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August 17, 1973 Th-e Woo dville Republlc-ah, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 REUNION SATURDAY Mr. j. C. Trevillion of Natchez, longtime Wilkinson res- entertained .his children ,grandchildren at a family fish f, ry supper at Cozy on Saturday, August 11. ANDERSON FAMILY REUNION IN NASIIVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson and daughters, Debbie and :Teresa, of Baton Rouge motored to Nashville, Tenn., Friday to visit through Sunday in the home of their brother-in-law ,from here were Mr. and and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Dorsey Trevilllon and ram- neth R. Bradley, and children, and Melanie Trevillion Raymond McKee. others attending were and Mrs. Sidney Trevillion c'hlldren, Niatchez; Mr. and John M. Trevillion. Pasca- Mr. and Mrs. Gone Tre- and wo children, At_lFort Walton Beach. Fla. The Go.; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon i Bradleys honored their guests and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon at a cookout and watermelon Jr., Natchez; and Mr. party. Mrs. Charles Fisher and The only sister and her fan]- Sons, Natchez. ily not at the reunion were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bisanar and iss Debbie Anderson at- son, Robert, of Hickory, N. C. the Methodist Junior She is experiencing eyc diffi- Camp at Camp Wesley culties again. near Gallman July 30  Miss Joyce Anderson accom- FACULTY ANNOUNCED FOR WCCA FOR 1973-74 The fculty for Wilkinson County Christian Academy for the new school term which opens on Friday of this week has been announced by Head- *master Glen-" R. Whetstone, Jr., as follows: Elementary: Mrs. Marilyn Catchings, first grade; Mrs. Donna Depee, second grade; Miss Elizabeth Gavin, third grade; Mr. Myron Waddell, up- per elementary cience; Mrs. Margaret Trevillion, upper ele- mentary English; Mrs. Margue- rite Ford, upper elementary mathematics; ancl Mrs. Geri Ken. Kevin. Michael and Karen. Fester. special education. Other members of the family Secondary: Mrs. Alice Me- there for the family reunion Craine. English; Mrs. Victoria were Miss Joyce Anderson of CHAFFIN FAMILY I  - I I t'errytown rews ENJOYS REUNION J I Guests in the home of Mr. and IN ARIZONA I Mrs. Willie Hazlip last weekend tEditor's Note: The followinglWere Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crum- item, taken from a recent issue holt and son, Tally Boy, and Mr. .and Mrs. Ralph Sibley and son, of the Sierra Vista, Arizona, Herald-Dispatch, will be of in- terest to the many friends of the subject family, f,or.mer Woodville residents.) Reminiscing was the order of the day Sunday as the family of Mrs. Philip Chaffln gath- ered at her home, 58 Cargil Place N.W., for a reunion. Since some of the group did not arrive until !ate Saturday, they were .all together for the first time Sunday morning at the Sierra Community Church where a special service was held with members ;of the family Jeff, of Baton Rouge; Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Cobb of Zachary, La.; and Seottie Brasher and Mr. Claude Bryant of Kosciusko. Mrs. Nina Sturdivant and Mrs. Fritz Hazlip visited their sister Mrs. Virginia Cobb, in Centre- ville Wednesday. Mrs. M. E. Moore :and Mrs. E. F. Cavin were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Edwyn Cavin in Lake Charles, La. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders LETTERS To The Editor 0.2004 Pass Road Gulfport, Ms. 39501 Dear Mr. Lewis: these holes filled. I dd not ,a,t this time suy they were ne- glecting the cemetery, nor did I say that they were neglecting it when I went and pulled weeds off the lcL myse.lf. This is my opinion and while I am express- Today when I received my ing myself may I say a few Woodville Republican and read wo.rds for the Ex-Mayor, Mr. "The Mayor's Corner" I became Marvin Lewis. very upset. The cemetery in] Personally, I was very shocked Woodville is also of great in-lwhen he did not .go back into terest to me :as my Father is/ office. I ,have been away for bu.ried thee. The omplaints eleven years and I realize things expressed in that letter were also prevalen,t during the cus- todianship of Mr. Berryhill. On one occasion, when I went home for a visit -- when Mr. Berryt]ill was Custodian -- there were three holes in my Father's grave. and children. Del. Russ and I had to contact Mack. Mr. Kathy, and a friend, Jan Grif- Berryhill's Foreman, .o get change but I know Mr. Marvin to be one of the nicest men anywhere. While working far him in i,l]e grocery store, I have en him help nulnf:.rous i:,,'ople in the Town of Woodville. I lmve never seen him turn his back on any- one regardless of race. vho fith. of Natchez spem the day Brondum. English and com- Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. mer, e,e; MrL Jul':.a Montfort participating. lolan Revette and daughters, social studies; Mrs. Becky Rob- The piano prelude was played Carlene. Katny and Cindy, of ertson, science and social stud- by Misses Martha Chaffin of les: Mrs. Ann Wheeler home-Natchez, Miss., and Phyllis Sage, making and science: Mrs. Nancy granddaughters. Another grand- Walsh. mathematics; Mrs. Annie d,aughter, Miss Paula Chaffin Hartness, mathematics and corn- presented the piano offertory. Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders. Mr. Cliff Cavin and Miss JoJo Cavin of Lake Charles. La.. were guests during the past week of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cavin. needed his help or advice. It daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Marion was a grea, t shock to me when Seward, in Vidalia Saturday. I heard he wa,s defeated and Mrs. M. E. Moore left Monday 'that 'the people of W, aadville for her home in Atlanta, Go. had let him down. I feel sure after spending a week with her that what he did while in office parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl was in his belief for the best, Cavin. During his term of office when merce: Miss Sarab Jensen, li- brarian: and Mr. Donald Alonzo. physical education and driver education. Coaching si.aff: Mr. D.onald Alonzo. football and boys bas- ketball: Mr. Myron Waddell, girls basketball: and Mr. Glen Serving as accolytes were grand- Mrs. Emma Perry visited her We extend our sympathy to sons. Philip and Bill Chaffin of son-in-law and daughter. Mr. the Perry family in the loss ,of Baton Rouge, while the ushers and Mrs. Everette Thompson, their loved one, Mr. William were other grandsons, David and Evelyn in Fayette last week. Perry, who passed away Satur- and Kenny Schlessman of East Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson day and was buried Sunday in Petersburg, Pc.. Jim Chaffin of of Natchez and Mr. Billy Stur- Woodville. Baton Rouge, and David Chaf- divant visited their mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Day of fin, J.r. Nina Sturdivant, the past week Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. I would come home for visits. the Town of Woodville was never more attractive nor the attitude of its citizens mrore congenial. I do wish Mayor Gonda the best of luck. but I feel he has a very meritorious legacy to August 3. panied tile Dave Andersons back ' to Woodville following a month's R. Whetstone. Jr.. baseball. Leading the morning prayer 11 r. and Mrs. Fred ................... were the Roy. Jim Garvln of Netterville I visit in Nashville in the home  children, Doll, Charlie and/of her brother-in-law ,and sister, son. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Deshotel Hurst, Texas. Miss Kathryn lliy, spent the first of this/ ]and Leslie and Ken, Jr., spent Chaff in played the saxaphone ek on the Gulf Coast attend- the weekend here. and their benediction response and post- hl a lumberman's convention. Mr. Fred Netterville and his I daughters returned home with brother-in-law. Mr. Raymond I then]. Olive of Natchez. spent the L regular meeting of Wood- ,e Chapter No. 265 O.E.S. was .d on Monday .night. August 'at the Masonic Hall. One ltor present was Mrs. Chuck adrem of Baker, La. After taeeting, refreshment were red and a social hour was 0Yed by all. :latter .part of the past week l Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gerhart at the clothing market in Dal- If Baton Rouge were overnight los. Texas. visitors Tuesday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John r Misses Yvonne and Nanette)Day. On Wednesday morning Deshotel of Washington, La., t they were joined by Miss Amy spent last week here ,with their Day for the trip to Atlanta, Go. grandmother. Mrs. W. L. Fer, gu- for a visit with relatives. Sluggin' it out to the end. 00Ford Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Aug. 16-18 lude. Mrs. Norman Chaffin of Ba- ton Rouge was soloist. Miss Lizan Chaffln of Baton Rouge, a granddaughter, was pianist and Mrs. David Chaffin was organist for the service. The sermon was conducted by the pastor of the church, the Rev. Hal Bodle. At the conclusion of the serv- ice, the family .met at the Ft. Huachuca Officers Club for end. Elvin Perry, Jr., of Natchez vis- Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, ited thei.r son-m- law. and Sr.. over the weekend. compete with. Sincerely, Carolyn Cavin Varnado Community COFFEE lb. 85c This is to announce the withdrawal of Dr. James S. Poole from Field Clinic in Centreville, Mississippi, effective July 31, 1973. The Field Clinic will continue the practice of medicile brunch. Sunday eye'sing, Mr. and Mrs. with Doctors Richard J. Field Jr., Jack Q. David Chaffin were hosts for a r fried catfish dinner. The cat- fish were flown in from Baton Rouge by the Norman Chaffins. The last reunion of the fam- ily was held three years ago in Pensacola, Fla. Attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Schless- mann. David. Jody and Kenny, East Petersburg, Pc.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chafftn, Martha and Stuart. Natchez; Mr. and Mrs. N:orman Chaffin, Lizan Retta, Jim, Svend. Bill and Philip, Ba- ton Rouge; Rev Garvin Hurst, Texas: Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Liverty, Freemont. Calif.; Mrs. Louise Seapy, Santa Cruz, Calif.; Mrs. Mary Eddy, Hanover, N.H.; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Sage, Phyllis and James, and Mr. and Mrs. David Chaffin, David, Kathryn and Paula. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin attack at the h,ome of his uncle, Mr. Aaron Ahley, of Gloster route. We are glad to know that Mr. Joe Roberts came home Satur- day after being hospitalized in Lane Memorial in Zachary, La. Mrs. Bobby Johnson took her grandparen.ts, Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Cavin, to Baton "Rouge Friday for a visit to Mrs. Cavin's doctor. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold on Wednesday evening was Mr. Mike Br,adwell of Lib- erty. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cayin were Mr. and Mrs John Cooper and son, Johnnie, of Vtdalia, La. and Mr. .and Mrs. Jerry Cavin of Na,tch- oz. Visiting on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford ,of Wood- vllle, Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry and Phyllis and Lancie of Perrytown, Mrs. Ruth Nettles and Ralph, William and Carl of Silver Creek, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Sallle Cavin. We extend our sympathy to the Rabb family in the death of their loved one. Mr. Conerly Rabb, of Baton Rouge. His par- ents were close neighbors ,of ours befere they moved to Louisiana. Mrs. Russel Ford took her father, Mr. Walter Cavin. to Natchez Wednesday to his eye doctor. We hope he will soon be 0Lg fine again. Del Monte 20 OZ. attended the Nettles family re- tnl CATSUP 2 for 79c union Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Morris ,,, '1/1.,%. Netles, on Silver Creek and met "%'A a lot of old friends there. f  Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold Lipton 8 oz. Sweet, Sour, Sweet Mix, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ' or Dill Rymer in Rosetta Tuesday and TEA BAGS PICKLES 25c foundhim greatly Lmproved and I hope he will soon be out ,again. We extend our, deepest sym- ! 48 count | pathy to .the Perry family in their sorrow at the death of  Angel Food Plain or S.R. therr loved one, Mr. William 67c FLOUR 5 Ibs. 71c Perry, of t. l. Crosby, who died Saturday mornirig of a heart Kraft 6 oz. MUSTARD 2 for 27c REALEMON 24 oz. 55c Brden's16zC)TATOES47 ]; Breast-O-Chicken \\;" INSTANT P c [TUNA ] bel Monte no. 303 ] 91/2 oz. | COCKTAIL 34c 75c bel Monte 8 oz. "=   Tomato SAUCE 2 for 25c ! THE VARIETY SHACli Causey and Jon C. Campbell in its present location. All accounts payable to the Field Clinic as of July 31 are payable at the Field Clinic. Dr. James S. Poole will open his practice of Family Medicine on August 15, 1973 in Gloster, Mississippi, at the Gloster Clinic. kIain Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 When someone youlove ar reach out and touch them withyour voice. Dial them long distance. And when you do, dial an economy call the One Plus way. There s no cheaper way to call them long distance.