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January 5, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 6 Young Ken Habi:g has been spending part of the holidays in Magnolia with his grandpa,rents, Mr. and Mrs. Quenti.n Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. DeSton Moore left Mond`ay for Memphis where he will enter the University of Tennessee Medical Unit. Dr. Richard Pharos of St. Petersburg, Fla., ,sgen.t Christ- mas week here with hLs parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pharos. O. K. Feguson, III, of Lake Charles, La., visited here during the holidays with his fathetr, Mr. O. K. Ferguson, and o,ther fam- ily members. Friends are pleased to learn hat Mr. Clarence Lanehart has been moved from" the in ten,siva care unit at Touro Infirmary in New Orleans, where he under- went surgery on December 19, and is reported to be doing very well. Mr. Jerome Wall :of Hammond, La., spent several day,s last week visiting here with his rand- father, Mr. D. J. Wall, Sr. Miss G i n g e r Treppendahi joined a goup of friends to ,attend the Blue Bonnet `Bowl game in the Astrodome in Hous- ton, Texas. Miss Lisa Argue spent the ,holidays in Abbeville, La., vis- Iting her sister, Mrs. E. P. Putnar, :and family. Mrs. Put- ham rturned to Woodville w`i,th her to visit for a few days with Miss Argue and their sister, Mrs. Roy Cox. Pv.t. Wyndel Spell of Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Arizona, spent the holidays here with his wife and their families. Mrs. Spell, .who completed her studies at W CCA at the end of the fi,rst son, ester, accompanied him back .to Arizona, where they are now making their home. # I III II I I I CHAIRS and ROCKERS Occasional Chairs for the living room in wing back, Italian provincial, and traditional, in pairs or singles. rFI00 Recliners and Rock-A-Loungers in fabric or Naugahyde covers. Te[I City Rockers with plain or cushioned seat. Swivel Rockers and Chairs. Ladder Back Chairs. Porch Rockers in Genuine cane. High Back Slat Rockers. Furniture & Electric Co. The Woodville Re King Size CHEER Detergent $1.25 Young Joanie and CharIie Netterville of Bton Rouge spent the New Year's ,hol`iday here with their grandparents, Mr. and iVrs. Louis Netterville. Miss Toni Jones of Meridian has ',been a guest in the hone of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., and family during the holicays. Dr. and Mrs. Dan Reneau, Jr., and two children of Ruston, La., visited here with ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reneau, du$- ing the holidays. Miss Susan Whetstone spent the New Year's weekend visiting friends in, West Point and the middle of the week in Okolona with her grandmother, Mrs. Clifford Savag, e. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Anderson pent the New Year's holiday weekend in Ethel, La., with their son-in-law and da,ughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heir.tzler, and d, aughts, Liz and Lynme. Miss Susie Wayne Spillman, student at LSU, spent the New Yar's holiday ,in New Orleans with friends after spending .the Christmas holiday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. ,W. Spillman, and family. Mr. Prentiss Carpenter and sons, Bucky, Scotty and, Dale, of Marrero, La., visited here uring the New Year's holiday with the boys' maternal grand- mother, Mrs. I-Iarry McGraw. Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl was scheduled to enter Touro In- firmary in New Orleans on Thursday of ,this week or stir- gory. We extend best wishes to her for an .early. recovery. Mrs. T, cm Roland has been vis,iting in Jackson in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mc- Neely ,while Mr. McNeely has been hospi.talized there. We: hope that he will soon be fel- ing much better. Mr. Orla O. Roberts and chil- dren, Sally, Guy and Jamsie, of ltCemphls, Tenn., were. holiday guests .in the. home of his moth- er, Mrs. Allen Wood, and, 1YLr. Wood. The Rev. and Mrs. J. I-L Cameron had as their guests at .the Methodist parsonage dtr- ing the holidays his sister, Miss Mary Cameron, of Pembroke, N. C., and wo grandchildren, Elizabeth An smith and Harry Smith of Burns. Franco American Chicken GIBLET GRAVY 15c ubllcan, Woodville, FROM THE LIBRARY The LibraTy is the best source of combatants to e After- Christmas-Doldrums. Men con- fined by rlny weather can rope lions in the Grand Canyon, chase whales in Aushralia, or hike through De:th Valley -- with Zane Gray. George Reiger has selected Gray's best hunting and ts,hing tales for this com- memoration of his cen.tennial year. Many people do not realize tha,t the great writer of we'ste,rn sagas was firs.t and foremost a great sportsman -- whose in- incvedibl,e hunting and fis,hin,g tales are .true. "The Founding Fther's Ben- jam,in Franklin, a Biography in, His Own Words" is another new book that will ,appeal .to men. This pieces out Franklin's Auto- biography which as not fin- lshed at his death, using his looters and ample illustra,tlons to ,illuminate the latter part of his life. It' is edited by Thomas Flemirg. Guests during ,te 1,%tter par, t of the Christmas holidays in the home of their ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plitt, were Mr. and Mrs. Erl, Jr., of Gul*f- port and Mr. 'and Mrs. Mil.ton Pl` of Jackson. : lriends re glad to know .that Mrs. J. A. Massey was able to rturn to her home here on Tuesday of bhis week following hospitalization a.t Jeff Davis Memorial in Natchez for treat- ment of a broken hip. We trust that she con.tinues ,to recuperate satisfaetGrily. Mr. and Mrs. Joh Day and, their son-in-law ,nd daughter, Mr. :an,d Mrs. Steve Gerhar.t, entertained, with open house on Saturday afternoon, December 30. Friends froth WoodviHe joined a number of their friends from Bator,, Rouge to enjoy a tour of their new residence here, tle Carnot Posey home, and Ctristmas delicacies served with eggnog. Guests for the Christmas holi- days, in the home o$ Mrs. Ray W. Farrar were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas and family of Louiswille, Ky., and ir..and Mrs. Bobby Thomas ami son of Gulf- port. Joining the family fo Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. :Wade arid Wendell Wade of S. Franctsvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Gil Jafee of New Orleans. Prior to reporting for active duty in the Judge Advocate General's Corps ,in the United States Army at Fort Gordon Georg`ia, Jim Rosenblatt visited during .the holidays in .the home of his parents, Mr. anct Mrs. William F. Rosenblatt. Miss Lauren Vn ,Buskirk of Fair Lawn, New Jersey, was also a gues i the Rosen, blair home during Chntstmas week, `Mrs. Fred Ohapman was clled to Little Roch, ..Ark., Tuesday afternoon to be with her mother Mrs. 'Robert Graham of Moscow Ark., who ,had spital surgery in Little Rock Bsptis.t Medical Ce.n.ter Wednesd`ay morning. Her host of 'rfnd in this, her for- mer home, send lbest wis,hes eco Mrs. Grahazn for an early and Mississippi Friday, January 5, 1973 Mars Hill News Vist,ting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith and son of Zachary, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Rober.t Smith and daughter of Starkville. 1Vrs. Russel Ford of Woodville and her daughter, Mrs. Ronald Black, and children of Baton Rouge, spent Sunday night here at her home. Sunday guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Wal, ter Cavin were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and children of Ba- ton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith of Zachary, La., and Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Smith of Stark- villa. We are glad to knew that Mr. and Mrs. Jennlngs Cavin are at home ain after spencting a while in aton Rouge. Mrs. J uantta Ashley and her d`aughter-in,-lw, Mrs. Arlbe V. Ashley, of Roanoke, Va., vksi,ted Mrs. Jenn,e Arnold Friday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Arlie V. Ashley and three sons, of Roanoke, Vs., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ashley dtring the Christmas holidays. Mr. Ashley is a Chief Petty Officer in .the Navy, presently serving as Zone Supervisor of Naval Recruiting in Western Virginia. Guests on Sunday and dring the weelend of Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ashley .were Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grrison of Baton Rouge and Mr. Aaron Ashley of Glos.ter. We send be, st wishes for a quick .recovery to Mrs. Cla,ude Johnson, who ,has flu. We hope she .will soon be feeling fine Mr. and `Mrs. Verlis Perry en- joyed having all of their chil- dren with them for .the holidays, including Mr. a,nd` Mrs. Ronald Peltry, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackson of Zachary, La., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Boykin of Morgan City, La., and Mr. and 'Mrs. Kermit Shell of Roxie, and other friends dttring .the week. Lt. and Mrs. Gregory Gonda and their small son, Michael, who are stationed at the Royal Air Force ,Base in, Alconbury, England, and her sister, Miss Nanette Lanigan of Memphis, Tennessee, visited here in the home of his paren,ts, Mr. and' Mrs. George Gonda, ,a'nd Tim during the holidays. L E T T E R S heek stubs. In gove,nmenalee I this means Federal Insurance To The Editor lContributions Act or, in p,iain I tnglish, to most of us i.t means 1227 Kensington Drive ! o ' i, Iigh Point N C 27260'S eml Secur ty. December 26 1972' Unde the 1972 amendments to . . , . : " ' I Social Security, the rate of .the Ivlr. do:nn LeWlS , ,, ,, I worker s conitrlbutlon .was in- The WoodviHe Republican ]creased from 5.2 per cent to 5.85 Dealt Mr. Lewis: Iper cent, on the first $10,800 of It is ,with appreciation that I earnings in lieu of the first write Lo you and your paper. $9,000. In dollar and cents, that You afford absent Woodvillians means that the worker who paid art opportunity to voice heir the maximum of $468 last year concern for the future of our town, and in particular, our unique Cmrthouse. Woodville is a town of historical treasures, and, hopefully, this one will be restored rather than just simply remodeled. In hing progre,slve, the town need n,o.t lose sight of i'ts valuable ra6itions. Sincerely, Mrs. Drew Pierson LOCAL1SMS (Continued from Page 1) headaches not caused by any New ear's Eve revelry or .symp- tom of illness, but, rather, by their newly-shrunken paychecks which will decrease even more this year and iin years to come d, ue to tax increases. Taxpa:cers will n, ote this higher price tg -- a 19,72 gift from Congress  in that little space marked "FICA" on their will be clipped for $631.80 in 1973 And tha,t, of course, is not all. With each ensuing year either the maxi:mu,m earnings taxed or the tax rate, or 'both, will con- tinue ,to escalate as "benefits" to recipients increase In fact, in 1975 a cost-of-living scale tak,e.s effect wi,th automatic in- creases built in. Epests predict that the rates will double before the end of the current decade. This .is just another example of the inevitable runaway high cost of federal intervention in and experimen.tation with the basic economic laws of a fee entc,rprise system There isn't as much harm in things going in one ear and coming out the other as .there is in things going in one ear, getting all mixed up, and then coming' out one's mouth. PI0nters Hardware, Inc. REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU'RE A DOLPHIN OR A REDSKIN FAN... You'll enjoy the Super Bowl Game more with a new Zenith Color Television. We have in stock two 25" and one 23" Zenith Super Chromacolor TV's which we are offering this week as Super Bowl Specials at prices which will save you big money. See them today! " li Qua ty Merchandise Reasonably Priced" ! [ I  I The cost of credit 2-Roll pkg. Kleenex B/room TISSUE Welsh 4 oz ..... ,.,.,,,,.GRAPE JUICEDel Monte303 4 3 for 57Cfor , ANTI-FREEZE, gaI.Piggly Wiggly 10 count $1.59 l croat,,, 1.00 BISCUIT, 10 for 69c Parkay Kraft quart MARGARINE, lb. 37c MIRACLE WHIP 49c Ballantine by H. Emerson Berryhill Kelley's No. 303 CHILI No Beans Uncle Ben's 5 oz. Brown & Wild RICE Trappey's N,o. 21/2 SUGAR SAM YAMS REYNOL.D'S WRAP Daytime PAMPERS, 30 ct. DeJ Monte Chunk complete ,recovery. Mlss Sharo 2for 65c Lt. TUNA, V2*s 2for 95c motherweeks(rahaminandhaSArkanss'famlly.spent the, wl.thPaSt tWOher {S part of the cost of living Prime formost of us. 2 for 98c 71c 38c 25c BEER, 6 12-oz. $1.09 Chunk BOLOGNA lb. 49c 3-5 lb. with brisket SPARE RIBS, lb. 69c Straight SPARE RIBS, lb. 75c Super Taste Pure BEEF FRANKS, 12 oz. 69c 5 lb. Box CHICKEN BACKS 59c "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK WOODVILLE, MISS. .a $1.53 Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. We read again eeeently abou% the Seven Wonders of the World. Of all these great and wonder- ful things, only ,the remains of one, the Pyramids: of Egypt, are stsmding. ,At.tar a description of each of 'the Seven Worders, hese words appear: Destroyed ir wars, or no trace remains. I wonder hew wonderful they really were to have gone he way of ,time and no longer exist on the face of the earth. Ther e a. raan,y wonders of the world .that exist day fter day. These wonders are love dedicati'0n, concern, loyatty, and a hundred oher virtues that charaoteriZe mankind. Instead, of diminishing, these grow and make life wonderful for others. O,U THOU6EHT TO EMEM- BEI:: Oive lasting q.ual.ties to, others; 0nly these em, ain, " BERRYIIHL UNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 f/ - WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon 0ur loan customers get good deals on money they rent fromus. ..... When you pay only the low interest rate that we charge, you have more money left to buy things for better living.