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a student ,at MSCW, spent the past weekend here m.ther, Mrs. Ellis Hammack. Mr. Tony David is a patient in Field Memorial Hospital. We send him best wishes for a fast and complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bran Dawson and West pent last weekend in Mary during the Wood- ville Pilgrimage. Mrs. C. R. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moreland ,and Mrs. Bessie Monroe, La., with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. nd Mrs. W. L. Sml,th. Mrs. Hugh Wynne of Me.mpls visited recently in the home of her aon and daughter-in-law, i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hott, and, The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocke%t had as guests for several days her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wertz- baugher, of West Branch, Iowa. Weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Clara Bass were her granddaughters, Mrs. Andee Gammille, and son, Chris, of Jackson ,and Miss Pattie Ma- gla'thlin of Atlan¢oa, Go. • he Woodvllle Jaycees and Jaycettes report that they re- .alized a net profit of $510.85 N. Ashley of Vicksburg spent the on ,the dinner which they served past weekend here in the home on Mmrch 25th during .the lil- i of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. grim age. A check in .that amount is being turn`ed over ,to She Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. S'hel-Civic Club this week. ton spen4 ,the past weekend in Jackson where ,he attended a buyers convention, and while there they visi,ted with their son, the Rev. Henry S. Shelton. A very successful Lay Mission Edwin, Jr. Friends of Sheriff H. B. Mc- Ora,w will be sorry .to learn .that he is a patient in Field Memo- sial Hospital in CentrevilIe. We send best wishes for a complete recovery. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leake wore i his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raymond, , and C,hristi and Robble of Jiack- son. They were joined by Miss SOFAS - SOFA BEDS - LOVE SEATS Rally was held at ,the Woodville' Terry Raymond and Mr. Billy Methodist Churc,h &he past Hare, also ,of Jackson. Friday, Saturday and Sumday. I If yo have ,any .toys' that you M, ore than twen.ty lay visitors do nat need or broken .toys were present from Jackson, : which cn be repaired, please Greenwood, Meridl.a., Monroe, 'donate .them to the Woodville La., and other Mississippi nd! J,aycette for shipmen`t' .to the Louisiana .tow n. Elllsville State Sc:lool. If you 'Iwish to make a donation, please phone Mrs. Shirley Rgsdale, .j We invite you to see our complete line of sofas, sofa beds, Fashioniters, love seats and matching chairs. Available in Mediterranean, Early American and Traditional styling, with choice of Nauga- hyde or Herculon upholstery. We have been requested to remind local residents t'ha.t the Woodville Jaycees and J, aycetes are still collecting for .Vhe Rich- ard C orken Fund which they recently es.tablis,hed. An accoun.t for the Woodville Jayeee lich- ard Corkern Fund ha been op- ened a ,the Commercial Bank and donations may be made there or ..to any Jaycee. If you are interested, in sew- ig you are invited to attenfi ,the "Sew FMr" which will be ,held ,at .the Na¢ional Guard Armory in Natchez on Thurs- day, April 12, under sponorsh,ip of the Co,operative Etension Service I-Iome Economists of surrounding counties. The event is free .to the public and will be held f.rom 9:30 a.m. o rmon and from 1 o 3:30 p.m. BIRTHS COMPETITORS -- These .two coed will be among 19 ]ovelies vying for the title of Miss Miasissippi College as the pageant gets under- way Thursd,ay. April 12. at 8 p.m. in Nelson Auditorium. Valerie Hewcs (left) of Woo'dvtlle will represent .the Freshman class an, Oonna Fos.ter of Brookhaven will represent the Track Club. The teme for he evening will be "Do You Believe in Magic?" Com- peti,tion will consist of talent and evening gown categories. (M.C. Photo by Bill Strange) VARIETY OF INTERESTS AT WOODVILLE LIBRARY FOR NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK The Woodville Public Library will emphasize Na,tio.al Library Week, April 9-14, by offering a variety of interesting aspects of ,the $ibr, ary system. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday of N,a- tional Library Week, at 5 p.m., the library invites its patrons rd friends to sop in-,have a cup of coffee-'a'nd enjoy three short, interesting progr,ams t'ha.t will introduce relatively un- known :and unused facilities of the library. On Monday, Aril 9, at 5 p.m., Mrs. Dorsey Trevllllo will show a limited number of s.lides of impressionlst pinters and poln.t this, and the Nation,ai Library Wedk Gommi,ttee invites you to come in and share with them, and Mrs. Lewis, your in,retest i this art. Please bring your .tips .and experience as well .as your questions. On these three special days, the Library will remain open until 6 p.m. Younger library patrons will be demons.trating their interest i:n ,t,hei,r local library by enter- ing into a poster-making con- test. Mrs. Robert Catchings is cond,ucting t'his year's work, and }t 'has a new twist. Each pos.te, r will illustra.t'e a book, but the pic.tu.re l.tself avill be the only clue to w hie,h book. The .test i:S how many correct titles can be recognized from. the illustra- tions. Friday, April 6, 1973 : . readirs may register for .thelsume its regular run today.  child s room each time that .they March 30, 1937: The Red Cross use the lihrary to cheek out a I reper:ted today the recent flood book. The prize for this con- brought death to 832 persons in a par,ty at school 10 states of the Mississippi and ]i',:i, test will be for the winning room. Ohio river valleys. The Woodville Committee far  :':!!, National Library Week greatly Blue Box :,l  , hopes that all of our patrons '.':: }:4 and would-be pa(rons will avail KOTEX themselves of the many facili- '':']], ' ,ties of the Public Library, par- ticularly during this week, April 9-14. Many of the wind,ows of local businesses will ,be deco- rated to emphas, ize this week, and to remind everyone that 'the library does have some- thing for everyone." MISS. RIVER RISING (Con,tinued from Page 1) eamp. and 117,0{)0 outide Red Cross Camps. January 30, 1937: A .crest of 57 •feet forecast for Natchez in 1.te February. February 13, 1937: The 55-foot level reached odas, on the Natchez gauge. Marc'h 6, 1937: The number of flood victims being fed in Wilkinson County reached 700 I persons this week, the Red Cross i repcrted. March 13, 1937: The high wa- ter in the vicinity of St. Fr, an- cisville has subsided so rapidly in the past ten (ays th, at the Woodville Y&MV train will re- ":!i ¸¸ .,: 39c MR. PAUL'S Supermarket WHEN TROUBLE COMES, INSURANCE TURNS YOUR PREMIUM PENNIES INTO CLAIM SETTLEMENT DOLLARS. FOR SECURITY AND PEAC. OF MIND HAVE COMPLETE INSURANCE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. H Illl' I I I I From Your Friendly Hardware-- Planters Hardware, Inc. The Picnic's on Frigidaire ..... A picnic outfit for four comes with the purchase of a Frigidaire Refrigerator-Freezer. Outfit includes wicker basket, 54" square vinyl cloth, and cups, plates, forks and spoons for four. Purchase must be made before April 30, 197;1. Take Home Frigidaire Instant Cool... Installs in minutes----Operates on 115 volts. 6,000 BTU/hr. Push-button selection. 2 cooling speeds. Thermostat for climate Control. Jet-Aire vents whisks stale, smokey air outside in minutes. Adjustable air control. 1.9 pints moisture Also Occasional Chairs, in 'singles or pairs; Mr. and Mrs. Max H,0pper of :l °utthatthecategorlzesparticulart'hemp°Lntsas,°f''oreateach Oastonia, N. C., announce the I Baintings:" Mrs. Trevillion has End, Coffee and Hexagon Commode Tables, bir.th of a son, Clay Burton and Lamps and Mirrors for the Living Room. Taylor, their second child an.dlC°nducted ,this type class for second son, on, March 16th. Mr.  several yea,rs at te extension W ] college in N,atchez. • and Mrs. C]ay B. Tucker of • 00dgiile Furniture & Electric €o. Woodvllle are great grandpar On We:lneSdAy, April 11, at5 - " p.m., Jerry F0ster will conduct ents. . __ __ I a .short class in "Rapid Read- - glm,-itillunlnnlmmll Ililnlinnntnmilnniimml nunlnlm Ill Innulimminn [ dng." Several years ,ago, Mr. _  -- [] I Foster took an. intensive course .__     in t'his educational aid; mad "  qr J II U • ff I I Whe,n asked .f he c0uldn t pass all'l'.  ll..& IIIII   g l°n some meaods ad tIp .that "    g W'.'  ' "Z'---    m--  • n I would help other interested ffLL  " " ' l- |Lpeople '.to improve their re,ailing e00rfll IKOUUl"li00'00l00 U(speed ,and com=00hension, he 1,00w v- --- -- --vz.: • n I readily agreed t,hat he could, __1/€ _d  / -1 • II I andr would. ||'1  7.11 - = -, a - un  |I On Friday, April 13, a,t 5 p.m., • .  . ,11 /RIJlJAI-L • iH, ffi A'IBIMrs. Pat Lewis will ,be at the LADDAUi: IU. OI; l] . library o demon.strafe, explain, II i i JFN " i land hezp wi.thneedlework. Mrs. ,.  H [Lewis is an. ac(om,plis,hed needle- I( ,,,,i 00. |]gram said "Yes. Isee you J|lllLUk |, UUP ilveant someone to €each the most :: '   I basic stitches, s,how Vhe more • '  I complex ones, and help wieh • _ _ m l,any problem,s anyone has with - Parkay 3 .lb. Bonnie Baker hi*heir own needlepoint." Mrs. n •  .  |' nu •  [Le,wls is very qualified, o do ,,,',:i',, 8 koru II/,, / Bo0000ie 89 SLABBACON lb. 75(:: ,,,, O nce c ,b 600ou t'' ,'"" r:'' 10 lb. Bonnie Baker " il by H. Emerson Berryh lli !, ............ ' []l by H. Emerson Berryhill MEAL PI. 19c 5. K. UIC ,,,. , ,,,,-,,,,- ,; z_ II Someone once said "Physical : ' wnole l"lllllt. ID. 03C |Jwork is a specific contact wlh • ]the beauty of the world." ........ ' ' |l When a man pu.ts in a hard !i:,:41; I:gg Beet, Liver Lhopped, l;rA PlCMIC Ih 69c llday's or d his limb aohe . v.,..... --..,... . and .he i,s exhaustc,d from his Sea Food or Kudney Gravy II l!i, t,,, ,. -- |jlabors, life is more ,beautiful lor :i," 'lne LIves , } |lhim than he realizes. FOOD ? .for Kraft Sliced 12 oz. il The happiest 00omes 00hose ............ hmav|e'tn Ci:i:¢:t: 7Oc U[ where .the family gathers around :": ' r-,.,,,,,.-,.,,. "" '""'" "-- |Jthe 'table ,after a long, hard day. ""  , i J T,he feeling of tccomplishment ' ' --^ r_ ._ ' |Jthat come to he aborers axe OU %.,UU! in ., ., .. ., , ^. Twin Pack Aurora nlnever known by ,the idle. NO. INanglrflS Z tar ZDC .-,., ,.- .. n e,_ ml Our nation v's ,bflt by hard .;,,., r" , ' /l:bU t" Z paCKS yc |Jworkers, and it is kept ahve '%: |lby only te Workers still. ; (' ' ' 1 . . |J Very f Of he rioters h'ae ,- Kraft 7 oz. Steakhouse Jl Joined th'/l'an' Of he mili,wns ':'"" a a • r. -. # -, ,--,.--,. ,^ nn #' iJafter ,a ard ay on, the job. '  naacaront ulnner . - :H L.HAKt, UAL lU lOS. OYC |]The disserens ,are .for the most  , |J part unemployed. The marchers, ' : _ ....... ....... . . | l protesters have nohig be,ter i to do and nohing more im . Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains. II ...... ' , ! l portant. . WE RESEEVE THE RIGHT TO LINIIT QUANTITY SO THAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. 1 How ad when idleness causes '. ' . ||a person to lose sht of the ':""  ' . ' . , |lbeauy of' te world, C M Treppendahl & Sons inc il • • l * FU.ERAI HOME STORE HOURS. 7:45 a.m: to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon it I II hal Ilil I I l I l l l lla - - - - III I " WOODVILI, MISSISSIPI ' • " . ' " '   ,  ' " , ': '  , ' t no'ther feature of National Library Week offered .to stinm- removed per hour. Expantlr, ble side panels for easy in- late younger oatro,n,s in.terest is stallation. h{ir ;a°d ym Or ngtt:rleS t 'a dwee rEkuC eS 't: i Buy ,No_w, _,_ Buy Early, Save, When planmng your route J , to Easy Street you're welcometo use our wude acquauntance ] with the roads most likely J to take you there. I 'Ser. are p|enly of ©huckh.oles and de- | fours on the road to fnnanctal success. ii , e;can tell ou whore most olios;them are. , I Member F.D.I.C. "A FULL SERVICE BANK'