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Friday, November 23, 1973 ,q 1. ADAMS WOMAN'S '3 CLUB MEETS ItERE AT ??, ST. JOSEPH'S RECTORY The Fort Adams Woman's . Club met on Wednesday after-  00a of last week at the rectory 0f t. Joseph's Catholic Church lth Mrs. Allen Wood as hostess• lifteea members and five guests, s. Morris, M, rs. C. Lee L. eeler, Mrs. Clifford Wheeler, , 8. Wayne McGraw, and Mrs. ;aehall' Treppendahl. w ea:e t ed by Mrs Wood and in- . dUced to the" Rev. John Nie- eYer, guest fteaoon. speaker for the . Niemeyer showed his won- e_ rful collection of china, with mlhas aa is on Imperml Cobalt, ., gave a brief history of its i and how he obtained it.  Pointed out that the Chinese e.!e the first to make porcelain l'll _ g the sLxth century and re fllowed later by Germans, l "tglish, French and Italians,  .  mUch later by' artisans of " United States. of the most valuable ') displayed by Ft. Niemeyer, ; items, were Rose Rose Pompadour, Worchester, Limoges, Echt Kobalt, Dresden a beautiful vase ith a cene around it, and f'rom Pearl Buck's collec- The Imperial Cobalt was in Germany in 1750 and lieces dated back to 181'0. rer is not only an on porcelain but is l an artist at handiwork and fled musician. This occasion , certainly be remembered as . of the highlights of the Yea,r. the prrcgram Mrs. invited her guests to her for a social hour and de- refreshments. She was in serving by Mrs. Trep- ahl and M, rs. Clay B. meeting of the club a Christmas luncheon W. F. Rosenblatt. BUFFALO HOMEMAKERS MEET AT LANEHART IIOME The November meeting of the Buffalo Homemakers Club .was held in the home of Mrs. Lena Lanel]art on November 13 with six members present. In the ab- sence of the president, Mrs. Wanda Soileau, vice-presiden, presided. The meeting began with the collect by Mrs. Ruth F. Carter followed by reading of the min- utes by the secretary, Mrs. Sallie Smith. During the business period a nominating committee was appointed and plans were made for the Chri,stmas party. In the fellowship time. Christ- mas dec.orations were made for the tree to be decorated by the club at the Creative Christmas Program to be held in Natchez on November 29. These included c.rochet bells, and glittering stars, yarn daisies, angels and ack frost men. Mrs. Lanehart, assisted by her aughter, served a very tasty assortment of dips and chips, cookies and Cokes. Mars Hill News Donnie and Debbie DeMoss of Garland, Texas, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Wensel Taylor, Thanksgiving week. Mrs. Mattie Whitehead of Natchez spent the day Tue,sday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ar- nold. She and Mrs. Arnold put up a quilt during her visit. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin this week were their grandsons and families. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavin and baby of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox and Stephanie of the Buffalo community, and Mr. Michael Cavin of Natchez. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- non Ashley during the week- end were Mr. Harold Ashley and Mr. Aaron Ashley of Gloster. Mr. John Duggar Hazlip of Ro- setta. Mr. Charles Cavin of Ba- ton Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, MississlppJ Perrytown News 1 UP TO DATE represented. Many parents came to the program, ,and everyone Miss Essie McCraine of Zach- WITH WCCA enjoyed tile native foods from other lands. "]ry and Mrs. Irene Cockern of B[don Rouge were dinner guests  Thursday afternoon, Novem- On Monday, November 26, a of Mr Elma Murray last Wed- ber 15, found the WCCA gymna: beauty pageant will be held in nesday" torium invaded by COwboys ann the WCCA gym. Beauty nomi- 'Mrs'Iona Seward of VidalialIndians as the second grade nees were selected :rom the and Mr and Mrs Elvin Perry, presented their chapel program high school classes. Four were Jr of "Natchez "visited their l to the school and many visiting selected from each grade• They • , ' .parents. Each child introduced are as follows" Freshmen- parents, Mr. and . Mrs. Elvm[:himself with his new cowboy Kathy Ferguson, Renee Inman, Perry, Sr., as weeKena, land Indian name. Since seven Charlen Simmons, Laura Spill- Mr. Kenny Cavin and daugh-lyear olds love this theme, they man; Scphomores- Marian ter, Shane, , of Hattiesburg and  had fun learning the ,'ction• , Felter, Patt' Metz, Patsy Pritch- Miss Cathy Cavin of Natchez lsong "We Are Red Men." They lard ' Candy Smith; Juniors - visited their grandmother, Mrs. i sang "Oh! Suzannah!" and re- Brenda Daniel, Caress Simmons, ' " ' a ' " n " • Nma Sturdlvant, Frld y. eted two poems, Cowboy So g I Suan Smither, Bfllie Ann Wil- - "I dian Children" The • • Mr. and Mrs. Wflham Fore and n  . ]cox, Seniozs - Cmsy Jackson, man visited their son and highlight ,of the program cameBrendal Netterville, Rebbie Ros- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Foreman, and daughter, Missie, in Simmespo:rt, La., Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders visited their br,other-in-la,w and ister, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Th(:.mpson, in Fa,yette last weekend• Mr. and Mrs. Wood,row Day have returned to their home in Crosby after visiting their chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCobb, and daughters in Winnsboro, South Carolina, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazlip .site d their son-in-law and. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leake, and children, Kenny, Cliff and Jeannie, in Clayton, La., Sunday. Little Cliff Murray is home this week out of school due to illness. We send get well wishes to him for a speedy recovery• Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdivant of Natchez and Mrs. Janet Hut- son of Brookhaven visited Mrs. Nina Sturdivant Sunday. Mrs. Emma Perry is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr., in Natchez this week. Mrs. Evelyn Ashley of Liberty pent the weekend here at her home. On Sunday she was joined by Mrs. Frances Whitehead and Bobby Johnson of Crosby. Mr. Louis Arnold visited Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Tyler Sunday evening• Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and chil- dren of Kingston and another daughter from Baton Rouge. Mrs. Wensel Taylor and her grandchildren. Donnie and Deb- hie DeMoss of Garland. Texas. visited Mr. and Mrs. Torn Perry and children, Greg and Dana, Sunday• TH/tNK00filVINfi  NOVEMBER 22 TIMES HAVE CHANGED SINCE 888-4282 THE DAYS OF THE PILGRIMS... but our country still has milch to be thankful for. We hope that this Thanksgiving Day will find you counting your blessings as you gather around the holiday table with your loved ones. We pray that Americans may prosper even more in the years ahecd and on Thanksgivings to come. VARIETY Street SHAClt THE WOODVILLE, MISS. Paae 3 Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY as they formed a big circle and did the War Dance. The pro- gram closed as they sang two songs for Thanksgiving, "This Is the Day" and "We Gather Together•" Their teacher, Mrs. Kent Depee, accompanied at the piano• The second grade thanks Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Ferguson for furnishing the wigwam and decorations. Mrs. Robertson's seventh grade world history class pre- ented "A Parade of Countries" November 12. Each stude-]t was dressed in the native costume of the country he represented. Exhibits were set :up with native handicrafts, foods, slides, and etcher interesting items of the countries. A short program was included an so, Renee Ryan. The WCCA high school stu- dents elected their Who's Who. They elected the following: Mr. and Miss WCCA, Jeff Brown and Ella Ruth Butler; Most Handsome, Jeff grown; Beaux, Barry Daniel, Bobby Jensen Scott Percy; Most Athletic, Jeff Brown, Ellen Sessions; Most Likely to Succeed, Tom Willis, Beth Leake; Cutest, Bobby Jon- son, Billie Ann Wilcox; Wittiest, Hamilton Willis, Brenda Daniel; Friendliest, Tom Willis, Billie Ann Wilcox; Most Versatile, Tom Willis, Cissy Jackson; Most School Spirited, Jeff Brown, Susan Smither; Most Intellec-I tual, Nash Lawrason, Clssy Jackson; Neatest, Scott Percy, Cissy Jackson; Most Courteous, presented .which Hawaiian dance, a Spansh Tom Willis, Billie Ann Wilcox; dance and folk songs from other rf, .   ...... countrms Ttnry counrms we • • " [Cissy Jackson; Jolliest Juniors,  ] Barry Daniel, Irenda Dan,lel; sons, Dorsey and Elzie, of Lib-[Sensible Sophomores, Collins erty f, or the day. ]Hewes, Candy Smith; Friendliest Mr. and Mrs. Martin ShoreY[Freshmen, Bentley Curry, Renee and daughter have returned to/inman" their home in Texas after a Tuesday night, November 13, TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville When We Think of Insurance We Think of You. We hope you'll do the same for us. week's visit with thei,r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shorey in Gloster. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt and son. Tally Boy, and lVr. and Mrs. Seven Hayes and daughter. Kristi. of Baton Rouge and Mrs. George Hazlewood and Mr. Leon Bryant of Liberty vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip last week. Mrs. Lela Hazlip visited Mrs. Helen McCu.rley in Field Mem,o- rial Hospital Monday. She also visited Mrs. Dot McCurley of Orosby, ho is also a patient at Field's• Rosetta News M,r. and Mrs. Morris Day of Gonzales. La., visited her moth- er. Mrs. Louise Day, Tuesday• Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Pettit of Centreville visited her moth- er. Mrs. Ge.srge Greet. and Mr. Greer Sunday• Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and daughters. Barbara. Wanda, Shirley and Lynn, of McComb visited his sisters, Mrs. Frankie Breedlove, Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights and Mrs. E. L. Forman, and family Saturday and Sun- day. Mr. Danny Cupit and Mr. Don Howard of Gonzales. La.. were hose guests of Mr. and Mrs E. L. Forman. Sr., the past weekend• Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Havard and Wayne, Jr.. ,of Natchez vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray, Saturday• Mrs. Arthur Bruss of Centre- ville visited her mother. Mrs. (Continued on Page 8) Even if you have only a til retirement, a Farm Bureau life insurance program can still help pro- vide extra income for those retire- ment years, ,Start preparing for your financial needs before it's too late. Call your Ioc Farm Bureau insur- ance agent today about preparing for tomorrow. Richard F laccomlo 888-3661 or 4615 Be 444 Woodville, Miss. the girls' basketball team trav- eled to Natchez for their first game. Thomas Jefferson ,beat the WCCA girls 38-29. Friday night the girls went back to Natchez to play Adams Chirs- tian The WCCA girls were de- feated 42-32. The junio:r varsity girls were defeated 45-18 by Adams Christian• Monday night will be the first home game. WCOA will play Brookhaven. 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