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December 7, 1973 IRWIN RUSSELL CLUB NJOYS LUNCIIEON bET AT ASPHODEL delightful luncheon at As- marked the December meeting of the Irwin Rus- Club. Mrs. Rest M,ontfort; h'ostess fo" bhis koccasion fifteen members and guests were .present. The were Mrs. Eric Trevillion, Dorsey Trevillion, Mrs. Pat Mr.s. Jerry Foster, and Mary Stewart Jones. The meeting was held in the dining room at Asphodel O'clock followed by a at one. The festive deco'rati,ons and lighted tretched across the created the spirit of the season. Nolan McCraine was pro- chairman fo, r the occasion gave a very able and most esting account of the book, .rlnlage Through Hell" .by e Avinov. The book consists .rs. Avinov's account of the ItOMOCHITTO VALLEY IIISTOIHCAL SOCIETY RESUMES MEETINGS A meeting of the Homochitto Valley Historical Society was held recently at the Shamrock Inn in Crosby. The organization has been inactive f, or some time but every effort is being made to rekindle the interest that a, rca people have had in this group in the past. i Since the Homochitto Valley I ..... ,m Southwest Mssssppl is one of the earliest explored and settled areas in the state, there is here a wealth .of historical lore waiting to be discovered studied, and preserved. With this purpose in mind, a very interesting program was pre- sented by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Johnst, on of Woodville. They discussed Wilkinson C o u n t y structures of historical and architectu,ral interest. Their topic was highlighted by color slides which they made while st in Russia at the time doing research on the subject. X the peasants were retell- During the busincs,s session, alns.t the rich due to the officers were selected. They are: t and !nhum.ane treatment president, Mrs. Gladys Hol- lia to e was asked by the Krem- mel]bers selected are Ernesto a Write her experiences as nldeia Melvin Buss, Walker enber .... - - ' .... " and u. ne armocracy j Cadency, Jr, and Mrs. Patricia She of her life in Russia, but "" ".-2"'""--'"'  ........... efused for fear of roper- once for four months and again ssi0ns Not until after World II: when t ar ''e ;ame to f,r nine montho M::.ncAeVino d erlea i  finally escaped " "e [o Write 196:iti:he delde r later to Germany. r:al In ,soot, s ol I Mr,s. McCraine's fascinating Phe v-,=: '"" ......... [descriptions of the book made vflr .,,'-a,l OI 11 0 IZU I ........ COac bne sory come ;o llIe V. erned with Communist I " " . eP- . .... ons, lille At the conclusmn of this re ervy d with hatred and l  ' - Qa and no respect f.or per-l view the guests were served a h ' proper,ty. Both she and,0clicious luncheon of broiled 1,-husband Nika Avinov were chicken ,wild ,rice and peas, a 'el ' , ' , Y Watched an h r green salad, chess pe, salted ee. d e waLs a -, . t  more th n lnuts and coffee .- an six or seve , " endured torture and bru- The next meeting will be at and was finally shot to the home of Mrs. Peter Stockett. In a prison camp. She, who will serve as joint hostess Lf, Was arrested a couple with Mrs. Robert Redhead on and v,.as imprisoned December 14. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Ash. ] HUNDREDS ATTEND It was also decided that bi- monthly meetings will be held t EXTENSION CHRISTMAS on a rotating basis with mere- EXItIBIT IN NATCItEZ ber Homochitto area towns serving as hosts. These towns include C r o sb y, Centreville, Glostcr, Woodville, and Liberty. Among other things discussed at this time .was the reactivation of the "Homochitto Valley Lumberjack," official publica- tion of the organization, which, in the past, has been subsc,ribed to by .many including schools a,nd universities. Before adjourning, a show and tell time was held and those present each displayed and dis- cussed an antique or heirloom item which they brought f,or this part of the program. Those present ,representing Woodville were Mrs. Ray W. FaTr,ar, Mr. Erneso Caldeira, Mrs. Gordon L. Mor,ris, Miss Kathleen O'Fallon, Miss Louise Dittmann, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Johnston. The mem- bers attending from Centrevllle were Mrs. Sandra H. McKey, Mrs. Patricia Ash, Mrs. Kathryn Chapman, and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Rush. From Liberty, Mrs. Carrel Melton and Mrs. Champ Clark were present. Crcsby was ,represented by Mrs. Sarah H. Smith, Miss Elaine Smith, Mrs. L. H. Molloy, Mr. Dcron Petty, Mrs. Dia,nne Ogden LeBlanc, Mr. Wess Hughes. Mr. E J. McQueen. Miss Elizabeth Ogden. and Mr. Melvin Bruss. From Gloster. the following at- tended: Mrs. Beatrice D. Gore 1Vr. and Mrs. Raymone Huff Mrs. F. L. Beard, Mr. Wayne Havard, Mrs. M. K. Thurman Mr. Walker J. Carney, Mrs. Oneita W. Kollingsworth, Mrs. Gladys Hollingswort'h, Mr. Gone Easley, Mrs. Margaret Easley, and Mrs. Toni Smith. Present also were Judy Youngblood, IIh Mrs. Marie Inman is shown above with her exhibit of "cones and things" which she demon- strated recently in Natchez. Hundreds of people from Adams, Jefferson, Franklin and Wilkinson Counties toured the lcuse of creative Christmas ideas, held recently in the Na- tional Guard Armory in Natchez. They came for a pre-look at Christmas and to get ideas for ....... I making their own decorations, for the holiday season ahead. The yule season even featured Christmas decorations, orna- ments, and accessories for each r.com in the home, including Christmas lighting and gifts from the kitchen. Booths were filled with an ar- ray of creative ideas m.adc and exhibited by talented home- makers of participating coun ties. In addition to the display, homemakers gav demonstra- tions on how to make inexpen- Kitty Huff. Lisa Huff, Linda sire decorations. Materials used Molloy, Elaine Smith and Joy can be found in the woods. Lynn Smith. along rural roads and highways New members who were not and in your own backyard. present are Mrs. Lorraine Swag- Mrs. Marjorie White, Exten- geY.t and Mr. and Mrs. Joe sion home economist for Wilkin- Sumrow. Anyone interested in son County, assisted in planning membership is urged to contact and coordinating the one-day Melvin Bruss, Box 337. Crosby, affair. Wilkinson County booths Miss.. or Mrs. Mary Judice, Box and those responsible ,for ex- 217. Crosby, Miss. hibits were: Toys to Make: Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wall. ?r., of Hattiesburg spent Sunday visiting with his father .and ister, Mr. D. J. Wall and. Mrs. Ray Farrar. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, DEC. 6-8 41c _4 303 Jack & Bean Stalk SLICED BEANS 27c 33c Del Monte 303 can Stewed TOMATOES KLEENEX, 125's 2/49c 95c 2 oz. Lipton's INSTANT TEA oz. Hunt's OMATO PASTE 19c tOMATO SAUCE 2/29c COFFEE MATE S'/'I" Oz Hunt's  85C TOMATO JUICE 6/59c 1 O0 ft. ' '" GLAD WRAP 28c THE VARIETY SHACK Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 I UDC TO HOLD  ANNUAL GALA ! I The annual Yule party and Christmas tree trimming at, Rosemont, the Jefferson Davis home, hosted by the Wilkinson Ccunty Chapter Uniged Daugh- ters of the Confederacy will be on Sunday, December 16, from 3 to 5 p.m. Those invited to attend are all friends of the UDC's, those who participated in the pageant and the ball held at Pilgrimage time this year, and the faculties of the two private schools who assisted in the educational work of the organization. There will be a program of Yuletide music and refreshments appropriate to the occasion. Guests are invited to wear ante- bellum dress and bring one old fashioned Christmas tree orna- ment that might have adorned a tree of the 1800 period. Bailey, Mrs. Lee Carter. Mrs. Dave Carter; Cones 'n Things: Mrs. Marie Inman; Miniature Trees: Mrs. Leroy Smith. Mrs. Bill Hammack, Mrs. Dorothy SmiU]; P.01ydomes from Ch'ist- mas Cards: Mrs. Mack Dowling, Mrs. A. J. Johnson, Mrs. Keller Greer; Macho' Angels: Mrs. Anna Lewis. Mrs. Sadie Dal- court, Mrs. Mary Freeman, Mrs. Birdia Gregory, Mrs. Luberta Jones. Mrs. Dorothy McQuarter, Mrs. Alice Johnson, Mrs. Hattie Wlliams. CORRECTION We wish to correct an error which appeared in the Minutes of the Mayor and Roard of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- ville published in our last isuue. Through an error in this office the name of Alderman Ran Senko appeared, twice in the salary column of tte Light & Gas Fund. The correct item should have .read: Ran Senk,o, salary, $47.50. Our apologies for this mistake. Perry, and Mrs. Nina Stur- divant were in Woodville Tues- day on business. Perrytown News Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson of Woodville and their daugh- ter, Miss Martha Carol Johnson, of Baton Rouge, visited his mother. Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Saturday. Mrs. Mary Anders and Mrs. Emma Perry visited Mr. and Mrs. Everette Thompson m Fay- ette Friday. Mr, John Duggar Hazlip of Hazlehurst spent the week here and did some hunting. Visiting Mrs. Nina Stu, rdivant last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Studivant and son, Chip, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stur- divant and children, Annie and Chris, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson. all ,sf Natchez, and Mr. Clifford Cobb of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes of Litchfield, Michigan, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ph.aroah Ierr5 , and girls while they .were here vis- iting their families in Centre- vllle. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt la.st weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hayes and daughter, Kristi, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Thomas, Tally Roy Crumholt, and 1Yh'. and Mrs. A. J. Thibodeaux and son, Allen, of Bat,on Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Longmi're and children, Reid, Kavin and Dawn of Gloster, Mr. and Mrs. James Reeves of Cr0sbY and t heir daughter, Miss Joan Reeves of Natchez, visited Mrs. Pearl Johnson Sunday. Mr. Walte.r Cavln of Darring- ton community spent the day Wednesday with Mr and Mrs. Pharoah Perry while Mr Cavin was in Baton Rouge on business. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Havard of Baton Rouge and Mr. Rodger Perry, Mr. Stanley Perry, and Mr. Steve Bass of Natchez vis- ited Mrs. Emma Perry Surtday. Mr. and Mrs, James Anders and children, Kathy, Dell and Russ, of Natchez visited their I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders, Saturday. Mrs. Mary Anders, Mrs, Emm Farming Season Is Over- BUT Don't Put That Tractor or Baler Under The Shed! 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Fully equipped | Cadillac Coupe De VIII, and fully equtpped Mazda Sedans wUI be awarded before December 25, 1973 Not open tO contestants where participation m Prohibited. Contest subject o Federa State & Loci Laws and open to persons lS years or older. Prizes not transferable not refundable or re- m deemable in cash or cash va ue and awarded on national basis I Name | Address I City, State & Zip m C. M. Treppendohl & Sons, Inc. m Woodville, Miss. 39669 IiIll ling  iiiill ii1. , il Ilmm mm mlm ll imll  eim emil ulm im imi J Register In Any Department 2, %., :,., ,, :o :, ;,: :. :, :,. :,., .... ,,.., , .... , ............ ,,.,,