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Page 8 Miss Jams.e Roberts of Men-] roe, La., i a visiting this week in the home of her grand- mother, Mrs. ,llen Wood, and Mr. Wood. Mr. anti Mrs. Billy Joe Ashley Mrs. S. O. Stockett and Mrs. George Nicholas and son, Over- ton, were guests last Thursday of Mrs. Stock,ett's family in Jackson. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi I; , _. Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley] Mr. Wettlin Treppendahl left of Natchez 'were Sunday visitors[on Monday to visit a friend in in the home of his mother, Mrs.[ Mexico City. While in Mexico, Clyde Bradley. ihe will visit Acapulco and other Mrs. John Curry and son of, pmts of interest. Jackson visited the past week- end with Mr. Curry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Curry. Mr. Gene Klos of Pen:.acola, Fla., is visiting this week in the home of M, rs. Charles Cumbo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hill of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill. BUFFALO HMC MEETS WITH MRS. R. D. CARTER Seven members of Buffalo Homemake,rs Club were present Mr. and Mrs. Nolan E. Revette I fr the meeting held in the and daughters, Carlene, Kathy home of Mrs. R. D. Carter on and Cindy, of Ft. Walton Beach, June 12th. Fla., were expected to arrive on I After a ,hort business meet- Wednesday for a week's visi,t in ing, Mrs. Virginia Cavin pre- the home of he,r ,parents, Mr. seated a demonstration on ori- and Mrs. W. D. Anderson. Visiting la:st Sunday through Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Smith and family were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tuberville of Camden, ATk. Overnight guests in the home and daughter, Sharon, of Fie,r- of Mr. Ray Carter and family ence, Ala,, visited during the last week were Mrs. Donald .past week witl] his parents, Mr. / Blume and children of St. Paul, and Mrs. John Ashley. /Minnesota. Mrs. Michael Scott of Mobile, Guests Saturday and Sunday Mr. Chuck Gonsoulin was'[ Mr. and Mrs. Verl Barton of AIa., visited here in the home were Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel called to Texas last week by the Mexaadria, La., are visiting here of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and family of Clarksville, Texas. death of his sister. Mi..s Olive this week in the Boyd Leake LaRue Calvert', over the week- Mrs. E. M. Kee. St.. ha.s a.s Gonsoulin. Sympathy is ex- home. Mrs Barton is the former end. her house guests this week her tended to the family. Mis Inez Leake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- sisters-in-law, Mrs. Mattie Lou stone through Boyd of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. I Misses Lalie and Chuckle I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Netterville Cumbo are zpending a few days] and Miss Doll Netterville at- in Nc Orleans tlis week as tended the Gasquet-Parker wed- guests of their uncle and aunt, l ding in Natchez last Saturd,ay Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey. l evening. Mis:; Lalie Cumbo of Delhi, I Miss Janicc Tower of Alex- La.. spent la-:t weekend here landria, La.. visited last week in with her mother, Mrs. Charleslthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cumbo. Wood. i DiNiNG FURNITURE By Consolidated, Tell City and Young-Hinkle In pine, maple or fruitwood Spanish, Mediterranean and Early American Matching chinas in open stock Ladder-back chairs in mahogany and maple by Tell City. 5-7-'9 piece Dinettes by Daystrom and Duchess Wvodviile Furniture & Electric Co. en,tal paper cutting. Helpful suggestions were also given in several axeas of home,making: pot flowers, recipes, sewing, and quilt pattern:s. The door prize was won ,by Mrs. Mary Nettcrville. Delicious party fare was ',served by the hostess during the social period. Mrs. Claude Swango and her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Ford, Jr., left Saturday to spen Saturday visit relatives Thursday of this week in Hot A. J. Schaffer and Mrs. A. H. in Bedford. Indiana. They were Springs, Ark.. attending a Farm Schulten of Ruleville. and Mrs. accompanied by Mrs. Stewart Bureau conference. , P- J- Slaughter of Ashbury Park, Curry, who will visit points of that I, New Jersey. interest in Indiana. We are glad to report Mr. Steve Reed returned home Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl spent Mrs. Johnnie Mac Williams Friday after being a patient in zeveral day.s last week in New attended the Mississippi Cosmc- Field Memorial Hospital in Cen- Orleans. She was accompanied tology School Association Sum- treville for the past three weeks, by her son-in-law and daughter, mer Seminar at the Sheraton Mr. and Mrs. Venton McNabb, Motor Hotel in Biloxi last Sun- Mrs. Chuck Gonsoulin and Jr.. and daughter, Melissa, of day through Thursday. daughter, Becky, 'spent last Centreville. Thursday and Friday in ColUm- bus visiting another daughter, Miss Alita Anne Mo,rris of Mrs. Kenneth Deshotel of Denise Oonsoluin. who is attend- Baton Rouge spent last .week Washington. La.. visited here mg summer school at MSCW. here with her grandparents, Mr. Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. I and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Joining W. L. Ferguson. She came cape- Dinner guests last Saturday them for the weekend were Mr. cially to bring her sons. Ken- in the home of Mr. and Mrs. l an d Mrs. T. J. Morris and Joey neth, Jr., and Lessley, for a W. D. Anderson were Miss Lena I of Baton Rouge and Mr. and two-weekvisit with their grand- Havard and Mrs. Buddy Havard Mrs. R. O. Gray and Rob and] mther' of Gloater. Mrs. Ma,ry Toler of Mark of Natchez. ] Sunday visitors in the home Gloater visited in the Anderson home last Thursday. Attending the Mississippi Pecan G,rowers Convention last Mrs. Walter Lolley and daugh- ter. Cheryl, of Gulfport are vis- iting here in the home of he.r parents. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Canova. and family. They were accompanied for a weekend visit by Mr, Lolley. Capt. anct Mrs. Kent Percy and son's of Heidelberg, Ger- many, are visiting this .week in the home.s of his uncles had aunts, Mr. and Mrs. John Hewes. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smither, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent D. Hewes. Guests last Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silgs Lanehart Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. de Lanehart and family of Angleton, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edwards and son of Zachary. ENBEnnnN'.c.n|g||I|I|Ei|II|IIIIIgI|||I|EUEi||II|EII||B|IIII|E|IIEI|II SAVE ON PORK Supertaste 12 oz. ,,,,,, , FRANKS 79c Quarter LOINS lb. 99c Supertaste Pure 1 lb. PORK SAUSAGE CENTER CUTS lb. $1.09 FIRST CUTS lb. 303 can 89c TRELLIS PEAS 89c 2 for 39c Country Style Coronet 4 rol pkg. RIBS lb. 99c Bathroom TISSUE 49c BACK BONES lb. 89c 89c 39c 44c Kleenex 125 count FACIAL TISSUE 2 for 49c Delmonte No. 2 Crushed PINEAPPLE 2 for 85c i Pew rw 40 oz. GR,00PE JUICE Campbell's 16 oz. FO00K & BEANS 2 T?,,n 46 oz. Pink Unsweetened Gr.0000pefruit JUICE 5 lb. bag RED POTATOES 59c Piggly Wiggly 20 oz. TOMATO CATSUP 35c CABBAGE 2 lb. 25c C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. week in Greenville were Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hewes and Valerie and ColEns and Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hartness of Woodville ad Mr. and Mrs. Robert Red- head, Jr., of New Orleans. Mr. Hewes was mo:lerator for the grower's panel, and he is the newly elected vice-president of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss Joyce Anderson at- tended the wedlng of Miss Crystal Glenn Seguin and Mr. Dave Anderson at Jefferson Methodist Church in Baton Rouge and the reception in the Bayou Room of the Holiday Inn South on SatUrday evening, June 16. MiSseS Debble and Teresa Andersol accompanied their grandparents home for the weekend. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Whet- sone, Jr.. of Starkvllle an- n.ounce the bi,rth of a daughter, Jennifer Ann. on June 15th in a Starkville hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone of Woodville, and maternal g,randparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers of Belzoni. CARD OF THANKS I wish to expres my sincere thanks to everyone ,wh0 was so nice to me while I was in Field Memo,rial Hospital, for the flowers, cards, letters and visits and, those w,ho called. Thanks so very much. -- C. H. Whitting- ton. by H. Emerson Berryhill It has been said that there are five foods essential for growth. Without these foods the soul does not grow. They are love, learning, beauty, service, and suffering. We are nourished when we ,hunger for learning; study, seeking mastery of a subject. Beauty comes to us only when we strive .to appreciate or create the beautiful. Given hunger, the soul grows in an experience of service and love. Suffering as food for the soul may seem hard to us, but have you not noticed tha, men intent upon spiritual achievement grow more ..urely and rapidly when suffering i,s their lot ra,thr than when life moves along like a song? OUR THOUGHT TO RE1VEM- BER: No high, or higher, stage in life is reached without devo- tion and dedication, BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 1 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPI STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m We Do Not Close At Noon tllligi# _llmllmllllllli|lllllllllnll|nm IllHIIIIIIIIIlllilllllll of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leake in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Joe Massey and family of New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leake. Jr.. of Newellton. and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Leake and family of Gloa- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Fairchild of Alexandria. La. Mr. and Mrs. David Scherbarth of Pensacola. Fla.. and Mr. and Mrs. wade Hammack of Vicks- burg and their families visited last weekend with their parents, Mr. and MrL W. W. tIammack. The Wade Hammacks also vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lofton. Mrs Gordon Morris plans to leave Saturday for a ten-day vacation in St. Petersburg, Fla.. with the W. ft. Gillon family of Natchez. Friday, June 22, 1973 Hattiesburg -- The president's List, top academic honor roll at the University of Southern Mis- sissippi, has been released for the spring quarter. To make ihis list, a :student must have a 4.0 scholastic ,average (all A's) on a minimum load of 10 semester hours work. Included on the list is Teresa Ellen J. Moore, Wood- ville. The Woodville Jaycettes will hold a bric-a-brac auction at, Van Eaton Park at 1 p.m. on the Fourth of July. If anyone has anything to donate, please call Mrs. J. D. Ragdale, 888- 6841, and she .will be glad to pick it up. LETTERS To The Editor Dear Sirs: Thank you on behalf of the Ganier amily for the copies of your newspaper (Davis reunion). Encloued is my check to cover the cost of same. May I tell you wha.t a delight- ful town you have? I,t's just so Southe,rn a'nd your people so friendly and gracious. Sincerely, Mrs. E. J. Ganier, Jr, Hollandale GLENBURNIE CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open Man. thru Fri. 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Ve Invite Your Patronage Mrs. Audrey Inman, Manager Charles Inman & Cage Chisholm, Owners Planters Hardware, Inc. Remember! Keep Yourself In Good Shape: Ride a bike for your health. No gas to ration. No oil to change. Ride a bike today! BLUE GRASS Standard-3-5-10 Speed Check Our Low Prices. "Quality Merchandise Reasonalfly Prized" Personalized checks with both your name and ours printed on them will introduce you anywhere as a valued customer of this bank. It's good business to use your own individually printed checks. They're convenient, and more widely acceptable. II I k I