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i!ii!i( I Friday, September 28, 1973 The Woodville Republlcan, Woodville, Misslsslppl Page 3 by I expect to ,leave the end of this OPEN HOUSE IPARENTS LEAGUE SETS Cros News Mars Hill News l week ,or Oxford where the,of Mis-nll WELL ATTENDED [ STUNT NITE AT WCCA I frmi" kiasonThe PatrOnSccunty LeagUeChristianOf \\;Vii- inMr&apos;NewandIberla,Mrs L. A Lee were I We are glad to know that iVla's, enroll in the University Acad-| La.. last weekend Joe Roberts came home Friday sisippi for the coming year. Eighty or more persons visiting their daughter and faro- Ircm Lane Memorial Hospi,tal m Woodvllle. Natchez, St. Francis- ville. Gloster and Libe,rty regis-lemy will sponsor a Stunt Night ered for the open house Sun- entertainment at the school day given by Cumbo's Framelauditorium as a benefit per- Shop from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m., formaace for the gymnasium and the handsome frame given fund on Thursday, November 15. by the shop as a door pmze was Anyone wishing to prticipate won by Mrs. Susie Berry. in the fun nght performance The award to the customer is asked to call Mrs. Gladys who was voted to have had the McCralne at 888-6819. Mrs. Rose most unique and interesting Mary Spell at 888-6431 day and article framed was a gold span- 888-4440 night, or Mrs. Mabel drel frame awarded to Dr. Jcn- Clark after 5 Pm. at 888-6788. ' ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ILOCAL MEMBERS ATTEND Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cavin of lGLOSTER OES MEETING l%tchez announce the engage-I .............. rand Ma Iii^_. .... e J Tne sae wuLuy  a and forthcoming marrlag tron Mrs Maude Farres, and of their daughter, Lynn Ruth, ' .." ..... to .... " -  ra ona the Wormy Jrana ra,ron, Mr. raomas tmarles a g ,, . son of Mr and Mrs Earnest Melvin Putt, made their ofhclal Baragona, 'Sr, of Natchez I visit to District 7, Order of the ,,,_ ' t Eastern Star, in Gioster on Sat- nings Owens. T.he winning vote Admission for everyone, m- ae prospective bride is the jurdav September 22. All of the was for the shirt Vail of a first eluding participants, will be $1 alldad?:gh:R t M:o t nd ti]wnddvlSe '=---- --l'h:tPltde'rinlnt::epdtrr:" pMr: solo plane flight. Other later-for adults and 50c for children. o e - esting things that were consid- An advance sale of tickets 1 Mrs. Edward Fr s a bers from each chapter br,ought ered for the prize were turkey will be announced later. The ate Mr. Frost of Natchez. The covered dishes and a bountiful feathers framed, 'perfect at- Junior Class will be in charge Prospective bridegroom is the;buffet supper was served before tendance Sunday School medals of he concessions stand, as- ranon of the late Mr. anal the meeting, for 27 yea,rs, astronaut patches sisted by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mrs. Tom W. Flowers, former! residents of'the Buffalo commu- Mr. Walker Carney, Jr.. Wor- for all the moon shots, a toy Spillman. and of the late Mr. and thy Patron of the Gloster Chap- ran, music dating back o the Salvador Baragona of St. ter, paid handsome tribute to 16th century, an 1812 sampler, JOSeph, Louisiana. the guests of honor, the Grand and many other interesting WCCA NEWS Matron and Patron. 3bjects. I%r. John A. Polk of the Bu- The wedding will take place .... m Mrs Vivian Carman of Nateh- reau of Narcotics will present a at two-thirty o'clock in the Attending the )needing ire  hnwp many of her lovely l uroram at WCCA on Tuesday fternoon on November 17 in a Woodville Chapter 265 were Mrs. acr,iic:and was kind enough!of next week October 2, under PriVate ceremony in the home IMildred Leake, Dl'strlct DeputY l  (, ...... ,h,m n this week for lt.h, .usolces of the Woodvil,le 0[ Mrs. Edward Frost, matern'allGrand Matl on, Mrs. _Mart lsome who might not have been I Javcees. Mr. Polk will talk to grandmother of the bride.]Davis, Worthy Maron; Mr. J. n.,), , otfc, ud I)ior high and high school rlends and relatives nay at-INowell, Worthy Patron, m. M "1 ......... ,,m,,,u f Me-]students at 2 p.m., and mter- ead the reception to follow at[Dora Belle Nowell, Mrs. rnynis] v,. ,,:",:,_:".*-'+ :,.v n ested uarents are invited to t , I h He son ,womu exnlobeu i ,,u ,) - .hree oclock at the Frost resi-Geter, Mrs. Elizabet P .' =. : ....... ,, .... )"na-'lattend. ence on Beau Pre Road in,Mrs. Elaine P. Carter, Mrs. uoy ,,,a,, p-,o.--), ...... , - = | llatcl'ez Beverly, Mrs. Josie McNeely, .and per, paper:-we!ghts, a Well as/. The lreshmal' Class. at WCCA " Rev. O. B. Bevely. large acrync suales. | wishes to announce its repre- ,. - "' - .... Mrs. Patrick Lewis had a nice| sentatives in Homecoming for vrs. S. B. Curry left last week , display of needlepoint articles 1973-74 as follows: Lord Charlie for a tour of the Far East. Her Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nowell had including a clock footstool,] Netterville and Lady Laura aughter, Mrs. Robert Redhead, for .an overnight visit in tl]eir family crests and mottos. This Spillman. Class officers are Liz r., Wen as far as Williamsburg, home on Satu,rday Mr. and Mrs. skillful young lady will conduct I Wi,lcox, president; Kathy Fer- yirglnia, with her before re- W. D. Jamison of Leland and classes in needlepoint at the lguson , vice-lresident; Renee In- taming here to Join her husband Mrs. Adelle Swindell of Cleve- Shop this fall. ]man, secretary; Wilber Smith, on the weekerd, land. " Alternating at the coffee serv- Itreasurer; and Laura Spillman ice were Mrs. J. R. Hamilton and Jimmy Phares, reporters. and Mrs. Ben Shatter Jones. OLL SlI-W SLAT--- SHIRLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP Pouring punch were Mrs. A. J. ;, Clark, Mrs. Virgil Davis, and IN ST. FRANCISVILLE SPECIAL SALE PRICES Mrs. Prentiss Ferguson. The Women of Grace Epis- October 2 thru October 13 copal Church, St. Franclsville, Visiting in the home of Mr. will hold their annual Doll S1]ow Clean and Set on Following: and Mrs. Sample Whitehead for on Saturday and sunday, Sep- the .weekend were their son-in- tember 29 and 30..at Jackson Society of Outstanding High Reg. Sale law and daughter, iVtr. and Mrs. Hall. The show will be open to School Students of America. IIuman Hair Wigs $8.00 $6.00 David Sheppard and clildren, the" public from 12 noon to 5 Davey, Chris and Collie, ef p.m. both days. A donation will Tess has been awarded the Science Award at his school; is SYnthetic Wigs $6.00 $4.00 Laurel, Mr. Sheppard's brother- be asked of $1 from adults and serving as president of the Beta Large Hair Piece $3.50 $3.00 in-law and sister, Mr. and lVrs. 50c from children. Club chapter at PHA; i State Carl Roberts and children, Mi- Small Hair Piece $2.50 $2.00 chelle Lesia and Lesslie, of CYSTIC FIBROSIS FUND president of the high school Ridgcland. and Mr. Sheppard's division of Patriotic American For Appointment Call-- mother. Mrs. Howard Moon, and DRIVE THURSDAY NIGIIT Youth in Mississippi; is a mere- Mr. Moon of Jaclcson. They all ber of the Pine Hills Academy Buffalo Super Store, 888-6793 spent the weekend in the White- Mrs. Shirley Ragsdale. local Chapter of PAY; is president of chairman, announded this week Crosby Un))ted Methodist Youth head's home in the countzy, that a house-to-house fund Fellowship; and is president of -- raising campaign far the Cystic the Wilk-Amlte Sub-District Fibrosis Foundation will be UMYF. Tess was nameed editor staged in Woodville on Thurs- of the school paper and is on day night of this week. begin- the school annual staff. He ning at 7:30 p:m. If you would served as vice-presideat of the like to assist, please call Mrs. Junior class last year. Wess Ragsdale at 888-6841 or 2391. plans vo attend the University of Southern] Mississippi at Hat- Mrs. W L. Ferguson under- tiesburg. His grandparents are ay"a'ur-'a-, Sept 27-29 went surgery at Field Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hughes Prices Effective Thurs thru Community Hospital on Monday of Fargo, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. of this week. We trust that she W. V. TomUason o, Argyle, Ga. will soon be able to return home Wess is t2e son of Mr. and Mrs. feeling much better We.sley H ,Hughes, Sr., of -: Regula r Crosby. AJAX CLEANSER 33 Mr. and Mrs. John White and 2- c two sons of Jacksonville, Fla., are expected here this weekend )IARS HILL IIOMEMAKERS 7 Grade,,A,, "  t visit her aunts' Miss Mary MEET AT TAYLOR HOME Scott and M, rs. J. lq. Miller, and FRYERS -, Mr. Miller. The Whites will The Mars Hill Homemakers 8 OZ. leave next week .to visit her Club met at the home of Mrs. grandfather, Col. Don M. Scott, Weasel Taylor with eight mere- | I WOOLITE Liquid 65c and Mrs. Scott in San Antonio, bers present and four visitors, , Texas.  Mrs. Joyce Perry, Mrs. Nan It Ib II Carla. Mrs. Lessie Love and . Miss Mary McGehee and Mrs. .Virs. Bertie Turnage.  William B. Withers expect to The meeting was called to 49c .   leave New Orleans bY plane n rder bY the vice'president' Mrs" ..... 32 oz. Heinz Saturday to fly to Californta. i Myrtis Perry, and the collect " TOMATO KETCHUP 67c Miss McGehee will visit in the I was read by Mrs. Lela Hazlip. home of her nephew and niece,]The study topic .on ecology was I Mr. and Mrs. Judd Osten, and given by Mrs. Joyce Perry, and children in ]]rvine, Calif.. and|a demonstration on making while there will atend the/fabric flowe,rs was presented by christening o, her little great- Mrs. Nina Sturdlvant, who also 30 gallon Glad 6 oz. niece, Susan Elizabeth. Mrs. won the door prize. will visit a friend near The hostess served delicious Liq Los Angeles. They expect to re- cake, sandwiches and Cokes Trash Can Liners 20-69c uid FASWEET 69c Withers turn home in two weeks, during the social hour.  Re- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Leake porter. .. had the following guests for an ..f overnight visit in their home for a dinner at the Leake home " Saturday: Mrs. Maude Farres of by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jamison Bounty Jumbo f  Corinth, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin of Lcland, IVh's' Adelle Swindell Putt of Booneville, and Mrs. of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Asst Towels 3 for $1,00 Parkay Elenor Keyseear of Wiggins. ence Hamilton ol Ocean Springs, | SOFT OLEO They __wreIF ----YOUJined CAN'Tn Sunday..__ AFFORDand Mr. and Mrs. J. A.IT---- Nowell., Dime Brand lb. CONDENSED MILK 43c 49c --- CAN YOU AVOID IT??? " You probably can't AFFORD surprise Medical Costs * * But you CAN avoid Kraft Miracle Whip Surprise Medical Costs! SALAD DRESSING 85c Let your Prudential representative show you this personalized way to help protect THE VARIETY SHACK your Family's FINANCIAL Health. FOSTER INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Commercial Row Woodville, Ms. 39669 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tucker rc- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Haydel, Zachary, La., and hope she is turned to their home in Yazoo City early this week following and children. eeling better. John Kelly Orso, son of Mr. Mrs. Shelby Smith of Natchez )Tucker.a visit to his mother, Mrs. W. F. and Mrs. J. K. Orso, was home and her parents, Mr. and rs.! Mrs. J. M. Sessmns, ., '. last weekend Srom Mississippi Bob Ashley, returned home Sat- Jr Mzs urday from .a visit to Roanoke,!Nannie Hand and Mrs. E. M. tare University S ' . I Virginia, to see their son, BTC Kee, Jr.. spent the past Wednes- Mss Darlene Munn of Mesa = e day in Gloster attending tile ....... ollo" ]Arhe V. Ashl y, and family. ville visite .MdS .lnaa w | Mr. Walte,r Cavin came home meeting of the Baptist Assoct- the pas veee . [Thursday from Jeff Davis Hos- ation which was held at the The Rev. and Mrs. Cl:spital m Natchez after eye sur = Baptist church .of tlat town tlis A,renoa were m Jackson |gery on Saturday. He is feeling fall and. as usual, had an all Wednesday. bcLber and would love to have day session Mr. and Mrs. Hey Herring of i his friends visit him. 50 YEARS AGO Natchez visited in the home of I Mrs. Sallie Cavin spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Smittlday night with he,r son-in-law Mr. E. S. Wall of hc second of Crosby Sunday. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- di'strict, accompanied by his Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Temple daughter, Miss Bessie Wall, was and Little Jim and Mr. and M,rs. I eft Hunter, in Natchez. Mrs. Lessie Love and Mrs. William Rymer and Lisa. Todd, Birdie Turnage of Shreveport, and Little Jeffrey visited Mr. La., visited in the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Raylord Temple last i Wense 1 Taylor for several days weekend. I last week. T1]e Crosby Boy Scouts .spent( Helping Mr. Walter Cavin t<) an exciting weekend as theY/celebrate his eighty-fift] birth- journeyed up the Hom,ochitto day on Sunday were all of his River on a boating expedl,tion, children but Mr. Ray Cavils. Those participating were: Rob- Those present we,re Mr. and Mrs. oft Hardia. Troy Kelly, Deron Russe`l Ford of WoodvLlle; Mr. Petty, Rickey Butler, Jennings and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and Wan- F.creman, David Smith, John da and Charles and his friend, Hardin, Larry Greene. and Greg, Mrs. Ronald Black and Scoutmaster Mickey Petty. R.honda .and Roger, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hughes, George Weathers and Emily and who had been visiting Mr. and Wendy, of Baton Rouge; Mr. Mrs. Wesley Hughes and family, and Mrs. Pharoah Perry and have returned to Lumpkin, Ga. Pl]y`lis and Lyncia, Mr. and Mrs. The latter Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Clyde Nettles, Mr. and Mrs. Will and Wade were in Laurel Morris Nettles and Morris, on, Saturday. Ralph, William and Carl, Mr. I would like"to take this op- and Mrs. Bobby Johnson; and )ortunity to thank all the peo- Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Rabb of ple who have helped me with Waterproof, La. my column. As you all know my Guests of Mrs. Emma Bryant family will soon be moving to Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laurel. I will surely miss all of Holden of Baton Rouge, Mr. and my friends but will always re- Mrs. Nolan Rabb of Waterproof, member them. Next month there La., and Mrs. Sallie Carla. will be a new reporter for the On our sick list last week were Crosby News. I hope he/she will Mrs. Weasel Taylor and Mr. enjoy repo,rting the news as Ronald PerrY. We send get well much as I have.- Will Hughes. wkshes and hope they are feel- Gloster -- Tess Hughes. senior ing better. at Pine HilLs Academy, has been selected as a member of the From The Files Of The Republican "Backward, turn backward, Oh Time, in thy flight .... " 25 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hopson and caughter of Delhi, La., spent Sunday here with the Dudley Hopsons. "Sonny" and George Watson in town Monday. Oirault Jones and Jas. John- son, Jr.. have returned to tl]e University of Mississippi to re- sume their studies at that in- stitution. 75 YEARS AGO Messrs. Jno. and Jas. Murray lot the 5th district were in town / Mond.___.  __ L 0000Adversity makes a man wise, though not rich"  I" ' ..-,'W''? ., What if someone were hurt on your plperty, you could be financially responsible. That's why you should have the protection of comprehensive liability insurance coverege. The smell cost of Farm Bureau insurance liability protection Is a modest price to poy for peace of mind. Call your local Farm Bureau insurance agent today about preparing for tomorrow. Richard F]accomio 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 Woodviile, Miss. 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 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 Woodvile, Miss. Phone 888-6682 :'' .... , :: f .',,,,i  ' ';:; ,' :: ,',i' '!', ' ': : "'