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y, October 12, 1973 PROGRAM GIVEN FOR V00DVILLE BAPTIST ,175TH ANNIVERSARY The program for the 175th celebration of the Baptist Church, which Vfil be observed here next Sun- Y, October 14, was announced this week as follows: EDUCATION SORORITY MEETS AT McCRAINE ItOME 1 Rho Chapter of the Delta/ Kappa Gamma Society met Sat- I urday, October 6, at the home i of Mrs. Nolan McCraine at eleven o'clock. Miss Lottie God- bold of Union Church and Miss , Srah Jensen were hostesses with Mrs. McCraine for this Morning Session first meeting for the 1973-74 Beginning 10 a.m. session. Fourteen members from Organ Prelude, Mr. Ted Bev- M e a d v i 1 I e, Natchez,'- Union MM, Cha,irman--Associate Church and Woodville .were of Applied Voice, Uni- Military School, Univer- cf Sou.th Alabama: Classic Young of Praise: "Forward the Ages," Mr. Phayes Director ripture and Prayer: Dr. K. Horton, Pastor 1928- Welcome: Mr. Enloe M. Kee, Jr, lecial Recognitions: Rev. 3, Beverly "Forward Through Ages," Mrs. Eddie Gerald Editor and Narrator; Mrs.. O. Trevillion, Direor; Clifford Wheeler, Mrs. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Depee, iVr. Jeffrey Hewes, , Offertory Hymn: "I Gave My lte for Thee" 0ffertory Mrs. Myron Wad- , Organist; Mrs. Kent Depee, nist Introduction of Speaker: Rev. Bev6rly "Forward Through Ages," Dr. David R. Grant, Mississippi Baptist and Blessing: Mr. O. Locke Mr. Ted Beverly, Up, O Men of God," Wil- Lunch: 12:00 ,to 1:30 p.m. 4fternoon,, Session 1:30 p.m. er rgani Prelude: Mr. Ted Bev- Y of Praise: "When the Is Called Up Yonder" and "Prayer nlonC'bf Qhurches and Rev O. B. Beverly of Speake, r: Mr. present. After the business meeting and a report on The South East Regional Conference by Miss Janice Calhoun, a de- ]iciou covered dish luncheon was served on the patio. BUFFALO HOMEMAKERS MEET WITIt MRS. SMITH The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and chil:lren of St. Francisville vis- ited her mother and sister, Mrs. Louise Day and Mrs. Charles Brabham, and Mr. Brabham Sunday. Mrs. Day returned home with them to visit for a week. Mrs. E. J. Welsh and grand- daughter, Miss Donna Merrill, and Mrs. Charles Welsh and daughter, April, of Baton Rouge and Mrs. James Livingston of Hammond, La., visited their mother, Mrs. Bob Keller, Satur- day. Mrs. T. A. Williams of Church Hill visited her ,father-in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. D. N. A very important part of the teacher-education program at the l Williams and Mrs. Jessie Mac University of Southern Mississippi - Natchez is to maintain a lSP eights, Saturday. Mr. Williams continuous counseling service which will help to guide students in 'lreturned to Church Hill with the proper selection of courses for their personal and professional her for a visit. development. Mrs. Shirley Walton, Coordinator of elementary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly education, checks over the program plan-teaching form of Carrie and children, Grog and Pare, of Ridgecrest, La., Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Whitehead, an elementary education major from Woodville, Mississippi, wing is completing plans for student teaching. Upon completion of her degree from USM - Natchez, Miss Whitehead will meet all requirements for Teacher Certification in the state of Mississippi. I LEAKE-CAVIN WCCA NEWS The B u f f al o Homemakers FAMILY REUNION Class officers for the 1973-74 Club met in the home of Mrs. The annual Leake-Cavin ram- rncy re sch---laYear ,,,, ohaVewbeen elected Dorothy Smith on Thurslay October 4, with seven members ily reunion will be held at  _ . " .... .... seniors: Tom wires, presl- and one vsxtor present The Duncan Park m Natchez on I ' dent' Cissy JacksOn, vice pres- president called th'e meeting to Sunday October 14. The de- ident; 'Renee Ryan, secretary; order and Mrs. Wanda Soileau! scendants being honored arelJeff Brown, treaSure:r; Ella gave the collect. ' " ......... n J the families of Alex B. LeakeI Ruth. Butler and Mike Faust, Tne neme Ior .ne meel g ' IeP0r-Le-r-s-:e "'Da't":eJUn'rnd:n;e'v P-rel washy" C rtatrVsi nChrstdn as: n ind/b ndk e ?tum cl y aCdvn j oyBthn g.f el- [ idea''were resented by various lowship, l,riends of the families/ident; Br ' , P - are also invited ident; Billie Ann Wilcox, secre- members of the group, including i gift wrapping, crocheted tree decorations and an apple tree. Mrs. Smith also showed slides of some of the booths presented at the program in Natchez la,st lear. The hostess invited her guests David Sturdivant and son, Da- vid, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd and daughter, Charlotte, of Natchez visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdi- vant, the past weekend Mr. Tommie Smith and ,son, Mike, of Zachary, La., visited his )arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Huff and children of Baton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., Sunday. We are sorry to report that Mrs. Geargie Murray is a pa- tient in Field Memorial Hospital Woodville CIVIC CLUB News tary; Bobby Jonson, treasurer; vice president; Billie Ann WiN Mark McGraw, Ellen Sessions, cox, secretary; Christine Davis WORKSIIOP ON LOCAL and Caress Simmons, reporters, treasurer; Beth Leake and Ca- IIISTORY SET IN Sophomores: Collins Hewes, ross Simmons, eeporters; Carmie president; Jody Jensen, vice Kerr, historian. NATCHEZ OCT. 13 president; Steve Ferguson, sec- Junior Y-Teen: Leah McGraw, We have ,been requested to retary; Ricky Lambert, treas- president; Lacy Curry, vice pres- announce t.hat a workshop for ttrer; Leigh Ann Bennett, Patsy ident; Susan Best, e,reasurer; Pace? The Civic Club began its third chairman, will coordinate the year with a well attended gen- ca.rling and .the general pro- oral membership meeting last Wednesday night, October 8. Several reports were made on club projects and plans were outlined for the next year. Woodville Civic Club, Inc. Thanks to the efforts of Dn- ald Walsh, Esq., the Civic Club s now chartered by the State of Mississippi, as Woodville Civic Club, Incorporated. 1973-74 Membership Mrs. Marshall T, reppendahl, who is heading the membemhip drive for this year, announced that the drive will be held dur- ing the next few weeks. Mem- bership cards are available at the Library (c/o Mrs. Treppen- dahl if by mall), the Woodville Paint Store, Cumbo's Frame Shop, and Town Hall. Dues will again be one dollar per person so if you haven't joined in the past please do so this year. Christmas Parade Mrs. Adolph Treppendahl re- ported on the parade plans for Friday, lovember 30, at 5:30 p.m. Several ,out of town bands in Centreville. We wish her a have been invited to participate but it is anticipated that Wood- son, presidedt; Phyllis Ashley, ville participants, particularly in the float area, will in,crease over last year. The club voted to awned a prize of $25 for the outstanding entry in the parade  to be selected by out of town judges Any merchant, club, group or office wishing to participate by entering a float is asked to nto the dining room where a Pritchard, and Candy Smith; Maria Ward, secretary; Caroline delicious party .plate and Cokes lthe use of state and local his tory to improve education in were served. Mississippi will be held at the C ........ I USM Natchez library on Satur- mIora wneemr I day, October 13, at 9 a.m. Mr. Message of Music Mr Ted ' : ". . I Melvin Bruss, president of the Beverly, Hymns o Chmstmn 1 ,, [ Homochitto Valley Historica Life, "The Lord Is My Light, I Society, will preside. All history Allisten 11 teachers, librarians and other Address: Honorable William I interested citizens of the area Winter, Lieutenant Governo'.r ofarel invited to,attend. Mississippi t Congregational Blessing Mrs. David Wayne Williams Postl,ade :. . . ...... and sn, Van, left Sunday to Reception: Church Recreation/visit her parents, M,r. and Mrs. Room. I Joe Bryant, in Ferriday, La. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, OCT. 11-13 reporters. Freshmen: Liz Wilcox, presi- dent; Kathy Ferguson, vice president; Renee Inman, score- racy; Wilbur Smith, treasurer; Jimmy Pharos and Laura Spill- man, reporters. Eighth Grade: Doll Netter- Catchings and Caren Simmons, reporters. Senior Y-Teen; Ellen Sessions, president; Linda Smith, vice president; Cyrena 3o Jenkins, secretary; Patti Metz, treasurer; Pebble Pohlmann and Caress Simmons, reporters. ville, president; Quenton Rags- The Y-Teens are selling three dale, vice president; Jan Jonson, I varietieS 'of'.tmer's candy. They secretary; Leah McGraw, treas-[have a large supply of candy urer; Lacy" Curry and. Ciren Simmons,, reporters. ' ." ClaSs Spnd0rs for the' Year are as follows: Seniors: 'Mrs. Ann Wheeler and Mrs. Annie Hartness; Juniors: Mrs. Julia Montfort and Mes. Nancy Walsh; Sophomores, Mrs. Alice Mc- Crain and Mr. Don Alonzo; Freshmen, Mrs. Victoria Bran- dum; Eighth Grade, Mrs. Becky Robertson; and Seventh Grade, Miss Sarah Jonson. Mrs. Trevillion's fifth grade presented a play on Wednesday, October 3. in the new gymna- torium Actoes in the play were: Andy Brondum Chris Canoed Bob Herrington. Laura Metz still on hand. Anyone wanting to buy some should contact a Y-Teer' or MiSs. Sarah Jonson. Proceeds will be used for various Y-Teen projects during the year. College Day for the juniors and seniors is scheduled for Monday, October 15. Representa- tives from colleges in Louisiana and Mississippi will be present to discuss their insti.tutions and to answer students' questions. The Woodville Pee Wees made a good showing last Monday please notify Mrs. Treppendahll of their intention. Tree Lighting Ceremony The annual tree lighting cer- emony will be held on Thursday Right, November 29, in antici- pation of the parade. Mrs. George Gonda, Special Events speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greer gram culminating with the lighting of the ,huge tree, do- nated by Miss Mary McGehee ' from Bowling Green Plantation. Christmas Decorations Many plans for decorations in town and on the highway were discussed at lc.ngth. Plans are being m a de to coordinate, through the Civic Club, the ef- forts of the town and many of the clubs who have expressezt an interest in, again getting Woodville decked out for the holidays. Highway Plantings A vote of appreciation was expressed for Mrs. George Gonda and Mrs. Glen Ray Whetstone, who have been ca,ring for the plantAngs on bt]e highway an, d devoting many hours of work on behalf of this Civic Club project. i Woodville Museum Of Southern Decorative Arts A brief report ,was made by Ernesto Caldeira, who expressed the ,hope that within the next month the purchase of the rail-- road office building for use as a museum would be made. One third of the necessary purchase price ha been, raised and it is i hoped Vhat in the next few months additional funds will be secured to enable work to bein on the building. Donors of one thousand dol- lars or more will be tmnorcd by having their name, or the name of a departed loved one, on a bronze founders plaque to be pe;rmanently affixed to the structure. Music Festival Several club members who attended he opening night of the Jackson Symphony featur- ing James Dick as the guest artist, reported his enthusiasm for Woodville and his apprecia- tion of the reception g.iven to him and his students la'st July. Woodvilltans in gene;ral were and daughter visited their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Greer. and Mr. and Mrs. 'B. Ware in very flattered by his profuse Vidalia, La. Mr. and Mrs. Greer remar!cs on Jackson television, attended the Louisiana Tech - notably on "Coffee Wit,h Judy," and were excited over his plans to bring the Jackson Symphony to Woodville next July for the second .annual mus4c festival. With Jimmy Dick Woodville maY yet become the Tanglewood of the South. " ii n i ,a LOANS Northern Arizona game in Rus- ton Saturday, returning home Sunday. Mr. Curtiss Havard, Jr., of Baton Rouge visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathis, Sunday. night, defeating Oak Forest of , ' ",' Amite 50-'0. Butch Nebtles scored first with a ten-yard run. The PAT was no good Nettles scored again on an interception with O,an, Ward rost of the c00ass SUPER SUDS 49c fcrmed the choruS. The fifth grade enjoyed presenting the do another one soon. The Juniors' first class project i 28 oz. Sun this year was a dance in the gymnatorium fea4ur ing the 5 lb. |' PINE OIL 57c Black-eyed Susans. It was held ' I afte the Woodville-Roxie game r on September 28. The dance was 79 a great success because of a large turnout and 'the good C - " 14 oz. Aerosol -----r_____ eess.band" TheirjuniorsCake. walk on Oc- tober 4 was also a complete suc- LYSOL sl.'zv The wtsh to thank everyone who came and espe- cially those who donated Various Holmes Sturgeon,  and Frank the PAT good that .time. West -- necessities such as drinks and cakes. Heavy Beef Dutch Ann The eighth gxade had a car ROUND STEAKS $1.19 PIE SHELLS 37c wash at Van Eaton Park on Sep- tember 22. They made about thirty dollars and wish to thank Dawson scored next on a pass from Bud Herrington, gain with the PAT good In the sec- ond half Brad Dale started the scoring with a 45-yard run around end. The PAT was good. Dawson scored again with a 65- yard punt return. This time the PAT was no good. Bobby Wes- berry caught a pass from Keith Smith and ran 18 yards for an- other score with no PAT. Alan Ryan made the final score with a 20-yard run. The PAT was good. Mrs. Marguerite Fords sixth grade class presented a patri- otic program in the gymnao- rlum. The name of the program was "This Is Our Country." The program reviewed our country's histcey by making speeches and singing many songs. Some of the songs were "America the Lea & Perrin Sauce 65c fMedium Grade EGGS 3V oz. Angel Flake | dozen | I ! COCONUT 69c 12 oz. Bakers CHOC. CHIPS 45c THE VARIETY SHACK blain Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888.4282 everyone who came. " i Beautiful," "God Bless America," The various clubs also elected J"Yankae Doodle," "Praise the officers recently, t Lord and Pass the Ammunition," "  r " "C m' Beta Club officers are: Ella[ T, ppera y, o mg 1 on a I " ,' " Ruth Butle,r, president; C,lssylWing and a Prayer, Revielle, Jackson, vice president, Susanland the Sta Spangled Banner." Smither, secretary; Pebble Wes-iThe program ended ,with a quo- berry, treasurer. J tation from the Bible, Micah 4 FHA officers ace: Cissy Jack-I verse 3. -- Class Reporter. IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT --CAN YOU AVOID IT??? 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