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/ Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, May 4, /973 J Mr. Bobby Thomas of Biloxi pent last weekend here in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ray W, Farra,r. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wall, Jr., of Hattiesburg visited his father, Mr. D. J. Wall, Sunday in Field Memorial Hospital. Mss Martha Ann Duv,al of New Orlears spent last week-I end here visiting relatives and fr.lends. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Golden pen the past weekend in New Orleans and attended a meeting of the Deep South Chapter 3rd Armored Divisi,n. .Mrs. Alden Evans, Mrs. Ben S.: Jones, Mr'. J. D. Withers and Mrs. Sample Whitehead at- tended the Spring Fiesta Pirates Alley Art Show in New Orleans 1,,% Sunday. Mrs. Mae Bradley, Mrs. Gerald Bradley and Mr. Jimmy Rradlcy spent Sunday in Baton Rouge visiting relatives. Mr. and. lrs. A. M. Randall of Gautier spent the Easter weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings and family. Mr. and Ms. James M=Arthur and children, Lucy and Jim, arrived Montay foe a visit in the home of Mr. aud Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl and family. Weekend guests in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nawell ,were his brother ,and sisterZin-, law, Mr. and M, rs. H. A. Nowell, of Jackson. Mrs. R. O. Gray and sons Mark and Rob, of Natchez were v:s.tors here last Saturday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Foor, Tab!e and Boudoir Lamps Occasional Tables and Choirs Mirrors, Toss Pillows, Hassocks, Smokers Rockers by Berkline and Tell City Area Ruffs -- Bed Pillows Electric Sewing Machines Card Tables wlth or without Chairs Lawn Furniture --Luggage China - Coming Ware Mrs_ Eva McNecly, Mi'ss Leisal MeNeely, and Mrs, Leona i F.,runon and grand.son, Ricky, i of Jackson visXed here last Sat- cage Tennis Tournament m ',aton Rouge. While there she will be the gues of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Watt. t Mrs. George H..Nicholas will i present her p'.ano and voice su- dents in a recital on Friday, i at eight o'clock at the Woodville :;, Baptist Churc.h. The public 1.,s l cord':,ally invited to attend. Mrs. Glen R. Whetstone of Tallu!?h, La., ,pent last week- end v]s'ting with her sons, Mr. Charles Whetstone and Me. Glen R. Wheta.tone, Jr., and their families. BIRTIlS Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Stephen NEW OFFICERS -- Reveler ,social club at :Mississippi State College cal announce the birth ,of a  for Women has elected Gaff Thrasher deft), a juni,or frmn De- sen, Charles Stephen, Jr., their first child, at Woman's Ho:.pital in Baton Rouge on April 2B. Pa- te,rnal grantparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Se,al of Wooflville, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lemoine of St. Francisville. Mr. an2 Mrs. tterbdrt Felter, Jr., announce the birth of a .%,n, Herbert Van, their fiest child, .on March 24 at Field Me- morial Community Hospital. M,a- tcrnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gurvis Ashley, and pater- nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Felter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyee William Dove announce the birth of their second child and first sn William Aubrey, at Field Memo- rial CommunLty Hospital .on April 2S. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Boy.co G. Dover of Woodville, and, maternal gr, andparents are Me. ,and Mrs. H. L. Netterville and the late tatar, Ala., as president for Le 1973-74 school year. Other officers are (left to rig,ht) Vice President Lorraine Beckham, a ,ophomore from Woodville; and Secretaey Jan Forbes, a jumor :fzam Green- wood. -- MSCW Photo. Mrs. Thurman Oliver of Gre- nada is visiting in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Be,try. Mr. D. J. Wall, Sr., is a pa- tient in Field Memorial Hospital. We. send bast wishes to him and hope that he will soon be feel- ing better .and able bo return home. Miss Melinda Carter will be presented by Mrs. George H. Nicholas in her Senior Piano Recital on Tuesday, May 8, at eight o'clock in :the evening at l he Woodville Baptist Church. The public is inv.lted to attend. Mr. Terry T,harp, student at Mississippi State, participated in the National Skeet Shoot held !ai Saturday and Sunday in Friends will be interested to know that Robin M. Dcoley, son of Lt. Col (Ret.) and Mrs. Clar- ence Dooley of Panama City, Fla., was recently awarded a four-year Air For.co ROTC Echol,arship. Robin, a senior at Bay County High in Panama City, won the scholarship on a "compe.titive and highly selec- tive basis, as the result of meri- t4crious achievement in academic studie;s and scholostie, civic and athletic exteacurricular activi- ties," according to an announce- men't by Brig. Gem Robert M. White, Commandant of the Air Force ROTC at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alab.ma. Robin has been accepted at Auburn Uni- versity and hopas to join the Air Force on graduation. An older brother, Paul, is a junior SHORTCAKE family, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Linfier and children of Wash- ington, D. C. Mrs. Robert Redhead spent laI, weekend at Lake Rosemound !as the guest of her sister-in-law, M.:'. Norwo,od Redhead. The Rev. and Mrs. W. G.I i Christian of M'.dlot.hian, Va., arrived last Thursday for a visit in their home here. From Our Files .... (Continued from Page 1) !be many d,ays yet before plow- ing and planting work can ,be /resumed. The wet, cold weather i has also been very hard on cat- tle on the range, but thus fa we have .heard of few losses. Genuine clear spring weathm would be mast welcome just now by everybody. IIm I I Ili II I SILVER SADDLE WESTERN SHOP Natchez's Newestand Most Complete Western Shop. Hats, Pants, Shirts and many other hard to find items. We feaure Children's and Ladies' wear in all the new styles. Come by and visit us and see that we have the best prices in town. ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP Phone 442-7488 Seargent Prentiss Dr. Natchez, Miss. II I I III P' ,:---: : " - " I1] "1 IIII I II PJen|ers H00rdware, Inc. Sensational Savings Are In The Air During Our ZENITH Spring Better Buy Days Special Spring Values On Vacuum Ceaners -- Toast-R-Ovens Mr. R. B. Geter of Doloroso. Central Missouri a,s a member student at the Ale Force Acad- Zenith Color TVs - B&W TVs .... of State's eight-man team. Mis- emy, Denver. Colo. Both young ,., . , ,.. Coffee Makers -- Blenders -- Waffle BaKers Born to M,r. and Mrs. B. F. ,i,sslppi State ranked third in men are grandons 'of .Mrs. /aalos and teros ...... Warren of 5330 N. State Street, the competition with 482 out of Annis Dooley of Lessley '  :)llCln Knives .,an U eners ' ' g " -- P Jack,'"n a daughter, Regina 500 ' Better Buys. Better Prices. Better Selectionsl tan and Portable Mixers ' Frank on ,April 28 at Mislssippil .............. -- .......  ..... S d . , - . .,, . :_ ,.; ..... .. u remuring unsurpassea Lenim uaJity ...... iBaptist Hos.p:tal. Mrs. Warren, l, we Jom.'v--- -,',-, ,.,.,,.,o Guests last Wednesday in the Steam and ury irons .- Kaaios the l'ormer Barbara Diane Ward nere in exenamg sympat.ny o ........................ . . [ 'l,, .... .. ^* "" .... " "'"s :,name c[ lvlr. ana wrs. outm u. Stop In Toaay ---- While /nese values Last[ lis the d, aughter of 1Vr. C. E. lmC tm'n u w, t,u ,**,. McCraine were his brother-in- " " " Co. n r ndd uhter of Bertram F B,aoers III e amn . . .  Ward, Jr. a d g a a o " , ' law and sster, Mr. and, Mrs. ,, . . . , Woodwde Fura=ture & Electric Mr. and Mrs. Cl.a'ence E. Ward,[ Rouge an:l Latiret 'H.ill, t t, he Per, cy Lure .cf Baton Rouge, and Quahty Merchandise Reasonably Priced . ' r all of Wooville ] tragic death r t, nen" 10-year- ,, ........... " _ _ _ _ -- a., .... . | ....... ~ .... ihxe .umx aaugnECl" aa 116: ...........  II II ...................................... /01(1 son, Nllenaol Lepnen aoe;s ................. _=, ...... __-.'__-7- ......... __, .... ___= _._=:___ _ _, .... lllJlllllY.Jlillilllllllll lllll/llllllilili l=lllinnlllllllmml:.li J who was killed in an 'automobile  ' ' m I accident on Wednesday evening . |/of last week. He Was a student ."- ' L .  .  i| at LSU and a member of Kappa , . I _ " fl r, ',k .JP/ , j,r _|Alpha fraternity. In addition to l'.-i Ilk Jl | | ' I wish to express by apprecia-  \\;--'.]- ,4,,-- | I1 ,[ io.n and ,bhanks to . all my .  \\;  %' I'/ %"1 ,m 'llcards ,and flowers and w.ho vis-  |HR:'g / gff I/,  " ".  .  "J    i :,." Ji,ted me. I am deeply grateful II Ilii #ii u VI. IFW ,. r J i I for your many kintnesses and / aim , I /  P | jJJ] I ilam espee.ially grateful for your hlil|liilllg ' ' ' I I Good Humor Strawberry CHEER Kin- Size $1.25 [llt00 a more relaxed future SHORTCAKE 6 bar 79c ' . Texsun Unsweetened 46 oz. !1/N10022221,o0000/ Ier 0000urself . Good Humor 6 bar ,-n^Li,r ,, ,,,..= ' 79c . /  &'":: ...... "L: '.,/ '_ . . ' _ " I stash00n00awav hart Chocolate ECLAIR 79c ,q. es-r De/--metn J by II. Emerson Berryifill " "--"   I[- " I Mont ' ................ " ue e iC^AM /111 lOP I There is a story told which # 1IAII lHAAm GOLDEN CORN, CS 5-$1 ,.,v, .,v,,...- "-" comes from a hildren'wherhOSpltai VI 1 IlI5VIIIS| in South Ame,rica, e every 3 'i---- 'a' l h afternoon a chllds voice would __I[ ..... 1 .... il_ -_A '----J n..J Mo,,te e oz. vve c ring ,out in concert. His songs  IT WITh I! nlli -Y_. "-'.. --__. ........ DADg/lllr q fr OP could be heard throughout the Vl It WWltll Nql MHIE VI'I L- VI [L- V 'eva v.,. re ho GOLDEN CORN,. WK b-S1 corridors of the la  spital. I"1 / ' " We,eks passed, and is s,lngin,g IM'II 1'11 AntQ '1' I'1' improved; months went by and  Hi tUIJI #glli5 V l&m i CdrEN BEANS 4- $1.00 Gold Medal FLouR B00UTT Portion lb. 85c FLAIN 5 Ibs. 57c HAM STEAK lb. 89c Del Monte 8 ra the singing began tO take on Early SWEET PEAS 4- $1 COKE, 10 oz. 49c ,a professional quality that is u irl'epos"" rarely found. By the end of the (Plus all the people in the h,s- pital found themselves waiting  !lJel Monte for the boy to sing at his usual TOMATO SAUCE 3- 37c WHOLE HAMS lb. 79c hour. Eventually the boy was able Let your surplus funds work for I , to leave .the hospital and went yOU 24 hours a day, 7 days a DeJ Monte French Style SHANK Portion lb. 75c on to become a re,at and be-' loved concert singer. People week, in a no-risk certificate of throug.kout the country flocked deposit or savings account. to hear .him sing. The boy ,was a victim of polio. and the doctors had recom- mended he 'sing to strengthen his lungs. At fi/'st, the child was merely following or,ers, then e  g, it, 1 E,, i began to feel Mis songs. And the people who listened began to feel the maple of his voice. Later, their love. made him 'a t 00ltJ national idol. E ' OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Look for .the bright side; it is always thece. BERRYHILL k FUNERAL HOME [ID I i'hone 888-5871 COURTEQU, {CiAL )DVILLE, MISS. iERVICE" ;ANK RISING 5 Ibs. 59c i (New item!) Personal Size Country Pure i IVORY SOAP 4 bars 32c PORK SAUSAGE lb. 75c C. M. Treppend00hl & Sons, inc. :: '1 STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon ',' - : :ll_lllllilllllilllllllillllllllllllllllllillllllillillllllll