Newspaper Archive of
The Woodville Republican
Woodville, Mississippi
Lyft
June 29, 1973     The Woodville Republican
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 29, 1973
 

Newspaper Archive of The Woodville Republican produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi " I Mr. and Mns Frank E• Bell MILLER FAMILY ENJOYS I spent the first of this week in REUNION HERE SUNDAY Houston, Texas, and attended a hardware meeting• About fifty members of the Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wall, Jr., Miller family gathered here on of Hattiesburg spent Sunday in Sunday, June 24. four their the home of his farther, Mr. leighth annual reumon, at which d D. J. Wall. ]they honored Mr. Fletcher of Baton Rouge visited here last sons spent several days the Friends of the Cumbo family Daniel Miller, Jr., of Houston, Sunday with relatives, early part of last week in Nerw will be interested to know that Texas. The old Miller home on Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones Orleans and the latter part in Miss Lalie Cumbo has moved Main Street here was the scene from Delhi, La.. to Dallas Tex..l $°r the :happy event• A bounti- Friday, June 29, 1973 LOCALISMS (Continued from Page 1) President Dwight D. Eisenhower .signed into law House Joint Resolution 243. introduced "by Representative Louis C. Rabaut of Michigan, which added to the Pledge of Allegiance the com- pelling and meaningful words "under God." PINE HILLS DYB GAMES BABE RUTH BASEBALL R It R H E Friday, June 22 I Monday, June 18 Woodville 9 4 1Woodville 18 13 5 Centreville 5 10 ] Jackson 9 6 3 Eric Skinner WP (Woodville's] K. McCarty WP. Lea LP; HR first win of ,season), Tom,my K. McCarty; Ray Walker 2 Whittington LP; HR Jerry for 3 at plate. Byrd Crosby 3 3 Tuesday, June i9 Woodville 14 7 5 Liberty 5 7 t Clinton 4 6 8 Dale Caston WP. Sammy enjoyed a delightful trip to Lafayette, La. Toledo Bend, La., last week. I E,11en Carter, Leah Webster, and Mel and Danny Phenix Miss Becky Hemby of Vicks- spent last week at Christian burg was a guest last weekend Church Camp at Roosevelt State in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Park near Morton. Frank E. Bell. Mrs. C. E. Catehings under- Mrs. Leonard B. Watt. Jr., of went urgery last Friday in where she is now employed, ful picnic lunch was enjoyed at noon on the back lawn under Mrs. Don Ed+wards of Newton the .spreading shade trees• James and Mrs. P. M. Stockett, Jr.. and Madison Miller of New Orleans daughter, Laura, of Silver gave the invocation• ::rmg, Maryl:nd, are visiting Present for the happy occa- here in the home of Mr.s. Peter siGn were Mrs. Janet C. Ball M. Stockett. Mr. and Mr, s. Kenneth K. Ball Little ;Mrs. Kenneth Ball, Jr., Mr. and fine o encourage people to vote, Gloster 2 4 ]'Monday, June Baton Rue was a guest last Field Memorial Hospital• We Simmon,s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Janes Allen Ball and up to a point. But. considering Liberty 7 10 25 week of her mott]cr. Mrs C. G. send best wishes to her for a Mrs. Roddy Simmons of South- McGehee. and ter .sister. Miss fast and complete recovery. Dale Caston WP. Randy Seal Woodville Mary McGehee. avon, is pending this week R chel, and Mr. and Mxs. WiN the comple×ities of 'the issues We send our best wishcs L0 with her grandparents, Mr. and liam Jesse Miller, II, and Glenda on local, state and national LP: HR Johnny Toney. Victory Centreville Congress is n3w in the process Lanehart LP: HR Johnny B. Geter WP. Quin LP; K. of considexing ways to make it Toney McCarty 2 for 4. R. Walker easier for everyone to cat their 2 for 3 at plate. ballot ,at election time. One Monday, June 25 Thursday, June 21 proposal includes a plan to reg- Centreville 2 5 Woodville 7 8 0 ister by postcard which would Crosby 15 15 Saints (A) 0 6 5 eliminate the problem of having Marty Longmirc WP. Terry t S. Fcrguson WP. Morgan LP; to make a special effort to rcg- Mann LP: HR Sammy [ B. Geter 2 for 4, B Wesberry Miss Jennifer Ann Sr., and Ki,m Olivia, Mr. ant i'ster as an eligible voter. It is Lanehart. Gary Crum ] 2 for 4 at plate. 6 12 1 5 4 1 Mrs. W. J. Mayronne and Mr. Mrs Charles K. Thomas. who Billy Mayronne of New Orleans underwent • surgery last week in spent Tuesday through Thurs- Field Memorial Hospital and day of last week in the home of hope that she will soon be able Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry• 'to return home• !,.. , . ,..  .. :.3%' .... ?;:i! I[ I III " ;:I : .," '.. . :!:i:::i:t:.:... '[" " ' by ARMSTRONG Accatone ancl Quakertone in 6, 9, & 12 foot lengths. Decobn Vinyl rugs in 9x12, 12x12, arm 12x15 foot lengths. Lustretone 9x12 rugs $6.25. Mrs. Gordon Geter. Kay, all of Metairie. La.; Mr. ballots today, it is re, ore impor- cinches league pennant for B. Geter WP. T. McKey LP; and Mrs. James M. Miller, Mr. tan€ than ever before that who- Liberty. K. McCarty 3 for 4 at plate. Mr. Arlton "'Crasher" Landers, James Dry, Mrs. Sharon Le- ever votes also be informed. (Woodville in first place in Jr.. who is attending school and moine and Tracy, Mr, and Mrs. Dragooning diinCe.rested and ut it will not let you starve, league with 11-0 record.} working in Tulsa, Okla., is here Jimmy Estrade, M,r. and Mrs. u,ninformed people, whether and it will see that you ha've a for several days with his par- Gerald Gee and Tami. all of t.hey :be 18 years of ag or 98. suitable roof over your head. in Sweden. Alcoholism and cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Arlton[New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. Huie into the polling places to mark There is no real dep,rivation, suicide rates are harply up. Landers. A. M]ler of Alexandria, La.; their .ballots simply to get ,the Education is available to all. Although the problem of ........ ]Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller percentages up is a pretty sure Yet, with all thi:, people are not mental illness in Sweden has .. vr: eer reppenaam ol and Jamie .and Robbin, and Mrs. way 't. have a lot of incompetent ha.ppy. Sweden's Department of been identified, no one .seems voromgoorg penmark has ar • .  . " . - Fletcher D. Miller,.ali of Baton nvea nero tor a visi o sev- Rou e Mr Merle'Lin-uist of candidate's electezt and artwork- Social ,Affairs tas reported 25 to know how to go about curing oral weeks in the home of his --. g-' --'' --' '--q -  able legisla¢ion passed• We have percent of the population in it t. The gnly thing sure is that u " - :' . lmna, a.; Mr. an rs. dess enough problems ,with this al- need of psychiatric treatment, s at-pr vialed. Utopian security nine aria aun Mr and Mrs " " ' ' William West, Mr. Eric West, ready. Maybe we should make and the cost of such treatment, apparently doesn't satisfy all Miss Weatherby Partidge, of it tougher to vote. rather thanlit is stated, accounts for 30 i:uman needs at least not in Natchez; Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon I easier. After all. shaping the percent of all medical expenses Sweden. West of Jackson', ?Cir. and Mrs. policies of government is a r --t Loui.s P. Leflet, Jr., Of Lafayette, serious business. Svend Treppendahl. Mrs. Myron Wa:ldell. a grad- uate student at the University of Southern M,ssislppi, spent last weekend here with Mr. WaflOell and the Juliu Carter family. Young Charles and Sam Stockett. sons of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles. Stockott, Jr.. of Covington, La. are visiting this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockett. Mrs. Kenneth Deshotel of W,ashington, La.. joined her La.; 1Vrs. Leisa M. George, Mrs. Jim Kartsemas and Jamie, of Rayne, La.; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Speights of:Columbia; and Mrs. Leisa M. Bates.. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cutrer and Phillip Tohn. Mr. George Argue Stockett, and Mx. and Mrs. Marshall Lumpkin, of Woodville. Mr. John S. Lewis returned Before bankrupting ouxselves to buy Utopia from the federal government, it might be a good idea to do a little research into the matter of whether we would really be happy in a restricted and controlled environment. Sweden i.s one of the .to,sting places of adva]ced social theory. The people should not have any g#eat anxiety over their ms- children hcre last ,week for a home on FriJay ,of last week ter.:al security. Social security visit with her mother, Mrs. following recent 'surgery at Field is total Slums are nonexistent. W. L. Ferguson. Mrs. Fergus0n Memorial Hospital in Centre- The system may take a major returned home with them for a vflle. visit, part of your income for %axes,, Pla00lers H00rdware, inc. We at Planters Hardware, Inc. wish to express our deeoest and most gracious thanks to all those customers who have patronized cur store. It has been a great honor and pleasure to serve you, our customers. We AREA RUGS bv Hanover and Burlington House Braided & Nvlon in 6x9.9x12;and 12x12. Scatter Rugs in assorted sizes. Wo0dvi00le Furniture & Electric Co. On their return home from a Farm Bureau conference in Little Rock. Ark., Is'st week Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone visited overnight in Starkville with their ,son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- .:[one. Jr.. and their infant , granddaughter, Jennifer Ann. m.|mmnmmmmWmmmmmmnmmmumw Fine for Bar-B-Q-Lean and Tender Country Style BACK BONE lb. 99c 3-5 lb. pkg. SPARE RIBS lb. 89c Od Hickory Smoked SAUSAGE lb. Try it on the grill. Heinz 16 oz. $1.19 BAR-B-Q SAUCE 49c Hormel All Meat Chunk No. 2 FRANKS 12 oz. 89c PINEAPPLE 39c Family Pak-Fresh 3-5 lb. pkg. Paw Paw GROUND BEEF lb. 89c GRAPE JUICE 40 oz. 89c Del Monte Cut GREEN BEANS 303 4-$1 Six Pack 16 oz. FALSTAFF $1.65 P;gly Wiggly CATSUP 20 oz. Northern 60 Count 3-89c NAPKINS 2-29c Sy.cr ounty Jumbo \\;;[00J00GAR gal. 64c TOWELS 39c Vcn Cared 300 size 12"x 25' Patrons and friends of WCCA are reminded that memorial The Rev. and Mrs. Ross Jone gifts to the academy may be and family of Tallahassee, Fla., sent to Box 977, Woodville, were expected here Thursday and appropriate acknowledge- for a visit in the home of his ment will be. maae. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Friends of'Mr. 'and Mrs John W. Day and Tatvi|ly, 'wo have recently moved here from Baton Rouge to make their home, will be interested to know that their son, Dr. John W, Day, Jr., a marine scientist at LSU, is en- gaged as an assoc.late in en- vironmental study in connection with the proposed oil superport which ,would be located near Grand Isle, La. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. A1 Moore an- nounce the birth of a son, Jon- athan Edward, their second child ,and second .son, on June 23 at Jeff Davis Hospital i,n Natchez• Maternal grandparen,ts are Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Netterville, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arley Moore of Coo Bay, Oregon. II 1 by H. Emerson Berryhill We have all leard of the won- derful way Luther Burbank, the California botanist, succeeded in freeing flowe,rs and fruit from original poor qualities. He grew a walnut without tannin and freed it from its dis'agreeable taste; developed a dahlia with a pleasant .instead of a disagree- able odor; produced plums and apricots without stones; and evolved thornle;ss cacti. Can man be freed of his faults, faults of constitution, habit and training? Men free themselves every day. These changes in men are ,brought about without the skill- fulness and knowledge of men like Burbank. They are the re- sult of a search for strength to hope that you have been happy with our service, and assure you that we will strive to continue to please you. Thanks again. ' ' ool 29c King K er Coke, Sprite, or Tab 28 oz. 1 C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. l! ,__,, S T Rd:2:.d;L: 4A:'.:_" t26:'m;yj.D.: N.: tJ: °2:.:.::.:__.J I overcome and :of individual i FOPd( & BEANS 6-$1.00 Reynolds WRAP effort. How so? By earnestly; seeking, the strange and won- .derful strength can always be found. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: God':lelps those w,ho help' ,themselves, 'BErRRYHILL FUNERAL. HOME Phone 88-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Jones• On Saturday both fam- ilies plan to go to Mountevello, Alabama. to attend a family reumon. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prized" m I " -- m ................................. w The servl you get at this bank is as individual and personal as the professional service your doctor renders. Our professional concern for your financial health is as deep as your doctor's interest in your physical well-being. IIII I II III / :i/: