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June 22, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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June 22, 1973

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Page 2 'The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi rh00Woo dvilhRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodville Republican, Box 696, Woodville, Miss. 39869 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 mos., $2.25; 3 raGS., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville, Miss. 39669. WIIITE BIBLE SERVICE IIONORS BRIDE-ELECT Miss Susie Reese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Reese of Centreville News Family members visiting on Father's Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Murrah were Mr. and Mrs. Van Evans and children, Bobby, Eddie and Stevie. and little Miss Marcie M':terfeldt. all of Jackson, and Mrs. Sherill Murrah ,and two sons, Wayne and Barry, of Baker, La. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trask and daughter, Juliet, of Baton Rouge were weekend visitors in the DAUGIIDRII,L-R'EESE I SALE OF FOOl) ;TAMI'S WEDDING PLANS TOLD I ON WEDNESDAYS BEGINS Plans for their June 30 wed- IN CENTREVILLE JUNE 27 ding have been completed by The Wilkinson County Food land, received the rites of Bap- tism at Centreville Baptist Church during the eleven o'clock service Sunday with the Rev. Larry Mills officiating. Mi's's Susie Reese and Mr. Mi- h chael James Daughdrill. The seven o'clock evening ceremony will be held at the Centreville Baptist Church with the pastor, the Rev. Donald O'Quinn offi- Mrs. V. S. Mulkey has re- ttrned home after spending last ciating. The wedding will be week in Alexandria. La., with directed by Mrs. O'Quinn. her mother. Mrs. Ann Stallings, The bride's only attendant who underwent eye surgery in will be Mrs. Phil Booth of Clin- Cabrini Hospital. Best wishes go ton as matron of honor. The out for her early recovery, i bridegroom-elect's best man will Mrs. S. E. Field spent the past be his brother. Mr Doug Dough- home of his parents, Mr. and weekend visiting in the home of drill of Natchez. Serving as Mrs. W. R. 23task. her brother-in-law and sister, ushers will be Messrs. Timothy Stamp office in Woodville an- nounced this week that begin- ning June 27 Food Stamps will told in Centreville on Wednes- days at the west end of the olfl USe building. BEN ALAN JONES IS NURSE ANESTllETIST University Medical Center In 1!)73. Echool of Health and Related Professions certificate. weL'l to l 1 dental hygienists, the st ate's first six home- trained nurse anesthetists, and Centreville nnd bride-elect of Michael James Daughdrill, was honore on Saturday evening, her grandmother. Mrs. C. J. June 10, with a White Bible Richardson, having come down Service held at the Centreville last week with her aunt, Mrs. Baptist Church. Miss Reese and M. S. Hemphill, also of Cleve- Mr Daughdrill will be married land, who visited or several on June 30. days in the home of her mother. Mrs. Donald O'Quinn presided Relatives visiting recently in at the service in which members the home of r. and Mrs. M. C. of the Young Women' Auxiliary Tote were Lt. Col. and Mrs. .participated and the Rev. Mr, I G. W. Pack of Huntsville, Ala., O'Quinn brought an impressive I and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pack message.At the close of the ceremony, Hooberand famtlYof Jackson.and Mrs. Natalie Mrs. O'Quinn presented Miss Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rollin,s Reese with a white Bible given' and family, Jane. Emily Jo, by the Fannie Germany group Mollie and Joe Allen, have re- ,of Centreville Baptist Church. turned home from an interest- ing uightseeing trip m Denver, Miss Lee Richardson of Cleve- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fleming, Brooks Ca, rr of Jackson Taft land is visiting in the home of at Bonanza Plantation, Thorn- McKinley Johnson of Oulfport, 10 ,medical records administra- ton. and James Ray Reese of Centre- tors who completed one year at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graves l ville, brother of the bride-elect, the Medical Center and three ] at an undcrgrn.fluate college. and Mrs. M. L. Robinson of Cen- i Friends and relatives are cor- Beginning in 1974. MRA, in full treville and Mrs. Robert Red- head of Woodvtlle have returned f, rom a ten-day vacation in Mexico, visiting Mexico City and other scenic parts of the coun- try. Gene Hastings of Ruston, La., rand Cleavy McKnight of Hous- ton, Texas, spent the past week visiting in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Hugh Rogers, and with other relatives. dially invited to attend the operation ,since July, 1972. vill wedding and the reception move to the two-year upper di- afterwaras which will be held . vlsmn system. Among the 1973 in the Fellowship Hall of the graduates is Ben Alaz Jones of church. Centreville. a graduat( in nurse Mrs. David Stilley and son, anesthesia. Bill, of Independence, La.. vis- ited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Nettles. and family Saturday. Mr. Pellie Hill. who has been Mr. and Mrs: T. A. Brumfield staying at the Meadville Nur,.s- and her mothe,r, Mrs. Della ing Home, is visiting in the Parker, were called ,to Laurel home of his son and daughter- Crosby News Wess and Will Hughes and Kenr, cth Felter have returned f, rmn the University of Southern Mississippi campus where they attended the Patriotic American PINE HILLS DYB GAMES R Monday, .hnne 18 Woodville 2 Liberty 12 Bill Bagger WP, Carl Ray Cavin LP. Crosby 1 5 Oloster 5 7 Randy Seal WP, Keith Smith LP Colo., and other interesting last week by the death of Mrs. lin-law. Mr. and Mrs. P. A Hill. Youth Forum IV. places which included Durant, Parker's son-in-law, Mr. Rasiand. family. Guests in the home of Mr. Oklahoma, ,where they attended Ulmer, of that city. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Neill and and Mrs. R. H. McKey and fam- tl a wedding in which Mlss Jane I Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Teeter family of Louisville. Ky., a*rrived ily during last week were Mrs. Rollins was one of the brides-t and family of Ocean Springs here the past weekend for a D. E. Crawford and children, 6 maids, visited in the home of her fa- visit with her mother, Mrs. C. M. Debby, Billy, and Candice. of 7 Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Tote at-ther, Mr. M. E. Crawford, last Parkhurst. and Mr. ,Parkhurst Florida. On Sunday a reunion tended the wedding of their week. and with his mother/Mrs. G. T. of thc Day family was held and nephew, Mr. Tom Jones, to Miss] Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vine and Neill, and family members in those attending Mrs Earn- Mary Jane Jobe in Tupelo on,familyl returned over the week-I woodville, c.stine Kuhn. Herbert Wayne Saturday, June 16. He is the fend to their home in New John- Miss Cathy Etheridge, daugh- .Bass, Mrs. Mary Bass. and Mrs. son of Mr. William H. Jones sonville, Tenn,, after a week's ter of Mr. and Mrsl Harold D. E. Crawford and children of of Hazlehurst and Mrs.. Jeanne visit in the home of their par- Etheridge, is spending two weeks Titusville. Fla.: Mrs. Yvonne Tuesday, June 19 (Re Friday) Kruse of Biloxi, while Miss Jobe ents, Mrs. Benny Vine, and fam- at Camp Thomas E. Lightfoot. Day and Iny, Mrs. Steele Hood. and Mr. and Mrs. C C. Cockr,a- Crosby 3 4 is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ily, and Mr..and Mrs. Gordon Hlnton, West Virglni,a. Wooflville 15 9 Jmes Jobe of Tupelo. .Vines. Friends of Mr..and Mrs. Jack ham and children of WalkeLr. La.; Mrs. Lucille Cavin. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst Friends of Mrs. Lillie Cain Of lDarden regret that Mrs. Darden Marry Longmire WP, Mark ] were Sunday guests in the home New Orleans will be pleased ton under,went surgery last weekend Mrs. Pee Wee Cavin. and Jeannie Cavin LP. Centreville 7 6o'f Mr. and Mrs. R. O. White of learn th, at she is improving in]in a Baton Rouge hospital, and Jackson. Crosby; and Steele Gloater 14 13lBaton Rouge.. [health after several months of i best wihes from their host of Mike Jackson WP. Tommy Barry Scott Kirkland infant  illness. She is able to be out for I friends go to her ,for an early Whittington LP. son of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Kirk- short rides about the city. t recovery. i u im n n f-- TOP00 TO t00I00IGHTEI"t YOUR I)FIY FROl'h WHITE 00;TFIG Choose a rib shell, 8.00, aturtle, lO.OO, orpolo, "14.00." All of carefree PolynyF% the fabric,that machin.e washes I and dries without a wrinkle. Harring, Meadville. Everyone enjoyed barbecued chicken and all the trimmings. The Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Arender left Monday to spend thi, week visiting in Raleigh. Cathy Case is attending sum- mer classes ,at Missi,s,sippi State University. Miss Case is a grad- uate student. Jimmy Dean SAUSAGE 1lb. roll Armour 12 oz. SLICED BACON Dixianna 12 oz. pkg. HOT DOGS U.S. No. 1 Western CANTALOUPE Friday, June 22, 1973 Mr. and Mr:s. Albert Case and John Gar,rard in Birmingham, grandson, Stcvie Lockwood, vis- ited for several day in Monroe, La., with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Burkett and children. Cassie, the Cases' granddaughter, and her fr!end, Brenda Goleman, re- lurned home with the Cases to visit for the week. The Crosby Baptist Church has selected thc Rev. Herbert Nettleton as its new pastor. The Rev Nettleten ]s married and has two child,ten. Rhonda Caldwell is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E J. Fore- man and Darell for the summer. Mrs. Foreman is Rhonda's sister. Mr. anti Mrs. Leo Hollings- worth visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Temple last Sunday. Children and grandvhildren visiting in the home of Mr..and Mrs. P. G. Brown were Mr.s. Modcna Tillery, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sliman and son. Fred. tII. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Brown, Mrs. Florence Broome. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGraw, and Mr. and Mrs. James M Brown. Ala. Mrs. Lee was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Rebecca Holden of Bogalusa, La. Family members visiting in the home of the C. C. Wheelers 'were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kelly and children, Ronnic and Reg- gie, of Seminary; Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Wheeler and son. Mike. of Natchez: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Causey and sons. Dale and Will of Liberty; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wheeler and daughter. Deborah, of Natchez: Mr. and Mrs. Charle.s Wheeler and son. Wayne, of Gloster: and Mr. and Mr.s. Rod- die Wheeler and children. Staey and Melisa. of Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee had as visitors Mr. and Mrs Guy Haydel and daughters. Mrs. Betsy Jo Swan Denise Haydel and Mrs. Deborah Norton and baby, of New Iberia. La.. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Horn and daughtc:r. Lou Ellen. and a friend. St,we Montgomery, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Murray and children. Gill and Julie. and Mrs. Judy Mc- Callum of McComb. The R. W. McDowells of Mrs. Harriet Lee has been Natchez were visitors in the visiting in the home of Mrs. home of Mrs. V. L. Campbell. 4th 'OF JULY SALE June 22 thru July 3 All These Fine Items 1/= OFF Fantsuits Children's Clothes Jewelry Swim Suits Sportswear Ladies' & Jr. Dresses 20% OFF On These Items Blouses Slacks Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow .Centreville i 99c 79c 59c 3 for $1 California PLUMS lb. 49c Fresh Yellow Crook Neck SQUASH lb. 19c California Sweet RED ONIONS lb. Kraft 28 oz. bottle BBQ SAUCE Blackburn Pure 18 oz. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 48c Pillsbury 6 pack box Instant BREAKFAST 48c Heinz Strained BABY FOOD jar New Alpen Mix CEREAL 12 oz. box 9c 69c Pampers or Kimbies. Throw Away DIAPERS 20c OFF BOX PRICE 29c Aero 27 oz. WAX 68c 59c Raid 16 oz. Aerosol ANT & ROACH Killer 68c Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville