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October 19, 1973

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October 19, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 / ROGERS -DANIEL MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Daniel, Jr.. of St. Francisville Louisiana. announce the marriage of theicr daughter. arah Rebecca. to Mr. Richard Rogers. son of Mr. and I Mrs. Clifton Rogers of Centre- ; JUNIOR I. R. CLUB IRWIN RUSSELL CLUB [ville. The ceremony was held on IIF.ETS AT KEE RANCH BEGINS NEW YEAR [September 8bh at the home of !the bride with the Rev. Jesse 'Seventeen members .of the The Irwin Russell Club held Means officiating. JUnior Irwin Russell Club met its first meeting fox this season The bride wore a short white ajt the home of Mrs. E. M. Kee. in the home of Mrs. Elias Tol- dress and carried a white orchid r., on October 12 .for the first bert with seventeen members mounted on a Bible carried by eetlng of the new club year. and two guests present. The her mother at her wedding t'Mrs' Kee president, opened president, Mrs. Ben S. Jones, Her only atten.dant, her sister,  e meeting by welcoming all welcomed the club's five new Mrs. Brant Casford. wore a s,hort : embers and especially the two members. Mrs. W. W. Brand, on. blue costume and carried yellow eW members. rs. Robert Mrs. Paul Frankenberger, Mrs. roses. atehings and Mrs. Jennings John W. Day, Mrs W. F. Rosen- The groom's father was best 0ens. blurt, and Mrs. W. L. Neyland, man. h number of items of business and the Lwo guests were Mrs. i discussed. A decision was George Edward Dooley and Mrs. After the ceremony a recep- to enter a float in the Harry Cameron. Punchtin WaSwasheldservedin thebyfamilYthe groom'srm" .. , : Stmas parade on November Afte,r a short business sessmn sister. Mrs. Ray Anders of Jack- k main order of business the program chairman. Mrs. the ,resentation of recom- Tolbert. presented her grand- son. Cutting and erving the ,,,LI,, 9' for revisions of the daughter. Mrs. Doolcy, as her aunt.bride'SMrs.CakepelWaspharesthe ofgrm'Swood- ',"li  and by-laws. These guest peaker. who reviewed the ion are to be voted book, "Future Shock" by Alvan ville. At the guest register was ,i at the next meeting. Toffl,r. Mrs. Dc31ey gave a the bride's aunt, MrS. James brilliant review of a most fas- Bourgeois of Baton Rouge. a,The President called lhe club's cinating book ,whiqh deals with The bride and groom are at 6ention to the fact that the lub would celebrate its 25th the of man's existence home m Centreville. aalversary in October of 1974 on this earth and how he has h asked that each member be tried to adapt himself to the MRS. J. M. LESSLEY king of appropriate ways in constant change and work ou el to celebrate the anniver- some strategy for survival. IS IIOSTESS FOR ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ,,e[} We live at such a fast pace FORT ADAMS CLUB and "Future Shock" is the hu- k the business ses- members were invited man response to an .over stim- The Fort Adams Woman's . L. the dining room. The din- ulated world. Club met at the home of Mrs.  ................. ill Mrs. Dooley spoke with such j. M. Lesley on October 10th featufed a .f.iendly ease and knowledge on the sub- with fourteen members present Mr. and Mrs. David Street of a nestled in an ar- of colorful marigolds ject that her listene,rs were and four guests, Mrs. Margie Edem announce the engagement ar mares. The members en- fascinated with the context of I White, Mrs. James Falkenheiner, of their daughter, Marianne, to a 'party plate featuring the book. Mrs. William Brock, and Mrs. James Harvey Knighton, son of!the third annal runion of croquettes, artichoke At the close of this program W. H.ubbs of Patmos Ranch Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Hollisl the Leake and Cavin families. a and peach parfait, the entire group was seated at After a short business session, Knighton of Cen'teville. iDue to the rain, the crowd was t The next meeting of the club the lovely banquet table in the Mrs. Wm F. losenblatt, p,ro- The wedding vill be a De- la:but seventy-five ueheduled for Thursday, Oc- dining room. The enormous gram chairman, presented Mrs. comber 22 event Kt eleven o'clock Mrs. Emily Geter was the only e 25 at the ,home of Mrs. centerpiece ,of colorful fall White. who gave a delightful in the morning at the Eden child present from the Alex B. t TM Bramlette with Mrs. flowers created the setting for program on gifts, ornaments Baptist Church ]Leake family, with two of her alette and Mrs Charles a delicious of tomato I and C h ri stm as decorations Miss St}reef is the grand- children, Leo Otter of Woodville "etstone as hostesses, aspic salad, stuffed crabs. rsp- which can easily be made and berry sherbet, assorted candies lwhich are both useful and at- and coffee, tractive. She howed a number UIW MEMBERS HEAR The next meeting will be in of slides of the Christmas Cre- a senior at Manchester Acedemy children and great-great-grand- ALK ON INDIA the home of Mrs. E. M. Kee. ative Workshop held last year where she is a member of the children from both sides of the in Natchez at which Club Pres- school band and s a majorette, f,amilies. ,.The Morning Circle of recent missionary visit to India. ident Marie Inman was a dis- 0al ted Methodist Women the Mr. Knighton 1 the grand- Those who did not attend met Guests for the meeting in- tinguished contri'buting artist, son of the late .Mr. and Mrs. mised a delicious dinner and 'TUesday at the home cf Mrs. cluded Mesdames Marshall Trep- All present were urged to at- Harvey L. Shults of Cen.tre- plenty of good fellowship. We ,lle Wood. penda.hl, Clay B. Tucker, W. J. tend the workshop t.his year on ville and of Mrs. Robert James all returned .home looking for- Program chaicman, Mrs. Miller. Marshall Lumpkin, and November 26th. Knighton and the lat Mr. ward to the second Sunday in presented Bro Ber- A. J. Cla'k. After this, most timely ,p,r,o- Knighton, also of elrkeville. October, 1974 when we will pastor of Corinth Foll,wing the interesting pro- gram, Mrs. Lessley served a de- A graduate of CentrcWl2e Acad- meet again at Duncan Park in of Christ, who gave a gram, Mrs. Wood served spiced licious dessert plate and an en- emy, the prospective bridegroom Natchez. -- Reporter w, ith colored slides on his coffee cake ,with tea and coffee, joyable social hour followed( is now a .senior at Mississippi ..... College in Clinton. He has been and visited 'friends and .rela- a member of the college base- tires. :ii!!..';:.':....    ball team for three years. Mr. Carrol Ray Huff of Nateh- . , .... ::.:::::;:.,.,;::,R.,:,.;,,K ,-LY FA\\;'wY [ez spen the day Saturday with :k,...,..::,$::G.:,;;i..i:.: v,/1 , .,.;, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders and ., G ,'.(:,*.i.,..'::!$ .,:.!.:L ,//,i ._,....,.,../ Perr own News did some h-outing.  '.i...',: . :'i . i- }f Mrs. Pha,roah Perry and M C Dr. and Mrs. Elwyn Cavin of daughters attended a surprise -.,, ." Lake Charles, La., visited their birthday party honoring her portents, Mr..and Mrs. E. F. mother, Mrs. Florence Cavin, in Caving last weekend, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mot- Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Oct. 18-20 Mrs. Mary Anders pent the iris Nettles on Silver Creek Sun- day Wednesday with her son day. and daughter-in?law. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant ] 1/2 size Mrs. James Anders, .and family and children and Mr. Billy Stur-  in Natchez. divant of Natchez visited their Red Label KARO 41c We send get well wishes to mother, Mrs. Nina Sturdivant Mr. Micky Perry, who is a pa-ISaturday.  Hormel Best "i. tientlnFieldMemorialospital Mr. ShadPerry, Jr., and sons in Centreville. Rodger and Stanley, and a  Mr. and M, rs. John Duggarlfriend, Steve Bass, of Natchez PURE PORK I  Hazlip anti. daughter of Hazle-[visited his mother, Mrs. Emma 20 OZ. burst spent the weekend here lPerry, Sunday. ' I SAUSAGE I HEINZ KETCHUP lb. , 45c i L $1.35 ,  Jim Dandy Quick or Regular "'-" " GRITS 5,bs. 65C "ro! $100 to.' 51000 Bill Consol,dat, ng Loans UP TO DATE Rosetta News WITH WCCA Mr Jackie Arnold of Baton Rouge visited his si,stcrs and On Tuesday, October 23, the their families, Mr. and Mrs. juniors may take the Prelimi- Alton Harvester and children nary Scholarship Aptitude Test/ and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferrebee, - National Me r it Scholarship Saturday. Test. The test will help students o assess their abiJity to do college work. evaluate their plans for college, and choose their senior year courses. It will give students expermnce wth timed tests made up of ,multiple- choice questions. Furthermore, taking the test is the first step necessary to be considered for scholarships administered by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. On Tuesday, October 9, the Woodville Poe Woes won what Coach Davls said was a "very important game" when they de- feated New Roads with a score cf 20 to 6. Butch Nettles started the scoring with a scoot around left end for 30 yards. PAT was no good. Brad Dale intercepted a screen pass and ran it back 50 yards for atd. PAT was made by Dale. Nettles got it going in the second half with the same play and went to paydirt. Coach Dudley Hopson and Coach Eddie Gerald Davis said the defense and offense 1.oked good and Nettles' running was superb. Woodville plays Clinton on Ram- bler Field on Tuesday night of this week. On Thursday, October 10, the WCCA Homemaking Department had the pleasure of a visit from home- economist Mrs. Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. George Greer visited her brother Mr. John Hauer, in Port Gibson Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Marvin Kilpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Kil- patrick and daughter of Port Gibson visited Mra. Louise Long- mire Sunday. Miss Cathy Forman visite ;her granfathe, Mr. Ebbie Wilkinson, in Gloster the past weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Walton Arnold of Gloster visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton Harvester Sunday. Mrs. France Breedlove and Mrs, Jessie Mae Speights and daughter. Darlene, motore to Jackson on Monday for Mrs. Speights to have a checkup at University Hospital, En roue they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. Ed Johnson in MeComb. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Williams and daughter. Lori, of Gonzales, La.. Mr. and Mrs. Lamry Denham and son. Bill. of Prairieville, La., and Mr. Billy Williams of Gon- zales visited their grandfather and aunts, Mr. D..N. Williams, Mrs. Frankie Breedlove. Mrs. Jessie Mac Se:pghts, and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, St., last weekend. Mrs. H. E. Smith visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. LEAKE-CAVIN REUNION Stamps of Mississippi Power & and Mrs. Tommie Smith, in Sunday, October 14. marked Light C,ompany. Mrs. Stamps Zachary, La.. Wednesday and gave various instructions on how Thursday and attended her to use the electric range effi- grandson's, Mike's, birthday ciently and economically. In her party. demonstration of economical, Me. and Mrs. Percy Trabeau. use she prepared "Spicy Rice '' Jr., and children, Grcg and in thirty minutes, using only Lynette. f rento, La.. Mr. eight minutes of electricity. Dickie Wall and Mr. Donald The gi:rls in the homemaking Cooper of Gonzales, La.. and Mr. classes feel that they have ben- Blair Lamendola of Baton Rouge daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. and Mary Ella Berry of Baton efitted greatly from her visit were .house guests of Mrs. France Frederick and of ,the late Mr. Rouge There were also plenty and thank her very much for Breedlove Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. L. B..Street. She is of grandchildren, great-grand- coming. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McCabe The Y-Teens are collecting and daughter, Kelly, of Alex- wrappers and labels from Kool- andria. La. visited their par- aid, Royal dessert. Welch's jam ents, Mrs. Lennie McCabe of or jelly jars, Ohock vltamins, Gloster and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blue Bonnet marg arine, and Forman, Sr.. the past weekend Dextyne and Trideent gum. and Mrs. McCabe and Kelly re- They will send these wrappers mained to visit her parents for to UNICEF. the United Nations a week. Children's Fund, where they will Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd be redeemed for money to buy land Charlotte of Natchez vis- food, medicine, and school sup- ited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. plies for needy children around Tommie G. Sturdivant, the paSt the w,orld . weekend. Last Thursday a few members Me. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer of the annual staff (feature and children. Allen, Robbie and editors and photographers} ac- Wanda. of Prairieville, La.. vis- companied the Who's Who win- ited ,his parents Saturday and ners to Rosedown for pictures. Sunday. Most of the pictures were taken Mr. and Mrs. John -McBeth in the gardens, but a few were and Miss Patricia McCurley of taken in the parlor, music room, Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Govan and Henry Clay's bedroom. On McCurley of Little Rock, Ark.. Friday the first shipment of visited their mother. Mrs. Helen pages was sent off for publI- McCurley, the past weekend. cation. We are sorry to say that Mr. Mitchell Perry s ,.a patient in Subscriptions for school year- Field Hospital. Mrs. Perry an books are being sold now. Con- tact Rhonda Ford, Rebbie Rosso, daughters are visiting her pr- !ents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mt- or Charlie Randall to buy. Each calfe, In Centreville. yearbook is priced at $5. Mrs, G. A. McCoy and cAll- On Wedn.esday afternoon of dren, Jeffrey and Laurie Ann, of last week, lVr. J. A. Nowell gave Jackson, La., visited her mother. an inspiring talk in chapel. He Mrs. Gecrge Greer, and Mr. reminded us that we are con- Greer Sunday. stonily building our personalities, by the attitudes we have toward! others. He told us t,hat we should I Miss Cathy Cavin of Natchez use our heads before we act, and Miss Glenda Allen of Baton and he gave us two examples Rouge visited Mrs. Nina Sturdi- of people's doing something] rant Sunday. drastic when they were n.ot well Mrs. Marion Seward of Vi- informed about a situation, dalia and 1Vr. and Mrs. D. T. Therefore, befece making a I Pritchard and children. Vickie. m,ove, a person should thinklTommy and Gerald, visited their the situation over and not jump Iparents. Mr. and' Mrs. Elvin to conclusions. IPerry, fo,r the weekend. 28 oz. 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