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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, June 8, 1973 N Miss Tony Jones of Meridian is' vLsiting here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Roberts of Marrcro, La., visited with he mather, Mrs. John L. Hays, last weekend. Weekend guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Beverly were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beverly and daughter, Esthe,r, of Mobile, Ale. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Netterville and Yvonne drove to Columbus last weekend, where Yvonne en- rolled at MSCW for the summer session. '.Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones returned home Tuesday from a visit in Jackson with Mr. and Mrs. Windsor T. Jones and family. Weiler and Wendy re- turned home with hei grand- parents for a vLsit here. Mrs. Walter Howard and son, Tim, of Poplarville, visited here Monday through Wednesday in the home of her brother and sis,ter-in-law, Mr. and Mr:s. Roy Hendry, and sons. Miss Susie Wayne Spillman flew to Houston, Texas, last Friday to spend the weekend with friends and a,ttend the wedding of a elas'smate from LSU. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and David of Biloxi visited last weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ray Farrar, and also visited in C cn.cville 'ith her parenta, Mr. and Mr, s. T. J. Matthews. Mrs. Mac Bradley and sons, Gerald and Jimmy, visited last week in Carson, Calif., in the home of her son and daughter- in,law, Me. and Mrs. Raymond Bradley, and family. a GAS and ELECTRIC RANGES by Dixie, Magic Chef and General Electric. Choose from our wide choice of sizes and types. Dixie and Magic Chef gas ranges in 20, 30, and 36 inch widths. Choose from white, cop- pertone, avocado, or harvest gold. Optional features include wide oven window and light or plain door, deluxe backguard with clock and timer, Uniburners, and removable oven door. Electric Ranges by G-E. Kitchen Linoleum by Armstrong. Woodyiile Furniture & Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis expected to leave Thursday for the weekend to attend the Mis- sissippi Press Association Con- vention in Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson visited tJhe Dave Anderson fam- ily in Baton Rouge Saturday afternoon. Their granddaugh- ters, Misses Debbie and Teresa, and a guest, Miss Tanya Wexler, returned home with them for a week's vL,it. Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Meaty Brailey and Mon,ty Moore :railey, of Bernice, La., were overnight guests here last week of Mr..and Mrs. Carl D'Aquilla. They came especially to attend the party ,honoring Mrs. Betty Smiley McKey, fiancee of Mr. Carl D'Aquilla, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Phayes Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm, and M, rs. Odile Wood spent Fri- :icy through Sunday in Houston, Bestowal Of Military Crosses .......... l: Bade Cut CHUCK ROAST Recipients of Crosses of Military Service here last Saturday in- cluded, front row, left to right, James Falkenheiner, Jesse West, and Bobby Thomas; and back row, same order, Best Montfort, Je Best and John S. Lcwis. I'cx.s. They visited in the home One of the most impressive I f Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Baca and ceremonies to be held locally attended graduation ceremonies was the Bestowal of of i t which Miss Leslie Baca re-' Military Service last Saturday I 'eivcd her diploma, at the Woodville United Meth- ,odis,t Chuch by the Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas I County Chapter, united Daugh- and family visited here with ters of ,the Confederacy. his mother Mrs Ray W Farrar , '1 The eight recipients of this and with her parents, Mr. and .... , are lineal descendants of Ms. E. M. Wade, of Holly,wood, men who defended the South La., en route from Luisville'l durin the War Between the Ky to make their home in , I States and who themselves Atlanta, Ga., where Mr Thomas .... " . I fought to defend our country m na oecn ranIerrea : = I time of war. The crosses 'of rail- Mrs. Jerry Heirtzler and Liz itary .service we,re awarded to: and Lynn of Ethel, La., and Corporal Joseph E. Best for their friends, Nancy and Pam his se.rvice in World War I DeLecs of Jackson, La., spent Captain Dewitt Jerome Wall, Jr., World War II service Lt. Commander John S. Lewis, World War II service Staff Sergeant James T. Falk- Friday here with Mr..and Mrs. Nolan Anderson. Miss Liz Heirtzler was chosen from her lreneh I class at Silliman to participate in a literary rally which included participants from 35 private schools and placed firs,t in ,the test. Mns. Gladys McCraine, presi- dent of the Patrons League of WCCA, this week tendered thanks to all of the people who attended the recen,t bridge and canasta benefit prty for the school. She also exlressed thanks to those who made do- nations and to the Epi'scopal Vestry for the ue af the Parish House. Mrs. McCr.aine said that because of the generous cooper- ation th League was able to make. a mzeable donation to the WCCA gymnasium fund. Del Monte Cut 303 89c GREEN BEANS 4 for $1 6-10 oz. DR. PEPPER (plus deposit) 45c Center Cut CHUCK ROAST lb. 99c Chuck STEAK lb. $1.05 Shoulder ROAST lb. $1 Del Monte 303 .09 FRUIT COCKTAIL 3-89c Short Ribs BEEF lb. Soft Weve Twin Roll 79c Bathroom TISSUE 2-65c Northern FACIAL TISSUE Gold Medal All Purpose FLOUR 5 Ibs. 2-44c 69c "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" 1 @ COMMERCIAL BANK LL WOODViLLE, MISS. .a Water Maid RICE 2 Ibs. 39c RiB STEAKS lb. $1.29 Cook Shack BACON lb. 89c Bryan Vienna SAUSAGE 4-$1 VINEGAR, gal. 64c C. M. Treppend0hl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon im,,ma.illllllmJillllllilllmluuulllnnnnlllllmmlmlilllnllmilllnlmmmllltlllli enheiner, World War II service Sergeant First Class Gideon B. Montfort, World War II sovice Ensign A-1 Jesse William West, World War II service Major Richard Eugene Pharos, Vietnam service Third Class Petty Office Robert Wall Theme's, Vietnam .service. Each honoree was preceded in the procession 'by a page in antebellum dress and followed by dignitaries and representa- tives of patriotic organizations. Those ,taking pa'rt in ,the pro- cession weze: Mayor Marvin Lewi', Woodville,,, and Mayor Fred Hetzler, Centreville, Mes- dames Ray' Farrar, Clarence there. Clark, Charles Cumbo, Prentis.s Ferguson, an, d John McCraine, Miss Kathleen O'Fallon, Mr. Elliott Chisholm, and pages Patti Johnston, Ellen Caulfield, Maey Jo MeKey, Karen And.or- son, Susan Best, Leah Webster, Ann Priest, Margery Calvert. Cin dy" SpilIman, Weatherby Partridge, Ca, therine Brown, and Faye Bro,wn. An inspiring address was given by the Rev. J. H. Cameron, and cxgan .selections were played by Mrs. Jesse Miller, The honorees and guests were then invited to the church parlors ,for a tea i honoring the recipients 0f thel crosses of militaey service. These i reception rpoms were adorned with fresh flower arrangements by Mrs. Elias Tolber,t. Refresh- ments of red and white petit, fours and feuit punc,h were served ,from a banquet table overlaid with a hand crocheted cloth and graced by a hand- some arrangemen of red and white carnations flanked on either side by sil'/er candelabra holding white tapers.Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Netterville and children attended the Expo '73 Equipment Show in Atlanta Ga., last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham and Miss Suzette Graham of Moscow, Ark., vlsited la:t week- end with M,r. and Mrs. Freddie Chapman and Miss Sharon Gra- ham. Suzette remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. J,ames E. Wilker- son, Jr., left Wednesday after- noon fo,r the Gulf Coast where they will spend the rest of the week attending the Mississippi Bar Convention. Mrs. J. D. Ragsdale has been selected by ,the state Jaycette president ,to serve as Ellisville State School Birthday Chair- man, for a one-year term be- ginning June 1. This chairman- ship will involve keeping a bank account in Woodville and col- lecting all monies from Missis- sippi clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell at,tended .the district meeting of the Delta Hardware Association in Hot Springs, Ark., last Sun-j day and Monday. M,r. Bel.1 is] c.hairman of/the executive board I of .the association, w,hlch isl comprised o members froml Arkansa, Loiksarla add Missis- aippt. Miss Denise Gonsoulin went to Columbus Sunday to attend ,the su,mmer session at MSCW. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Howell spent last weekend in Seacy, Ark., where they enrolled their son, Charles, at Harding Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Gonsoulin and Becky :spEnt Sunday in New Orleans with her brother, Mr. Malcolm Floyd, who is .a patient in Hotel Dieu hospital. Mrs. W. B. Woffoed of Pensa- cola, Fla., is visiting here with her sister, Miss Ernestine White- head, and other family mem- bers, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gerhart have anrived from Texas to at- tend the marriage of her sister Miss Eudora Jane Day, and Mr. James Henry Edwards, III, which will ,take place at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Saturday, June 9, at theee o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Mettle Morris, Mrs. R. T. Watson, Mr. Richard Wa,tson and son, Glen, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Spillman, Miss Sara Spill- man, Richard Tolbert, and Mr, s. E. L. Tolbert drove up to Oxford .for the graduation on May 20 of Lake Tolbert from Ole Miss. Lake .received hi,.s bachelor's de- gree and after a brief visit at home will return to Ole Miss this month to enter law school I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Locke and] Summer School of Religion son, Mr. Freddie Locke, re-:will be held at St. Joseph's from 11, turned late Satueday afternoon, Monday, June through June June 2, from a most enjoyable 22. Scheduled hours ,are 9 to two-week vacation trip, follow- ! 10:30 a.m. daily. ing the Blue Ridge Pary Way i Visitor.s in the home of Mr. and Sky Line Drive all the way land Mrs. W. D. Anderson on from Cherokee, N. C., to the. Monday afternoon were Mr. and end then down the Shenandoah Valley. They covered many other iMes" S. M. Dunbar of Baxter- points of historical interest, ville. touching the states of Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Don Welsh and T enne;ssee, Alabama, Kentucky, daughters, Karen and Kim, West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsyl-.,spen t last weekend in Gulfport vania, Ma:ryland and Ohio. Most I visiting his parents, Mr. and interesting poin'Ls were around Mrs. Arthur W, alsh. Gettysburg, Pc., and in Virginia around Fredericksburg and! Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Catehings, Charl.ottesville. They visited Jr., and children of Jackson Monticello, home of Thomas a'pent the weekend here as Jefferson, and Ash Lawn, court- guests in the home of his }ry home of James Monroe near mother, Mrs. O. W. Catchings. Charlottesville, planned byl The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Cam- hi,s friend, Thomas Jefferson. Sad points visited included the eron returned here the latter Stonewall Jackson ,museum and part of the past week after at- the place of Lee's surrender, I tending the United Methodist McLean House, near Appomat-Annual Conference in Jackson, tox Court House. I where he was officially assigned J to the Woodville Methodist I Church for another year. We We welcome to Woodville Mr. I join. their hast of other fiends and Mr',s. George C. (Mike) i m welcoming them back. Beard and children, Mary Ellen I and George, Jr., who moved' BIRTHS here on Thursday of last week l and are now at home in the t Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hart- ,former Pickard residence on heSS, Jr., announce ,the birth of Depot StrEet. Mr. Beard is serv- a son, Jason Bret, their second iceman for the Southwest Mis- child and second son, on May sissippi tPA in the Woodville 29 at Woman's Hospital in Baton rea. Rouge. 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