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b!' Page 2 Published every Friday by TheWoo dvilleRepublican Box 696, WoodviIle. Miss. 39669 John S. Lewis, Owner & Editor Subscription Rates: One year, $5.00 in Wilkinson County, $6.00 outside county. Six months. $3.00 in county; $3.50 outside county. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodville. Miss. 39669 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Woodville Republican is authorized to announce the fol- lowing candidates for office in the special election to be held on Tuesday, January 15. 1974: FOR SUPE RVISOR Second District J. T. FALKENHEINER GREEN B. MORRIS KATHLEF,N M. OFALLON SIDNEY STUART DANIEL W. WELLS Mrs. Nannie Ash spent several .days this week visiting her son and daughter-in-law, the Roy. and Mrs. Jhn L. Ash, III. and family in Pascagoula. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Hughes will "have as their uests Christ- mas Day their two sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. C onway Hughes and children of Vidalia. La.. and Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Hughes and children of Baker. La. Relatives visitin,g during the weekend and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Me- Key were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Taylor and family of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and Mrs. Jerry Boudloin of New Orleans. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee McKey of Jack- son. Centreville UDC members at- en fling he Christmas party meeting held in the horoe of Mrs. Otto J.ensen of Woodville on Tuesday of this week were Mrs, Etta Faye Duck. Mrs. Ora Mars,oils. Mirs. Ruby Neyland, and Mrs. Clara Cody. It's that time of year when homes are aglow u,itb lest!re decorations and sounds of Noel]ill the air.., a time to pause and think of our many u,onderfid]riends. Merry Christmas to everyone! FARMER'S EXCHANGE BANK The Woodville Republican, Woodville. M;ssisslool Friday, December 21, 1973 ...... i .ll i i , ................ ..... --'-----:-:--':--::--:--:----:--: - - MISS BARBARA SIMPSON 1GRANDDAUGHTER OF Cent re ville News WEDS JEFFREY McDANIELS [THE R. W. MITCHELTREES[To WED DECEMBER 22 Perrytown News This Week's Mrs. Janet Murray and chin Miss Bxrbara Simpson and Mr. dren. Desse and Sherri, were in Jeffrey Paul McDaniels ,were S p B k P ............................................................ united in marriage in a candle- Mr. and Mrs. 00rank Henry Natchez S00turday on bu0000ness U er an of Mrs. Wayne Peurciau and ROBERTSON-SIMMONS light setting on Saturday, De- Moses announce the engagement and visited her bloti]er-in-law th $265 00 comber 8. at seven o'clock in t.he cf their dauglter. Jenifer, o and sister. Mr. and Mrs. H B. Wet . Mrs. Roger West, overall chair- i RiTES IN BATON ROUGE evening at the Centrevllle Bop- Mr. Keith Eddins Wilkerson. son Huff. men for the PTC Christmas Mrs. Lela Hazlip visited her Bazaar. wish to thank the Be- I To .make their home in Ham- list Church. The Rev. Jimmy of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilker- zaar committees, the volunteer lmond , Louisiana, ate the newly- Simeon officiated at the double son of Huntsville Alabama. sister. Mrs. Sally Cobb, in Cros- Have your card workers, the merchants of Con- married Mr. and Mrs..George H. ring ceremony. The bride-elect is the grand- by last week. Mrs. Cobb has treville and the area, and every- Ro,bertson, Jr.. whose wedding The bride is the daughteT of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert been sick, and we wish her a punched flow to be one who contributed to making took place on Saturday, Decem- Mrs. Lonnie Simpson, Jr., of Wilson Mitcheltree of Centre- speedy recovery. the Bazaar a wonderful success, ber 15. at Douglas Avenue Bap- Centreville and the late Mr. ville and of Mrs. William Francis Mrs. Jewel Anders and her a winner! The weatller was fine, the bone- list Church in Baton Rouge. The Simpson. Mr. McDanlels is the Moses of Sarasota. Florida, and mother. Mrs. Emma Perry, ws- fits were generous, and they bride is the former Karen Lee son of Mr..and Mrs. John P. the late Bishop Moses. The pro- ited Mrs. Lynn McKlemurry in thank you, one and all. Simmons of that city. McDaniels, also of Centreville. spectlve bridegroom is the Field Hospital in Centrevllle We have a generous Those fvcm Centreville at- The two o'clock rites were The church was beautif, ully grandson of Mrs. Homer Eddins Wednesday. tending the old fashion Christ- officiated by t,he Rev. D. P. decorated with ,floor baskets of Vossburg and the late Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin of selection of torkeys mas tree party held ,at Rose- Woraham. filled wit'h red poinsettias and Eddins and of Mrs. Guy Wilker- Mars Hill community visited smoked hams hams mont in Woodville Sunday in- Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sim- greenery, and the altar rafts son of Lake and the late Mr. their son-in-law and daughter, geese ducks baking eluded Mrs. Etta Faye Duck and mons of Be.ton Rouge ,are the held red poinsettias and lig,hted Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Percy, chickens, turkey breasts, seven young singers, Misses bride's parents, and the bride- tapers. A graduate of Bradhaw High Thursday. A program of nuptial music School, Miss Moses has attended Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie a[[ kinds of nuts, fruit Penny and Ellen Caulfield, Lois:, g)room is the son of Mr. and Frazier, Jeanne Peele, Jay Caul-[Mrs. George H. Robertson, Sr., by Gary Graves preceded the Florence State UniveTslty and is Hazlip last weekend were Mr. field, and Benny and Jimmy[of Centreville. wedding, and immediately before now a student a Austin Peay and Mrs. T. E. Cram, holt and cake mixes Cristmas Peele. The ch.ildren helped trim] The bride wore an empire the ceremony the Rev. and Mrs. State University in Clarksville. son, Tally Boy, and Mr. and cafldies cheese and the tree and later joined with lgown fashioned of lutesong. Gone Richards sang "Wither Tennessee, where ,her major is Mrs. Steve Hayes and daughter, fruit cakes for your in environmental science. She Kristi, all of Baton louge. other ch,ildren in singing Christ-[The bibed-yoke bodice and long Thou Goest." is a member of Beta Beta Beta Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant Christmas feast! mas carols around the tree De-[tapered s,leeves were a,ccented The bride, given in marriage biology h.onorary .society. and children, Annie and Chris, licieus refreshments were served by overlays of Chantilly lace by her ,brother, Mr. Randy Mr. Wilkerson is a graJuate and Mrs. Theola Hazlip and All prices In this ad by the UDC lostesses for the and seed pearls. Heer shoulder- Si, mpson, of Natchez. was lovely of Butler High School in Hunts- Beverly of Natchez visited Mrs. occ.asion, length veil was attaohed to a in a white floor-length satin ville, Alabama, ,attended Flo- Nine Sturdiwant Sunday. are good through Fmily merrbers expected as band of miniature osettes. and .gown designed with empire rence State Unlverslty, and is We extend our sympathy to /ofldavr December 0_4. holiday guests in the of her bouquet was of stephanotis, bodice. Alencon lace and seed now a student at Austin Peay, Mrs. l.ritz Hazlip in the loss of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tolar are ir. Attending the ,bride was her pearls trimmed the long sleeves His major is industrial arts. her brother, Mr. Thomas Ed- We will be closed off and Mrs. Bill Dawrence of Lake sister, Mrs. Brian Brueck, of and ,sweetheart neckline and ex- The wedding will be an event w,ards, of Vidalia, who passed Crlsfma$ Day. Charles, La., Mr. .and irs. Baton Rouge, who was attired tended down the skirt, which fell o interest on Saturday, Decem- away Thursday and was buried C,harlie Reeves ,an4 f, amily of in blue crepe. The groom's fa- into a chapel train. Her .chapel- ber 22, at Trinity Episcopal Sa.turday in the family ceme- Downesville, La., and Mr. and thor served as best man. length veil of silk ill,usion was Church in Florence, Alabama. tory near Meadville. Those from Tender, Plump Mrs. Jerry Hill and children, Following the ceremony t,he ,held in place with a bow of Perrytown who attended the MAGNOLIA whhaverecentlymvedrmbridesparentsentertainedwit,h]satn.aceandpears.Shecar- funeral were Mr. and Mrs. I TURKEYS Arkansa ;o Centreville where a reception in their home. i r!ed a white Bible centered with Mr. and Mrs. Steven Urich Thomas Hazlip, Mrs. Nina Star- he is employed by the Kent Van a white orchid surrounded with and daughter, Michelle, of divant .and Mrs. Hazel Hazlip. Cleave enterprises. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary B. Ratcliff of Lib- xed sweetheart roses. Louisville, Ky., arrived here the Mr. Ronnie Kilgarlin of Be- 1 8 lb. average Joe Sassar of Laurel were recent erty and Miss Erma Butler of Miss Gall Sim,pson, sister of first of he week for a pro-cn Rouge was an overnight 59C Ib guests in the Tolmr home. Centreville spen,t Tuesday with the .bride, was maid of honor. Christmas visit in the home of guest of :his grandmother. Mrs. Arrving to spend he Christ- Clinton, La., relatives, and Miss Pamela Whittington their grandpa,rents, Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Hazlip, Tuesday. y mas holidays with their mother, Miss Peggy Wilson of Calves- was bridesmaid. Both wore floor- Claude Parkhurst. On Friday, Guests of Mrs. Pearl Johnson Whle Supp Lasts Mrs. J. J. Warren, will be Miss ton, Texas, was expected to or- gowns of red velvet de- Mr. and Mrs. Parkh,urst will last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warren of Coltmbus, South rive in Centreville this week for signec with empire bodice and have as their guesta Mr. and C.L. Johnson of Woodville, Miss I Washington extra fartc carolina, and Miss Jvann War- a Ch,ristmas visit with. her long 'sleeves. T'hey carried nose- Mrs. William Storm and dough- Mart,ha Carol J=ohnson of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. James red or yellow .large ren :of Jacksonville, Fla. mot,her, Mrs. R. V. Wilson. gays of red sweetheart roses ter, Miss Nancy Storm, of Baton Miss Erma Butler spent Tues- Mrs. W. L. Taylor visited re- with long streamers. Rouge. Reeves of Crosby, Miss Joan Delicious day vIiting with'Liberty friends, cently in New Orleans with her The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Reeves of Natchez, and Mrs. Miss Erma Butler, Mrs. David aunt and cousin. Miss Lillie Best man was Mr. Donnie Nickel, Mrs. Vernon Sims, 'Mrs. Cain and Mr.s. Mary Sanford. Bryant, ,and Mr. Charles Cools- McGe:hee had ,as their recent Davis, Longmire and hildren, Ethel Anderson, Mrs. Mildred A gr, eup of Cenhreville men by served as groomsman. Ushers uests Mr. ,and "Mrs. Roy Me- Reid. Cavin, and Dawn, and a McCurley and Mrs. R. J. Field spent from Wednesday of last were James Coghlan and John Gehee and Mrs. Mabel Mohair friend. Mr. Billy Dale Freeman. and son, Bob, of Manhattan, all of Gloster. were among those from Centre- week until Monday of this week Robe:rt Hedges. Ken., and Mrs. Maggie Thomp- Mr. Redder Perry of Natchez ville attendlrg the DA,R Silver on a very enjoyable deer and Little .Miss Susie Hedges wa son and M, rs. M. E. Cole of visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewel An- Tea given in .the Charles Camp- quail hunt ,at Junction. Texas. lower girl, and Master Kenny Gloater. ders Sunday. bell home on Highway 24 Sun- Making the trip vere Messrs. Boykin was ring bearer. day afternoon. Nolan McCraine, Buck Darden, The bride's mother was at- Mrs. C. 3. Richardson plates Donnie Nutt, Willis Drden, tired in ,an off-white afternoon to leave this weekend for Knox- Johnny Dan Dalton, Johnny dress with matching accessories, ville. Tenn., for a Christmas Greer and Wayne Pourclau. and the groom's ,mother wore holiday visit ,with her son-n- Only two .of bhem were lucky ,a pretty navy and white suit. law and daughter, Mr. and "Mrs.. enough to ,bag a buck, Nolan Their corsages were of cyxnbid- Joseph Schlatter, and family. I McCmine and Wayne l%urciau, ium orchids. The grandmoVhers of the bride and groom, Mrs. ' Emmett Klrkland, .Mrs. Vera 0L TIME Smith; and Mrs. Preston Me- and Employees Centreville, Miss. Daniels, were presented white carnation corse,des to comple- ment their wedding ,attire. Reception Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the Fellowship Iall of the church. T, he entertaining area was decorated ,with tall baskets of red poinsettias and holly, while the bannister rails le,ading to the hall were decorated ivy arid white wedding bells. Mrs. Iandy ,Simpson presided at the .guest register. The bride's table wa,s laid with a red lace cloth over white damask and was centered with a white poinsettia with cande- la:bra on each side whlc'h held May this holiday season bring tall white tapers. Mrs. Pat Coghlan, sister of tO you and yours the old fash. the bride, presided at the crys- toned spirit of Christmas. A tel punch 'bowl, while another sister, Mrs. Glenda Sessions, ,cut warm hearth, warm friends and a and served the beauti,f.ul col- season bright with warm holiday atoned weddin,g cake which was topped with a miniature bridal cheer. We would like to join in couple and red sweetheart roses, hv w;sh;n, the of you warmest Miss Donna Weems assisted in serving, .and rice bags were dis- holiday greetings! tributed ,by Misses Anita and Lisa H0dges. The bride's .aunt, SQUIRE SHOP Mrs. homa Harvey, of Liberty, directed the wedding. Parkmeadow Shopping Center Mrs. McDaniels chose for her g0ing-away costume a hand- Centreville, Miss. Phone 645-5511 'some off-white pants suit with matching accessories and wore the orCh'id 'from her bridal bou- quet. o.,.o,.,ow. THE SPOT Qut-of-town guests attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hedges, Houston, Texas; Presents Mrs. Eunice McDaniel,s, 6uey- dan, La.; 1Vr. ad Mrs. Leslie Rlchard, Branch, La.; Mr. and FATS DOMINO Mrs. R. L. Richard, New Orleans; Mrs. W. O. Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Robert An'derson, Mr. and Mrs. &udrey Clark, Mr, and Mrs. Saturday Dec 29 Travis Sanders, Mrs. James ! Coghlan, Sr., Peggy ,and Mark, Baton Rouge; Mr. W. M. Ewell, Aubtrn Uiversity, Ala.; Mr, Advance tickets go on sale at The Spot and and Mrs. James SmJtl, Jackson; Mr. and "Mrs. Robert Kirkland the Grill in Norwood on Friday, Dec. 21. and Bruce, Houma, La.; Mx. and ..... Mrs. Roger Sessions and Rh,anda, N Phone Reservations Accepted Bay Springs; Mr. an Mrs. " James Coghlan, Jr., Ferriday, Also we urge you to pick up your tickets for La.; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Slmp- son and Mehelle, N,aehez; and the Big David Houston Show which will be Mr. and Mrs. Thoma Harvey and .on, Tee, "Mrs. E. W. Kirk- feat u, red on New Year's Eve. lard, and' te 17, nd Mrs. " .... L APPLES 2 for 29c Florida Large Navel ORANGES ca. 10c PEPSI - COLA 1 V2 qt. bottle 39c NIBLETS 12 oz. cans 4 for $1 Blue Bonnet Margarine 3 lb. 89c Regular Ole South PIE SHELLS ea. 23c Armour PeeWee EGGS doz. 53c Henderson 5SUGAR lb. 67c (With $5 Purchase or More) Holsum Bake.N-Serve BREAD 16 oz. loaf 29c Parkmeadow Shopping Center Centreville