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April 20, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republiccn, Woadville, Mississippi Friday, April 20, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley Mrs. J. A. Massey entered the of Natchez spent Sunday in the l Jeff Davis H,c.spital last Sunday. .home of hia mother, Mrs. Mac ;We send beat wihes and hope Bradley. I that she will soon be able to Irs. Petty of Baton I rturn home. Rouge is vis,iting here in the l Mrs. Henry Ha.b!g underwdnt home of her .sister-in-law, Mrs. !surge,ry Monday .at Field Memo- Among those coming here D. A. Brannan. I rial Hospital. We send ,our best from out of town for the funeral Friends will be glad to know wishes for a fast and complete of Mr. Eugene Me,NoBly 1,as Frl- that Mr. Tony David, Sr., has recovery, day were Mrs. Howard McNeely Field Memo- I 00,vo_ been released from rial Hospital and is now recup- '" n to ayee .a, M d ' Y year-old children who pla i- ' ' crating at home. senti them to kindergarten next Mr. J. H. MeNeeiy, and Mr. ana Mrs. J. Paige of Baker, La., M:r. Mr. Oria O. Roberts of Mem- year are urged t, contact Mrs. ph;.s spent last week here vis- Jo:nnie Joe Leake at :the',:r earli- iting Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wood est convenience. Mr. Rberts and family will Mr. and Mrs. Cha:rles Evan,s :aon move to Monroe,.La. Ca tchings, III, and .sons, Charles Mrs. Ray Farrar and Mrs. i IV and Nicholas Senn, of Pen- Jack McDaniel ,of CentrevillelSacola, Fla., are visiting here in ,attended the State Marketing the home of his parents, Dr. Council meeting held at MJ:ssis- .and Mrs. C. E. Catchings. Mrs. sippi tate University last Wed -,I Eon Devening of Natchez joined and Thursday. 'them for the day on Tuesday. Expected to arrive Frid,ay for MISS BECKHAM JOINS a ten-day Easter holiday visit from the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., is Midship- man David Treppendahl, son of M,r. and Mrs. M. D. Treppendahl. Spending Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry to join in the celebration of Mr. Lowry's birthday were Mrs. R. O. Gray and sons of Natchez and Mr. nd Mrs. T. J. Morris and child,ren of Baton Rouge. and Mrs. Ewell B ickham of Zachary, La., Mrs. Joe Ro's,enthal of St. Fcanci:sville, and Mrs. Sessions Roland of Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis Jr., and daughters, Anne an:i Ellen, of Huntsville, Ala., were expeeteti t,D arrive Wednesday night for an Ea:.ter visit in the hcme of his parents. Joining them during the weekend will be Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask Jr., and daughter, Juliet, and Mr. John D. McCofl.nell of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Lewis and daughters will stay to s!cend next .week here and 'Mr. Lewis will rejoin them next weekend for the, trip home. CARD OF THANKS i wish to express my sincere appreciation to all of the friends who were so kind during my recen.t ,hospitalization at Field's in Cen, treville. Your visit:s, cards, prayers and other expressions of friendship and concern have meant a great deal to me. My ,:peci,al thanks go to Dr. C. E. ff, atehings.--Tony David, Sr. BIRTHS Dr. and Mrs. A. W. "Jack" Longmire of Roekville, Mary- land, announc the birth of a daughter Lela D'Arey, their first c.hild, on April 6 at. Jeffer- son Davis Hopltal. Maternal grandparents ,are Mrs. C.. R. Haas and the late Mr. Haas of Gulfport, and paternal grand- patron,is are Mrs. A. B. Longmire and the late Mr. Longmire of Route 1, Crosby. BEDROOM FURNITURE r" N See our new suites by goung-Hinkle, Dixie and Consolidated, in choice of Classic Oak, French Provincial, Colonial or Mediterranean. 3 and 4 piece suites featuring king, queen or double bed, landscape or twin mirrors, and some with armoire chests. Open stock beds, dressers and chests in maple, oak, mahogany or cedar- twin or double bed size. Trundle and Bunk Beds. tie Furniture &:Electric Co. NATIONAL LIBRARY MSCW HONOR SOCIETY WEEK WINNERS TOLD - Frances Loraine Mrs. Columbus Donna Depee's Sixth Beckham of Woodville is one of G:rade at WCCA came in, first 41 students who have been in-:in 'the Woodville Library regis- ducted into Torch, the national t tr, ation contest during National junior honor society at Mis'sis- Library Week. Fifty-two library si,ppi State College for Women. patrons signed the register for Loraine is the daughter of 'Mrs. Depee': class, while Mrs. Mr. and M:s. W. L. Beckham, !Robertso.n' Fcurth Grade col- Jr., of Woodville. lected 43 signatures to come in .In order tO qualify for Torch,. second. Mrs. Depee's el.ass will a student must have achieved be given a party during the car q:bty po:n: laerarepOticSi0 we:k bYomhnitNtlOhladLeiflbIY pa.ted in extracurricular activit-/Mrs. Fred Netterville. ties, ,and have maintained a I There was a three-way-tie for Student Association recordlthe first place in he poster which meets the standav,ds fore, identifying contest. Yvette Stur- the constitu.tion of Torch. geon, Rex,anne Jones and Leah Visit:ors last weekend in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson, we,re Misses Debbie anl Teresa An- derson of Baton Rouge. The Woodville Jaycettes will have a Bake Sale on Saturday, .pril 21, at H&R Ford, Inc., be- ginning at 9 a.,m. You. ,are ln- v'ted to come and btiy your Easter baked goods fr,o.m the Jaycettes. Webster all recognized the s,a,rne number of titles from the r4A |0 .- Remember INLvA by H. Emerson Berryhill Major Charles Sturgeon of We often heart these days San Juan, Puerto/ Rico, flew about the poor in America, and home last Sunday on a short we are all well aware that this business trip and a visit to his great country of ours has poor . ' . . '..  I Yes But that is not all hat memoer',s. He reurnea on wea-, ' nesday.  I make.. people poor. Money is j needed to keep them .alive and Miss Julie Ann Ja,rreau, the,healthy; but something more is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ineeded. These people mus.t be Jarreau of Baton, Rouge and understood. In other words gran.dda, ughter of ,Mrs. John E. more hearts m, cd to go out to Thomas of Woodwille, was pre-lthe poor. sented the Kiwanis Club annuall It must be wretched to not Courtesy Award at a luncheon !have the fsod and clothes we at the Cali,tol ,House in Baton need, but the deepest $eeling of Rouge en A, pril 12. She wa:s despair mu'st come when no one alected by the principal anti seems to care. faculty ,of Broadmoor:, FAemen- / Friendliness and concern is stmetbing .all people can offer tarYous student.Schl as the most cou,rte- It doesn t cot much. To greet a person with a smile is a, CARD OF THANKS cc,tlass effort. To greet them I with concern requires reatness. We would like to express our How many of us posse:.::s his t.hank:s: to all our friends .an aiquality ? neighbors who were so kind ana OUR THOUGHT TO REM,EM- helpful to us foil, swing the death of our loved one, Lafayette Net- tervllle, Sr. Your ,words of com- fort anti andeKs,tandlng, the beautiful flowers, food, dona- tion.s, vis',ts, cards and calls w)tl always be .'mem?e.'by us.--] His family. BER: Care and concern go ha, nd in hand. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Pho,e 888-5871 wooDvILI., MISSISSIPPi HAMS Whole lb. 79c 89c LEMON JUICE Armour Carton of 8 Eggs 3d0z. 89c Coke 160z. 69c Butts lb. Shank lb. 79c English Mr. Cut Center Stk. lb. 99c GREEN BEANS 7 for $1 (Plus Deposit) Real Lemon 8 oz .... 19c 2 oz. French VANILLA EXT. 44c Dime Brand COND. MILK Chunk Bologna lb. 69c Dixiana Pure Pork Eagle Brand SAUSAGE lb. 69c COND. MILK 67c Heinz 14 oz. 39c 5 Ibs. Gold Medal 45c TOM. KETCHUP 4 for $1 French's 24 oz. MUSTARD FLOUR plain 2 for 89c 48 oz. American Whole DILL PICKLES 79c FLOUR Self Rising 69c ! King Kooier DRINKS 10 ,for 99c Godchaux Powdered SUGAR 2 for 39c Light or Dark Brown Godchaux Powdered SUGAR 2 for42c Mop & GIG, quart FLOOR SHINE $1.29 Lady Scott 2-Rolt B/Room Tissue 2- 59c ounty JUMBO TOWELS 2-79c 12 oz. Rainbo Sweet MIDGET PICKLES Bath Size, 4 bars IVORY SOAP 52c 34c Tropicana Pure 64 oz. ORANGE JUICE 75c S Lee 12V2 oz. Pecan COFFEE CAKE 89c Giant Size Sweet Sixteen DOWNY 75c OLEO 4 Ibs. 99c C. M. Treppendahl & S0ns, inc, STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We DoNot CloseAt Noon LlggilgillglHllllliligiglllllilg iilllliililiHillilillHilililliHHlllliliHIIIlHilll posiers on display. The very an entirely different group ex- colorful and well planned poster, s'prc:ssing a desire for an entirely displayed in the Library this different class. Mrs. Lewis dis- past week were Pare Nei.tles's pl:ayed .her very beautiful coL- "Jack and the Bean.stalk," Julie lection of needlepoint, made by Flaccomio's "The Owl and the herself or her mothe. She gave Woodpecker," Marjorie Fergu- instruction in all the most used son's "Tom awyer," Leah Web-i titches and instilled a desire ster's "Rosie's Walk," Gone Ca- in all those present to make nora's "Homer Pride," Jeannine omething beautiful and lasting Johnson's "The Magic Egg,"in needlepoint. The library has Cecil Sturgeon'. "Herren Hears a good collection ,of books on a Who," Yvette Sturgeon's needle work. "Thidwick, the Big Hear,ted The staff of the Woodville Mc o, e," Chris.tine Canova's Public Library joins the corn- "Wizard of Oz," and Jennie mittee for National Library Netterville's "The Eg?:." i Week: Mrs. Fred Netterville, On Monday of National Li-chairman, Mrs. Ernestine Jones, : brary Week, patrons enjoyed an Mrs. Robert Redhead .and Mrs. ! hour of art discussion with Mrs. Tom Catchings, in thanking Dorey Trevillion showin,g and ,these three talented people for explaining slides of famous art- their cen, tributiDn. They also ists to an interested group. Thethank the business people who library has a good collection of decorated their windows with books on the hi;tory of art and books in order to help p:romote others of ,full color reproduc-linterest in the library this 'spe- tions of the be:t collection,s in eial week These are: Bob the world's great museums, i Catchings Oil Co., Plan,tots, On Wednesday, 23 library pa- Martens, Withers, H&R Ford, t,rons were in attendance at Cumbo's, Western Auto, Trep- i Jerry Fcster's very enlightening pendahl's and Commercial Bank. explanation of speed zcading. With charts and d'.agrams Mr.I M,r. Bobby Graham and Miss Foste:r pointed out the habits Suzette Graham of Moscow, most reader:s have that rob them Ark., spent last weekend here of speed and .comprehension in vsiting relatives .and friends. reading. Mr. Fc:-:ter evoked such interct in the subject of faster  Mr. and Mrs. J. N. 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