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Page 8 The lambler Booster Club will meet Thursday night at 7:30 in the WCCA Library. All members are urged to be present Mrs. oy Hendry and two sons spent last week in Popl,arville visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hendry. Mrs. James R. Ruiz and Billy and Mary Alice of New Roads, La., visited on Saturday wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm and Miss Jimmie Ruiz. Mrs. Leroy SmiSh is a patient in Jefferson Davis Hospital in Natchez. We send best wishes and hope that s.he will oon be able to return home. Weekend gues.ts of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Ward at Clover Hill Plantation .were Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hargis and iVr. and ,Mrs. Harold Hebert, Jr., and daughters, Melissa and Tit,f any, all .of Marrero, La. Mrs. Robert M. Redhead spent Monday n:ig,ht in Norwood, La., as a guest of Mrs. Mabel Street. ] Miss Patricia Hartness of / Jackson spent last weekend here I with her parents, r. and Mrs. Robert A. Hartness. Mrs. J. A. Massey is home firom the hospital, we ,are glad to say, and is being visited by ,her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Wat- kins, of Aberdeen. Mr. Terry Tharp of Missis- sippi State and ,Mr. Harry Tre- villion of the Univecsity of Southern Mi'ssissipp] spent last weekend' h,ere with Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion. Amy Williams, infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. .Freddie Williams, underwent surgery last week at Jeffexson Davis Hospital in Natchez. We send our wishes for a speedy and complete re- covery. BEAUTIFY YOUR BEDROOM I : :' .4: 2"- ':::'b::' "@ + ' ! " ...... i" ": :::,,..:..:! -. ......  .  , BEDROOM SUITES by Consolidated, Dixie and Young- Hinkle in walnut, frvitwood, pine, maple, oak and antique white with gold. Choose from Early American, Spanish, Mediterranean, or French Provincial. Suites include bed, dresser with mirror, chest and commode table. Roll-Away Beds and Bunk Beds. Dressers, Chests and Twin and Double Beds in open stock. Standard and King Size headboards in suites or open stock. Lane Cedar Chests, Tell City Rockers, Boudoir Lamps, Chair Valets. Wo00dviJle Furniture & Electric Co. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Grade A Medium CUB SCOUTS, members of Pack 154, Dens 1 and 2, and the Webelos, are shown at a meeting held at the WCCA Library on Monday night of last week. The special Award Night pro gram saw the following members receive pins, awards, and merit badges as follows: Bobcat Pin: Andrew Sessions, Henry Davis, Cecil Sturgeon, Jim Randall, Frank Ward, Leigh Martens, Glen Watson, and James Smith One Year Pin: Overton Nich- ola& John McCraine, Andy Brondum, Lee Johnston, Bob Herringtcn, Mickey Yarbrough, Joseph White, Raynond Swag- tart, and William MGraw. Golden Arrow Award: Andy 3rondum. Meit Badges: Ricky Jones, Athlete, Naturalist; David For -! guson, Sportsman, Outdoorsman, Aquanaut, Athlete, Scholar; David Wilkerson, Scholar, naut, Gaology, Scientist, Engi- neer, .Naturalist, Artist, Athlete, Sportsman, Outdoorsman; Ran- dy Dale, Outdoorsman, Aqua- naut, Naturalist, S,portsraan, &bhlete. Mr. and Mrs. William B. White recently spe,n.t ten days in St. Petersbtrg and ,Miami, Florida. They .attended :the circus a% Sarasota and toured Disney World. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Connex and Mrs. A. B. Stevens of Baton Rouge spent Sunday ,here In the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Clay B. Tucker. Weekend guests in the Tucker home were Mr. Tucker's brother, r. W. F. Tucker, and son, Clay, of Yazoo City. EGGS 2 d0zo 98c Armour 8 lb. Pail PURE LARD Van Camp 300 $1.99 PORK & BEANS 4-75c 1V2 gallon CLOROX 16 oz. Resealable Top BLEACH 84c COKE 8 for 75c (Plus Deposit) Wonder Twin Pack, Reg. 69c POTATO CHIPS Armour Weekend Special 49c TREET, 12 oz. 59c Commanders Van Camp OIL SARDINES 24c Vienna SAUSAGE 4-99c Apple, Orange, Strawberry Hormel 15 oz. HI-C DRINK, 14 oz. 35c CHILI No Beans , 55c Viva Single TOWELS 39c HAMS 47c SHANK PORTION lb. 75c WHOLE HAM lb. 79c HAM STEAK lb. 89c Wizzard AIR FRESHENER Bonnie Baker gallon VEGETABLE OIL $1.69 [ 5 for 99c Super Taste Pure PORK SAUSAGE 59c Carnation MILK, Tall Del Monte TUNA, size 2 for 99c Friday' February 9, 1973 Chicken BACKS 5 lb. 59c Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! Mr. and Mrs. ohn S. Lewis and son, Andy, spent he latter part of the past week in New Orleans wish their son-in-law and daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tratsk, Jr., and their little new gxanddaughter, Juliet Jack- i son Trask. Friends will :be glad to know that Mrs. Trask was released from Touro infirmary WCCA BETA CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND STATE' CONVENTION Twenty-four members of the Beta Club at Wilkinson County Christian Academy, accompa- nied by three chaperones, at- tended the ,annual State .Con- vention held in Jaclson last Friday and Saturday. The group left Woodville Friday morning and returned home Sunday afternoon, stayin7 at the Sun 'n Sand while in Jackson Mak- ing the trip were: Lane Mc- Carty, Collins Hewes, Bob Lewis, Delbbie Wesberry, Tom Willis, l Hamilton Willis, Debbie Pohl- man, Ella Ruth Butle,r, James' Herrington, Kay D'Aquila, Mary Wilcox, Renee Beckham, Donna IMcGehee, Vickie McGehee, I Susn McCralne, Nash Lawra- / son, Candy Smith, Donnie /Smith, Renee Jonson, Mark Mc- Graw, Steve Ard, Frances Wil- kinson, Steve Ferguson, William ,Morris, and ,c;h,aperon,e,,s: Mrs. John Bondum, Mrs. M. H. Mc- Gehee, and Mrs. W. H. McCarty. Mr. :and Mrs. Charles Whet- stone went to Jacks,on the middle of last week for a Farm Bureau Among the f, riends and rela- tives who cams from out o,f town for the funeral of Mr. Charles Curate w ere : Mr. Charles F. Crowson, Mr. Clyde C. McKay, Mrs. Bonnie tI. Greg- ory, Mrs. Yvonne P. Mier:, Mr. Richard G. Lancaster, Mr. Wil- liam K. Leutz, Mrs. Paul R. Falwey, Mr. William E. Sone, Mr. Charles G. Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E, Snider, Mr. and Mcs. ; Walter Edwin, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sapp, all of Delhi, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mulvihill, Mr. and Mrs. John Wa:rd, Mr. T. W. Amman, Natchez; Me. and Mrs. James Harwy, Miss Emma Keen, Miss Margaret Gooch, Mrs. Nano Q. Perkins, New Or- leans; Mrs. Sidney P. Johnsm], Mrs. Ma,ry Draining, West; Mr. and Mrs. ,Audio Harvey, Mr. John Harvey, Jackson; Mr. Gone! Klos, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Virginia Cumb3, Mr. Sam Cumbo, Baton Rouge; and all the girls of Gillis Hall Dormitory at South- west Junior College, Summit: Misses Marry T. Moore, Donna !Ditchero, Gi Gi McMillan, Becky Smith, Pare Thurman, Wrenell Bond, Vickie Turnbow, Gall A1- ford, Lucillc Cummins, and Alice Smiley. WCCA BIRTItDAY CALENDARS ARRlVE Mrs. Gladys McCraine, presi- dent of the WCCA P,atrons League, announced this week that the birthday calendars f, or the current year have arived. The cost of calendars for those who have :not already paid is $2 with names included, and $1.50 for extra copies, Mrs. McCraine said. The following members have the calendars for delivecy or they may be picked up (wife or mother's birthday in each fam- ily determines month): I January, Mrs. O. M. Catchings; February, Mrs. G. C. Golden; I March, Mrs. J. M. Sessions, III; April Mcs. Jo,hn McCralne; May, Mrs. T. O. Sessions, Jr.; June, Mes. Julius Carter; July, Mrs. A. J. Clark; August, Mrs. Ed Henderson; September, Mrs. W. C. Reed; October, Mrs. Tmn Bxyan; November, Mrs. LaRue Calvert; and December, Mrs, Marshall Lmnpkin. Patrons in the Buffalo area are asked to contact Mrs. Ned Cavin and those in the Doloroso area Mrs. Joe Johnson. Mrs. Marshall Treppendahl WE IgESEItVE THE EIGHT TO I,IMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. there on Wednesday morning of meeting and then drove on to Starkville far a visit wih Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryan drove down to New Orleans last t,his week and is now at home Susan Whetstone and Mr. and of Laucel visited Sunday with lWcdncsday to visit her uncle, in New Orleans. Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Jr., his mother, Mrs. Lotta V. Bryan, I Mr. Clarence Lanehart, who had We are sorry to report that and to Okolona to visit Mrs. who is a patient in Field Me-Isurjery that day at Touro In- Mrs. C. T. Nettervllle entered I Clifford Savage. morila Haspital. firmary. St Dominic H,o,=pital in Jackson  - - ---------i: ....... - ................. III . ' : , . 'rienas of Mr. J. L. Adams last ThursdaY.wsres o nor Weber aSena" es']f Glster*as aria are sorry to kn*e,w P6Rlers Itrdwme ! ' J that he has been .hospitalized RCe complete recovery I , ' at Fields for the .past three f _ weeks following a heart attack land hope that he will be much BIRTHS better soon and able to return LAST BG WEEK for SALE! Mlr. amd Mrs. -William R.ay-J hOme" ZENITH 25" Chromocolor IV mend Trask, Jr. of New Orleans  . the birth of a dau-h mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson Reg. $569.95 SALE $529.95 announce ' ' -' visited last Saturday in Baton tel Juliet Jackson, their first l e,hild, on January 31st at Touro Infirmary in New Orleans. Mr. md Mrs. John S. Lewis of Woodville ace the maternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Trask o Centreville are paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Hammack announce Vhe birth of a son, Howard Elliot. their first child, on December 23 at Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. Maternal grandparents ave, Mr. and Mrs. Howaed Rabb, and patern,al grandparents are Me. and Mrs. William W. Hammack. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dicker- s.on of Vicksburg aanounce the bicth of their first child, a daughter, Brandy Racquel, on January 25 at Jeffecson Davis Hospital in Natchez. Mrs. Dick- erson is the former MLss Janis Wisher, da,ughter of: Capt. and Mns. J. G. Wisher of Kingston. Mrs. Ruby Dickerson of Natal- bany, La., is the paternal grand- mother. The Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Ross Jones ,of Tallahassee, Fla., an- nounce the birth of a daughter on February 5th in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shatter Jones of Woodville are paternal ,gand- parents, and Mrs, Bertha Owin Sorrell of Lake Charles, La., is maternal grandaother. Ill I I by H. Emerson Berryhill Just about every day we hear someone ask, "What is this generation ,coming ,to?" The question that should ,be asked is, "How did we get hee?" There are a hundred different places ,that ,could be blamed, but don't forget ,about the home. Happy is th# man who be- lieve that he training of his children in the way of truth and righteousness, wil secure for his nation the stability hat is so needed in this modern day. The Ptritns and the Pilgrims built a nation centered around l the family, and ,no matter vha may be said .about the blue laws of ,New England, Amerlca has not suffered by them. It is the laxness of all law hat is filling our reformatories and  ns with lawbreakers sea, eel# of their teens. Maybe we should all ake a long look ,at "old-fashioned" tactics in our "modern," world OUR THCUOHT TO RIMEM- B,ER: "One seldom rises above the leadership" BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI '9 Rouge in the Dave Anderson home. They were pleased to find that their granddaughter. Deb- tie Anderson. had made Vim Special Honor oll in 'the sixth grade fox the .econd nine weeks at her school there. ZENITH Record Player Reg. $49.95 SALE $39.95 ZENITH Record Player Reg. $69.95 SALE $59.95 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bessl of SALE PRICES now in effect on all New Fairfield, Conn.. spent last Frigidaire Refrigerators and Freezers. weekend here :in t,he home of Mr. aad Mrs. Dorsey Wrevillion Don't forget free sheets and pillow cases and family. Mr Bessel and Mr. with purchase of Frigidaire Washer, Dryer, 2revllli.on served in World War II and spent their tour of duty or Laundry Center. together in India. This was the "Quality Mcrciumdise Reasonal)ly Prked" Bessels' first trip South and their first reunion since the war. _ -  -- .... : _ = - :-m, II I [] | ..... i | The first step away from the old grindstone is regular savings deposits earning top interest in this bank. May we help you? Whatever savings plan you follow, you'll get the best rate and service at this understanding bank.