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June 1, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, June 1, 1973 'Mr. Steve Reed entered Field Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Talley of Mmorial Hospital last week. We Crossett, :Ark., spent Monday send best wis,hes to him for a here with Mrs. Elizabeth Hop- quick recovery, son and Mr. Dudley Hopson. Mr. J. E. Habig of New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson spent last wee.kend here With I visited the David Anderson fam- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ily in Baton Rouge last Wednes- H, abig, S,r. day afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Shows is a patient Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Redhead in Field Memorial Hospital. We of Jack'.son joined his mother, send best wishes to her and Mrs. R. M. Redhead, on Friday hope that she will soon be able to return home. We are glad to report that Mrs. Harvey Lcake ,returned hpme Tuesday after being a ,pa- tient 'in Field Ho pital. , Mrs. P. H. Brasfield was called to Monticello because of the death of her brother, Mr. Fair- man McGehee. Funeral services Were held there Tuesday. We extend sympathy to the family. i to visit relatives in Houston, Texas, for the weekend. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gonsoulin and family are Mr. and Mrs. L.e Storey and son, Douglas, of Bridge City, Texas. Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson and son, Mr. Dudley Hopson, spent Sunday in Flora with ,hc,r sis- ters, Mrs. Leslie Childress, Mrs. Bob Devore arid Mrs. Flora Murphy, and daughters. BEDROOM FURNITURE Featuring: Consolidated, Dixie, Singer and Young-Hinkle. Available in 18th Century, French & Italian Provincial, Spanish, and Enrly American in mahogany, parchment with gold rim, maple, cherry, ruitwood and pecan. OPEN STOCK: Twin and double beds, chests and dressers in oak, maple, mahogany and cedar. Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. I Mr. C. H. Whi.ttington i,s aIBAPTIST YOUTH DIRECTOR )atient in Field Memorial Hos-'i , i,l l ital We hope that he will soon I !]i!i ]!:!]i':l ! l!ii:lll! ,ll i I e back home again, feeling I much better. / Mr. and rs. Wayne McGraw and family plan to attend the Mitssissippi Society of Certified Public Accountants convention in Biloxi from Thursday through Saturday of this week. Miss Ginger Trcppendahl vis- ited Thursday through Tuesday in Demepolis, Ala., with her brot'/er-in-la.w and sister, iVr. and Mrs. James McArthur, and family, t M, iss Liz Treppendahl plans to leave on Sunday for Hart- ford, Conn., for a month's train- mg prog,ram with Aetna Insur- ance Company after which she will return to Jackson. Students at WCCA who are interesting in joining the school swimming team are urged to reister at Van Eaton Pool this Friday afternoon, June 1, at 4:30. Miss Amy Day will serve reli$ion. He plans to be here as coach, i through the month of August Mrs. Leisa Bates spent Wed-tworking with the y'outh of the nesday in Natc.hez and attended church. ommencement exercises at Ca ............ thedral High School, where hey SUMMER READING grandson, Mr. William Eric PROGRAM BEGINS West, graduated. I JUNE AT , Mrs. Edna Netterville is a pc- 1 LIBRARY tient in Field Memorial Hospital The annual Summer Reading where she underwent surgery ! Program of the Woodville Li- last WednEsday. We send best wishes for a fast and complete recoVery. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sesser! of Napa, Calif., who are spend- ing a month in Natchez with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sesser, spent Sunday here with his brother; and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Sesser. Visiting last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry, Jr., and LeAnne and Robert of New Or- leans, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shrader of Baton Rouge, and M,r. and Mrs. R. O. Gray and Mark .and Rob of Natchez. Miss Joyce Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson visited Friday through Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Brad- ley and children, Ken, Kevin, Michael and Karen, in Nash- ville, Tenn. While there they at- tended, the Flea Market at the Fairgrounds. wiIlilliallililliiiilll|miiililliiiainlllillll|alnl|nm=lm! .:. EV00'RY DEPT. CABBAGE lb. 8 Pork Loin lb. 95 Bath Size Dad's V gallon ROOT BEER 49c DOVE SOAP 4 bars $1.15 (With Comb & Brush) Del Monte 303 CLOROX gal. 39c FRUIT COCKTAIL 3-89c Del Monte 303 Family Size 160 ct. PEAR HALVES 3-99c GALA NAPKINS 2-69c Single VIVA TOWELS 2-98c Del Monte 303 C. S. GOLDEN CORN 4-99c Del Monte 303 WK GOLDEN CORN Scottie's 4-99c FACIAL TISSUE 2-59c Gary D. Pearce of Baton Rouge arrived here last Thurs-! 'day to assume the position of Youth Directo,r at the Woodville Baptist Church for the summer. I Gary is a senior at Mississippi College, where he is majoring in lb. 37c WCCA SENIORS ENJOY LOCAL STUDENTS ON TRIP TO FLORIDA MSCW HONOR ROLL Eleven members of the WCCA Columbus -- Two women from This Saturday Senior Class along with theirlWilkinson County are among chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Myron lthe 407 students named %o the Saturday, June 2, at 2 p.m. at' Waddell, enjoyed a weeks stay I' spring semester honor roll at in Fort Walton BEach, Floridal 1VisiS'si'ppi State College for I Women iFurnishing transportation forl ' . . . the rou . . The Presiaent's Lis incmaes g p were Miss Dane Car- ter, Mr. Donny Smith, and Mr. students who posted a straight Ricky Wilcox Those class mem- A average, and the Dean's List i ber, Enjoying the trip were includes students who posted ,an f Melinda Carter, Renee Beckham, overall average of A fr the Jenee Jensen, Mary Wilcox, Kay semester. UDC Bestowal Of Crosses To Be Held the Woodville United Methodi:t Church, the community will at- tend a bestowal service spon- sored by ,the Wilkinson County Chapter 1875, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Being honored for their serv- lice to our country are eight men ' of lineal Co.nfede,rate ancestrY lD,Aquilla, Catherine Whetstone, 1 w,no [ought m aeense o our ; Clifford Whetstone, David Smith, homeland in one of the six con-IDonal d Enis, Charles Howell, flicts the United States hs en-lan d Dickie Smither gaged in since the War Between I Del Monte Buffet TOMATO SAUCE 3-37c brary will :begin June 1 and will continue through the months of June and July. The theme for 1 this year's reading program is I "Showboat S u m m e r." Book- marks, reading records, and reading certificates will all be rinted with a showboat design. First through Fifth grade stu- .ents are eligible to take pa,rt in the Library's Showboat Sum-I mer Reading Program. This summer more emphasis will be placed on comprehension than number of books read. j Vacation Bible School will be held at the Woodville Baptist Church ,from June 3 through June 8. Daily hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. for all chil- dren ages 3 through 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones spent last weekend in Grenada wit,h their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Girault Jones., and family. They were joined  on Sunda: : y another son and ,his family, Mr. and Mrs. Windsor T: Jones and chil- dren, of Jackson. " LOCALISMS (Continued from Page 1) we do, "the paper is filled with junk. If we make a change in a fellow.writer's work, we ,are too critical; and if we don't we are asleep. Now, likely as not, someone will say we swiped this from some other paper: WE DID ! * * $ An exchange comments that the idea of welfare .is good, but, like motherhood, it has sometimes ,been carried too far! Blue Bonnet MARGARINE Prc,sidcnt's List: Judy Voncil Hammack, junior, of Woodville. Dean's List: Frances Lorraine Beckham, sophomore, Woodville. I I I I H I I II| '! GLENBURNIE CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open Mon. thru Fri. 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. We Invite Your Patronage Mrs. Audrey Inman, Manager Charles Inman & Cage Chisholm, Owners the States. Invited to attend the cere- mony and the reception follow- ing will be all the visiting mem- bers of Jefferson Davis' own family as well as those who at- tend, to honor the recipients of the Military Crosses of Service. Among the distinguished is- itors expected are the mayors of Oentreville and Woodville and Mrs. L. Carey Bittick, immedi- ate past president of the Gen- eral Order of. the UDC. Visiting Fr. John Niemeyer at St. Joseph's Rectory last F, riday evening were Mr. John Wesley Cooper, noted author and lec- turer, .and Mrs. Cooper and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Deterely, all of Natc,hez. While visiting his uncle, Mr. Chaxles Hagen, age 92, last week in New Orleans, Fr. John Nie- meyer also visited the Benjamin Bicknel family, friends of long standing. Mr. Bicknel is district ,manager of Paramount Theatres for several states and invited his guest to play the Grand Robert Morton organ at the l Saengr Theatre there. Thi:s : Planters Hardware, Inc. KEEP THOSE PESTS AWAY! Sevin Dust (S, 7V & 10%) Malathion Dust Garden Guard Mexide (1% Rotenone) Red Shield Seed Saver Red Panther Seed Saver New Shell Horse Wormer Anthion Horse Wormer Foot-Rot Malathion 5-E Arab Products Hot Shot Sprays D-Con Harris Super Shot Dusters Hutson Sprayers (]V2 & 3 gal.) Bugwiser Sprayers CoI-Ral Insecticide Benzex Black Flag Cupper-Tox Cupper-Tox Extra MaI-Phene MaI.Tox TBZ-6 Thibenzole Boluses Tramisole Oblets Chlordane EC-8 20% Lindane Cycon 2-E Country Style BACK BONE lb. 95c -! onte 14 oz. TOMATO CATSUP 3-69c SFeas White Dist. First Cut VINEGAR gal. 64c PORK CHOPS lb. 89c King Size Center Cut TIDE 25c off $1.25 PORK CHOPS lb. $1.09 In many areas of our nation welfare recipients have organ- ized and "demanded" more money. Our' reaction to this is unprintable. Some brave legis- ' lators are now pxoposing that welfare recipienfls register for work, and if a job is available and they are physically fit, .they must accept employmenk This latter idea sh:culd certai'nly ap- peal to all taxpayers who are sick and tired of suppor.ting lazy people.  by 1t. Emerson Berryhill I believe it was the late Will Rogers who said, "I never met a man I didn't like." As,uming, this ls  rue, ,then you would have had a difficult time finding a man vho didn't like Will Rogers. That is the way. it is! Love people, and you will 'be loved. Find a person who S constantly mad at others, and you will find a pexson with few friends. i In this great complicated world of ours, love is the one thing that is shared, share for share, almost one per- cent of the time. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BERED: To be a friend, one C. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. '!must be fxlendlY.BERRYHlLL U 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Phone sss-m STOR H : : L nmi--ii)JqpmmnnBmWBB ' WOODVILI, MISSISSIPZl instrument was built in 1926 and ,has recently been renovated. To play it is considered a cov- eted privilege for any organist l as it is the finest remainin Grand Theatre organ in the Paramount Saenger chain. The Priest is: a member of the Ame,rican Guild of Organists and a past member of the Amer- Ican Church Music Association of America, and he also played the organ at St. Louis Cathedal in New Orleans for five years during the 1930's. (Some of these on our Special Rack for the week) "Quality Merchandise ReasonaMy Prized" II III When you save up instead of paying down... you draw interest instead of paying interest. Its an easy.wayto make your 00ncome buy more things: Interest saved by paying cash, and earned by a savings account help your income to buy more conveniences and comforts. I i I II