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JL 'Frldav August 3, 1973 Th-e Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi YOUTH MUSICAL SET Perrytown News AT WOODVILLE BAPTIST CItURCH SUNDAY NIGHT Birthday Party Mrs. Janet Murray honored " The youth choir of Woodville her daughter, Sherri, with a Baptist Church will present the birthday party on Thursday af- youth muslcal "Joy" Sunday, ternoon at fof o'clock at the '[ (]ARIt-LEA WEDDING MISS BARBRA JACKSON August 5, at 8 p.m. home of her grandmother. The l l "Joy," with dramatics and party table was covered with a '$J '"- white linen cloth and at one end rrENDANTS NAMED I IIONORED AT SIIOWER ]song, tells the story of a church Mi youth choir making a trip to .placed tile large birthd.ay | ss Judy Lea of Manolial Miss Barbra Jackson, bride-] .............................. was i! and  . cv  .......  ,u --c ,, .... - cake with eleven candles. Punch revt ,Mr..Timothy C arr of C.en- elect of Lee Sturdlvan!, waSleast. It portrays the youth aS,wa s j| , . erved from the other end o,|. fr ,e .have completed p!ans!OonwOeam:lSattad mm 1runeus[they feel the need to witness of the table. wi'[ ...aelr Augus am nupums ,, _ . ay, oily. zl, a tand minister to individuals. n:n s After the guests enjoyed a "':[ tta week announced their free namrocK nm m wrosoy. [They find the kids in a big city series of games, the gifts were l 'l . t,. The wedding will be Mixed bouquets of yellow and apartment complex a great chal- k[ lexanlzed at seven - thi,rty 'white flowers were used at van-Ileno'e It is astor- that sneaks opened and refreshments were 0[ 0clot  . . . o  ," to the welve friends 9[ 0. k m the evening mth. e ltage points m the receptmnlto everyone, served hUrch oi the Nazarene in rooms i 'Tn,,' . ...,** ...  , present. ,| ,1agllolia with the Rev. Halbert The register table was deco- bough and Bill Cates both well Assisting Mrs. Murray in serv- 1 denkins officiating, rated with tiny yellow tapers known writers ' ing were Mrs. Mary Anders, [ ,lVilss Becky Hiatt of Magnolia and yellow mums in a milk glass This is the first major per- Lynn McKlemurray, Mrs. Emma Illl serve Miss Lea as maid of bowl. The register was at, Lended formance of choi,r with new Parry and Mrs. Ida Perry. Bridesmaids will be Miss by Miss Lynn Jackson, sister of sound and tape systems acquired Lea of Magnolia. Miss the bride-elect, by the church this year. The Mrs. Janet Murray and chin Roberson of Jackson, and The refreshment table was accompaniment will be on tape. dren, Sherri .and Dean. and Mrs. Mark Smith of Jackson. covered with a white lace cloth On Friday evening, August 17, Emma Perry attended the Hay- Ramona Lea and Mis.s Jane and was centered with a five- the choir will travel to Coving- ard reunion near Sankum Sun- of Magnolia will be branch sterling candelabrum ton, La.. to present a musical day. bridesmaids. The flower holding yellow tapers and on- program to the Baptist Mission Mr. Shad Perry, Jr., and son. 'Will be Jody Blackledge of twined with yellow mumz, rib-. where Roy. Charles Stockett, J.r., bons and ivy. Cake squares, nuts'is pastor. t r, Michael McDaniel of Con- u " and mints were served with Mrs. Jewel Anders Sunday. reVllle will serve as Mr Carr's, p ncn._ . - . . LIBRARY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry of  ..... ' .. I The nosesses presenc vnss Gonzales, La., and Mrs. Theola ,_ .: ....... son w n aye mw mum co,r- The Showboat Summer Read- Hazlip and daughter, Beve,rly, of ,-' man omermi groomsmenon.n wil I Jack',sage to adrn't- herl" outfit. They ing Program ended on August 1. Natchez were recent visitors in 9: l;ortaM vch: Dnuh 111 / i a so presented the honored These youngsters who ,have parr- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pha- illla e v 'k and ", couple with a set of stainless ticipated in the Summer Read- roah Perry and family. , p r or we 'co '- - , oKware, ing Program are invited to the Recent guests in the home ,of :'tr Kevin Case of Magnoda[ . Th ^ m-n'" ........ '" *h  lll b .......... ' c a y uvc,y g,   library this Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip were ,, ]couple received were dmplayed to receive their reading certifi- Mr. Joe Hazlip and Mr. and Organist for the occasmn will  , k, . " ' Ion linen covered tables which caes. All members of the read- Mrs. Ralph Sibley and son, Jeff. , ;aMrs. Eva B. Kennedy f I were decorated in the yellow ing program are invited to have of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Wil- gaolia and soloists will be . .... g  ,, , . . and .white bridal motif wth !vy. a'efreshments throughout the helmina Hazlewoofl of Liberty. a,'' robert Rhoaus of Magnoha I Hos'tesses for the occasi,n morning. We extend ,sympathy to the i Mr. Shelton McDaniel of were Mesdames Freda Day, Cassels family in the loss of 't 'eorab The wedding will be IMarie Murray. Earline Reeves.[ Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe their loved one, Mr. Quayle : 0tlrected by Mr, s. Walter Williams IHelen Mlley, Sarah Smith and and daughter, Wands, of Con- Cassels. who passed away Thurs- RIcComb. [Martha Hughes. ] treville visited Mrs. Mitchell day at Wilk-Amite Haven nurs- _. reception hosted by tl]e I Perry Sunday. Wands stayed to lng home in Centreville. ' t,le-elect's parents will be held immediately following the core- visit for several days with her i Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Club Perry will be happy to know .the Fernwood Country m.ony, shier and family.  that she is at home after being hospitalized at Field's in. Cen- treville. Visiting her last week- Make yotir [as00 round decision end were Mrs. Lela Etheridge and daughter, Carolyn, of Me- Comb, Mrs. Ronald Perry and Price fi00htef00iii,li! sons, Mike and Steve, Mr. and = Ford Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr.. of Natchez _ and her sister, Mrs. Juanita Furgerson and sons of Kent- 1 wood, La. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hazlip Clearalice enjoyed a trip to Gulfport and other places cf interest on the Mis;si._sippi Gulf Coast ,recently, :: .... Mrs. Lela Hazlip visited in the H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. _ I Huff of Gloste Thursday and was joined there by her daugh- ter-in-law, Mrs. Marceline Haz- l lip, and her father, Mr. Wilber I Sullivan. of Natchez, fo.r a won- iii!! COMPARE! Mrs. Hazel Hazlip and Mrs. I Fritz Hazlip visited Mr. and 00Your best food buys are here! o Thursday. Mrs. Hazel Vines drove to Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Aug. 2-4 BatOnher sister,RugeMrs.SundaYsandexs,t bewhoWithis ill and is hospitalized there. We wish her a speedy recovery.  -'- 4 TropicaJo 1,/2 gal. Guests in the home of Mrs. Nina Sturdivant last weekend ORANGE DRINK 47c were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdi- - rant, Mrs. Hute,hins. and Miss Mrs. Virginia Cobb of Centre- B e Plate Breast-O-Chicken V2 size ville. Maonnaiso CHUNKTUNA 53c RosettaNews it,: : ,.Quart , , :.,,,[ Mr. and Mrs: Clyde Priest and i" 4 ,','.,.:.f.:. : !'i'::]Jl ' children of St. Francisville vis- ..... i ..... | Mahatma 3 Ibs. ited Mrs. Louise Day and Mr. '. , :...., ,,,., .... and Mr.s. Charlie Brabham Sat- ' " "4 RICE 71c urday i  Mrs. H. E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith and Mike of Zach.ary, La., motored to West Gold Medal 10 lb. Point the past weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Plain or S.R. family. We ,extend our deepest sym- Red Bird Vienna FLOUR $1.55 ,pathy to the family of Mr. SAUSAGE 4 oz. 2 for 31c Quayle Cassels. who passed away the past week. Page 3 Crosby News Get .well to Mrs. Robert Rush- ing, who is in Field Memorial Hospital in Centreville, and to Mr. Buster Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holm and children of Nederland, Texas, and M,r. and Mrs. Horace Mc- Queen, Jr., and children f Woodville CIVIC CLUB News weeks by a group ,f Woodville Civic Club members headed by Mrs. Jean Treppendahl and Mrs. Margaret Trevillion. Working with them were Mrs. Rose 'Smither, Miss Susan Smithcr, Miss Elizabeth Smithcr, Miss Janice Tower of Alexandria and Houston, Texas, visited with rs Horace McQueen, Sr., last[ A general membership meet- behalf of her Wood- weekend ing of the Civic Club has been lvilles gi was a Key riug ,ae- " 'M xin Arende and l called for Monday, September pitting one of our more historic Mrs: a .e . "1" , . _ t10 at 7"30 nm at the Health ]sites-- the Jefferson Davis Oak. ooert anct Jonn were m amgn , ,-' last weekend visiting her par Center as the first of the 1973- The enormous pro.]oct of mak- ents Mr and Mrs G H Crout 1974 year, Vhe third year for the ing by hand 75 key rings was ....... . 'lWoodville Civic Club. I'unde,rtakcn in the last; few Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goowin', and children, Khristy, Mitchell, A ,meeting of the board of di- and Pam, were recent visitors in rectors will be held this week the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. and a full report of that meet- Foreman. Pam remained in ing will appear in this column Crosby to spend the week with next week. the Foreman,. Miss Hospitality ,Contest Get well to Carl Nettleton, July 28, 1973 who is in Jeff Davis Hospital The Club was well represented I Mi-s Jamsie Rober;s of Monroe. in Natchez. Mrs. Modena Tillery was in at tte' recent statewide Miss I Mrs. Ray Farrar. president of Hospitality contest with our the Civic Club, attended the he, r Crosby home last weekend, lovely Miss Susan Whetstone. Iwcekend activities of the can- Mrs. Carolyn Rymer and Lisa Miss Whet-:tone spent Wednes- test in Biloxi. Rodger. and a friend. Mr. Steve and Todd were in Crosby last day through Saturday in Biloxi We are all very proud of our Bass, of Natchez visited Mr. and weekend viAting with Mr. and as one of 76 contestants for the Miss Hospitality and in Mrs. Rayford Temple and Mr. 'tate title as she is our Miss her enthusiasm at the opportu- and Mrs. Los Taylor and Rusty. HospitallW for the next yea,r, nity of having Wodville fop- Mr. William Rymer came on Sunday. On Sunday afternoon Traditionally each young lady resented -- and we might add. the Rymexs and Temples drove takes a gift to each of the other so capably ,and charmingly rep- up to Brookhaven to visit Mr. young ladies participating on resented. Thank you. Susan. and Mrs. Jimmy Temple nd Woodville Museum Of Southern Decorative Arts Little Jim. Billy Ligon is now visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pritehard. Billy came last Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jones and children of Picayune and Mr. and Mrs. James Nutter and children of Natchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis and chil- dren last Friday. Theresa Davis returned to Natchez with the Nutters to visit. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston and g, randson. Craig Livingston, came to Cros- by to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Livingston and Mrs. Ms rtha Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Livingston and chin of Clumbia visited from Friday until Sunday. Visiting Mrs. V. L. Campbell were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs R. V. McDowell and children. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee spent Saturday and Sunday in Me- Comb visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray and children. Baby Talk PV2 and Mrs. Reginald Smith announce the birth of their fir,st child, a daughter, Donna Suzette, on July 21 at Jefferson Davis Memorial Hospital in Natchez. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Smith of Crosby, and paternal great - grandparents are Mr. Harvey J. Smith. Bogue Chitto, and Mrs. E. W. Wood, Natchez. Maternal grandparents are lVr. and Mrs. B. J. Nettle.s of Centre- toured the railroad office build- Shown atop the second story galhn'y of the Woodville Museum of Decorative Art are Mr. Ron Miller. Archite;turai llistorian, Dept. of Archives and History, State of MtssissipFi, presently ow, r- seeing the restoration of Jefferson College in Natchez; Miss Dawn Maddox, Architectural Historian, Dept. of Archives and History, State of Mississippi, Jackson; Ruth LeCompte. Administrator of the Historical and Cultural Preservation Section of the Louisiana Delartmcnt of Art, Historical and Cultural Preservation. Baton Rouge; Mr. Clinton Baglcy, Research Assistant. Dept. of Arclivcs, Sta.te of Miss., Jackson; Mr. John LeCompte, Baton Rouge: Mr. Norman Chronister, Technical Services, Dept. of Archives, Jackson; and Mrs. Chronister. I " At the invitation of the Civic Club. representatives of the scholars and students natior- wide through the university li- Mississippi and Louisiana De- ,rary systems. The voluminous partments of Archives spent the afternoon on Sunday, July 29, ollection is of vital historic importance and is eagerly in Woodville visiting historic I sites. With Ernesto Caldeira of  awaited by historians a it ha,s acquisition lnot, heretofore been available to the restoration and committee of the museum they them" Highway Plantings ville, and maternal great-grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Major Pexry, Crosby. Thought You are writing a gospel, a chapter a day, By the deeds you dO, by the words you say. Men read what you wr.ite, whether faithless or true, Say, what is the Gospel according to you? Natchez visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murray and children of Pasadena, Tex., visited his parents and grand- f, ather, Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray and Mr. R. V. Fo,rman, the past week. Joe Sturdivant is visiting his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly, and family in Ridgecrest, La. Mrs. E. J. Welsh ,of Baton Rouge and he,r grandsons, Kelly and Jeffrey Welsh of Los An- geles, Calif., and Jim Merrill of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. James Livingston and grandson, Grog Livingston of Baton Rouge, vis- ited Mrs. Bob Keller Saturday. M,r. and Mrs. Harold Day, Jr., and children, Trey, Patrlcla and Michael, of San,," Antonio, Texas, arrived Sunday to visit his mother, Mr. Louise Day, and other family ymember.s. Mr..and Mrs. Ronald McCabe and daughter, Kelly, of Alex- andria, La., arrived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, Sr. Mrs. McCabe and Kelly remained to spend a week while Mr. McCabe is out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Boles of Baton Rouge visited her mother, Mrs. George Greer, and Mr. Greer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer and children. Rgbbie, Allen and Wands, of Prairieville, La., vls- ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, the past week- ing in anticipation of its role as ,a major regional decorative arts museum and will partici- pate in an historical study of the site. Afte,r a tour ,of the town and the ruins'of Bowling Green they went on tour of the restoration at Rosemont Planta- tion and were guests there later that afternoon. While at Rosemont they vis- ited with Miss Mary McGehee of Bowling Green, Edit ar John Lewis and Mrs. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander Ven- tress, who have recently placed at the archives of Jackson for microfilming the complete Ven- tress collection of documents w.hich date to earliest territorial days. The collectlon will, via We would be remiss in not mentioning the colorful floral displays at the intersection of highways 24 and 61 the suc- cessful effort of two industrious citizens, Mrs. S. O. Stocketi and Mr. R. C. Kaigler, o whom we are all indebted for the results of their civic pride. FIRST SCHOOL IN SOUTHWEST In 1802 the Mississippi Terri- torial Legislature chartered Jef- ferson Military College, the first school to be established in the Old Soutlwest. This schoal was located in the town of Washing- ton, which was the second te.r- ritorial and first state capital. Jefferson Military College ca microfilm, be m,ade available o prep school) is operating today. II I1 I A GIFT FROM BUTTS & YOSTE will be cherished through the years  Diamonds  Silver @ China  Crystal  Watches BUTTS & YOSTE Jewelers .ola Hotel Corner -- Phone 445-4063 -- I I Natchez, Miss, .mql[  Tommie and Rusty Ashley of j. Baton Rouge visited their grand- mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Satur- f': "v,anl Size - :.. -,." , day.Mr, and Mrs. Adrian Day #T: "t and children of Natchez visited COLD POWER 75c 1 Campbell's  M, rs. Day Sunday. ! Mrs. Harry Weatherly an::t children of Ridgecrest, La., vis- ! Pork & Bea ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lipton Instant _, a Wommie O. Sturdiv,ant, Satur- day. TEA 2 oz. 95c  28 OZ. I Mr.,Darwin Klar of Baton [, . Rouge and Mrs. Margie Haygood of USM, Hattlesburg, vsited 31 c their parents., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr,, the past week- Pride of Illinois no. 303 can end. ' , White or Yellow Mr. and Mrs. Elton Per.ry of i8 Gonzales, La., visited his brother qORN 4 fo 3c and aister-ln-4aw, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry, Wednesday. Mrs. Wesley Day of Jackson La., visited her mother, Mrs. Ifl[ VAt'Ill SfllCK Saturday.Ge'rge Greer,and Mr. Greer Miss Ruby Payne of Centre- ville visited Mrs. France Breed- -...a'n Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 love and Mrs. Phyllis Marie Breedlove Saturday 'and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Rymer and son, Lionel 'and Lyle, of end.