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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August 3, 1973 Mr. John Bell spent the past weekend in Vicksburg visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Win- ston, Jr., of Jackson were guests last Wednesday of Miss Ruby Oaulfeild. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hartness, fir., spent the weekend in Jack- on with his sister, Miss Patricia Hartness. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McGraw and family are vacationing this week in Destln, Florida, and ex- pect to return ,on Saturday. .Misses Melanie Trevillion and Loraine and Renee Beckham spent last weekend visiting with triends in Columbus. .Mr. and Mrs. Harold White, Sr., came up to get Mrs. J. E. O'Donnell for a stay at thei,r 'home in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Jr., and children spent the past weekend vacationing in Biloxi. Mr. David Miller spent Friday through Sunday visiting with friends in Columbus. We are glad to report that Mr. Percy McCurley was dis- missed from Field Memorial Hospital Saturday and is n,ow at home feeling much improved. Patti Herrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Herrington, spent Monday through Thu,rs- day as guest of Leah Holtslander of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mc- Craine and family, West Daw- son, and Teresa W4lliams of Ba- i ton Rouge spent the week on Miss Susie Wayne Spillman, Lake Bruin ,at Newellton, La. who is a student at LSU, and several of her classmates spent last weekend in Destin, Florida, where they went especially for scubba diving. Mr. and Mrs Stowe Harbin and family r0f Lake Providence,! La., spent last week visiting in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skipper moved this week to Magnolia where he joined the police force of that city. We join their many friends in wishing them much happiness in their new location. DINING ROOM FURNITURE Elegant dining room furniture by Consolidated, Tell City and Young-Hinkle. Mediterranean, Traditional & Colonial styles. In fruitwood, maple & Plymouth pine. Oval, Rectangular & Round tables. Matching Chinas. Dinettes by Daystrom and Duchess. 5, 7 and 9 piece. Bronzetone, black, avocado & chrome tubing. Woodviile Furniture & Electric Co. I I II Mrs. Robert Redhead left last Sunday for Houston, Texas, to visit her uncle and aunt, who Lave just returned .home after I a stay in bhe hospital. J | Mrs. Richard Smither and Mr. ] Dickie Smither spent last week- I end in Starkville whe,re Dlckie I enrolled for the fall semester I at Mississippi State. i Friends are glad to know that M,r. Willie Mathis was able to return home last weekend fol- lowing treatment at Mississippi State Hospital at Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm spent a week's vacation recently t,curing .points of interest in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. M,r. ,and Mrs. Cage Chisholm and Mr. and Mis. M. H. Mc- Gehee and daughters, Donna and Vickic, spent several days in Hot Springs and the Ozark Mountains over the past week- end. David Dick and his crew from CBS flew in from Dallas, Texas, last week to interview Mrs. J. E. O'Donnell on possible documentary stories about this and the Fort Adams rea. Mr. Dick and his men received a quick review of local history before being called to Baton Rouge o be on the scene of some news developments there. Hattiesburg Mrs. Margaret S. Falkenheiner was one of some 125 persons, primarily business teachers, who recently com- pleted the annual 'summer Bus- iness Education Workshop at the University of Southern Mis- sissippi. The event, which ended July 20, featured the latest ecbniques in typing and word processing. Kraft Bar-B-Q Glade 7 oz. SAUCE 18 oz 46c AIR, FRESHENER 55c Hunt's 20 oz. Hunt s Buffet style KETCHUP 39c TOMATO SAUCE 3-38c King Kooler Bonnie Baker 4 oz_ CAN DRINKS 10 for 99c BISCUITS 3 for 15c Bonnie Baker 24 oz. Georgian 10 roll BREAD ,3 for 89c TISSUE 85c Community lb. Teri single COFFEE 85c TOWELS 2 for 89c Stokley institutional size SWEET PEAS $1.37 Steakhouse 10 Ibs. CHARCOAL 74c STEP SAVER 16 oz. 69c Nine Lives CAT FOOD Ronco 8 oz. "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK i WOODVILLE, MISS. _.a MACARONI 3 for 53c 7 for $1.00 BEEF RIBS lb. GROUND BEEF CALF LIVER lb. 89c lb. 89c 99c Hi-C Florida PUNCH 2 for 69c Scott 200 count Facial TISSUE 2 for 69c C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon RETIRES AFTER 25 YEARS WITIt WELFARE DEPT. Mrs. Gladys S. Miller, Clerk II, retired at the close of bus- ines on Tuesday, July 31, after 25 years ,with the Wilkinson County Welfare Department. Prior to her employment with the Welfare Department, Mrs. Miller ,had worked with the Wil- kinson County Health Depart- ment and had taught school. On July 31, a small party was given for Mrs. Miller by fellow staff workers. Present were the Welfare staff, the Food Stamp staff, and Mrs. Ethel Anderson and Mrs. Ernestine Jones, who had retired earlier from their positions as eligibility worker and director, respectively. Mr,s. Miller received gifts from staff members and former staff mem- bers, which included a set of luggage, a cut-glass salad bowl rimmed wibh silver, and a framed copy of "Desiderada." Although she will be greatly missed by her fellow employees, they know that Mrs. Miller will enjoy having the time to travel and visit her children in South Carolina, Florida and Arizona. Miss Patricia Hrtness and Mr. Joel Pealer of Jackson are spending this week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harmess. Miss Lili Rouprich of Baton Rouge and Mr. Andy Lewis spent last Satu,rday in Hattiesburg where they attended Kappa Sigma rush activities on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. Friends will regret to know that M,r L Mavsalis McGraw, a Centrewlle native and Baton Rouge resident, is now under treatment at Baton Rouge Gen- eral Hospital vhere he expects to undergo surgery. We trust that he will soon recover. Mr. and Mrs. N. S.. Anderson had as visitors in their home this week Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cravey of Houston, Texas, Mrs. Hertha Hosey and daughter, Sandy, of Edmundton, Albe,rta, Canada, their granddaughter, Mildred Heirtzler of Ethel, La., and a friend, Leslie Mears of Zachary. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dav,id, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Mary Elizabeth, their second child and first daug.htar, at Field Memorial Community Hospital on July 19. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony David of Woodville, and maternal grand.pare'.ts are Mr. and Mrs. She,rman Bueche of Jarreau, La. by H. Emerson yhill They say that all humans act or react in three different ways: as an adult, as a child, or as a parent. The way we behave is entirely up to us. These three courses of action are each important and neces- sary. But it is more important that we act the right way at the right time. In other words, we .must behave like adults and not children when we should. Still, there are ,time when we Should act like ch.il.cren and] must not insist on playing the I I adult role. 1 Choose the kind of person you I are going to be. Think for a! moment before you act. You will l have less reason for remorse. OUR THOUGHT,,  TO REMEM- BER: Let us pray for the wis- t dora to ,be what we should be.I BERRYHILL 'I FUNERAL HOME ] h Phone 888-5871 WOODVlLLE, MISSISSIPPI Mrs. William G. Koonce .and children, Joy, Scooter and Jeff, ef Metal,rio, La., are visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Phayes Carter while Lt. Comdr. Keonce attends training exercises in Willow Grove, Pc., and Jackson- ville, Fla., on annual duty with the U. S. Naval Air Reserve. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarstle and her mothe,r, Mrs. Olivia Scott, expect to leave this week- end for a visit in the home of Mrs. Scott's son -in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Speaker of Memphis, Tenn. While there they will join Mr. and Mrs. Speaker on a tour of' ipoints of interest in Nashville. The Rev. and Mrs. John E2- ward Thomas and two daugh- ters .of Biloxi arrived last week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. John Thomas. The Rcv. Mr. Thomas returned home on Sun- day, and Mrs. Thomas and daughters remained for a visit here and with mcmbe,rs of her family in Clinton. We have been requested to announce that a meeting of the Southwest Mississipp Alumni C hapE,r of the University of Mississippi will be held in Natchez .on Thursday evening, August 2. at the Prentiss Motel. A reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7:3,0 p.m. Featured speaker will be Ole Miss head football coach Billy Kinard. All alumni are invited to attend. Tickets may be obtained from John M Jones. Natchez, or a either Bcnoist store. The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Cam- eron planned to leave on Wed- nesday of thi week for a {en- day vacati, on trip to Florida. They plan to return here art August 10. The Roy. J. B. Cain will conduct ,services at the Woodville Methodist Church next Sunday morning, August 5. There will be no evening service at the church on that date. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Withers motored to Greenwood, S. C., to attend the George M. Pa,rks Seed Camp,any Field Trial and visited other points of in.terest while on their trip. Miss Kathleen O'Fallon and Miss Louise Dittmann drove over to Picayune ,on July 19th to attend funeral services for Mrs. Ann Fortson and daugh- ter, Miss Sally Fortson, of Ow- ensboro, Kentucky, spent the past weekend here as guests i the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl. On Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Treppendahl com- plimented his son, Mr. Wettlin T, reppendhl, and Miss lortson at a dinner party at their home on Church Street. Melanie, Greg and Michelle Carter, children of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Car,te,r of Baker, La., have been visiting here during the past three weeks with their gxandp,arents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave E. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. HEnry Shelton. Columbus -- Miss LaVerne McGraw, a salutatorian scholar- Mrs. Jessie Inman Floyd, dau gh- sh}p recipient from W oodville, tcr of the late Dr. B W. Ilman will attend Mississippi ,State and Mrs. Gertrude Ozenne In- College for W,omen this fall. man, held "t MacDonald Fu- The daughter of iVr. and Mrs. ne.ral Home there. She is sur- H. B. McGraw, she plans to pur- vived by one brother, Benjamin/sue nursing as her major field Weldon, of Pennsylvania.; one If study. sister, Mrs. Sue L. Inman, of' Alexandria, La.; one daughter, Mrs. Venetia Johns Palmer of Picayune; and four grandchil- dren and ,one great-grandchild. Bucky, Seattle and Dale Car- penter have left for their home in Shreveport, La., after spend- ing three .weeks here with their grandmother, Mrs. H,arry Mc- Graw. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my since{e thanks to all of the friends who were so kind to me during my hospitalization. Your cards, vis- its, prayers, and other expres- sions of friendship and concern are deeply appreciated. Special thanks to Ir. Campbell and all the doctors and nurses at Field Hospital. -- Mrs. Ealie White. Planters Hardware, Inc. Are You'Ready--- for the NFL/AFL Kickoff? 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