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March 9, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, March 9, 1973 i!i / / i' (ii : y e Mr and Mrs John W God Pass Christian were Sunday ,dard, I.II, and children, Noel guests .of Mrs, Charles McGehee and Beau, of Slidell, La., were and Miss Mary MeGehee. weekend guests here in the .' ..... home ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Recent gues`ts of the Roy. and God.dard, Jr. : : Mrs. O. B. Beverly were Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Sewell of Pirevllle, Mr. and Mrs. J,o,hn C. Hewes , .... ' Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee White r., .. La:, snd ,the Rev. ad Mrs! J. N. and Mr. and 1Vrs. John Dale Holloway of D'Lo. .... .... spent ,part of this week in Biloxi Mr. and 1Vrs. Hugh Redhead attending the Pecan Growers of Jackson spent last weekend convention. ere with his mo`ther, lrs. Rob- ert Redhead. The Rev. :and Mrs. Charles Stockett, Jr., and two sons of COvington, La., came Sunday to visit for several d.ays in the ..... home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stockett. t :Mrs. David Br, amlette and ,daughter, Lil, left last Saturday b visit Mr..and Mrs. E. A. r' : ::: Geoghegan in New Orleans and o attend the Mardi Gras fes- tivlties. ':  IIIII I I Mrs. Charles Cum,bo and daughters and Mrs. Virgil Davis ,will attend the Professional Picture Framers ,em.inar from riday through Sunday at the Buena Vista Hotel in Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones pent last week in Tallahassee, Fla., with the Rev. and Mrs. Ross Jones and family getting acquainted with their new granddaughter. They also vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Jones and family in Monroeville, Ala. I SOLID CEDAR & OAK FURNITURE by Murphy Our line of SOLID CEDAR furniture includes poster beds, double dresser with mirror, 4- drawer chests, night stands, wardrobes in several different sizes with optional storage '/drawer, and cedar chests. Complete Bedroom Suites in OAK featuring spindle beds in choice of double or twin sizes. Unfinished Furniture in 4 and 5 drawer chests, book cases, knee hole and student desks, stools in 18, 24 and 36 inch heights, ::night stands, rockers and ladder back chairs. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. II I I Sunday guests in .the home of] The WCCA Boos'ter Club will Mr. ,and Mrs. Paul Habig, Jr.,Imeet on Thursday night of ,next were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaathier[week, M, arch 15, a`t 7:30 in the and childrea, Billy and Je,anie,[school library. All members are of Baton Rouge. irged, to .attend. Mr. and Mrs. Krk Ford and] Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Trep- Mr. and Mrs.. Douglas Ford spent/pendahl, Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred last Saturday in New Orleans] Netterville and Mr. and rs. where they attended the Mardi] Charles Whetstone attended t,he Gras parades that day. John Bell Williams' appreciation banquet in Jackson on Monday Mr. ,and Mrs. Larry Flowers, Jr., of New Orleans returned home on Wedne:sday afternoon after visiting for several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Flowers, at Wilkinson. Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl spent last weekend in Oxf, ord where she visited her son-in-law and ,daughter, Mr..and Mrs. David McGr,aw, during heir spring vacation from chool. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Sesser and little Miss Stacey Ford spent Saturday in Natchez wi'th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sesser. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sesser of Destrehan, La. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habig, Jr., honored ,their daughter, Delane, with a party on Thursday af,ter- noon of last week for her fifth birthday. Six young guests en- joyed playing games and re- fresh.ment of 'birthday cake and ice cre,am. Mr. Willie Morris and a friend, Mr. Warren Robinson, of Hous- ton, Texas, who ,both attend the University of Mississippi, spent last weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Milton ,D'Aquila. Mr. Morris and Mr. Robinson attended' the LSU-Ole Miss basketball game in Baton Rouge Sturd,ay night. The Woodville Jaycees and Jaycettes will sponsor a Clean- Up Woodville Campaign on Thursd,ay ' afternoon, March 15, and, if needed, also on the f.ol- lowing Thursday afternoon. They urge all homeowners to clean up .their yards. Anyone who wan`is to help with the clean-up is asked to be at the Court House Square early Thurs- day afternoon. Mrs. Betty Wood Dawson, tax assessor of Wilkinson County, announced ,this week that she will be in RoeVta next Tues- day, March 13, ,at the home of Mrs. Bob Keller from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the purpose of taking homestead exemption applica- tion.s. evening at the Heidelberg Hotel. Friends are sorry to knoW 'th,a Mrs. C. T. Ne'tterville has been a patient in St. Dominic Hos- pital in Jackson since last Fri- day and was sched'uled for sur- gery on Wednesday afternoon. Bes`t wishes for n uneventful recovery go to her. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Depee and children attended funeral serv- ices on Tuesday of this week for ,his mother, Mrs. Corliss Depee, in Mountain View, Mis- souri. The Depees have been in Missour.i for t'he pas't two weeks. We extend sympathy to the family. Miss Liz Treppendahl, who has completed her Aetna Life & Casualty Company:.. ,training course in ttrtford, Conn., re- turned home last weelC and ,o,w I will be living with her sister' Miss J, amsie Treppendahl, in Jackson where she will be em- floyed. Among the move than 400 educ,ation major students from the Univers:ity of Southern, Mis- sissippi who are starting a three-mon'th stin't as 'teachers in scores of schools both in and out of the state are Keith Adair Miller of Wood ville, who will be teaching in H attiesburg, and Bobby Vaughan of Centreville, who will be in McComb. We are very sorry o say rha Mrs. Alice McCraine, long time local high school teac,her, under- went emergency surgery at Field Memori,al Hospital the psst Sunday. She has been quite ill since that time, ,and we join ,her host of other frien,d.s n prayer for her early recovery. ,Mrs. Gordon L. Morris went to Baton Rouge ,the pas`t Friday to be wih and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Cain. Mr. Cai,n underwent sur- gery that day and at last re- ports w,as recuperating satis- factorily we are gad ,to say. We send ,best wi'hes to him. HELP!! PILGRIMAGE DINNER The Wo, odville Jaycees and Jaycettes are asking for help in lreparing the food for ,the Pilgrimage Dinner on Sunday, Marc,h 25. Anyone who would like to help by making a pie' or cake to donate for this din- ner, please call Mrs. Calvin S, Cage, phone 888-6718 or 4'241. Please call by Mond, ay, March 19. If you would like .to help in any way, please call. The proceeds of this dinner will go to he Woodville Civic Club. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- stGre, Jr., of Star kvill,e have been visitors .this week in he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone, and' family. |1 ii to --., I'VA by H. Emerson Berryhill There was, .a time when a boy[ could expect to inherit his fa- I thers workbench. If his father[ were a carpenter, the 'son looked ] forward to `the day when. he] would be ,a carpenter. The ,shoe- I make,r trained his son in .the ar of making shoes. The candle- maker, the wagonmaker --,all handed down their workbenches to their children. Times ,have changed! Today, the farmer's son is more likely to become an accountant than a farmer. The carpenter's boy will likely be an insurance sales- man. But, 1o they still inherit any- thing from their father? Of this you can be sure. Many of the father's traits and ch,araceris- tics will be with the boy all hi,s life. He will :act very much like his father. The f,ather may not give the boy a workbench, but he can ,be s.ure his son will be moulded by hi individual role as a father. Good or bad, Dad will influence .the boy's life. IERI,YIIII,L FUNERAl, IIOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVlLLE, MISSISSIPF JAYCETTES MAKE DONATION TO GYM The WooclvlIIe Jayeetes, along with the help of some Jaycees, served 196 .people at the Chili Supper on Friday, February 23. Quite a few people :sayed to make the Bingo games a smack- ing success! ! ! The Woodville Jaycettes want to thank all the merchants fior `their donations of prizes for the Bingo games. There were some very nice prizes. Thanks .go to everyone who participated in this fund-raising venture for the gymnatorium .at WCCA. The Jaycettes raised] $218.78 .for this very worthy project. -- Reporter. CARD OF TIIANKS We would like to take this means to expre-=:s our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our many f, riends and relatives for their kindness during our time of sickness and sorrow due to the loss of our infant son. Thank you for the flowers, food, prayers, and many other ,good deeds. We would like to thank all the ministers, Brown Funeral Home, The Field Hospital staff, Dr. Dick Field. and Dr. C. E. Catching. Special thanks to D,r. L. J. Owens.' May God bless each .and' .every one of you.- Mr. and Mrs. Gurvis Ashley. WCCA SENIORS GUESTS AT METHODIST PARTY The adies ,of the Woodville Methodist C.huroh honored the members of ,the Senior Class of WCCA ,wi,th a buffet supper o Tuesday evening, March 6. The seniors were greeted at the door ,and directed to ,the recreation room where they we,re entertained with ping-pong and pool. After the Roy. J. H. Cameron led the blessing, the :seniors were served and seated in ,the ]church annex. The tables were raced with camelli,ss, masks, and candy which reflected the Mardi Gras season. The meal, featuring ham, chicken, potato sal,ad, and numerous delectable desserts, w, as enjoyed by every- one. Mrs. Frances Miller welcomed the seniors 'and ,their ponsors. Following the supper Rev. Cam- eron presented an ngpiring mes,age, "Where Do You Live?" Tommy Spillman, class vice- president, expressed the seniors' appreciation for such a delight- ful evening. A't 'the closing of the meal, everyone sang "Blest Be the Tie." Mrs. Glen R. Whetstone, Jr., went to Columbus on Frid,ay to meet her daughter, France, who accompanied her home from MSCW o :spend her spring vacation. Pleaters H0rdware, Inc. 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