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"THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK h . WOODVILLE, MISS. ., Page 8 I Mrs. Beverly Sutton and son,] Recent overnight guests in the. Howard, cf Salado, Texas, are home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. visiting this week with her Jones were Mrs. Wade Lagrone nother, Mrs. Hattie Brown. land children of Tupelo. M,r. and Mrs. Dwight Ham- Mrs. My, rUe Winer attended mack of Jackson spent last a Justice of the Peace workshop weekend visiting his mother, in Biloxi last Tuesday .and Mrs. Ellis Hammock. Wednesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wesberry Mr. and Mrs. William Koonce and family of Baton Rouge vis- and children of New Orleans ited last weekend with their were weekend guests in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton home of her parents, Mr. and Wesberry,'' Sr, and Mr and M,rs. .M, rs. Phayes Carter. Fritz Tyler of Crosby 1 ....... ' Mrs. doe l'lowe,r,s ana 1;we 'ML Parnell Flowers of Notch- grandchildren and Mrs. Jams ez, formerly of Wilkinson, con-]Swaggart, all of Brookhaven, darted services at Corinth 'visited Woodville friends Tues- Chu,rch of Christ Sunday in the day. aLzcnce of Bro Bernard Waites ' Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Miller and l ' House guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Megan left on Monday to visit Carl M. TxeppendahL Jr. .at the!..son-in-law and daughter,! Elsinore this week were Mrs. Lt. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong, Roberl Murphy and Mrs. Audrey and daughter in Anchorage, Carr of New Orleans. Alaska. LAWN AND PATIO FURNITURE Wrought iron table with chairs. Love seat with table and two chairs. Butterfly chairs. Love seats, Metal folding rockers and chairs, Chaise lounge. Bonderized glider, chair and rocker. Rediners and rocker-a-lounger by Berkline. Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Mrs. Marie Dan,lels and son. ! Mr. and Mrs. Pel Phares and MORE LOCAL STUDENTS Mark, spent last week in Tyler, I son, Jimmy, vacationed last Texas, visting her ulster, Mrs. 1 week a,t Disney World in Florida. I ON ItONORS LISTS F. B. Thurman. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nettervillel University, Miss.- Chancellor Mrs. J. R. Hamilton and Mrs. left Monday for New Orleans to 'Prte'r L. Fortune, Jr., of the P. M. Stockett left last So,tar- at,tend a meeting of he Sou*th- University of Mississippi has an- western Hardwood Manufactur- nuanced the appointment of day fox a week's stay on the ling Association. two Woodville students to the Gulf Coast. I Spring Honor Roll at Ole Miss. Mr. W. L. Neyland is a patient I After spending last week with The Honor Roll recognizes in Baton Rouge General Hos- his 'wife and other family nem- studen,ts ,who have achieved aca- !pital. We send him best wishes'b,rs, Mr. Grog Wesberry re- demic excellence by obtaining a 'and hope that he will be ,able turned to Guantanamo Bay, ,mlnimum grade point averwge to return home soon. Cuba, where he is stationed with of 3.50 out of a possible 4.00. I the U. S. N:avy Seabees. Local students included on the Miss Lallie Owens, daughter I honors list, :both of whom of Dr..and Mrs. L. J. Owens, is! Mrs. Leisa M. Bates joined her achieved ,a perfect 4.00 record spending %we weeks at Grey- son and daughter-in-law, Mr'for the emester, we,re Charlie CenCze-,and Mrs. Jesse West, and Eric --1 stone Farms Camp near .., Iex uanova, Jr., and David ville, in Natchez for a weekend ws Burn in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ell McGraw. Mrs. Ry W. Farrar planned ,Gordon West in Jackson. - I to spend Wednesday and Thurs- day of thLs week in Jackson at- Mrs. Celeste Fairchild of Den Clinton, Miss. -- Three Wil- tending a meeting of the Mar- ham Springs, La., spent last'kinsn County students have keting Council. Wednesday and Thuruday here Mr. and ivi,rs. R. J. Jarreau and two daughters of Baton Rouge were weekend guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. John Thomas. visiting Mrs. Charles Seal and Mrs. Stewart Curry and other friends in this, her :former home.' Mx. and Mrs. John Hewes, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smither, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Hewes and their Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hendry families went to Baton Rouge of Poplarville spent last week- Friday to attend funeral services end with their son and, daugh-I for their aunt, Miss Mary tot-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collins. Hendry, and sons. I The Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Mrs. Ray Farrar and Mrs. IStockett, Jr., and sons, Charles Glenn Thomas and children of and Sam, v, isited here the first Atlanta, Ga.. spent last week- of the week in the home of his end with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and son of Biloxi. Mrs. Robert Red,head left Sat- urday with a group of friends from New Orleans to go to Mexico City and other points of interest in Mexico. We are glad to report that Mr. C. H. Whittington returned home from Cent,reville hospital the latter part of last week. We ,wish him continued improve- men.t. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Beverly and sons, Chris and Richard. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Single- ton and two daughters of Jack- son visited Wednesday through Sunday in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Beverly Mrs. Olivia Stutzman. Mrs. Alden Evans. and Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson attended the 49th Sta,te Convention of the Business and Professional Women's Club last Thu,rsday through Sunday at the Coliseu,m Ramada Inrt in Jackson. ltlllunnumninllUl": -.nluanunulnupuummnlllnlllU-Ull'i-minlntlut ilii'ilUliUtlUt nmm--ulmmnEi-ma-ummmu -am v Since 1961 the increase of price of food in this /,' ,1'. country has gone up 29%. During this same period, /X the cost of- ljl ,,'7"Jl Home maintenance and repairs has increased 73%; Ilrrv2 b i'00mlll oo,o repair and maintenance has jumped 45%; I1k,1|../11 physicians' fees now up 64%; dentists' fees are up ,jK,,IJI/i 54.7%; public transportation costs grew 63%; and k/ h cspital room charges jumped 163%. Thus the food industry has done more to keep the cost of living down than any other industry. Bryan " U  A A POTTED MEAT 8 for $1 nmvt P I W, 4 Whole lb. 79c igg y "ggly 6 oz. S.A. ORANGE JUICE 2 for 87c Shank Portion lb. 78c I Piggly Wiggly Blended, 46 oz. Butt Portion lb. 85c GRAPEFRUIT and i ORANGE JUICE ' 39c Steaks lb. 89c | ,,, ,, ,, Supertaste u oz. t'aw t-aw FRANKS, 12 oz. 82c i GRAPE JUICE 89c | Family Pack t]  V..qal. Dad's GROUND BEEF lb. 89c , RC'I BEER 49c Bath Size IVORY SOAP 2 bars 18c Sof Fly 4 Roll 40 oz. Showboat i ['='h:ccm TISSUE 2-69c PORK & BEANS 2 for 87c Hi [ Soft Ply 180 count Charcoal Starter I NAPKINS 29c GULF LITE quart 35c I C.M. Treppendahl & S0,s, inc. i... ',':. 00'mW:O "t 22 "2."....., ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stockett, en route to Texas for a vacation visit. Mr. and Mrs. G: L. Neill and I family of Louisville, Ky., are j epected o arrive Saturday fox a visit here in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Hende,ron. and in Centreville with her mother, Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst, and Mr. Farkhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Dick MeG,raw and children, Tommy, Harry, and Melissa, spent the past weekend here visiting in the home of his mother, Mrs. Harry McGraw. They left Monday for New Orleans to fly, to Miami and then to Maraeaibo, Vene- zuela, where Mr. McGraw will be stationed with his longtAme employers, the Halliburton Com- pany. Other weekend guests, in the McGraw home were Mr. Prenbiss Ca,rpenter and sons, Bucky, Scotty and Dale, of Marrero, La. Scotty and Dale remained for a more extended visit with their grandmother. been named to the Dean's List at Mississippi College for the I second semester, according to Dr. Charles Martin, vice-presi- dent for academic affai,rs. There were 241 individuals on the Dean's List for the semes'ter, with 66 maintaining a perfect straight "A" average. Valerie Elizabeth Hewes of Woodville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hewes, maintained a perfect straight "A" ave,rage. Included on he Dean's List are Michael Terrell Cavin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ravin, .and Jane Rogers Rollins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rollins, both of Centreville. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Moore of Memphis are visiting in the .home of his mother, Mrs. T D. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cheatum and young son, Eric. of Jackson are visiting here for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Habig, and family. ,A Youth Revival will be held at Pioneer Baptist Church his weekend. Services will :be held on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Speakers will be Rev. Warren W.hitakr ,and Mike Carter of Na'tchez. Mr. ,and Mrs. Marry Sezser Of Naps, Calif., who have been visiting family members here and in Natchez. spent last Fri- day through Sunday in the home of his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Se.sser. PINE HILLS DYB GAMES I | Friday, June 8 R H I ' Crosby 30 22 Liberty Sammy Lanehart WP, Chuck Van Norman LP, Centreville 17 5 Woodville 7 9 Tommy Whittington WP, Carl Ray Cavin LP. Monday, June 11 Woodville 4 8 Gloster 10 11 Mike Jackon WP, Eric Skinner LP; HR Run Ivy, Friday, June 15, 1973 Dwayne Whi%tingon. R H Cent,reville 0 2 Liberty 4 11 Dale Caston WP, Tommy Whittington LP; HR Johnny Toney. BABE RUTH BASEBALL Thursday, June 7 1 H E Woodville 18 19 4 St. Erancisville(N) 13 6 3 WP K. McCarty, LP Whitstine; Ray Walker 4 for 5 at plate. GLENBURNIE CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open Mon. thru Fri. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Vve Invite Your Patronage Mrs. Audrey Inman, Manager Charles Inman & Cage Chisholm, Owners PLANTERS IIARDWARE, INC. Happy Father's Day, Dad! SNAPPER Riding Mowers- "work like a beaver" Action casting and fly rods. Pflueger, Johnson, & Zebco spinning rods. Line Bait Tackle 6000 & 8000 BTU 115-120 volt FRIGIDAIRE Air Conditioners Wolverine Work Gloves, Skil Power Tools, Timex Watches 19" ZENITH Color T.V. Gott Coolers & Ice Chests, DeRusto Spray Paint Plumbing Home Repair Center 3-5-I0 Speed Bikes "To make Dad's riding EZ." "Quality Merchandise l{easonably Pried" Bro. and Mrs. Bernard Waites ! left recently for a delightful | round the world trip which is | to include visits .to a number | of interesbing cities and court- | tries. They planned to stop in | London and then go to Paris | where they will visit a congre-| gation being supported by the | Corinth Church of Christ, of n -- which Bro. Waites is pastor. | Other stops willincludeRome | It' ur: ( and the Holy Land and then II visits ith congregations in I S 0 India and the Philippines, which | are also being' su,pported by the II Ii[ I 1[[ '. local church. En route ;home | they expect to stop over in | ]l,eaSU J. California to visit relatives be- I meyou 00eoce *ore re.-...ore .o. t00o, ! towel co I any time youb, can come In, ut when you can t, by H. Emerson yh'll I bank by 1 w00ot,er or ..,rove, mal we are all governed by laws; I| laws ,that control practically[, w,th.u,. every aspect of our lives. I I In order to have fxiends, furl| T JI, ]F example, we must be governed I by laws. You don't think so?l| Well, a very important law that I| is essential to friendship is ,the III law of association. II Two people who live next door I I Our convement bank-by.mad" to each other ,can become t,he[| forms can save you time and greatest of friends; then onel| moves away. For months theY ll trouble.., when your busy correspond regals:fly. But grad-ll hours are the same as ours. lually they lose contact. Thenll Ine day ,they come to realize]l [that they haven't heard from[ll leach other in years. W.hat hap-[I I pened? The old, unchanging I I law of association was broken, ll ] Well, maybe we really cant, !J N-K (IF I call it a law, but association is II I the greater part of friendship. | I Think about it. 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