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February 23, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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/ Page 8 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman spent last weekend in Moscow, :': Ark., with her parents, Mr. and c:!" :(ii Mrs. Bob r,aham, and family. ' : Mrs. 'Ray W. Farrar attended a meeting of the Petroleum Oounll in Jackson on Thurs- .... day and Friday of last week. : Mr. nd mrs. A. W. Treppen- dahl @rove down to New Orlean:s on Monday for an overnight : stay. . Weekend guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Steve 'Iroutman were her brother-in-law and .xister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maxie, and Melissa of Hattiesburg and Mr. ,and Mrs. C. T. Cavin, Jr., of Natchez. ',: Mr. ,and Mrs. Austin Hendry of Poplarville visited here last weekend in the home of their :: on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and mrs. 12oy Hendry, and young sooa$. ill : i I /: " , , i The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, February 23, 1973 Miss Jimmie Ruiz ,and Mr. Robert Skipper visited, last ,weekend }n McComb ,with his mother, Mrs. Lerraine Skipper. Mr. Emil 'Habig of Metairie, La., spent last weekend here his ,prents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habig. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings spent Sunday in Hattiesburg and attended a pharmacy sem- inar. Visitors in the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Wilmer Leake are Mrs. Leonard R. Leake and daugh'ter, iErika, ,of Ridrgefield, Conn. Mrs. Dudley opson, Mr. Dud- lay ,Hopson, Jr., and Mr. Jerry Ge'tr attended the golden wed- ding anniversary celebration honoring Mr..and Mrs. Oliver W. Holmes :at Br:ookwood Coun- try Club Cn' Jackson the past Saturday. t I ' I Major Household Appliances by General-Electric and Maytag REFRIGERATORS in 12, 14, 15, and 18 ca. ft. models in choice of Self Defrost or Frost Free models. Choose from white, coppertone, haryest gold or avocado. FOOD FREEZERS in upright or chest type in sizes 6', 12, 15, and 16 cu. ft. I I Automatic WASHERS and DRYERS by G-E and Maytag. Wringer type WASHERS by Maytag. See these and many other work saving household appliances at W0bdviile Furniture & Electric Co. IIIII I]1 Mr. G. L. Neill of Louisville, Ky., is visiting in the home of Mrs. G. T. Neill and Mr. and' Mrs. L. Q. Henderson. Captain and Mrs. Charles Henry Fairc,hild and family of Fort Polk, La., were weekend guests of :her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W..I4ammack. AB Wiley "Bubba" Cavin, Jr., pent lhe past weekend at home on a visit from his duty station at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wiohita Falls, Texas Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith and family of Monroe, La., spent last weekend here with her mother, Mrs. O. K. Ferguson, and other family members. M,r. and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- pendahl, Jr., left Sa:tu,rday with the Baton Rouge Ski Club for a skiing wacation trip to Aspen, Colorado. Mrs. Ma'ttie Hall, Mrs. Annie Lee Ellis, .and her mother, Mrs. Wisdom, ef Baton Rouge were guest:s of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sturgeon the past Thursday. Mr. David Bray, who is a stu- dent at Southwest University in San Marcus, Texas, ,and Lt. ad Mrs. Robert Bray of Fort Polk, La., spent last weekend here :with their parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Francis Bray. We welcome Mr. .and Mrs. Steve Troutman to the Buffalo community. Mrs. Troutman is the former Miss Lynn Sturgeon, and he is employed at Treppen- dahl's Hardware. They moved here rece:ntly from Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wes- berry and Mr..and Mrs. Clarence ,Clark attended the Shriners' dance in Natchez last Saturday night ,as guests of Mr. I-Iarrell Cothren, the Noble President of the Natchez S hriners. Music was by The Milltones of McComb. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C.] Haynes of Glos.ter honored his sister, Ms. W. D. A,nderson, gr., on her 65th birthday with a surprise dinner Sunday after- noon at their home. Other guests attend,ing were Mr. An- derson, Miss Joyce Anderson, Mr. Tom Fies and Mrs. Mwr Toler. The delicious  dinner wa followed by birthday cake and the singing of "appy Birth- day," after which gifts were ,presemted to ,the honoree. ARMOUR PULLET EGGS 3 doz. 89c LOCAL STUDENT ATTAINS SCOUTING'S IIIGItEST RANK LOCAL VOLUNTEERS JOIN NATCItEZ DIMES WALK-A-TItON IIIKE Brenda and Linda Nettles and Mrs. Raymond Wheeler to,ok part in .the 10-mile W.alk-A- Thon for the March"of Dimes in Natchez on January 27. A total of $55.50 was raised by the local girls, who received pledges of don,ations to the March of Dimes from the following local contributors: Pel Phares, Kim Gonsoulin, Clyde Wood, Mozelle Falter, Jason Braden, Katherine Golden, Lee Cavin, E.rlie White Jane Wesberry, Mmr'tens Drug ' Store, Mary Jenkins, Shirley Nettles, Ann Durham, Velma Spillman, Mac Bxadley, Dr. L. J. Owen,s, C. E. Wheeler, Carl D'A- quila, Jr., Billy Best, Calvin .Cage, Carl Treppendahl, H. B. Curry, Fr,a,nk Bell, Jr., Martha Davis, Olivia Stutzman, M, ike Smith, Fra,nk Bell, Sr., C. W. Wright, .and Douglas Bell. _., f The local participan'ts joined James Rrannoc ]aney o ' ].the gxoup from Natchez in the Spfllman, La, was honored re ' ' -I10-mile walk which started and cently m Baton Rouge for at- ' , .... fended at Trace Town Shopping taining Scouting s ignes rank ............ ,  e n  e r. VValK caras were Eagle Scout He and two fellow %am .......... ..^ ' . --- I: pO a eacn cnecKpolnL scouts of Troop r receivea ne ........ . ,  lan a police ese, o r ann rescue Eagle Scout awara a a overea- .._.' ........ ' I UIllb aceompanlea me hikers A dish event given bY the Browns- "e ...... t-e ..... "" ' . , ' lun enu ol -n nlKe, Purger Ylng held Lmns Club, sponsors o .... " and Coea-Cola donated refresh- ments to the walkers. Troop 176. More :than 120 Scouts, Lions, friends ,and releatives we,re on ,hand to enjoy the feast on February 13. Mr. Earl Harrison, the Lions Cl'ub ,president and couf[cilman from East Baton Rouge Parish, presented James and, his fellow Eagles with engraved s,heath knives. The Troop presented James' mother, Mlts. John D. Spillma,n, with a ,beauiful red, white and blue corsage. James is, a student at Wilkin- son County Christian Academy here. Jason Landrem, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Landrem of Baker, La., is. visi.t,lng here with his randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. Carter, while his brother, Kyle, is a patient in Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCart , Mr. :and Mrs. Calv,in Cage, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Plitt, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rags- dale spent last weekend in MASS HOURS CHANGED AT ST. JOSEPII'S SUNDAY On Sunday, February 25, a Parish .brunch luncheon is scheduled at St. Joseph's Parish Hall. In order 'to facilitate the prep- arations for the ,brunch, the Mass scheduled for the day will ,be changed to 8 o'clock at For't Adams and 10 o'clock in Wood- villa. Mrs. Arthur Be>:t, Mns. Beverly Rivet, and Mr. Salvadore Rosso rovc up to Jackson last Sat- urday to attend the wedding of 'their nephew and cousin,' Mr. F. C. Wilcox, III, to Miss Jo. Ellen Evans. The ceremny was solem- nized .at St. Peter's Cathedral in Jackson. We are sorry to learn th,a't Mr. Dick Flacco,mio was hos- pitalized at F}eld Memorial in ,Celtive,vi]e last Sund, a. We ,trus,t he will soon be feelingl much better a, nd able to return Vicksburg attending the Jaycee I 'hom'e. and Jaycette Winter Board ] ..... meeting. Mrs. John S. Lewis, spent sev- eral days the latter part of last week and the first of this week in New Orlean visiting her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and M, rs. Ray Trask, and little daughter, Juliet. She was joined there for the weekend by Mr. Lewis and by Mr. and Mrs. John S. LeWis, Jr., and daugh- ters, Anne and Ellen, of Hunhs- villa, Ala. / BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Allen of New Bern, N. C., announce the birth of a daughter, Cth- Friends are pleased to know that Mr. Clyde Wood was able to return to his home here on Tuesday following recent ee ,su,rgery at Jeffer.son Davis Hos- in Natchez. Too Late To Classify WANTED: Housekeeper, 5 morn- ings. Mrs. Lyn.da Sen ko, phone 888-3071. 2/23/lw FEBRUARY SALE at your WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Refrigerators Upright Freezers Chest Type Freezers Tires & Many Other Items SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 24th WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE "The Family Store" P. O. Box 697 Phone 888-3911 Woodville, Miss. Planters Hardware, inc. Everything For The Horseman SADDLES by Southern and WiJson Bridles, Saddle Pads, Halters Martingales in all sizes for ponies and horses Shefland Pony Bridles and Halters Stirrups, Roping Reins, Spurs Curb Chains, Tie and Billet Straps Leather and Nylon Girths Leather Saddle Bags - Bull Whips Leather Gun Scabbards - Bits Nylon Catch Ropes - Currycombs & Brushes Bronco and Saddlehorse Shoes "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Pried" i Iilll I II BANANAS, lb. 9c Supertaste Pure PORK SAUSAGE, lb. 59c HAM erine Denice, ,their second child and first daughter, on February 7 at 'Craven County Hospital. YOU get better service Mt,ernal grandparent rare Mr. and Mirs. H. W. Griffin of Wood- ' villa, and t)aternal ,grandparents at a bank staffed by Jr-',; ackson,are Mr. andLa. Mrs. Buck Allen of Piggly Wiggly 14 oz. . CATSUP 4 for $1.00 '! ,e.ople like ()als... Carnation now-how MILK, tall 5 for 99c Shank Ptn, lb. 69c Wlt00 k Bonnie Baker Butt Portion lb. 89c a sincere desire 01L, gallon $1.69 Whole lb. 75c Single w Ham Steak lb. o%c erere:iSose:iikSPiii:nifv I ' to be helpful. BOUN Y TOWELS 2- 79c :llave lost ,the .rings, he,re are: Breast O' Chicken V2 size Light Chunk TUNA 2- 99c Pride of Illinois CORN, cream style 4- $1 DOVE LIQIUD, 22 oz. 49c t SPIC 'N SPAN, large 93c Kraft MIRACLE WHIP, qt. 49c Hunt's 6 oz, TOMATO PASTE 2 29c Sugar Sam YAMS, 2 size Morton SALT 38c 2 for 19c Piggly Wiggly TOMATO SOUP 10 - 99c STEP SAVER, 16 oz. 63 Shop' Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! WE RESERIE TIlE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. C. M, Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7i45 a.m,:to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon the fngers still." The prove'rb brings a great lesson in encouragement to dis- ppointed hearts. A person who loses a ring loses only a ring. T, here can be oher rings some- day, and they will still have the fingexs on Which to wer them. Someone has said,: "We shall one day thnk God as much or our sorrows .as for our joys," even though sha&ows seem ,to lie more ,thickly than sunlight and seem ,to be more dominan,t ' spring. Remember, j,ust .a:s the land- scape is more be eauiful with the ,alte.r.naion, of mountain and walley, of hill .and meadow, of ,river ,and island, so life is ,by i%s apparem cor.radictions, by its lights I and hdows. BERRYHII,L FUNERAL HOME Phon e 888-5871 It takes ability and desire, you know, to be able to render the best service. Our people are strong on both. / i