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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslssippl Friday, January 19, 1973 m i, i m -- m . -- iVir. Jackie Withers of Ray- mond spent last weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Withers. The annual congregational meeting and dinner of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be held next Sunday following the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Carte of Chicago, Ill., spent last week- end in the home of his uncle :and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hblg. Mr. Sam Emerson of Mridian is spending this week in Wood- villc and is, visiting in the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. A. W. Trep- pendahl ,We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs Lemire Ashley back in Wood.ville af.ter ,being stationed in Poway, Calif., with the Navy for the past three yeas. Mr. Gone Klos of Chicago, Ill., was a ,guest the past week in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cumbo and family. Messrs. Charles and Steven Seal attended a meeting of Ford Tractor dealers in Memphis, Tenn., on Monday of this week. Mrs. Richard Corkern is a atient in liverside Medical Hospital in Franklinton, La. We hope that she will soon be able to return home. Weekend guests in he home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Nowell were his bother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Newell, of Brandon. Mrs. Lorraine Skipper and her daughter, Kathy, of Magnolia visited here Sunday with her son, Mr. Robert Skipper, Miss Jimmie Ruiz, and Mr..and Mrs. Cage Chisholm. BEAUTIFY YOUR KITCHEN :: .:. .... II with colorful new metal sinks and cabinets from our large selection. Choose from white, avocado, harvest gold or coppertone. Base cabinets with formica or enamel top. Wall Cabinets in many sizes. Utility and Kitchen Ensemble cabinets with single or double doors. Cabinet sinks in 42", 54" and 66" lengths with formica counter a,d splash back. Enamel and Stainless Steel double bowl built in sinks. All metal tables - Step Stools. Snack bar stools, 24" and 36". Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. Tuition, for he sixth month of the current school year at Wilkinson C o u n,t y Christian Academy is due and payable next Monday. Mrs. Gordon L. Morris has accepted tempo'vary employment at Amite County Bank in Glos- ter w,hile ,two of the bank em- ployees are on, sick leave Weelend guests in he home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ctrry we.re his sisters, Mrs. Ruth Wynne of Dallas, Texas, and Misses Lucy and Mary Curry of New Orleans. Mr. Frank E. Bell entered Touro Infirmary in New Orleans last Sunday for minor surgery he f,ollowin day. He expeots to be able to eturn home in about a week. We send him best wishes for an early recovery. Friends are sorry to learn that Mrs. W. V Morris is again hos- pi,talized in Jefferson Davis Memorial in Natchez We send best wishes to her and hope tha,t she will soon be feeling mch better. Friends here will regret ,to learn, of the death of Mrs. Marjorie Donah,oo Fenn, a native of St. Gabri,el and a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge, which took place Saturday t a nurs- ing home here. Mrs. Fenn was a frequent visitor %0 Woodville when her late sister, Mrs. Louis Wax, was a local residen,t. Mr. Marshall Treppendabl, Mr. John Hewes, Mr. E. M. Kee, Jr., Mr. Colville Jackson of Goster, and Mr. Carter Percy of Weynoke, La. flew from New Orleans last Thursday to Denver, Colorado, to attend the Great Western Fat Stock Show, ,the largest in the world They also attended the Registered Semin- tal Sale at which a calf sold PATRONS LEAGUE SETS SPECIAL MEETING ON JANUARY 25TH The Patrons League of WCC will hold a special meeting on Thursday, January 25, at 7 p.m. at .the ,home of Mrs. John D. McCraine for ,the purpose of discussing plans for .the Sou- venir-Treasure Shop .to. be held during the three-day Woodville Pilgri,mage. Preliminary plans call for operating the Shop in the same manner as last year, and local residents are urged .to furnish any handwork or handcraf.t which can be used for ouvenirs. All interested members aloe invited and urged to attend this important meeting to help in planning for the evea,t. Friends are wery sorry to know tha Mrs. J. A. Massey has been hospitalized at Field's in Cen- trevtlle since last Friday and hope that she will soon be feel- ing much better. CARD OF THANKS I wish to take ,this means of expressing my sincere appreci- ation to all my relatives, neigh- bors and friends who were so concerned during my recent surgery and recuperation at home. (Many thanks for your ,gifts, cards, calls, visits and prayers I ,am especially grateful i to Doctor W. Howard Klsner and the nurses at Jefferson Davis Memorial Hospital in Natchez and to my family who so faith- fully stood by me. May God richly bless each and every one .of you is my pTayer. --Ru, by Mthis LOCALISMS (Continued from Page 1) WCCA CAGE NEWS I Perrytown News I The WCCA Rambler basket- Mr. Bryant Hazlip of King- ball teams ,have been quite busy ston visited his parents, Mr. and during the past ten days, play- Mrs. Willie Hazlip, Sunday. / ing a total of five double-headers during that period. Guests of Mrs. Nina Sturdi- rant Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. On Tuesday nigh,t of last week the boys' teams journeyed o Natchez and w er e soundly ,trounced by Trinity Academy. The WCOA varsity boys ca,me out on the short end of a 90-17 score, while the B-,team dropped a 62-18 decision to the Adams County five. The latter part of the past week the var,sity girls and boys took part in the Pine Hills tour- nament, a round robin affair featuring tranklin, Pine Hills, Centreville and WCCA. In the opening round Thursday, the Centreville girls downed ,the Ramblerettes 36-11, while the Tiger boys downed WCCA 72-51. David McKey was high for the winners width 23 points, while Tim Gonda led the Ramblers with 29 Friday night WCCA met ,Fra.nklin Academy, with ,the lo- cal girls winning theist game 27-19 with Mary Wilcox hitting for 12 points The Rambler boys lost by 61-56 in a close game, wi,th Gonda again leading the WCCA five, with 28 points. Don- ald Enis hit for 13 and Tom Willis for 11. On Saturday night WCCA met Pine Hills, dropping both games to the host teams. The Ram- blerettes came out on the short end of a 26-16 score, w.ith Ellen Sessions bucketing 6 and Renee inman 5 for WCCA. The Rm- bler boys lost a 48-46 decision on a last second shot by Byron Shuckrow of Pine Hills. Gonda had 20 points and Willis 12. Monday ,night the Ramblers dropped a double-header to Southwest at Ruth, the girls by a 32-23 margin and the boys by 73-52. for $52,000. , to heave out some of their costly Both Rambler teams are to I iPcO t: metnSe/nt d pyAm ' " Mississippi Malt Beve'rage As- do:eode ghfCh/,l: wLiebekrty on soclation enter.tained ,the mem-I .  . _? .. 'f . ---- soClal seeurly .... i woula aelp bers of the Missmsippi Legisla- . . . , .....  ,. ,  .... ,   .... J considerably ff there were a We ae .glad to report that ' ''" ''" 'v '  ' ......  m 1 Mrs Robert Grah,m retulned ..... " -n-little belt .tighe 'ng and e$ - ' pary la me un an,a a a ]Ost h e ' o Moelg toJjik:snfJahearYe:" en:;s :omh:Pr::ntherpt, an suld  lfterM CnrgAo:kg o-able affair were Mr and Mr[ Congressmen hose salaries J srgery ,at Little Rock Baptist J, .  ___," ._ _: .are n, ow higher ,than the n-]Center. Miss Sharon Graham, ar m. "rreppenaal, ,r., ann Mr and Mrs Sylvester D'Aquila comes of most taxpayers and{who had spent several weeks of 'Woodvile" and Mr and rs whose 17re.rogatives of office]with her mother, returned home Carl M Tre,,endahl" , oi have growr immensely seem to]on Saturday accompanied by Mr. v, ,  , ob Bobby Graham who stayed un Natchez' ' ' have losouch with the 1 -J ' - lems of tubal mythical indivldualltil Sunday. the. common man -- to whom I ---=- they profess allegiance. $1.09 Fresh Farm Raised CATFISH lb. CABBAGE lb. 9c Bonnie Baker, gallon Purex V gal. VEG. OIL $1.59 Super Bleach 36 (With $10 Purchase) -... .. .  ,. ,,. Kraft Miracle, quart 00.nlcKen OaCKS, '00OC SALAD DRESSING 59c 39c 55c Super Taste FRANKS 12 oz. CHUCK ROAST lb. 85c Sugar Sam No. 21/2 LOUISIANA YAMS 12" x 25' REYNOLDS WRAP lb. 89c CHUCK STEAKS Lean Ground Shoulder lb. $1.05 4 for $1.00 Ronco 12 oz. SPAGHETTI 29c TASTY DRINKS 6 oz. 10c Wolco No. 303 BLACKEYE PEAS 5- $1.00 16 Ounce Medium SPIC 'n SPAN 29c EGGS dozen 61c 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. Mack Sturdivan,t and children and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond: S turdivan,t and family of Nautch - STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon | _- - : NlnUUI|N|]NIIINNglImlIlinNN CATCHINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 Woodville, Miss. P/O Mutual Inshrance Agency Phone 352-8815 Jackson, Miss. Fire.- Automobile Lde - Bonds Oliver W. Catehlnge, Jr. by H. Emerson Berryhill They say %here is a sun dial in Covington, England, which 'bears this inscription: "I mark .time, dost thou?" It is a con- stant reminder ,to %he people that time fs important and is passing awaY. We often hear the expression: "There just aren't enough hours in .the day:" This statement s made by the happiest people. They are .using time -- and could find use for more. I believe it 'was Einstein who said that .time is relative-- relative to how it is being used; fast and rapid on some occa- sions, slow and dragging in other situations. Young lovers witness the fleeting moments of time; a prisoner awaiting re- lease spends hours .that seem eternal. The person ho has lived the long rich life can say in his 8O's: "Life has been so short." It has been full, rich and on,joy- able. All ,people can eel that way simply by marking time like the sun dial  usin,g the momenfs .to their ful.lest. BERRYHILL ='FUNERAL HOME ' Phone 888-5871 WOODVILI, MISSISSIPPI and Mrs. Edgar Vines, and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shosey in Gloster. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Murray of Natchez visited ,their parerts, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Murray, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown of Orosby visited ,their son .and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ez, Mrs. Virginia Cobb of Con- Ralph Wilson, and family Sun- treville, and Miss Mary Ann,day" Johnson of Rose tta and South- Mr. Bert Smith and Mr. I. B. west Junior College. Huff of Natchez visited Mr. and Mr..and Mrs. Jewel Anders Mrs. Jewel Anders Thursday visited Mr. Leroy McCraine :in t Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leake Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez  and children, Kenny, Cliff, and Sunday. They also visited their iJeannie, of Clayton, La., visited children, Mr. and Mrs. James her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Anders and family, ney Hazlip, over the weekend. Mrs. Theola Hazlip and her I Guests in .the home of Mrs. daughter, Beverly, of Natchez Pearl Johnson during ,the week- and Mr. and Mrs. Micky Pery end were Mr. an.d Mrs. C. L. and children and Mr. Louis Johnson of Woodville, Mr. and Arnold visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Reeves of Crosby, Pharoah Perry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Day, is Lonmire Mrs. Fritz Hazlip a,nd Mrs. and chil@ren, Kavin, Reid, and Dawn, of Gloster, and Mrs. Hazel Hazlip visited Mrs. Marcus, . Day in Mercy Ho.pital in Vicks- I MarJrie McGraw of Crosby. burg for several days last week. ] Mrs. Nina Sturdivant and her[ grandson, Mr. James Johnson, were overnight guests Wednes- day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdivant in Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shorey and daughter, Rachelle, have re- turned to their home in Hunts- vtle, Texas, after spending a week with their parents, Mr. CARD OF THANKS We would like, to take this means .to express our thanks and deep gratitude to our many friends and relatives for their help and sympathetic under- standing in he loss of our father. -- The James H. Nettles Family Planters Hardware, inc. Come To Frigidaire's "FAMILY CIRCUS" FESTIVAL Free Sheets and Pillow Cases at no extra charge when you buy a Frigidaire Washer, Dryer or Laundry Center. 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