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August 24, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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/ Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August 24, 1973 i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Leakel Mrs. Allen Wood ,and Mrs. visited in the home of Mr. ,and/Mars,hall Treppendahl spent -' ='ilgh Mrs. Winfred Rainwater in t Friday and Saturday in Jackson hcme of the latter's grandpar- Monticello Saturday. Iwith Misses J,amsie and Liz: cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Clay B. ' Treppendahl. Clay Tucker of Yazoo City is 1 visiting Charles Mayes in the] Mr. Andy Lewis spent Friday through Monday of this week visiting with friends in Destin, I  Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cage and I Mr. Raymond McKee of Baton I children spent last week vaca-{Rouge spent the weekend with i Mrs. Leisa George and Mrs. ,tioning on the Gulf Coast. I Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Trevillion i Jim K,artsimas and son, Jamie, Mane Inman is vlsitm J and family, of Rayne, La., spent last week Mrs. " ', ' ' g] I visiting Miller relatives here. for about a month with rela-] Misses Loraine Beckham and tives in Chicago, Pennsylvania, Melanie Trevillion went up to l Mr. and Mrs. James Miller and wisconsin. Jackson the past weekend for spent the ,weeKena m me name { R,,v,lr ,nrinl rlub workshon of his parents, Mr. anct Mrs. ......... .... v ' "-' nda Mr. Ronnie Shelton of Okla- / . W.J. Miller, and left Mo y hams City arrived Monday fo:r a / Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neal of for New York City. week's visit avith .his parer)is, Starkville spent last weekend Mrs Leisa Bates spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelton. here with her mother, Mrs., .. iday in Natchez visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Townsend James Belle Isle, and Jim. I Mrs. Jesse West and son, Eric, spent a week's vacation visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. H. E. Moore and prior t,o his entering ale Miss relatives in Winona and in Mar- children of Baton Rouge spent in Monday. gun City, La., last week. {Sunday visiting in the home of  { Mrs. Lucille Buckle and Mr. Lake Tolbert came home for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Delos Day of Natchez a short visit with family mem- Locke. spent the day Sunday visiting bets the fi:rst of the week, re-t Mrs C W Stockett nlans to qMr. and Mrs. Fred Denstel and turning on Tuesday to ale Miss. f.oi n' he; sister Miss Leila Bruce family of McComb Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Amis of/in Jackson Friday to fly tot, Major ..... and Mrs. C. E. Mao Gulf art wsited" he:re Monday Denver, Colorado, for a vis ,,,u" ,-,--,,r''"" ,,,rri ,-nd Deb- wlthPher aunt, Mrs. Charles]with her daughter, Miss Leila rah of Michigan are visiting in McGehee. tBruce Stockett. Ithe home of her parents, Mr. BEDROOM FURNITURE See our handsome selection of bedroom suites by Dixie, Consolidated, Singer, and Young-Hinkle. Choose from 4 and 5 piece suites in Spanish, French, Italian and Colonial styling in maple, fruitwood, or parchment. Boudoir Chairs - Van'ity Lamps We also feature open stock cedar and maple bedroom furnishings. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. and Mrs. Clay B. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Woods and M:r. ,and Mrs. Ben S. JJones spent a few days last week on a fishing trip to Toledo Bend, Many, La. Mr. W. H. Catchings, Jr., r- rived home last week for a vacation visit in .the home of his father and Mrs. Catchings before entering the University Southern Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. James Murry English of Dallas, Texas, are visiting this week with his mother, Mrs. Mona English, and sister, Mrs. Marie Daniels, and family. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James V. Gross were Mrs. Ray V. Jackson and two sons, Mark and Eric, of Mr. Enterprise, Texas. Miss Jeanie Gross returned with them for a two weeks' visit. An ann.ual picnic meeting of the Happy Homemakers Club was held at the home of Mrs. Lee Carter on Thursday eve- ning, August 16, with members bringing tkeir entire family and enjoying a social .hour te- l.ore the picnic lunch was served. SHOMAVEFOOD Campbell's 16 oz. PORK & BEANS 5 for $1.00 Lipton TEA BAGS, 100 count $1.25 Lite Crust , FLOUR, 5 Ibs. 72c Wagner s 32 oz. Breakfast u ^ & A ORANGE DRINK 2-67c WHOLE Picnic lb. 95c Breast O' Chicken V2 size TUNA Chunk LM 54c SLICED Picnic lb. $1.09 Choose from Seafood Platter, Picnic HALVES lb. $1.05 Kidney and Gravey, Super Supper, Tuna, and Tuna and ChickenParts - NINE LIVES CAT FOOD, 61/00 oz. 5-$1 Kraft 18 oz. BARBECUE SAUCE 45c Armour FRANKS, 12 oz. 99c Oscar Mayer WEINERS lb. $1.39 LETTUCE head 22c Hunt's KETCHUP, 20 oz. 39c Kraft 1000 Island DRESSING, pint 69c MOP & GLO, 32 oz. $1.29 RED POTATOES lb. 12c Ronco Elbow MACARONI, 7 tarS1.00 Kraft MAYONNAISE, qt. 79c Scott FACIAL TISSUE 2 for 69c Schlitz 10 oz. BEER, 6 pk. $1.19 C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Mrs. M. H. McGehee and daughters, Vickie and Donna, spent a couple of days last week visiting relatives at Lake St. John and Mangum, La. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCarty spent two days in New Orleans last week for the introduction of the 1974 Fords to the dealers of this area. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd "Buddy" Leake and children of Baton Rouge spent the day Saturday,' August 18, with his father, Mr. Wilmer Leake, and Mrs. Leake. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Golden and Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Roberts of Marrero, La., are spending this week vacationing on he Gulf Coast, at Waveland. Mrs. A. B. Stevens of Baton , Tucker. Mrs. T. O. Sessions, Jr., and her four children returned home last Saturday from North Caro- The Patrons League of WCCA will have a cake sale on Sa.tur- WCCA NEWS day, Septembe:r 1,'at the H & R The following officers have ar,d showrooms. Patronize the!been elected .by the 8th Grade I League by buying your Labor at Wilkinson County Christian Day holiday goodies from them. Academy: Doll Netterville, pros- Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. John Robert lina, ,where Mr. Sessions has;Anderson and family in La- been spending the summer as}fayette, La., Sunday. I a timber inspector. ] Mr. and Mrs. Billy H, are of] Mrs. Henry Roundtree of Mrs. Sample Whitehead spent the ,past week visiting ,with Mr. and Mrs. David Sheppard and family in Laurel and with .the Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Brown and family in Panama City, Fla. Miss Pamela Whittington of Centreville was a weekend vis- itor in the home of her grand- mother, Mrs. Lucille Whitting- t, on, who also had Mrs. Hilton Cotton of Roxie as an overnight guest on Monday of last week. Mrs. Richard Corkern and her mother and sister, Mrs. R. J. Jenkins and Miss Cyrena Jo Jenkins, accompanied little Rouge is spending a few days ,this week with her brother-in- Stephen Corkern to Jackson for law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. INs check-up last week. We are E. A. Wood. I glad to know that Stephen is improving. Miss Katherine Brown, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Brown, underwent emergency surgery Saturday at Jefferson Davis Hospital in Natchez. We are glad to report that she is doing nicely and expected to come home on Wednesday of this week. vIr. Jack E. "Wells, dean of 'the C:llege of Dentistry, Uni- versity of Tennessee Medical School at Memphis, has notified Delian Moore that .he ranked number one in his class for the semester recently ended. Delian is a freshman in the school of den'tistry, which he entered last spring. Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr., of Woodville and Mrs. Andrew Peabody of Natchez were invited to play in the advanced doubles tennis matches of the Baton Rouge Association Invitational Tennis Tournament Saturday, August 18, and they won first place. After the matches the members and guests were all nvited to ,a luncheon at the home of one of the members Mrs. Wayne Hershey, where the winners were presented beautt- f.ul engraved trophies. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask, Jr., and little daughter, Juliet, were weekend guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, and family. Visiting this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whet- tone are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whets:tone, Jr., and infant daughter, Jennifer Ann, of! Starkville. David Selmon of Louisville, Kentucky, planned to leave for home on Thursday after visit- ing for several weeks in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Homer P. Bar- land are here visiting in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Wheeler sad Mr. and Mrs. CAifford Wheeler for a few days .this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings spent the first of the week in Oxford. Mr. Ca tchings is a mem- ber of the State Pharmacy Beard, and they are giving exams this week. Mr. Alonzo Sturgeon and Mr. Mac Best :attended a University of Southerzl Mississippi Alumni Association supPi" meeting at 't, he Holiday Inn in Natchez Tuesday night. Mrs. Charles cumbo went up to Jackson Tuesday for a state- wide UDC meeting and remained overnight for a visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Audb Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cun- ningham of Chandlee, Okla., formerly of Woodville, visited family member's and riends here for a couple of days last week. Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Gibson of ident; Quinton Ragsdale, vice- president; Jan Jonson, secretary; Leah McGraw, treasurer; and Lacy Curry, reporter. i Gulfport visited this week in .the ! Newellton, La., visited her son- home of her grandfather, Mr.I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Wihner Locke, and Mrs. Locke. I Mrs" David Lindsey McCraine, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foster ex-! and family the past weekend. petted to leave Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. C. Nevin Jones Doddsville ,where .they will be members of the wedding party on Saturday of Mr. Jack Stubbs and Miss Linda Eastland of that city. Mr. Wettlin Treppendahl and Miss Sally ForLson plan .o leave Friday to join them. Mr. Trcppendahl is to be a grooms- man. and Mrs. Jone.s's mother, Mrs. H. McCorkle, of Oxford were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones. We are sorry to report that Mrs. Jack Stockett is ill and in Field Memorial Hospital. We join her many other lriends in wishing her a speedy recovery. We have been requested by Mr. Marshall Lumpkin to ex- press his appreciation to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gibbs of Oklahoma City, Okla., who have maintained a part-time residence on Percy's Creek near the Lake Mary road intersection are in the process of moving!b the citizens of Woodville for here to make their permanent itheir cooper.ation, and to ,the home. Mr. Gibbs plans to retire ;, boys who worked hard for him from the U. S. Postal Service i in the summer clean-up pro- and devote full time to his in- gram in our town. The physical terests in the Lake Mary :area. appearance of the community in Their daughter, Denise, has on-iene:ral certainly reflects ,the tered WCCA, where she is a'effort put forth by Mr. Lump- senior. I kin and his crew of helpers. Planters Hardware, inc. BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS Lunch Boxes Luggage Electric Irons Thermos Bottles Study Lamps Electric Blankets Electric Clocks, Clock Radios, Stereos Portable TVs Electric Razors Flashlights Sporting Goods Electric Hair Dryers Hot Plates Coffee Makers Bathroom Scales "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Ba'ton Rouge spent the day on  It Sunday with,_ his mother, Mrs. When youre financing Russel Ford, and Mr. Ford. In the afternoon ,hey all visited Mrs,. Fords .parents, Mr. ,and you new carr Mrs. Walter Cavin. Mrs. Edwin Brinson of Kis- semmee, Fla., has r(tu:rned home yOU clln be sfff'00 of after a ten-day visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Flowers, and other rela- ' gett00ng the best deal , Mrs. Tom Ford and children !,and rs. William Brock and daughter, Mary, spent the day  in Baton Rouge Sunday visiting in the home of Mrs.. Ford's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levatino. Mrs. Milton Plitt ,of Jackson and her ,mother, Mrs. E1Drew Smith of Montgomery, Ala., who has been visiting .the Plitts in Jackson, spent Tuesday here in the home of Mr. Plitt's parents Mr. and Mrs. Es.:rl Flirt. Mrs. Julius Carter and Miss Diane Carter went to Columbus Thu:rsday and were joined Fri- day by Mr. Carter, Mrs. Myron Waddell and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie G. Davis for he graduation of Miss Diane Carter during the summer commencement exer- cises at MSCW. Retu'rning with them wa, s Miss Melinda Car.ter, who has been a student during the summer session at' MSCW. Mrs. Jimmy Cutter and son Phillip, vacationed last week in Sierra Vista, Arizona, where ,they visited in the home of her is- ter, Mrs. David C.haffin. They were accompanied ,by Miss Lyn Falkenheiner and were Joined later by Miss Brenda Ross of New Orleans. While in Arizona, .they .went sightseeing in Tomb- stone, the legendary town "to tough to die," and Bis'bee, one of the deepest pit copper mines in the world, if you check our auto loan plan. Choose he financing as carefully 8 you do the car you are buying. It will t XO_00_.00thi.s to s=t _Qff=00.