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Fr;daj___00 October 26, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, MisslssippJ IRWIN RUSSELL CLUB MEETS AT KEE RANCH The Irwin Russell Club met at the home of Mrs. E. M. Kee nePrlday, October 19, with fif- n members and five guests 9resent The guests were Mrs. B. E. Field and Mrs. C. C. Ger- many of Centreville, Mrs. E. M. e, Jr., Mrs. John Hewes, and ,,rs. O. B. Beverly. There being no old or new the program chairman the guest speaker, Field, owner of "Little which 'is now in its Year of existence. BUFFET SUPPER AT ELSINORE HONORS WETTLIN TREPPENDAIIL Mr. Wettlin Treppendhl was honored at a buffet supper on Saturday evening, October 20, at Elsinore, home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr. The engagement of Mr. Trep- pendahl and Miss Sally Fartson, of Owensbor,o, Kentucky, was recently announced by her par- ents. The wedding will be solem- nized on November 24 in Owens- borG, and since no invitations Mrs Field chose as her sub are being sent loca:lly, friends !ct, 'Fa-' , , o -land relatives are being invited snl.ons,' always a .ias- , .. . ........... I to attend througn u]is meoium. ,,* uojecL so ne lemlnlne I • . She had ,usi t returnedl Mrs. Treppendahl, asisted by the Apparel Mart in Dallas, I her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Robin- ;, and ,was qualified to pro-]son of Jackson, and her daugh- the newest of fashions to/ter-in-law, Mrs. Carl M. Trep- SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS YOUNG and ten thousand lines of we,re shown at this lab- mart which is under the of the American Fash- ASsociation, the largest in 'World• Salesmen from 'all the entire world attend showings in Dallas every '. he Pointed out that the new Zhions are soft and feminine, :r at Whatever length you ire. Pants suits are still good, belts vith large buckles, 't  he heavy chunky shoes .are ,,,'" Evenin wear emphasizes and s00quins. The coming .' ag wear will be simple and hlSticated, featuring nubby : lured fabrics, and prints It( , ,, ,is 'will be higher and hair l 'a otiose to the head In sum- lg up, Mrs. Field said that tl Style determines clothes v e, the conclusion of this very program the host- served her guests buffet from a most attractive of party fare• The table centered with an artistic of mixed, ,chxysan- which also adorned room as well• next meeting will be held ental lanterns, and candlelight. A glowing Halloween jack-o'- SItOWER ItONORS l a practicing physician in Wood- I ville for the past fo,rty-eight RECENT BRIDE lyears' was complimented on Mrs. F,red Netterville, Mrs. ITuesday at noon with an im- Ned Cavin, Mrs. Dunbar Me-;promptu surprise birthday party Curley, and Mrs. Bernard Waites given by members of the staff honored Mrs. Frank Selman, the at Catchings Clinic• Shown former Carol Ads Smith, with standing by the honqree and a miscellaneous bridal shower his birthday cake are, left to on Saturday, October 20, at the right, Mrs. Olivia Stutzman, Waites borne. Mrs. Martha Davis, Miss Peter Hands.ome arrangements of Audrey Trask, and Dr. L. J. :Owens• Immediate family mem- eager listeners. Between ldendahl, III, of Natchez, re- ceived on the patio which was roses and dahlias ,were used ,as her- joined them at the clinic lighted with tiki torches, ori-decoratiOnIn the diningthr°ugh°Utroom thethehome.!re_ f'.^" a "Happy Birthday" song freshment table was covered,aria best wishes. ' Page 3 SELMAN-SMITH RITES I UP TO DATE Sessions; quiz kids, Melanie Ard, Peggy Smith, James Smith and SAID IN ALABAMA I WITH WCCA Rene Davis; Indians, Ray Miss Carol Ads Smith became Brown, Cecil Sturgeon, Hope the bride of Frank Selman, son1 The WCCA Homecoming game Smith, Dottle Butler, and Shar- of D,r. and Mrs. Frank L. Selman will be played on October 26 lone Davis; Columbus, Sam of Fairhope, Alabama, in an against Liberty• The Homecom- D'Aquila; John Smith, Tlmmy , ,. afternoon ceremony on October ing parade will begin at 2:15 Bonnette; Pocahontas, Joy Pat- 13 at the First Baptist Church that aftern,oon. Homecoming ac- rick; Geo,rge Washington, Glen ....  in Fairhope. The bride is the tivities will begin at 6:30 on the Watson; Betsy Ross, Gloria , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- football field, where the Home- Lanehart; An d r ew Jackson, crick Leroy Smith of Woodvllle. coming King and Queen, Scott Leigh Martens; James Dickin- Mr. Bernard Waites of Wood- Percy and Cissy Jackson, will be son, Jim Randall; Daniel Boone, 17 ville officiated at the double ,crowned. Lords and Ladies of Overton Nicholas; Becky Lan- !t ring ceremony before an altar their cou,rt who will be pro- ders, Stacey Ferguson; Abe Lin- setting flanked with baskets of sented are: Mike Faust and coln, John McCraine; Jefferson ., white gladioli. Piano selections Renee Ryan, seniors; Kirk Davls, Melvin Phenix; Varina /I1!!t were played by Mrs. Alan Wil- Smith and Brenda Daniel, jun- Howell Davis, Julie Flaccomia; liams, aunt of the bride• iors; Ray Walker and Betty 'Clara Barton, Suzanne Wilker- t ttl The bride, given in marriage Perry, sophomores; Charlie Net- son; Helen Kelle,r, Megan Miller; by her father, wore a long- terville and Laura Splllman, Anne Sullivan, Mary Brock• Mr. freshmen; Bobby Weller and tWaddell wishes to thank a41 of sleeved gown of white nylon Mary Ellen Beard, eighth grade; the mothers who made authen- Dr. Charles Evan Catchings, dotted swiss over white taffeta. The dress was fashioned with Talmadge Wright and Debbie tic - looking costumes which an empire bodice which lea- Wheeler, seventh grade; Glen helped the play to be a great Ray Whetstone and Trina Davis ,success. tured a high ring neckline ac- cented with lace and velvet sPecial education; Lewis Stur- On Thursday, October 18, the • , hl:[ 'sgleth g/d ::;%.onMnge Woodvllle Poe Woes beat the [[lbb°mn,'edatd e bottdeePof ru e; r top-ranked Clinton Poe Woes kirt. Her chapel-length veil of I jS:hnanMecrMarteen:ndfn h :Jr d - 26-16 in a very go,a,d game. On illusion was bordered with lace ......... the first play from scrimmage ana .... riooon repeaino the de'ail i mons, zourn graue;, tJan. warn- for Woodville, Brad Dale scare- • er and Mary D Aquflla, third pored through the line for a of her gown• She carned a bou- grade; David Whle and IAz Score. The point-after was good quet of white chrysanthemums Ventress, second grade; Wax- with Butch Nettles going centered with white rose buds. ren Reed and Sh:aron Ragsdale, through the line for a score. Miss Judy Linskey of Drew ft,rst 'grade. The football sweet- The score was 8-0 at the half. was maid of honor. She wore heart, Rebble Rosso, and Mr. Then West Dawson scored on a gown of plnk cotton designed and Miss Elementary, Lee White a play ar,und right end. PAT with an empire bodice trimmed and Laura Ann Inman, will also was no good. Clinton scored and We join his host of other with ruffles and with a deep be presented, made the extra point for 14-8. friends in wishing many, many ruffle at the bottom of the happy retu,rns to "Dr. Charlie," softly gathered skirt• She car- The Homecomhg dance, fea- West Dawson and Alan Ryan whose sparkling eyes, bright ried a large white ch,rysanthe- turing the Black-Eyed Susans, added wo more touchdowns smile, jolly whistle, and light mum. I will begin at ten o'clock and with no extra points. Clinton step belie his seventy-five years. Mr. Eddie Hamlin of Her-I last until one o'clock. Admission scored on a pass play and made [is $1•75 per person and $3.00 per the extra point to end the nando attended Mr. Selman as I couple, soorlng. LE MARDI CLUB MEETS best man. Ushers for the occa- WITH MRS. GEO. MARTENS siGn were Mr. Bob Mitchell of l On October 31, Halloween --- Raleigh, North Carolina, andlnig ht, at 7:30 p.m., there will S Hill Le Mardi Club met on Tues- Mr. Frederick Lexoy Smith, Jr., Ibe a Halloween Carnival in the Mar News day afternoon, October 16, in of Woodville, brother of the WCCA gymnatorlum. Admission the lovely home of Mrs. George bride, will be twenty-five cents. Dif- Sunday guests of Mr. and Martens with nineteen members For her daughtex's wedding, fe,rent activities will be: a cake Mrs. Verlis Perry were Mr. and and two guests present. Guests Mrs. Smith chose a two-piece walk, bingo, horror house, apple Mrs. Morris Jack, son and daugh- were Mrs. George Gonda and beige dress accented with light d'unklng, jail, candy guessing, ter and their son and wife from Mrs. David Bxamette. and dark brown accessories. Mrs. wooer bmlloon throw, fortune Zachary, La. The president, Mrs. Don Selman, mother of the bride- telling, country store, fishing, Mr. and Mrs. Cha.rles Wes- Walsh, called the meeting to groom, wore a peach colored knit matchboxes, ring toss, basket- berry and Mrs. Joe Knight from order and welcomed the mem- dress with long full seeves, ball throw, pony rides, football Texas spent a few days last hers and guests. The roll was Mrs. Russell Smith of Crosby, throw, and dart balloons. All with with their sister, Mrs. called and the minutes of the grandmother of the bride, so- proceeds will go to the school Tommy Day. September meeting were read by lected a long-sleeved blue knit lihrary and the publication of Mr and Mrs. Sydney Decker the secretary, Mrs. Harvey dress accented with an attrae- the annual. Come and .have fun!l^ o_,  , ÷ the annual Hot dogs will be IU" ,., ............................ - head of Natchez, and M, rs. Jen- Locke. tire white necklace. Each wore • sold by the Booster Club Come I There being no business the a corsage fashioned of sma21 • nie Arn,old spent the d,ay last meeting was turned over to Mrs. chrysanthemums, and have fun[ Tuesday with Mrs. Florence Julius Carter, program chairman Reception On Thursday, October i8, at Cavin, that being her birthday. for the afternoon. She showed A reception was held in %he activity period, the Senior Y- fellowship hall of the church Teens entertained the Junior Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold I were Sunday evening guests of following the ceremony. Miss Y-Teens with a party given in Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Smith Saronna Selman, sister of the the cafeteria. Klm McGraw was in Kingston. Other gtiests were the chairman and was assisted lr. and Mrs. Michel Smith and by %he following girls: .Vickie I baby. McOehee, Frances Wilkinson. bridegroom, presided at the guest ,register. The bride's table was covered with a hand-crocheted table- cloth from the Philippine Is- lands ,overlaying a cloth of gold linen• Centering the table was a bridal figure with a bouquet of Mr. Lincoln xoses flanked by silver candelabra. Mrs. McCurley served punch from a crystal bowl, and Mrs. Charles Fairchild presided at the silver coffee service. Refreshments also in- cluded cake served by Mrs. Cavin and mints made by Mrs, McCurley's mother• Miss Claudia Netterville and Miss Lourelia Waites assisted the hostesses in serving the guests• About forty-five guests, friends and relatives of the bride, attended the delightful pary. Out-of-town guests included Bernice Geter of Baton Rouge, Mrs. Charles Fairchild of DeRidder. Louisiana, Mrs. Dave Scherbarth of Pensacola, lantern peered througl] a py,ra- mid of tropical plantings. Al- fresco refreshments were served. Centered on the table in. the back paneled living room, over- looking the garden, was an interesting doll collection gath- ered by the hosts on recent trips. A buffet supper was served in the dining room from a table displaying art objects from Greece, Japan and Israel, sur- rounding an Oriental magnolia and bird arrangement flanked by silver candlesticks• Fifty guests enjoyed the evening meal. A gift in their chosen silver pattern was presented the honoree. Out-of-town family members who came especially to honor Mr. Treppendahl included Mx. and Mrs. E. B. Robinson of Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, III. of Natchez, Florida, and Mrs. Wade Ham- and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford mack of Vicksburg. of New Orleans. slides and gave a travelogue of Mr. and Mrs. G.. L, Morris, Jr., a Club South of the Border of Jackson were weekend visitors her 'ent %rip to Eu,rope Join- with Mrs. T. M. Bryan as hostess, hexe in the home of his parents, ing her on this tour were Mr. .......... Carter and Misses Diane and Melinda Carter. Flying out of Jackson with a party of Shriners Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, OCT. 25-27 29c they met a lrge group of tour- with a green cloth accented lsts in New York and were with dark green velvet bows joined by their tour guides of and held the th,ree-tiered wed- the American International Tour ding cake. The cake was iced in Service. After a stopover in Ice- land they flew to the heart of Europe .and began their tour in Germany. Touring Germany, Austria. Switzerland, Italy, and France the group was privileged to see breathtaking scenery, m an y' beautiful buildingv, 19vely farms and large cities o:the Old Wrld. Points of intest included in white with pink and green trim and was ,topped with a minia- ture bride and groom• The cake was cu and served 'by Mrs. Alan Williams. Miss Spring Selman, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Linda Smith, sister of the bride, .presided at the e,rystal punch service. The table also featured nuts and rain,to and held a bouquet ,of yellow daisies. Mrs. Crter's prdsentation were the old city of Munich in Ger- many; the gaily colored onion- top towers which are peculiar For their wedding trip to Florida, the bride changed into a two-piece blue knit suit and pinned the rose buds from her 2 roll to the Bavarian architecture; bridal bouquet to the jacket. l  AURORA TISSUE 2"65c the May P°les °ftheMay'Day The e°uple will be at h°me Festivals; the Olympic Staclium in Starkville where they are lb. and the Olympi Village; the students at Mississippi State • • ....... Alpine. chalets; te, city ,°f Salz- University. Mr. Selman will burg m Austria; ,.I-Ittlers head- graduate in December. quarters, now owfled by Harvard Out-Of-Town Guests Duncan Hines (Mix or Match) UniversitY'; the Salzburg Fort; Out-of-town guests for the ozart's Museum; the vineyards ceremony were Mr. Edward CAKE MIX 2 for 89c of Switzerland; Geneva, the Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. home of the U.4 Lake Geneva: Hammack of Woodvllle, Mr. and home of Lord Byron; castle of Mrs. Dave Seherbarth of Pensa- HUnter's Choice DOG FOOD 25 lb. $3.65 Vegall No. 303 Mixed VEGETABLES 25c THE Chillon; and the. Swiss Alps and its ski slopes and ski chalets. In a most charming manner Mrs. Carter captivated her au- dience with a detailed descrip- tion of these and many other poln.ts of interest• At the con- clusion of her talk she displayed some mementoes and souvenirs of her trip including china, pottery, wollen sweaters, jackets, linen cloths and a Swiss cuckoo clock. '' After the program the hos.te,ss served a delicious party plate of chicken salad, crackers..cheese straws, black bottom pie and iced tea. The next meeting of Le Mardi Club will be on No'comber fi at South of the Border with Mrs. Leonaxd B. Stockett, hostess. UMW SUBDISTRICT MEETS IN GLOSTER The Southwestern Stfi-Dis- trict meeting, of the nlted Methodist Wffmen Of the'ook- haven Dlstric as held a:''ed- nesday, October 'l,:,at their.GiGs - ter United M.:ethodisti, Chtdh at 2 p.m. ':,! Attending the meetin from Woodvllle were. Mrs. J. N*.]Miller, Mrs. Allen Wood, 'Mrs.-g. M. cola, Florida, Mr. Seymour Car- ter and daughter of Jackson, and Mrs. Be.rnard Waites, Lou- relic. LaDonna. and Van Waites of Woodville Rehearsal Supper Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Selman entertained the wedding party and family members at a re- hearsal supper on F, riday eve- ning, October 12. The delicious menu served buffet style fea- tured roast and ham with corn, swee potatoes, z:ice and gravy, salad, and chocolate cake with tea and coffee. The table held a lovely arrangement of lilac blossoms with white candles on each side and was covered with an heLrloom hand-crocheted cloth made by the bridegroom's Jr., as grandmother. Mrs. Leisa Bates, .and Miss Joyce Andexson. The speaker for the afternoon was the new Cent.reville min- ister, the Rev. Stanley Landrum. During the business meeting, Mls Joyce Anderson was elected sub-district secretary- treasurer of the g,roup to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Sidney Joseph. Following the meeting deli- cious homemade pies .and coffee were served in the Fellowship 8esions, III, Mrs. A. A, Adair, a21. VARIETY SHA£11 Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Carmie and Liz Ker, r, Margery Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Calvert, Katharine Brown, Leisa Cavin Sunday were Miss Eliza- Geter, Lori Campbell, Ellen Sos- beth Cavln and Mrs. Russel Ford signs, Caress Simmons, and of Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. Betty Perry. Each Senior y_ Pharoah Perry and girls. Teen has chosen a li'ttle sister We extend our deep sympathy from the Junior Y-Teens. There o the family of Mrs. Georgia are fifty Senior Y-Teens and Murray of Rosetta, wh,o passed thirty Junior Y-Teens. away Sunday evening in Field Mr. Waddell's fourth grade iMemorial Hospital in Centre- presented a delightful play on- [vllle. May God bless you in your titled "Book Characters in Amer- [ sorrow. i can History" fo.r chapel last I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jefcoat and week. Television quiz kids at- Cynthia and Rex of Laurel spent tempted to guess the names of Saturday with her father, Mr.¢,] famous Americans through clues Louis Arnold. and Mrs. Arnold. and pantomimes provided. The Mr. Douglas Day of Natchez characters included: emcees, visited his parents, Mr. and Cindy Simmons and Andrew 'Mrs. Walter Day, on Sunday. THE MEN'S STORE Better Clothing For Men Featuring Famous Name Brands SUITS by Curlee, Clubmon, Saxony Hall and El Dorado SPORT COATS by Curlee, Hilton ,Club, Saxony Hall and El Dorado SLACKS by Farah, Curlee, Higgins and Levi JACKETS by Greco, McGregor and Farah DRESS SHIRTS by Arrow, McGregor and Career Club SWEATERS by Puritan, McGregor clnd Career Club Famous Brand TOP COATS, ALL LEATHER COATS, and Imrnitation LEATHER CLOTHES DRESS HATS by Resistol and Adams SHOES by Nunn Bush, Jarrnan and Douglas WRANGLER Western BOOTS, HATS, SHIRTS and SLACKS WORK and SPORT BOOTS by Red Wing---featuring the famous Irish Setter HUNTING BOOTS LOTIONS by Brut, Jade East and English Leather Shop Our Store for these Famous Name Men's Clothing THE MEN'S STORE Liberty, Miss. I Ill l I$ p