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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August I0, 1973 m Miss Edith Reece visited rela- I Mr. and Mrs. David Bradle tires in Natchez Sunday. If Natchez visited in the home of his mother, Mrs. Mae Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan and t lay, Sunday. children left Thursday for al week's visit with his famlly in Lepanto, Ark. Misses Renee Jansen and Linda White left Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Delton Moore in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Pat Cavin is in Columbus, Missouri, this week training for his new job as insurance sales- man ,with M.F.A. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shrader and son of Baton Rouge spent Sunday here with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Levatino and sons of Baton Rouge visited in the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. ,and Mrs. Tom Ford, and tamily Sunday. J Gene and Chris Calova vLs- ited last week with their broth- ,er-in-law ,and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lolley, in Gulfport. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Calvert and their nephew, James Cal- vert Thomas, spent last weekend vacationing at Dolphin Island, Ala. Mrs. Sallie Brannan had as her house guests Tuesday her brother-in-law, Mr. Prentiss Gardner, and daug.hter, Mildred, of Magnolia. "Bubba" Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Johnston, Ihad as a house guest for several I days last week ;hi friend from I Baton Rouge, Jeffrey Allen. Armstrong Quakertone and Accotone (with foam rubber backing) in 6, 9, & 12 ft. widths, and Decolon Rugs in 9x12, 12x12 and 12x15 sizes. All featuring beauty, economy, long wear and ease of installation. AREA RUGS by Burlington House & Hanover in oval braids, nylons, and DuPont dacron polyester pile. WC000d00ille Furniture & Electric Co. Misses Carol Leake and San- dra Messenger spent last week at Camp Garaywa at Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood are vacationing this week t Destin, Florida. Mrs. Arlton Landers and MLss Linda W. Carter spent Wednes- day through Friday visiting Misses Billie Faye Carter and Deloris Hosey in Metairie, La. Misses Debbie and Schuyler Shrader of Baton Rouge spent Sunday through Wednesday of the past week visiting here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mrs. Virginia Cumbo of Baton Rouge, former longtime Wood- villa resident, .and three grand- daughters visited friends in Woodville on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. D. H. Brannan is visiting in Belzoni this week with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Ceame, and expected to stop off in Jackson for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wheeler and children are vacationing in Tennessee this ,week. Mrs. Ger- trude Wheeler accompanied them as far as Louisville where she will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borland. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and son spent last weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Ray W. Farrar, to help her move into her former home on Highway 61 North. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosso and family were called last weekend to Ripley by the serious illness of .her father, Mr. N. C. WiLt, who passed .away on Saturday. We extend sympathy to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford vis- ited in Baton Rouge last, week with her children. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Black and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Weathers and children, and Mr. Joe Gibson Mrs. Charles Cumbo and daughters, Misses Cornelia and Charlotte, will motor to Dallas, Texas, Sunday to attend the International Convention of the Professional Picture Framers Association and while there will be guests of another daughter, Miss Lalie Cumbo. g--lli|il[,]ilmiHiHllilininillnlnmialIHniinimimlialHimlaMlmUall| k BN V00LUE$ Miss Nell Huff of Alexandria, Virginia, is visiting this week in the home of her sister, Mrs. John Thomas. The P, atrons League of WCCA is planning a cake sale f,o,r Sep- tember 1st at H & R Ford, Inc., showrooms. Make your plans I Dr. ;and Mrs. C. E. Catchings and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ventress and two children, Aex and Ann, left last week for Florida for a vacation visit. Charles III .and Sam Stockett, sons of :the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Stockett, Jr., of Coving- Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Morris, Jr., of Jacks, on were weekend visito,rs in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Morris. Mrs. Amanda Pierce and Mrs. Floyd Smith left Tuesday for a visit with their son and brother, Mr. Hubert Pierce, and family now to buy your Labor Day des- ton, La., are visiting this week sort from the Patrons League. with their grandparents, Mr. I and Mrs C W. Stockett Mr. and Mrs. John Curry ana I " " ' son, Mike, of Jackson spent the I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Menser past weekend here with his I are spending this week in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert  home of Mr. and Mrs. Waldon B. Curry. |Summers while the Summers are visiting his relatives m in Fort Worth, Texas. Mis Leah Ann Holtslander of Natchez was a guest this week of Miss Patti Her, rington in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Herrington. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham of Moscow, Ark., spent Friday through Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman and Misses Sharon and Suzette Graham. We join her host of other friends in extending congratu- lations .and best wishes to Mrs. Charles G. McGehee on the oc- casion of her ninety-fourth birt'hday, which she celebrated on Monday of this week. Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of Franklinton, La., and Mrs. L. C. Thomas of Bogalusa, La., vis- ited Monday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins and Cyrena Jo and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Corkern and family. Messrs. Andy and Bob Lewis drove up to Huntsville, Ala., last Friday to take their young nieces, Anne and Ellen Lewis, home after a visit here in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis. They returned here Monday evening. Mrs. J. E. O'Donnell is in East Jefferson Hospital, Jefferson Parish, La., far a short stay and after she is dismissed will be at the home of her sister, Mrs. Har, old B. White Sr., of 6853 West End Boulevard, New Or- leans. Mrs. W. L. Smith and chin 'dren, Larry and David. of Mon- roe, La., visited this week with her brother-in-law and ,sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bran Dawson. and family while her husband at- tended the coaching clinic at LSU. The Pairons League of WCCA s now sponsoring the sale of AmwY. Products locally .as a money-raising pro,loci for the Academy, ,according to an an- nouncement by Mrs. Gladys Mc- Craine, league president. For more information or to .place orders, patrons a,re asked to call Mrs. McCraine at 888-6919, Mrs. Robert Hartness at 888-4441, or Mrs. Robert Hartness, Jr., at 888-4561. Miss Beth Leake. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnle Joe Leake. attended the Mississippi Farm Bureau Youth Safety Seminar held ,at the Mississippi Law En- forcement Academy in Jackson. The seminar, sponsored annually by .the Mississippi Farm. Bureau, offes extensive courses in de- fensive driving, firearm safety, first aid, electric shock and home .safety. Beth is a senior Kansas. Mrs. Marshall D. Treppendahl visited her friend, Mrs. W. M. Moore, in New Orleans for sev- eral days this week and her uncle, Mr. Clarence Lanehart who is very ill in Touro In- firmary there. Miss Melanie Trevillin spent the weekend in Hattiesburg vis- iting a friend, Miss Brenda Hawkins, and her brother, Harry Trevillion. Mark Trevillion also joined his brother for a visit over the weekend. Mrs. Roy Clingan, Mrs. Pete and Mrs. Verell Byrd are vacationing this week in Corpus Christi, Texas, and other points of interest. They will also visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Clingan ,and family before re- turning home. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson B. Rob- inson, Jr., and sons, Barney and John Green, of Jackson spent last weekend at Elsinore, home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr. They were joined for a visit by Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, III, and Christin of Natchez. Miss Judy Hammack, a stu- dent at MSCW and a summer employee at the Commercial Bank here. was honored by sev- eral fellow employees at the bank recently before she left for a three-week trip to Ne- braska and Canada for the Na- tional College Debate Workshop. Attending the dinner party given in Miss Hammack's honor at Club South of the Border were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sessions, III. Mrs. Glenn R. Whetstone. Jr., Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., Mr. En- loe M. Kee. III. Mrs. W. D. Sum- rall, Mrs. $ohn T. Turner, Mrs. Pel Phares. Miss Mary McGehee ,and Mrs. C. G. McGehee. Mrs. Edward Brin.son and son, Haynes, of Kissimmee, Florida, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Flowers, and other relatives in Wilkinson County. Mr. and Mrs. August Martens were joined last weekend in Houston, Texas, by Mr. and Mrs. William F. Martens and sons, Will :and Steve, of Birmingham, Ala., for a visit to ,the Astro- dome and Astroworld. Will and Steve returned home with their grandpaLrents for a visit. Among the candidates for de- grees at .the University of South- ern Mississippi in the August 15 summer commencemen,t exer- cises will be Ha, rry T. Trevillion, who is to receive his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lynn Whltaker announce the birth of a son, Jason Roberts, their first child, at Field Memorial Com- munity Hospital on August 1. Mr. W. K. Terry of New Or- leans spent last weekend here in the home of his son-in=law anti daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. Mrs. "hitaker ts the former Dorsey Trewlhon, and family " ' Miss Deanie Cockerham, daugh- Mrs. R. J. Jenkins .and Mrs. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Woc: Richard Corkern took little erham of Centreville. Paern- a Steven Corkern back to Jackson grandparents are Mr. and. Mrs. ]Rlcha, rd Whtaker of Woouvme for t,reatment Monday We are ' " happy to know that he is im- Mr. and Mrs. Don Devening of pr, oving. We are sorry to learn of the illness of Mrs. Hugh McKey,{ who is a patient in Field Me- mo.rial Community H, ospital, and join her :many friends in wish- ing her a speedy and complete recovery. Natchez announce the birth of a son, William Woods, their third child and third son, at Field Memorial Community Has- pital in Centreville on July 17. Mrs. Devening is the former MiSS Frances Catchings, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Catchings of Wood.villa. Planters Hardware, Inc. WHO'S NUMBER ONE? Archie Manning or Burt Jones ? ? ? WATCH THEM ON ZENITH SUPER CHROMOCOLOR TV # Special This Week 1973 Zenith 23" Super Chromocolor Reg. $569.95 Now Only $489.50 "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Bonnie Baker Crisco .tcadWenson County Christian Margarine l00or $1 Shortening $1.09 Kraft Quart Van Camp No. 2 cans 'u'2 Mayonnaise 74c Pork&Beans4-97c Kraft American CHEESE, Ibs. $1.63 Mop & GIo FLOOR SHINE $1.25 THRILL, giant 51c Nine Lives CAT FOOD 3 for 53c BOUNTY, Single 2 for 79c Soft Ply 400 sheet FACIAL TISSUE "THE BANK OF COURTEOUS SERVICE" COMMERCIAL BANK WOODVILLE, MISS. 5 for $1 Del Monte CATSUP, 20 oz. 2 ,for 79c Duncan Hines Lemon, White, Yellow, Butter Fudge CAKE MIX 39c Whole PICNIC HAM lb. 99c Half PICNIC HAM lb. $1.09 Slices PICNIC HAM lb. $1.19 Bryan FRANKS, 12 oz. 99c Bologna Chunks lb. 89c C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon by H. Emerson Berryhill Many years ago in Maine there lived an invalid minister ,,who conducted a weekly radio po- gram He had many listeners. Every week letters of ,praise and thanks were mailed to this man. His ministry was a great suc- cess and his followers were many. Very few of his hearers knew of the minister's personal pre- dicament. He was blind and had been bed-ridden for four- .teen years. Yet, each week his message stirred his audience. This invalid minister was able to prac.tiee the fine art of "ap- preciation." He appreciated peo- ple, had concern for others, and didn't let his own infirmatles stand in the way. A thankful person is a healthy person when all is said and done; it is those who lack grati- tude' who are t11. Appreciation and thankfulness made this bed- ridden man more healthy than many of his "well" listeners. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: As a man thinks, so shall he be. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI The peculiar numbers now on your checks are to speed up bookkeeping. We stillrender all other bank services in our special person-to-person waB All banks keep books well. But not all can match our friendly and considerate concern for your best interests. II IIIII I I