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Page 8 "The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, July 6, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franken- burger left last Saturday to spend two weeks at their old home in Kansas. Andy Lewis spent the past Mrs. D. C. Bramlette arrived weekend in Bassfield visiting in Friday from Baton Rouge to the home of a friend, Randy spsnd several weeks at her home Hathorne. here. SWIM MEET SATURDAY Natchez swimming coach Joe Parker plans to brin,g some 30 members of his swimming teams here on Saturday morning, July VILKINSON COUNTY UDC ]LOCAL STUDENTS ON HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR USM ItONORS LIST I l The final meeting of the year Hattiesburg Those student for the Wilkinson County Chap- r I at the University ot' Southern 7. for a combined exhibition and ter No. 1875 United Daughters lMississippi making the Spring meet. Also participating will be of the Confederacy was held on I quarter Dean's List have been the 1 o c al swimmers being Tuesday, June 26, at the Cen- announced by Dr. Gilbert Lang- Mss Melinda Carter student coached by Miss Amy Day, The treville home of Mrs. Etta Fayeldon, registrar. at MSCW. spent the weekend meet is slated to begin at 9 a.m. Duck. I Inclusion on this academic here with her parents, Mr. and and last until noon, and partici- I "Dixie" w.as sung by the  honor roll requires a grade point Mrs. Julius Carter. pants and spectators are invited members as a prelude to the average of at least 3.25 (4.0 is all A's) on a minimum load of to attend, t program on Jefferson Davis' I cabinet by Mrs. J, B. Robinson 10 semester hours. Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley l which delineated the wonderful claaracter of each individual of Natchez visited his mother, 1 member who sought to guide Mrs. Odile Wood is a patient Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habit, Jr., Mrs. Mac Bradley, Sunday. [the Soat, hland through those in Jeff Davis Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Svcnd Treppendahl Mr. Hal Brannan spent last difficttlt times. The hostess, weekend in Itouston, Tex., with Mrs. Duck. read an account of his brother and sister-in-law, the .llfe and ar.complishments Mr. and Mrs. Hines Brannan. of Jefferson Davis which cred- In Natchez. We send best wishes l plan to leave Sunday be attend .to her for a fast and cam,plate I the furniture market in Dallas, recovery. Texas. Mrs. J. T. Turner and Mis ' Mr. and Mrs. John W Day Gwen Turner vi.sited last week- drove over to Lafayette. La.. end in Houston, Texas, with Mr. the pat Saturday for an over- and Mrs, John Turner and ln:.ght visit to attend the wed- daughter, drag of a cousin. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Chapman Little Miss Donna Lee. daugh- spent last weekend visiting their tar of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E parent,s. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee of Baton Rduge, spent sev- Ch,apman in Natchez and Mr. eral days the first of the week and Mrs. Bob Graham and here with her grandparen, Mr. Bobby in Moscow, Ark. and Mrs. Jo?.n W. Day. Mrs. David Bramlette visited recently in Waveland in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Netterville and Dr. and Mrs. Jennings Owens left Thursday of this week for a trip of several days tO Aeapulco, Mexico. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Nailer- " v'lle an2 Charlie Netterville of Murphreesboro, Tenn., are vi.s- fling in the home of Mrs. Jane Carter .and fam!ly. Mrs. J R." Hayes and Lisa ited him with turning the tide of the United States war with Mexico. Following the program the usln.e:s meeting was opened with the ritual. Mrs. Robinson led in the prayers and Mrs. LaRue Calvert directed the flag salute:s. Mrs. Marshall Lump- kin. treasurer, gave her final report after all obligations were met. Mrs. Duck reported that two Jefferson Davis medals had been presented at the .,graduation exercises of the' Centreville Academy to the two winners of the UDC-sponsored essay con- by Consolidated, Dixie & Singer in Spanish, French Provincial and Colonial. Map'e, Fru itwood, & Parchment w gold- Landscape & Twin Mirrors. Complete suite or open stock. Kingsize Headboards. OPEN STOCK Armoire Chests - Twin & Double Beds Night Stands - Chests & Dressers in Oak, Maple & Mahogany. Woodvi00le Furniture & Electric Co. J U 1' and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hayes of Paris, Tenn., spent the week- end here with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney MGraw and family, coming especially for the Tre- villion-Montfort wedding Satur- day, test. A report was given on t,he Bestowal of Crosses of Military Service held on June 2 .at the Woodville Unite d Methodist Church. Eight crosses were awarded to eight men who served our country in war time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy A report was also given about of Natc;ez were weekend vis- the Davis family reunion at itor.s in the home of her parents, Rosemont and the birthday Mr. and Mrs. H. B, McGraw, Little Leigh Kennedy returned home with her parents after a week's visit here with her grandparents. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John South 4 Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Never before has so much Calvert, have done a supurb job experienced musical balent been in printing the tickets and pre- Among those on the Dean's assembled in our town as will paring and distributing posters. Chairmen for the picnic lunch List are: Keith Adair Miller and be ,performing here on Friday,} Melvin Lee Hawkins. Woodville: July 13. with the James Dick on Friday are Mrs. George H. Nicholas and Mrs. S. O. Stock- and Mary Louise Reese. Centre- Festival In,sLitute. Tickets are ett. Chairman for the evening ville now available Iree of charge at meal to be served the performers the town hall for the 7:00 p.m. is Mrs. Clifford Wheeler. Mr. porformance at the Woodville and Mrs. Alex Ventress are serv- Baptist Church and the recep- tion following at Rosemontn ing as host and hostess with Plantation. Mr. Dick. a nation- Mr. Percival Beacroft and Mr. Ernesto Caldeira for the recep- 'ally known pianist, chose our lion at Rosemont. Please call community in which to perform Mrs. John C. Hewes at 888-4677 because of its cultural and his- if you will make sandwiches or torical background, punch for the reception. Each of you is invited to ex- I Remember. next Friday is  the Mr& Luther Havard and lit,tle granddaughter, Teresa Lynn Hav.ard, of Crosby route have just returned home following a delightfulr, two-week wcation trip to Tustin, Calif. They drove out with Mrs. Havard's sister, Mrs. Dollie Sellers, who had been vi.siting here and while press your appreciation to him date. Pick up your tickets early. in California they visited in th.e and his students by being pres-. home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ant at the concert and recep- Sellers. During their SLay they lion. Enthusiasm and assistance Mr. and Mrs. Max Hopper and enjoyed vlsits Lo D'sneyland, in preparing for this music children. ,Clay and David, of Universal Studios and Knott's festival h ave already been Gastonia. N. C., have visited for Berry Farm and other points of shown by many of our citizens lseveral days in the home of her in the form of .publicity, food grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay and overnight accommodations B. "fucker. MLS Thomas Scott for the guests. The Jaycettes, and daughter. Sally, of Hazle- under the direction of Mrs., wood. N C., are now visiting Calvin Cage and Mr.s. Larry'with her parents. interest. They also enjoyed a family reunion at the Sellers home where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. T. J Parker of Alhambra, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Parker and children of Downey, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Cheris Parker and daughter of Btena Pa.rk. Calif.. ,and Mrs. gssie Kennedy of Tustin. They returned home 'by plane Sunday and were met in New Orleans by Mrs. Clemon Durham. Mrs. Jharles Evans, Jr., and Mr. Lutlier Havard. celebration ,.t which the Wil- kinson County Chapter fur- Mrs. Julius Carter and Mrs. nished the iced tea and assisted Eddie G. Davis spent the latter in serving birthday cake tO one part of last week m Jackson hundred or more celebrants, where Mrs. Davis was invited There being no further busi- to participate in a Special Study hess the meeting was adjourned Institute for Speech and Hear- and the hostes served dainty ing Clinicians. Mrs. Carter vis- and delectable ,summer refresh- ited with friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Decatur Lemko- activities of the chapter this witz and daughters. Li:sa and year- the Christmas tree trim- Shelly, of San Antonio. Texas. mint at Rosemont, the Cover- were gu,.sts of Mr. and Mrs. her's reception the Confederate Carrel Smith at Pond for sev- Pageant and Confederate Ball, eral days last week. the bestowal oervice and recep- tion, and, finally, the beautiful faith in our country are in- birthd, ay party under the oaks finitely to be respected." at Rosemon. - ................ Planters Hardware, inc. HOT WEATHER NEEDS ice Cream Freezers -Ice Crusher Ice Shavers - Portable Ice Chests Thermos Bottles - Vacuum Jugs 3 & 5 Ga. Insulated Water Cans Beverage Sets- Metal Lawn Chairs Charcoal Grill .- Lawn Sprinkler Garden Hose ,-- Bug Lamps - Insect Spray Air Conditioners E!ectric Fans-Oscillating & Window "Qua lil:y Merchandise Reasonal)ly Prized" - _ ...... --U ............. :-: ........ - ............. -- ............ Lewis, Jr.. of Huntsville. Ale- merits while the members hams. announce the birth of chatted about the many lovely their third child and first son, John South, III. on July 1 at Huntsville Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Capt. and Mrs, C. T, Fitzgerald of Owings Mills, Maryland, and paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs, John S. Lewis of Woodville. N ltlOllE gAVtNO, ' Meat Specials Del Monte 20 oz. TOMATO CATSUP 2-79c ROUND STEAK lb. $1.19 Del Monte Cream Style CORN 4-99c SIRLOIN TIP lb. $1.39 Del Monte RUMP ROAST lb. $1.05 WHOLE K. CORN 4-99c Del Monte 6 Pack 14 oz. SWEET PEAS 4-99c Ote Milwaukee BEER $1.15 YELLOW ONIONS lb. 15c Bounty Single Roll Gulflite pint TOWELS 2 for 79c Charcoal STARTER 25c New Born 30's P,*MPERS $1.33 Kleenex 200 count TISSUE 3 for 99c Community Sieakhouse 5 Ibs. COFFEE lb. 85c CHARCOAL 39c Lady Scott 2 Roll 12x25 TISSUE 3 for 99c Reynoid's WRAP 29c C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon LOCAL1SMS (Conti:nued from Page 1) ceed estimates of revenue. The Federal Spending Clock runs in a seemingly never-end- ing cycle. 2he decision as to whether bhe cycle slows or speeds up is in the hands of the American citizen. Let your Congressman know ,how you feel. The author and American statesman. Henry Cabot Lodge, in 1884 remarked, "Of 'Ameri- canism' of the right sort we cannot have too much. Mere vaporism and boasting become a nation as ,little as a man, But honest, outspoken pride and by H. Emerson Berryh:Al Fire can find wl00eie you've hidden your valuables at home, even though a thief may not. Astory has been told of a new Lock them Ut) in our and rather awk.ward statesman who was having tea with an elderly lady. As fate would have fireProof safe deposit vault. it, the poor man dropped and broke a beautiful cup. Before he could frame an embarrassed apology, its mate met with an accident at the hands of his hostess, and she turned to her ervant with the quiet order, "Never put these cups out again. They are too brittle for use." She considered the sacrifice of a costly cup as nothing com- pared with the embarrassment of her guest, There are still people in the world who con.ider other peo- ple's feelings. These are t'he truly great, the true salt of the earth. People who are consid- erate of the feelings of others make life a joy for ,all 'around them, OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Think often of others you'll find joy and contentment, For pennies a day you can get bank vault safety for your personal papers and keepsakes in one of our safe deposit boxes. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, ," MISSISSIPPI