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Fr/day, September 7, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 SHOWER FRIDAY HONORS MRS. TRACY SMITH Mrs. Tracy Smith, the former Kay D'Aquila, daughter of and Mrs. Milton D'Aquilal Was honored on Friday, August 31, with a miscellaneous bridal STUTZMAN FAMILY ENJOYS REUNION IN FORT ADAMS A family reunion of the chil- dren of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stutzman and other rel- 8hewer given for ,her by Mrs. atives was enjoyed on Sunday, September 2, in Fort Adams. Prentiss Ferguson and Mrs. Scene of the happy event was James V. Gross. the old home of Mr. and Mrs. The lovely antebellum-type Frank D'Aquilla in that town. of the Grosses' in subur- Woodville, seated on a high and reflected in the pond front of the house, was a sight as guests ap- In the receiving line in the suite ,were a bevy of lovely all gowned in floor length There .were, in addition the hostesses, the honoree's bother and the honoree, Mrs. Some 75 family membcrs and connections gathered at the old home to enjoy a day of fam- ily fellowship and of renewing acquaintances. Basket hmches were brought by those attend- ing, and a bountiful dinner was served at the noon hour. Among tlle immediate family members attending were three daughters of the Henry Stutz- C . ., !.. "'a N- s Ph.aroa Perry Stmde.y .... __ ,,, rosoy Ilews I KOSeH ew Guests o Mr and Mrs Jewel • I Woody, lie Mrs. Campbell Honored I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams lA2eMraSjaW:::ennee;; e a2d | and daughters Lynn and Shir-, . ' ar ' ' ......... hon '  i children and Mr and Mrs. C - | ord lswih Jant:p]rP:::alL:; s part;lley, of McComb visited Mr. an.]rol Ray Huff and sons, Kenny, ,| - .-  _ _y . ........... [Mrs. E. L. Forman, Sr., and M .[Ronny and Danny, ,all of Natch- oy me wrosoy onirea ±vlebnumsu __. ... Tl,,,rrl IPc,-man /r [ . • J.ll IVI£. LJtUj x" uL LAL,Lz, " ez Youth Fellowship for all her[ ..... urda- n Sunda "' ' overnignl, ;::,a!, y. U Y hard work and her devotion to]the . visited his father, Mr D N J Mr. and Mrs. Larry Havard the group. The UMYF presented / wui,ms and sister Mrs 'Jessie| °f Baton Rouge were overnight M. Campbell with a smMl/lI';'--- ei hts ' " Iguests of Mrs. Emma Perry Sun- potted plant as a symbol of] .................. nd [ay. -  ..._ Sp g . d a • Mr. ano lvlr'i, ueJse .-yuLur thanks to her for the past times/ .............. a| Mr and Mrs Kenneth Leake ,a,mcarHl. lTnn I ..... : cnilclren, /Mien, I%01aDIu aLi! ' :/. ..... ,,_,aa*',..==,,=a.= ,,-, .... I with tne group ana or me wanaa, .......... o rramevme, ,.a., vis-/and children,. enny, ulirz ana, future• .......... ;,o , .... a l'S I Jeanme, of Clayton, La., and JMEETING HELD AUG. 30 i,,eo IllS par,,o, *" "' ........ I ' e Mr. Clarence Hazhp of Baton I Gordon Rymer, the past we k-tRou isitc" their arents Mr I Representatives of churches Mr and Mrs. William Rymer end. I _gev" oct  P :._ ',ast lin the Centreville Cluster of I ". anQ Mrs. aarney naznp, a . 1 urc and Lisa, Todd and Jeffrey were Mr and Mrs. Ronald McCabe ] ..... t,=,,a [Umted Methodist C a hes met I in Crosby last weekend visiting and •daughter, Kelly, of Alex-[ .......... l in Centreville on August 30 at Mrs. Rymer's parents, Mr. and andria La. visited their par-I Mr. and Mrs. Dwight HazliplT:30 p.m. with District Superln-I Mrs. Rayford Temple l ents Mrs Lennie McCabe in of Natchez visited their, grana-ltendent Homer Peden presiding. ! J . ' • ' ' E L mother, Mrs hazel HaZllp, un- • , t v2 Reggm Smith and hm I Gloster and Mr. and Mrs. , . _ " Rev. Peden reviewed the pur- wife. Maxine, and d aughter,]Forman, Sr., the past weekend. Gay. [poses of the cluster groups: to Donna Suzette, left for Germany! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde priest and Mr. Kenny Cobb and Scottiecreat e over-all cooperative el- last Thursday. Reggie will ,be ] children of St. Francisville, La., i Brasher of Crosby visited Mr.I, fort', *,, .... ,,,.h .......... ct,,,tho ...... nnd stationed there for the next one visited Mrs. Louise Day and Mlr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip Friday. /weaknesse s among the churches; and Mrs. Charlie Brabham, J'., Mr. and Mrs. RObert Gerald[and to try to do cooperatively CIVIC CLUB News The first general meeting of the new year for tile Woodville Civic Club will be held on Oc- tober 8th at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilkinson County Health Center here. and a half years. Mrs. Modena Tillery was in Saturday. her Crosby home last weekend. Mr'. and Mrs. P. g. Havard Visiting her were her daughter and Mrs. Thomas William Ash- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ley of Baton Rouge visited Mrs. Sliman and Little Fred. Louise Day Wednesday• and son, Bob, of Baton Roige, i things which one church could Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson[ not accomplish alone. Those and chAdrcn, Sonny and Tamya, I present were divided into groups of Vld alia. and Mr. and Mrs. lof three and asked to formulate Everette Thompson and son of] nd subsequently present to the been successfully observed at Gloster and at Hope.well, was :scheduled for September 30 at ,Gibson of Gulfport, the roans, Mrs. Sylvestcr D'Aquila, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Queen of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Ray mother and Mrs. Pon Mrs. Fn!nk D'Aquil Ba- Houstm], Texas, were in Crosby Toler, Jr., of Bristol, Tennessee, , mn l%ouge ancl IVn S U L donn rmwers, me'- orme" ' s ma- . , ' ..... " , _ -,visiting, . her family, Mr. and Mrs. announce the birth of their was s°n'srW°°vuie" Mess. [{oward a nreend Joe S s°ns''L'tutz- H. Motley and Lmda. first child, a daughter, Stepha- grandmother. Kay g a floor-length trousseau : ' : ..... -| Mrs. V. L. Campbell was home hie Michelle, on August 23. man, 'orL Aaams ana Mr her- , featuring a cerulean blue , . ' . ' .  last weekend from Pascagoula Mrs. John David Pullen and • oerl, Sl,uzman Lessley" ano a • • . and white aecordian pleated . . ' . : .... [ where her daughter, Miss Mill- d a:ughe ", J:o H,ama, and Mr. large numDei at granocnnoren / kirk with a gold charm bracelet. ............ " ........ :, ...... ' 'nie Campbell, is now residing. James Rymer of Natchez visited lven to her by the hOstesses• ann grea-granuun.uc-. Mrs. Campbell returned to Pas- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I he goua on floating hostess was Gloster eorge Gonda, wife of the[thor, Mr. J. V. Gross, drove over , .. y . _ y  Mrs. John P. Floyd of visited her mother, Mrs. George ,,a or  hag a joyous ,aoor ay week Y of Woodville. At the guest to Mt. Enterprise, Texas, the _ " Greer, Saturday• eglster was Mrs. W. C. Reed. ]past weekend to bring Miss en(i. -"fter viewing the many hand- Jeanne Gross home. She had Visiting in the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and Once gifts to the happy couple, !been visiting in the tmme of and Mrs. Barney Parker, Sr., son, Glynn, of Natchez visited guests were ushered into the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jackson and;over the weekend were Mr. and his mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Natchez visited their grand- motller, Mrs. Emma Perry, on Labor Day. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip were Mr. Joe Hazip, lVIx. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt and son, Tally Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nauman, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. Sloven Hayes and daughter, Kristi, all of Ba- ton Rouge. They all returned home Sunday except the Crum- hells, who remained over for Lamber Day. Mrs. Ida Perry spent the day Sunday with her .parents, Mr. aing room where Mrs. Edwyn arter presided at the punch wl. All of the table appoint- bents were of cut crystal made bore beautiful 'by the handsome crYStal overlead lamp, the of which created a of 'beautiful colors on table, which was overlaid ith a hand-crocheted lace with a gold colored petti- family for a couple of weeks• One night visitors at St Joseph's Rectory for the Labor Day holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waltman, Father John Niemeyer's rother-in-law and sister, with Linda Ann and Robin Veronica Waltman, nieces of Fr. Niemeyer, and the Rev. James Kircher, all of Jackson. The bridal colors of green tad white were carried Out in ments there were numerous the refreshments---lime sherbet beautiful African violets all in lUnch, petit fours, and mints. Tea girls' for the affair were tan Davis' and Ella Ruth lUtler. Many were the lovely floral rrangements of gold and white Urns and daisies, and in addi- or, to these handsome adorn- bloom. The many friends of the happy couple and Df the hostesses who called during the appointed hours enjoyed the friendly in- formal air of the party, which proved to be a memorable oc- casion. Mrs. Barney Parker, Jr., of" Kis- Saturday. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. Mr. simmee, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Lynn Perry is a patient Cavin has been sick but is doing Derail of Marietta, Ga.; Mr. Leo in Fielql Memorial Hospital. We better now. We send get well Parker of Stone County and his wish, her a speedy recovery.. Iw,=o'-^ ,+^ ,,**,,." Mrs Bertha Stewart and Mzssl .... son, of Gulfport; and Mr. and . , . unaay guests o1 Mrs. Nina Mrs. Virgil Baxter and son of Norma Havara are now visiting: Sturdivant .were Mrs. W. A. Haz- Centreville. Mrs. Genevieve L. Smith for a lip and daughter, Beverly, of Thought for the week: Where there is faith There is love; Where there is love There is peace; Where there is peace There is God; Where here is God  There is NO need! 00°00tOIIIEr00PrI[ES Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Sept. 6-8 while. Mrs. Clarence Netterville and grandson, Gone Floyd, of Cen- treville visited her mother, MrS. i George Greer, Sunday. Mrs. James Livingston of Hammond, La., and Crosby vis- ited her mother, Mrs. Bob Kel- ler, and Mrs. France Breedlove Sunday. Mr. Reggie Fenn and Miss Natchez; her son, Danny ttazlip of Norfolk, Va.; his girl friend, Miss Beverly Taggart of Hat- tiesburg; Mr. H. C. Buestck and son, Bob, of Natchez; Miss Mary Johnson of Ole Miss at Oxford; ,Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdivant and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdi- vant and children of Natchez; and Mr. James Johnson of Re- setta and his friend, Mr. Chip Mrs. Arthur Best's daughter Sissy Foster of Gloster visited Thompson, of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Beverly Rivet of Baton Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brabham, Roue spent the Labor Day J'r., one day the past week. holidays here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan and children of Gonzales, La., visited ahildren visited Mrs. Ry.an's Mrs. Louise Day Sunday. parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Sturdi- Morgan, in Port Gibson Labor rant of Liberty, Mr. ,and Mrs. Day weekend. Edward Byrd and daughter of Natchez. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly and children. Grog and Pam..of Ridgecrest, La., visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant the past weekend. Perrytown News  .,.. Swansdown Dr. and Mrs. Elwyn Cavin of Lake Charles, La., visited their " CAKE FLOUR, 2 Ibs. 53c parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, F, Cavin, last weekend. Mrs. Mary Andcrs and Mrs. Lysol 14 oz. Hazel Hazlip visited Barbara LETTUCE Lynn McKlemurryln theField AERO CLEANER 69c Memorial Hospital in Centre- ville Wednesday. We send get | Head | weIrsWi%ht;olt: hear'lip and her | | Northern dnadgh:r, Beverly, of Natchez 20c TOWELS, jumbo 3-$1.00 :nd M.and Mrs. Mickey.l"e:nrY KLEENEX 2 for 65c 0000Adversity makes Regular 21 w.¢man " Breast O' Chicken STRETCH  SEAL 33c -thoU "1 |'el |1 TUNA CHUNKS, 1/2's 53c not rich." 24 Ounce * REALEMON JUICE 53c f Bryan : %':\\;% Borden's 16 oz. __ BACON INSTANT POTATOES 47c [ 1 lb. All Flavors Hunt's 1 $ PUDDING, 4-pack 61c 1 39 What if s0me0ne were hurt 0n y0ur property, you could be financially = . " responsible. That's why you • should have the protection nf comprehensive liability insurance "" uUVa"ne r ,.,._qO oz. ' ,oree. The small cost of Farm Bureau insurance liability protection is a modest price to pay fer peace ORANGE DRINK 32c - of mind. Call your 10ca, Farm Bureau insurance aEent today about preparing for tomorrow. Main Street THE VARIETY WOODVILLE, MISS. SHACK 888-4282 Richard Flaccomio 888-3661 or 461 Box 444 Woodville, Miss. entire group ideas and sugges- tions for specific .action in va- rious areas of need in the of-' forts of church members to communicate and witness ef- fectively both within their own respective churches and the cluster organization. These were finally evaluated by the audi- ence as a whole and those seem- ing most feasible were fashioned into a program for future ac- tion. The program for the past few months was reviewed as to its success or failure. The 5th Sunday Evening Rally i Liberty with the Rev. L. M. Walding coordinating and for December 30 at Woodville with the Rev. J. H. Cameron in charge. There was detailed dis- cussion of ministry and visita- tion at the new Nursing Home at Centreville with a final de- cision to try to coordinate ef- forts with other in$er ested churches and organizati,ans of the area• The tentative outcome will be on the agenda for fur- ther planning ,'rod study at the next cluster meeting. A com- mittee was named to study the problem of church attendance md reaching the un-churched and, if possible, to formulate a specific program of action. Com- mittee members are: Rev. Harry Cameron, chairman; Rev. B. F. Simpson, Mrs. Polly Evans and Mrs. Russell Smith. The possi- bility of a workshop on Budget Planning vas referred to the District Council on Ministries.-- for the cluster, having already Reporter. I I I II II LOANS t-rom $100 to $5t,00 0 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As Va to V= and Sometimes Even More. Hear Ye! --Free COUNSELING SERVICE-- Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, inc. 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