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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi • I • Frmay, May 11, 1973 v i  iii :  iMiss Mary Scott spent last weekend in Byhalia visiting with relatives. ,Mr. and Mrs. Carrel smith apent last weekend in Lake Vllage, Ark., visiting with Mr. arid Mrs. Andrew Johnson. 'Mr. and Mrs. John C/rry and son of Jack,aon spent last week- end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Curry. "Mr. and Mrs. Larry Se,sser of New Orleans spent Saturday ,and Sunday here with his brother .and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Sesser. Mr. and Mrs. George Berry .and her sister, Mrs. Thurman Oliver of Grenada, spent the past weekend in Taylorsville with their son-in-law and daugh:ter, Mr. and lrs. John Alexander. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Catchings and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ventress spent the first of this week on a boniness and pleasure trip to Washington, D. C. Mr. ,and Mrs. L. N. Kaigler had as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon of Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Dixon is .the former Mis L0ttie Kaigler. Mrs. Kent Depee, lrs. Harvey Leake, and Mrs. O. B. Beverly spent Tuesday at Camp Garo- way, Clin,ton attending ,a Bap- tist state associational officers clinic. Mrs. Ray W. Farra,r visited in the home of her son and dau,gh- tar-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas, in Louisville, Ky., last week and on Sa,turday .after- r.oon attended Lhe 99th Ken- tucky Derby. She returned home on Monday. _ i i QUALITY BEDDING by Sealy and Spring Air Twin, double, queen and king s,ze innerspring mattresses with matching box springs. The famous Sealy Posturepedic mattress in twin and double sizes. Roll Away Beds in 39" and 48" widths with Foam mattress. Trundle and bunk beds complete with mattress and springs• Dacron and feather pillows in standard, queen and king sizes. Wood00iile Furniture & Electric Co. I CItEERLEADERS FOR NEXT I ! YEAR NAMED AT WCCA Junior High ,and High School C,heerleaders f o r Wilkinson Ceun,ty Christian Academy for the coming year were elected' recently, as follows: Junior High: Cheryl Smith, head cheerleader,'* Laura Spill- man, Renee Imnan, Lacie Curry, Le.ah McGraw, Joann Whet- stone, Patti Herrington. High Sc;hool, Football: Cissy Jackson, head cheerleader, Reb- bie Rcsso, Renee Ryan, Susan mither, Ruth King, Marian Felter, Candy Smith. High School, Basketball: Deb- ]bie Wesberry, head cheerleader, i Dbbie Pohlmann, Ella Ruth DISTRICT H B&PW OFFICERS were elected Sunfl,ay at a meeting Butler, Leisa Geter, Ellen Ses-Ilheld in Natchez. Miss Jean Williams cf Natchez, a former Wood- siGns, Don:n,a McGe,hee, Mary Jo ]ville resident, at far right above, was elected District Director. McKey. C.Lhers named to posts in the district Business and Profas:sional  Woinen's organization were, left to ri, ght, Eunice Mantz, Brook- ........ - ,haven parliamentar'an; Jessie Ballard Natchez correspondihg NlrS 1. '. mimer, lvlrs, r'am .... Frankenber,ger Mis Louise Dirt-secretary; Olivia Stutzman, Woodville, treasurer; Wilde Abbott, I McC:mb, recording secre,tary; Ruth Roberts, Brookhaven, assstant mann, and Miss Kathleen O'Fal- lon represented St. Paul's Epi:s-Idirector; and' Miss Williams. Local B&PW members who assisted copal Church at a .convocation!with the progl:am at the Natchez meeting included Leisa Bates in Natchez last Sunday. [economic, and Aud,rey Inman. :ocial. Visiting ,the past week and weekend in the home of Mrs. Clara Bas:s were her daughter, Mrs. Martha Hill, of Chesapeake, Va., and her friend, Mrs. Agnes Belt, of Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bounds I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and .fa, mily of Baton Rouge were Sund'ay guests here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mrs. Harry R. Hill and two spen,t tile past weekend in childtren of Minneapolis, Minn., Meridian. They were acc, ompa-lare here on ,a visit to Dr. Hill's nied by Mrs. Peter M. Stoekett, lparent' Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. who went on to Newton to visit Hill" with :elatives. I Visitors last week in ,the home Mr. and Mrs. McGehee Reed, of Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson we,re Jr., and sorbs, Matt and Charlie, Mrs. Leslie Childress of Flora of Oak Grove, La., were recent and Mrs. Robert Devore and her gue:(s of the,.r parents, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. ion Hud'gcns, and Margaret Reed at Cold Spring two children of Durham, N. C. Phntation, Pinckneyville, and, We welcome to The Republi- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stutzman can family of subscribers Mrs. at Fort Adams. Emmie Johnson Ansley of De- Mr. ,and Mrs. A. E. Pharos :,atur, Georgia, ,who celebrated have just returned home from her 79th birthday on Wednesday PiNE 'HILLS DYB GAMES Friday, May 4 It 1t Liberty 15 11 Woodville 0 2 WP Chuck VanNorman, LP Carl Ray Cavin; HR Dale Cson Crosby 9. 4 Gloster 3 4 WP Randy Seal, LP Keibh Smith Tuesday, May 8 Liberty 2 6 Glo..ter 1 5 WP Dale Caston, LP Randy Seal, Centreville 3 6 Crosby 13 12 WP Keith Smith, LP Terry Mann a month's visit to .points ;of in- terest, in Florida and with their son, Dr. Richard E. Phares, in St. Petersburg. Mrs. E. R. Jones returned %o her home in W, aynesboro the first of the week after a ten- day visit here in the h,2'me el her son-in-law and daugh[er, the Rev: and rs. O. B. Beverly. Joining her for a weekend visit were Mrs. Beverly's niece, Mrs. Bob Herrin,gton, and Mr. Her- rington of Meridian. of this week. Mrs. Ansley is the daugh,ter of the late Mr. and Police Mrs. K. F. (Kzss) Johnson, *he original owners of the residence on College Street now known locally as :the Wax home. She 'grew up in :the home ,and at- tended nearby EdWard MeGehee College. Friends will be pleased *o kn,ow that Mr. and Mrs. C. W. S, soreln:,lgw and daugh- Ler of Mr. and. Mrs. W. C. Lowry of Woodville arrived in Baton conceahnent, r aid planning, and forged presc¢iptions. T.he course, co-sponaored by the State Narcctics Bureau and the Training Ace Corny, is offeered to all law enforcement officers in an effort to train these men and women to become better adapted for the role ,they will play in enforcing drug laws in Mississippi. 'Ki'' CABBAGE lb. 10c Franco American Chicken GIBLET GRAVY 2 for 29c Del Monte Clabber Girl 24 oz. PEAR HALVES 2for79c BAKING POWDER 39c Bryan POTTED MEAT 9.for $1 Prairie Belt SAUSAGE in Oil 2- 79c 28 Ounce COKE, SPRITE or TAB Godchaux 10X SUGAR 2 for 39c Sccttowel, single 2-79c First Cut PORK CHOPS lb. 79c County Style 4 for 99c BACK BONE lb. 89c 5 !b. Gold Medal Fmily Pack FLOUR, plain 67c QUARTER LOIN lb. 99c 5 Ib. Gold Medal Center Cut FLOUR, S.R. 69c FORK CHOPS lb. $1.09 C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Mrs. Tommye C. Cloy Dies In Jackson Funer,al servicer; :for Mrs. Tommye C. Cloy, 84, were con- ducted on Monday, May 7, at 2 p.m. from the Bude Baptist Church with the Rev. Byron R. Malone officiating assisted by the Rev. Ralph Scott. Interment was in Midway Cemetery at Me,adville under the direction of Newman Funeral ome. Mr:s. Cloy died in St. Dominic's Hospital in Jackson on Satur- day ,at 8:3'0 ,p.m. A .native of Amite County, she had been a resident of Jackson for the past seven years and was a member of Dniel Baptist Church. Survivors includ'e one son, 5. A. Oloy of Jackson, one grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews. Rouge last week.from Australia, • ..................... whe,re they had spent about six years while he was. employed!: there wit,h Kaiser Aluminum] Company. They ,will now make their home in Baton Rouge. i Their son, W. C. Jr., .remained in AustraUa to work with Kaiser " while their d,aughters Debbie and Schuyler, re:turned to the Sta.tes with their parent and have enrolled a,t SLU in Ham- mond. , ,, by II. Emerson 'y " ! In a remote section of Italy there was a small Village known for its 'prized poss,sion: an ac- tive and elegant aqueduct which wound its way, down the moun '- tainside. For centuries it had carried ,water from the pure mountain p,ols tO he l!ttle village below. Modernization came to the village. A modern water sysem was installed and the old aque- duct was no longer needed o supply the precious m0un,tain water. The towns,people decided to keep their roach-loved aqueduct as a memorial and t, preaerve it as a famous landmark. "It has served long and well. Let's cut off the wa,er supply so that we may eliminate the wear and keep it forever," they said. The water was diverted fr,om its source to give the aqueduct what they thought to be a long- needed rest. In a few days the sides began to plg, and as the moss and, the ancien't stones be- gan to dry in the sun the wan- flerful old .aqueduct ,began to fall apart. In. a very short time it .was almost completely de- stroyed. What ocen,turles of serv- ice had failed to. do, idleness had accomplishedTiff a few short weeks. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- E,ER: Only thr.oug, h service is fullness achieved. BERYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WO ODVILLF,, MISSISSIPI WARREN'S GROCERY and SPORTING GOODS gas groceries feed trailers Delcraft and Terry Bass Boats Old Carter's Grocery Highway 61 North Pin,tots Hardware, Inc. Chief Completes Drug 'Training School Woodville Police CJ]ief Jame.s W. Forman recently comPleted a twc-,week d,rug investigation training school held at the Mis- sissippi Law En.forcement Offi- cers' Training Academy. Instruction for For,man and ttie other 2.6 participants cov- ered dfu 1,ws, drug identifica- tion, undercover work, drug ,=__ ..... GIFTS FOR THE GRA.D Portable Clock Radios Westclox & Timex Wrist Watches Electric Clocks - Travel Clocks '/ravel Irons .-Hair Dryers 'Tennis Rackets & Bails Spinning Rods & Reels Cast & Spin Baits & Lures Tackle Boxes -- Hunting •Lights Pocket Knives - Hunting Knives "Qunlii:y Mcrcimndise ReasonaMy Prked" / is bank is We're proud of the customers we keep by doing our very best to make them proud to call this their bank.