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September 21, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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September 21, 1973

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Fr.tday, September 21, 1973 MRS. S. B. CURRY NTERTAINS FORT ADAMS WOMAN'S CLUB I Following a ,summer recess the l%rt Adams Woman's Club re- SUmed their monthly meeting With a delightful gathering at the home of Mrs. S. B. Curry. There were twelve members Present for the occasion and BUFFALO HOMEMAKERS MEET WITH MRS. SMITH The home of Mrs. Leroy Smith was the setting for the Buffalo Homemakers Club meeting on Tuesday night, September 11. The meeting was calied to order by the president, Mrs. Mary Netterville, who presided at a brief business parted. The demonstration on making two guests, Mrs. C. L. Se,al and fabric flowers was very ably lairs. R. M. Redhead. Th "'n . _ presented by Mrs. Dorothy , e meeu g was openea. DYlsmith ' who also gave some vrs. W. F. Rosenblatt, vine-lira]ely comments on ecology and s!dent, in the absence of the lair and noise pollution. hesldent, Mrs. Ernest Inman. t Mrs. Smith served cookies and tter a short business session I delicious fruit punch during the . e meeting was mrnect over Olsocia 1 time lrs. C. L. Swango, program] "' _ chairman for the day, who in turn presented the guest speak- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geter, III, er, Mrs. Redhead, a most gifted rsonality. She presented a de- lightful one act play, "The Dear Departed,,' by Stanley Houghton, taken from a work compiled by 13ennett Cerf and Van Cartwell. On conclusion of this charm- iag entertainment, the hostess, assisted :by Mrs. H. B. Curry, in.aired the members and guests late the dining room where a of Baton Rouge spent the week- end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carter. They were joined on Sunday by Mrs. Archie Carter and Miss Donetta Carter to celebrate Mr. Vernon Carter's birthday. delicious party plate and coffee were served from a beautifully appointed table. LIVESTOCK SERVICE Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates. Individual order buying service. Quantities of stacker cattle bid on in pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Phone 888-6682 Woodviffe, Miss. The Woodvflle Republican, Woodville, Misdss;pp CUMBO'S FRAME SHOP OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Complimentary to their cus- tomers and frLends, Cumbo's  Frame Shop will offer a door prize for registering at their open house Sunday. Also as .a special feature, and by popular vote, there will be an award to the customer who has the most unusual object or unique thing Rosetta News Mrs. John David Pullen, III, and .Mrs. John David Pullen, II, and daughter, JoHanna, of Natchez viaited Mr. and Mrs. GGrdon Rymer Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly of Rldgecrest, La., visited her p,rents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith framed by Cumbo's and daughters, Dawn and Loft, Besides showing some lovely] 0f West Point visited his par- needlepoint things, Mrs. Pat I ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith, Lewis is expecting all those in-1 saturday and Sunday. 'terested in fall needlepoint I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of classes to sign up Sunday af-I Centreville' Mr. and Mrs. WiN ternoon and the samples she lliam Rymer and children of will show will prove to be in-]Natchez and Mr. Louis Arnold spiring to those interested, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Refreshments will be served during the hours of the courtesy which will feature the works of Mrs. Vivian Carman of Natchez, whose works display a oftly realistic style, and Mrs. Lamar Tuminello of McComb, whose creations are done in a boldly dramatic manner that is semi-abstract. All Cumbers customers an,d friends are invited to attend during the hours of 2 to 6 p.m. Perrytown News Rymer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Wil- liams and daughter, Lori, of St. Amant, La,, visited his aunts, Mrs. E. L. Forman, Mrs. France Breedlove and Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights, the past weekend. Mr. and Mns. Ronald McCabc and daughter, Kelly, of Alex- andria, La., arrived Saturday, and Mrs. McCabe and daughter will visit f,or a week with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, St. We extend our deepest sym- pathy to the brothcrs and sis- ;ters of Mr. Harold Havard, who passed away last week. He ,was formerly of Wilkinson County. Mrs. Lynn McKlemurry visited Mrs. Evelyn Thompson in Fay- ette the past weekend. Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., .and daughter, April, visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Dover, and attended a birthday event for Miss Lori Dover Saturday. Mr. and hrs. Ben Murray and son, Ben Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Murray and family, Mr. i and Mrs. Gus Murray and fam- ily and Mr. Ronald Geter of Leake, and children, Kenny, Stevenson, Alabama, visited their Cliff and Jeannie, in Clayton, parents, Mr. Lucien Murray and Mrs Paul Beattie in Gloster, the La., Sunday. I Weekend guests of Mrs. Nina )ast week. Page 3 Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders were dinner guests of Mr. and James Anders and family in Natchez Thu:rsday night. I Mrs. Pharoah Perry was in I Natchez with her father, Mr.' Walter Cavin, Saturday ,while he underwent surgery on his eye at Jeff Davis Hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazlip visited .their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturdivant were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson and daughter, Cathy Cavin, and granddaugh- ter, Shane Cavin, of Ntchez, and Mr. Gene Ashley of Natchez and Mr. Gene Ashley, Mr. James Johnson and Mr. Patrick Ash- ley, all of Rosetta. Mr. John Duggar Hazlip and daughter, Cecelia, of Hazlehurst spent the ,weekend at .their home here. Miss Gaff Nettles and her fi- ance, Mr. David Heater of Fort Hood, Texas, and Miss Florence Nettles visited Mr. and Mrs. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Sept. 20-22 18 oz. Jif Crunchy or Creamy PEANUT BUTTER 75c W : 23 oz. Duncan Hines BROWNIE MIX I OIL ac go,. 1 $2.99 N;;he00n NAPKINS 2-29c Sauco B lb. Bucket PURE A Grade ARMOUR LARD $3.99 PIG TAILS lb. 55c 50 lb. Purina .,s' 9 DOG CHOW $7.75 "  Miracle LIIj Quart Wagner ORANGE DRINK 31c | OLEO . (6 sticks) 1 Giant Size Jl SUPER SUDS 49c 39C " Van Camp 1/2S  GRATED TUNA 39c VAEIETY $11AfK Tfl[ Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 We extend our deepest sym- )athy to the family of Mrs. Margaret Anderson, who passed away last week in Garden City. We wish a complete recovery for Mr. Gerald Bradley after his wreck Sunday morning. He is Jewel Anders Saturday. Sunday guests in the home of Ylr. and Mrs. Pharaoh Perry were Mrs. W. A. Hazlip an, d her daughter Beverly, of Natchez, and Mr. Louis 'Arnold of Mars Hill community. a patient in Field HosPital i Centreville. Mr. Tommie G. Sturdivnt, Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant, and Mrs. Edward Byrd of Natch- ez attended the Mississippi S t at e - Northeast Louisiana football game Satu,rday after- noon. ' Mr. Walton Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Farbee visited Mrs. Alton Harvester and son Glynn, who is a patient in St. Jude Hospital, in Memphis, Tenn., the past weekend. We are happy to report that his doctors say le may be able to come home soon. Mr. and Mz. Alton Harvester wish to thank the many friends who have supported them with their prayezs and contributions l for their son. May God bless ] you. ] Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdi- [rant and daughter, Carol, of Houston, Texas, visited his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, the past weekend. Ilirthday Party Mrs. Ronald McCabe and Mrs. Ptyllis Marie Breedlove gave a party unctay afternoon at the tmme of Mrs. F, rance Breedlove !honoring their children, little Kelly on her first birthday and Lloyd on his third birthday. Their birthday cake was iced in white and was decorated with the inscription "Lloyd and Kelly" in pink and blue. It held one candle at one end and three at the other. Mrs. E. L. Forman, Sr., and Mrs. Bobby L. Williams assisted in serving the cake with ice cream and punch. A number of relatives were pres- ent to enjoy the event. day o visi,t their son, Sydney,' and his wife and to meet their new grandson. Mr. Louis Arnold visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordo,n Rymer in Ro- setta Sunday evening and spent a while with Mr. and Mrs. Pha- raoh Perry and girls, Phylis and Lancie. Visiting Mr. Walter Cavin at Jeff Davis Hospital Sunday were M2. and Mrs.. Russel Ford of Woodvllle, Mr. C. W, Cavln of Baton Rouge, ,and Mrs. Mottle Whitehead and Mr. Pharoah Perry. We are sorry that Mrs. Jennie Arnold is on the sick list this week. We wish her  quick re- covery. Mr. Harold Ashley spent a few days at hmne with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ash- ley before returning to his work. Human Hair Wigs Synthetic Wigs Large Hair Piece Small Hair Piece I I I '11 I III II!111 I I I -- | SHIRLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL SALE PRICES October 2 thru October 13 Clean and Set on Following: Reg. Sale $8.00 $6.00 $6.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 For Appointment Call-- Buffalo Super Store, 888-6793 I Ill I I ' IIIIII II I -| ATTENTION!!! High School and College Girls Come in and Register for Fall Outfit to be given away on November 1st. You do not Mars Hill News We send Lst wishes or a quick recovery to Mr. Walter Cavin, who had surgery on his eye Saturday morning at Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. Richard Cupit came home Sat- urday after spending a week in Centreville hospital following a heart attack. He is one of our. colored friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashley and daughter, Mrs. Shelby Smith, of Natchez, lcft Saturday for Roa- noke, Vlrginia to visit their son and' brother, Mr. Arlie V. Ash- ley, and family for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Decker of Gloster left for New York Fri- 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 Ford introduces the 74's. The news is big, medium and small. At your Ford Dealer's. Mustang 11 Ghia Ford Mustang H. A new class of small car: First Class. Mustanj ]I is 19 inches shorter than last year's ustang ... even a bit shorter than the original one. It's more than o new Mustang. It's a whole new class of small car: First Class. In every way, From its jewel-like exterior to its handsomely appointed interior, the new Mustang [I gives you a luxurious level of standard equipment you probably never expected to find a a small car. Yet Mustang TI still car ries an economical small-car price. Mustang 11comes in two different body styles, four different models. ,ee them soon. 1974 Ford Torino.The solid mid-size. Torino's got a new young look this year. Excitingly reswled outside., o exciting new features inside. And lots of solid car to go with them. A new young look, a smooth and steady ride. That's Torino 74. Gran Tar|no Brougham 2-Door Hardtop shown with optional deluxe bumper group, 1974 Ford LTD. The quiet full.size. Quiet, luxurious, beautifully built: that s LTD for 74. A high level of t., craftsmanship wherever you look, 1 :' from the fit of the doors, hood and I trunk to the impressive list of LTD i'l I features. Steel belted radial tires,' Automatic transmission. Power steering. Power brakes,,and morg, .All tondord on LID for 74, #i Ford LTD Brougham 2-door Hardtop shown wilh optional deluxe wheel covers, while sidewall tires and deluxe bumper group, See all the 74"s from Ford on September 21. The closer you look, the better we look. FOR D FORD DIVIION 0 H & R Ford, Inc. Woodville, Miss. . ;!i i