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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, July 13, 1973 " I Mr..and Mrs. Bill Matthews / of Sicily Island, La., visited here the Fourth of July with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seal. Mrs. Montrose Barrow of I Houston, Texas, visited here last Miss Chuckic Cumbo vaca- Mr. Howard Stutzman is a week .with her aunt, Mrs. J. E. t O'Donncll. Mrs. O'Donnell re- tioncd last week in Pensacola, patient in Field Memorial Com-!turne d to Houston with her for visit. '.; I CLASS OI 1943 ENJOYS REUNION SATURDAY The Class of 1943 of Woodville Consolidated. SchooI enjoyed a reunion here last Saturday on the occasion of the thirtieth anntver.sary of their graduation. Thirteen members of the class and their husbands and wives gathered at the country home of Mr and Mrs. George T. Berry Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Watt, Jr., should be emulated by the aver- of Baton Rouge spent the Fourth of July holiday here with her mother, Mrs. Charles McGehee, and sister, Miss Mary McGehee. On Thursday Mrs. Watt left for Los Angeles, Calif., to visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Judd Osten and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tburman age American. The Watergate affair, the drunken - .sailor - spending tactics of Congress as they raise "benefits" and taxes along with higher alaries for themselves, the shameful tactics of both political parties cur- rently being brought to light -- all set a pattern of lowered standards of fiscal and moral , , ....... .....q "We' have long had death and taxes as the two standards of inevitability. But there are those who believe that death is the preferable of the two. 'At least,' as one man said, 'there's one advantage about death; it i doesn't get worse every time Congress meets.'"-- Mr. Erwin N. Griswold, Dean, Harvard Law School. Florida. Mrs. Mac Bradley visited Sun- day in the home of her .son and d,aughber-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley, in Natchez. Miss Betty Bayly of Chicago, Ill., is visiting this week in the home of Mr. a',d Mrs. G. C. Golden. All parents who are interested in enrolling children in kinder- garten and have not done so, muntty Hospital. We send best ]a wishes to him. I and .where the ladies were presented Mrs. Ron Hensarling orchid corsages compliments of Miss Bottle Hoye Stockett has'children, ion David and Robin returned to Jackson following a'of Houston, Texas, visited here Mr. and Mrs. Alva Carter from visit here in the home of her last week with her parents, Mr. t:-e'.r florist s hop in Lake motXer, Mrs. Peter M. Stockett. and Mrs. Gordon Geter, and i family. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas l and son, David, of Biloxi spentl M:ss Teresa Ann Day, daugh- ]last weekend here with his'tCr of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. mother, Mrs. Ray W. Farrar. i D.y of Baton Rouge, is spend- ing this week here with her The Rev. and Mrs. Ross Jones'grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, La. The Berry home was festively decorated for the occasion with a profusion of summer blooms in the reception rooms and lighted tapers on the serving table which held a variety of hors d'oeuvres. visited in ,the home of their son- responsibility. , , , in-taw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chip Davis, in Jackson last Certainly, we do not mean to "The longer I live, the more week. The Davis family was to imply that we place the blame convinced I am that material move this week to Tampa, Fla., for the widespread national progress is not only valueless where he will bc manager of lowering of general moral con- without spiritual progress; it is, dealer relationship with GMAC. duct and integrity upon the in the long term, impossiblc."-- powers-that-be in Washington, Junior High chcerleader.s at- but we do say that more cir- Mr. Eugene Hohnan., tending Cheerleader Camp thislcumsp cot responsibility on the week at Simpson Academy at/part of our elected officials Uncle Pete says that the rea- Mendenhall are Adelaide Curry,]Cul5 well be reflected in the son many people don't recognize Joann Whetstone, Laura Spill-Ig choral tone of our national opportunity is because it usually man and Patti Herrington. ]l:ffe. comes disguised as hard work. party at Van Eaton pool next ing here with her brother and for the. trip via chartered bus. Monday night, July 16, at 8:00. family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon All team members are cordially Geter and children, and with Expected for a weekend visit are asked to please confact Mrs. and children, Sid, Lewis, and John W. Day, and family. After .a business session pre- Senior High cheeIleaders at-I Jshn.]ie Joe Leake at 888-67161 Kathleen, are spending thisl s:ded over by Clas Presidentltending the camp include Mary as soon as possible, lweek here with lis parents, Mr. Mrs. T. O. Sessions returned IJ. M. Sessions, III, during whichIJo McKey, Cissy Jackson, Marian ,and Mrs. Ben S. Jones. recently from a delightful 16- it was voted to hold another i Felter, Candy Smith, Susan The 1973 Ramb.ler Baseball da trip toy ' Cana and the reunion in ;the summer of 1974,[Smither, Debbie Wesberry, Deb- w., ,.oooro00 o catfish supper and swimming of Fallbrook, Calif., are visit-joincd' tour group in Jackson the group enjoyed visiting andIbie Pohlman, Don'na McGehee, renewing acquaintances. [ Ella Ruth Butler, Lisa Geter They then drove to Club South and Ellen Ses.sions. his sister, Mi.s Adrian Geter. invited to attend. MAJOR APPLIANCES by G-E and Maytag REFRIGERATORS in 10, 12, 14, 15 and 18 cu. ;t. in Dial Defrost, Self Defrost and No Frost models. In Avocado, Harvest Gold or White. FREEZERS 6 & 15 ft. Chest type & 12 & 16 ft. Upright. Automatic WASHERS and DRYERS by G-E and Maytag. Wringer Type WASHERS by Maytag. Electric RANGES by G-E. Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Morris are their chil- dren, the W. H. Gillon family of Natchez and Mr. ,and Mrs. i G. L. Morris, Jr., of Jackson. Weekend visitors in the home :t of Mrs. James Belle Isle were !, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neal of Starkville. Mrs. Thomas Shuff of Fort Polk, La.,. arrived on Saturday to spend this week here w-th her mother. Guests for the Fourth holiday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wood were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Orla O. Roberts and son, Guy. The Roberts family have re- cently moved from Memphis to Monroe, La. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis plan to fly to Huntsville, Ale., on Thursday of this week to I visit their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, Jr., and family, going especially to see their new grandson, John South, III. Mr. Lewis plans to return here Sat- urday, while Mrs. Lewi,s ill remain for a ten-day visit bf0re returning here accompanied by her twin ,granddaughters, Anne and Ellen. llUHiliililiillRllHilUllili-IIIIliiigiilililllllinmlillllilililnnUlll Hormel Little SIZZLERS 79c Jim Dandy Quick or Regular GRITS 5 Ibs. 63c Del Monte Hormel CATSUP 2 for 79c FRANKS 12 oz. 79c Hunt's Buffet Size TOMATO SAUCE 3- 38c WESSON OIL gal. $2.85 Del Monte Cream Style CORN 4 for $1.00 Bonnie Baker 24 oz. EP.EAD 3 for 89c Blade Cut Chuck ROAST lb. 79c 7-Bone ROAST lb. 89c Family Pack of the Border for a steak sup- per in the private dining room, where the long table was graced with carntion.s in :..the class colors of red and white. On Sun ia.Y m0rng orchids were pres4 ite 'to i:bur ' former teachers 'iwho had :Wrked dili- gently and lovingly with this group of lsttzdents: Miss Sarah Jensen, MrS. Charles McGehee, Mrs. Lotta:q. Bryan, and Mrs. Mildred B;rialid hLeake. Class members and their spouses enjoying the reunion included Mr. W. E. Abel, Hous- ton, Texas;. Mr. and Mrs. 'George (Susie Less]y) Berry, Wood- ville; Mr. and Mrs;.. John B. Dawson, Woodviile; , Mr. and Mrs. Alvt I F. Carter, Lake Charles, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Evelyn Roland)Drouet, Baton Rouge; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy (Ella Mae Scott) Jeter, Baton Rouge; Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Miller, Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Pel (Elizabeth Lee) . Pharos, Woodvllle; 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sessions, III, Woodville; Mr. and Mrs. Waldon (Mary.Ford) Sum- mers, Woodville; Mrs. Olivia Tucker Scott, Hazlewood, N. C.; Mrs. Jeanette 'Larrieu Tlmmesch, Metairle, La:; and Mrs. Kathryn Row Webb, Hattlesburg. "sJ 1.! t ' ,, Miss Susan Whetstone expects to leave Friday for Starkville to enter gadtate school at Mhsisstppi State' University. Her mother, Mrs: Charles Whetstone will accompanF her for a visit .with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- stone, Jr., tnd infant daughter, Jennifer Ann. Mr. andMrs. Svend Treppen- dahl plan to leaye by plane next Sunday for a. three-week trip to Europe. They w!ll stop over in London, Norway, and Sweden before going on tq Mr. Trep- pendahl's 01d home ;in Denmark, where they. will visit his broth- ers, Messrs.;F. Treppendahl and H. F. Treppendal!0 and his sister, iVr,s.. Krogh- Jensen, and their families. by It:Emerson Berryhill Very few battles, qf life are concluded with a once-and-for- all victory. : Most of ,them have to be fought again and agaln. We shape our lives by making choices and decisions. We be- come creatures of habit and join the throng that moves along in a rut, or we choose to be 3 pounds or more .creative and launch out into HAMBURGER lb. 89c new experiences and feelings of accomplishment. . The kind of .person we happen to be 'was largely determined by Shoulder Arm Borden's Real BUTTER lb. 91c ROAST lb. 99c Seven STEAK lb. 95c the way we fought the battles of life, either through habit or the adventures of creativity. And this is certain, too: each of us is deciding today just the kind of person we will be to- morro,w ! No person rises above his ambitions and neither does he o:,'on's or Flavor-Rich Beef Ribs sink below his darkest defeats. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- .ILK gal. 99c STEW MEAT lb. 79c BER: You are you as a result C M Treppendahl s BERRYHILL " " ' I * FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon ,,: Fhone, , , -u WOOI)VlLLE, MISSISSIPPI LOCALISMS (Continued from Page 1) ernment does not have the god- like ability or the financial resources to deliver personal integrity and the good life to us on a silver platter and there isn't anything that the Demo- crats or Republicans, the Con- gross or the President of the United States can do to change the fact -- other than to set a somewhat better example than is being currently displayed by many leaders in our nation's capital. Certainly, the goings- on in Washington of late cannot be held up as a pattern which Pla.ters Hardware, Inc. SPECIAL! 4x7- 3/8 inch Sheet Rock $1.50 PER SHEET "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Pried" ' I -- Siuggin' it out to the end. Ford . Pnce-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. New Improved SAVINGS RATES Effective July ] at C0mmercid Bank We are pleased to announce an increase in the interest you receive on your savings at our bank. i