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Po00o 4 Ill If,Ill--Ill,--Jill|Ill IIIIIl)IIIIIIIIIl|IIl-- MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK by Paul Pittman Faulkner was a favorite of mine, even though he was not widely accepted at first by his fellow Mississippians. But. ence he was acclaimed by critics in the rest of the world, and once he had died, Mississippians took a more charitable view of his Wnndvflle P00n.hl;can. Woodville, Misslsdppl Ridgecrest, La., Mrs. Judy Mc- Graw and LaUra of Woodville, and Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Stur- divant of Liberty visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant for Thanksgiving. Master Jeffrey Sturdivant of Iouston. Tex.. visited his grand- parents during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Ashley, F6dav, Nc00,.ernf00nr 20 7073 Brookhaven spent the holidays! and Mrs. Louis Arnold. Perrytown News Emma Perry and the 5ewellhere' at their home and visitedl Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold • . Ander,s Sunday. • I Mr. and Mrs..D T. Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hollings- his brothers and maters, Messrs. J visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and children. Vickie, Gerald and worth and sons. Ellis, Bill and' Dennis and Morris Vines and Rymer in Rosetta sundaY. His Dale. of Liberty visited Mr. and Mrs. Myrtis Perry and Mrs. sister. Mrs. Bob Keller. was Tommy;j of Vidalia visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Mrs. Jewel Anders Saturday• Perry, SatUrday. Dr. El.wyn Cavtn and Mr. Gone Thanks, giving guests of Mr. Brown of Lake Charles, La., via- and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt and ited Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cavin holi- There is a case to be made At any rate, Faulkner's work who were recently married, via- for the fact that conflict and lives on. The work that he has I ire d thetr parent.s. Mr. and Mrs. strife in Mississippi and the done stands as a monument tolc J. Ashley and Mrs. Bonnie South during the racial crises him as .well as to an historic Forman of Gloater for Thanks- of the past decade or so pro- time in his native state, giving• duced literature that was widely "I do not believe in the end Mrs. Richard Murray and admired by critics all over the of man." Faulkner said in his children. Richard, Jr.. Rhonda. world, acceptance speech for the Nobel and Roxle. of Baton Rouge via- These were the times that Prize. "I believe man will not ited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman. produced such writers as WiN merely endure, he will prevail. Jr.. Tuesday. liam Faulkner. Eudora Welty, He is immortal, nob because he. We extend our deepest sym- Elizabeth Spencer and others of alone among c, reatures, has an pathy to the family in the pass- quasi-equal stance and quality, inexhaustible voice but because,ing of Mrs. Ella Forman. he has a soul a spirit capable Mr. Jack Cavin of St. Francis- ville, Mrs. C. C. Cavin, Mr. and of endurance." compassion and sacrifice and Mrs. Joe Gibson and her uncle Old hands on the Mississippi lo f Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. scene, comparing notes, often Ted Berry of West Point, and flirt with a grevious type of Mr. George Berry of Woodvllle nostalgia in remembering the were guests in the H. E. Smith conflict and crisis filled days home Saturday. Wen.sel Taylor. I there also. We were so glad 40' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold see that Mr. Rymer has in- spent Thanksgiving Day in ] proved so much. Gloater with her brother-in-law • Mr. Harold Ashley spent the and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. holidays at homd with his par- Decker. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ash" Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and ley, and sister. Mary. Wanda ,and Charles of Baton Spending the Thanksgiving Rovge spent Thanksivin with holidDys with Mr. and Mrs. Ver- their son-in-law, and daughter, lis Perry were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johnson on Morris Jackson and children of work. of the past decade. M/Sot. and Mrs. Paul Forman, He was dubbed "Count-no- But Faulkner. and others who Jr.. of McClellan AFB. Kansas, Count" in his native Oxford approached his pinnacle ,of ex- attended his grandmother's fu- where citizens could recall his cellence, saw in the t,rauma of neral and visited for a few days standing by the drug store on change the chance for a new with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forman. the square puffing on his pipe• and better day. Mr. and Mrs. John Procop and These were the days when. in That may, after all. have Raymond and Carolyn of Ham- daughters, June and Leanne, of brother and sister-in-law. Mr. the solitude of his home. he was been the really big story that I mon d La.. visited her mother. Natchez, Mr. and' Mrs. Steve and Mrs. Julius Leake. in Jack- grinding out novels like "Pylon," has gone unwritten .from the I Mns. Louise Longmire, for Hayes find daughter,;Kristi, Mr. son. "As I La Dying," "Absolam. South's monumental transition. Thanksgiving. and Mrs. Gerald Numan and Absolam," and "Sound and the . Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith daughter, Brandy Lye, Mr. and FurY" ROSETTA NEWS and Mike of Zachary, La., and Mrs. Patrick Thomas and Mr. Mars Hill News These .were also the days (Continued from Page 2) Mr. and Mrs Robert Smith and and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt and Tally Boy were Mr. and Mrs. during the Thanksgiving Russell Butler, Mr and Mrs. days and did some hunting. F. M Beard and children. Eliz- Mr. Richard McCraine of Ba- abeth Margaret and David, Mr. ton Rouge and Mr. Ken Murray and Mrs. A. J. Thibodeaux and and Mr. Richard Murray of daughter, sharon, and Mr. and Natchez visited Mrs. Elma Mur- Mrs Lonnie Crumhclt and sons. I rav and did some hunting• Gary, Kirk• Lorinie Paul and{ Visiting Mrs. Nina Sturdivant Croby route. .Zachary, La.. Mr. and Mrs. Ker- Dwaynne, all of Baton Rouge• I durin the holidays were Mr. Mrs. Cecil Breland and dough- I nit Shell and children of Roxie, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant and ters Miss Linda Bryant and and Mr. Ronald Perry and r. hey Hazlip last weekend were clldren' Annie and Christ. Mr. Mrs Terry Martin. of Baton and Mrs Tom Perry of CrosbY r. and Mrs. Keianeth Leake Billy Sturdivant. Mr. and Mrs. Rouble spent Saturday with Mr. route. and children, Kenny, Cliff, and Ken Thompson and daughter, Jeannie, of Clayton. La., Mr. Cathy Cavin, and Mr. Kenny LIFt, OMPANIES and Mrs. Rod Carney and chil- Cavin and daughter, Shane. all LIF. IIFALTIt AND -*,NT fMPmNIE'S • dren. Chris and Nan, of Jack- of Natchez and MissMary Ann tlEAI,TIt AND ACCIDENT OMPANIES son. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Orso Johnson of Ole Miss. vunDs ,.,f the ann,.l ..temnt .e C(N,!IMERS NATIONAI LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY and children of Crosby, and Mr. Mrs. Clarence Leake of Baton !I.m Office and Mrs. Julius Leake of Jack- Rouge spent the holiday week- 1421 N. Main S,reet. I.;van'vilh, In the State of Indiana 47711 end with her sister-in-law, Mrs. lo n the 31st 6a," of December ]972 ma.e to te Commissioner of ,son. Gracie Hazlip. While she was Insurance of the State of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders here they joined another sister-I ASSETS ". visited Mr. and Mrs. Shad Perry, in-law• Mr,s. Betty Foreman, I Bopds .............................................................. $13.4,4.991.46 Stocks .............................................................. .252.191.25 Jr., in Natchez Thanksgiving add dau.hter. Beverly. for a MortTe Loans on Real Estate ............ 1,612.025.78 Day. trio to Jackson to attend the Re-l Ftate ................................................... 9.312.9l Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lewis-Shark wedding at which oDcy Loan and Motes ........................... 1.466.(88.17 Hazlip during the we'kend were Miss Beverly Foreman was maid Cash and Bank Denosits. ........................ 1.5476 al Mr. and Mrs..Bryant, H. zlip and of honer. They also visited their lt, ooqeNeO nd Deferred Premiums .. a.2 r9o .q2 Othor asetr ............................................... 273.283.89 TOTAI  ,q,.TS ............................................................. €18.106,799.07 LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER, FNDS poDcv Reserves ......................................... $12.5 1"/4 g) Poncv and Cont.ret Claims .................... 124..q55, Othor PnDcv nn. Conr.et Labilities .. 2.Ol a. G ,oruod Fxnense. and Taxes .................. tP.355 2,3 All Otht,r TSnhillfoq .............................. 548.579.21 TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................................. $15.324,14u'^n when he walked out on his job as postmaster of the University .post office, declaring lhat he "was not going to be at the beck and call .of every SOB who had two cents." Faulkner was a gentle man, distinguished by his unassuming attitude toward those who did not seek to .exploit him. This reporter was in a team of students ,who joined in a memorable venture on Sardis Lake to raise his sunken sloop and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. William Rymer and children, Todd. Jeff and Lisa. of Natchez visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ford Temple of Crosby, during the holidays. Mrs. Sonny Brown and chil- dren. Marilyn and Marion. of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Boyce Dawn and Lori ,of West Point visited Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Day, Jr., of San Antonio. Tex.. announce the birth of their fourth child ad first daughter on November 13th in a San Antonio hospital. (randDarents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Show of San Antonio and Mrs. Harold Day and the late Dover and Mrs. Thomas. Felter Mr. Day. and son of Woodville visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs Ronald McCabe Forman. Jr.. and K.ellv ef Alexandria, La., Tally B2y, all o Baton Rouge; Mrs. Sally Cobb and Mrs. J oyce Brasher and son, Seottie of Crosby; and Mr. Claude Bryant of Kosciusko. Mr. and Mrs. steve Cavin and son, Jason, of Alexandria, La.. visited .their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Carla, last week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Per,ry and children, Wendy and Thom- as. Jr., of Natchez pent Thanks- giving Day with their parents, Mrs. Ida Perry and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin spent Thanks_ivin on Silver Creek with the Clyde and Morris Nettles families• Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeMoss and children, Donnie and Deb- tie. of Garland, Texas. and Mr. CqOlt] PnSd-.D .......................................... $ 1 1,n,flnflnflfl Un nd ,m'oh, s ................................... 1,882.850.95 m,raL t,.,, q p,  ................................ $18.106,79g.0'/ TOT [, INC.'ASE T LIDGER ASSETS 4.760'i10'65 fLiD ]5. Po'o ]21 ........................................... $ TO'IAI, D,PA,F IN LEDGER SSETS -9  (T:e . Pne 13 ' $ 35°6.1"/ 1  p.wmtn.m,,tm +'o.+,.d t 14eai:"ev ....... e,',,,'"Piol+.+'  Ke.ly General AcD.t for Service--In:urance commissioner of Missi sslpp and Mrs. Burney Bovd Taylor I, Evelyn Gandv, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certif and baby of Zachary, La., spent that the'above is'a i rue and Correct abstract .of the statetaen. Thanksgiving with Mrs Wensel the above n,med company filed with this Department. shoW, 2 Taylor. +  the eo,dirion of said -,nnD- n+ tho 3lst dav of December in-. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Vines of " Evelyn Ga.dy, Commissioner of insuranCS from a depth of 18 feet of water. And he and his wife, Miss Estelle, reciprocated by enter- taining all of those involved with an equally memorable supper at their home. Friday. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. For- Mr..s,nd Mrs. ptvaroah Perry, Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdlvant man during the holidays, and gi,rls. and David and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Rita Huff and Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff, Mr. ward Byrd and Charlotte of rown of Baton Rouge visited and Mrs. Donald deter and Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. arry her sister. Mrs. Lloyd .Forman, children, Sara and Shown, and Weatberly and Grog and Pam Jr.. Friday, returning h,ome on Mrs. Pat Huff and sons, Kenny, and Mr. Virgil Sturdivant of Saturday.. Ronny, and Danny, visited Mrs. The closer you: look, the more confident you'll feel. + Miss Louisiana, Miss Alabama, Miss Mississippi .fOr: r'' WOODVILLE'S ONLY AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER H & R FORD, Inc. Woodville, Miss. U ?IF UL GIFT ,lOP that bea u tijul ,,'o m eone ,,+v+',+ u +,,i,,#1 rom a k,e h alpy. 00ht$ C00riatmu ,$eMet these 00autiful' '  (,,mldtniikd" r ' outhtS '" Iolr , that wmnttn i:n :ytmr li,fel. Here, camel4:he big color I:ht8 fail-iS jItk winttr ! 71,1,',!,:.,, ', : '