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Page 8 "the Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, July 20, 1973 -". " I RAMBLER CHEERLEADERS Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Smith and { We send ,our best wishes for, sons of Monroe, La., visited Mr. la speedy recovery to Mr. L. Q. and Mrs. R:an Dawson and Henderson who underwent family several days last week. i surgery as Jeff Davis Hospital I in Natchez last week. with Miss Melanie Trevillion and Liz of Jackson. planned to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayronne. were Misses Betty Walton dUdE leave Wednesday for a vacation cf New Orleans spent last week I M;r. Randy Hathorn of Bass- Margaret Brand, both of Clarke- trip to Florida. here with her parents, Mr. and field was a weekend guest here ale. f Mrs. W. C. Lowry. I cf Mr. Andy Lewis in the John , Mrs. J.T. Turner visited S. Lewis home. Sgt. Maj. and Mrs. John L. relatives in. Starkville. West M'ss Denise Gonsoulin had "Buddy" Bass and family of Point and northeast Mississippi as her guest last weekend her Mrs. W. B. Watkins of Aber- roommate at MSCW, Miss Tricia deen and Mrs. Barney L. Boyles .Stone of Ripley. of Natchez visited several days !last week with Mr. and Mrs. M:ss Edna Bsrryhlll has re-]Emerson Berryhill. "':'= '' in West Point. La. turned home to spend the re-' Weekend visitors in the home rosining summer months with Sunday visito,rs in the home The WCCA Rambler varsity basketball cheerleaders are shown her parents after completing of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry on their return from cheerleader camp last week. They are, seated, of Mr. and Mrs. R J. Nelter- r summer courses at Missi,ssippi were Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris left to right, DonnaMcGehee, Mary J. McKe,y and Leisa Geter; and ville were their daugllter, Miss State University. an:lchildren. JoeyandAlita, of standfng, sameorder, Ellen Sessions, DebbiePohlmanandDebbie V-snnie Netterville. and Miss Pl{llers H{]rdw{]re r in(: Mrs. R. P. Smltl]er and Miss Baton Rouge. , Wesberry. One member. Ella Ruth Butler, was absent from the Michelle Lyons of Jackson. both picture taking session, students at MSCW. Susan Smither. accompanied by Weekend visitors of Miss Mr. and Mrs. John McCraine Miss Ruby Coalfield. were over-Diane Carter were Miss Cissy and Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Curry SPEChL! n:ght guests last week of Mr. Coon of Hartsell, Ala.. and returned home Saturday after and Mrs. Carter Leak in Baton Miss Gall Thrasher of Decatur I a week's visit so Branson, Mo.. Rouge. Ala. I and other poi=s of interest in , , the Ozarks. ' 4x7- 3/8 inch Sheet Rock LIVING ROOM & DEN FURNITURE Mr and Mrs. Dorsey Trevil- lion, Mr. anti Mrs. Joe Sumrow. and Libby and Joey, Mr. and $] 50 PER SHEET Mrs. Willard Ferguson and ., {ii:ii[iiil:  David. and Mr. and Mrs. Hans- :!:[::i::ii ford M.cKey attended tile Miss. ili!ii!:i !! : ",, Wholesale aroers' Convention Top Of The Line [ :::,:.%. on the Gull" Coast last weekend. : ....... ' ..... Spe.din the weekend ie,'e BENJAMIN MOORE with their parents. Mr. and Oil Base Interior Paint Mrs. Go.ergo T. Berry, were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry of West ,-u'eunar - $6.49 -'v ,,C"ec:al $5.49 Point. Mr. and Mrs. F,,onnic Sellers of Cleveland and Mr. "Quality Merchandise Reasonalfly Prized" Also shown on their return from camp are three of the four and Mrs John Alexander of Taylorsville Sofas with matching chairs by junior varsity Rambler cheerleader';. They are, seated, left to right, _ I  ' Laura SpiUman, Patti Herrington, and Lacy Curry. Another Kroelher, Ross, BerklJne, and Fox. member Joann Whetstone was absent. Shown standing are the CIC*  'e  n,  S Rambler Varsity football cheerleaders. They are, ground level, left  r. /..[. Tell City rockers, occasional chairs to right,, Marian Felter, Cissy Jacksun, and Susan Smither; and top ev lamps, and mirrors, row, Candy Smith and Ruth King. i The Rambler girls proudly Love seats in Traditional, Spanish, Mr. and Mrs. R.3bert A. Wylie display the "Spirit Stinks wh c and Contemporary in plastic, of santee. California, are here they won at Cbeerleade,r Camp naugahyde and fabric, for a two weeks visit in the at Simpson Academy in Men- 0000'lce i:er home of her father, Mr. T. B. denhall which they attended '  g [] Commode, end, step, and coffee tables. Lee, and her bxother-in-law from July 8 through 12. The I andshtc:'Mr'andMrs'E'W' trphies are presented fr the Clearance Toss pillows. Spillman. and family. They group displaying the most spirit were joined on Sunday by Mr. in the camp. The local girls also Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. and Mrs. Richard Sessions of won ribbons for "Excellent" H & R FORD In,, Woodville Miss ................. Carson, who planned to ,spend i and "Outstanding" perform- lance. During the training camp, r "1 ? " several days with them here. I attended by some 300 girls from .......................................................................................... : imlillmiilllmNlnnIBmmlnliInlllli! 40 private geh0als, the group "'- r k--____  _ I received training in tumbling, pompom routines, and mass cheers. Mrs. Becky Robertsoh '-//Ji/g/'WV RIGHT BUt Mr Pearl Anderson of is faculty advisor to the Ram- bier cheerleaders. Cntreville and daughter, Mrs. Pierce Harris. and her grand- daughter, Miss Pearl Stewart Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Spillmanl Dr. Richard E. Pharos of St.I Friends are sorry to know and child:,en, Tommy ,and ! Petersburg, Fla., spent last lthat Mr. D. J. Wall is to under- Cindy, have been spending this weekend here with his parents, lg surgery in Baton Rouge on- week on a vacation visil to Mr. and Mrs A. E. Pha,res. Friday of this week and hope ?pints ,of interest in Florida. Mrs. J. T. Turner and Miss that he will soon recover. Miss Diane Carter is visiting Gwen Turner have returned Mr. and Mrs. James A. Shot- ,his week in Hattiesburg wi:th from a ten-day vi',sit with Mr. for of Atlanta, Go., were ex- ]el" sister. Mrs. Myron Waddell. and Mrs. Johnnie Turner and ported here on Wednesday for who s a graduate student at daughter in Houston. Texas. a visit of several days in the .VIis Southern. ! Mr. and Mrs. Mars,hall Trep -I home of her brother-in-law Spending the weekend, here pendahl and daughters. Jamsie and sister Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swaggart. Spending the weekend at Hope Hill, their country home near Woodville. were Mrs. Elise Catchings of New Orleans, Mrs. Eli-e Rouprich and chil- McMurray, Penn.. are visiting last week. She was accompanied dren. Lili, Sue and Stan Roup- his mot?.er. Mrs. Clara Bass. by Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson who rich of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. before he leaves for a year'stour visite:t her formcr college Mary Crudup and daughters, cf duty in Viet Nam. roommate, Mrs. M. E. Replogle, Emily and Anne. of Covington, Harris. of Jessup, Go., visited New improved here last Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Ander- son. ii i i i i : Del Monte Ham tohUghL a SAVINGS RATES Whole New no. 303 BUTT PORTION Ib 89c  k  POTATOES 3for 59c SHANK PORTION lb. 85c | y 1 Blue Plate SuperTASTE Pure by H. Emerson .erryhm " Eflec ive Ju Everyday Low Price Hot or Mild The ancient story Of the three blind men approaching an ele- MAYONNAISE qt. 78c PORK SAUSAGE lb. 89c phant for the fir3t ,time offer,s a great lesson in understanding..... Commercial Bank Tang Instant 33 oz. Paw Paw 40 OZ. the elephant's trunk, declared: "It's like a snake." The second ORANGE DRINK $1.39 GRAPE JUICE 89c feeling a massive leg, said: "I,t is the same as  tree." The third, holding bhe tail, said: Green Giant Med. no. 303 Ham lb. "Oh, it is only as a rope." Each wrong, yet right. The SWEET PEAS 4 for $1.00 STEAKS 99c two or three ,sides of arguments We are p!eased to announce an and differences each and all have their points this we Mahatma 3 Ibs. Country Style lb. must remember. Consider the increase in the interest you RICE 69c BACK BONE 99c other side. and thore is always another sifle. When there is opposition to receive on your savings at Snowdrift 3 lb. can Family Fack 3-5 Ibs. change, ry to understand just what the opposition is thinking. SHORTENING 95c GROUNDMEAT 89c The fears and anguish that our bank. they feel could spring from the unknown as,poets of change. t]estea Kraft 18 oz. This is really what people are INSTANT TEA 3 oz. $1.39 BAR-B-Q SAUCE 46c fighting. What appears as a simple rope to some looms as big a.s a ,tree Piaglv Wiggly Pure qt. Steakhouse 1 0 Ibs. to other. .. "The greatest attainment of ORANGE JUICE 35c CHARCOAL 74c .man is reached when he can say, "Friend, I want to under- stand your problem." CANTALOUPES each 38c ONIONS 3 Ibs. 52c o TNOUCiI-IT TO REMEM- B'ER: sincere apprecla,tion is of lasting value. C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon ho,e 888-5871 mannuNmumnmllmmmuun,mmumu n - ummmmmmmnnunmmnmmmmmannnmmummnmummmnummmmmm WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI I ' ; . .;., .... ,;' % ", :: , ',:.. ". ,;, ., "..