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Friday, December 28, 1973 WCA CLASS OF 1963 ENJOYS REUNION The Cl,ass of 1963 of Woodville Attendance Center enjoyed a de!lg'htful reunion the past Sat- rd,ay, Decembex 22, ,for the enth anniversary of their grad- U'atlon. Nineteen members of the class and their spouses or dates gath- ered .at the home of Mr. ,and s. Dorsey Txevillion for the appy occasion, with Mr. Ray- end McKee as host. Later the o?tlP drove down to Club South e'. the BOrder to complete the venlng% entertainment. Attending the tenth reuni,on Wre : Frankie and Louise eacd) Constantine, B a t o n Uge; Lalte Cumbo, Denver, uio.; John .Curry, Jackson; "r0W, n Dooley, Jackson; Mar- et Flaccomio, Vicksburg; 'oY and Linda artness, ,,'oVllle; Raymond McKee, I Rouge; James and Cole ore, Woodville; Leigh and a. rlly Morris, Jackson; James a aCtha Ann (Phipps) Fore- ?] Jackson, La.; Nolan and c ae Stutzman, New Orleans; 1= and Shirley (Stutzman) a', St. Francisvllle; Bobby _ Usan Thomas, Gulfport; le Treppendahl, Jackson; bba and Lynn (Treppendahl) :lhur,, Demopolis, Ala.; Fred ne (Ward) Warren, Hat- FT. ADAMS CLUB IIOLDS CItRISTMAS PARTY AT THE RfSENBLATT HOME The Fort Adams Woman's C 1 u b enjoyed a delightful Christmas pary at the home of Mrs. Wm. F. Rosenblatt vn Wednesday, December 19. at which Mrs. H. L. Stutzman was co-hostess. Fifteen members wexe present for the happy oc- casion as well as four guests, Mrs. Richard Flaccomio, Mrs. Pat Cavin. Mrs. W. Brock. and Mrs. Tom Ford. Ckarming and festive r- rangements o,f Christmas dec- orations were noted throughout the reception ooms of the Rosenblatt home, adding to the warmth and holiday spirit of the occasmn. A delicious menu of holiday food was served at tables cen- tered with Yule reaths and lighted candles. Later the group w,as nvited into the den wl]ere Mrs. Rosen- blair read excerpts from Peter Marshall's Christmas sermon and a poem by Ch.ristina l- setta. Guests drew names for the annual gift exchange and a happy social hour was enjoyed by all. CERTIFICATION TRAINING PROGRAM -- Among municipal employees attending a recent profes- sional mprovement session at Hattiesburg were, from the left, M. K. Erdman, Deputy Assessor- Collector, Natchez; Rose Callena Green, Deputy City Clerk, Natchez; Margaret A. Gibbs, Deputy Clerk, Natchez; Frances Townsend, City Clerk, Woodvilie; and Jeff Miller, Clerk, Assessor, and tlesbrg; James Williams and Barbara Wporsh.am. Baton Rouge; TIMBER SALE James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., forest ma,nagement specialists, i =olilts bids on 72,500 board feet pine sawtimber and 27,000 board feet hardwood sawtimber, Doyle scale, on 40 acres in MeCtion 30, Tdwnshlp 6 North, Range 8 East, Lincoln County, i=issippis Sealed bids on a lump-sum basis must be received by James M. Vrdarnan & Co., Inc.; P.O. Box 423, Brookhaven, Miss., not later th0n 10:00 a.m. on 10 Janucry ]974. Write for prospectus Irookhoven, Miss., or callr c0ntact833.8834.Joe A. Kuse, P. O. Box 423, jJes M. Vordaman & Co, Inc, Standard Life Building, kCon, Mi " " " " ' 0::2 SSlSSlppI. Telephone number 601-354:3123. Branch i. A',ces at Hattlesburg, Laurel, Brookhaven, Meridian, Bogalusa, ' |exandria, Ruston, and Jackson, Ala. UP TO DATE WITH WCCA On Thursday,. Friday and Saturday of last week the WCCA cagers participated in the Thomas Jefferson Christmas tournament. The Woodville boys were downed in their first game of the ourney by Thomas Jeffer- son. Down by 20 at one point in the game, the Rams cut the lead to ,only 3 points in the third quarter and lost by only 6 points -- a valiant effor.t by the local five. The Rambler girls, defeated Franklin County Cougars 44-21. Wood,rifle scorers were Renee Inman 10, Billie Ann Wilcox 15, Ellen Sessions 11, and Checyl William and Faye Woods, Natch- ez; RicHard and Dorcas (Woods) Tomlinon, Wilson, La.; ,and Mrs.. Charles Cumbo, Mr. Gordon Morris and Mrs. Curtis Williams. The Woody;lie gen,,hl;ean. Wood,;llo M;ssissiooi Collector, Crystal Springs. The program in con- ducted by the Cooperative Extens,ion Service, Mississpp' State University in cooperation with the Mississippi County Clerks, Assessors and Collectors Association under the Intergovern- mental Personal Act Program. MSU is, the third University in the nation to offer this accreditation program for municipal officials. Perrytown News Sun'lay guests of Mrs. Nin.a Sturdivant were Mr. and M.rs. Mack Sturdivant and children, Annie and Chris, Mr. and Mxs. Billy Sturdlvant, Mr. Bob Bu- sick, Mr. and Mrs. Gary H.utson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thomp- son, all of Natchez, Miss Mary Am Johnson of Ole Miss, and Mrs. Sidney Johnson and daugh- ters of Rosetla. 1Vrs. Hazel Hazlip is spending the Christmas holidays with her son and daughter-in-lw, 'Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hazlip, and sons in Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and child,ten, Butch and Paxn, are spending the h, olidays in Texas with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mar,tin Shorey. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders last weekend were 1'. James Anders and son. Del, ,of Smith 8. High for the Cougars was Sherri Terrell with 10. With this victory the Ramblerettes advanced to Friday night ac- J tion, playing Thomas Jefferson, I the host team. Woodville again won. with a score of 44-24. Renee Inman netted 19, followed by B. A. Wilcox with 1O. The finals, played on Satur- day night, pitted the Ramblexs ag, ainst their rivals, the Centre- vflle Tigers. The Rambler girls were once again victorious, soundly defeating the Tigers 34-20. Pence Inman aneahed 13, B. A. Wilcox 12, and Cheryl Smith 6. High scorer fr Cen- treville was Myrna Reyn,olds with 10. This win gave the Ramblers first place honors in the girls' division of the ournament and they received a beautiful trophy for their efforts. In addition, three Ramblers, of six girls cho,en, were selected for the all- tournament team. They were Renee Inman, Billie Ann Wilcox and Ellen Sessions, who were presented, trophies at the end of the competition. After the holidass, the Ram- blex girls Will participate in the Franklin Bounty tournament. Natchez, Mr. Clyde Nettles and Mr. Willi, am Nettles of Wilkin- son, Mr. Shad Perry and son, Rodgex, and Steve Bass of Natchez, and Mr. Thomas Perry, also of Natchez. Mr. Julius Leake o[ Jackson and Mr. Clarence azlip of Ba- on Rouge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hazllp. Mr. and Mrs. John Dugga Hazlip and daughter , Hazlehurst holidays doing some Mr. and dant .am visited thei Sturdivant,', Thursday. Mrs. Emma Perry is Spend- ing the Chrlstnms holidays in Natchez with her son-In-law and daughter, Mr. .and Mrs. H, B. Huff. ir. and Mrs Pharoah Perry and children, Phillis ,and Lyn- cia, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Hazltp in Natchez Sunday. FORESTER TRACY SMITH ATTENDS TRAINING SCHOOL County Forester Tacy Smith ,of Woodville was among 27 Mis- sissippi Forestxy Commission employees completing a five-day Instructor's Training School held December 1O-14, at the Re- search and Development Center in Jackson. Sponsored by the Forestry Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Serv,=! Be Sure--- ---In=ure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362 Woodville to(3 r  Commission In cooperation with l of its personnel. the Division of State and Prl- rate Forestry, U. S. Forestry Service, the school was designed to give comprehensive training to employees with public rela- tions duties in the latest meth- ods of instructing and public speaking. Smith, a graduate forester, heads all Forestry Commission activities in Wilkinson County. The school was a part of the Forestry Commission's continu- ing program of training to in- crease and maint,ain efficiency Mr. and Mra. Lounie B. Owens and children. Rickey :rod Sylvia, of Jackson are visiting his mobher, Mrs. Audrey Owens, and his sister, Mrs. John McKey, and family. Mr. and Mrs Lee Morris and family had as guests during the Ohristmas holidays tis sister, Miss Mary Margaret Morris, and a friend. Mis Nancy Clarkson, of ClcwisLon, Fla. AFTER ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SALE Begins Friday, Dec. 28 V3 OFF on All Fall and Winter Merchandise Velmds Dress Shop Main Street  Woodville Wayne Walker's book "Corn on the Cob" can be purchased only at Wood's in Woodville This is a limited first edition, = NewOrleans ,'00IgMlglg00Mlglglg00l A GIFT in Street Greetings to all our fine patrons! Here's ' hoping the New Year really gives you something to celebrate! Season's best wishes from all of us at THE VARI[T WOODVILLE, MISS. FROM BUTTS & YOSTE will be cherished through the years @ Diamonds iF Silver  China % Crystal * Watches Enter the French Quarter lifestyle--your room will e an adventure in gracious living; overlooking a secluded patio where a sparkling swimming pool beckons. Stay in the French Quarter Exquisitely furnished rooms and suites-king and queen sized beds, color TV, complimentary newspapers at your door, free local phone calls, free enclosed parking, complimentary Continental Breakfast. 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