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November 2, 1973

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November 2, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page ? ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED am SUPPER FETES MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jennings and .... 1-en' McKey of Woodville announce M" lwrs. J. . oo [the marriage of their daughter, lss Mary mcue.nee ener-!Mary Jo to Roger Dale Nettles, at a delightful seafood lson of M'r and Mrs J B Nettles, at the Golden home last I elsie of Woodville.' ' ' night at which they Mr. Wettlin Treppen- The ceremony was solemnized and .his fiancee, Miss Sally on Saturday, Otober 20, at the of Owensboro, Ky. parsonage of the Woodville Bap- tist Church with the Rev. O. B. alfresco affair ,was held Beverly officiating. Attending Patio where some forty were immediate family members to enjoy a social and a few close friends, before supper. Hurricane led the way to' .the side and ,cast a soft glow over ST. PAUL'S ANNUAL area. bountiful seafood supper I HARVEST BAZAAR boiled crabs iced in a [ POSTPONED TItIS YEAR boiled shrimp, and catfish with .huh, The Episcopal Churchwomen and potato ,alad. Long of St. Faul's regret that they :?::::!i:::: tables where guests were will not be able to hold their :::!:i::::/ :: ..... were covered with red- annual Harvest Bazaar this cloths ,and were cen- yea,r. To their many friends in ::.,'?::: ./:::::"::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::L the surrounding area who have With garlands of ivy. The table was graced with customarily attended and de- arrangement of fern and pended on the bazaar for hell- fresh greenery, day gifts and goodies, the ladies ::: :::: :;: }:.: apologize and extend a hearty ::: !::',  !:',:!?:::: "::: Fortson chose for the welcome to Bzaar '74. i  ::::":::: :: :: a pink pants suit in short jacket style. She Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sim-I Treppendahl were pre- DENIS:E GONSOULIN.IS mons of Oaklon Drive, Baton and Mrs. W. A. Peele and the Rouge, announce the engage- late Mr. and Mrs. J. /k. Robert- a silver casserole as a MEMBER MSCW SWIM CLUB ment and forthcoming marrmge son of Gloster. their hosts. of their daughter, Karen Lee, Miss Denise Gonsoulin, daugh- P' HILL HMC MEETS teJr of Mr. and Mrs. Charle t,o George Hastings "Robbie" CURTIS LEAKE IS Robertson, Jr.. son of the sen'mr Gonsoulin of Woodville, was one Mr. and Mrs. Robertson of Con- HONORED ON HIS Mars Hill Homemakers of 23 new members inducted raet .at the home of Mrs. l in'to Bluefins. a sync.hronized treville. RECENT RETIREMENT Johnson for a work day swim club at Mississippi St,ate Douglas Avenue Baptiist quilted a beautif,ul quilt. ICollege for Women. Church in Baton Rouge will be Mr. Curtis Leake who has .... the setting for the wedding on retired after 38 years of service, raerabers were presen as i acn swimmer whig wants to December 15th at two o'clock was honored on Monday night four guests, Mrs. Myrtis become a part of Bluefins goes in the afternoon. Joyce Penry, Mrs. through a series of tryouts," i of this week at a steak supper and Mrs. Sherry [ explained Miss 'Ellen Jackson,] Miss Simmons was graduated at the Mid-Louisiana Gas ware- sponsor of the clubl "The cur- from Glen Oaks High School house in Natchez. door prize w,as w.on by lrentt members .attend the try-land Southeastern Louisiana] Mr. Locke was .presented a Perry. louts to decide if the gixls per- University, Hammond. She is Stetson hat and an envelope COVered .dish was brought] form well enough to be con- the granddaughter of Mrs. containing a letter of appreci- member and a delicious sidered for Bluefins."  James E. Gardner and, the late ation and a gift from his fellow Was enjoyed. I Bluefins was organized in' Mr. Gardner and of the late Mr. employees. Mr. ,William Mo,rris, November meeting will be 1968 for those interested in and Mrs. Ernest F. Simmons of preident, Mr. Dave McGehee, home of Mrs. Nina Stur- aquadic arts. The main project McComb. vice-president, and Mr. John orter of the org, anization is the an- Mr. Robrtson' was graduated Franklin, technical services su- I nual production of Aquacade, from the Liberty Attendance perintendent, w e r e featured l which this year is scheduled for Center and the University of spe'akers for the occasion. The and Mrs. John Dixon of t Novembc 30 -December 1 Mississippi. He is currently a hcnoree also gave a peech of 0rth, Texas, are expected : . I graduate assistant at South- acknowledgment. . weekend to spend a lMrs. Dixon is the former Miss l eastern Louisiana University. He Master Dana Moore of Baton with family members. Lottie Kaigler of Woodville. is the grandson of the late Mr. Rouge, Mr. Locke's oldest grand- son, accompanied his grand- father o the supper. ":':" ................... :  1' r !1 WITH WCCA "00Your best food buys are here! On Tuesday, October 23, the Beta Club had the privilege of . taking a trip with Brother Ber- Pr,ces Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, NOV. 1-3 nard Waites through the Holy Land via slides. Brother Waites and his wife had a personal AT ItAMPTON IIALL ! JR. I. R. CLUB MEETS I Hampton Hall, the stately| antebellum home of Mrs. Davidt Clay Bramlette, was the setting for the October 25th meeting of the Junior rwin Russell Club with Mrs. Bramlette and Mrs. Charles Whetstone as hostesses. Guests were greeted at the d, eor and were invited into the living room ,where a ,colorful arrangement of copper plant, photinia and sumac graced the mantel, bringing the splendor of fall inside. Noted in the hall was a lovely arrangement of silk flowers in which was mingled nandina and yew. Mrs. Enloe M. Kee, Jr., club president, called the meeting to order. The roll was checked and minutes of the previous meeting were read. Mrs. Kee re-read the .plcposed amended corstitutlon i::i:: ::. : i:i::i:!i:!:!:!i:!::!:::::!i::::i:::.::: as presented at the last meet- ing. On motion by Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion, seconded by Mrs. Fred Nettervllle .and caxried by majority vote, the amended con- :iii!:i:i::ili::!::!:i:!:i:i:: stitution was adopted. After the business session, the twenty club members present were joined by fifteen guests, Mesdames Maybelle Holt. John Day, Mark Curry, T. O. Sessions, Jr., William F. Rosenblatt. Paul Douglas Habig, Harvey Locke, John Brondum, Francis Bray, Richard Flaccomio. La merit Rowe', Gerge Mar.tens. Stephen Seal, Edwin Holt and Gerald Johnston. Mrs. H. Emerson Berryhill, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Johnston, who presented an interesting visual program "Slides of Wilkinson County Homes." Mrs. Johnston's your began with the 1973 Art Exhibit beneath the lovely and graceful Jefferson Davis Oak on the Court House Square. From there she took her viewers to the old Bank of Mississippi building, whose third floor was destroyed by fire many years ao, then to the Railroad Office Building, and, leaving the Square. to the lovely antebellum homes of Woodville, the historic churches and the quaint little Jewish Cemetery. Her slides included views of Rosemont prior to res- storatton and in its present stage of restoration. The mas- sive forlorn columns of Bowling Green were reminders of a mag- nificent era. The locale then moved to Centreville where Mrs. Johnston had filmed the. Henry Capell house, said to have been the first house constructed in "New Centreville." After seeing other interesting homes in Cen- treville the camera veered south to Holly Grove, their,,, west to Si2amrock Plantation at Whites- town. Next the way led to the Pond-Plnckneyville area where the earliest and probably most histo,rical buildings of the coun- ty are located. In the north- eastern portion of the county a WOOLITE 16 oz. $1.09 Community ,,,y ,^^a--onna:se COFFEE, lb. 89c 32 oz. I 83c 1 2 oz. McCormick VANILLA EXTRACT 45c 303 Autocrat Jim Dandy Reg. or Quick 00RITS, 5 Ibs. 65c 2 oz. Sweet Gherkin AINBOW PICKLES Petit Pois PEAS 35c BRYAN BACON lb. $1.15 45c  Crispy Pix J Horme' No. 1 X* BOW PICKLES 41c w _ __ 00oc00ll I PORK CHOPS I I 16 oz. Nestle's (00uick CHOCOLATE 53c Sl.05 i No. 2V Autocrat 00WEET POTATOES 43c THE VARIETY SHACll Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 tour guide who showed them building of interest is a store many points of interest in Jeru- which was formerly the depot salem and the surrounding at Crosby. High on a hill near countryside. Some of the high] Doloroso sits Homochitto Plan- points included the sites thought ration house, another of the to be the birthplace of Jesus, Glgotha whereHe was cxuci- fled, and the tomb in which He was buried. His program was interesting as well as educa- tional. At WCCA grades seven through twelve took part in the door contest this past week. In keeping with the spirit of home- coming, each class decorated a door the Ramblers to defeat the Liberty Rebels. The winner was the eleventh grade do,or, which had a Hal- loween theme. The juniors ar- ranged a three - dimensional scene of a pumpkin patch and used the slogan, "Let's Spook Rebels!" Second ,place was won by the seventh grade, who used for theix theme "Even Outer Space Is Pulling for the Rams." Congratulations to the juniors and seventh grade. The Woodville Pee Wees re- main ,on a winning streak with an 18-0 win over Jackson on Tuesday, October 23. That makes a 5-1 record for Woodville, while Jackson has not won a game. Erad Dale started the scoring with a one-yard run around right end. The point after was no good Dale went around right end again on the same play for 6. PAT was no good. West Daw- son scored on a pass play from Keith Smith PAT was no good. Woodville plays New Roads there on October 30. i Cong, ratulations to Brenda and Barry Daniels, who entered their steers in the 4H Livestock Show at the Shreveport State Fair on October 17-23. Brenda won a blue ribbon for the Champion Hereford Steer in the heavy weight class. She sold the steer for seventy-five cents a p o u n d ; it weighing 1085. older h, cmes till standing. Mrs. Johnston concluded her enter- taining program by showing views of Fort Adams during the high water of 1973 and a view of the Tunica Hills. She urged all who had never seen the Tunlca Hills to go there once but only when the terrain is dxy and only in a four wheel drive vehicle. At the concluston of the pro- gram the hostesses invited their guests into the dining room where a spectacular arrange- ment of camellias and sasan- quas interspersed with purple .and white ageratum centered the table. Mrs. Kee presided at the tea service. Delicious re- freshments of party sandwiches, cheese ,wafers, pasterles and nuts" were enjoyed. The next meeting of the club is scheduled for Thursday, No- vember 8, at the home of !rs. Marshall Treppendahl with Mm. Treppendahl and Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion as hostesses. light heavy class won a second place ribbon .and f, or her a trip to Chicago for a .week. Barry had the Reserve Champion Angus and placed tenth with a Charolais Angus cross. He sold it for eighty-five cents a pound; it weighing 1125. On Wednesday, October 24, Mr. Frank Bell spoke to the ele- mentary grades. He used an acorn .as an example to show that God has a plan for every- thing. An ac.orn fell, and after a few years it grew to be a blg strong oak tree. He showed us that God has a plan and whatever happens, if we have faith in Him, everything will turn out for the best. Mr. Bell ended the Chapel program with Brenda's other Hereford in the a prayer. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. Lonnie Simpson, Jr., of NEEDLEPOINT GROUP Centreville anounces the en- gagement and approaching mar- MEETS TUESDAY riage of her daughter, Barbara Lynn, to Mr. Jeffrey Paul Me- Needles flashing, coffee perk- Denials, son of Mr. and Mrs. ing and much conversation John P McDaniels, also of Con ' -[about a whole new vocabulary treville, i of words--"encroaching gobelin,' The. wedding i planned for'Florentine, "kalem." all marked Saturday, DecemBer 8, at seven the first gathering of ladies who o'clock in the evening at Cen- treville Baptist Church. Miss Simpson is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Emmett Kirk- land and the late Mr. Kirkland of Liberty and of Mr. Lonnle Simpson .and the late Mrs. Simpson of Centreville. She was are anx,ous be do needlepoint. The classes are being held at Cumoo's Frame Shop and charming Mrs. Mary Ann Lewis is the instructor wire made the world of .stitches come alive for the first-nighters, Mrs. Bonme Sessions, Mrs. John Hewes, Mrs. graduated f r om Centrevllle j. Harry Cameron, leers. Jane Academy, class of 1973, and is Ann Wesberry, Mrs. E. M. Rowe, ren.tly employed at The Win. Mrs. Tony Flaccomio. Mrs. Clif- Carter Company of Wheeler, Mrs. Jerry Foster, The prospective bridegroom's. Miss Linda Carter, Mrs. H. grandparents are Mrs. Vera Emerson Berryhill, Mrs. Judy Ivflges Smith and the late Mr. Trevlllion, and Miss Charlotte Frank M. Hedges of Centrevllle Cumbo. and Mrs. Joln P. McDaniels, Sr.. and the late Mr. McDaniels of Gueydan, Louisiana. He is also a' graduate of Centreville Acad- emy and is now employed by Buffalo Services, Inc., Centre- The evening proved o,.beso fascinating that no one ached, the clock and. when adieus were said all vowed to come early on next Tuesday night. ville, reception which will follow in Friends ,and relat, ives are in- vited through this medium to .the Fellowship Hall t the attend the wedding and the church. \\; I I I -I I II ...... S IZ Z LIN' SPECIALS HOT PRICES COOL SAVINGS Wintuk Knitting WORSTED Disposable DIAPERS, 30's PANTY HOSE, our Reg. 99c WASH CLOTHS CHAIR PADS POCKET RADIOS am,/fm Ribbed KNEE SOCKS Johnson's BABY SHAMPOO KLEENEX Facial Tissues 97c $1.33 67c 10c $1.00 $7.77 53c 99c 4 for $1.00 LISTERINE Mouthwash, half gallon Aqua Net HAIR SPRAY JERGEN'S LOTION RUG RUNNERS, Indoor, Outdoor PILLOWS, Dacron, Polyfill ELECTRIC BEAN POT Teri PAPER TOWELS 2 rolls COOKWARE SET, 7 pc., cast alum. ALUMINUM FOIL, 75 ft. CHOCOLATE CANDY, 1 lb. bag $1.99 39c 99c $2.44 2 for $5.00 $7.77 73c $9.97 58c 67c Ben Franklin Woodville, Miss. Prices Effective Fri., Nov. 2 thru Nov. 10 II I I I