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April 27, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, April 27, i973 (, :uT&apos; !(4,i: , i., !'/ ,r i,'? .?: r Mr. an2 Mrs. Roy Hendry and sons spent Easte,r weekend in P0plarvllle with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hendry. M!as Gen. Kaigler of Jackson spent the pas, t weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L: N. Kaigler. .Mrs. Jack Stockett is a pa- P.ent in Field Memorlal Hos- pltal. We send our best wishes and hope that she will soon be feeling much better. ..Mrs. J. G. Pie,roe is a patient fn FJeld Memorial Hospital, we are sorry to report. We hope that she w:.ll soon be able to return home. Dr. and Mrs. Ketth Miller re- turned home the first of the We are glad to ,report tt:at Mr. J. D. Rags2ale returned home Monday .from Jeff Davls Hospital in latchez. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Locke spent Sunday in Baton Rouge with their daughters anti at- tended Easter services at G,od- wood Baptist Church. Mrs. John Thomas spent tle past weekend and part of this week in Baton Rouge with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. J arreau and family. Mrs. Mac Br.adley and Mr. Jim,my Bradley spent Easter Sunday in the home of her s.3n and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley, in Natchez. M,r. Ken Netterville and chil- week after a pleasant trip to drtn, Jcanie and Ch.arlie, of Monterey, Mexico, ,with the Eaton R3uge spent Easter here Centreville Academy Spanish in the home of his parents, Mr. Club. land Mrs. Louis Nettervllle. m BABY and JUVENILE FURNITURE BABY BEDS in white, maple, avocado and yeffow. Baby Mattresses. Ports Cribs. Bunk & Trundle Beds. Basinettes - Toy Chests Metal and Wood High Chairs. Play Pens, Pads and Bumpers . Nursery Chairs Walkers- Strollers 4 Passenger Whirlwinds Gym Sets - Play Swings Wagons - Tricycles 4 and 5 drawer Unfinished Chests. Car Seats -Infant Seats W0odviile Furniture & Electric Co. Mr..and Mrs. Roddy Simmons and daugh:ter, J.e,nn.iI'e,r, of outhhaven spent the weekend in the t:.ome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gete. 1Vfrs. Elizabeth Hop.on, Mr. Dudley Hopson, anti Mr. Jerry Geter plan to attend the wed- ding of Mrs. Hopson's niece, M'.ss Flora Elizabeth Murphy, in Flora cn Sunday. Miss Patsy Harbour of Jack- son and Mr.'William F. Martens of Birmingham, Ala., and sons, Will and Steve, were guests in t,he home of Mr. and Mrs. Au- gust Martens for the Easter holidays. The Homemakers Council of Wilkinson County will ,have an apron anti bake sale on Satur- day, April 28, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., in front of the old wel- ItONOR ROLL STUDENTS AT WCCA ANNOUNCED The names of students who made the Special anor Roll and Honor Roll at Wilkinson County Christian Academy for the fifth six-weeks period of the cu,rren.t term were an- nounced this week by Head.mas- ter Glen Whetstone. Special Honor Roll (All h's) Weekend guests in the home fare building on Depot Street. Grade 12: Steven Ard, Melinda of Mrs. Ellis Hammack were Crone by, you are sure to see Carter, La Verne McGraw, Cath- Mrs. Robert Cortelyou of Deland, =:emething you will like. erine Whetstone. Florida Miss Judy Hammock ofl ................ me Grade 11: Bob Lewis. , . weeKenu guests in me nu , . . . MS,W, ,and Mr_. and, Mrs. Dwight[of Mr and Mrs Sample White- p?$i, 9' Susan McCzame, [Hammock of ranflon I , ,, " .....  c. ' neacl were Mr and lvlrs )avlcl I " ' Grade 8" Dave McCrame Pat ] a, ,.,,t. -rnenter nnd S hepperti, and children, Davy m,. " ' ]sons, Bucky, Scott and Dale, of I, C1]ris and Cell, ofLa.urel, an I Grade 7: Jim Belle Isle, Bobby .,  MI ann Mrs wan .ooell;s anu I ....... ,, ''n* Easter I ". " : Ixxrelle r S,,s,n Be,;t Patt' John- I .... *:''_,' . ,t'",h_o_% ...... I children, Michele Leisa and l"" ' ' ..... I weeKeno, wl n b e y :,,a-, ...... '.. [ stun. !na! grandmother, Mrs. HarrY l,es., of Roge,ano. I Grade 6: Geno 0an,ov, a, Patti I M2Graw. Mrs Zadie Woods and daugh-I Herrington, Caroline Catching:s, .... o ..... m tee Louanne, of Winston-Salem I Lourelia Waites. NIL an(1 Mrs. wage wnlsnoi , ' '  ". ..... ,n N C wsted here last week[ urafle , wma ] McGraw Mr. Elliot Chisholm, Mrs. James " " ' " - ' Gross, anti Mrs. Phayes Carter w:th .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilonor Roll (A's and B's) Sam Leake, while Mrs. Leake I Gratie 12: Alice Metz, Carolyn attended funeral services for Mr. Nelon Haynes on Tuesday afternoon in Wilson, La. Mr. anti Mrs. Woodrow Pierce of Tomball, Texas, are visiting here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Corkern and in tl]e home of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and M, rs. R. J. Jenkins. Easter weekend visitors in the b,ce of Mr. ,and Mrs. W. D. Anderson we,re Mr. and Mrs. was recuperating from recent lRobertson, Mary Wilcox, Kay surgery at University Hospital D'Aquilla, Clairena Wlitaker in Jackson. Debbie Cavin, Renee Jensen. Grade 11: Debbie Pohlman Visiting in the home of Mrs. Mike McGraw, Ella Ruth Butle,r Mrs. L. B. WaLt of Baton BASEBALL TOURNEY Rouge was a guest here in tte home of her tool.her. Mrs. C. G. McGehee, the latter pa,rt .of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Des- hotel and children, Yvonne, Ken, Jr.. NaneLte and Lessley, of Washington, La., spent the Easter holidays in the home of her mother, Mrs. W. L. Ferguson. Easter guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry were Mis, s Debbie "rod Schuyler S:rader of SLU, Hammond, La., and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. May- ronne of New Orleans. Easter guests in the home of (Continued from Page 1) Centreville 3 2 2 5 Adams 1 2 0 5 WP Randy Poole LP Timmy Kemp (9 innings) Saturday, April 21 Franklin 0 2 1 11 WCCA 1 4 2 12 WP Donald Enis LP Holland (8 innings) Franklin 0 4 3 13 Centreville 4 8 3 6 WP Reed LP Oglesby Guests in the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. St, ockeLt and Marshall Lumpkin for were their son ,and dauglter-I the Easter holidays included in-law, the Roy. and Mrs. C. W. I Mrs. I_,eisa M. George of Rayne, Stockett, Jr., and two sons of La., Mr. and Mrs. 3"im Kartsi,mes Covington, La. and son, Jamie, of E1 Paso, Tex., Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, III, or Natchez, who is in charge of l.he d,ramatics department at Trinity Episcopal School, is di- recting the presentation of "Charley's Aunt," which will take place Thursday and Friday evenings at Trinity High School. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ledet, Jr., =f Lafayette. La.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse West, Mr. Eric West and Miss Weatheeby Partridge of Natchez. CARD OF TltANKS We are deeply grateful to all Nolan Revette and Carlene; Kathy andCindyofFt. Walton Planters H00rdw00re Beach, Fla., Mr. Dave Anderson and Debbie and Teresa of Baton Canton. Che,ryl Smith, Renee Inman, I  Rouge and Mr and Mrs. Clar- . ,, - , .... 1Tim Sessions .' .' _, .  ,mono tnose eomlng.nere . , , _ enee haynes oI Oloster .............. Grade 7" Greg weoster ,.or- auraay iorme mnerm oI lvn's.. '. _ , '-- MAJOR APPLIANCES ............ dJ A Masse - were Mr and Mrs rame aws renoa uaws MSS t:arrm ,ynn wmenea . . y ' ' ......  E- ar- B -orle "  f rail '! Cindy Spillman Pam Messenger will be lmiaea im,o tapoa  a.w a . w y anti a y ..... ' ..... '  ' ueita .......... m a ,acnomsuc ecmeat'on: of Moss Point, Mrs. Anita B.'lxacnael_ .... noweu, aaemlae ..... wurry. See our line of Refrigerators, Food Freezers, .... ' ....... of Corle- and MIS I T "ones II uraae U' :ana r'ern ganaau zrar.ernity, a me umverssy , y '. .a , , I- "'s Laneh rt u n - n' Electric Ranges, Automatic Washers, Dish Southern Mississippi at Hatties- of Hattiesburg, Mr. and Mrs. wur ' a,  sa ,rya , burg on Thursday of this week. Robert Miller, Sr., and Mr. and Eavid Wilkerson, Keith Smith, , Wc,!shers and Ice Makers The fraternity selects, one hun- Mrs. Robert Miller, J., of Jack- Maria Ward. Grade 5: Lee White, Louis dred new members annually lson, Mr. and Mrs.'Cecil Robbms Mrquette Wshers from students w.ho plan to teac.h :f Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sturgeon, Carol Locke. Jennine or hold educat!on certificates. Whetstone of Tallulah, L a., Mr. Johnson, Janie Patrick. Automatic and Wringer type .and Mrs. Clifford Dlx and Mr. Grade 4: Chris Canova, Ellen Guests in the home of Mr. and and Mrs. B. W. Brannan and Carter, Zana Henley, Bob Her- Hardwich, Duchess & Kelvinator Ranges Mrs. W. J. Miller for Easter son of Zachary, La., Dr. Hrvey r,ington, Lee J,ahnston, Roxan Gas and Electric Ranges - Wall Ovens weekend and also this week are Johns,ton, Jr., Mr. Jack Boyles, : Jones, Susanne Martens, Ch,ristie Mr. and Mrs. David Chaf, fin anti and Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Bolen Roberts on, Holmes Sturgeon, Frigidaire Air Conditioners Kathryn, Paula,'and David, Jr., of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Levin Walker, Frank Ward, of Sierra Vista, Ariz., Mrs. R. Wtn stead," Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Joseph White, Eugene Pritehard. 6,000, to 28,000 Sizes Denny Britt .and Cory of Jack- ney Boyles, Sr., ,anti Mrs. Fern ............... "Buy Early and Save" sonville, Fla., Mr. James Miller, Cham penois 0 Hatties,burg, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- w,ho has been working in Jack- and M, rs. a. . ',W:h, arton ,of M,c- stone, Jr., of Starkvllle visited "(uali|;y Merchandise Reasonab|y Pri;.ed" son, md Miss Mar.ha Trlgg of Comb, Mr. ai:d Mrs. C. B. Knight here in the home'of his paten,to of Baton Rougel Mr. Ralph during the Easter holidays. Luther Havard and Teresa on Renee Beckham, Nash Lawra- of the friends who weee so kind Crosby Route for the Easter son, Renee Ryan. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson following the recent death of holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Grade 10: Carolyn Wieeler, I are expecting the!r son-in-law tour loved one, Mr. Alvin Hill. Clemon Durham of Roxie, Mrs. Lei sa Geter, Vickie McGehee, I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lYour prayers, letters, cards and Charles Evans and Mr: Sammie Donny Smith, Ellen Sessions. ]Kenneth Bradley, and Ken,[other expressions of sympathy Havard of Wo,odville , Me. anti Grade 9: Faye Brown, William I Kevin, Michael, and Karen, of/and concern have been a great Mrs. W. E. Hazard and Cheryl, Morris, Candy Smith, Jamesl Nashville, Tenn.. on Thursday com.ort to us and will ever be Grog, and Davis of Natchez, Herrington, Donna McGehee, I for a :rour-ay visit, remembered. -- His Family: Miss Sandra Ford and Mr. R. M. Tommy Bryan, Yvonne Cavin,], ......... , , Carney of Vidalia, Mrs. BrendalElizabeth Smit.her, Collins] Havard and Margaret ,of Ala-He,wes, Hamilton W!llis. I barns, and Mr. Alvin Parke.r of Grade 8: Martie Jackson.] Riehton. : -1.  ' ' ------C-----J..; ......... -- ............ ,,--,,,,,,m,,,,,,,,.,,i,,ii,iiii-[iminlnllmllmlilnH'mll1 ITOwnsend of LaUrel, Mrs. Louis ---,,mm---,m,.a .-',H,",,,,,,,,,,, ...........................  ILehmann, Mrs B. R. Mbsby, Mr.  , , I/ , iland Mrs. Basil Lanneau and Mr.  \\;\\   I " III 17,,," / . ' ]land Mrs. J. Gould Gardner of '"  ][ I1   [N/tchez, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' E  Bennett of 'Baton Rouge, Mr. :'"" , 1 P-L.  k Ill U It L IIUll LLUU Ilary, La.. and Mr. and Mrs. Enos 1 J, I L- || Ill|| Ill |I'  S IBurt and Rev Charles. Morriaon ...._- /..< Jr x---.. , o .-, _)L_j 114%.7,.?:<' I 3 lb. can | we would like to express url I 11_'5"FI =or00 our, Large ,I%I#V ' -- I thanks go all. our friends and I neig.hbors for the kindness, I ........ '" "1C l s'hwn us after ur recent acci- ' II Commun,ty rUl-I-l:l:, lb. /v ! dent. we woUld .lgo like to' or sma,, thank the J aycees and Jaycettes I I fr staeting a' fund t help with I checking and Hi C DRINK 2 for 69c ROUND STEAK lb. $1.19 expenses and all persons w,h,o l contributed. -- Richard Corkernl Family. ' I Super Suds " Bone In sav00nas account00 WASHING POWDER 59c RUMP ROAST lb. $1.09 --- -'"-get the same Texize SIRLOIN TIP lb. $1.49 ' SPRAY & WASH 89c Boneless lso= POTROAST ,b. S,.39 superior service PLEDGEPINESOL ORIGINAL 57c14 oz. $1.42 Supertaste [iY iii:ii:!ii W glVe__." Johnson's FRANKS lb. 79c I of Sprite, Tab, Fanta Orange, OUr CUStOeF-> Delta Root Beer, Grape,Cream Soda, children. They were , d,cne with striking illustrations B/ROOM TISSUE 2 - 69c COKES, 28 oz. 4 for $1.00 in gene,ral good taste through- out t,he book. 48 oz. Hellman's WESSON OIL 99c MAYONNAISE, qt. 69c Old Milwaukee 14 oz. $1.15 BEER,,6 pack 10 oz, Clabber Girl BAKING POWDER 19c 101bs. FLOUR 37 [ i Pillsbury 50C Coupon 71aia $1.35 S.R. $1. .. NmDondy S R ' i Family BOLDly9 .41 000ibs 2 5 is " ! :c:,:. MEAL $1 ale Price ,:':'ii": .... [ PiNE;PPLE, 'N " .[_ _::' ._ .:, -.' ....... ,, ,,, . ,. . . I Good only at Piggly Wiggly l uel PaonTe k.rusnea .I ,, ., ,-,, ,n ! '"':' o. 2 39c ___ .... _ ...... :i[ ' C /VI Treppendahl & Son inc ;:!':g %', ':'' i ,S l , . There was one little prayer in this book, however, that was outstanding! It was illustrated A large total of deposits is with the picture of a little boy lying on ,the dr.ass with his gratifying. But when some are puppy dog beside him. The small, it just means that our puppy had,,cne of his front paws bandaged, and this is the list of friends is longer. prayer: 'My pet does not feel well today, God. He doesn't want to play wih me. Please help me to take care of him." A child's .p:rayex? Yes, but isn't tiat the 'true prayer? "Help me to care...." Here we find no selfishness,'just a petition for guidance in Service. OUR THOUGHT TO IEMEM- BEN: Those who help ,always care. . ,' 3' :' BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME WOODVlLI, MISSISSIPP