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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, September 14, 1973 q  J1 I Mr. Emil Habig of New Or- WOODVILLE BAPTISTS ,, leans visited over the weekend TO CELEBRATE with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 175TH ANNIVERSARY Paul D. Habig, Sr. Mrs. Herbert Felter and her lather. Mr. Percy McCurley, visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Townend spent from Thursday of last w, eek through Monday in Wi- nona on business, Mrs. Beatrice W. Perry of Wil- knson visited her son-in-law Mr. Richard Corkern is in University Hospital this week for a check-up. We join his many friends in wishing for him the best of luck. We failed to list Warren Jackson of Gloster Mond.ay. Mrs. Jackson is Mr. MeCurley's sis- ter. Mr and Mrs. T. D. Varnado. Jr.. and baby of Gulfport were expected LO arrive Thursday to spend the weekend with her One hundred and seventy-five years ago, on October 13, 1778, the organization of the present Woodville Baptist Church was begun. T commemora,te this occasion, the present congrega- tion is holding an anniversary celebration on Sunday, October 14, 1973, begining at 10 a.m. All present and former mem- SESQUICENTENNIAL AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH TO BE MARKED OCTOBER 21 Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church here in Woodville will celebrate its sesquicentennial birthday with a very interesting program and many visiting dig- nitaries and former parlshoners. At 11 a.m on Sunday. October 21, a special Holy Communion service will be conducted by the Right Rev. John A. Allain. D.D., bers, as well as interested Episcopal Bishop of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. W. G Gauthler Mr. and Mrs. Wayne DaVis and children, Billy and Jenny, spent Sunday through Tuesday of Baton Rouge visited the past of this week at Grand Isle, La, weekend in the home of Mr. and Ms. Paul D. Habig, Jr., .and Mr. Douglas Bell underwent children, Ken and Laney. l a tonsillectomy at Field Memo- rial Hospital last Monday and The Baptist WMU District 10 was able to return, home the Executive Board, c meeting was following day, we are glad to held on Thursday, September 6, report. at Bellemont Motel in Natchez with a luncheon following the Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lee and meeting. Those attending from 'daughters. Angola and Sabrina, here were Mines. Kent Depee, of Clear City, Texas, spent the O. B. Beverly and Harvey Leake. Labor Day holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs . James and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitaker as going to school in .mother, Mrs. Jim Bailey, Mr. Bailey, and Lee last week. Natchez at Southern. Sorry we Bailey, and brother, Lee Cavin. I Imissed you last week, Rev. Mr. L. D. Townley left ast .," . , Thur.day for Blanchard, Okla- wma:er: Mr. J. G. Wisner of Natchez, formerly of Wilkinson, was to homa, for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Whitaker undergo surgery on Wednesday his brothers and sisters in that moved over the weekend into n Houston. Texas. at the Moth- lent program of music and in- ely. their trailer home which is on odist Hospital. We send best spirational state,wide speakers, Mrs. Ida Wood had the mis- the Whitaker ,place. Mrs. W hit- wishes for a complete and rapid will make the day's activities fortune of falling last Monday aker is attending Southern in recovery, most interesting to those who dislocating an arm. She is in Natchez. attend. Field Memorial HospiVal, and we Mr. and Mrs. John Brondum Dinner will be served on the Mrs. Charles Cumbo and her and son Andy, visited last week-grounds at noon and a recep- wish for her a speedy recovery, daughters, Misses Cornelia and end with his parents, Mr. and $ion at 3 p.m., at the conclusion Mrs. Jennie Wafferd of Pen- "Chuckle." spent the day in Mrs. Pete Brondum, and with of the day's activities, will pro- sacola. Fla., is visiting her sis- New Orleans Sunday and at-- her brother-in-law and s,ister, vide a social hour and time of ter. Miss Ernestine Whitehead, ended an open house at the Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Sturgeon, visitation for those present. and other family members this National tIandcraft Company of all of Hattiesburg. Orders are now being taken week. that cty. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nowell at WCCA for the 1973-74 An- of Jackson are spending a few nual. Please contact Charlie days this week with his brother Randall, Rhonda Ford or Rebbie and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rosso to puprchase one. The J. A. Nowell. The men are on- rice is $5. joying fishing together. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hedges Mr. Leo S. Parker of Perkin- of Marrero, La., visited Mr. and start and son of Gulfport vis- Mrs. C. E Ward, St., and Mr. ited his sisters and their has- and .Mrs. C. E. Ward, Jr., and bands. Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. family last weekend. Carter in Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Baxter of Gloster, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ruiz over the veekend. of Ventress, La., spent the .day Monday visiting Mrs. Ruiz's Mr. Robert Spurgeon Davis. parert,s, Mr. and Mrs. Cage son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis, Chisholm. has been promoted to assistant manager of MFC Service and Visiting in the home of Mr. transferred 'from Alexandria, and Mrs. August Martens over La., to Macon, near Columbus. the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. William F. Martens, Will and Miss "Chuckie" Cumbo visited last week in Brandon with friend, Miss Ann Bortone, of Pensacola, Fla., who went to Messrs. Calvin Cage and Rob- Brandon especially ,to visit her ert Hav.ard of Gloster drove grandfather, Mr. WaRer H. down o New Orleans Saturday Harrell. to attend the Saints-Oilers football game. A regular meeting of the Order .of the Eastern Star No. Visiting the past weekend with 265 was held on Monday, Sep- Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones were tember 10, with one visitor, Mrs. heir son and his family, Mr. Julia Nichols of Raleigh, N. C., and Mrs. Girault Jones and sister of Worthy Matron Martha Girault, Jr., and Elizabeth, of Davis. After the meeting :re- Grenada. freshments were served and a Miss Linda Carter spent the social hour was enjoyed by all. past weekend in Metairie, La.. mmnnmnuluuliuUlUlnlinlUUOllllilUlUlnUlmilinmlmijUlUNiilnRgm with her ,brother-in-law and LIVING ROOM AND DEN FURNITURE Living Room Suites in French Provincial, Mediterranean, Contemporary, and Traditional. In two and three piece suites with Naugahyde or Herculon fabric upholstery. Rocker Lounges and Recliners Occasional Chairs and Love Seats Matching End and Cocktail Tables See our new arrivals in Floor and Table Lamps, and also Pier, framed, and Venetian Mirrors. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. friends of all denominations, A dinner on the grounds will Prof. Davis Berry of the Uni- Cutter, who accompanied them are cordially inv.ited to attend f, cllow for all who attend the versity of Southern Mississippi back to Texas for the remainder this happy celebration. A unique service or who should like to and two friends, Prof. Mary of last veek. program depicting the begin- visit with old friends. nings and progress of the or- In the afternoon there will ganization, as well as an excel- be an historical talk by the Right Roy. Girault Jones, D.D., retired Bishop of Louisiana, whose father, the late Mr. A. H. Jones, gave a similar talk at the 100th aniversary of the church in 1923. A reception in the Parish House will follow. Present for the occasion will be descendants of the Rev. James Angele Fox. the first pastor of the church, former ministers of the church and their families, and former resi- dents of Woodville. Mrs. Paul Arnold and Miss Gvyn Turner attended a very interesting and instructive hair styling show in Lake Charles. La., last Sunday. Mr. Otto, of Vienna, was the artist for this occasion. Mrs. Alex B. Geter of Baker, La., visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. Carter, Sunday. She went on to the Wilkinson neighborhood to visit other relatives over the weekend. Friends here will be sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. James Steve Martens, and a school W. CAnna Lee Soule) Daniel of friend of Will's, Dale Freeman. St. Franeisville on Wednesday sister, Mr. and iY,rs, Win- o 1 Koonce, and with Miss Billie Faye Carter. She joined a group of friends for the Saints-Oilers game on Saturday night. '' !: Mr. and Mrs. Luther Beard of Zachary, La., announce the birth of a daughter, Lisa Dawn, their second child and second daughter, on September 8th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Beard of Gloster, former residents of Wcodville, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams of Lib- 3 for 79c $1.0 by H. Emerson Be ryhJll In our society today, the same " as since time began, we :are J Whole 95c lb. POTATO CHIPS 49c mutually accountable to one another. We can do scarcely anything which does not involve others. J Bologna, Chunk Ib. 99c CLOROX gal, lc Our family, our friends--some- one is usually affected .by our actions. An ancient story of men at I Kraft French Jumbo sea in a boat tells that one of them ,began to bore a hole Dressing, 16 oz. 59c KLEENEX TOWELS 2-79c in the bottom of the vessel. In answer to the alarmed remon- I Kraft 18 oz. 80 count strations of the others, he said: "I am only boring under my A own seat." 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Clark of Woodvllle, Mrs. Daniel vas a retired longtime St. Fran- ci,sville postmistress as well as a charter .member of the Order of the Eastern Star there. Fu- neral services were held on Thursday from the family resi- dence and interment was m Star Hill Cemetery. Survivors include s eve n children, 26 grandchildren, and 16 great- grandchildren. Wallace Crocker and her hus- band. Prof. Jack Crocker, of MSCW, visited Mr. Berry's aunt, Mrs Argless Davis, and Mr. Davis over the weekend. Michelle Morgan of Port Gib- son visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan and family last week. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Morgan, Jr., and sons spent the weekend with the Ryan family and she returned home with them on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Leake and Mrs. Wi]mer Locke drove over to Smlthdale on Saturday, Sep- tember 8. and the Mmes. Leake attended a bridal shower at Mr, Olive Baptist Church given for Mr. Leake's niece, Miss Irma Fenn, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Homer Fenn. The Rev. Pat Murray of Yazoo City was an overnight v, isltor with the Rev. John Niemeyer, on Monday of this week. Father Murray has just returned after spending four years in Saltillc, Mexico. Father Nlemeyer went to New Orleans on Tuesday of this week to spend a couple of days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagen. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hartness drove up to Jackson on Thurs o, day, 'August 31, and spent the night with their daughter, Miss Patricia Hartness. Then on Fri- day morning they flew to Cleve- land, Ohio, for a Labor Day weekend reunion of the 37th Ohio Army Division of which "Bob" w, as a nember during World War II. Planters Hardware, Inc. 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