I was expecting there to be some sort of gimmick with the ten-second story title, the idea is solid but plays out to basically be 'give npcs a little backstory'.
How about 10 Word Story, a slightly longer version of the tradition of epic long names for bad guys (He Who must Not Be Named).
Fenris, his son is always running off to the Gypsies. 9 words, but any time Fenris interacts with the PCs they can ask where his son has run off to this time, or what mischief he caused with the Gypsies.
Mrs. Max, constantly mothers over the village kindly. 6 words, but it makes it known that this woman is constantly involved in village affairs, in a motherly fashion, which would include keeping scoundrels in line and watching children and such, but the addition of kindly makes it obvious she isn't a constantly harping harridan.
Max, always has an eye for women and what they are doing. 11 words, but the 10 word is a guide, not a goal or a limit. So Max will talk about what his wife is doing, what his daughter is doing, or what the ladies around the village are doing. he might very well know what the menfolk are doing, he just doesn't relate that. Maybe Max is the village match maker, maybe he doesn't talk about the menfolk because he is insecure, injured, or he might just be the village secret Casanova.
I thought this was good and it always nice to read an idea I am on board with, but I more on board with Scrasamax on this one in expecting some gimmick, trick it or meat to it.(as soon he finds out I am board he will be swimming to the next port). Yet you make a good point and give us a few examples on how to implement that point.
A in depth jungle village rife with adventure opportunities, I like the short physical description you give each personality within town, and how their own relations with each other are less then ideal making for more plot material for a Gm to work with.
In particular I like the setting neutral approach, making this sub work equally well in a fantasy setting (it's intended use I assume?) Or as a group of tribals living upon an unclaimed planet in a space faring sci-fi game, or low tech villagers in a post apocalyptic one.
Perhaps adding in a extra section with some specific plot hooks might be a way to further enhance this piece? (One of the PC's finding a romantic interest in this village and then grappling with the morals of their beliefs could make for a emotionally charged and interesting adventure, especially when the PC is unaware he is slated for the next Hunt.)