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November 9, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Friday, November 9, Perrytown News Mrs. Emma Perry was hon- ored ,on Sunday with a family reunion given at her home by her children. Ali of her children, were there and most of her grandchildren and great-grand- children. Dinner was served buffet style and everyone en- Joyed the day very much. Pres- ent were: Mr. Elvin Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Perry, Vidalia, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Havard, Ba- ton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders, Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. I-I. B. Huff, Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Thompson, Fay- ette, Mr. and Mrs. Shaft Perry, Jr., Natchez, Mrs. Janet Murray and Dean and Si]eri, Mrs. Yvonne Perry and Mike and Steve, Mrs. Lela Etheridge and Carolyn, McCcmb, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr., Natchez, 1Vr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry and Wendy and Thomas, Jr., Natch- ez, Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry and Pryde and Mylania, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders and Kathy, Dell, and Russ, Natchez, Mr. 'Charles Huff, Natchez, Mr. Da- Vid Huff, Port Arthur, Texas, Miss 'Evelyn Thompson and Mrs. Lynn McKlemurry and Brian and Shannon, Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Radger Perry, Natchez. lr. and Mrs. Martin Shorey and Rachel of Texas spent the Weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shorey. Mr. By.ran Hazlip and Randy and Kyle of Natchez spent the day Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Hazel Hazlip. Mr and Mrs. John Duggar ttazlip of Hazlehurst spent the Weekend here and visited friends and relatives. Mr and IVrs. Fred Kelly and Missie and Troy of Cr.osby and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Murray of Natchez visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Murray, SUnday. Mr. Ronnie Kilgarlin of LSU visited his grandmother, Mrs. 'I'IaZel Hazlip. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders Visited their son. and daughte,r- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. James 1973 Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGuire and children, Jimmy, Barry, Blaine, .and Valeria, of Natchez we, re Saturday guests of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Perry. Mrs. Alice Cavin of Gloster speent a few days with Mrs. Sallie Cavin last week and vis- ited other friends while here. We send our deep sympathy to Mr. Odis Vines and Mrs. ESdy Good and families in the death of their moth,er, Mxs. Mayme Vines, of Natchez. Our The Woodville Republlcan/ Woodv!lle, M;sslss;tDi Rosetta News The best news for local people is that the Homochitto River bridge is now open for cars and trucks to use Highway 33. Mrs. Harry Weatherly and children, Greg and Pam, of Ridgecrest, La., visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. 8turdivant, the past weekend. Mr. Darwin Klar of Baton Rouge visited his pa:rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., the past; weekend. Mr. Charles Rymer and son, sympathy is also extended to Johnny, ,of Sumrali and Mr. and Mrs. Marian Cavin in the death Mrs. Jesse Rymer and children, of her husband, Mr. Chester Rcbbie, Allen and Wanda, of Cavin, of Centreville. May God Prairievilie, La., visited their b]ess y,:u all in your sor, row. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Go,rdon Mr. Louis Arnold attended fu-Rymer, tiae past weekend. neral services for Mr. Chester i Mr. Curtiss Temple of Mead- Cavin at Hopeweli Methodist villa visited Mrs. Jessie Mae Church Sunday. [Speights and daughter, Darlene, Mrs. Dennis Vines xeturned here and his broti]er, Mr. Ray- horde last week after a deligllt- ford Temple, in Crosby Satur- fui trip to South Dakota to visit her brother, Mr. Foreman, and family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin we,re Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and Wanda of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Mattie Whitehead cf Natchez. Mr. Harold Ashley of Gray- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children of St. Francisville vis- ited her ,mothe,r, Mrs. Louise Day, Friday and Saturday. We are sorry that Mr. and Mrs. Charies Brabham, Jr., have moved away. They aLre now liv- ing in their new home at Glos- ter. son, Ala., has been spending a, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McCoy and few days at home with his childxen, Jeffrey and Mary Ann, parents, Mr..and Mrs. Kennon of Jackson, La., visited her Ashley, and Mary. He had the misfcrtune of being in a three- car collision in Natchez on the Mississippi River Bridge. For- tun ately he wasn't hurt ba01y, but his car was demolished. We extend our symoathy to Mr. and M, rs. Butler Halford of hnders. ,and family in Natchez SatUrday. included: Mr. and Mrs. Ray- We extend sympathy to the mond Sturdivant and Joannie, Cavin family in the loss of their Chip and Ray, Mr. and Mrs. loved one, Mr. Chester Cavin. Mack Sturdivant and Annie and ha .passed away Friday at his I Chris, Mr. anti Mrs. Ken Thomp- orae at Centrevllle and was lson and Pam, of Baton Rouge, Uried on Sunday at Hopewell Miss Cathy Cavin of Natchez, ethodist Chu,r ch Cemeteryl Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson mother, Mrs. George Greer, last Thursday. Mrs. Barney Metcalfe and children, Clifford and Wanda Gall, of Cent,reville visited Mrs. Mitchell Perry Wednesday. Mrs. David Wayne Williams and son, Van, ,and Mrs. Tommie Gloster ,in tlhe death of his j. Kiar and children, Jackie and ister, Mrs. Prentiss Padgett, ,of Bobby, visited the zoo in Baton Jackson, after an extended ill-[Roug e the past Sunday hess. I Mrs. Arthur Bruss of Centre- Mrs. Verlis Perry attended the ville visited he,r mother. Mrs. 50th wedding anniversary cele-,Georg e Greer, Thursday. bration given for her uncle and Mr. Lester Denham is now aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Roy, with the police department in in Natchez by their son-in-law Centrevjlle. He and Mrs. Den- and dauuhter. Mr. and M,rs. ham no.w reside here and will Breland Leake. be missed. Mrs. Judy Shell and children I Mrs. H. E. Smith visited Mr. of Roxie visited ,her parents, and Mrs. Jack Cavin in St. Mrs. and Mrs. Verlis Perry, Sun- Franeisviile Saturday. day. Mr. Ronald McCabe of Alex- andria. La., visited his mother. Mrs. Lennie MeCabe, in Gloste,r and his wife and daughter here the pas weekend. ,rs. McCabe and Kelly are visiting er par- ents, Mr..and Mrs. E. L. Forman.' Their many friends extend deepest sympathy to the Ches- ter Cavin family in the loss of near Crosby. and Dedria. Lyle, Pete. Suzanne, their loved one. d Visiting Mrs. Nina Sturdivant and James of Rosetta, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray and Unday were most of her chin anti Mrs. Billy Sturdivant of ,son, Ben Allen. and Mr. and ran and grandchildren. They Natchez. Mrs. Rodney Wayne Murray and , son, Rodney, Jr., all of Sternes- ville. Ala., visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beattie of Gloster .and Mr. Lucian Murray, the past weekend. Mr. Don,aid Felter of Sternes- ville, Ala.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Felter the past weekend. I DANCING LESSONS ! ! featuring Ballet, Tap, Modern Dance and Song and Dance Routines Ages 4 thru 14 For Further Information call Karen Leake at 888-6623 MR. ' PAUL'S Supermarket "Satisfied With Smaller Profits" ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Day, the past weekend. Mrs. Robert Allen and Mxs. Roberta Cosby and her sister, Mary Jo, all of Vicksburg, vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Odel.1 Day Sunday. 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