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Page 6 i nl al Mrs. J. E. O'Dnnell spent the past week in New Orleans as the ,guest of relatives. Mr. Francisco Rivadeneyra of loraIia, Mexico, ,was a weekend guest he*re in the home of Mr. Wettlin Treppendahl. Mr. John Dawson, who is a student at Mississippi State, spent the past weekend here with hi:s family, Mr. and Mrs. Bran Dawson and West. Mrs. Allen Balliet and .chil- dren, Leisa and Scott, of Laurel are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe C. Leake. The Rev. Mr. Balliet joined his family here on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. William N. Bas- tian of New Orleans visited last weekend with his grandfather, Mr. Clifford Morphy, who is re- cuperating after having been hospitalized last week in Cen- treville. Mr. and Mrs. David, Bradley and family of Natchez spent Sunday here in the home of Mrs. Mae D. Bradley. Mrs. Norwood "Redhead of Cen- treville spen.t 1.ast week here in the .home of her sister-in-law Mrs. "Robert Redhead. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Randall and family spent ,the past ,weekend in Gautier, La., visit- in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. "Randalh Mrs. L. B. Watt, Jr., and Mrs. Judd Osten and son, Charles of California spent last Thurs- day here visiting with Mrs. Chaxles McGehee and Miss Mary McGehee. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Anderson entertained Mx. and Mrs. Nolan McCratne and Mr. aqnd Mrs. Jerry Heirtzler and dauglters of Ethel, La., at a turkey dinner on Tuesday night. 4 II DINING FURNITURE I 7-piece dining room suites by Tell City and Consolidated, in choice of maple or fruitwood, in Spanish, Mediterranean or Traditional styling. Choice of oval or trestle tables. Open stock buffets and chinas. DINETTES by Daystrom and Duchess in 5, 7 and 9 piece suites. Bronzetone, chrome, avocado or yellow tubing. Many styles, sizes and shapes to choose from. CHINA in 45 and 53 piece sets. Woodvulle Furniture & Electric Co. III I I II The Woodville Republican," Woodville, Mississ;pp| Mrs. John S. Lew spen the past weekend in New Orleans with her son-in.-law and daugh- ter, iVr. and Mrs. W. "R. Trask, Jr. Mrs. Sue L. Inman of Alex- andria, La., spent last weekend here visiting her cousin, Miss Kathleen O'Fallon, at Pleasant Valley Plantation. The list of names of WCOA students who made 'the Special Honor ,Roll for the third six weeks, given us .for publication, failed :to include the name of Lee White, a fifth grader. Mr. and ,Mrs. W. J. Mayrone and Billy of New Orleans and Mr. and M, rs. T. J. Morris, Alita Anne and Joey of Bton "Rouge spent last vceekend ,here with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. "Richard Sessions of Beaumon,t, Texas, arrived on 'Sunday *for a visit tn the home of her .father, lr. T: B. Lee and with Tommy and Cindy Spillman while their mother is with their father, Mr. Earl W. Spillman, who is ,hospitalized in Baton Rouge General following an automobile accident. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell, Jr., announce the birth of their second child and 'second daugh- ter, Amy Renee, on January 24 at Field Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. William Arnold Waddell and the la,te Mr. Waddell, and pa- ternal grandparents are Mr. a,nd Mrs. ;Frank E. Bell, all of Wood- ville. ,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hopkins, former residents of Woodville who now make their home in Albany, La., announce the birth of a son, Thomas Monroe, on January 5th. CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express he sincere appreciation to our friends and neighbors who were so kind during the loss of our beloved lasher and husband. ' Visits, telephone calls, cards of sympathy, food .and. floral of- ferings will always be remom- bered. Special thanks go to Carter Ambulance Service of Natchez and Emerson Berryhill of Woodville. The Van McCearley Family BONNIE BAKER 22 oz. BREAD, 4 loaves 99c Godchaux SUGAR 5 lb. 48c (With $5 purchase-limit 1) PINEAPPLE Crushed, Sliced, Chunk Armour Pullet EGGS doz. 39c PORK ROAST lb. 75c PORK STEAK lb. 79c No. 2 can-in own juice Super Taste 39c FRANKS, 12 oz. 59c Piggly Wiggly 303 GROUND MEAT lb. 89c FRUIT COCKTAIL 2- 59c Sweet 16 OLEO 5 lb. 99c 12 Ounce DOVE LIQUID 33c Can Drinks KING COOLER Bonnie Baker BISCUITS, 10 count 10c Bonnie Baker SHORTENING, 31b. 75c 6 for 59c BACKS 59c Country Style BACK BONE lb. 89c Kraft Miracle Whip Salad DRESSING, qt. 59c Kobey Shoestring POTATOES can "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK i WOODVILLE, MISS. ., 10c 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. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon LAVEENE McGRAW IS 1973 BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER AT WCCA Wilkinson County C hristia Academy's 1973 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Llnda LaVerne McGraw, daugh- ter of ,Sheriff an.d Mrs. H. B. ,McGraw of Woodville. Selected ,by score in ,a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by booth senior boys and girls on December 5th, LaVerne will receive a specially designed award from General Mills, spon- ,sor of the an.nual Betty Crocker ,Search for American Homemak- ers of Tomorrow. In addition she remains eligible for state ON HONOR ROLL [ I Timothy D. Ashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ashley of 904 Pawnee, Elizabeth Town, Ky., I and grandson of Mr. and hers. ! ,Dave Carter and Mr. and Mrs. John Ashley, was listed among the 324 studen.ts named to the Hardirg ,College Dean's. List or the fall semester, according to Virgil Beckett, registraLr. To achieve the hon,or .a stu- dent must carry a course load of at least 12 hours, have no grade below a C and have no incomplete hours. Upperclass- ,men must have at least 3.50 av- erage on the 4.0 scale and fresh- men must have at least a 3.25 average. md national honors, b Ashley, a freshman pre-med The State Homemaker of To-tmjor, is a member of the A ,morrow, to be chosen from all I Ca 1 . ppe la Chorus. school ,winners m the state ln l Judging .centering on perform-]' "---- .... ance in 4)he December 5th test,/ L 0 C A L I S M S will receive a 1,500 college scholarship. A 20-volume efer- ence work, 'The Annals of America," will also be presen, ted to the state winner's sohool by Encyclopaedia Britannica Edu- cational Corporation. 2he sec- ond-ranking student n the state (Continued from Page 1) events described took place in a major midwestern, city, where the Police epartment one day sked city offloials how it h*ap- pened that a brand ,new city will receive a $500 svholarshlp, car had ,been ,parked for several In late April, the 51 Betty months behind the police sta- Crockex Homemakers of,Tmor-I TM an.d never used. It was row represen.ting,every :state and l discvered that the automobile the District of Columbia--each J had been purchased for the accompanied by a facul'ty ad-I city's leg,al adviser More eheck- viser--will gather irr Washing-ing turned up the em*barrassing ton, D. C., for an expense-paid fact that the city did no.t have tour of he capital city and Co- a legal adviser. That being he lonial Williamsburg. Culminating case, it might seem logical to sell .the car. But no, you guessed the tour will ,be announce- ment of the 1973 Bet,ty Crocker All-american Homemaker of T0- morrow and th, ree rtmners-up. To be selected hrough personal observation and iterviews dur- ing the our .plus. state-level judging results, they will .be awarded increases in their scholarships to $5,000, $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000. A total of 665,600 seniors were enrolled iw this year's Search, the first in which boys were eligible ,to participate. Since he vrogram began in the 1954-55 school year, approximately nine million, studen,ts have taken part and, ,with this year's grants, scholarship awards will exceed $2 million. Mr. and MrS. Clay B. Tucker went ,to New Orlefins the first of the week ,0 visl her brother Mr. Clarence Lanehart, who is convelescing at Touro Infirmary. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockett left Friday for Covington, La., to visit their son, and daughter- in-law, She Iev. ad Mrs. Charles W. Stockett, Jr., and two sons. Mrs. Milton Grisholm of Booneville arrived on Saturday for a visit width her mother, Mrs. T. M. Bryan, who has suffered a broken arm we re sorry to report. We send best wishes to her for a early recovery. d by H. Emerson Berryhill We have all read of the Vic- torian period of Erglish history The great changes that were made during the era roamong the greatest in ,history., Why? What was so wonderful about 'the Victorian ra that brought about the changes? A story related about Queen Victoria goes something like this: In one of the humble cottages outside ,the royal home, a liVtle child was sick. No one knew how really sick she was. Her father had just come as an assistant gardener wih his family. The little child did not improve; evecyone was anxious. One day, commonly clad, came a mother- soul, bringing a pitcher of fresh milk. She went into the little kitchen, made the fire, and pre- pared the fre.sh milk, giving it to the little girl. She put She mother to bed, for she was worn and weary and could scarcely stand. Eventually, 'the little .girl recovered. Son. .. time later, the mother and child attended a gala celebration, and saw Queen Victoria pass by. "That's the lady w:ho helped us when you were sick!" .exclaimed the mother. No wonder: the Victorian period changed.he attitudes of mankind. BERRYHILL FUNEIAL HOSE Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI it. The city father's are ,going to hire a legal .adviser in,stead. Who knows, maybe they need one. Ia any event, that's bu- PERHAPS YOU CANNOT ENTIRELY PREVENT FIRES, BUT YOU CAN KEEP FROM SUFFERING A SERIOUS LOSS WITH COMPLETE INSURANCE COVEltAGE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. i ill i ii II I 41 i ,reaucaey in action. Aini't 4 world who not only demand wonderful? something for nothing, but they s::e*,people also want it gif,t wrapped and There are in this delivered. Friday, February 2, 1973 * m '' :,'i Ghnburnie Restaurant Highway 61 Bypass Phone 888-9951 Woodville, Miss. i lie ill Planters Hardware, inc. ZENITH 25" Chromocolor TV Reg. $569.95 SALE $529.95 ZENITH Record Player Reg. $49.95 SALE $39.95 ZENITH Record Player Reg. $69.95 SALE $59.95 SALE PRICES now in effect on all Frigidaire Refrigerators and Freezers. Don't forget free sheets and pillow cases with purchase of Frigidaire Washer, Dryer, or Laundry Center. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" I I C_w--. You can rest assured zf your important papers and precious keepsakes are m one of our safe deposit boxes. Bank vault protection against fire or theft or prying eyes. The cost is small, but the security it gives may be priceless. IIIlll I II