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Page 8 , Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wall, Jr.,I Mr. and Mrs.. George Berry of Hattiesburg spent last week- , I spent last Sunday in New Or- end here visiting .his father, Mr. t leans with Mr. J, ohn Robert D. J. Wall. Lessley, who underwent surgery "" nd Mrs J D "-'i'- I recently at Ochsner Foundatien lvir. a .... w m ers  "" 1 spent several days recently inl Hospim. Carrabelle, Fla., .and visited 1VLrs. i ........ Brown Litton I Mr. and Mrs. uiyae woos ieI Iby plane last Saturday for a Friends are glad to know that/visit ,ith their son-in-law anc Mrs. John Brondum was a,ble to/daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Wyndel return home on Monday of thistSP ell, at Sierra Vista, Arizona. week following wo weeks' hos-' pitalization at Field Memorial. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins pent last Sunday and Monday in Ja.ckson. While there they visi, ted with Mrs. A. D. Bark- halter. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cortel- you and dauphter, Katherine, of Beaumont, Texas, spent last Friday through Sunday visiting here in the home of her parents, Mx..and Mrs. Ed Smith, and fmily. Reent guests in the home of the Roy. and Mrs. O. B. Beverly were their son ,and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beverly, nd daugh,ter, Ether, of Mobile, Ala. .Miss Jane .Day, student at Northwes,t Louisiana Univer.dty, and her friend, Miss Sukoshi B.anis,ter of Austin, Texas, stu- dent .at the University of Texas, visited here for several days the first of ,the week in the John Day family home. ! IIIIII I III I iiii i ll'I I'I I III III QUALITY BEDDING by Sealy and Spring Air. Innerspring Mattresses in twin full, queen and king sizes, with matching box springs. From $39.95 each. We also stock the famous Sealy Posturepedic mattress. Roll Away Beds with foam mattress in twin and 4 foot sizes. Baby bed mattresses. Feather and dacron pillows. Mattress Protectors in washable cotton. Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. The Woodville Republican, m , , , _ -, Mr. Terry Clingan :azad Mr.' Gary Danfo.rd .of E1 Dorado, Texas, left Monday after visit- ing sever,l .days here with f.am- ily members and friends. Mr. and .Mrs. John Edward Clingan and childlen of Hitch- cock, Texas, visited ,recently in ' :, the home of his parents, Mr. .,[bl and Mrs. Roy Cli,ga.n, and ith  1 other relatives. ,lqi , St. Joseph's PaJrish Council officers elected last Sunday were j Mr. Sylvester D'/quila, presi- dent; Mr. Mike Logan, vice- president, and Mr. Carl D'Aquila, Jr., secretary-treasurer. Mr. ,and Mrs. Barney Prker, Jr., are leaving this week for K.issimmee, Fin., after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Barney P.rker, St., in Crosby. Mrs. L. B. Wtt of Baton Rouge and her daug.hter and grandson, Mrs. Judc Osten and Clarles, who have been visiting in Baton Rouge from their home in ,C,alifornia, visited here last weekend in the home .of Mrs. Watt's mother, Mrs. Charles McGehee, an.fi Miss Mary Mc- Gehee. The birthday .calendrs spon- sored by ,the Patron,s League of WCCA have gone to press, according to atn anrm.uncement tab week by the president, Mrs. John D. MeCraine, and delivery is expected in about six weeks. The delay in printing was caused by the late arrival of pictures to be used on the calend.ars, she added. Messrs. Wettlin Treppendahl and Jerry Foster vacationed last week with a former Ole Miss roommate. They pent from Sunday th.rou,h Tuesday visi.t- ing Mr. Jack S,tubbs a,t ,his: home in Iolly Springs ,and then a c- c.ompnied him ,to Atlanta, Ga., to v,ist for a few .days. Mr. Treppenda.hl returned, ho,me on Sun,day while Mr. Foster went on to ;Hartfo,rd, ,Conn., where he will spend six weeks, at an in- surance school. BIRTHS Mr. :and Mrs. ttenvy Nettles announce the birth of he.ir second child .and second son, Henry Leroy, Jr., on Sunday, January 7, a,t Jeffers.on Davis Hospital in Natchez. II|llllllllllllilllllllllllllllllillllllllllllglllllllllllillililllllll Bonnie Baker Twin Pack Gala POTATO CHIPS 49c TWIN TOWELS 49c Welch 3 Pack Piggly Wiggly 32 oz. GRAPE JUICE 37c TOMATO CATSUP 49c Bonnie Baker SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 49c BANANAS lb. 10c Bonnie Baker, gallon Chunk VEGETABLE OIL $1.89 SLAB BACON, lb. 75c Prime  ANTIFREEZE, gal. $1.59 CHICKEN PARTS Plain or Iodized Breasts 69c lb. MORTON SALT 2 for 20c Piggly Wiggly 6 oz. TOMATO PASTE 2- 29c Piggly Wiggly 303 FUT COCKTAIL 2- 59c S;okely GATORADE, quart 37c Kraft Cheese 15 oz. PIZZA MIX 3 for 99c Thighs 59c lb. Drumsticks 65c lb. Wings 29c lb. Supertaste PORK SAUSAGE 3 lb. or more HAMBURGER lb. 75c lb. 49c "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK WOODVILLE, MISS. , Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! WE RESERVE TIlE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Woodville, Mississippi The "Old Timers" shown above finally found the mallard's laughing place last weekend, and with a bit of help from some young sprouts baggeda limit of ducks. Left to right they are: Ye Olde Editor John Lewis, Dick Smither and Charlie Seal. A cold, blowing rain not only added to the pleasure of the trip but also contributed to the hazy photograph shown above. -Holiday guests in the home of day. Mr. ,and Mrs. James Perry were Mr. ad Mrs. Robert Smith their children, Mr. ,and Mrs. and daughter, Dawn, visited ,his Eugene .Howell and son, Dust[n, of Morgavr City, La., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, Jr., of Zalchary, La., ,and Miss Jan Perry of Baton, Rouge. Other guests visitin,g durin,g the h,oli- days included Mr. Roger Nettles of Wood.ville, Mr. WaSter Lane- hart and Mrs. Beatriee Perry of C.rosby, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hinton and Beth of Gloste,r, Mr. and Mrs. Oharles, Hinton .nd Tracy of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Willis. 'Hinton of Houston, Texas, Mr. and ,Mrs. Bob Ash- ley of Cr, osby, and Mr. an.d Mrs. Javes ,Bailey of Woodvflle. Mr. Clifford Morp:hy of New Orleans, who had been spending last week at the Wallace home here, entered Field Memorial I Hospital on Satu;rday. We wish pare,n,ts, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smi.th, for New Year's weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tommle Smith and .son, Michael, of Zachary, jnined them on Sunday, 'returning lome Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Mthis vsited her son-in-law alnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hinson, in Natohez for several days. ,Mr. and lYrs. James Living- ston of Hammond, L&, and Mrs. Craig Livingston of Zachary, La., i visited their mGther and grand- mother, Mrs. Bob Keller, Sat- urday. r. and Mrs. Micky Per,ry and .daughters vild'ted her pc,rennets, Mr..and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe, i in Centreville Friday. Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., and daughte,r, April, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray, Mr. and J Mrs. Sammy Brown and Meg, land Mrs. Pat Huff in Baton ] louge from Tuesday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant I him a quick and complete re- ooyery. Rosetta News and so:n, David, Mr. and M, rs. Mrs. J.ames Rymer and sons,. Edward Byrd and daughter, Lionel and Lyle, ,and Mrs. Jake Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd of Natchez visited Mr. and. Hardey Byrd of Natchez, Mr. Mrs. Gord,on. RFmev ,and Mr. 'and Mrs. ufus George of Ox- and Mrs. Cur.tis Sturdivant isst forct comm.unlty, .and ,Mrs. Mike Thu.rs.day ..... I McGraw and daugh,ter of Wood- ,rs. Bobby: L. Williams and ville visited. Mr. and .Mrs. Tom- daughter, Lori, of St. Amant, mie G. Stur.divant Sa,turday. La., and Mrs. h:thlie Williams The Rosetta MY.F, met Sunday ,of G0nzales, La., visited Mr. and afternoon at 5 octo.ck at he i M,rs. Edward 'L.. FGrman, Sr., the --- i .past vceekend. , Vrs. Lou{se Dy 'visited her son-in,-law and .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C:lyde Priest, in t. Francisville, La., for several d, ays the past week.. Mrs. Carey Benryhilt of Natch- ez and Mrs. M. R. Greet of Vi- ala, La., vbi,ted their mother nd sister, Mrs. Bertha Stewart and Miss Norma I-lav.ard, Thurs- day. Mrs. Jimmie Haygood. Jr., of Pasca,g, oula visited her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., t for the lew Year's Weekend. iVrs. Lr.ry Den ham of Gon- zates, Ia., Vsited her aunt, Mrs. France Breedlo've, Stuvcay. Mr. and .Mrs. Joh.n C. Cocber- harm and sons of Tequesta, Fla., visited 'her mother, Mrs. Cur,tiss Haz/avd, and  tVr. avard last week, returning home on S,lr- by H. EmersOn Berryhill America .has ,come a }ong way. Still, what the future holds in store for his gre.t country of ours is dim ,and cannot be fore- told. , ' Why success? Why have we growa, ,advanee and prospered 'these past 270 years? In 1627 the group of Pilgrims, :before boardi,ng he iVIay.flower, drew up a ,compact which was begun wi.th 'these words: "In the name of God. Amen." Could ,bis be the key to our country's success? I wonder how many business- me ,today ae making deals, how many treaties are be{ng sought n,d rd, tten, how many ndetaktngs are begu,n without any thought given o God. "In, the name of God. Amen." If .this r.ust was esenti.al o our Pilgrim lahers, iS' it still essentia!,, te. mecterri": America? OUR '. Ug*HT TO :E1VIEM- RER: ht+ lastiig {iS ,accom- plish, el ihUt God.: = BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Friday, January 12, 1973 church. The president called ,the meeting to order, and after the roll was called they .discussed plans for a new projeot for .the church, iVrs. Keller Greer, heir counselor, explained ,a play the member pla o attend in Natchez on January 26. I ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Now In Progress on All Fall and Winter Merchandise Velmds Dress Shop Main Street -- Woodville Planters 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! "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" I I II Ill I IIII II II nlll I III I I I Save two ways on your time purchases: get the cash-on-the-barrelhead pace and Iowe.r:rate " financing wflh a busmesshke bank loan. Pay only the lowest cash price for th things you buy.., with money from a low-interest-rate loan at  this bank, {