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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississ;ppl Friday, March 16, 1973 ..... i Mrs. Mac Reed and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard Mrs. Jimmy Randall spent last. and four sons of Poplarville vis- Monday and Tuesday in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford of New Orleans spent last weekend here in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Treppedahl. Mrs. Ca,rter Leak of Baton ited last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hendry and sons. Mr. ,and, Mrs. H. B. Curry spent the past weekend in Jack- son with their son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Curry, and son, Mike. Rouge was a weekend guest in i We regret to report that Mrs. the home of her brJother-in-law W. L. Winston. is a p atien in and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Field Memorial Hospital. We Smither, and family. I wish for he a fast ,and complete Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller ,and t recovery. three daug,hters of Monroe, La.,! Batrons :of WCCA are re- were weekend guests in the minded that tuition for the home of hey mother, Mrs. S. B. eighth month of the ,current Curry. t,school term .will be due next Monday, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry o5 West Point spent last weekend1 mr. and Mrs. Rober:t Skipper here with his parents, Mr. and visited during .the weekend with Mrs. George T. Berry. Mr. and his mother, Mrs. Loraine Skip- Mrs. John Rober Lessley of lper, whig is hospitalized in Mag- Natchez were Sunday gueats in nolia. We se,d best wishes f,or the Berry home. l a quick recovery. HII QUALITY BEDDING by Scaly and Spring Air Innerspring Mattresses and Matching Box Springs in twin, double, king and queen sizes. Featuring electrically tempered Steel Coils selected for strength and durability with comfort and. quality in mind! We also feature the Famous Scaly Posture- pedic Mattress with the "unique back support sytsem ". Regular size pillows in feather or dacron, and king and queen sizes in non-allergenic dacron. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. II II I I Mrs. Charles W. Stocket4 spent the ,past weekend in Jacksol visiting her sister, Miss Leil Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trask and infant daughter, Juliet, of New Orleans wre weekend visitors ,in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis. The Woodville ayeees ad Jaycettes will serwe dinners to Pilgrimage visi.ors and local folk on the court square on Sunday, March 25. The plates will be $3 each. Anyone wishing to donate cakes or pies for the dinner is requested to contact Mrs. Calvin Cage. M:r. and Mrs. W. J. Mayronne of New Orleans were guests Wednesday through Friday in the home Jof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Sunday guests in the Lowry home were Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and Joey and Alita of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Iarry Hill and grand- daughter, Caroline Catchings, ;eturned h,ome Sunday ,after spending a week in Minneapolis, Minn., with her sons and their families, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hill, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs: Tom Hill. Amon.g the local teachers ,at- tending the Mississippi Private School Association meeting in Jackson last week were Mrs. Best Montfort, lrs. Clifford Wheeler, Mrs. R. ,A. Hartness and Miss Sarah Jensen. They were accompanied ,to Jiackson for the day Friday by Mr. Mon- fort. Friends are very glad to know that Mr. Dick Flaccomio was able to return home the latter ! part of the past week following hospitalization at Field Memo- ial and hope that he will soon be ,out and about again. /a original watercolor pai.nt- ing of Rosemont by Mr. Paul Habig, Jr., has: been donated to the Woodville Art Group and ,will be sold to help offset ex- penses f the Outdoor Art Show to :be held March 25th on the Court Square. The painting was framed courtesy of Cumbo' Frame Shop, where it is cur- rently .on d,isplay. TiekeCs are available at Cumbo's Frame Shop, the Woodv],lle Library, Woodville Paint and Supply, and W,oodville Furn4tmre and Elec- tric Company. dgggR|||||||||m|||||n|||p "IONOR ROLLS ?OLD FOR WCCA Headm.aster Glen Whetstone .this week announced the names of students who had mde the Special Honor Roll and Honor Roll at Wilkinson County ChTis- tian Academy as follows: 12th Grade: Catherine Whet- stone, Melinda Carter, Steven Ard, LaVerne McGraw. llth Grade: Bob Lewis. 7th Grade: Bobby Weller, Darlene Floyd. 4th Grade: Chris Canova Roxan Jones, Suzanne Martens. llonor Roll 12th Grade: Renee Jensen Mrs. Gordon L. Morris was joined by Mrs. W. H. Gitlon, III, ,and children, Hugh and Meg, of Natchez, for a wee'kend visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Leigh Morris, J., in Jackson. Mrs. Charles Cumbo, Mrs. Virgil Davis, and Miss Lalie Cumbo attended the Professional Picture Framer's " Seminar in Biloxi last weekend and were awarded certificates from the University of Mississippi for completing the curriculum for the seminar. We are glad to report that Mr. E. W. Spill man returned home last Thursday after ,being D'Aquila. Kay ..... Nash Lawrason ap.atient in Baton Rouge Gen- tian ,ufaae..,  '_ .... . ',eral Hospital since a highway Ella Ruin u,mr, "tom wnns .... ... .... .acciaen, m January. VlSltOXS in 10th Grade,' Ellen es,smns ........... . ne pniman nome n] wee Leisa Geter Vmkte McGehee I ...... - ...... ]are wr. ana ars. 1. . ,,ee, or., nY-mn'Elizabeth9th raae- Smither, ,l and Marci and Kari of Kismet, Steve Fer uson 'Susan Me / Kansas' Their daughter, Miss - g " " -1- Su.ie Wayne Spillman, and her Uain,e, Games nerringon, o- '- He" es Card" Smith Loli guesL Mr. Jerry BurfGrd, both .,,: w ,  ' " students a LSU, are spending Uampbell. their spring vacation here. 8th Grade: Martie Jackson, Tim Sessions, Liz Kerr, Cheryl mith, Pat Sterling, Herbert Lucas; Charles McGraw. 7th Grade: Sus.an Best, Brenda Davis, Rachel Howell, Lrraine Davis, Cindy Spillman, Jim Belle Isle, Pare ,Messenger, Jan Jen- sen, Adelaide Curry. 5th Grade: Lee Whi'te, Janie Patrick, Carol Leake, Sa:mm$ Lanehart, Kenneth Henderson, lennine Johnson, Alex Ventress, Louis Sttrgeon, Rickey Jones. 4th Grade: David Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Conner ,and Mrs. Evelyn Stevens of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Edith Brasseau and Mrs. S. S. Thibo- deaux of Lafayette visited here last weekend vcith Mr. and Mrs. Clay B. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wood, coming especially to see Mr. Tucker, who is a patient in Field Memorial Hos- pital. JURY DISMISSED; TWO TRIALS SET Darlene Ford, Zana Henley, Bob FOR SECOND WEEK Herrington, Lee Johnston, WL1- 1 liam McGraw, Laura Metz, Eu- I (Continued from Page 1) gene Pritchard Christie Robert- Isui t son, Mike Smith, Holmes Stur- Deposit Guaranty National geon, Leah Webster, Philip Bank vs. Robert Howard. Note. Weller, Joseph White. An Elementary Science Fair will be held on March 19th gt 7 p.m. ,at the Wilkinson County Christian Academy at which the 4*th, 5th aid: 6th grades will have exhibits on display. Parents and friends are cordially invited. In conjunction with the science I fair, the three grades nvolved a.re having ,a Cake Sale to raise ! fund: for 'the puxchase of equip- i ment for their lab. CARD OF THANKS I wish to eXpress my heart- felt thanks for all of the kind- nesses shown me during my recent illness and hospitaliza- tion at Field's. Your lowers, ca:ds visits and prayers ,are deeply appreciated and will ever be remembered. My special thanks to the doctors and nurses at Field Memorial Haspital. Dick Flaccomio. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- ce,re thanks to all those who at- tended or sent presents to our recent open house. --r. and CLOROX, gal. 59c M:s. Jimmy G:aut. Gold Medal FLOUR, 10 lb. Jack O' Lantern ; ! / lai 1 35 YAMS, 303 10 for 99c S. R. $1.25 P n$.  i.. ,.. Del Monte Whole Kernel ,mg raze DUZ, with "lass $1.49 CORN, 303 sze 4 for $1 Texun Unsweet. Pink 46 oz. Kraft Grapefruit Juice 2 for 89c rii MAYONNAISE, qt. 69c Soft Ply Bathroom Morton TISSUE, 4 roll 2 for 69c SALT, 1 lb. 2 for 19c GALA, twin pack 2 - 98c o We .know him as the man who Piggly Wiggly 14 oz. KING KOOLER 10 99c are quoted as "Confucius Says." TOM. CATSUP 4 for $1.00 - gave us ,all the sayings' that Quarter There ls one outs,tandicg say- ing .attributed to Confucius that Tel Monte PORK LOINS lb. 99c goes: "To sudy without thinking CHILI SAUCE 12 oz. 33c First Cut is waste ,of time; "To think wthout studyin Ronco 7 oz. PORK CHOPS lb. 89c  dangerous." We all know tbt the two, SPAGHETTI 7 for 95c Supertaste udylg ,ad m,n.kmg, o t. SAUSAGE lb. 59c gather t is diffioult to idulge Breast O' Chicken in one without the other. But, Chunk Light Supertaste it seems, it can ,be done. Very few of us. have come this TUNA, V size 2 for 98c FRANKS, 12 oz. 59c far in our lives viho.ut being ' guilty of hastiness.--hasty words Crystal White Liquid Center Sliced spoken wthout thoug, ht; spur of the ,moment decisions without DETERGENT, 48 or, 59c HAM STEAK' lb. 99c thinking them throg.h. And or these ,actions we .have suffered, RED POTATOES 10 lb. 85c CHICKEN Backs 5 Ibs. 59c or caused others to suffer. The .word of ,the a.ncien Chinaman are wor, thwhfle far Shop Our tore For Many Other Weekend Bargains! all of us to remember. Wouldn't C M Treppendahl & Sons Inc lt beabetterworldifallpeople WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY' SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. combined their thinking @nd their studying  BERRYHILL * * I * FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 e m 'o 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Pho. ss-.m WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPP Default judgment. Deposit Guaranty vs. Sammie ILee Cotton. Note. Default judg- ment. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leslie Hutson, II, announce the birth of ,a son, Thomas Leslie, III, thei,r first child, on March 2nd at Field Memorial Community Hospi,tal in Centreville. Mater- nal grandparents are Mrs. H. L. Netterville and the late Mr. Aubrey Geter of Doloroso, ,and ptern.al grandparents ,are Mr. and Mrs. ,Thomas Leslie Hutaon st., of Woodville. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Burman Graham and son, Pat, of Frank- linton, La.. and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thomas .and Bettye of ]3ogalusa, La., spent Sund,ay .here with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins and visited Mrs. Richard Cork- ern, who is a patient in Jeff Davis Memorial Hospital in Na.tchez. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere and lasting gratitude to our friends ,and relatives who have been so kind to us following the death of our mother, Mrs. Amanda Rabb. Your thoughtful deeds and expressions of con- cern are deeply appreciated and will ever be remembered. -- Her Family. Don't Miss The Old Fashioned Bargains Red Hot Values Sidewalk Sale Save 20% to 50% End of Season Clearance Sale Friday and Saturday Ben Franklin Liberty Woodville , II Plmlers Hardware,. Inc. NOW Is The Time To FEED and SPRAY Camellias, Azaleas and Fruit Trees! We feature Green Light Camellia, Azalea and Gardenia Fertilizer. Green Light and Vigoro Rose Food Peach Pan, Cygon and Malathion Sprays Green Leaf 40 -- Ammate Peat Moss - Flower Pots Molagen Mole Killer - Mole Traps Garden and Field Seed Cabbage and Onion Plants Garden Tillers "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prized" II kC The specially-printed personal checks . we c.an furnish wiii 00denhfy you quickly as one of our businesslike and valued customers. Personalized checks are convenient, more widely acceptable, and have practical prestige value. I11 III III