Newspaper Archive of
The Woodville Republican
Woodville, Mississippi
Lyft
December 21, 1973     The Woodville Republican
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 21, 1973
 

Newspaper Archive of The Woodville Republican produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




The W oodville Republican, Woodvi!le, Mlsstsslvl Pa 5 December 21, 1973 RQsetta News l tre00tm0nt and his p00rents their five oilier child,ten are i Glynn Harvester. son of Mr. planning an early Christina,s for and'Mrs Alton Ha!:veter isJhim Relatives, friends and ac- 0rae from St. Juries Hospitallquaintances from far and near is following extensivel are cntributing to the heavy We're glad to have the op- portunity to wish each and everyone of our friends the happiest of holidays. May Christmas bring the reali- zation of your hopes. BECKHAM'S ELECTRIC SERVICE :/ j // "!.. We wish you and your loved ones truly festive holiday season. It's a pleasure to greet you and to say thank you for your patronage. WOODVILLE PAINT & SUPPLY CO. expenses t.his fmily has had to bear and especially to this early Christmas celebration or their little one. Mr. D. N. Williams and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. T. A. Williams, shopped in Baton Rouge Saturday and he r etu,rned with her to the Williams home in Church Hill Sund,ay. Mr. and Mrs. John Cockerham ,and sons of Tequesta, Fla., ar- rived Saturd,ay to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross visiting their son and daughter- tiesburg and Mr. Darwin Kla LaUra of Woodville .are expected [you buy. If needles ar b',ittle in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert of Baton Rouge are visiting f, or a Christmas visit in the/and fall off e,aslly, look for a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. /fresher tree. The trunk should Smith, and family in West Point for Christmas. Ernest Klar. Jr., during the Mrs. Ronald McCabe and Christmas holidays. daughter, Kelly, formerly of Alexanctria La., are visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly ' and children and Mr. Virgil DON'T CAUSE A FIRE parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. turdivat of Ricgeerest. La., Forman. They have moved .to THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant, Baton Rouge. Mr. add Mrs. Edward Byrd and Christmas trees can be a The Rev..and Mrs. Herbert Charlotte of Natchez, Mr. 'and erious fire hazard when ex- home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant. be s,awed a,ff a.t least one inch above the ariginal cut and kept standing outdoors in a bucket of water until ready for deco- rating. Once inside, anchor the tree firmly in a spot well away fro;m heating un,i.ts, fireplaces, and exits. Keep your *ree in- Nettleton ,and d,au,hter of New Mrs. G,riffin Sturdiv,an of Lib- posed to dry indoor ajar. A good doors only ,as long as necessary, Orleans and Crosby visited Mr. erty, and Mrs. Judy McGraw and rule of thumb is to shake before and remember to water it daily. and Mrs. H. E. Smith Saturday. __ Cockerham in Gloster and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne and Cu,rtis Havard, during the Williams and son, Van, ,are vis- Christmas holidays, l iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. France Breedlove andi Joe Bryant, in Ferriday, La., Miss Darlene Speights visited I during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Marie Walters in Natchez I Mrs. Rita Huff of Baton Friday. I Rz.uge and Miss Marion Felter Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer,'cf Woodville visited r. and and childLren, Robin. Allen and Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr., Satur- Wanda. of Prairieville, La.. vis- day and Sunday. ited ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Living- Gordon Rymer, Saturday. st, on ,and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Liv- Mr. Rodney Murray of Ore- ingston and daughters, Amy and nada visited his father, Mr. Lacey, of Hammond, La., and Lucten Murray, the past week- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Livingston end. and sons, Craig and Collins, of Baton Rouge will have a holi- day family reunion on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and children, Glynn and Marcy, of N.atchez, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children of St. Fran- cisville, Mr. and Mrs. Monris Day of Baton, louge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ch,arlie Brabham, Jr., of Gloster will visit their moth- er, Mrs. Louise Day, far the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. William Ry,mer and children, Mr. and Mrs. John David Pullen :and daughter, and Mr. Barney Rymer, all of Natch- ez. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer and children of Pvairieville, La., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of Centreville, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Rymer and children will visit their parents, 1Vr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, during the Christmas holidays.. I Mrs. Margie Haygood of Hat-I 'Tis the season to be jolly! We .hoe your holidays are filled wi[h good cheer and lots of goid thil.s! Thank you so mt:ch for your patro::..ge th:oughot, t the p:tst year, C. & K. FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Inc. Centreville, Miss. Hwy 33 Phone 645-3041 Mrs. Mitchell Perry and her daughters visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe, in Cent,reville during her re- covery from an ,accident in her home. Mrs. Wesley Day of Jackson, La., and Mrs. Dean Padget and children and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Martin and son, ,all of Baton .Rouge, visited Mr. ,and Mrs. George Greer Sunday. Mrs. Grover Day visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J;oseph, in Natchez last week. Mrs. Charles Rymer and Johnny of Sumrall visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer Sun- day. Mrs. John David Pullen and daughter, Johanna. of Natohez visited her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer in Cen- treville Thursday. Mrs. George Greer and Mrs. Clarence Netterville of Centre- ville visited in P, ort Gibson the past weekend with Mrs. Oreer's brother, Mr. John Hauer, who was sick. He is recovering nicely, we are glad to say. Mr. and Mrs. Adrl,an Day and children of Natchez visited his mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Sat- urday .and Sunday. Mrs. E. L. For.man, Sr., and rs. Lloyd Forman, Jr.. and augh.ter. April, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Brown anti Mr. and Mrs. Riohard Murray in Baton Rouge Th,ursday. Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Smith are CATCHINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 Woodville, Bliss P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-8815 Jackson, Miss. Fire - Automobile Life - Bonds ()liver W. CHtehlnn. Jr. The Holy season is upon us ... may.it bless each of us with love and joy now, and in the year to come. Crain's Hardware "Across from Carter Co." Centreville, Phone 645-5842 We wish you great joy this C'hristmastide...may love and peace abide with you and yours all through the holiday season and in days to come. MARTENS DRUG STORE I I I I I Ell II I I I