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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, May 25, 1973 i i  i :    iMrs. Ray Farrar spent Mon- day and Tuesday of this week In Hattlesburg attending a Standard Oil meeting. Miss Laraine Beckham spent last weekend in Dauphine Is- land, Ala., visiting Miss Sharon leynolds. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Padgett of Russellville, Ark., spent last Weekend here with her mot.her, Mrs. R. B. Row. Mr. John Dawson and Mr. El- lee Kee, III, went to Indianola Saturday .to attend the wedding o'f their fraternity brother, Mr. Jerry Solomon. Miss Marsha Trigg, fiancee of Mr. James Miller, of Rich,ton, and Miss Beverly Trask of Laurel were Sunday guests in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller. Misses Mary and Lucy Cury of New Orlean:s spent last week- end ,with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Curry. Miss Joyce Anderson and M,r. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson, Sr., spent Mother':s Day visiting the David Anderson family in Baton Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Jenkins of Franklinton, La., and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thomas and Betty of Bogalu.s,a, La., visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and hold an outstanding' ceremony Alita and Joey of Baton Rouge of bestowal of crosses of Mill- spent last weekend here with tary Service to eight local men her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. who have served our country in Lowry. time of war. Mr. Jerome Wall of Hammond The Wilkinson County Chap- La., who recently graduated ter is honoring Joseph E. Best .from Southeastexn St, ale Unl- for his service in World War I, versity there, spent la.t week- James T. Falken,heiner, John S. end here with his grand,father, Lew:s, Gideon Best Montfort, t Mr. D. J. Wall. and Jesse William West for Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Whetstone must be a lineal descendant of Gonda, Phyllis Ashley, Bob an ancestor who served in ,the Lc.wi,s, Debbie Pohlman, Nash of Tallulah, La., spent several War Between the States and Lawrason. days here last week having come must have served our country rro 10 Ellen Sessions d o,wn to attend the graduation ....  ,honorably in one of the six l ...... m, wr/  of thor grandchildxen, Clifford .... ",,* ,, .... '1 ...... ....... - confhcts the Umted States has Gehee Susan Smither Mark Whetstone .and Catherine Whet- . , , engaged m since the War Be-Curr- ' I J' stone, from WCCA. tween the States. Grade 9: Yvonne Cavin, James Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson,] Invited to participate in the Herrington, William Morris, Jr., and MAiss Joyce ,Anderson ceremony are all'pat,riotic or- Marion Feltex. spent Saturday in: Jackson, at-! ganizations and all former re- I Grade 8: Pat Sterling, Dave tending .the Flea Market at the cipients of this honor. McCraine, Charles McGraw, Fairgxounds and visiting with Following the ceremony there lCheryl Smith, Renee Inman. Mrs. John Henley of Jackson will be a receptionln the church Grade 7: Patti Johnston, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Tucker parlors wlth the honorees re- Cindy Spillman. of Clinton. ceiving their friends f r o m Grade 6: Edna Fern Randall, Mrs. Richard J. ChouinaJrd throughout the county. and Richard, Jr., and Elizabeth This s .an occasion in which returned to their home in Great the community and our county Neck, Long Island, N. Y., last have the the opportunity tel week after a visit here with her recognize these brave men for parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. honorably serving our country. reppendahl, Jr., and other It is hoped that many will at- family members, tend to do homage to the gal- lant service in our behalf. -- Mrs. Homer Smith of Brook- Reporter. haven s0ent last Monday through Thu,rsday here in the home of her son-in-law and Mrs. Lewis Prine received her|christi e Robertaon, Frank Ward daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey mastcr's degree in education at IJseph White. Lc,fton, having come especially LSU in spring gradua.tion exer- for the graduation of her grand- closes last Saturday. Going down son, Gene, from WCCA. Also from here for the exercises were Mr. and Mrs. John Turner here for graduation were M,r. Mr. Prine and Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Denise, and their nd Mrs. Mike Lofton and C. H. Whittington. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mc- daugh, ter, Tara, of Hattiesburg. Nary and Stacey and Aaron, of Rouge. World War II, and Richard Eu- The Roy. and Mrs. W. G. gene Pharos, Robert Wall Them- Christian returned to their home I was a guest of the Baton Rouge tas, and Dewitt Jerome Wall, Jr., Women's Tennis Association at for the Vietnam War. Grade 4: Chris Canova. I I llonor Roll in Midlothian, Virginia, last a luncheon at Ralph and Kacoo's To be eligible for this signal G,rade 12: Debbie Cavin. Thursday following a visit of!] n Palate Coupee Parish last honor, xecognized by the U. S. Grade 11: Charlie Randall, several weeks in her family Thursday. Armed Forces, the recipient Mike Faust, Cissy Jackson, Tim home here. 1VLr. Cage Chisholm, Mr. Elliot Chisholm, and Mr. Dudley Hop- son spent Thursday through Sunday in Houston, Tex., where .they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Baca and attended a couple of ba'aeball games at the Astrodome. J ] i i n,. G-E APPLIANCES --- ..:i: Choose from 12, 14, 15 and 18 cu. ft. Dial Defrost, Self Defrost and No Frost models in white, avocado, coppertone or harvest gold. Single or double door-freezer on top. CHEST and UPRIGHT FREEZERS / in 6, 12, and 15 cu. ft. models G-E and MAYTAG Automatic Washers and Dryers and Maytag Washers Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele Alford of New Orleans announce the birth of a son, their first child, on May 20. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford of New Orl'eans are the patexnal grandparents. ImmBt ;',|l|amlllmilanlllilalalialllllimll|lalaleilllllmlllilailiP IllI.00lllll 00III $11 Small E00GS 2 doz. 89c CIISC0 3 lb. ctn. 88c i Gebhardt 10V2 oz. CHILI Hot Dog Sauce 27c 12", 25 ft. REYNOLD'S WRAP 3-89c Facial Tissue KLEENEX, 200 2-py 2-65c Gulf Lite, pint Charcoal STARTER 24c Guff Lite, quart Half Gallon Charcoal STARTER 3Sc PUREX BLEACH 39c King Kooler CAN DRINKS 10 for 99c Bonnie Baker Twin Pack POTATO  CHIPS 45c Piggly Wiggly 303 FRUIT COCKTAIL 29c ROUND STEAK lb. $1.15 With Bone RUMP ROAST lb. 99c Sirloin Tip Roast lb. $1.49 CRISCO OIL, 38 oz. 88c So" Ply IAPKINS, 180 ct. 29c -D 9 inch WHITE PLATES 8oneness 49c POT ROAST lb. $1.29 Van Camp No. 300 PORK & BEANS 3 - $1.00 Country Maid Pure PORK SAUSAGE lb. 75c C. M. Treppend00hi & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon i mmmnmm,.-mnnmnmnn,-_nnnninnmmmnnnnnmnimumunlmmmmuimmmnlum=mmmmummmmmmmmm FRIENDS INVITED TO UDC IwccA HONOR ROLL TOLD The Woodville Library Sum ! BESTOWAL AND RECEPTION I (Editor's Note: Mrs. Vicky mer Reading Frog, ram will begin on June 1 and registration will Brondum, honor roll advisor at last for one week. Students in Saturday, June 2, at 2 p:m. Wilkinson Count y Christian grades 1 through 5 are invited .at the Woodville United Meth- Academy, released the following to join the program. odist Church the United Dough- statement with the list given ters of the Cor/federacy will us for publication of students Mr. and Mm. J. K. Jenkins making the honor roll for the of Port Charlotte, Fla., spent final six weeks period: "This is last weekend he,re with her an incomplete list because many brother and sister-in-law, Mr. students left school withdut and Mrs. Clay B. Tucker. Mr. showing me their report cards, and Mrs. Jenkins were en route However, I .am going ahead and to their summer home in Boone, Isubvitting this list because I North Carolina. will be out of town later.") Special ltonor Roll Friends of Mrs. G,reg O. Smith, Grade 12: Steven Ard. the former Irene Brown, ,of Grade 9: Susan McCraine. Baker, La., will be happy to Grade 6: Maria Ward, Laureli know that she has been released Waites. from Lane Memorial Hospital in home there. GLENBURNIE CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Keith Smith, David Wilkerson, Gene Canova, Patti Herrington, Lallie Owens. Grade 5: Ricky Jones, Clyde Faulkner, Louis Stu,rgeon, Janie Patrick, Carol Leake, Sammy Lanehart. Grade 4: Darlene Ford, Andy Brondum, Ellen Carter, Zana Henley, Bob Herrington, Roxan Jones, William McGraw, Suzanne Martens, E u g e n e Pritchard !rs. G. L. Morris was an over- nigh,t visitor Sunday in the W. H. Gillon home in Natchez especially to help her grandson, Hugh, celebrated his eighth birthday Monday. CAR OF THANKS It is with the greatest appre- ciation thai we express our thanks to the friends, co- workers and relatives for the m any household appliances, clothes, cash, ,and other gifts that we have received since Easter morning. The house which we lived in was destroyed after being struck by lightning .and we had'no insurance on any of our furniture or other household contents, all of which were lost. Each item we look at now means that loved ones deprived themselves that we might start again. We again thank each of you from the bottom of our hearts.Brownie and Linda Dooley. I 4WA l Houston, Texas, visited last weekend with Mrs. John Turner, Miss Gwen Ttrner, and Mrs. Alma Denstel. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Turner and Kevin of Laurel also visited last weekend l in the Turner home. Mrs. Den- stel returned to Houston with .her son-iiq-law and daughter for a week's visit by H. Emerson Berryhill It is easy to give advice, but taking it 'sometimes becomes a different matter. When we were children, the stern advice we received from our p.rents was swallowed -- digested or undi- gested. We can look back now and, for the most par.t, find our parent.s' advice all was pretty good, and over the years it has been helpful to us. There is an old Russian prov- erb that has a lot of meaning even though it is rather crudely put. It goes Ilke .thi's: "Don't ever spit in ,the well -- someday you might get thirsty."' There is a lot of truth in that statement. ow many times do l people have to "eat" the words I they have said, or completely, reveme their attitude and ac-: tions ! The advice we received as child had a lot of "don'ts" in it, and we. thank our lucky stars there are many things we don't do today because we were ad- vised again:st hem as a child, OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BEr: .Anyone and everyone gives advice, but only .the pru- dent heed. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Pholie 888-5871 WbdDYILLF,; MISSISSIPI Zachary where she had beer under treatment following a heart attack. Mr. Timothy Oonda left Fri- day for Chicago, Ill., where he will visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. .and Mrs. Michael Gonda. They plan to visit other relatives in Pi.ttsburg, Pa., Reno, Nev., and in California. Miss Mary McGehee spent the past weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Geoghegan in Slidell, La. She was accompanied as far as Baton Rouge by her mother, Mrs. C. G. McGehee, who spent the weekend in the L. B. Watt Income manageme0000t is easier when you make use of our convenient, modern A checking account with us gives you an accurate record of your income and expenses for control and tax purposes. Check Our Window Display of ZENITH Color or Black and'White TVs and Console Stereos. Come in today and catch the outstanding bargains being offered during Zenith's "Spring Better Buy Days" Shop with us now and save real big during this money saving event! "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prized" Pie.lets Hardwere, I.c. Open Daily 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. We Invite Your Patronage Mrs. Audrey Inman, Manager Charles Inman & Cage Chisholm, Owners