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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August 17, 1973 ......... i Miss MAry Cameron has been  Mrs. Lyle Freiman of Tunica I .,. a guest of her brother and sis- and Miss Betsy Freiman of Mrs Rita Johnson was an ter-4n-law, t, he Rev. and Mrs. Memphis were guests in the J. H. Came,ron, at the Methodist home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Eddie parsonage. Gerald Davis last weekend. Miss Sharon Tyson o.f Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas son recently spent two weeks as and family of Atlanta, Go., Jr- Mrs. W. H. Catehings and son, oernlght visitor last weekend in the home of her sister, Mrs. Brnice Geter of Natchez. i!,Mr, and Mrs. Sidney McGraw ad family spent last Thursday through Monday vacationing in Panama City, Florida I :i wlth relatives. ::Mr. and Mrs Jim Bailey spent ! Mr. Emil Habig of New Or- Charlie Randall, and Mrs. Jimmy Randall spent the day in Baton Rouge on Tuesday of this week. I Mr. R. J. Bailey sf ooneville [visited last week in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, ..... a guest of Miss Ellen Sessions rived Wednesday for a visit with [Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey. Mr. unarms Miller of JacKson . . . , ,m the home oi her parents, Mr. hs mother, Mrs. Ray W. Farrow, I spent the past weekend here as i and Mrs. J. M. Sessions, III. and with her parents, Mr. and[ Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford vi.s- a guest of his grandmother, Mrs. , I Mrs. E. M. Wade, of Hollywood, D Brann-n [ Mr D J Wall entered Baton lLa Rouge General Hospital last ..... Mrs. Robert Redhead returned 1week and underwent surgery on M .and Mrs.. IJavld ramme m ........ ' Mon.a.. ,,r_ -nd oui bes  wthes I ano Lll anQ MISS Mary Mcocnee ,several weeks in Houston, Texas, ,to Mr. Wall for a quick recovery. I yon 'where";ey"t';ended "a Miss Cheryl Canova of New- 'port News, Virginia, is spending Ruth H. Cunningham on her te weekend in Baton Rouge ..... .......... s--oroth-Ieans spen me pas weekend vlsiung ms morner, Mr.  Y, here with his parents, Mr. and ,atley. [Mrs. Paul D. Ha, big. two weeks' vacation in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Canova, and family. family reunion ,honoring Mrs. 90th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford re- cently vacationed .at Disneyland, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Thurman Dr. ,and Mrs. Leighton Hill Misses Mary and Lucy Curry Fla., stopping over en route to Tyler, Texas, visited recently and two daughters of Ft. Worth, of New Orleans spent the week- visit her sister, M,rs. J. V. Gam- ith , her sister, Mrs. Marie Texas, are expected this week- end here with their brother and mage, at Lucedale. They also niels, and family, end for a visit with his parents, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. spent some time on the East ......... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill Hubert Curry. Coast before returning home. : MlSS ,heron arKsame oi JacK- I sbn, who taught ,at Woodvllle I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas Mrs. L. B. Watt Jr.. of Baton Guests last weekend in the Attendance Center for a number and son were to arrive on Thurs- Rouge spent the weekend and home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Of years, is in Woodville for a day of this week for a vi,sit with the first of this week with her ]wilkersn' Jr., were her neph- .few days visiting in the home  their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. f Miss Elizabeth Cavln and lMatthews ,of Centreville and Qther friends Mrs Ray W Farrar. h ited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, George Webster and children and Mrs. Green Morris vacationed 1.at week at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mr. Gordie Engli,sh of Colum- .bus, Go., visited last week with his sister, Mrs. arie Daniels, and family and his mother, Mrs. Monda English. Mrs. Emery Hawkins and son. Doug, and daughter. Mrs. Carol Connell. of Cary have arrived for ,a couple of weeks' visit in the home of Mrs. Hawkins' msther. Mrs. Bertha Johnston. LAWN & PATIO FURNITURE Mr. Raymond McKee of Baton Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nowell had Rouh;e spent the weekend here as their guest last week his with Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Tre- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. villion ,and family, and Mrs. I. P. Stokes, of Gads- , I den Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Logan and children, Marie, Mildred, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Catch- Michael, vacationed in Pensa-]ings and Caroline spent several cola, Fla., from Sunday through I days recently in Little Rock, Tuesday of this week. Ark., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Mr. Harry Trevillion received[ err Wilson and family his bachelor's degree at the University of Sout.hern Missis- sippi during the summer grad- uation exercise on Wednesday, August 15. Columbus -- Miss Julia Diane Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carter of Woodville, is among the 143 candidates for degrees in Mississippi State Col- mother, Mrs. Charles MeGehee, ews, Arnold and Harold Pitt- and son. Mr. Robert Johnston. from there went on to Bergen, and her sister, Miss Mary " ,man, of Greenwood. They joined Pfc. Johnny Wayne LeBrun 4of Norway, for an overnight visit me- her brother and siater-in-law, Gehee. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pittman, in Ft. Hood, Tex., and his parents, before tarting on a three-day Mr. Bobby Graham of Mos- Biloxi or the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alber LeBrun. fj,ord trip to Oslo. After this cow, Ark.. spent 1,ast weekend and sisters. Misses Pauline and interesting tour they went on here visiting relatives and Mrs. S. O. Stockett and Mr. Sarah LeBrun. of Ha,strop, La. to Stockholm for three days of friends. Miss Suzette Graham and Mrs. George Nicholas and visited over the weekend in the sightseeing, then on to Copen- returned home with her brother son, Overton. spent last week home of Mrs. Pat Smith and hagen fo,r a twelve-day visit Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm and grandson, Billy Ruiz, spent the day ,on Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Skipper ,and his mother and sister in Magnolia. Mr. Dorsey Trevillion entered Field Memorial Community Hos- pital last Sunday fo,r tests. We are happy to report that he is lege for Women's seventh sum- doing nicely and is at home and met commencement on Priday, back on his job at Seven Day August 17. She is to receive a this week. bachelor of science degree. I Guests who visited recently in Mr. and Mrs. Svend Treppen- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom- dahl arrived home on Tuesday mie O. Whitaker and tomMY of last week after a most on- were her sister and family, the joyable European tour. They Rev. and Mrs. Robert Vasholz spent three days in London and of Crone Coeur, Missouri; her b'rother and family, the Roy. .and Mrs. Gerald Martin of Shreveport, La.; another brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Martin. and her nephew. Mr. David Lynn Ma.rtin. of Baton Rouge; and her niece Miss Wrought Iron table with matching chairs. Wrought Iron love seat with group. Wrought Iron butterfly chairs. Metal Glider with matching chair and rocker. Yard Swing on A-frame stand. Lawn Chairs and Chaise Lounge. Nylon after spending several weeks here. Tim Sessions returned home this week after visiting for a month with his grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Copeland, in Rusk, Texas. Mrs. Copeland returned with ,him to visit for several days in the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. 3ames E. Wilkerson, Jr., and Mr. Harold Richardson spent last Tuesday through Thursday in Asheville, North Carolina, attending the advisory convention fo,r the Continuing Presbyterian Church. True to the Scripture, the Reformed Faith, Obedient of the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. BIRTHS v,acationing in Silve Springs, Disneyland, Cypress Gardens, Cape Kennedy, and St. Augus- tine, Florida. Mrs. Paul D. Habig, Jr., was called to Jackson on Wednes- day of last week due to the illness of her mother, Mrs. Quinton Ste,wart, who is hos- pitalized in the Baptist Hos- pital, Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson visited her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs, W. B Jones, and family in Corpus Christi. Texas. last week and attended the wed- ding of her nephew, Mr. J,o,hn Leslie Jones, at the United Methodist Church there on Sat- urday, August 11. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ch, arles Landrem and wo sons, Kyle and Jason, of Baker. La.. came up Sunday er a visit in the home of her family. Jeanne Hammontree. and her with Mr. Treppendahl's relatives friend, Miss Deborah Ann Mr. Terry Tharp, son of Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion, has bccn cruising timber in North Caro- lina this summer and has been .having a wonderful time accord- ing to his mother. He is ex- pected home sometime in Sep- tember. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy D'Aquila and children John. Paula, Jo- seph Teresa and Vincent. with their friends. Miss Micheline Villere and Mr. Paul Mattigny, spent two weeks here as guests of Mrs. Adelina D'Aquila. Mr. D'Aquila is chairman of the Art Departmen at Loyola University in New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Alan Knighton and daughter, Shannon. spent last weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thurman Mr. and Mrs. Knight- there. Mathis, of Pensacola, Fla. Pla00ters Hardware, inc. Archie Manning or Bert Jones ? ? ? ZENITH SAYS WATCH THE 1973 FOOTBALL GAMES on a ZENITH SUPER CHROMOCOLOR TV Special This Week 1973 Zenith 23" Super Chromocolor Reg. $569.95 ... . . , . .. A1C and Mrs. George B. WeDDing ana vinyl tuolng. Doole, Jr of Wallace Air Force parents, Mr and Mrs Dave E Y ., . . , Base near Phoenix, Arizona, Carter. Mr. Landrem returned Centrevillen have recentlYto BatonmVCdRouge,frm .t'.v .. v,'n],,l 1--.v  'l . I1", o||  ..  l "  announe; the birth of *a son, It Baker and left his family here Alan is employed in St. F.rancis- , , , woopvme rum,ure  lecrlc k,o, Brandon Chrloto,her on August] for a week's visi.t. He expects vllle and Janet will enter LSU Quahty Merchandme Reasonably Priced" " -- " 6, their first child, to come for them this weekend. - ' this fall. _ _ _ _ --. .J-ii'--'.------- ..........................  ------1---- . I MIss Linda Carter, who has .................................... lUiUimmuammmmlnunnuinmmmnmnuummu lim ii lunnnnun imunmu mn n I ' [[ been teaching in Metairie, La., 1 for the ,past few years, has ---m-- =  |   moved into her recently par- " %IIMMI00I00 (ll-AI00AN(I- |,c,hased mobile home which she kF|Wll|llNL.|l buuu,,/'|qkJr'i lingua 'iklh }had placed .on the lot adjacent f to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. [Phayes Carter, on Highway 61.  " Men and Boys_ | [ She will teach in the. Centreville i l Academy .this year SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS ! wMiSSn Diane Carter spent last ' ] e d in Columbus with her 1/  [sister, Miss Melinda Carter, a m] mm ;student at MSCW. W.hile there 1 Miss Carter served as hostess In,for a bridal shower honoring ....... 1 Miss Kathy Mayer of Little , Just right for back-to-school! i Rock Ark ' Rack of BOY S CASUAL JEANS , , 1/3 OFF - n! The extra at!entnons SE ll/00 we give the individual and LADLES SUMMER PUR S 1/2 PRICE ]i 7::: personal needs of r Thor is t y told about our customers make them --,/a man who was riding down CI-.II/I'MI::N' IIA/IAAI:I WPAD |1 tlhe beach on a bicycle when ..,..,.-u% ................... u. |lheard a boy out in the water ,,..., r,, nn . calling for help. The man imme- glad they.chose. _thus ,:,IrI-s uresses, DlOUSeS & Sports Wear ! diately jumped from his bicycle lint.o, the water and swam to the 1/:2 OFF rescue. --- .... ]], "Thanks, mister, ]'or saving thenr ' , i lmy life," said the boy. " ' II "That's all right son, just I v ' Rt'V  D/AV 9,. Di:: :1 lIT: |Jpro e that your life was worth Vl ,. II L-r'n  IIU,,--.,. VUU. B[saving," the man ceplied. '  1  |[ You may feel that the man's | ]L Ur r |1 remark was cruel, and in a sense - ....  it is a rather hard way of look- i ling .at the situa.tion. Or is it? 1 There are so many blessings good banks offerabout the smo f CHILDREN S RACK ALL WHITE Iin the lives of all o us which services. Butwe try to see that otll U] We'and takesacrificesfOr granted.that haveThe beenCSt prefer our way of serving lfou, , BUSTER BROWN SHOES & SANDALS !l . , lmaae mr us are so often fo,r- ' 1 f%lWl '!1 /1 lJl j ]gotten. Our freedom was won l/_ t limP' Ill | Ji"il" Biby others Look at many of our i/v Vim "i"" ii l n, . , ' , m actions today and ask yourself, , . ll"Are we worth i?" NK OF ::(i-U, SERV ....  ...... 1 Goethe said, ' .... Each gen- Rack of MEN S & LADLES SHOES |leration must win anew its basic i freedoms." In a sense, we must 1/9 PP | start from scratch, and that is m l" vm m |1 a great responsibility.    g l OUR THOUGHT TO RE.M'EM- HER: Gratitude is born in hearts . ' |'that take time o count mercies C M T pp d hi & S0 ! i oNERRIHILL EERA HOM . re en o ns, nc. 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