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l Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi 'IVY..r. Charles McKenny ofl Miss Addle Leak and Miss Magnolia w.as a weekend guest Mary Collins of Baton Roue here ,of Mr. Terry Tharp. l visited relatives heere recently. i Mrs. Hug.o Stoneberg of B.atonl Mrs. L. B. Watt ,of Baton Rouge visited Miss Mary Scott' Rouge was a weekend guest here fdr '.several days last week. I of her mother and sister, Mcs. I C. G. McGehee and Miss Mary Mrs. R. L. Fowler is here vis- MeGehee. iting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. White and Bounds. I family spent last Tlursday Mr. Bobby Graham and Miss  through Sunday in Eupora with :her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Suzette Graham of Moscow, Ark., spent the weekend here [Card. wliph relatives and eriends. [ Mr. and M, rs. W. H. GJllon, IV, M'ss Susan W1]etstone ex-' and Hugh .and Meg of Natchez pected to join a gr:up of friends were weekend visitors in the Wednesday to spend the rest of home of her parents, Mr. and the week vacationing in Florida. Mrs. Gordon Morris. Mrs. Mary D avidson of Baton Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Catchings, Rouge was a guest here last Jr., an:l two children f Jack- ,week of he,r niece, Mrs. W. G. son spent the past .weekend here Christian, and .the Rev. Mr. in the ,home of his mother, Mrs. Chrkstian. O.W. Catchings. CABINET SINKS by Beauly Queen -- 42-5 Cabi stainless steel white enamel. Also double bowl built-in sinks. Double or SingJe 42-54-66 inch Cabinet Sinks in or Base, wall, util!ty and china CABINETS in white, avocado, harvest gold or coppertone. Kitchen tables with Formica top. Step and Swivel Bar Stools, 24 & 30". Complete Fittings for Sink Installation. Wo0dille Furniture & Electric Co. BENEFIT BRIDGE AND CANASTA FOR GYM PLANNED MAY 31 A benefit bridge and aanas,ta party will be held on Thursday, May 31, from 2 to 5 .p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Parish House, it was announced thi week. The entertainment is a ,benefit for the new WCCA gymnasium. Cost of the afternoon's enter- aimnent is $2.50 per person, and those wishing to make res- ervations are asked to call Mrs. Lynn David at 888-6766 or Mrs. W. C. Reed at 888-4626. Players for each t,able are asked to bring their own cards and score pad,s. Kismet, Kansas, in the home of his fiancee, Miss Marsha Lee, and her parent, M.r. and Mrs. T. B. Lee, Jr. Misses Jamsie and Liz Trep- pendahl of Jackson spent last weekend here with their parents, Mr. and lVrs. Marsh,all Trep- pendahl. Mrs. Tom Connell of Norfolk, Virgin'.a, is visiting here with hr grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Johnston, while her husband is on a tour of duty with the N.avy. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Boyce William Dover of Woodville ann,ounce the birth of a son, Wl]liam Aubfey, on Apri] 26 at Eeld Hospital. Paternal grandparen,ts are Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Dover of Woodville, and maternal 3arents are Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Netterville of Doloroso and l he late Mr. Aubrey Geter Jof Doloroso. Mr. and Mrs. T.-D. varnado,[ ,Tr., of Gulfport announce the[ b!rth of a son, Ca'ey Ryan,[ their firs.t child, on May 11 at l Gulf port Mem,c,r.ll Hospital. Fatern.al gran@arents are Mr. T. D. Varnado, Sr., ,and the late Mrs. Varnado, and maternal grandparen,ts are Mrs. Maey, Cavin Bailey and the late Mr. F. P. Cavin. --tdi|HHl||t- .J|li||H|i||i|HHH||iHi|ii||Hl|i|i|||H||iH|i|H|||||Hi|DHi-Hg! Snowdrift 3 lb. can 00.HORTENING Purex 69c BLEACH gal. 35c Whole PICNIC HAMS lb. 59c Hunt's Buffet Sliced PICNIC HAM TOMATO SAUCE 6- 79c lb. 65c Heinz 16 oz. BUTT PICNIC 69c BBQ SAUCE 47c Mushroom SHANK PORTION lb. 65c NEW OFFICERS -- Mrs. Karen Cage, right, and Mr. La,rry Calvert, [right center, the new Jaycette and Jaycee presidents for the (Regular, Hickory, or with or Red Pepper) 38 oz. Center Sliced WESSON OIL 88c PICNIC HAM lb. 75c Duncan Hines Jimmy Dean Pure CAKE MIX 39c PORK SAUSAGE Ibl 99c (Butter Recipe Fudge, Butter Recipe 'Golden, Lemon, White or Yellow) Quart Arrow Cashmere Bouquet CHARCOAL LIGHTER 31c Assorted SOAP 4 - 48c Bryan PINESOL ORIGINAL 51c POTTED MEAT 9 for $1.00 Bryan 4-Rdl Northern VIENNA SAUSAGE 4-$1 ASSORTED TISSUE 2-91c T_! TOWEL 2 for 79c RED BEANS 2 Ibs. 67c THE jBANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" :COMMERCIAL BANK k WOODVILLE, MISS..,t 6 Pack SCHLITZ, 16 oz. $1.65 Scotties 200 FACIAL TISSUE 3 for 89c C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon : mumg'------------------------------------------- OUTSTANDING TEACHER -- Mrs. Ginger Waddell receives a plaque from new Jaycee president Larry Calvert designating heJr as "Outstanding Young Educator" for the sch3ol term just ended. APPRECIATION AWARD -- John S. Lewis, local newspaper editor, receives a. piaque i'rom Mrs. Shirley Ragsda!e, outgoing Jaycette president, in a]3preeiation for press coverage given chapter ac- ivitic: during the past year. Miss Susan Whetstone, Miss Judy Montfort, MLss Ginger Treppend:hl, ,and Mr. E. M. Kee, IiI, graduated at Mississippi tate University in- Starkville Sunday. Going up from Wood- ille ,to attend, the exercises were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Kee, Mrs. J. M. Sessions, Miss Deborah Kee, .Vr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone, andy ,and g oann W;hets,tone, Mr. and Mrs. Best Montfort, Mr. xnd Mrs. 'A. W. Treppendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ::Holt, and Miss Denise Oonsoulln. by 1t. Emerson Beryhill A few days ago we heard a person say: "He took a mighty nard fall, but he bounced right ack up on his feet." You know, :.hat is one of the mo.t com-I pltmentary things that can be s,aid of a man: that he bounced: right back on ,his feet. There are few .among us who do not a,t one time or a'nother 'stumble: and fall as we weave our way through the briarpatch of life. Often we are innocent victims of fate, 'but sometimes our mis- fortunes are such that we must lay the blame squarely on our :wn shoulders. Wh,.tever the circumstances which lead t;o a fall, there is a great a,mount of respect and glory tn the ability to rise again. Many years ago, Oliver Gold- smith penned these words: Our greatest glory consists not in never falling .... but in rising every tme we ' f 11 " ' ,EL ...... The remark  we overheard about the' person who bounced right back on his feet made fro mention of courage, or of glory, or o.f strength, but it was there. It always is. OUR THOUGHTTO RIDMEM- BER: "It is through Iourage .and strenlth that the fallen rise aaln." BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME i'hene 888-5871 WOODVILL.% MISSISSIPPi .,f , , : '(;"3: , ,' , , Friday, May 18, 197.'2 J JAYCEES, JAYCETTES INSTALL OFFICERS The installation banquet for ! the Woodville Jaycees ,and Jay- cette was leld at Club South of the Border on Friday night of last week at which time ,the new officers of the tw.o organi- zations for the coming year were installed. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ragsd,ale, outgoing Jaycee- Jaycette presidents, presided. Virgil Yeager of Natchez, area ,vice-president, installcd the fol- lowing Jaycee officers: Larry i Calvert, .president; Douglas Bell, first vice - president; Marion Yarbrough, second vice-presi- dent; Jerry Foster, secretary; A. W. Treppenda,hl, Jr., treas- urer; and Sony Sanders, John B2cndum, W. H. McCarty, James Herrington, Tracy Smith and J. D. Ragsdale, directors. Mrs. Dee Lewis of GIG.steer, area vice-pros[dent, installed the J,ayeette officers as follows: Karen Cage, president; Bettye Plitt, firs.t vice-president; Lau- retta Logan, second vice-presi- dent; Shirley Ragsflale, secre- tary; and Arm Wheeler, treas- ueer. Both of the installig officers praised the local organizations for their fine records of service during the administratin of ! the outgoing officers, and both forecast that the cl3,apters would Nrs. T. E. McGraw and Gin- ger, Tommy, Harry, III, an ',Melissa McGraw and Mrs. Jim Ripple of Houston, Texas, spent last weekend here with Mrs. Hary McGraw and Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Sigmon. Mr. T. E. Mc- Graw flew in from Ecuador for a MotheYs Day visit here and returned to Hou,ston Sunday with his family. Miss Ginger McGraw and Harry McGraw, III, remained here with their grand- mother for a longer visit. Friends he,re of Mrs. Clifford .avage of Okolona are sorry to know that she "has ,been ill and hope that she is feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone visited her ,overnight en route home from graduation at Mississippi State. Mr. and Mrs. W. g. Mayronne l of New Orleans were weekend guests here n the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. . Lowry. They were joined here I for the day on Sunday by Mr. and Mr'. C. W. Shrader and daughters, Debbie and Schlyler, of Bn.ton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray and sons of Natchez. receive top ratings :at the state Jaycee - Jaycette coneTi.on which is to be held in Tupelo on May 18-20. Ple00ters Hardware, PAINT & HOME REPAIR SUPPLIES House Paint - Porch & Deck Paint Varnish- Shellac - Spray Lacquer Interior Paint- Paint Brushes Paint Tray's - Rollers - Pails Step & Extension Ladders Hammers - Saws - Drills Screen Wire - Snips - Hardware Cabinet Hardware- Wiring Devices Gutters - Roof Coating - Caulking Comp. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" a=d let 00alk whenyou're dealing for a new car, or, other ma00or, equ.00pment fer business or personal use The terms and rates of bank financing fit your individual circumstances, and you can buy where you get the best deal. MI IIII I II ' j