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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, February 16, 1973 ?i.c , Mr. Bobby Gham and Miss Suzette Graham spent the past weekend visiting ' family mem- bers and friend,s he,re. Guests in the home of Mr. and, Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., for the weekend were their son, Enloe, III, of Mississippi State and Miss Toni Jones of Merid.ian. Mr..and Mrs. Fred Nettervflle spent Sunday and Monday in Jackson attending a Southwest Hardwood Lumbermen's Associ- ation meeting. We are glad to report that M,r,s. C. T. Netterville eturned .home the first of ,the week af- Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley of Natchez visited here last weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mae Bradley. Mrs. Leslie Breeding of Orange Park, Fla., is visiting here with her mother, Mrs. F L. Tolbert, and other family members. Mrs. Ell.is Hammack spent the past weekend in Brandon with Mr. and Mfrs. Dwight Hammack. They were joined by Miss Judy Hammack of MSCW. Mrs. Olivia Stutzman and Mr. Charles White of Cr,osby were called so Houston, Tex.as, last weekend by he death of ,their ter being a patient in St. Dam- brother, Mr. B. G. White, who inic Hospital n Jackson. passed away on Friday. Funeral services were held there on Mrs. Ray W. F, arrar spent ]Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Thursday and Friday of last I They were accompanied ,to week in Jackson where she t- I Houston by Mrs. White and Mr. tended meetings of the Missis-' / Chas. Tom Netterville and re- sippi Marke,ting Council and tle ]Lturned home Monday night, We state A & I Board. extend sympathy to the family. I KITCHEN RANGES AND GAS HEATERS Gas Ranges by Magic Chef and Dixie. 20, 30 and 36 inch widths in white, coppertone, harvest gold or avocado. Check the many new features which make these ranges so modern and convenient. ELECTRIC RANGES by General Electric 30" models offer clean, cool, constant temperature cooking. GAS HEATERS by Termalair and Thompson in a variety of sizes and models. Comllete line of Heater and Range I BOOSTER CLUB NAMES OFFICERS The WCOA Booster Club held a meeting last Thursday nig,ht at which time new el.ub officers for the coming year were elected as .follows: President, H. N. Jen- sen, Jr.; vice president, James Herrington; secretary, 3. M. Sessions; and treasurer, Ioglas Bell. T,he new ,board of directors for the Booster Club includes Rodgers McGraw, Cage Chis- holm, Melvin Rober,tson, Edward Walker, and Pat Cavin. The new offieer:s and board are looking forward to another year of splenmdid cooperation. Miss Louise Dittmann spent two days in Jackson last week Spring football practice is attending the Mississippi Li- now undervay for the WCCA brary Associatio.n conference for Ramble.rs under direction of admini.strative 1,ibrarians. Coach Joe Robertson. wh.,o pre- dicts that his charge will show Mr. and Mns. Charles Whet- stone spent several days in some improvement over last Jackson ,this week attending the year. A total of 43 boys are now Dixie National Livestock Show. warking out ,with the squad, with 14 of that number being On hursday they were ,to join returning lettermen. Next fall's a group of fellow Farm Bureau Rambler squad 'will include 21 officials for a. chartered flight sophomores to form a nucleus from Jackson to Dallas. Texas, of future Rambler teams, Coach for an insurance meeting in Robertson pointed out. that city. Fractice will continue until Mr. Clyde H. Wood was sched- 'March 2nd, when an intersquad uled to undergo eye surgery at ,game will end the spring train- JeffeLrson Davis Memori.al Hos- ing season. pi.tal in Natchez on Wednesday of this week. We send him our besrfi wishes for an early and FROM TIlE LIBRARY complete recovery. 1Vrs. Wyndel Our Woodville Library has an Spell of Sierra Vista, ,Arizona, urgent request from Cenbreville was expected to arrive Thurs- for magazines for .the hospital day for a visit .with ,her parerts, car& Mrs. Marie Knighton has Mr. and Mrs. Wood. offered to pick up magazin,e from our library on a $eg.ular CARD OF TtlANKS basis and get Shem to the cart in the hospital. Any m:onthly Mere words are so inadequate Jraagazines less than six mon'ths to convey our grstitude for the I old will be ,welcomed by your many gestures of friendship [ librarians, and will help pass proffered by ,the wonderful tedious hours for hospital pa- people of Woodville upon the tients. Please collect up your sudden death of our beloved .recent issues and drop them at husband and father, Charles he library. Cumbo. For the lovely flowers, the delectable food, for ,the kind minis.tratlons of Doctor Catch- Mr. Ben Tolbert, student at ings and Doctor Owens, for the the University of Mississippi, s pir.itual comfort of the Wood- Oxford, ,made the Dean's List ville clergy and for the comfort- last semester and was recently ing visiks of friends and neigh- initiated in Sigma Nu frater- Connectors and Fittings. bars we shall ever ,be rteful. niy. Wobdviile Furniture & Electric Co. May God bless all of you. Mr. Earl Wayne Spillman was Betty Cumbo, Lalie. expected to uJdergo surgery on " @huckie and Cornelia Thursday of thi's week at Baton Rouge ,General Hospital for hip inju'ries he received in a traffic .00HIJP. co,,,.o, three.weeks ,ago. We send best wishes to him and hope that he continues to im- prove. Mrs. R. O. Gay and Rob and Mrk of Natchez spent Satur- d,ay in ,the .home of her parents, Kraft Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Lowry. Mey0nnaise qt 69c Spending.the weekend in %he i Lowry lome were Misses Debbie and Schuyler Shrader of SLU. I-Iammond. La., and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and Ali, ta Anne and' Crisco Joey of Baton Rouge. Shortening 3lb. 89c . . .. Campbell's No. 1 SOUP 8 10 oz. Bottles   '" Chmken/Noodle 2- 35c TAB or FRESCA 49c ' SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE UNDERWAY WCCA Registration Set To Open Friday Headmaster Glen Whetstone Jr.. announced this week registration by students for the 1973-1974 school session at Wil- kinson County Christian Acad- emy will str,t on tnriday, Feb- ruary 16. 2he registration period will run through March 2. Registration forms will be given out to the studen.t body on February 16. For parents who d,o not already have students enrolled in the school, registra- tion forms can be picked up as the headmaster's office. Parents are asked to complete a registration form for each tudent that they plan so enroll in the school. There will be a reGLi.tration charge of ten dollars for each child enrolled, with a maximum of thirty dollars for one family if you have more than three enrolled. This regis- tration fee must accompany the registration form when the stu- dent or parent returns it to the school. There is also a two hundred fifty dollar building fu'nd fee which is required for any family enrolling a student or students for the first time. As previ,ous]y stated, the dead- line for the completion and return of all registration forms to the school is Friday. March 2. All forms should be returned .to the headmaster's oice t the school. M,r. Ernesto Caldeira spent the p,as weekend and first of this week on a business trip to Houston. Texas. Patrons of Wilkinson County I St. Paul's Episcopal Ch,uvch Christian Academy are reminded Ihonored the Roy. J. A. Klein of that tuition for the seventh I St. Francisville last Sunday with month of the curren,t school la dinner celebr, ating his bir'th- term is due and payable next / day. About 60 churc.h menbers Monday, February 19. I attended. I I NEW SHIPMENT at your WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Refrigerators Upright Freezers Chest Type Freezers ad More. Come See Us NOW00 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE "The Family Store" P. O. Box 697 Phone 888-3911 Woodville, Miss. Planters Hardware, inc. ARE YOU READY TO START YOUR GARDEN? MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR FENCING Field Fence Wire in 26", 32" & 39" Garden Wire in 48" & 58" Poultry Wire in 48" & 60" Non-Climbable Wire Barbed Wire - Creosote Posts Wire Stretchers - Post Hole Diggers 10, 12 & 14 ft. Metal Gates 3 & 6 ft. Walk Gates "Quality Merchandise Reasonably PrLced" se00s" take our TERI TOWEL 2 for 65c FACIAL TISSUE 2 for 59c by H. 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What valuable on your financing that maywell save you 24 Ounce time a person has often seems enough that you can buy a better car. CRISCO OIL 56c GROUND MEAT lb. 89c to be devoted ,to lf-interest acttvties,'.nd .here isn't enou,h .... to share wlh others. As someone wrote many years 18 oz. Bama First Cut ago, "Love never ,asks' how little APPLE JELLY 34c PORK CHOPS lb. 89c it can do; lo, ks 0w m=h" To this we would add: "Love goes furtler ,than amy man who is guided by cold and. calculating ,reasoning could look for." Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! o TOT TO M,.M- B,ER: In" my haste let me find WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO TItAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. wht guides me. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon z,o...-sn MISSISSIPPI (Plus posit) Remambat De  whe00 New Single Kleenex 200 2-ply For quick relief