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October 5, 1973

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October 5, 1973 i NGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED lr. and Mrs. redrlck Leroy aiith of Woodvflle announce !he engagement and approach- atl marriage of their daughter, gaol Add, to Mr. Frank Bing- ham elman, son of Dr. an d Yes Frank L. Selman of Fair- hope, Alabama. Miss Smith is the grand- aUghter of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Sell Smith of Crosby Route and UDC CHAPTER HOLDS SWIMMING PARTY It was a great splash down on a g, reat day--with blue skies overhead--in the lovely blue- tiled swimming pool at the Jimmy Gross' home in suburban Woodville. The occasion was the opening meeting of the new year for the Wilkinson County Chapter. United Daughters of late Mr. and Mrs. Dudley the Confederacy, and the county of Woodville. She is a members .were out in full force graduate of Wilkinson County as well as guests Miss Anna hristian Academy and is pros- Louise Campbell, M=rs. Carl D'A- attending Mississippi State quila, Sr.. Mrs. Lee Carter. Mrs. Selman is the grandson bir. and Mrs. John T. Rowan Collinsville, Alabama. and of late Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. He completed high hool In Falrhope and is pres- a student at Mississippi Cdile Wood. and Mrs. Robert Catchlngs. Two new members, Mrs. D. D. Sumrall and Miss Llnda Carter. were welcomed into the group. The cooling off period fol- lowed the meeUng, opened as usual with the rituals, prayers University, where he ex- and salutes to the U. S., Missis- to receive his degree in sippi and Confederate flags. Re- in December. parts of committees were heard, wedding will take place and during old business it was voted to give the chapter schol- Fairhope13. on Saturday, Oc- arships of $180 each to the Wilkinson County Christian . IL CATCHINGS [Academy and the Centreville i Academy for tuition for the } VISIT VIRGINIA student from each town who qualifies. These scholarships are AWARD WINNER for a descendant of a soldier WOodville pharmacist William I who fought fox the South in Catehings, the Mississippi the War Between the States Pharmaceutical Associa-, lg73 recipient of the A. H. macists will tour A. H. Robins' "Bowl of Hygela" Award manufacturing plant and re- search center and will be hon g community serv- by a pharmacist, is among ored at a reception and dinner. Year's award winners wtio They also will spend a day tou,r- accepted an invitation to lug Williamsburg, the restored Th-e Woodvflle Republlcah, Woodvflle, M;ssJsdpp| Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED 'Rosetta News Perrytown News I civic CLUB NEWS - -  Birthda Party I A meeting of the Woodvtlle Martha tsrown "to ' Y I Civic Club will be held on Mort- Wed November 21 , Mrs. Ralph Wilson honored I day, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brwnl'---- ,___,_Me:rgA  ..._,.,,.r,,nn,o,Le;,;ourthbirth: (the Health Center. em :ppoU:ceintghemarng:gemeft tianid I dfYerWotz' 1 ThePa::Yvt:: taSend:y I cboeiip:21eetaliagi?Al!rael sp;; daughter, Martha, to RangYlcovered with a party cloth ap-lto attend to make plans for the Nettles. , ]propriate for the occasion. Their [ tqTa lu year  m -74 c b . The wedding w,ll be -00eake was doc00rated with twi,00l--;n club 00ojec00 will be dis nized on November 21 at seven-/doll s .and four candles for each ] P" - thirty o'clock in the evening at|gir 1 After playing games for cussed, including the following: the home of the bride's parents[ some time, gifts were opened Membership drive , near Lake Nebo.  and refreshments were served to CTh:stst tP; r ac dee nP ayS i Friends and relatives are in-| twelve small children Punch talit ' " the Miss Hospi, Y vitcd to attend. | was served from one end of . . I _ | table and birthday cake and ice Pilgrimage | cream from the other. Assisting Art Show [ I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry Museum of Southern Decora- and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson in serving was her sister-in-law. Mrs. Mrgie Brown tive Arts. Mrs. Jerry Cavin and their new baby in Natchez Tuesday. of Crosby route, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McCabe I Mr. Byron Hazlip and son, and Mrs. H. B. Huff. and daughter, Kelly, of Alexan-lKyle ' of Natchez spent the day We extend sympathy to tlm I dria. La.. visited Mrs. Lennie/Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Edgar Vines family in the loss I McCabe in Gloater and Mr. and / Hazel Hazlip. Ofsanders,their wholVedpassedne' MrS.away DollYFri_ Mrs. E. L. Forman, St., last] Mrs. Jewel Anders visited her day in Baton Rouge General weekend. Miss Kitty Huff of Gloater ster. Mrs. H. B. Huff, in Hospital and was buried Sun- visited Miss Darlene Speights Natchez Friday. day in Woodville. I the past weekend for her birth- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson day. and children, We n d y and of Natchez spent the weekend Mr. Curtiss Havard. Jr., of Tommy, of Natchez and Mr. an& with their mother, Mrs. Nma Baton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Mieky Perry and children, Sturdivant. Mrs. Joe Mathis Saturday and Pryde and Malinda, of Rosetta Mrs. N orma Locke and chil- his father, Mr. Curtiss Havard, visited their parents, Mr. and dren, Kenny, Cliff and Jeannie. Sr. Mrs. Pharoah Perry, Sunday. of Clayton La., visited her par- Mrs. Edward Byrd and her Mrs. Wensel Taylor and Mrs. cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Haz- daughtar, Charlotte, and Mr. Myrtis Perry of Mars Hill cam- lip, last weekend. I Davld Sturdivant of Natchez/inanity visited Mrs. Nina Star- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- r nnd Mrs James Theo visited their parents, Mr. and/divant Wednesday. hey Hazlip Sunday were Mr. and ...... " t and who writes an interesting!Fortson of Owensboro, Ken- Mrs. Tommm G. Sturdlvan, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt Mrs. Kenneth Petty and sons. account of family history or tacky, announce the engagement Sunday. . . and son, Tally Boy, and Mr. and Deron and Richard. of Crosby, incidents that happeened locally of their daughter, Miss Sally 1 Mr_ and. Mrs: Bobby Tins!ey Mrs. Steve Hayes and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Springs and during tinct period of history. Bathe Fortson, to Mr. Adolph and daughter, watch, u a, Kristi, of Baton Rouge spent the Danny and Angella of Meadville, At a subsequent executive Wettlin T, reppendahl, junior, visited her prents, Mr. and Mrs. weekend here and visited their and Mrs. Norma Locke and chil- committee meeting it was de- son of Mr. Adolph Wettlin Trep- I Joe Matnls, unoay. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie dren of Clayton, La. cided to confer the Woodville!pendahl and the ]ate Mrs. Trep-] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayman Hazlip, Sunday. i has returned Sympathy is extended to the pendahl of WoodvLlle. I ' i scholarship upon Beth Leake. I of Gilbert La., and Mr. and Mrs. Emma Pexry who won the competition at the Miss Fortson is the grand- Mrs. Wayne Jones of Liberty to her home after spending soy- family of Mrs. Lydia Longmire, close of the last school year. daHghter of Mrs. L. Theodore I visited their mother, Mrs. Louise oral days in Natchez with her who died Friday. The Ccntreville A c a d e m y Fortson and the late Mr. Fo.rt- ]Lngmi're' Sunday ............................... scholarship contest will take son of Meridian and of Mrs.- We are sorry to report that IJLIJJ I I llllll place immediately and qualified Scale Bathe of Gloater and the Mr. Bryant Forman is a patient way to A. H. Robins' Richmond colonial capital of Virginia. students are asked to obtain late Mr. Louis Glazier Bathe of in Field Memorial Hospital in :-- a new ' . d attle u,rters next week. He and In addition to visiting Rich- blanks from their school or Chicago, Illinois. Miss Fortson Centreville and we wish him a \\; Catchings plan to leave on mond, the award winners will from Miss Kathleen O'Fallon, was graduated from Owensboro speedYMr, andreavarY'Mrs. M. R. Greer of ' eworm c be featured in a special full- historian for the Wilkinson Senic,r High School and at- ......................... n ............................................... . hvard - winning pharmacists page ad vertisement which A. H. County Chapter. teBloomington,nded I n d  aindiana,n a UniversitY,where Vidalia,Mr. GeorgeLa" Oreer,Vislted hiSand father,Mrs.  i 0ra each of the United States, Robins will sponsor in the Oc- Following the UDC meeting, .,..r,,,,,,t ! new e District of Columbia, Puerto tabor 8 issue of Time Magazine. Mrs. Gross and hex daughter, she majored in Lhcatre and was reer and a host of relatives ....... "uC0, and the provinces of Can_ The ad will include photographs Jeamle, invited their gue sis t0 ' member f Pi Bta Phi sOcial Sunday'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rymer no :TRAMISO a have been invited to visit of all the ,recipients and indi- partake of various home made sorority. .!Chmond for three days begin- cute that they have been cited cake slices and to confect an Mr. Treppendahl is the grand- and children of Sumrall, Mr. and Mrs. William Rymer and  evami01e pf0sphale alllg October 7. They will be for outstanding service to their individual banana split from son of the late M.r..and MrS. lchildren, and Mr. Baxney Rymer  ........................... INJECTABt.E SOLUTION ests of he pharmaceutiil s respective communities, many flavors of ice cream, many i Carl Marius Treppendahl Of ivisited their parents, Mr. and tanufacturing firm and The "Bowl of Hygeia" Award attractive toppings, nuts, chef- Woodville and of the late Mr. Mrs. Gordon Rymer, Sunday. ]'he fftOSt uffe;lJV 'vorn]er you cart ue carl r)m' ' 1 chairman, E. Claiborne is presented annually by the ries. and whipped cream. Coffee and Mrs. Lawrence Thomason We are sorry to report that bemiet:td.a,dti'saseasytouwesl,?.3 bins. participating state pharmaceu- was served to complete the re-tyers of Aransas Pass Texas. Mr. Curtiss Hazard is a patient 1: Dole: 2 c, pet cwt, hlle in Virginia, the phar- tical associations, freshments.--Reporter. Mr. Treppendahl was graduated in Field Memorial Hospital in !2. Pull Ihet|gger from Woodvllle High School and Centrevllle. We wish him a received the Bachelor of Bust- , hess Administration degree from rapid recovery. ) 1 Mr. and Mrs. Walton Arnold the University of Mississippi, of Gloater and Mr. and Mrs. PLACE | woro he was a member of the Monette Jackson visited Mr. and igigl Order of Kappa Alpha social Mrs. Alton Harvester Sunday. IS fraternity. He is presently asso- Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant WOODVILLE FEED COMPANY IHIS ciated in business with C. M. of Natchez and Mrs. Tommie Treppendahl and Sons, Inc., in Sturdivant attended the North- Phone 888-5461 Woodville. western - Southeasrn football The wedding will be salem-  ........ . -= - ,, game m Natchitches, La., Sat- Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, OCT. 4-6 nized in First Baptist Church. urday afternoon. vember 24. and son, Eugene, of Glenwood. Arkansas, waited their parents, *" Community Mars Hill News Mr. Lucien Murray and Mr. and $!1 000 Mrs. Sam Tarver of Gloater, the COFFEE, lb. 89c Sunday viaitors to Mr. and )ast weekend, r-tom $100 to 1 Mrs. Walter Cavin were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and Charles :hild,ren. Richard, Jr.. Ronda, Hormel Best Hunter's Choice and Wanda of Baton Rouge, M,r. and Roxia. of Baton Rouge ws- Bill Consolidating Loans Round Steak ! DOG FOOD, 25 Jbs $3 59 and Mrs. Russel Ford of Wood- ited her brother-in-law and ville. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby John- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For- Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As son. Mr. Pharoah Perry, Mr. man, Jr., Saturday. Much As  to V and Sometimes Even More. I. Ross Pritchard. M,r. Steve Cox, Mrs. Graver Day visited Mr. | lb. | Twin Pack Aurora and Mr. Syd Nettles. and Mra. Early Durham "in Mrs, Mattie Whitehead and Jack0n and will visit Mr. and -- Free COUNSELING SERVICE -- k_ $129 4 TISSUE 3for93c daughter, Mrs. PaulCothren, of Mrs. Bobby Joseph in Natchez Natchez visited Mrs. Jennie before returning home. Call Or Stop By Our Office Arnold Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lynn McKlemuxry moved -" Recent guests in the Walter to Fayette Saturday. Wood ille Fi ! Hunt's No. 303 cavin home were M,r. and Mrs. (Too late for last week) V nance, nc. TOMATOES 2 for 51c Mitci00ell Lee Perry and children Mr. and Mrs. Mlei00ae00 G00er of Rosetta and Mr. and Mrs. visited his parents, Mr. d Depot Street Phone 888-2011 Clyde Nettles and Gayle, Flor- Mrs. M. R. Greet, in Vidalia, La., once and Randy Nettles and a Sunday. Hunt's 14 oz. friend. ] Mr. and Mrs. James Roy For- 16 oz. Mr. and Mrs. James Ashley of man of Simmesport, La., visited COFFEE MATE 79c CATSUP 2 for 59c Ridgecrest, La., were Sundayhis uncl e and aunt and grand- ATTENTION ! ! ! guests of his parents, Mr. and. mother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul For- Mrs. Bob Ashley man, Sr.. and Mrs. Roddis For- Mr. Louis Arnold visited Mr. man, Sunday. High School and College Girls ,-f =uc.e00 00u.r. h00.o. .ooor00 Diamond 18" Heavy Duty FOIL 42c Peeled & Cleaned lll 22oz. Faultless fhR Mp:l  "' Murxay and family Sunday. Mrs. Grace Haney is now at Mr. Larry Dickerson of Natch- home recuperating from a re- ez spent Saturday with his cent illness. Come in and Register for Fall Outfit to be grandmother. Mrs. Sallie Cavin. We welcome Mr. and and Sunday guests were Mr. and Lester Denham to our comma- Mrs. Russel Ford of Woodville. nity. given away on November 1st. You do not I ]  have to buy to register and you do not have SPRAY STARCH 63c 9 oz. bag IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT McCormick Chicken $1 9 CAN YOU AVOID IT??? to be present to win. You probably can't AFFORD surprise Drawing will be November I st orPotRoast Medical Costs * * But you CAN avoid 1 C SEASONING BAG 31c Surprise Medical Costs!   Let your Prudential representative show  you this personalized way to help protect ;i. ,- ,! Ill[ I//t1001[1 SIIA1t your Family'sFINANCIAL. Health. --7 125 Jefferson Davis Blvd. - Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 FOSTER INSURANCE AGENCY Natchez   Commercial Row Woodville, Ms. 39669 I III II I