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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mssissloo Fridov /V',o,+/or 20 707.q ............................. - %:, , Published every Friday by TheWoo dvilleRepublicau Box 696, Woodvfile, Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor ............ I Miss .AR.ARA S,M00SON Miss Barbara Simpson, bride- ielect of Mr. Jeffrey PauI Mc- .,,,0,,,,,,o,,.,0,,o,..,.,., ....... ,,, ....... --, I Daniels, was feted at a lovely Thanksgiving h+ollday guests MISS SIMMONS FETED ,miscellaneous shower on Friday in the home of Mrs. Mary Alice WITH BRIDAL SHOWER Hollis and her niece, Miss Mary Subscription Rates: One year, Beth Nettles, were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Linda Jean Simmons, $5.00 in Wilkinson County, George Bailey of Hurricane bride-elect of Mr. Patrick H. $6.00 outside county. Six Mills, Tenn., and Mrs. Shirley Duck, Jr., 'was honored with a months, $3.00 in county; $3.50 Webb of Nashville, Tenn. miscallane, cus shower at the outside county. Payable in Mrs. Lanelle Welch and Mrs. Fellowship Hall of the Centre- Bernice Waddell were dinner ville Baptist Church on Satur- advance. I guests Thanksgiving Day in the day, November 17. Hostesses for Second Class postage paid at i home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey lthe three to five o'clock courtesy Woodville, Miss 39669 Lynn Aaron and family at Ber-' were Mrs. Edwin Bruss, Mrs. wick. Donnie Nutt, Mrs. Gordon Carr, -- ! Mr..and Mrs. Willie J. Reeves Mrs. Raymond Jenkins, Mrs. Sympathy is +being extended land son Steve, and Mr and lLeslie Hughes, Mrs. Willie Rush- to Mrs. L. H. Chapman and Mrs. [Mrs Biliy Reeves visited in the lng, Mrs. Troy Reese, Mrs. Matt Carl Wall in the death of their home of their parents and+Duck, and Mrs. Jerry Tillery. bcther-in-law, Mr. A. G. Coker, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Arrangements of pink carna- last Tuesday at the family res-IMcEl'wee and family during the I tiGriS with reenery were used idencc in Monticello Georgia. I Thanksgivlng holiday season t as decoration for the occasion. Mrs Matt Duck and Miss Mr. and Mrs Bob Blackwell Mrs Alice Fleming of Wilson, l~ ' . , ' ^ .... "'-"f A-k sent the  - ' .............. timmons, wearing an aernoon u rme ui 'p ,a, vLsiea in me home oi her  ....... . . '  ' iloor-lengn cress m rea ,,u Thanksgiving holidays wth her cousin, Mrs J M. McC.ralne, last l ......... of father Mr Nelson and with +-" - _ ' 2: .... +, wnle With a gu corsage , weanesaay Mrs. Fleming joined ' ] m  ' i white carnations received guests her sister rs. Jol n D Cru her brother, Mr Leo Doughty .... the and rand" ' n file' ' wire ner mo r g - and family of Ce trev of Chipola, La and her brother- ,_ .. _ Z _. Friends regret that Mr. Nelson in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. morner, Mrs. . C,. lmmons an O 1 2/11S vernon wheeler and me is h spitalized 'n Field Memo- Roy Latimer of Denham Springs, " ...... rial ..... ' m._,..,+.,_: groom-eJec s morner ana grana- La , ill *t:L1 a.ta..t.xOV.,XLz , _ " . .....  mother, Mrs Patrick Duck and Mr and Mrs Lewis Campbell Day a me baimer aeer camp Mrs -tt - D ck '  " ' " i E a 'aye u and daughter, Miss Virginia in MlSmssipp. The tea table was covered Campbell, spent the Thanksgiv-' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross and with a white cloth overlaid with ing holidays with their daugh- children spent Thanksgivin pink and the centerpiece was ter and sister, Mrs. Norbert weekend visiting in the home a lovely floral arrangement in Johnson, Mr. Johnson, and ram- of his pareents, Mr. and MrS. the bride-elect's chosen colors fly in Montgomery, Ala. Carl Ross, Sr., in Camden, Ark. of white, pink and green. Wear- " ing floor-length pastel dresses and assisting the h,ostesses we r i Misses Gaff Simmons and Deb- Grassroots coordinated Grab Hughes, who alternated at , the silver punch bowl; Misses sportswear in beigetone  Emily Frances Rollins. Betsy Field and Ida Cockerham. who ' alternated at the silver coffee by SHIP 'n SHORE. '::?::'+/l ].i service; and Misses Susan Scott and Jan Brian, who presided at ?  the guest register. .; . The bride-elect was presented a Corning Ware coffee maker Polka dot blouses, by the hostesses. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Vernon Wheeler. Mrs. Paul hi-waisted pants and dressy Wheeler, Mrs. Clifford Wheeler, iackets and vests -- al! in easy care polyester. Sizes 8-16. ""Lynn's ,,, V]rglma Parkmeadow Centreville - I II I I I I I I I Check Our CHRISTMAS GIFT LIST Typewriters Vacuum Cleaners AM-FM RADIOS Stereo Components Color TV Stainless Cookware Corning Ware Hair Dryers and Stylers Electric Tooth Brushes Waffle Irons Toasters Blenders Philco Refrigerators B-B Guns Basketball Sets ,00OHN L. ASH .... . The Complete Hardware StOre .+ Our 50th Year J I I ............................. [ I ...................... -  . Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville i FINAL PLANS MADE FOR PTC BAZAAR The Centreville A c a d e m y Parent-Teacher Club Bazaar on Friday, December 7, at Grey- afternoon by Mrs: Teresa Clay- stone Farms ,will feature an old- ton, Mrs. Connie Willingham, fashioned home- cooked meal and Miss Jeanne Jackson in the served country style. I Fellowship Hail .of tle Centre- The menu will consist of de- ville Baptist Church. licious barbecued beef cooked The hall was decorated for under the supervision of Mr. I the three to five o'clock affair John Rollins. potatoes, peas. witt arrangements of yellow corn. and string beans with desserts for sale. Meals will be served continuously from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs. Jack Rogers and her committee promise that you will enjoy this gourmet meal. Tickets are now available. See you at the Bazaa.r next Friday, December 7. Don't' be late ! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman had as their Thanksgivin holi- day guests Dr. and Mrs. Robert McBroom and children. Leighton mums and white carnations with greenery and with white wedding bells. Miss Simm,ons. vearing an attractive green three-piece suit with matching accessories, was presented a corsage of white carnations. The tea table was laid with an ecru lace cloth and held a large arrangement of yellow mums. The hostesses served party fare with punch and cof- fee. Out-of-town guests attending the shower included Mrs. Rod- ney Sessions "of Bay Springs, Mrs. Pat Coghlan of Ferriday, Mrs Randy Simpson of latchez, Mrs. James Coghlan and daugh- ter, Peggy, of Baton Ruge, and Mrs. Emmett Kirkland and Mrs. Tommy Harvell of Liberty. Miss Simpson and Mr. Mc- Daniels will be married on Sat- urday, December 8, at seven o'clock at the Centreville Bap- tist Church, with a reception to follow in the Fellowship Hall. TIIANKSGIVING CHURCH SUPPER WELL ATTENDED The Thanksgiving Community Supper held by Thomson Memo- rial Presbyterian Church Cen- treville Mel;hodist Church and Centreville Baptist Church in the Fireside Room of the Pres- byterian Church last Wednes- dav evening was well attended. The decorating theme in the Thanksgiving motif had as a focal point a large bo,wl of fruit Mrs. Paul Frankenberger, Mrs. by an open Bible. Pumpkins, Wilmer Leake, and Mrs. Joe gourds, apples, permmmons, and Leake ,of Woodvflle; Mrs. Homer nuts were arranged at vantage Borland of Louisville; Mrs. Pat- rick Duck and Misses Christine and Faye Duck of Baton Rouge; and Mrs. Tom Duck and Mrs. Elwood Duck of Liberty. Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson and son, John, were Mrs. Jan Warner and daughter, Julie, and Mrs. Bertha Ander- son, all of Port Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. David Stilley and son, Bill, of Albany, La., spent the Thanksgiving holidays ,with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nettles, and family. Sympathy is being extended to Mr. and Mrs. George Lofton in the death of her brother-in- law, Mr. Millard Teabout, of 509 Park Place, Natchez. Mr. Teabout died in Marianna, Fla., last Tuesday while en route to visit relatives in Marianna. Coming to Centreville o join Mr..and Mrs. Lofton for the fu- .neral services Thursdav from Laird Funeral Home in Natchez were Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Nico- rich and children, Ronnie and Darnell, and Mrs. George Ty- rone, all of Biloxi. Ronnie .re-i I Rosetta News I anMdrd::gdhteM:; PrMidteChenl  LP;rr: ' and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Met- calf ,and children, Clifford and Wanda, of Centreville visited Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sterling in Gonzales, La., for the Thanksgiving holidays. We .are sorry to report that Mr. Ebbie Smith is a patient in Field Memorial Hospital in Cen- treville. Mr. James Sturdivant and a friend, Mr. James Foster, of Monroe, La., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Stur- divant, for the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. J. C. Willams of McComb visited his sister, Mrs. Jessie Mac Speights, Saturday. Mr. T. A. Williams of Church Hill visited his sister on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson and hlldren of McComb. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gene Wilson and daughter of Gloster, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brawn and son, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Nettles, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and children visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown f,or the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Welsh, Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Welsh and daughter, April, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merrill and daughters, Donna and Lisa, all of Baton Rouge, and lr. and Mrs. James Livingston of Hammond, La., and Crosby visited Mrs. Bob Keller Saturday. CConinued on P+age 4) points in tb.e entertaining area. Traditional Thanksgiving food featuring turkey and dressing with all the accessories was 'se'rved to approximately 185 people who attended. Following the supper. -the Rev. Stanley Landrum, pastor of the. Oentr'evJlle Unit,ed Methodis Church, brought the respiring Thanksgiving .message in the chu.rch sanctuary, mained over for a few days' visit with his cousin, Neff Lof- ton, in the home of his parents. iced tea. Cokes or coffee -- and and Layna Kay, of Pascagoula, all this for only $1.75! John Newman from Mississippi Take-out plates with a slight State University, and Richard change in menu will be avail- Newman from Southwest Junior able. along with sandwiches and College. III III ! Let Us Help You With Your CHRISTMAS+SHOPPING What better gift than a framed phofo of a loved one or other favorite picture. Picture Framing Is Our Specialty! We also offer Christmas Decorations, Candes, Original Framed Paintings, Craft Supplies and many other Christmas Gift Suggestions. THE SNOOP SHOP Cosby Street -- Centreville WANTED LOGGING CONTRACTOR For Further Information Call + O. AMES COMPANY Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. ..... ] ...... ............ 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