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Sepfembe 14, 1973 Th6 Wodvill6 Rep-ublich, Woodville, MisdssJpp} Page 3 present owner. To helgh,ten the interest of audience, Mrs. Johnston each member and with a map of Wilkinson showing the location of homes, p1.ntations and other points. luded in her collection of were homes and churches Woodville and Centreville; Green, Shamrock, Mt. Holly Grove, Rose- Salisbury, Arcole, Desert, Springs, Greenwood, and Plantations; and ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Susan Davis .to Mr. Barry Glen Williamx is being announced this week by her mother. Miss Davis is the daughter of Mrs. Walter Davis, Sr., and the late l MARDI CLUB MEET MARK DUNNAM RETIRES, Mr. Davis of Woodville, while Mr. Williams is the son of Mr. A H. C. FORD HOME MOVING TO QUITMAN and Mrs. Doyle Wiilliams of OPENs NEW SEASON Mr. C. M. Dunnam retired on lBrwnwd' Texas. Monday of this week as head I The wedding will be solem- Le Mardi Club met on Tues- of the Soil Conservation Service[ sized aL six o'clock in the eve- September 4, in ,the home for Wilkinson County and he[ sing on October 27th at the Mm. H. C. Ford, Jr., marking and Mrs. Dunnam are moving Pioneer Baptist Church. beginning of a new club back to their old home at Quit- Since no invitations are be- following the usual summer man. Mr. Dunnam had been' 1rig sent. friends and relatives Sixteen members and employed with the SCS for some are invited through this medium guests were present for this 20 years before his retirement be attend tie wedding and the occasion. The guests on Semptember 10th. Several reception which will follow in Mrs. O. B. Beverly, Mrs. parties complimet]ted the Dun- the church annex. Hopson, Mrs. Verelle nares befcre their departure and Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr. from Woodville. OPEN HOUSE AND ART The meeting was called to On Wednesday of lasi week. by the new president, Mrs. a group of men friends honored SHOW AT CUMBO'S E. Walsh, The roll was Mr. Dunnam at an enjoyable On Sunday, September 23. and the last minutes read dinner party at Club South of frcm 2 p.m. until 5 p.m., Cumbo's approved. vice-presldent and chair- the Border. Frame Shop will be at home to The Homemakers Club. of its customers and friends for an of the yearbook committee, which Mrs Dunnam was presi- art show and needlepoint dem- Gerald E. Johnston, pre- dent, gathered at the home of onstrlion. [ the 1973-74 yearbooks to Mrs. Lee Carter on Friday night There will be shown for that members of the club. of last week to bid her farewell. Since there was no business The club presented the honoree day some large art works of discuss, the meeting was with a crock pot as a going- Viv]an Carman of Natchez, who is a many times winner at art overfortO thethe afternoon,Prgramiaway gift, and many handsome shows and a prominent member Johnston, who presentedl and useful remembrances were of old homes and plan-I presented by those attending, of the Mississippi Art Associa- tion. Mrs. Carman will be an i Hostesses for the event were honoed guest at the show as in Wilkinson County. Mesdames Linda Gene Carter, will be also Mr. Lamar Tumi- this most interesting Carol Henderson, Vivian Moore, nolle of McComb, who will bring 3n Mrs. Johnston ex- . . Marjorie White, Helen Clark, to the show some of his large ,the physical zeaures and Elaine Carter. gave historical facts of the l Mrs. T. O. Whitaker. Mrs. art works. churc.hes and therNolan McCraine and Mrs Rob- Mrs. Patrick Lewis will talk of interest such as date err Hartness entertained Mrs. on needlepoint and show some construction, age, location, Dunnam at an informal get- interesting needlepoint pieces together last week. They pro- made by her aunt and other Rosetta News sensed her with a fireplace set skilled craftsmen. as a going-away gift. Refreshments will be served Mr. and Mrs Alton Harvester's during the afternoon at this son, Glynn, was scheduled to friendly art show at which]have surgery at St. Jude's Hes- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas Cumbo's is honoring the visiting pital in Memphis. Tenn., on and son, Davis. of Biloxi spent artists and their local friends Tuesday. Your prayers and con- the past weekend with their and customers. Be sure to come. tributions will be appreciated. parents, Mrs. Ray Farrar here Contributions may be mailed to and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mat- thews in Centreville. enes at Pond, PinckneyvLlle acl Ft. Adams. The slides and historical facts by Mrs. Johnston preserve these lovely old homes, a rich heritage of our past. Following the program Mrs. Ford served her guests a deli- cious fruit plate, watermelon sherbet and Cokes. The next meeting of the club will be held ,on-Tuesday, October NEW OFFICERS -- Sigma Tau Delta. English deDartmenL honor society at Mississippi State College for Women. has elected new o:fficers for the 1973-74 school 'ear. They a,re President Judy Hammack of Woodville (seated) and left, to right, Vice President Karcn Kuykenda]l of Hatley; Secretary Suzette Segars of $altillo; and Historian Libby Kirksey of Aliceville. Ala. Miss Hammack. a junior, is the daughter of Mrs. Ellis M. Hammack of Woodville. not only informative .but l2, at the home of Mrs. August to stimulate the tnterest lMartens with Mrs. George Mar- the audience in desiring to ,tens as hostess. Perrytown News Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazlip visited their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Leake. in the Jeffer- son Davis Hospital in Natchez Saturday. We send get well wishes to her. Mrs. Mary Anders was in Mr. Gordon Rymer, Treasurer. Natchez Wednesday on business. Mrs. O. K. Ferguson was called R o s e t t a United Methodist While there she visited her sis- to Lake Charles, La. the past Church, Rt. 1, Crosby, M.s. 39633. ter. Mrs. H: B. Huff, and her weekend due to the serious ill- Mr. a.nd Mrs. Wade Brown and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, and family. Mrs. Eleese Perry visited her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Cauls, in Natchez last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Leake of Jackson visited his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazllp, Sunday. Mrs Janet Murray and chil- dren, Sherri and Dean, made a business trip to Natchez Sat- urday and visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff. 00FALL FOOl) VALU5 hess of her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs.. Martha Jaune and chil- G. C. Williams. dren. Joey and Lisa. visited Mrs. Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr., Alma Scott in Wildsville, La., is on a two weeks' visit with her Sunday. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Ray For- and Mrs. Richard Chouinard. man and daughter. Mitzi. of and children. Richard. Jr.. and Simmesport, La.. Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth. in Great Neck. Long William Forman, and Mr. and Island, N. Y., and is expected Mrs. C. W. Westbrook of New home on Saturday of this week. Orleans visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forman, St., Sunday. Mrs. Bob Keller visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Welsh and Mrs. Charles Welsh and daughter, Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Sept. 13-15 April. in Baton Rouge Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and Sunday. spent the weekend in Baton Mr. Virgil Sturdivant visited Rouge so that Mrs. Vines could his brother and sister-in-law, be with her sister, Mrs. Dolly Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant, Sanders. who has been ill. We the past weekend, send her our best wihes for a Mrs. Raymond McGraw and complete recovery. daughter of Centreville and Mrs. Mr. Pharoah Perry, Mrs. Emma Shelton McGraw visited Mrs. Jessie Mae Speights Tuesday. Perry, and Mrs. Jewel Anders were m Natchez Thursday on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Croft of business. New Bern, North Carolina. and] Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hazlip Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tarver and J and daughters, Jane and Leanne. - e o" G" STOOd Ark land a friend Darrel Lazarus of ..on, ug ,he, I le , ., ' ' visited their father, Mr Lucien Natchez, visited their parents, Murray the past weekend Mr. and Mrs. Willie HazJip, La- Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry I br Day. and children and Mrs. Lyn Me- Mrs. Clarence Leake and her Klemurry visited Mr. and Mrs. son and daughter-in-law. Mr. Shad Perry, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavin in Natct%ez Saturday. Mark Sturdivant visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly in Ridgecrest, La., the past week- end. Mr. John Hauer of Port Gib- son visited his sister, Mrs. George Greer, and Mr. and Mrs. John P. Floyd of Glosser Saturday. Mr. nd Mrs. Tommie Sturdi- vast visited their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Byrd. in Natchez Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. Phlllip Leake, of Baton Rouge, ,were guests f Mr. and Mrs. Barney Haz!ip last Mon- d_MraV and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt land son, Tally Boy, of Baton Rouge spent the weekend here in their mobile vacation home. Visiting them over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Cram- holt and sons, Gary, Kirk, Los- hie Paul. and Dwayne. Mrs. Mary Thibodeaux and daughter, Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs. Stev- en Hayes and daughter, Krlsti, all of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Lynn McKlemurry visited 46 oz. Hunt's TOMATO JUICE 45c F Greene,on, BOLOGNA PEAS, No. 303 can 27c 22 oz. Sweetheart Lime Liquid DETERGENT 33c Fresh CLOROX, gal, 63c CABBAGE lb. 15c I Mars Hill News Mrs. Irene Cavin and daugh- ter. Wands, of Baton Rouge vls- lied her sister, Mrs. Louise Ash- ley, and Mary Sunday evening. Guests of the Louis Arnolds on Saturday were his daughters, Mrs. Daisy Gene Jefoat of Laurel and Mrs. Dorothy Mae Breland, and daughters, Miss Jacky Bryant and Mrs. Dwynne Martin, all of Baton Rouge, and Mr. Charles Wesberry. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and Charles and Wands and a friend spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. Joining them Sunday were Mrs. Ruth Nettles and son. Bobby, and Mrs. Russell Ford of Woodvllle. Mr. Moise Butler and grand- son and a little friend of Baker, La. and Mr. Louis Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashley were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Janle Nettles and son, Jessie Lee Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Robe'rt Hunter Flowexs. We extend our sympa- thy to the f.mily. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashley vis- ited Mr. Aaron Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer in Re- set,Is Sunday. They plan o make a trip to Roanoke. Vs., to visit their son. Arlie V. Aslfley, and family the last of this week. Crosby News The Crosby Boy Scouts were ushers for the ale Miss vs. Villanova football game at Jack- son Memorial Stadium on Sat- urday night. Thoe Scouts par- ticipating were Will Hughes, Robert Hardin. Wess Hughes, Larry Greene, and Gregg Smith. Mrs. V L. CamPbell has been in Pascagoula for the past two weeks visiting her daughter, Miss Minnie Campbell. Robert Hardin was home the past weekend from Jones Junior College at Ellisville. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. of Natchez visited her mother,]Johnny Longmi:re and family Mrs. Sallie Cavin, Sunday. I were visited by Richard Horsley Mrs. Fritz Tyler visited her Ilast week. Mr. Horsley is Mrs. son-in-law and d,aughter, Mr. I Smith's and Mrs. Longmire's and Mrs. James Smith, and brother children in Natchez last week- Mike Foreman was home the end. past weekend from college. He We are sorry to hear that is attending M.ssisippi State Mrs. Joe Roberts is hospitalized University. in Zachary, La., and hope that The Wilk-Amite Sub-District she will soon be able to United Youth Fellowship month- cme]!y meeting will be held at the home. We are sorry to hear of the Crosby Methodist Church on death of Mr. Elton Flowers, son lMonday night, September 17, at of tl]e late Tom a.nd Jessie N.[ 7:30 p.m. ' I ATTENTION!!! High School and College Girls Come in and Register for Fall Outfit to be given away on November 1st. You do not have to buy to register and you do not have to be present to win. Drawing will be November 1st 125 Jefferson Davis Blvd. Natchez III Protection is vital For the quarterback, and for you every day, protection is vital to the fulfillment of youy goals. Look to the Shield of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Netter- rifle of Centreville and Mrs. e her cousin, Miss Evelyn Thomp- Shelter for help. Carol Boles and daughter of son, m Fayette last, weekend. Baton Rouge visited their moth- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant _ Northern ... " .?L.,.V Mrs. Barney Metcalfe and Raymond Sturdivant and ram- '' A t ....... TISSUE, 4 rolls. 47c ".. er, Mrs. George Greer, Sunday. and children and Mr. and Mrs.  For All Your Insurance Needs and F N= u o 'mancmg, =ee or rall daughter, Wands Gall, of Cen- ily of Natchez visited their ]\\; Grade A N'I treville visited her daughter, mother, Mrs. Nin Sturdivant ......... FRYERS Mrs. Mitchell Perry, Saturday.. ItlNtlRANEE II PAT ,2AVIN Mr. Charles Rymer of Sumrall Sunday 22 oz Faultless and Mr. and Mrs. William Ry- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry __..-....x d o mer and children of Natchez and children Tlmmas and .. 2 o rs east of Postoffice visited their parents, Mr. and Wendy, of Natchez visited their ,,,,,, ^r eUe,Trn P .... -666" SPRAY STARCH 63c I 1 IMrs. Gordon Rymer, Sunday. p ,M. and Mrs. Pharoah arents r 3IILu ur =n= = none eee , k ;'4 ' Mr' Tmmie Smith and sn' Perry' and girls Sunday, ..... I Mika. of Zachary, La., viaited ....................... 65c ,, 0areents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Year end Knockouts. 20 oz. Dow , Mr. and Mrs. Tommle G. Stur- " Bathroom Cleanser 75c ,divant, Mr. anti Mrs. Davld Stur- Ford [divmt, and Mrs. Edward Byrd , I of Natchez, and Mr. and Mrs. Ti[ i[T Sli [La[HarryWeatherlyfRidgecrest'.motored to Monroe, La., to Prlceifl00hte r' , l attend the Northeast Louisiana University and Troy State foot- Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne Main. Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 l Williams and son, Van, visited "lMr'las CurtisSunday.Temple in Meadville H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. , -