always remember our i ew of the homes that have I een Preserved and resto,red and dear departed member for her I e of the history connected conviction of right, her love for kindred and friends, her virtue, .' n them. The Briars was built her loyalty, her chariW and her head The music pupils of Mrs. Enos Michael James Daughdril.1 son Miss Wands Cavin. the brida's Music Festival - iVrs. John M. Burr will be presented in re- of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Daugh- sister, and assisting with serv- Hewes cital on Thursday evening, May drill of Richton ing were Mns. Corrine Stephens, Special Events - Mrs. George 31. at 7:45 o'clock in the sane- The bride-elect is the grand- Mrs. Pauline Carter. and Mrs. Gouda tuary of the Woodville Baptist daughter of Mrs. Willie Mac Robert Henderson. Miss Conya Christmas Parade Mrs. Church. Dixon of Vicksburg and the Mobley, cousin of the bride, dis- Adolph Treppendahl Students participating will be late Mr. Reames Powell Decker tributed the rice bags. Museum Fund Raising Mr. Megan Mille,r, Leigh Martens, and of Mrs. Jent Rueben Rccse The bride is a graduate of G. C. Golden, Mr. Adolph Trep- t: ltl the plantation style on a I higt: bluff overlooking the river. on Davis married Varina :),Well in the parlor the,re. reaux, the best example of :)re Revival architecture, had service. We express to her fam- Suzanne Martens, Angels Var- ily and loved ones our deepest undo, Jennine Johnson, Ellen sympathy. Carter, David Wilkerson, Lallie Owens, Maria Ward, Mrs. Fran- Be it further resolved that this resolution be spread upon cos Miller and Catherine Whet- of Centreville and the late M'. Woodlawn ttigh School and at- Reese. tended Baton Rouge Vocational Miss Reese received a BS Technical School. degree in home economics ed- Tle bridegroom is a graduate uca.tion from the University of atlful gardens and was vis- the minutes of this organization, by Henry Clay. Dunleith a copy be sent to the family of in a park-like setting, has our devoted member and a copy rans on all four sides. Green be published in The Woodville stone, a senior who will present Southern Mississippi on May the last half of the program 23. While at Southern she was of Crosby Itigh School and s(rved three years in the United States Army. playing compositions of Chopin, Bach, Beethoven and Rachma- nnoff. The other participants a member of Kappa Omieron Phi, National Home Economics Honor Society, serving as pros- pendahl and Mr. George Stock- ett. The eight individuals chosen are, for .their term of office, membexs of the board of di- rectors increasing that board to a total of sixteen members. Following a wedding trip to Also di.scussed and voted on New Orleans the couple will was the selection of a restora- make their home in Crosby. tion and development committee othe,r Miss Hospit.ality .contest- ants in the state-wid'...  eompeti- ,tion. Among the items are hand- I somely done key chains with a I deeoul]age of the railroad office I building: Unveiling Of Tourist Map A large map of the" state of Mississippi identifying its prin- cipal tourist attractions and facilities anci those of the stat'e of Louisiana from the border to New Orleans will be unveiled on June 1. The handsome sign prepared by D. A. Fly.hi of Bato'n Rouge will be the focus of the first Ho.pilality Itouse in the sate .... in Woodville--and will aid tea,r- res was built before 1812, re- ed" in the 1850's and has Get of the original furnitu.re. .t Repose was built in 1824 llkl  still owned by the family that built it. Routhland, a one- Republican. their houses. At the conclusion of this most interesting program. Miss Jon- son seated her guests at a table will present compositions of Robert Schumann. Clementi, Schubert, Holler, Grieg and Haydn. The public is cordially invited to attend. ry plantation style, has silver eentexed with a lovely arrange- or handles and floor to ceiling" ment of roses, larkspur and ndovas. Mrs. Hamilton read daisies. A delicious fruit salad nus from each home which and. sandwich plate was served, I [I SoWed their style o.f dining was followed by ice cream and straw- quite -, as lavish and elegant as berry cake. mess and visiting friends. ident her senior year. The prospective bridegrom is the gxandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gaines West of Rich- ton and of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Daughdrill of McClain. Miss Melinda Carter was pre- .ented in a Senior piano recital assemble facts, reports and con- I Mr. Daughdrill gra:luatedlby Mrs. George Nicholas at the clusions and present the data Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Treppen- from Jones County Junior Col-tWoodville Baptist Church. Miss with recommendations to the dahl spent several days last lege in 1985 and received a BS}Carter has studied music for the board. Others will be named to week on ,the Gulf Coast on bus- degree in phylc.al , ed,ueation[past nine year's, with Mrs. Rich- serve .on the committee for the proposed Woodvllle "dseum of from the University of Sou,thcrn olas being her instructor for the Southern Decorative Arts. Mississippi in 1967. He is era- past two years. Incorporation ployed in Centreville by Rollins Selections performed included Pulpwood and Timber Company. 'kriosa" and "F:relude in B Flat The wedding will be solem- Major" by Bach: "Minuet" from Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, May 31-June 2 American Zip Top 00,or4,c Jim Dandy N __ 28 oz. Jif Smooth DOG FOOD I PEANUT BUTTER Sl.0S m 25 lb. II $3.49 Hunt's 32 oz. CATSUP 55c Gala Jumbo Hunt's "I"OWELS 3 for 99c TOMATO SAUCE 2 - 49c for the railroad office building, ists throughout the year. MISS CARTER PRESENTED Selected to head .a committee Pilgrimage 1974 were Mr. Ernesto Caldeira and A report on the Pilgrimage IN SENIOR RECITAL Mr. Pe,reival Beacroft. As the discussions will be made in next restoration committee they will week's colunm nized on June 30 at seven o'clock Symphony in E Flat by Mozart; in the evening in the Centreville Chopin's "Waltz" pp. 64. no. 2; P atist Church with the Rev. "La Corn,pares" by Lecuona; Donald O'Quinn officiating. "The Little White Donkey" by Friends and relatives are Ibcrt: "Lotus Land" by Scott; cordially invited to attend the and "Malaguena" by Lecuona. ceremony and the reception The intermission of the must- afterwards which will be held in eal program featured a delight- the fellowship hall of the ful interpretative reading by church. Mrs. Judy Davis. who was ac- companied on the piano by M,rs. Ginger Waddell. Ushers for the SMITII-KING NUPTIAI,S occasion were Bob Lewis and SAID HERE SATURDAY t Tommy Splllman. Miss Linda Jean King and Mr. Miss Velma Spilhnan. accom- Willie Hays Smith, Jr., were lpanied by Miss Edna Berryhill, married on Saturday, May 25, spent last weekend in Dallas on at three o'clock in the afternoon business. at Woodvilte Christian Clmrch I with the Roy. Eddie Phenix rangement of daisies. officiating. M, rs. K. R. Miller I Mrs. Mary Ann Lofton. Mrs. was pianist .for the nuptial rites. Dorothy'Smith, Miss Ruth King, Miss King ts the daughter of Mrs. Frank Bell, Sr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John L. King an: Edie Phenix assisted as host- the granddaughter of Mr. and esses. Mrs. Ben Smith of Jackson,. Tle couple will make their Louisiana, and of Mrs. Minnie home in Natchez where M,r. King and the .late Mr. T. L.'smith is employed at the Coca- King of St. Francisville. I Cola Plant and Mrs. Smith in Mr. Smitah is the son of Mrs. an attorney's office. Pat Smith and the late Mr. Willie H. Smith and is the l r" -, randson of Mrs..Myrtls Smith' .and the lute Mr. G. M. Smith of Woodville and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charle, s W. Caffrey of The church was decors'ted for the occasion with bridal rangemen,ts of daisies and Queen Anne's lace. Miss King was attired in a w.htte street'-length knit dress with lace sleeves, and .she car- Hunt's 4 Pack hocolate, Vanilla or Banana PUDDING After a discussion on the need to incorporate the Civic Club prior to the museum venttre, Mr. Alex Ventress was selected to pursue the .technicalities with the attorneys and report to the board at its next meeting. t Monroe, Louisiana. ar - i ried a bouquet of white carna- l, lb. | lons. m Mi Karen Smith served as ,maid of honor. She wore a pink 8oz. Ronco , 10c I street-length knit dress and ELBO MACARONI 15c ca,rried a bouquet of carnations. Mr. Marvin Ford served as ,  , best man. and ushers were Tommy Spilnnan, Clifford Whet- 12 oz. Swift's.Premi'um ,stnoe and DaVid Smith. Mrs. King wore for her daugh- ter's vedding a mint green knit. LUNCH MEAT 75c and tho bridegroom's g.rand- mother wore a navy blue knit. Each wore a corsage of carna- ACK IH[ VA00I[IY SH A reception was held follow- ing the wedd'irtg ceremony in the e,hureh recr.eatlog room. The bride's .table, covered vi.th Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 a white cloth, held. a three- tiered wedding cake and w,a centered with 'a handsome ar- SAFE BURNINg DEPENI}S ON Y0g 4 ) ,.,.. . HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES i i i .......... I Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucldng Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville i1| _ J i _ 1 I FOR A SOUND CITY GOVERNMENT LET'S ELECT , @ lid GEORGE TO THE TEAM... PAID FOR BY A 7 YEAR RESIDENT THAT HAS EXPERIENCED DORMANT CITY MANAGEMENT IN OUR DOMICILE TOWN... I I II I I ....... I