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Fdda00;, July 20, 1973 Th-e Wo00dville Republlcb-h, Wo00dvilld, Missbslpp Page 3 t. .. I ! AREA STUDENT WINS ItOMEMAKER'S CLUB NEWS , JAMES DICK MUSIC DAUGHDRILL-REESE VOWS Koseua Iews l FESTIVAL HERE IS EXCHANGED IN CENTREVILLE OLE MISS SCItOLARSHIP Mrs. Thomas J. Cobb was , Mrs. Carey Bevryhill of Notch- " F ^ Iad at of Southwest hostess Thu.,'sday afternoon to OUTSTANDING SUCCESS I The marriage of Miss MarY lez and Mrs. M. R. Greer and A ,JT. g" u e . a meeting of the Holly Retreat : ...... /Louise (Susie) Reese to Mr. Mrs. Jack Greer of Vidalla, La.,IMiss. isslppi Junior College naSiHomemaker, s Club at, her home capacity auomnce sa en-lMichael James Daughdrill, son visited their mother and sister, recclvea a scholarsmp m 3ou-Ii n rural Centreville with a good thralled Friday evening at the / of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dough- Mrs. Bertha Stewart and Miss rim!sin, at the Unlvermy o[ MlS-lmembe,.ship attendance and one ,----_ Woodvllle Baptist Church asl drill of Richton, was solemnized Norma Havard, Monday. slslppl, accormng. o an. an-[guest ' Mrs. Sidney Lockridge, nouncemen oy r Jere  rmar, they listened to the.pe:rfor.m:,in a candlel, ight ceremony at Mrs. Tommm J. Klar and chairman of the Department f/present'Cobb,, Mrs. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ace of the first musm Iestwa seve n o'clock in the evening in presiden opened to be held here. Mr. James Dick, the Centreville Baptist Church. children, Jackie and Butter, Journalism at the University. the meeting with the Club Col- visited her parents, Mr. and mas.ter of the piano art, and The bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Charles Wooten, in Lucien Mary Johnson, daughter of lect and presided over the his ten student artists, ranging and Mrs. Troy Lee Reese, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sidney business session. Tuesday. in age from fifteen to twenty- of Centreville. The program con-=isted of a eight years, demonstrated tech- Officiating at the double ring ! Mr. anti Mrs. Ronald McCabe John.son of Crosby, was a mem- ber of ,both the newspaper and demonstration of new craft niques and skills which re- and daughte,r of Alexandria, La., ceremony was the Rev. Donald the yearbook staffs at South- work, "how to decal over fleeted their talent as well as O'Quinn. Nuptial music was pre- spent the past weelend with west. She received herssociate plaque", which was introduced. dedica'tion to their profession...ented by Mrs. John B. James. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. of Arts degree from Southwest Other interesting features of The most appreciative audience Ivy and yellow tapers adorned Forman, Sr. in May. i the al'ternoon's meeting was an ; applaud: dorTne::hudsii:;t:;ay e aslthe choir rails of the ehuc Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Sturdi- The scholarships are .awarded [article on the culture and ar- P " -Brass candelabra holding ye rant of Liberty visited his on a competitive basis,, with[ rangement of hydrangeas. traordinary abilities at the key- tapers enhanced the ,altar set- pc:rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wommie samples of the student s jour-] During the social period, the Doal"a. ring, which was flanked with &. Sturdivant, Sunday. nalistic achievements, the a a-]hostc,s served punch and cake. The artists, their home towns, I white pedestal baskets of yellow Visitors in the home ,of Mr. demic record, and faculty rec- I .............................. and selections played were aS lgladioli, daisies and greenery, and Mrs. Mitchell Perry Satur- ommendatiops for the student l being criteria for judging follows: The bride, given in marriage day were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Caxol Birt-Moore, Hamilton, by her father, wore a gown of Perry of Gonzales, La. State Bank No. 85-442 Calif., "Jeu D'Eaux", DeBussy. crepe-backed white satin over- We are happy to repoxt that Consolidated Report of Condi|ion of Thomas Grove Coote, Detroit, laid with embroidered eyelet Mr. Gordon Rymer has returned Commercial Bank Mici., "Pa.sacaglie '', Copland. organza. The square neckline home after being hospitalized Susan Miller, Bryan, Texas, was edged with ruffled lace, in Centreville for several weeks, of Woodville in the State of Mississippi and Domestic Subsidiaries "Sonata", Scarlatti. and matching ruffles at the Mr. and Mrs. Adrlffn Day and at the close of business on June 30, 1973. Sid N, orrls, New Orleans, La., wrists accented the leg o'mutton children, Glen and Marsha, of ASSETS "Mepbisto Waltz", Liszt sleeve.s. Matching flat lace de- Natchez visited his mother, Mrs. Cash and due /rolll banks (including Harry Raley, Greenville, S. C., tailed the lightly-gathered Louise Day and his brother-in- $7,145.08 unposted debits) ....................... : ....................... $1,808,301.44 "Ral]sody", Brahms. raised waistline and the hem- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Treasury securities ...................................................... 1,302,109.38 Rick .Eugene Rowley, Herring- line of the skirt. Her headpiece Charles Brabham, Jr., Saturday. Obligations of other U. S. Government agencie ton, Kansas,"Sonata for Piano", was formed of a cap of satin We are happy to report that and corporations ..................................................................... 250,000.00 Barber, and "Adagio Mesto", and eyelet organza trimmed with M,r. Iverscn Murray has re- Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......... ,119,633.25 DeBussy. scattered pearls and with a lturne d home after being a Federal funds sold and securities purchased under : Roman Salvatore, Oak Park, ! satin' bow in back, . The cap held I patient in Jeff Davis Hasp'to1 1 agreements to resell ......................................................... 400,000.00 Ill., "Pagodas" and "Scherzo in lher elbow-length veil of illusion li n Natchez last week Other loans ....................................................................... ........... 4.352,311.41 B minor", Chopin and a chapel-length mantilla I Mr and Mrs J C Williams Sank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other Darrell Van Horn, Hutchinson, which was edged in lace match-land Mr. and Mr's. William John- assets representing bank premises .............................. 32,352.94 Kansas, "Le Rosignol", Ala- ing that of her gown. She car-  son and children, Eddie and bieff-Lizt, ried a white orchid surrounded Oatrin, Renee, of McOomb TOTAL ASiSETS ...................................................................... -$9,764708.42 " Janice Wenger, Salina, Kan- by miniature carnations on a visited Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. LIABILITIES sos, "Valses Nobles Et Semti- white Bible which had been Frances Breedlove, Friday and Demand deposits of individuals, partn'erships, mentales", M. Ravel. presented to her in a White Satu.rday. and corporations ................................................................. $2,85%753.19 Roy Wylie, Houston, Texas, Bible Service at Centreville Bop- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray rime and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, "6th Hungarian Rhapsody", list Church. Completing her at- and children of Baton Rouge and corporations ................................................................. 4,427,317.83 Liszt. tire ,were a pendant watch which visited her brother-in-law and Deposit of United States Govcrmnent ............................ 17,800.97 M Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lea of James Dick, Austin, Texas, belonged to 'her great-grand- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For- Deposits of Stats and political subdivisions ............ 1,518,354,61 agnolia announce i]e engage- the late Mr. and Mrs. James "Nocturne", Edward Grieg. mother and a pin belonging to man, Jr., Sunday. TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................................ $8,821,22560 eIit of their daughter, Judy [Gordon Carr of Centreville. Reception her grandmother. Mr. Aaron Ashley is at home (a) Total demand deposits .................... $4.066.908.77 ath'l, to Tlmothy Brooks Corr. He is a graduate of Centre- The beautiful g.rounds at The bride's only attendant now following surgery last week b) Total time and savings deposits .... $4.754.317.83 o1 of Mr. and iVr.s. Gordon ville Higt School and Missis- Rosemont Plantation formed a was Mrs. Philip Booth of Clin- at Jeff Davis Hospital in Notch- Other liabilities ..................................................................... 18,696.76 arr of Centreville. sippi S,ate University and is picturesque setting where guests ton. matron of honor She wore ez. We senti him our best wishes assembled to honor the .per- a gown of yellow voile over for a speedy recovery. TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................................................... "$8.839,923.36 M!ss Lea is the granddaughter presmtly employed Gas a re_- forming ari.%ts and their taffeta, fa,shioned with a high of. D. C. Lea and the late Mrs. location assisLance oHmer wire . Sunday visitors in the home " " . .  ) families following the program, nckllne and a slightly-raised of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer RESERVES (}N LOANS .AND SECUItlTIES a f Magnolia, and the late the Mississippi rdgnway ue-,__ _ : .... artment in J ckson ' The moss-arapeo rive oa aria and softly-gathered fitted waist- included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reserve for had debt, losses on la.ns (set up pursuant r. and 1Vrrs. Dock Roberaon p '.  ' , magnoli a trees above the line. Both were accented with Rymer and children of Sumrall, o Internal Revenue Service rulingsl ............................ $ 44.405.6 Of Louise. The weddn,g'" wll" be solem-lcandle_liohted= party area pro- a band of moss green smocking Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer and TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .... -$--44.-4-05.64 he is a graduate of South nized at 7'39 pm on Augustl .... . vlded a memoxable setting for and edged with a ruffle of yel- children of Prairieville. La., and 4th m the Magnoha Church of Pike High School and has cam- , '- ' " I the conclusion of a most nearly- low voile, and a band of smock- Mr. and Mrs. William Rymer CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ! the NazaI ene etecl two years at Mississippi ' " " ]perfect evenin for music lovers. ng detailed the long sheer and children, all of Natchez. Equity capital, total ............................................................ $ 880,379.42 8".ate University. She will enter Friends and relatives of the ......... -- sleev.es at the wrist. Moss green Saturday visitors in the home .................. e!haven College in the fall. Cr2Uple are invited to the wed- Miss Melinda Carter. astu- buttons and a small bow at the of Mrs. Bob Keller were her Common stock - total par value .......................................... $ 210,00.'30 0act is the grandson of Mrs. ding and reception whiel] will dent  MSCW. spent this week- neckline accented the fitted daughter, Mrs. James Livings- No. shares authorized 4.200) I. Thompson and the l,ate follow at Fernwood Coun'try end with her parents, Mr. and bodice. Her headpiece of yellow ton of Hammond, La., and tNo. shax'es outsLanding 4,200) Thompson of I, ota, La., and""Club. Mrs. Julius Carte. tulle was held by a bow of ye]- Misses Amy and Lacey Livings- UndividedSUrplus ........................................................................................ profits ...................................................................... 605.000.9064.725.37 .... low satin ribbon, and she car- ton of Zachary, La. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .... 654.5 ried a long-stemmed yellow Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdi- __ ............. mum I vant and sons, David and Jeff TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................................ $ 880,379.42 /" Mr. Douglas Daughdrill served lo f Natchez, visited his parents, - ..................   ! !:- / "'':= '"'-= as best man fr his brther' Mr. and Mrs, Tommie G. Sturdi- tOTAL LIABILITIES' RESERVES' AND }g :  " CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $9.764.708.42 p-, ::2.4 Ushers were Me.srs. Timothy rant, Saturday. I ,  ' . rc .:... ,,,. Brooks Carr of Jackson, Taft r' . ,  ,.::..,...,, ......, ,).: Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr., and }  McKinley Johnson. Jr., of Gulf- daughter, April. visited her I MEMOitANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days port, and James Ray Reese of mother, Mrs. Boyce Dover of I ending with call date ........................................................ $8,842,867.36 CentreVille. Woodville, and attended a birth- Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days Fur her daughter's wedding, day party for Master Tommie ending with call dates .................................................... $4.336,833.38 Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, July 19-21 Mrs. Reese chose a street-length Felter at the home of Mr. and I I, Charles A. Plitt, Jr., Assistant Cashier. of the above-no.meal dress of aqua lace knit. Her Mrs. Thomas Feller. bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and accessories were white and he Mr. and Mrs. David Williams correct, to the best of my knowleclge and belief. wore a white cymbidium car- and Van and Mr. D. N. Wll- Correct--Attest: Charles A. P!itt, Jr. Hunt's 8 OZ. sage Mrs. Daughdrill wore a liams visited Mr. and Mrs. L. T.M. Bryan Richard T. Watson Tomato SAUCE 2 for 25c dress of blue knit accented with A. Williams and family in Adolph Treppendahl white accessories and a white Church Hill Sunday. J.M. Sessions III Cyrmbidium corsage. Mrs. Carol Bales and dough- C.E. Catchings, M.D. Reception er. Laura, of Baton Rouge and Director: Mahatma Immediately following the iVr. and Mrs. Gurvis Ashley State of Mississippi, County of Wlllinson. ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July, 1973, ceremony, a reception was held visited in the home of Mr. and and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of RICE I Swift's 12oz. 75 in the ellwship hall f the Mrs' Gerge Greer last week" is bank" PREAM c church. Mrs. Joe Taler and Chuck {SEAL} Edna T. Turner Notary Public. The bride's table was covered visited Mrs. Bernice Joseph My commission expires Jan. 22, 1976 5 ]bs.  with a white linen cloth over- several days last week. , laid with a cloth of white lace. Mr. V irg i i Sturdivant of - ' " " '" $] 11 The table held an arrangement Natchez visited his parents. 1Vr. ,.. -- Blue Plate quart ofa three-tieredmixed summerweddingflowers cakeand lastand MrS.week.Tommie G. Sturdivant, PLANNING TO BUILD SOON??? MAYONNAISE 75c which was decorated with yellow t Mrs. Bobby L. Williams and roses and festured a .traditional, daughter, .Lori, of St. Amant, I New Rural Housing regulations now allow miniature bridal couple between La., spent last week witl] her the top two layers. The cake was aunt. Mrs: Frances Breedlove. non-farmers the benefit of low cost, long term served by Mrs. Taft McKinley On Thursday Mr. Williams and Johnson, Jr., of Gulfport and iIr. Nyler Mactin visited Mr. Giant Kava 4 oz. Mrs. Delton Moore of Memphis. Williams' aunts. Mrs. Breedlove financing with a Federal Land Bank Loan. Linen and lace covered the and Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights, SUPER SUDS 49c COFFEE $1.10 tables where Mrs. Danny Teazel and Mrs. Williams and' Lori of Foley, Alabama, served punch returned home with them. Get the advantages of reasonable interest, from a crystal bowl and Mrs. We are happy to report that ''-  Troy Lee Reese Jr., registered the Mias. Highway Department full pre-payment without penalty, and terms  guests, las made a walkway over the k ":O7 Fo h r ddin tr to the Homochitto River fo the con Campbell's 16 oz. r t ei we g "p . ". . . - that fit your needs. Ozark and Smokey Mountains, venience of loca peopm urmg PORK & BEA N f  the bride wore a two-piece knit the reconstruction of the high- , S 2 far 39c Single Roll , whtitefecatUrkegd dress trmmed in i, out by flood waters, r The man to contact is Alex Geter, Federal sui in a mint reen and way bridge which 'was washed ! G" els I navy blue and a navy street- } -- . .,. .... " .,, .. ala Tow co00,,emo0000e00 00,en e , h, 1 lm r l Miss Lana DanK ssoclatlon at lrooKflaven the orchid from her bridal ',Myrtle Reese, Baton Rouge; Mr. ,,  ^  ,^, .... Jumbo II l k r H uston Tex t'none {.UI ,5,5 I/// Purex 1/2 gallon I arrangement. R c ey McGrego, 0 , ;  " " AC 3for --1 vu ,. Following their wedding tri,p,]and Mrs. W. W. Johnson, Glos- BLE H 29c the couple are making their ter, (1 rr home in Centreville. -- ---= .................. Out-Of-Town Guests ' Ig ' ' Out-of-to.wn guests for the 1141%..,.=.-- J.-- . .,,u.--. -- mJ__ Hawaiian 46 oz. Daughdrill-Ree.e wedding were llllirlHl " He rlHl ul gJll Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dough-  PUNCH 39c drill. Mr and MrS.RitaDOnnis Tis- dale and Miss Tlsdale, ' Price-fighter Natchez; Mr. and Mrs. McKinley For Johnson, Jr., Gulfport; Mr. and IR[ VAR[IY SEA(K Mrs" Philip Bth' Clintn; Mr' i and Mrs. Delton Moore, Mem- phis, Tenn'.; .Mrs. Willie Mac Clearance Dixon, Vicksburg; Mr. Tlmmy  Carr, Jackson; Miss Judy Lea, I Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Wenzel, Foley, Ala.; Mr. and H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. Mrs. Charlie Massey and Mr.