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January 26, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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January 26, 1973

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. / / Page8 The Woodville RepubBcan, Woodville, MisslssJppj Friday, January 26, 1973 Jl Miss Velma Spillman spent last weekerrd in Dallas, Texas, here s.he attended the buyers' summer style show and sale. We .are glaa ,to report that Mr. Walden Summers returned home on Saturday after being a patient in Jeff Davis Hospital In Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Landrem and sons of Baker, La., spent las,t weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. Carter. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs John MeCraine were her sisters, Mrs. Stanley Koch of Ferriday and Mrs. Wal- ter Burley of Natchez. We are glad to report that Mrs..A.W. Treppendahl re- turned home Sunday after un- dergoing surgery erly this month at Touro Infirmary in New Orleans. The Irwin Russell Club will not ,meet son February 2nd as scheduled, but will meet on February 16th at the Border with Mrs. Best Montfort as hostess. Miss Loraine Beckham and her guest, Miss Sharon Reyn- olds, students at MSCW, spent last weekend here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beclham and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W alsh and daug, hters moved last week- end into their new home which had just been completed, on Highway 24 East in the subdi- vision near the old drive-in i theatre. Mr. John Bell. who attends Mississippi SiR're, amd Miss Becky Hereby, student at MSCW spent last weekend here in the 'hJome of his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell. ACCESSORIES for the HOME Occasional Tables in a variety of designs and materials. Wall and Door Mirrors. i :if! Floor, Table, Tree, Pole and Desk Lamps. '..  Occasional Chairs and 'iI Rockers. Bookcases and Desks. Toss Pillows, Hassocks. Area Rugs. Smokers. Fireplace Sets and Accessories. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. Little Miss Lucy McArthur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McArthr of Demopolis, Ala., spent last Wednesday through Sunday here in ,the .home of her uncle and .aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I-Iolt, while her parents were on a trip to ,the Bahama. Mrs. lay W. Farrar spent last Wednesday through Friday on the Gulf Coast where she at- tended the Standard Oil general sales meeting. She received a trophy for winning  Standard Oil State Beautification .award: for the past three years. Con- gratulation to her! Mrs. James B. Woffor of Pensacola, Fla., and Miss Er- nestine Whitehead, who had been visiting with her sister in Florida, returned to Woodville on Saturday. Mrs. Wofford is spending this week here visiting" relatives and friends. Mr. Pete Ne.ttles returned to his home in Meeteetsee, Wyu o ruing, last Sunday. Mr. Nettles came to attend services for his brother, Mr. James Nettles, and while here visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nettles. Mes,srs. Percival Beacroft and Ernesto Caldelra spent the past weekend in Austin, Texas, where they were guests of Mr. James Dick, a concert pianist, iVr. Dick has recently set up a foundation to encourage oung musicians and has accepted an invitation by Messrs. Beacroft and Caldeira to visi,t Woodvtll in, July and present a concert. His future plans 'also include a small music festival the following year. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Dane McKey announce the bhrth of a son, Milton &ames, their first child, at Field Memorial Community Hospital in Cen,treville on Jan- uary 23rd. Nhr. ,an Mrs. Joseph Murray announce he birth of their first child, a daughter, Brenda Lynn, on January 7th at Field Memorial Hospital. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Barney Ska,tes of Gloster and Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Murray, Sr., of Cros- by. Great-grandparent are Mrs. Bert Tickett of Gloster and Mr. and NLrs. Cecil King of Pine Grove, La. |lHIHliiHll|HlillHl|HilHIl|liiliilHillllliilDIlili|liillilllllll UM FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS  Helping to boost spirits at University of Mississippi ath- letic events is the group of students elected as freshman cheerleaders at Ole Miss. Coed members (from left) are: Anita Ledlow of Cleveland, Cindy Harris of Mountain Grove, Me., WCCA HONOR ROLL STUDENTS TOLD The Special HonorRoll and Honor Roll students for the third six weeks period t Wil- kinson County Chris,tia Acad- Jane Suthrland of Hattiesburg, and Susan Yoste and Tori Petty, both .of Memphis. The male half of the group includes from lcf,t David Ruff of Tupelo, Moose Tolbert of Woodville, Read Kirkpatrick of Memphis, Freddie Britt of Clarks- dale and Craig Britt of Olive Branch. LOCAL STUDENTS ON COLLEGE IIONOR ROLL Clinton Varerie Eliza,beth Hewes of Woodville ,has been named to the Dean's List at Mississippi College for the first emy were released bhis week by semester, according to Dr. Glen R. Whetstone, Jr., head- Charles Martin, vice-president master, for academic affains. Miss Hewes Studen,ts who made the Spe- is he daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. cial Honor Roll (all A's) are: John C. Hewes of Woodville. Grade 12: La Verne McGraw, Columbus -- Frances Loraine Catherine Whetstone, Steven Beckham, daughter of Mr. and Ard. Mrs. W. L. Beckham of Wood- Grade 8: Dave McCraine. ville, and Judy Voncil Hammack, daughter of Mrs. Ellis M. Ham- Grade 7: Jim Belle Isle. mack of Route l, Woodville, Grade 4: Chris Caners, Roxan have been named to the Deans Jones. List for the fall semester a* Honor Roll students, who made Mississippi State College for all A's and B's, include: Women Miss Beckham is a Grade 12: Renee Jensen, Kay sophomore majoring in account- D'Aquila, Alice Metz, Jmes ing ,and Miss Hammack is a Bailey, Debbie Cavin, Melinda Oa,ter. Grade II: Bob Lewis, Nash Lawrason, Mike MaGraw. I Grade I0: Scott Percy, Frances Wilkinson, Eller Sessions, Mark McGraw. ,Grade 9: Toni Geter, Susan McCraine, Donna McGehee. Patti Metz, James I-Ienringmn, Patsy P.rtchard, William Morris, ca,ndy Smfth, Collins Hewes. Grace 8: Renee Inman, Charles McGraw, Pat Sterling, Cheryl Smith. .... .:" ", 'Grade 7: Patti Johnston, Cindy Spillman, Ernest Smith ,Bobby Weller. Pam Messenger, ,.. .., Lacy Curry, Lorraine Davis, Dar- lene Floyd, Brenda Davis, Susan Best. Grade 6: Lallie Owens, Susan Bryan, Gene Canova, Caroline COFnF00EE Ib 79c Catchings, P a t t i Herrington, Lourelia Waites, Maria Ward, ,David Wilkerson. Grade 5: icky Jones, Louis Sturgeon, Jenntne Johnson. Carol Leake, Janice Patrick, Lee 10 oz. Bottle (Plus Deposit) Whi,te. COKE or SPRITE 5c Grade 4: Ellen Carter, Zana .Henley, Lee ohnston, William McGraw, Szanne Martens, Eu- gene Prttchard, rank Ward, Joseph White. HAM Snowdrift WHOLEHAMS lb. 79c BonnieSHgRTENING'31bs'79CBaker l Shank Portion lb. 79c OIL, gallon $1.69 Butt Portion lb. 89c y H. Emerson Berryhill 25 ft. we read much these days HAM STEAKS lb. 95c REYNOLD'S WRAP 29c about looters, rioters, mobs, and the unruly ,actions of many people hroughout our country. "People have a right to ex- press themselves," we hear these LETTUCE head 29c days. That is brue, But, people Tall do not have he righ,t to take :advantage of their fellowmen, ] , There is ,no law that says. a PET MILK 5 cans .00 ORANGES 18 Ibs. $1.29 won will make a right. A man who possesses jst one leg s foolish to cut off the other so , they rill match. 'The annals of history tell Super Taste Pure Georgian us there has always been the PORK SAUsAGE lb. 59c TISSUE 10 roll 79c constant Struggle of mankind. Man has 'always been trylng to achieve something. History also tells u.s hat man has never Half Gallon 12 oz. can, 6-Pack made Is'sting, ccomvlishments by brute force. On the other hand, no man PUREX BLEACH 36c BALLANTINE BEER $1.09 h the right to stand in the wa of another -- stifle his ob: joti s if they are. ptre, honest, Shop Our Store For Many Otler Weekend Bargains! and ust t OUI THOUGHT TO REMEM- WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. BEI: "Look at both sidles mrs a'nd the other fellow's." C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon ]Phone 888-5871 ml iOll- ! "1 : , WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI junior majoring i,u English. LOCALISMS (Continued from Pae 1) praised the native Texas as either president or statesman, for .more often than not we disagreed with 'his actions and his policies, and we personally feel that his Great Society pro- gram was largely a costly failure. As a fellow human being, how- P says that the essence of wisdom fis a study of the presert in the liglt of the past for ptrposes of the future. $ $ $ America i,s still the 1,and of opportunity. Never before have so many men been given .the opportunity ,to nun for vice president. $ $ $ Inflation has really ,arrived when a man can face starvation on the salary he used to dream about receiving. * $ $ As we find more and more folk climbing abowrd the Welfare Wagon, we wonder who in the heck is gonna pull the wagon when everyone wants to ride? ever, we extend smcere sympa- thy to his family and loved ones in the passing of this man who t was for so many years a major figure on the American poli,tical I scene. I Life Bonds Tte court square philosopher Oliver W. Catching: 3r-- i Planters Hmdwme, inc. Frigidaire's "FAMILY CIRCUS" Festival Now In Progress At Our Store Free Sheets and Pillow Cases at no extra charge when you buy a Frigidaire Washer, CATCHINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 3 Woodville, Miss. P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-88i5 Jackson, Miss. Fire - Automobile Dryer or Laundry Center. In conjunction with this Sale Event, we are offering a BIG $30 OFF our regular price on a Frigidaire Electric Range, Washer or Dryer. See them today at our store, buy and save, and get the free sheets and pillow cases as an extra 'bonus! "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prized" I I I I If your busy hours and ours are the.same, we'll mass seeang you00 but we make it easy for you to bank-by-mail with us. I It's just one of the many serv;ces we offer our customers. You'll like the way we perform all of them. Member F.D.I.C. I