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Woodville, Mississippi
June 29, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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June 29, 1973

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Friday, June 29, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;ssJppl Pae 5 Perrytown News PcTry Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson Mr. and Fred Kelly and and children spent the weekend children. IVissie and Tray, o[ in New Orleans visiting friends. Magnolia. Ark.. visited I]he, ir Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Martin, parem;s, Mr. anti Mrs. Maurice Mr. and Mrs. Sam Constanzi. and Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. Murray, last weekend Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hollings- worth and00on00of ja000000o00spen00 Mars Hill News the weekend with he, r father.&apos; Mr. Jci.,.s: Ferry, and brothrer. Mr. Alton Perry, Mrs, Perry and, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin ot children. Baton Rouge spent' the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. Mrs. Hazel Hazlip is visiting and Mrs. Walter Cavin. and with her son-in-law' and daugltc'r, her sister. Mrs. Kennon Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kilgarlin, in and their son-in-law and dough- Midlan d. Texas. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby John- Mr and Mrs. James Anders son. and children of Natchez and Spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Ray Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. Louts Arnold were son. Gary of Denham Spring,s, his daughter',s Mrs. Ray Jefcoat, La.. visited Mr. and M, rs. Jewel and children. Cynthia Susan, Anders Sunday. :nd Rex. of Laurel. and Mrs. Mrs. Eleese Perry has been in Cecil Breland. and Linda. of Natchez this week visiting her Bal,on Rou.ze. Mr. Breland joined daughter, Mrs. Ruby Cavin. and them for the day on Saturday. [ other members of her family. We are sorry to hear that' Mr. and Mrs. M. Henderson Mr. Henry Smith is in the hOE- of Baton Rouge visited thei,r pital in Natchez and hope that brother and ister-in-law Mr. he will soon be home and feel- and Mrs. Bauao.y,, Hazlip Sun- ing fine. day. M, rs. Pharoah Perry and girls, Mr. and Mrs. John Duggar Phyllis and Lyncia. of Perry- BATON ROUGE  Cecil E. Robertson, Supervisor Hazlip and daughter of Hazle- hurst spent the weekend here town were guests Sunday of her Audio-Visua! Section, Louisiana State Depart. in their traile..r home and visited parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter merit of Education, Baton Rouge. was presented friends and relatives. Cavin. a special award by the, Future lIomemakers of Mr. Clarence Hazlip of Baton We would like to invite every- America at their recent state convention. Rouge spen last week with his one Lo come ,to chuxch next .Robertson, a native of Crosby, is married to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sunday a 9 a.m to meet our the fcrmer Georgia Helmet of Centreville. He Hazilp, while on vacation, new pastor, the Rev. Gary is retired from tim Air Force, and is now Weekend guests of Mrs. Nina Simpson. official staff photographer for the department. Sturdivant were her children. We hope our editor is back .... Mr. and Mrs.. Mack-Sturdivant home and feeling much better C by News and children, Annie and Chris. now after his hospital stay. roe Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson Mrs. Ruby" Crook left Sunday and granddaughter, Shone Ca- vin, and Mr. Billy Sturdivant, I Card Of Thanks for Baton Rouge for an over- all of Natchez, .and .MLr. and Mr,s.] I wish to express my sincere night, visit .with Miss Addle Leak M. Henderson of,Baton Rouge. thanks to everyone who was so before going on to Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Shad Perry or nice to me while I was a patient Mayor and. Mrs. Kenneth Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. a Field Memorial Ho'sDital, for Huff and Mrs. Carrol Ray ,Huff flowers, cards and letters, and Petty and children. Deron. Pain and sons. Kenny, Ronny and I visits. Special thanks to the and Rickey, left Friday far Danny, visited Mr. and Mrs. nurses on B Wing and to Dr. Tarver, Go:, to'visit his parents. Robertson was honored for his fine cooperation wth the FHA 3:outh organizations at the local, Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne Williams and son. Van. visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant. in Ferriday, La., Sat- urday. HUNTING SEASONS SET, LOCAL DATES DELAYED (Continued fom Page 2) open to turkey hunting. DEER: All deer h,unters must wear hunter-orange hat, cap or Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of West Poin[ announce t.he vest during open gun seasons on birth of a daughter on June 21 deer in a Starkvtlle hospital. Mater- nal grandparent.s are Mr. and Mm. J,ames Hunt of Starkville, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H E. Smith of Crosby. Mrs. Bob Keller visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Welsh, in Baton of counties. ! Rouge Sunday. I PRIMITIVE FIREARMS Open M,r. and Mrs. Hershel Humeslseasons: Dec. 8-19, 1973, for and family and Mr. and MrS.  hunting deer and small game David Sturdivant and family, during open season in all areas all of Natchez. visited their grandfather, Mr. R. V. Forman, Sunday. Mrs. John H. Day of Natchez ,and Mrs Robert L. Allen and Mrs. Terry Cosby .of Vickabtrg visited Mr. and Mrs. Odell Day Sunday and .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forman. St., and daughters, Tammy, Paulette, and Angelea, vl'sited First Gun Season: Nov. 17 through Dec. 1, 1973. Second Gun Season: Dec. 22, 1973, through 13, 1974, in: (among others) Wilkinson east of Highway 61. Dogs allowed in all the above counties or parts district, and state levels, and has given freely his son and daughter-in-law, are ,allowed. of his time to photograph special events and M/Sgt. Airman and Mrs. Paul Hunting hours. Sunrise to Forman, Jr., in Wichita Falls, l,sunset ' hrO dogs Or sidearrs Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray Illwed" Primitive Firearms LL- of Leggett, Texas, arrived this Icense required or Special A,rch- week to visit his father, Mr.]ery License far bowhunt2ng only. Luci'en Murray, and brother and] ARCHERY Seasons on Deer: sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben I Oct' 6 through Nov. 1 and Nov. Murray. ' ] 3 through Nov. 6, 1973, ,for Arender and Robert and John the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Net- Mrs. ,Bernice Joseph and Mrs. I hunting deer and small game have returned to Crosby after Wesley Bruce andchildren of I during open season with long- Vidalia La visited Mr. and Mrs j bows .only, in all areas open or ' deer hunting. Longbows may be open for deer hunting. Defini- tion. Primitive Firearras: Legal weapons are (1) Single or double ,barreled muzzle-loading rifles of at least .38 calibre; (2) Single or double ,barreled muzzle-load- " ing shotguns with single ball or slug; (3) All primitive firearms must u:se black powder with either percussion caps or flint- lock; (4) NO telescopic sights conventions. He was cited for the assistance he has given to state department personnel, and local home economics leaders and students. Presenting the award was Renee Gahn, Mamou, Louisiana, Vice-President of the Louis- iana FHA. spending last week in Raleigh. Mias Marcia Joan Reeves vis- ited her prens, Mr..and Mrs. James Reeves, last week. Symp.athy is extended to Mrs. V. L. Campbell on the death of her sister. Citizens of Crosby ,are 'happy tleton, .and children, Lena and Karl. M.r. and Mrs. Danny Smith were in Crosby ,.recently visiting his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith. Sympathy is extended to Mr. A. B. McDaniel at the sudden of his brother. Mr. Downey McDaniel. of Baton Charle.s Pedigo in Brandon, re- mrnng home Tuesday. turning home Tue,sday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Ch.arlie Toler in Baker, La., Wednesday. Mr. Robert Everete Forman of South Dakota has returned here to visit his father. Mr. ued during open seasons for I.hunting deer wi,th .guns NO dogs allowed for hunting deer during Archery Seasons. Cross-' I bows, sidearms and all .firearms prohibt,ted while hunting deer during Special Archery Seasons. Jewel Antlers and Mrs. Emma Causey. -- Mrs. George Greex The Rev. and" Mrs. Clyde to welcome our new residents, Rouge. TO SERVE YOU BETTER ..,. . A Cool Way to Heat Water... And Save , on Air Conditioning Costs this Summer. Put your hand on the side of a flameless electric water heater, and what do you feel? Just cool metal, that's all. But put your hand on the other kind of water heater the one that depends on a flame and you'll realize that a lot of heat is outside'the water heater, escaping i11lo the air and raising the temperature. You see. an:electric water heater is flameless. That fact, plu's insulation all around and at top and bottomtoo, means the heat stays where its supposed to --inside the heater! So you need less air conditioning to keep a comfortable kitchen -- or wherever you place your flameless water heater. That's a saving. And remember  you can buy a flameless water heater on MP&L's Guaranteed Service Plan. with installation, maintenance, and a full I O-year guarantee, lt's all yours at a cost of only lennies a day. Heat water the cool way -- with a flameless electric water heater. And here's another good point to remember always: Electricity serves you better. Best of all when you use it_ wisely. la i"SlSSiPPl POWER'LIGHT 50 Years ttelpin8 B.ild Mississippi MIDDLE SOUTH UTILITIES SYSTEM R. V. Forman, and brothers and sisters for a few weeks. We are ,happy to report that Mr. Aaron Ashley is at home .after being a patient in Jeffer- son Davis Hospital in Natohez. We wih him a rapid recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Iver.son Murray visited their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murray, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mur- ay, in Pasadena,..Texas, the Bag Limits on Deer: Special ) Archery Seasons: 1 deer of eithersex ,per seaaon; legular and Primitive Gun Seasons: 1 buck with antlers over 4 inches long per season. With Missis- slppi's Special Deer Tag, ,the holder Is entitled" to add 1 ad- < di.tional deer during any special >: archery, ,primitive weapon or regular ,gun season, FROGS:-:.Emg:.aY ,be taken throughout the ,ydby residen past weekend. Mrs. Tcmme G. St'urdNanClof the Sate of Mississippi who and son, Mark, ,attended an]have in the.Jr ,possession a corn- Arnold remion in Liberty Su-Ibination hunting and fishing day in the home of Mrs. Verna license. The bag limits shall be Arnold. 125 per d, ay, 50 in possession. Mr. Jessie Rymer of Prairie- Nile, La., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sun- day. We are sorry that Mr. George Greer is on the sick list this week. Mr. ,bble Wilkinson of Glos- ter is visiting in the Paul For- man, St., home ,with his grand- children while their parents are in Kansas Miss Kelly McCabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald of Gloster, visited .her grand-, Mr. s,nd Mrs. E. L. For- ,man, Sr., for several days while her family was ,moving to Alex- andria, La., where he is being transferred. Mrs. Louise Day honored .her twin children, .Mr. Morris Day ,and Mrs, Clyde Priest, with a birthday dinner Sunday Those attending from Out of town in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day .and ons .of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and chil- dren of St. Francisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Tlmmas William Ash- ley and sons of Baton Pouge. Mr..and Mrs. Richard Murray and children of ,Baton Rouge visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd For- man, Jr., Saturday. iVrs. Orover Day is visi.tlng Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hazlip and Mr. and Mns. Jim Mosby in Baton Rouge for a few weeks: Mrs. Barney Metcalfe of Cen- trevllle visited her son-in-law and ,daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry, Sunday. "Oh well. infl00ion is nothing but adropin the buck. Bernard Glmbel Inflation new, the cost of living is always rising. What does this mean to your retirement? For an answer look at the present, If you retired now, would ,you have enough money? If not, then it's time you found out about Farm Bureau insurance and what it can do for those future retirement plans. Call your Farm Bu reau insurance agent todayl Richard Flaccomio 888-3661 or 4615 Box 444 Woodvllle, Miss. ;2 Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888