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7 [!  [r&apos; ;./ Page 4 MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK I i by Paul Pittman i i that Paul will :;on be out and aout again feeling fit. In the meanwhile, readers of The Republican will miss his highly interesting and informative General In Hattiesburg. We hope column. We are indeed sorry to an- nounce that Paul Pittman. edi- tor of The Tylertown Times and writer of this weekly column, is hospital:zed at Fe;rre;:t County Perrytown News Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders visited their sen and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders, and family in Natchez Satu,rday. Mr. and Mrs. James Reeves of Crosby vlslted their mother, Mrs. Pearl John,son. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and children, Troy and Mlsie, of Magnolia. Ark. spent the week- end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Murray. Mr. Ival Johnson of Centre- ville visited 'his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Ray Huff and :ons. Kenny, Ronny, and Lawny, of Natchez spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ashley of K'ngston spent the day with Mrs. Emma Perry Sunday. Mrs. Theola Hazlip and her daughter. Beverly, of Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry and g'.rls visited Mr and Mrs. Pharoah Perry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hays and daughte.r. Kri.sti. of Chickasha. Okla.. were owernight guests of their grandparents, Mn and The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;ss;ppl ATTENTION BIRD HUNTERS! and Mrs. Claude Johnson, Sat- urday. Friends of Mrs. Hazel Vines will be happy to knew that she is at home after spending soy- .oral days in Jefferson Davis Hspital l:n Natchez. Rosemound. La.--Prob- MrS. Willie Hazllp. Thursday. class gun dog, but the average Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr.. bird hunter does not have his of Natchez visited their parents, Mr. and M, rs. Eddie Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, for t?e weekend. Weekend guests iin the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip Mr. ,and Mrs.. John Duggar were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Haz- Hazlip of Hazlehurst spent the lip and daughters, June and weekend here and visited friends I_aanne. and a friend. Miss and relatives. Rondo Robinson, of Natchez. [Mars Hill News Mr. Henry Smith has been quite ill in Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez but at last report was feeling better we are glad t' say, Sunday guests of the Louis Arnelds were Mrs. Mattie Wifite- head of Natchez and Mr. and gr;day, March 9, 1973 Whatsoever Things By Donald E. Wildmon THE PARABLE OF Tile TALENTS Do you remember the parable of tile three men who were .Mrs. Eteese Perry and Mrs. 'Ruby Cavin of Natchez and Mrs. Wensel Taylor of Darrington community visited M, rs. Emma Perry Friday. Mr. John Ogden of Southwest Junior College, Summit spent the weekend with his parents, ML and Mrs. James Ogden. and f, amily. seulpturer. He was a rare per- fen. thi.s $5(;90 man. who could do many things and do them all equally well. We!l w!:at kind of person was the $20;9 man? tie was the type of perscm most of us can be. He di2n't have much. but he was g,ven dlfferent amounts of wi!ling t:: use what he did have. talents? Let's bring il up to He ctu!dn't do ew:rything, but date a little. Let's say that one he :efus,'d to do nothing. He M.:"< Herbert Felter and dough- man receiw,'d $1000, one man waq't willing to Jut his small Lake ably the first field trial began This means you can see the We extend our sincere sym- with two bird hunters who got action without a horse Iwiich pathy to the family in the death an unbiased person as judge are nat even permitted for the of their mother. Mrs. A,manda and went bJrd hunting. But In, gallery,. Dogs are not judge:,,Rabb. May God eomfo, rt and recent year:s the split betweenl on steadiness to wing and shot I b!ess you all m your sorrow. bird hunting and field trialing but will be judged on ,retrieving. Congrauia?mns to our colored friends. Hal and Hettie Barnes. s ever widening. That doesn't I The purposes of the Louisiana mean that the bird hunters'l Bird Hunters As{oeiation are to on tl]eir golden wedding anni- dog is what is often called an Hunters Association are to versary. May they have many more happy years ogether. fr j, "tie meat do . He migh't be a fe.ster gocfl sportsmanship in bird hunting, bring blrd hunters Mrs. Mettle Whitehead of ter, Mrs. Lee Carter, and dough- $2[1C9. and the other man $5000. tfil I rs,'Ellen and Tommy, of Wood- N:w let's look ai them. L 'r. What kind of man was the and Mrs. Fred Holden of Eaton Rouge spent the week- man who was given $1000? He I end with her sister. Mrs. Emma was the fellow who hid tlae sun] In the ground, you recall. What Eryant kind of man was he? Well. he Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. was the klnd of man whowoul:l Walter Cavln were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavin cf Natchez. Miss do nohing. It wasn't that he , Sherry Cavin of Baton Rouge, could not do anything, but that and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feller he would not. It wasnq a lack anti family of Woodvllle. ' of resources that hindered him. but a selfish ancl negative at- titude. He could have dcne lot: of beneficTal things with the amount" he was given. But he did noth,ing. tote, thor and improve the dog trained steady to wing and t:reeding of better bird dogs. shot. usually does not hunt off An organizer'.on such as tlfls. horseback, and does not hunt t,rylng to do something for bird country where a dog needs to hunters, and in this area, de- hunt to the far horizon. So bled serves your support and entry. hunters ,often s,tiy away from Fntries close March 9. For more the words "field tri, al." Here's l information write or phone Mrs. one that's different! R.E. Nelson, Rt. 5, St. Fcancis- wlle Loulsmna 711775 The Iouisian,a Bird Hunters ' ' " ' Association will hold their field t Spectators without a dog to Mrs. Sally Cobb of Crosby, .and trial at Lake Rosemound on tenter are welcome. Lunches will Mr.s. Lonnie of O!oster. March 10 and 11. It will be run ke sold by the St. Francisville Mr. Clarence Hazlip of Baton under the "Minimum Rules" aayeees -- barbecued chicken on Rouge visited his parents. Mr. and is recognized by the Amer- Saturday and fried quail on and Mrs. Barney Hazlip, over icon Field. It will be a walking, Sunday. the weekend, trial with a bird The pointer in tl{e pic,ture Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson field. All birds properly pointed above is Rsemound Twiggy Natchez visited her siste,rL Mrs. Florence Cavin ,and Mrs. Jennie Arnold. la,st Saturday. 8pending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ashley were their nieces. Misses Sherry and Wanda Cavin. of Baton Rouge. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashley were Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Smith of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. E1vin Perry of Natchez were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Murry. Percy of St. Francisville. By the way, he did kill the bird. and children visited Mr. an in the derby and shooting dog, owned by Jack Babers and wn- The Mason ja,r used in home- Mrs. Harrison McKey in Glos.ter stakes will be shot by officially.or of the Puppy Stake last can,ning was patented in 1857 Friday. gunners. I year. 8hooting is Sheriff W. C. by John L. Mason. TO SERVE YOU BE "How to Use Electric Heat for All It's Worth"' It's available at any MP&L office or marl coupon below to get your fre e copy. A booklet that every economy-minded home- owner wilt want to read! That's what "How to Use Electric, Heat for A11 :It's Worth" is. There are pages of money-saving facts ... suggestions about how to use an electric heating system most efficiently. 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That's much as the other two fellers, oil you will be responsible far. But he was given something. - ............. :- His problem was not that he CARD OF TItANKS wasn't given much. but that he l Miss aackie Arbuthnot wishes refused to use what he had been to thank the many frienffs at given. He failed to realize one Wilkinson County Training of life's truest and most ele- School. ting Emanuei Baptist mental principles- that; what Church. and others for cards, he had wasn't given to him to donations, flowers, calls, tele- keep but ,to use, Whatever 1 gram-, and othc kindnesses talents, abilities and wealth our,during her recent, hospitaliza-. Creator has given us--hwever tion at St. Dominic's H:spital small--have been given to uas to in Jackson. 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