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Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, April 13, 1973 _q Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guerin of ttam mand, La., were weekend guc,ts here of the:..r cousins, Mr. arid Mrs. Joe M.11er. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayronna Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staley and Brian and Craig of Natehez sl:ent last weekend he,re with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Waddell. Mrs. Ellen Copeland of Ru.k, and family of New Orleans vi-:- Texas, h,as been visiting here ited last Friday through Sunday the past several weeks in the h.ere with her parents, Mr..and[home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sessions Mr. Mrs. W. C. Lowry. . Se.=.'ons, III, while nd was hospitalized Mrs. Charles S.tockeb't a Mrs. P. M. Stockett spent Men- Tuition f.2r the final month day in Jackson ant visited the of the current school term at latLcr's daughter, Miss Bettye Hoye Stoekett. Mrs. Charles G. McGehee spcn, t la.-,t week in Baton Rouge v.stting in the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Watt, Jr. We are glad to report that Mrs. D. A. Brannan returned 1 Grog Saturday after being hs- p.;,bllzed for several weeks in Field Memorial. Wilk:n'son C o u n ty Chistian Academy is due on Monday of next .wEek, school offic.ials re- minded patrons this. week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skippe visited with his mother, Mrs. Loraine Skipper, and his sister, : Miss Kathy Sk'.pper, in Magnalia last Sunday. They also visited ! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lea Skipper and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Skip- per. GAS RANGES by Dixie and Magic Chef Choice of white, avocado, harvest gold or coppertone. Featuring clock Controlled oven, uniburner and one hour timer. Appliance outlet, oven window and light. Lift-up r cook top. ELECTRIC RANGES 30 inch oven electric ranges by General Electric. Complete line of fittings for range installation. Wgyiile Furniture & Electric Co. We are glad to report Shat Mr. Richard C,orkern returned home last Saturday from Uni- versity H, ospitsul in Jackson, where he has been hospitalized for s'evsral weeks following .an automobile ,accident. Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson was caked to Flora last Friday by the sutden death sf her brot,h- or-in-law, Mr. Leslie Childcess. We extend sympathy to ,the fam:ly. Mrs. Troy Phipps moved last Sunday into t?e home which ahe recently bought in Jack.son, J La. She has sold her home on the Jackson, La., road to Mr. ant Mrs. Wayne Davis, and they are moving there .this week. Friends are deligh,ted to know that Mr. J. M. Sessions, III, was r:leased from Fie}d Memorial Commun.ity Hospital the latter part of the past week and is now recuperating at hi, home here. We .trus.t th,at he will soon be completely recovered. Mr. a:nfl Mrs. Steve Gerhar, t arrived here Sunday from Aus- tin, TExas, joining her parents, Me..and Mrs. J,o,hn. Day, and By Bill Catchings, Jr. Gary Ragsdaie has been deaf Mr and ,Mrs= W W ?random, s.]nce b:rth, .and because he has ,na,a as weekend gues r and heard very few sounds, speaking Mrs.. Mel Morgan and daughter, does not come naturally to him. Lesne, oi n.revepor, ,.a. family at the Cornet Posey ,to him. At the age of :t,hree, he home Mr Gerhart has been at- -  - . ,- ' ,: ...... I De,,an repr0oucmg p;rcures ending me umversi,y oI Texas ................. LSU I I!EU/ZI DOOKS. uIle OI FI'IS IlrST, and expects to tansfer to I " ' " " : l ' drawings was of o. skeleton tha,t Mrs C.hrles Curate w a alhe saw in :an encyclopedia. Gary heo uest of Mrs J S lie now fLourteen If you attended lunc n g . . . ' McIlwain, State UDC president, the Pilgrimage art show on the in Jack:son last Thursday. S,he Icourt square, you may have alo visited in the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Audio Harvey, in Jack- son. Weekend guests in the h,ome of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Reed were the Rev. James Reed and his fiancee, Mrs. Susan Bogge.s, and son, Ben, of Houston, Texas, M,r. l(I.er.win Reed and his guests, Mrs. Barbara Bright and daughter, Kate, of Mobile, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Miller and two sons of Jack- son. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- pendahl, Jr., planned to leave Thursday mocning on a fly- cruise to Athen:s, Greece, the Aegean Island:s, Turkey, Cyprus and Crete. They will spend Holy Week in Jerusalem and tour I Israel On helr sret, urn: trp, they ,will spend the Easter holi- days with Mr. and Ms. ichard Ohouinard and famil in Glrea,t Neck, Long Island, N: Y. Breast O Chicken Light Chunk TUNA, V size can 2 for 99c Butter Me Not, or Texas Style Piggly Wiggly BISCUITS 2- 35c piggly Wiggly Bryan BACON lb. 89 TOMATO SAUCE 3- 25c 1/4 PORK LOIN lb. 95c Country Style BACKBONE lb. 89c Piggly Wiggly 46 oz. TOMATO JUICE 2 for 79c Hellman MAYONNAISE, qt. 75c First Cut Kleenex PORK CHOPS lb. 89c FACIAL TISSUE 2 for 89c King Kooler HOOP CHEESE lb. 99c CAN DRINKS 10 for 99c BANANAS lb. 9c Pigg!y Wiggly No. 303 FRUIT COCKTAIL 4- $1 Armour rrnnie Baker LARD 8 Ibs. $2.49 BEAD, 12 oz. 3 for 89c 6 Thermo Coasters 75c Konco with SPAGHETTI 4 for $1.00 6-Pack SCHLITZ at $1.35 I Shop Our Store For Many Other Weekend Bargains! WE RESEItVE TIlE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY SO TllAT ALL MAY BE SERVED. Ye:t, Gary h,as been outa,tandin,g in another form of com.muniea- I lion because Oary is an ,artist, I and a good lne. I Gary's ,talent with a charcoal! pencil does come quite naturally C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. noticed some charcoal drawings and a few painins .across t.he street in front of the local Ford dealership in which Gary's father i.s a partner. Those be- longed to Gary. His work is selli,n.g for $20. on the average. Most of Gary's work o far has been in charcoal but re- cently he has sSarted taking l:ssons in painting with acrylics and oils. T'nis is the first time he ,has ever taken lessons: he did his first acrylic in le-:s than three hours. Gary still prefers charcoal, probably because he has done most of his work in this ,medium As for practice, Gary is in need of lit, tie encoucagement. He spend,s all his spare time drawing or painting. He is also qualified for the Vocational Re- habilitation Fogram which may someday provide him with the training in the more com- mercial forms of art. Gary m,ay never become a famou.s artist, but his future in .art looks quite promdsing. His friends :bere are distressed to learn .of the death of Mr. Billy Middleton of Baton Rouge, who was sot to death Tuesday night by robbers at ,his crug store on Plank Road. Me. ,and Mrs. John McCraine and Mr. ,and Mrs. D,vid L. Mc- Craine and child,ren, Susan, Dave .and John, spent last Sun- day in Newellton, La., wi.th the latter Mrs. McCraine's mother Mrs. Henry Round'tree: by H. Emerson Berryhili In one of the great'tiaws on an American river, a man was left on one of the cakes of ice which was not yet actually sep- areted from the unbroken mass In :his terror, however, he did not see ,his' avenue of escape, but knelt down and began to pray aloud for God to deliver him. A spectator on the shore cried loudly to him: "Man, stop praylng anti run fee the shore!" We do not repea,t ths story to belittle prayer in any way. We believe ,strongly in he power and comfort of prayer. But there is a latent lesson to be learned in this s,tory of the man on the ice. It is that God is not respon- sible for any m!,racle theft we can perform for ourselves. He is not to be expected to accomplish an,y task tha,t we.ourselves can do. No one is foclih enough to :sit in an easy chair watching TV and ask God to change the channel. When we pray for the poor, the sick, and he less fortunate, have we done all within our p0wc tO aid, heal and comfort before we carrie:l it to God 1,n prayer? OUR TOUGHT TO REMEM- B,ER: Ood:,helps th,ose who help themselves II,]IHIYI! II,l, I'UN.I.,I,A !, IlOME PJt0nte ! 888-5871 WOODVILL, MISSISSIPIt STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. t 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon ,,, Jnumnnnlm-_nnlllnamumnpnamlmnnummlunmnnnnllmlnnunmummmmnnlmallnmmlulmnn Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clh,apman and Miss Sharon Graham vhsi- ited thole parents, Mr. and Mns. Bob Graham, and Bobby and Suzette in Moscow, Ark., last weekend. The Wilkinson County Ohap- ter of the UDC received a glra- cious th,ank-you letter from Mrs. Bill Waller concerning ,the Gov- ernor's reception held a,t Rose- mcnt during the Pilgrimage. As a token of appceciation, Mrs. Waller enclo:.ed a copy of some .of 'her favorite rec.ipe,s in her letter to Mrs. Charles Cumbo, president of he UDC chapter. Mrs. W. L. Beckham and daug,hters, Renee and Mrs. Douglas Bell, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Juliu..s Cariter a, nd daughter, Melinda, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion, and Mr. and Mcs. Charles Gonsoulin attended lth,e lanl-lual spring banquet for parents and families ,of members of the REvelers Social Club at MSCW last Sunday. Miss Loraine Beckham, Miss Diane Carter, Mis Melanie Trevillio,n, and Miss Deni'e Gonsoulin are .af- filiated wi.th the club. Coming here from out of town 1,ast Monday for the funeral of Mrs. Ann Caulfeild Winston were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Winston, Jr., ! Mrs. Alan Boswell, Mr. W. V. Caulfeild, Jr., Mns. Harvey Jones land Miss Elizabcd:h Caulfetld, J. B. Caulfeild, Miss Mary Alice Caulfeild, and Miss Dorothy Caulfeild, all of Water Valley; and Mcs. Jack Christian, Mrs. Bertram Day, Mi.ss Addle Leak, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Leak, Jr., all of Baton Rouge. MI:_.. J. D. Withers, Mrs. Ben S. Jones, Mrs. Burlin Whiteh,ead, Mr. George Webster, and Mr. Paul D. Hbig, Jr., participated in the Suthwest Mississippi Art /,:.sociation Holiday Arts Festi- val in McComb last Sunday. Mr. Hab'.g won second place in the taint'.ng division. Those from Woodville attending the art how included Mrs. S. B. Curry, Mrs. A. W. Trcppend,ahl, Mrs. Chales Seal, Mrs. Green Morris, Mrs. George Web..ter and two children, and Mrs. Bob Redhead of New Orleans. I CARD OF TItANKS I We wish to express our si:n- I cece and lasting gratitude to all of the friends and neighbors who were so kind o us $ollow- i ing the death of our loved one, Mr. Thomas Earl Spill,man. Your ,many words 'and deed's of friendship and sympathy have been a great comfort ,to us, and ,we will ever be grateful to each I and every One of you. Our spe- cial thanks go to Drs. Rioha,rd Moore and Howard Martin and the staff of Lane Memorial Hoe= pi.tal. -- His Family. J CROSBY NEWS The Methodist Conference had a weekend meeting at Camp Wesley Pines, near Wesson, for those persons in.terested in fur- thEing their Christian educa- tion. Those going from the C r o s b y charge were Gall Smith, Kenny Jackson, Darlene Speights, Gall Jackson, Mike Foreman, and Cecelia Ogden. The group returned Saturday. ! Airman 2-C Lenord Cross and his frient, Airman 2-C Mike Collins, who are stationed a.t Dover, Delaware, visited Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Temple here in Crosby last week. Sympathy is extended to the D:ck::.on family of Crosby at the dea,l:h of ,their mother, Mrs. . Nannie B. Dickson. I [ Did'ya know: The largest an=[ most modern lumber manufac- turing" industry in the st.ate of Mi,,ssissippi is located i,n Crosby! NOTICE' Due to increased cost of operation I am forced to increase my prices. Beginning April 30 hair cuts will be $1.50 TIlE IIAIR CUT SHOP Harvey Lofton Planters Hardware, Inc, all of JlafiklSOn,; Mr. alnd Mrs. Make Our Store Your Headquarters For PICNIC & OUTING Supplies Charcoal Grills & Briquettes Portable Ice Chests - Outing Jugs Vacuum Bottles - Barbecue Equipment Ice Cream Freezers, Hand & Electric Gas Cans - Life Preservers - Bug Spray Fishing Tackle .- Electric Lanterns Croquet Sets - Water Coolers Window & Table Fans in all sizes Air Conditioners "Quality Merchandise ReasonaMy Priced" I I  ...... II When youre financing your new car you can be sure of getting the best deal if you check our auto loan plan. Choose the financing as carefully as you do the car you are buying. It will cost you nothing to get our offer.