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Page 8 ,,J ,, , ii m -- The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Mr. Prentiss Carpenter and I sons, Bucky, Scotty and Dale, of / Marrero, La., visited Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Harry Me- 1 Graw. . / Friday, March 2, 1973 iV/iss Addle Leak .of Baton Rouge was a recent visitor in %he .home of her :sbter-in-law, Mrs. Dave Leak. Mr. Raymond McKee of Baton Rouge spent last weekend here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ,G. C. Golden spent Satur- day :through Tuesday in Wash- ington, D. C., Jan. a bus.ines rip. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,Cage Chisholm were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Haynes of Wilson, La. Dorsey "Irevillion. , f Little Miss Leigh Kennedy, Miss ,Edith Miller of Kenner, tda,ughter of Mr and Mrs. La., spent 'last weekend ,here Charles Kennedy of Natchez, with .her brother-in-law and spent last Monday and Tuesday and Mrs. Charles. A. jhere visiting her great-grand- sisr,lltt, Jr.,Mr" alnd family, l mother, Mrs. Harry McGraw. I Mr;s. J. G. Pierce returned I Weekend guests in the home lome ,last Friday after a visit I of Mr. and Mr, s. W. C. Lowry with her son, Mr. Ronell Pierce, I wre their son-in-law and ,in Thomasville, Ga., and wth I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mr. and Ms. C. W. Pierce in Gray, ,and Mark and Rob of Miami, Fla. Natchez. I I I New, Bold and Sassy LUGGAGE by Airway  For Ladies-- I: 15" Cosmetic I 22" Weekend 26" Pullman  28" Wardrobe Garmet and Tote Bags available in Wedgewood Blue, Celadon Green, Honey Gold or Burnt Orange. Also large zippered soft side Pullman case in plaid. "T  " For Men -- Two Suiter Companion Case in charcoal green or brown. Student Canvas Bag with end-to-end zipper. Metal and Vinyl Lockqrs Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wsrd and children nd Mrs. W. B. Cun- ningham visited .recently in New Orlean,s ,and in Marreio, Mr. Leigh Morris hms. accepted a position with the State Farm Insucance Company in Jackson and he and Mrs. Morris* m.oved to that city this week. Town Policeman Robert Skip- per has just completed .a five- week course of Basic P,olice Training at the Mississippi Law La., with relatives .and friends. Mr. Bill Harwell is a patient I in Field Memorial Community! Hospital, we .are orry to say.' We send best wishes for .a quick Lrecovery. Mrs. Grog Wesberry spent Thu,rsday through Tuesday in Jamaica with her ,husband, who was :on a five-day leave from his Navy duty .station in Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Roberts and son, Lee, of Marrero, La., spent last weekend here as guests in the home of her moth- er, Mrs. John L. Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and young son, David, of Gulf- port were weekend guests here in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ray W. Fartrar. Mrs. James E. Wilkerso.n of the Wilkinson County Health Department attended a recent worksh, cp at the Dniversity of Southern Mississippi for regis- tered nurses interested in nurs- ing care delivery o g.eratric i patients. Friends will be interested to know that ,Cole dams, younges son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Jess L. Adams, Jr., of Gloster, will spend next week in Jackson where he ,will serve as a page to Senator John William Powell of Li=berty and :Senator Troy Watkins of Natchez. Mrs. L. B. Watt spent several days here last week visiting he,v mother, Mrs. ,Charles McGehee, and her sister, Miss Mary Mc- Gehee. Mns. McGehee returned to Baton, louge with her daugh- ter 'for a weekend vi:sit in, the Watt home, while 'Miss Mc- Gehee spent the weekend n New Orleans as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Geoghegan. E.nforcement Academy at Jack- I son. Mrs. John Curry and son, Mike, of Jackson spent last weekend here in :the home of Mr. and Mfrs. H. B. Cunry. Mr. Curry joined his family for he weekemd anct they returned to Tackson with them. Mr. land Mrs. John Brondum are in Mobile, Ala., where his sister, Miss Andrea Brondum, of 'Pascagoula, is a patient in the Mobile Irfirmry. Miss Bron- 1.um was to undergo surgery on Wednesday. We send ,best wishes for a complete recovery. The Heart Fund Drive in Woodville was headed during the month of February ,by Mrs. Charles Whetstone. If you were n,ot contacted during the ca-- rasping ,and. wish *to make a contributlon, please call Mrs. Whetstone or Mr. G. C. Golden. Heart Fund memorial donations may be sent throughout the yeast to Mrs. John S. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ven- tr,ess and .family mowed 1,ast Sa.urday in,to their handsome new .home which has ju:st been completed on Highway 24 near the east corperate limits of Woodv,ille. Mr. and Mrs. Ve:n- tress :spent several dys his week in Dallas, Tex,as, where he attended an REA meeting .as representative of Southwest Mis- sissippi EPA, Lorman, o,f which he is a directo$. Friends will be interested o know ,that Mr. Percival Beacroft will be one .of the featured speakers at the annual .meet- ing of he Mis.issippi Historical Society which meets on Friday and Saturday of this week in Columbus. He is to speak on preserv,ation, of historical sites in Mississippi. I Del M0nt LE! , c Lurrl:l:, IID. oag L- )1.31 P,neapple Juice, 46 oz. 39 Tomato Souce, buffet 3 for 29c Turkey, Beef or Chicken, 8 oz. Cut Green Beans ll, Swanson PIES 4 f0r$1.00 Cream Style Golden Corn ,t , Whole Kernel Golden Corn Early Green Sweet Peas fin RAI(INr, HI::N00 Ih 49e (Allin size 303 cans) ,,=.vv =.n= .= =v [] =- =,- . ----v BETTY CROCKER Snowdrift " " 10 oz., 8 pack CAKE MIX SHORTENING, 3 lb. 83c COKE or SPRITE , 49c (Plus Deposit) German Chocolate, Supreme Pillsbury 8 oz White or Supreme Yellow " . . . ,.,^ Butterm=lk Bscu,t 5-45c 12 oz. Non-Return Bottles .VC FALSTAFF BEER 6 - $1.15 Pillsbury 8oz.. . Ready-To-Serve Sweetm,lk Bscut 5-47c CoronetPrint FROSTING wrlrg r'r r'4tpc TOWELS, jumbo 36c Chocolate, Sunkist Orange, ..v,,...,. v,.,. ,.,, ,,,.., ! Iuy (Jne (3at One FREE Satin Lemon, Creamy Vanilla ---e Supertaste . 49c . :35c FRANKS, 12 oz. 59c tal ' PORK LIVER lb. 49c Crys Wh,te 48 oz. T.,,,_,,_J..LP. Liq; DETERGENT 59c /itppt:llUUIl|  With Brisket r SPARE RIBS . ib: 89c Wrisley Assorted, 6 bar . Gvy Bouquet SOAP 39c Without Brisket SPARE RIBS Ib, 95c Ty D Bol 12 oz. ' , . .....  ............ a I T(31LFT C,LFANI:R qq Wellsly F rm 2 gal. ' Vanilla, Chocolate or ' ' ' Three-Flavor Ultra IV, 4 roll . . Bathroom TISSUE 2-83c ICE MILK $1.01 The Wilkinson County Chris- tian, Academy spring football game will be held Friday night, March 2, t 7:30 p.m., at Van Eaton Park field. All boys will participate in :the intra-squad game, divided i,nto Maroon and White tee'ms. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapmn were his paxents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chapman, and Millie and Mike of Natchez. ,111 by H. Emerson Berryhill I ran across this poem one day. The author is unknown, but the words should be read and pondered by everyone. I Know Something Good About You! Wouldn't this old world be better If the folks we meet would say: "I know something good about you," And then treat us just that way ! Wouldn't it :be fine and dandy If each hand-clazp warm and true Carried with it this assurance: "I know somethi:ng good about you!" Wouldn',t things here be more pleasant tf the good that's in us all Were the only thing about us That folks bothered .to recall! Wouldn't life be lots more happy If *we'd praise the good we see For there' such a lot of goodness In the worst of you and me. Wouldn'.t it be nice to practice This fine way of :thinking, too: "You know something good bout me, "I know so,mething good about y0U!" .Can you think of a more important idea for each of us to remember? Five From County On Honors Lists Ai" MSU Mississippi State -- The Pres- ident's and Dean' List;s for ,the 1972 fall semester h,ave been announced by the Registrar's office at Mississippi tate Uni- versity. To be included on the Presi- den't', List, a student mut have a 3.5 or better average out of a pssble 4.0. An average of 3.0 to 39 is ,required for She Dean's List. Those .students on the Presi- dent's List from Wilkinson County are Edna Branna.n Ber- ry,hill, Enloe M. Kee, III, and Julia M. Montfort, II. The Dean's List includes'John I-arvey Newman .and Virginia M. Treppcndahl. MORNING CIRCLE OF UMW MEETS The bi-monthly meeting of [he Morning Circle of United Methodist Women was held on Tuesday, February 20, at the home of Mrs. T. O. Sessio,ns, Jr., with twelve members attending. On Wednesday, February 21, four UMW members attended the Sub-District meeting held in Centreville. Mrs. Pat Martin president, was the featured speaker. Woodville will be host- ass or the July Sub-Di:strict BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dickey of Centrevflle announce the birth of a son, Steven Dewayne, their first child, on February 24 at Southwest General Hopital, McComb. 1Vrs. Dickey is the former Miss Joan Havard of Woodville. Maternal grandpar- ents are the late Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Havard of Woodville, and paternal grandparents are Vr. ad Mrs. W. D. Dickey of Glos- tar. Mr' and Mrs. Kenneth Dale Wlsner of Stratham, N. H., an- nounce the birth of a son, .Eric Dale, their first child, on Feb- ruary 23rd at Portmouth Naval Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Marconi of Portsmouth, N. H., ad pa- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wisner of the King- ston community. Paternal great- grandmother is Nrs. Hattie Roy Nettles of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. David Scherbart of Pensacola, Fla., announce the birth of a daughter, Sarah Ellen, on February 23rd. She is their second child :and second daugh- ter. Ma.ternal grandparents are Me. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack of Woodville, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scherbarth of Milw, au- kee, Wisc., and Pensacola. 'meeting of United Methodist Women, it was announced. Planters Hardware, inc. SEED and FERTILIZER Garden Seed - Field Seed Seed Irish Potatoes Mixed Fertilizer Super Phosphate- Potash Ammonia Nitrate Hybrid Seed Corn, Funk's & Pioneer Cabbage Plants- Onion Sets Azalea & Camellia Fertilizer Azalea Plants IIIRYHII,L Potting Soi,I -- Peat Moss FUNERAl, HOME ,, -,-,, .=WOOD':::'::. _S;-iSs":SS, Quality ..... Merchandise .... R=asofa_bly._--_ . . Pn;ea Nearly everybody I has hnam.00! headahes I attmes., ! Best medicine.for them ! , may be hav, ngthe right bank connection. 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