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Page 8 I, The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, July 27, 1973 -,,-,,-,,-9 t [ t Mrs. Ila Taylor of Montgom- e;ry, Ale., is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nettles and family. Mrs. James B. Wofford of Pensacola, Fla., is visiting her sis'ter, Miss Ernestine White- head, .and other family membe:rs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings spent Wednesday of last week in Jackson where he attended a pharmacy board meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McGraw and sons spent last Thursday through Sunday vacationing in Houston, Texas. Miss Valerie Hewers left the latter part of last week to go to Black Mountain, N. C., where she will be a counselor for sev- eral weeks at Camp Merri-Mac. Mrs. Joe E. Cerame of Bel- zoni has been visiting for sev- eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. Lettie Prickett, and niece, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Golden GriD H. Bxannan. Memphis, Tenn., visited here i " last week in the home of his Mrs. G. R. Whetstone, Jr., and brother and sister-In-law, Mr.!son, Glen Ray, spent the week- and Mrs. G. C. Golden. end in Columbus where she vis- ited her daughters, Misses Young Stephen Corkern, son Frances Ann and Catherine. Of Mr. and M:s. Richard Cork- ern, entered University Hospital Recent, visitors in the home in Jackson on Tuesday of this of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plitt, Week for surgery. We send our St., were Col. and Mrs. D. R. best wishes for a fast and com- Hutchinson and Mrs. Horace plete recovery. Easterling of Memphis, Tenn. HOME ACCESSORIES Bookcases in walnut, mahogany, maple, or un-finished. Floor, table, or boudoir lamps Card, coffee, step, commode, and magazine tables Toss Pillows - Mirrors Desks in maple, walnut, & un-finished 24, 28, & 30 inch Bar Stools un-finished and with vinyl seat Cuddle lounger and love seats Bars with matching stools Smokers - Hassocks Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. Mr. E. M. Kee, Jx., Mr. Enloe Kee, III, Mr. John Hewes, and Mr. Colvflle C. Jackson of Glos- ter recently spent ten days in the mid-West bo purchase Sire- mental cattle. Mr. Peter Treppendahl left on Tuesday of :this week to fly back to his home in Denmark follow- ing a visit here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Svend Treppen- dahl. Mrs. T. M. Bryan and two children, Susan and Tommie, are expected home the end of this week following a two-week visit with her parents near Mobile, Ala. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Stockett and two sons of Cov- ington, La., arrived here on Tuesday to spend several days visiting his parents, ir. and Mrs. C. W. Stocket. Spending the weekend and the SWIMMING MEET SET HERE SATURDAY A.M. An intra-team meet will be held by the Woodville Swimming Team next Saturday morning, July 28, fom 10 a.m. to noon, it was announced this week by Miss Amy Day, team coach. Any local swimmers n(t presently on the team are invited to take part in the meet, she said. Some 32 events will be held, With swimmers being divided into four age groups and with races in four different strokes slated for each group. Anyone interested in obtain- ing mare information about the meet may call Miss Day at 888- 6450. Miss Judy Hammack spent .the weekend in Columbus with friends Miss Melanie Trevillion spent last weekend with Misses Brenda and Beverly Hankins in Jack- son. They attended the Miss Mississippi Pageant in Vicks- burg. Miss Mary Alice Ruiz, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ruiz of Ventress, La., underwent a tonsillectomy at Field Memo- rial Hospital on Tuesday. We send bet wishes for a quick re- covery. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Andersn, Miss Joyce Anderson, and the Andersons' granddaughters, Debbie and Teresa Anderson of Baton Rouge, spent the past two weeks on a vacation tour of points of interest in Florida, Georgia, Nrth Carolina, and Tennessee. While on their trip they also visited the Andersons' he was stationed at Fort Bragg. He commented that he has changed more than the capitol. They also visited an Army friend who had been stationed in Kot'ea five years ago with Mr. Howell and the f.amilies met for the first time in Columbia. Mrs. Betty Ryan and two daughters, Judy and Stephanie, of Chicago, Ill., h,ave been visit- ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pel Phares and Iamily and with her father, Mr. Percy Phares. Mrs. W. L. Ferguson spent the past two weeks visiting her son Mr. G. C. Golden has been in New Orlean's this week attend- ing the National Convention of the 3rd Armored Div,lsion, in which he served in World Wa,r II. Expected to drive to the Gulf Coast for the Miss Hospitality Pageant finals Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Seal, Mrs. Ray W. Farra,r and Mrs. Gordon L. MorLs. Mrs. Farrar will at- tend a meeting of the Missis- sippi Marketing Council which is also being held on the coast. of interest in Washington. Hospital since Friday. other three daughters and ti]eir .......... families, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Revette and daughters in Fort first of th!s week in the home Mrs. D. O. Trevillion is visit- Walton Beach, Fla., Dr. and Mrs. mg m New Orleans m the home of Mrs. Clara Bass were her ' " Bob Bisanar and son in Hickory, of her parents, Mr and Mrs dau-hter Mrs Carolyn Ma- I ' IN C, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth m:and son, Ga,ry, of At W ry__ Mr and Mrs Albert Millex I visitor for several days in Jack-  " ' , i ' I son with Mr and Mrs O W an extended visit with her and three daughters of Monroe, ..... ' and f mil-" '[ brother-in-law and sister La., visited last weekend in the uacmngs, Jr., , : a y. I home of her mother, Mrs. S.B. M,r. Charles Movres; '/I former Mr. and Mrs. James Perry and Curry, and with his family, Mr. Woodville 're'sictent  and his son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Howell and and Mrs. J. N. Miller. Mr Walter Moores, 0f Fort son, Dustin, have retu,rned from I...' ...... o -'ville a delightful two weeks vacation worn, uexas, were in w oa M:s. John S, Lewis xeturned this week ,renewing acquaint- home last Sunday from a ten- 2ay visit in Huntsville, Ala., with Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, Jr., and family. Her twin grand- daughters, Anne and Ellen, ac- companied her here to visit for a couple of weeks Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Millex and daughter, Megan, returned home recently from a five-week stay in Alaska where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, L:eut. an Mrs. Robert Arm- strong, and daughter .at An- chorage and toured other points of interest in our northernmost state. BIRTHS Mr. and Mxs. Judd F. Osten of Irvine, Calif., announce the' birth of a daughter, Susan Elizabeth, their sec,ond child and first daughter, on July 17. Maternal randparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Watt of Baton Rouge, and maternal gxeat- grandmother is Mrs. Charles G. McGehee of Woodville. Boy's Play and Dress Suits One, two and three piece, month size thru 6 years. 1/3 off Boy's Short Sleeve KNIT SHIRTS and TANK TOPS Sizes 4 thru 18 years 1/3off Boy's CASUAL JEANS Just right for back to school. Sizes 4 thru 16 years. 1/3 to 1/2 off Girl's DRESSES, TOPS, BODY SHIRTS, JEANS, PLAY SUITS, BATHING SUITS, ances andvisiting. Visiting last week in the home of Mrs. Arthur Best were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Nelson, and Rusty, Stephanie ,anti Couct- ney, ,of Corpus Christi, Texas, and another daughter, Mrs. Beverly Revette, of Baton Rouge. Mr. Bruce Lewis and Mr. Steve Rosenblatt, second year law stu- dents at the University of Mis- sissippi Law School, Oxford, were I recently initiated into 'Phi Delta I Phi, an international legal hon- I orary fraternity. M:. and Mrs. Austin Hendry of Poplarville visited last week- end in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hendry, and sons. Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Sessions, III, and children, Ellen and Tim spent the past -week " in Texas visiting her mother, M, rs. Ellen Copeland, in Rusk and then va- cationing in Galveston. Tim re- mained'for a longer visit with his grandmother. Mrs. Stanley Caswell of Hamp- ton, Georgia, visited here with her nephew, Neal Rosenblatt, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Rosenblatt, Jr., were in New Jersey for the Rosen- blatt-Van Buskirk wedding Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. sample Whitehead are Mrs. Lamer' Brown and Becky, Debra and John of Paxmma City, Fla., Mr. and. irs. Dvid Shep- pard and Davey, Chris .and Cellle of Laurel, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and Michelle, Lisa and Leslie of Ridgeland. I I I i by H. Emerson Berryhill Have you ever heard the fol- lowing words? "The young are fearful youth will stay; the old are sorrowful because it 'went away." How true! Sad, but true! To a child there is almost a life- time between bi,rthdays and Christmases. How rapidly time passes to adults as compared with time lapses in childhood. The perspective of the young is so different r0m that of an adult. Return to a scene of your childhood; distances between places have been surprisingly shortened. You look at it now with the perspective of an .adult and no longer from the eye level of a child It is no wondex that at times we fail to understand the action of children. We stand three feet taller and that changes many things. When we become perplexed at children, it is well to remind ourselves of the vast differences in eye-level and thought*level. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: If you cannot understand, how can you expect to be under- stood? tour during which they traveled some 2,5.00 miles. They were ac- companied as far as Nashville Tenn., by Miss Janice Perry, who then returned to Baton Rouge by plane They then toured the Great Smokey Mountains and other points of inte,re in Ten- nessee, Georgia, and North and South Carolina. At Columbia, S. C., James had hi:s picture taken on the capitol steps in the same location of a picture he has from 30 years ago when BERRYHILL FUNERAl. HOME Phone 888-5811 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI GOWNS and ROBES Month size thru 14 years 1/3 off Men's and Ladies' WHITE SHOES Ladies' and Girl's SANDALS 1/3 off 1/3 off Table of Men's and Ladies' SHOES 1/3 to 1/2 off Rack Casual SLACKS and JEANS Sizes 27 thru 42 waist 1/2 off and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Ferguson, III, and daughters, Friends ate glad to know that in Fairfax, Virginia. They also,Mrs Allen Wood was able to pent a weekend at their sum-l return home Wednesday morn- mcr cottage on Lake Winona in  ing of this week afte being Pennsylvania and toured points a patient in Field Memorial C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Planters Hardware, Inc. HOME CANNING & FREEZER SUPPLIES Cold Pack Canners Presto Cookers - Preserving Kettles Paring Knives- Vegetable Cutters Fruit jars, Lids, and Caps Aluminum & Granite Dish Pans Reynold's Aluminum Wrap Frozen Food Containers in Pint & Quart Freezer Paper and Tape Freezer Bags- Freezer Boxes "Quality Mercimndise Reasonably Prized" S|uggin' it out to the end. Ford Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. New Improved SAVINGS RATES Effective July I at C0mmerciel Bank t We are pleased to announce an increase in the interest you receive on your savings at our bank. / 2: b' I ( , 0t : or