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Woodville, Mississippi
November 16, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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November 16, 1973

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The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississlpp| Page 3 Club on November 8 at home of Mrs. Treppendhl. Treppendahl met the mem- and guests at the front and 'welcomed them into large hall which was aglow the light from large can- and decorated with lovely of magnolias and ltS. ERIC TREVILLION MOTHER OF MRS. WIIITE SI&KER-- FOR JR. I.R. CLUB I MARKS 95T11 BIRTIIDAY t irs. Dorsey Trevillion and Mrs. WalLer Wroten of Natct- Marshall T, reppendahl were ez was complimented with a for the Junior Irwin party recently on her 95th birth- day. Entertaining at the family home on Cemetery Road were two daughters. Mrs. William Bonham White of Woodville and Mrs. Chester N. Willis Sr.. of Natchez. Also on hand was the honoree's son. Mr. WaiLer Wro- ten of Louisville. Ky., and his family. The home was decorateLl E. M. Kee. Jr., president, throughout ,with flowers sent by ded over a short business friends and relatives. Refcesh- and then ttrned the ments were served in the dining over to Mrs. John room where the table wa,s cov- Prog chairman for ercd with a linen cloth edged Mrs. Hewes intro- with lace, holding a tiered cake the speaker, Mrs. Eric decorated with pink sugar roses who is the librarian}and" lavender flcrets. The nu- Woodville Public Li- merals "95" topped the cake. In a most charming and, manner Mrs. Tre- of the many services trated books including "The at the library and dis- Thanksgiving S t o r y ." "The ,and briefly noted the Beautiful Christmas Tree." "A types of books available. Certain Small Shepherd." "Col- mentioned and showed ]ages," and "Somebody Stole of books on creative Second." In closing she read and showed a delightful book such .as needlepoint, em- entitled "Frederick," by Leo making of silk flowers, iLionni, a story of field mice and rugs. She then stowed sev- cOOkbooks including in this I their preparations for winter. WOODVILLE LIBRARY NEWS I "The Graham Kerr Cook-I ''Frederick'' has a very special and "Cooking foe a I message for everyone to remem- Among the bestsellers ber as they approach the winter tlneationed were "Hour of Iseasn" "' "Hour of Lead,' .... Bring l Following the program the Unicorn," "Harvest Home.", members and guests were in- Hills," "Sybil." "The Ivited into the dining room of Kings" and "Once IslWhere a lovely arrangement of "Flo,weing House i Yellow, white and ,orange mums and "Flower Arrange- and daisies on the tea table was Were two very interest-I illuminated by the soft glow of on flowers which she large bittersweet reen, brown. and white candles on the mantel Trevillion brought to the and server. Mrs. Cha, rles Seal attention the fact that lpresided at the tea service and has available a hum- Mrs. Charles Whetstone served large-print ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ! UP TO DATE WITH WCCA Mr. Waddell's fourth rade made a delightful educational trip to Baton Rouge to visit points of interest last Thursday. Their itinerary included the museum, the planetarium, and a visit with "Mike the Tiger." The fourth grade thanks Mcs. Flaceomio, Mrs. McCraine, Mrs. Wilkerson. and Mrs. Miller for providing ,transportation. On November 6 the Betas par- ticipated in a national survey of high school juniors compiled for c, clleges, universities, and college-bound students. Woodville CIVIC CLUB News A meeting of the officers and directors of the Civic Club will be held next Monday, Novem- ber 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Health Center. Members of the board are: Mrs. lay Farrar, Mr. G. C. Golden, Mrs. Frances Townsend, Mrs. Charles Cumbo, Mr. Paul We congratulate the Midgets Habig, Mrs. S. O. Stockett, Mrs. and the Pee Wees for their Burlin Whitehead, Mr. Ernesto cl:ampionship victories 1 a s t Caldeira, and Mrs. John Hewes. week. The teams won beautiful Christmas Parade trophies, which are on display Friday, November 30 at the Variety Shack. 3:00 P.M. The Woodvllle Midgets beat The second annual Christmas High Band McComb, Cham- be,rlain-Hunt Academy Marching Unit - Port Gibson, Color Guard, Withers and Withers Florists. Assisting Mrs. Adolph Trep- pendahl in the organization of the prade are Mrs. David Bramlette and Mrs. Helen Curry. Additional participants or t'hose confirming their participation are asked to contact any of the above committee. Woodville Museum Of Southern Decorative Arts Confirmation was received this week from the Mississippi the New Roads Midgets, Sun- Parade plans are being finalized American Revolution Bicenten- day, November 4, by a scoce of into what promises to be a glit- nial Commission director, Mr. 12 to 0. Keith Smith scored two tering spectacle for children of Perry A. Synder, that the Wood- touchdowns, one in the first and all ages in Woodville. ville Civic Club will be a re- the other in the fourth quarter. The parade will be led by cipient of a $1,000 grant {or the National Children's B o ,o k I Week. November 12 through No- vembar 17 makes us conscience I of the quality and quantity of I books now available for young L Feople. Beginning with the very Eric Skinner and Curtis Lane- hart intercepted passe. The Wood.ville Poe Wees won the Miss-Lou Championship by defeating Clinton, Louisiana. at Centceville Academy Thursday night. The score was 28-0. Brad Dale scored the first touchdown on the first play from scrim- mage. PAT was no good. Butch Mayor George Gonda, and a museum project and will be eli- prize of $25 will be offered by gible for additional grants in the Civic Club to the most out- 1974 and 1975. standing enVry in any category, We are grateful and honored to be chosen by three out of by the commission in receiving town judges, this grant as we understand Confirmed entries are: Miss that we were chosen as one of Area Hospitality, Civic Club few in the state to receive the Float, Mrs. Leake's Kindergarten maximum amount for 1973. Ad- Class, Bunny Ferguson's Kinder- ditional grants will be made in Nettles scored the next touch- garten Class, Business and Pro- 1974 and in 1975 and the Wood- down in a run around left end. fessional Women's Clul, Wilk- ville Museum of Southern Dec- Amite Riding Club, Riding Club orative Arts will be foremost in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen PAT was good with West Daw- Rollins of Centreville announce son doing the scoring. At half- Q ue e n, Mississippi Forestry this state as a worthy project the engagement .of their daugh- time the score was 14-'0. In the Commission, WCTS Float, C. M. ! in keeping with the intention ter, Jane. to Philip Jay Pearson, second half a pass fom Bud Treppend,ahl & Sons, Irwin Rus-'of the bicentennial and with its youngest all the way up through and the late Mr. Rollins and of the years ,of childhood there are Mrs. J. H. Rogers and the late books to charm any child; to increase his knowledge .and oaten hhs interests in people and things and the world around him. The Woodville Public Library has a splendid collection for son of Mr. and Mcs. 3. T. Pear- Herrtngton to West Davson set son of Kosciusko. up a scoring play on a fourth Miss Rollins i the grand- down. Bud Herrington on a dau'ghter of Mrs. J. F. Rollins quarterback keeper ,went around lef,t end and plunged in for a touchdown. PAT was good when Butch Nettles bulled his way up staff Truck - Bluff City Dtstrlb- the middle over Matt Samson. utors, Jaycees and Jaycettes, Mr. Rogers, all of Centreville. The bride-elect is a graduate of William Winans Attendance Center and received her BA de- gree in Sociology from Missis- sippi College where she was a member of the Sociology Club and Pi Gamma Mu honor so- young people. The prize books, books and mocha punch from the tea table those winning the Newberry ciety. Miss Rollins is currently Alan Ryan. "Rosco," sped aound left end defying Clinton's de- fense for the final score of the game. This play was set up when Elward Smith intercepted a Barry Grant pass on the 20 yard line. Buckskin Bill - WA"B-TV - Ba- ton Rouge, Catchings Clinic, Jimmie's Auto Service, UDC, Chuck and Junior's Body Sloop, Le Mardi Club, Cub Scouts, Blxwnie Troop 236, Farm Bureau, and Queen, Planters Hardware, sell Club, WCTS Band, Town of lmotto - "a past t,o honor...a Woodvllle Float, Junior Irwin . future to mold." Gloster Band,) 1974 Weodville Pilgrimage Russell. Club, Woodvllle Fire Truck and Santa t It is welcome  news that the Claus.  Jaycees and Jaycettes have Unconfirmed are The Fal-made plans to stage a barbecue on the Courthouse Square, as they so successfully did last year. The barbecue will be from 11:30 to 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, with seating in the shade of the historic Jefferson Davis Oak. The barbecue and art show were the delight ,of Pilgrimage visitors as well .as Woodvillians books. She ,also men- which also featured a asl;y as- that through the statelsortment of sandwiche and service mos any book cookies, won the greatest prize of all-- Public Welfare. can be obtained in a A number of guests, Mrs. Best the seal of approval of the chil- Grandpacens of the !orospec- time. Montfor,t. Mrs. Dick Whita, ler, dren themselves. last group ,of books Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Ford, Mrs. W. D. This is an important phase of I tire .bridegroom Mr, and Mrs. O. E. Burns of Kisciusko discussed was chil- Spell, and Mrs. Kent Hewes. library service. Encourage your and the late Mr. and Mrs. G. J. 0Ooks. She showed .many we,re present for the mos on- child to make ue of it. Let your I Pearson of Louisville. and beautifully illus- joyble afternoon, library Jhelp. Mr. Pearson is a g,raduate of Award and Caldec.0tt Medal. are employed as Research Specialist The Ramblers who hay e there, and those which have for the State Department of played their l.ast year of poe wee Kosciusko High School and Holmes Junior College. He re- ceived his BM degree in Church Music fr, om Mississippi College where he was a member of the Concert Choir and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia frate,rnity. Mr. Pearson is currently Music Director at Pochahontas Baptist Church in Jackson. football are Brad Dale, West Dawson, Butch Nettles, Bud Herr.ington, Bobby Wesberry, Alan Ryan, Charles McGraw, and Frank Rosso. The Pee Woes thank Bent Curry for carylng ,the chains from the Wood,llle side, the , cheerleaders and parents for turning out for the games this year, and the high school boys and pacents for helping with the down markers. They espe- cially appreciate the time and work of Coach Eddie Gerald Davis, Coach Dudley Hopson, and Coach Walter Ray Reed, Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, NOV. 15-17 2 for 65c The wedding will be solem- who deserve much of the medit nized on December 29 at two for their winning season. o'clock in the afternoon in the Centreville Baptist Church with the Rev. Davis Ramsey offici- sting. Friends and relative.s ace invited through this mediu,m to attend.  2-roll Delsey TISSUE FRYERS00 Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Henders.n toured points of interest in northwest Ark,ansas the past Bama 18 ,oz. long weekend. _, .... VEGETABLES WOOLITE 16 oz.. $1.05 2 for 49c Blueberry. MUFFIN MIX ]2 OZ. 57c NIBLET CORN Miracle Whip (::)LEO ,b. 45c -- Horme, % reen Giant, No. 303 EAS, No. 303 27c Kraft , , [ BACON lb. 00,:,rshwa,,ow CRE00E 31c $I.05 Autocrat _ No. 303 TOMATOES 2 for 49c ._ 888-4282 THE VARIETY SHACli 1 by H. Emerson Berryhill "Don't destroy your ideals! Don't ,tear down your dreams!" These are words of advice we have heard all our lives. They are ex.eellent .bits of wisdom that could well be passed on to our young people today. We have read of sit-ins, demonstra- tions, walk-outs, ,and many other forms of rebellion "We fight fc,r our ideals." they say. , It is a noble thng to have ideals, .but, if in our haste to obtain our own rights we over- lap and take away the rights of others, .we could be tearing down more than we are building up. l" We all have our ideals and dreams, and they should be guarded carefully. When we de- 'stroy these ideals and dreams, !we usually end up breaking our own hearts. " OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Your attitude has built your d,reams and idealS; only you can destroy them. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME WOODVILLE, MISS. Phone 888-5871 Commercial Bank, Happy Home- in 1973 and will ,aid immeas- makers Club, Denman Junior ureably in making ou,r third Pilgrimage a great success. 1. This is the first time that Railroad Office Building Woodville has had two students, History Needed on the All-Star Team. Congrat-t A preliminary report on the ulations to Mike and. Jeff. We'll]history of he West Feliclana - be supporting the team. I Woodville Railroad Office Build- Wednesday, November 7, we ling is being prepared for even- were pleased to have the Rev.tual submission by the Missis- Warren Whitaker om Unionsippi Department of Archives Baptist Church, Crosby, as our and History of the site for the chapel speaker. He brought out Nati.onal Register of Historic some good points on Christian Places. living with a few jokes and Anyone having any photos, illustrations. He used a scripture papers or information relating reading from Epheslans and to the site or the allroad com- pointed out the fact that each tpany during any part f its person is responsible for hishlstory is. asked to contact Er- own response to Christian prin- t nesto Caldeira at 888-.4581 or ciples. 888-6809. WOODVIIJE, MISSISSIPPI WCCA students enjoyed t.he half-h,oliday on Wednesday, No- vember 14, when the members of the faculty attended the MPSA Disbrlct IV West meeting at Council 11 Thomas Jefferson in Natchez.. Even though the Rambler team did not emerge victorious in the championship game Fri- day night, we can still commend them for playing .a good game. On Monday, November 12, Mr. Whetstone called the high school students into the library t.c announce that Mike McGraw and Jeff Brown have been chos- en as membecs of the All-Star South Division Team of the Academy Conference. The team will play the North Division Team in "Jackson on December nl I WANTED ---- LOGGING CONTRACTOR For Further Information Call O. AMES COMPANY Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. Business Machine i Think how much your phone means to you.,. how little your telephone costs per day. Use it. IT'S A BARGAIN. v South Central Beg  r, .... .; ', ',' ,i"  ')i