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Page 22 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss. Friday, March 23, 1973 : L '/ i /i) ,'/, :- (, C i!iii(  :/:}: ? Mrs. Allen Wood spent last weekend in Alexandria, La., vis- iting in the home of her friend, Miss Janice Towers. Visiting Mrs. Edwin.a C. Owens fox the weeken.d were Mrs. Eula Whitley of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bruce and four children .of Dry Prong, La. Mrs. Hick Parker of Natchez was a ,guest Sunday in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Bramlette. Mrs. Julius Carter, Mrs. Eddie G. Davis, and Miss Melin.da Carter spent last weekend in Columbus with Miss Diane Oar- ter, w,t]o is a tudent at MSCW. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sellers of Cleveland and Mrs. John Alexander of Taylorsville spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Berry. Mrs. George Berry :spent last Mrs. Davis Brannan left Fri- day for a visit with ,her son and daughter-in-l, aw, Mr. and Mrs. Hines Br,annan, in Galveston, Texas. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Joe cerame, of Belzoni, w,ho planned to visit her son and family in Humble, Texas. Hostesses at the Major Feltus Home for the Pilgrimage will include Mrs. C. E. Catchings, Mrs. J. A. Ventress, Mrs. L. J. Owens, Mrs. D. E. Devening, Mrs. T. F. Catchings, Mrs. O. W. Catchings, Miss Elise Roupricbh, Miss Sue Rouprich, Mrs. Robert F. Catchings, Miss Lallie Owens Miss Caroline Catchings, and Miss Elizabeth Ventres. The Homemakers Club plans to serve dinner on Saturday, March 24, to Pilgrimage visitors and local folk. The dinners will be served at the Woodviile Methodist Church Annex, begin- wednesday in Jackson he brother, Mr. David Lesley, u,nder,went surgery at the Baptist Hospital. We send best wishes for a fast and com- plete recovery. Rrlends are glad to know that Mrs. Masan Lessley was able to return home Tuesday after un- dergoing surgeoy at the Jeffer- sor Davis Hospital in Natchez on Wed.nesday of last week. Mrs. David Sheppad and chil- dren, Davy, Cflris, and Cellie of Laurel, spent Saturday until Tuesday in the home of her parents, Mr..and Mrs. Sample Whitehead. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Peele of Birming,ham, Ala., and Mr. nd Mrs. Giraul Jones and children, Girault, Jr., and E}iz- abeth, of Grenada. Mr. Marvin McGraw of the Lake Mary community has beem i n New Orleans at Ohs,ner Foun- d,ation Hospital for the past three weeks, where he is recup- erating from surgery to remove his larynx. We trust that he will soon be able .o return home. where ning a't 11 a.m. Plates will be Dale $2 each, and tickets ate on sale at Pilgrim,age Headquarters ,at T, own Hall or at the door. :Mrs. L. Q. Henderson has asked that we notify residents in :her section of town that the family Labrador Retriever has developed a habit of "retrieving" articles from neighboring prem- ises. If you a,re missing some small item,s trom your yard, Mrs. Hendeoson suggests h, at you c.heck with her. Among ,the guests at Rose- mont Plantation for the Pil- grimage season are Mrs. Charles L. Bybee of Houston, Texas, founde wi.th her late husband of the Texas Pioneer Arts Foun- dation at Round Top, Texas; Mr. I Stefan Floess, who is currently working at San Antonio Muse, urn; and Mr. Ronald Bourgeault of Salem, Mass., noted antique dealer and auctioneer, and a consultant at R0semont. Among the hostesses here are Miss Lynda Laswell, associate editar of the "Papers of Jefferson Davi," of Houston; and Miss Mary Ann Barrow, also of Hous- ton, niece of Mrs. J. E. O'Don- nell. Three Weekend guests n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- pendahl, Jr., were ,their son-in- law and daugh.ter, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. lobinson, and sons, Barney and John Green, of Jackson. iYLr. Robinson returned to Jackson, while Mrs. Robinson ,and sons remained to visit for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Beverly sons, Chris and Richard, of Jackson .apent last weekend here in the ,home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Beverly. Chris and Richard .remaine,d to FIVE COUNTY STUDENTS IIONORED AT MISS. COLLEGE Clinton -- Five Wilkinson County tudents were honored Tuesday, March 13, at the Mis- sissippi College Scholastic Rec- ognition Day. Dr. Chester Swor, well known youth counselor and author, was the guest speaker at a din- nor honoring students and their parents in the Hall of Fame Room of the B. C. Rogers Stu- dent Center. spend the week with their Students f r o m Centreville mrents I honored were Michael Terrell ' I Cavin, Richard Jenrings Field, Mrs. Robert Mi,ller of Jackson  J, ane Rogers Rollins, and Judy ,ed Friday to be wft her I Kay Ewell. Miss Ewell had main- I ' " " e Mrs. D. A. Bran.nan, tamed a straight A averag . who is a .patient in. Flel, d Me- morial Hospital. While here she is ,a guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Massey. Friends regret Mrs. Brannan s illnes,g, ,and hope that :she will so, on be feeling mucJa better. The following list of names were omitted f,rom the WCCA I-Ion:or Roll ist given us for publication last week: Sixth Grade - Special Honor Roll; Maria Ward; Honor Roll, Vickie Willis, Lallie Owens, Edna Fern Randall, Patti ,Herrington, Cur- tis Lanehart, Gene Cartoon, Susan Bryan, David Wilkerson, Caroline Oatchtngs, Lourella Waites. Mrs. Dick McGraw nd chii- dr,en, Ginger, Tommy, Harry, and Melissa, who have jus re- turned to the States, from Sale, Au.stralia, afte .a Lten-month stay, are visiting in the home of lVrs. Harry McGraw and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Si,gmo. Mr. McGraw is spending .a week in Duncan, Okla., and will join his family here later before they leave for his new location, .in Venezuela. Mrs. Charles Ken- nedy and daughter, Leigh, of Natchez, were also guests of her family here recently. CARD OF THANKS I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to u,r many friends and relatives who were so kin.d to me and my family following my accident and during my hoapitalization. Woodville s t u d e a t Valerie Elizabeth Hewes was also rec- ognized for her scholastic abil- ity. Scholastic Recognition Day is a time set aside 'to recognize and honor those students who have put forth the necessary time and, effort .to maintain a 3.5 or better' scholastic average. To be eligible for scholastic hon- ors, the student must be full- time and must ,be in a degree }ogram. His :host of friends regret the illness of Mr. J. M. Sessions, III, who was hospitalized at Field Memorial on Monday evening of this week, and trust that he will experience a rapid and complete recovery. The Woodville J,aycees and Jaycettes ,asked that we issue a final appeal to lcal e:sidents for the ,donations of pies and cakes to be served Sun.day when they will sell dinners n the Cout Square dring the Pil- grimage. Mr. Steve Reed was hospital- ized ,at Field's on Tuesday of tls ve,ek fr becoming 11 that ,day. W join his many other friends i sending best wishes for an early and com- plete recovery. Mr. and, Mrs. W. R. Trask, Jr., and little da,ughter, Juliet, who ,ave made their home in Tew Orleans for the past year, vis- ited here in. the home of ,her Special thanks for your flowers, I parents, Mr. and: Mrs. John S. visits, calls, cards, food, gifts, ] Lewis, this ,week before moving and prayers. May God bless each I to Baton Rouge where 14e has and every ,one of you.  Earl [ accepted a position with H. E. Wayne lllm.n. " [ Wiese, Inc. ELEMENTARY SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS TOLD A very interesting and sc- cessful Elementary Science Fair was :held by the 4th, 5th and 6th grade students of Mrs. Joe Robertson at Wilkinson County Christian Academy on Monday night of this week. The .winners in the various di- visions of ,the fair were as fol- lows: I. Biological Science lst: JoAn Whetstone ,and Su- san Ryan. An experiment with gerbils, two eating correct foods wih vitamins, and minerals: two eating foods wthout a sup- plemen.t of vi.tamins and min- er,als. 2nd: Terri McGraw and Mary Geter. Model of a vegetable gar- den. 3rd: Vickie Willis. Parts of the Brain, a model of the brain showing the prts of .the brain controllng different parts of the body. II. Earth Science lst: Lee White. Model of the Earth during the Mesozoic Era. 2nd: Maria Ward. Model of the Earth showing the crust, Vhe mantle and the core. 3rd: David Wilkerson and Keith Smith. Model of a seis- mograph which measures the impact of ,an ea,thquake. 3rd: $eannine Johnson and Carol Locke. Fossil exhibit. III Engineering lst: Gone Canov,a. Model of a steam engine. 2nd: Julie Patrick. Model showing different type s of bridges. 3rd: Bubba Johnston.  elec- tric motor that ctually warks. IV. Conservation and Nature Study ls.t: Randy Dale. Model show- ing soil erosion. 2nd: Susanne Martens. Poster and exhibit on history of horses. 3rd: David Curry and Charles Curry. Shell collection. V. Physical Science lst: Lee Johnston. Electro- Magnet. 2nd: Dave Rosso. Electrical bowling game. 3rd. Ricky Jones. Death Man's Telegraph. VI. Space Science lst: Christi Robertson, Zana Henley and Ohris Canova. Model ,of the sola system. 2nd: Joseph White ,and Eu- gene Prichard. Model of the surface of the moon. Rosetta News PAUL BEATTIES HONORED ON 23RD ANNIVERSARY Mr..and Mrs. Paul Beattie were honooed on their 23rd wedding annivers,ary in the home of their son-in-lw and daughter, Mr. ,and. Mrs. Ben Murray, on Sat- urday ight, March 17. Joining Yfrs. Muroay in hosting the event were .her brothers, Eric and Mike Beattie. Cut flowers were used ,as dec- oration thoughout the living re, am, and .gifts were di,splayed. In the dining room the ble was covered with a white linen cloth wth a bowl of iris as the centerpiece. At', one end of the table was a punch bowl and at the other end a large white cake decorated with pink pun sugar oses and inscribed with ".Happy Anniversary." Mrs. Beattie chose for the oc- casion a navy blue pant suit with ,a white blouse. A band entertained with music while about 30 guests enjoyed the event. Mr..and Mrs. Richard Murray and three child,rein of Baton Rouge vis,ited her brother-in-law and sisier, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr., Saturday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Grady Murray of Leggett, Texas, visited his father, Mr. Lucien Murray, the past weekend. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jerry Floyd and children of Shreveport, Da., and his mother, Mrs. Clarence Net- .terville .of Cen.treville, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Greet Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Day left Sunday ,to make their home in Miami, Fla. They were to stop in New Orleans. for a visit with his sister, the former Mi*ss Shirley Day, and with' friends. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Charlie Brab- ham and ,Mrs. Loui.se Day vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wil- liam Ashley in Baton Rouge Sunday. Mr. and Mos. Carol Boles and Laurie Ann of Baton Rouge and Mr. John ,Hauer of Port Gibson visited Mr. and Mrs. George Greer Sunday. 3rd: Lura Metz. Poster de- picting the conjunction of Mars an,d Earth. CARD OF TItANKS Mere words cannot express our feelings of gratefulness to all of you for your many ex- pressions of sympathy and kind- ness duri,ng the illncss and following the death of our hus- band, father and brother--Dick Rosso. Your thoughtfulness and concern will always be remem- bered.--The Re,no Family. rA hought t0 -'--t by H. Emerson Berryhill A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER What do we want from life? What are our objective,? Many of us cn sum up the questions by simply answering: "I wan:t happiness fear me and. my family." We don't particularly want this happiness handed to us; we want to feel that we have de- served it through our on con- tributions and personal efforts. An inner-instinct tells us that nothing worthwhile is obtained without :effort. Common sense tells us that roses will have thorns, and any adequate road- bed has a hard-ock base. Four thousand years of recorded his- tory have taught us these things. One of our mast unfair criti- cisms of others is: "They have had it handed to them." Take a good look at our heri- tage. We cannot ignore our many great legacies--our feedom our prosperity--our way of lifel These were fought for and won by our forefathers, people who removed m any thorns and labored on the hard-rock road- beds. And didn't they implant most of the noble ideals within us? It is well that we remind our- 'selves that we, too, will be the fzrefathers of future generations and we will be handing them something--either good or bad. IEIRYIIII,L IVUN Elt, A !, IIOME Phone 888-58]1 WOODVILL,o MISSISSIPP dville hurches Woodville Baptist Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church Woodville United Methodist Church (i t in witnessing the passing of 150 years, have heard the prayers of generation after generation. They would welcome yours. Welcome t0 our Pilgrimage 1973 C. M. Treppendahl and Sons, Inc. Woodville, Miss. :/i: