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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss. Friday, March 30, 1973 . JR - I Mr. and Mrs. Wi,ndsor T. Jones I and.children, Weiler and Winde, &apos; , of Jackson spent last weekend here in the home of his par- an, is, Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones. I Mrs. Bob Gr, aham and Miss t Suzette Graham of Mosoow, Ark., s pen't Saturday through Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pierce Miss Loraine Beckham, a stu- day with Mr. and iVlrs. Fred : of Tombal, Texas, spent last dent .at MSCW, spen, t the last Chapman ,and Miss Sharon weekend here with Mr. and lVLrs, weekend here with her parents, Graham. R. J. JenkLrs and Cyrera Jo. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beckham. The 34th annual reunion of :, Mr. W. F. Tucker and son, Mr. and Mrs. D,avid Bradley the Des cend,an'ts of 'the New Clay, of Yazoo City visited hls of Ntchez spent last Sund'ay Jorsey Settlers will be held a't brother, Mr. ,Clay B. Tucker, here in the home of his mother, the Kingston United Method,lst :: last week. Mrs. Mac Bradley. C hurc'h on Sunday, April 29, be- Friends :are happy .to knoav Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. Phipps ginning at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas that'Mr. W. J. Harwell has been and son% Stacy and Kyle, of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Aust of and s,on of Gulfport spent last able to rettrn home following Den la,m Springs, La., spent last Tunica were weekend gues in weekend here with his mother, :. several weeks of hospitalization. I weekend he:re with his mother, the home of 1Vr. and Mrs. Clay l Mrs. Ray Farrr. : We send best wishes to him. [Mrs. Troyl Phipps. B. Tucker. They were joined on E I Sunday by Mrs. Brasseau[ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Geog,hegan  Nrs. Robert M. Re@head left[ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. Ben-land Mr. Raymond Ouidry f[of New Orleans and Mrs. Drew on Monday for Greenville, N. C., Inett and family of Bton Rouge I Lafayette, La. to spend a week visiting in the [ attended the Wo,odvllle Pilgrim' t! Mrs James Woffod of Pen- II PiersnHigh Point,and N.'tWc., spentC'hilldrenseveraif home of ,the Ray. and Mrs. J.A. age and visited with friends B Red.hed. 'Suncay. sacola, Fla., --spent lass week days here vlsitimg Mr. nd, Mrs. I here visiting famil5 r members. David Bramlette during the Friends will be very glad to Visiting last weekend in the Miss F_a'nestine Whitehead re- . know that Mrs. Alice McCraine home of the Rev. and Mrs. O.B. tunued .to Pensoota with her was to be .scharged fom Field Bewerly were their d,augh,ter-in- I sister for a visit. Memorial Hospital on Wedmes- law, Mrs.. Wendell Beverly, and I Mr. and Mrs. M,c Best nd ' day fol,lowi,ng recen't surgery and her mother, Mrs. Robert B arret  children went ,to New Orleans convalescence, of J,aekson. . . , Saturday for lhe h.ristenin,g of law and daug,hter, .Mr. and Mrs. .... : I I I I I , her nephew, little Mark gaseph Rob Miller, and children, Steve URNITURE Taranto, am.d remained to a'tte.nd and Will. Friends are happy to ,:, .... DINING F the Greater New Orleans Open kn.ow that Mr. Reed .was Able ....... G,o'If Tournamezt on Stmday. to return home f,rom Field Hos-  Friends are ppy to learn pital last weekend, ::::'  )' ......    __ __7  that Mr. Clay B. Tucker was Sunday gaes'ts in,he home of : ,' .... : able to return to his home here Mr. and Mrs. trn Dawson were , last Wed nesd.ay foli,owig has- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chester, Mrs. -'z.::i:i : ! pi'talization ,at Field's for treaJt- John Barksdale and three chil-  _  merit of injuries suffered in an dren, ad Mr. and Mrs. Tommy '. .... automobile accident. Waguespack and five children, $2 : i Mrs. Harry McGraw, J.r., an all of Baton Roge. Joh Daw- Mrs. T. E. MeG,raw accompanied son was also ,home from Missis- Miss Gnger McGraw 'to Hous- sippi State for the weekend. ,;: ton, Texas, where she is a stu- Weekend guest in the home See our handsome new dining room suites dent at Sam Houston State Unl- of Mrs. John W. Turner and Miss varsity. They visi'ted in the home in maple by Tell City and fruitwood by Con- of Mr. and rs. J. M. Ripple, solidated. Colonial or Meriterranean styling w,here they were Joined by Mr. T. E. McGraw, who regurned o with trestle or oval tables, and matching Woo dvine with his wfe na' chairs, china and buffet, morther ito visit for a week. ::, : DINETTES by Oaystrom and Duchess in 5, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins rectangumr 7 and _ ,9 piece tables,SUiteS'and Choose chrome, frOmavocado,OVal or who and spent vlsited haslaSt :been Mr.Mnday aRiehard patient in Corkern, JeksOnin Uni- harvest or coppertone tubing, varsity Hospital since his auto- ::: Snack Bar Stools, finished or unfinished, mobile accident severn,1 weeks go. Mrs. Oorkern and their  24 or 30 inches high, with o'r without backs, tlree hildren ,are in raklin- W,O,dY ij ton, La., visiting in he home , le Furniture & Electric o. of MZ. and Mrs. Barman. Ga- ousbo/Te=a; Mre. h W. IIl]IIIII ...... I ...... I ham tn,d other family members. Blaekstone of, Lafayette and her mlml.ammmmm sister-:in-law of O,mha, Ne- '<; main of (zand Coteau, La. The ! ;i',  : ;:'-]:4'. group was joined later by Mr. ' I W " _ _ a,d s. Oordon Haond of ]:I '' 1 I MORE gAVINGg * Kevin..Batn Rouge ,ad their son, w IN gTORE J m M . .--   .I wish o express my thanks 'I r gO/ '"i ,d appreciatio to all of my ; friends who sent car&s and flowers arid who vtslted me while deeply :Erateful for your many -  " ' eapecthughtf:t!llally ,kind,asses andgratef.ul fr youram prayers. -- Clay B. Tucker. 10 lb. GODfiHAUX COMMUNITY - ' SUGAR $1.07 COFFEEIb.. 81c (With $5.00 Purchase) Pa'rkay Round Margarine 3 lb. 89c STEAK lb. $1.19 H. Emerson Berryhill One of %he :aptive fol,lowers of ,the Duke .of Monmou'th was Ronco With Bone, RUMP brought before James II. "YOU know i,t is .wi, mSr poaver o[ EGG NOODLES 4-$1.00 ROAST lb. $1.15 Yes,' ,replied he man, who Bath Size : it isknew not n yournature, hislcruel ohrcter' ",but CAMAY SOAP 5 for 99c Boneless SIRLOIN TIP " Think a,bout hestte" of the 12 oz. Bottles FALSTAFF BEER 6, $1.09 Commander's SARDINES 4 for $1.00 Comet Regular CLEANSER 7 for $1.00 ROAST lb. $1.39 Kraft MAC & CHEESE 4 for $1 Kelly's No. 303 CHILI, no beans 2 for 89c With Extra Glass Red Bird KING SIZE DUZ $1.49 VIENNA SAUSAGE 2-29c I Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a,m. 'to 6 p.m. We DoNut Close At Noon ,,mBmm, mmmmmmmmmmmu..mmmmmmmummm. Greet Pilgrimage Visitors Mr. John Bell, a student at MissiSsippi State, and Miss Becky Hemby, who .attends MsCW; spent ,the paat weekend here in the home of his parents, M,r. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. Luis A. Cabanill,as, Mr., and sons, Luis and Tony, and Mrs. Ann Ogburn Pilgrimage. and :dau.ghterl J,anie, of New Weekend -uests in the home IOrleans. Mr. Luis Cabanillas, Jr., Orf Mr and IIrs: Steve Reed were [and Miss Ogburn are students ' " r - their son, Mr. Merwin led, of! at St. Johns College m May Mobile, Ala., and their son-inl l'and. We .have been requested by officers of the WCCA Patrons League to extend t hanks to all of ,the people w, ho assiated in making he operation of Their souvenir and snack Shop a suc- cess las't weekend. Special thanks wa,s tendered  to H & R Ford, Inc., for the use of their showroom. CARD OF THANKS I wish o take this means to express my .thanks to .my friends for the many kindnesses shown me during my recent hospitali- :zaion, or your cards, your Gwen Turner were Mr. and Mrs. visits and your p.rayens. Special Jimmy Turner and Kevin all 'thanks go to the dloctors and Laurel. Mr. and Mrs. John, the nurses. UGh mess you an. Turner and daughter of Hou:s-I-- W. J. H, arwell. ton, Texas, visited in the Turner I , home here .and with her mother, [ BIRTHS Irs Alma Denstel " :' [ Mr. and Mrs. Ron IIensrlino Mrs. James E. O'Donnell had i of Houston, Texa's, announce the her family as house guests for birth of a daughter, Robin t'he ConfederaCe Pgeant and" Iathleen, their aecond , child, the Woodville Pilgimage: her!on March 24th at Womaa s Has- ' i sister, Mrs. Harold B. W.hite, Sir., IP tel in Baton Rouge. Maternal of New Orleans; Mrs. Montrose grandparen,ts are Mr. and Mrs. H. Barrow nd her daughter, Gordon Geter of Woodville, and Mls Mary Ane Barrow of world today. 'We can easily realize thfi,'t i h,as become so as a result of the nate of the world. These ,traits carry over from individuals. P e o p 1 e mis.trus, hae arM, desplse because i.t is in their na%ure. People love and trust, too, because it is in Their nature. Think of he ten best people you have ever 'k, nown, ad t&lnk of .thei.r Is i.t no one of complete trust' love, and faith in Their fellowman? I the worl.c iso become a better place, it must be,ome so within. he hearts of i.ndivl,dals. The change ms,t le made one at a .and mankind will be saved. SO,! just  how im- poran.t every hying human is to a ,be ttel world, :better com.- munity, : better lie! flERRYIL h FUNERAL HOME \\; Phone 88848/71 WOODV.I,.: MISSISSIPIL  N pa'ternal .g,andprents are Mr. .nd Mrs. J. L. Itensaxlting f ensacola, Fla. UDC 1973 CONFEDERATE Mrs. Wiley N. Anderson, Jr., of Houston, Texas, a group of PAGEANT WELL RECEIVED [youn people from Houston, The Confederate Pagean't on imcmbers of the Children of the the early life of Jeffer.on Davi, Confederacy, the C,hildren of au,thentie hiteric'al ableaux ' the Revolution, and the Hous- written, directed .and enacted by:ton Assembly, performed an members of the Wilkinson Court- outstanding dance review of ty Chaptex, Uni,ted Daughters Confederate dances as a special of the Confederacy, with the feature of the Confedera,te help of the whole communi,ties i Pageant. of Woodville and Centreville, T,l]e young ladie,s were gowned'. was a spectacular addltion to in :ante-b.elum d the Woodville Pilgrimage. Even!and the young men were hand- though the weather was s,tormy so)no in Confederate uniforms. the event was well attended I A well prepared routine of and .the UDC's wii .again be l authentic dances was an unusual able to award wo seho]axships treat for our community where for half a year's tuition (;o the Centreville Academy and Wil- kinson County ChrAtian A.cad- amy. The setting for the tableaux was an ante-bellunl home re- [sembling Rosemont and columns entwined with ivy, a whiteh picket fence- adorned with myriads of azaleas dogwood and wisteria, perfuming the air proftsional dancers, are rare. lit is hop'ed that this troupe will come again when they can be .: featured at a progcm to do l justice to their ,beauty and ability. -- Reporter. Mrs. H, arvey Leake, Mrs. Gor- don Pierce, Mrs. Joe Lewis, and Mrs. O. B. BeveHy attended the : state Woman's Missionary Unison with their fragrance, j Convention in Jackson las, Those who attended went!Tuesday .and Wednesday at Alt away enriched wi:th a real-life Woods Baptist Church. hi,tory lesson in a pleasan,t! Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bruce evening's entertainment. Puckeit of Ferxiday, La., an- The Daughters of the Con-'nounce the birth of a d,au:ghter, federacy are d,ccply grateful for ?hannon Denise, ,on March 12. aM those who contributed heir Maternal grandparents ,are Mr. ,time and ,talents to make ghis and Mrs. Gent Alton Arnold of event so outstanding. Crosby, and paternal grandpar, Davis Dancers Perform [ants ,ace Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Under the able direction of Puckett of Utica. ,,, , ,.L j .... " 11  IF I'IIIII II Pie.lets H00rdw00re, SNAPPER COMET--r "The Mower tha Works like a Beaver!" It's the best riding mower you'll find. Tough, rugged and powedul enough to do the job. Comfori'ak]e, safe and maneuverable. S forward speeds, pus reverse. 3 models to choose from, S to 8 h.p. Pricecl much lower than bulky garden tractors. We also feature 3 and S h.p. Garden Tillers. Just 3 more days left in which to save $10 on your choice of Push Mowers from our big stock. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prked" II m I ---- , Examine the financing as weil as the meter when you buy a new car. Our individually fitted auto loans will make a good deal better. We have no set formula for auto financi.g. Each deal is arranged to fit the individual buyer's own needs and resources. IIII