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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, August 3 I, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carter left; on Thursday of last week for New York where they were o join a tour group for a ten- day vacation visit Go Germany and other points of interest in central Europe. Mrs. Louis Leake and Mr. and ! Lee Roberts and Byron Bow- I Mrs. John Dale and Mrs. Tom Mrs. E. M. Carter of Baton man of Marrero, La., and Brent i rural man- Ford attended a Hays of Baker, La., visited last power training conference in weekend with Mrs. John L. ]McComb on Thursday of last Hays. I week. Mrs. J. G. Pearce arrived home ] Mrs. Bernice Geter of Natchez on Thursday of last week after !visited recently in the home of a visit, with family member in her sister, Mrs. Rita Johnson, Dallas, Texas. [who returned home with her to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis LeakelVlSlt for a few days. went to Baton Rouge sunday to I Miss Billie Faye Carter of take their grandson, Dana, home after a few days' visit here with Metalrie, La., came up on Mon- day of this ,week for a few days' them. vacation visit w.ith her parents, Mr. George Nicholas, Jr., an-]Mr, and Mrs. Phayes Carter, %ered Field Memorial Hospital and family. on Sunday. He was able to re- turn home on Tuesday, we are The ladies of St. Paul's Rouge spent the day Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elllott Leake and daughter, Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Koonce and children Joy, Scooter and Jeff. spent the weekend visiting with Mrs. Koonce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phayes Carter, and family. Mrs. A. J White and Andy and Lane visited Mr. A. J. White, who is a patient in Veterans H.cspital at Jackson. We join his many friends in wishing him a speedy and complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. William Brock and ary visited his mother, Mrs. Wilner Brock, at Durant over the ,weekend. Mrs. Ann Durham visited her brother, Mr. Frank B. Smith, Jr., in McComb Hospital Tues- day through Sunday of last week. He was injured in a mo- torcycle wreck on Tuesday, sus- taining head and shoulder in- juries. We hope he will continue to improve. Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl mo- ored to Jackson on Tuesday of this week for an overnight visit with her son-ln-law and daugh- tc'r, Mr. and Mrs. David Mc- Graw, and to help them get .settled after their move to Jack- son where they will both attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Curry and daughter, Barbara Jean, of New Orleans visited last week- end with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Church met this week at the happy to say. Parish cuse to plan the forth- Field Memorial Hospital Sunday %o knew I coming oesquieentennial cele- for an overnight stay for tests %hatFriendSMrs. arejackSOrrYstockett has J bration of the historic old Epis- only, we; are happy to .report, been hospitalized at Field's ,in copal Church to be held in and he was able to return home Centreville and hope that she October. Watch this paper for on Monday. will soon be feeling much better, dates. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Sturgeon honored their son, Holmes, with COMPLETE BEDDING NEEDS a party ist Sunday on the occasion of his tenth birthday, which was August 28. About 16 young friends gathered at their country home and enjoyed hot dogs, Cokes, cake and ice cream. Mrs. J. E. O'Donnell is at home to her friends again following a say at East Jefferson Hos- pital in New Orleans. She was accompanied home on Sunday by Mr. Harold White and his mother, Mrs. Lisa White, of New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shrader and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and children, Joey and Alita, of Baton Rouge spent the day on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. May- or foam ronne of New Orleans came up Tuesday to spend a few days with her parents. Contour mattress protectors in all sizes. Mrs. Charles Phillips and chin Feather and Dacron pillows, dren, Greg and Steven, of Salem, Virginia, arrived on Cannon sheets and pillow cases in Tuesday of last week for a visit decorator colors and in white, in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stutzman. Large selection of bedspreads and blankets. They were jcined on Friday by Mr. Phillips, who accompanied W06clgille Furniture & Electric Co. th0m home on Monday o this week. JmnllBmmm/llmlmlilllllmmilmmlmulmmllmlUllnlmmlmmlilmlmmllmmmmgmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmnmBmmlmllmm Roll-awa!beds with innerspring rubber mattresses. Innerspring mattresses and Box springs by SEALY and SPRING AIR in twin, full, queen and king size sets. Labor Day Specials SCHLITZ 10 oz. 6 pack $1.09 MUSTARD Kraft 25 oz. 43c TISSUE Aurora 2 roll 2 pkgs. 67c MARGARINE Parkay Ib. 2-75c Bonnie Baker Twin Pack Dixie 9 inch 50 count POTATO CHIPS 49c EASY DAY PLATES 79c King KeGler Dixie 9 oz. c/cup 80 cnt. CAN DRINKS 10 for 99c EASY DAY CUPS 85c Dole 46 oz. Kraft 12 oz. Sliced PINEAPPLE JUICE 2-85c American CHEESE 77c Hunt's Buffet size Gulf Lite quart TOMATO SAUCE 5-59c Charcoal STARTER 37c Showboat 28 oz. Arrow 20 Ibs. Mr. Dorsey Trevillion entered Curry while en oute home from Ruston, La., where they had attended their daughter's grad- uation exercises at Louisiana Tech on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, Jr., and children. Anne. Ellen and Jay, of Huntsville, Ala.. are expected here on Friday night for a ten-day vacation visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis. They will be jo'ined here for the week- end by Mr..and Mrs. W. R. Trask. Jr.. and daughter, Juliet, of Baton Rouge. Misses Tins Purpera and Irene D'Aqutla of Baton Rouge are 8pending this veek v,isiting in the home of Mrs. A. A. D'Aquila. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Ber,ry spent last weekend with their son ,and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Leake of Liberty, Texas. are visiting this week in the home of Mr. ana H. L. Leake and with other fam- ily members in this, his old home county. Mrs. Gordon L. Morris spent WCCA NEWS The following officers were hcsen last week from the Sen- ior Class of 1974: Tom Willis, president; Cissy Jackson, vice- president; Renee Ryan, secre- tary; Jeff Brown, treasurer; and Mrs. Ted Bery, at West s'everal days last week visiting Ella Ruth Butler .and Mike Point. l in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Faust, reporters. I The 7th grade at WCCA have Mr. Charlie Canova. Jr.. went W. H. Gillon, III, .and family in eect d 'Uhe following offlceztt: up to Oxf, ord last week o take Natchez, where the Gillons are, e State Board of Pharmacy having a new home built. I Pamela the Freeman, president; examination and made one of Angels Freeman. vice-president; the top grades recorded. He is Mrs. Tom F.ord and two chil- Mria Ward, secretary; Gone now serving his nternship here dren, Darlene and Ronda, and Canova, treasurer; and Scott at City Drug Store. Mrs Edwin Ryan and children, Nason and Edna Fern Randall, Joke and Susan, spent the day reporters. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford had on Sunday with Mrs'. Ford's visiting them f.or the weekend parents, Mr. and Mrs. James her daughters and their fam- Woodard at Greensburg, La., Mrs. Leisa Bates joined Mr. flies, Mr. and Mrs. George going especially to jointly cole- and Mrs. Jesse West in Natchez Weathers and Mr. and Mrs. John brae the birthdays of Darlene for a weekend visit to Mr. and McDonald, and children, and her cousin, Barry Levantine. Mrs. Gordon West in Jackson. MrandMrs'CiareneeWhit-;--P0ffiers Hardware, inc tington left the first of this week for Purvis to attend fu- ner,al services for her cousin. Miss Faye Holcomb, ,who was killed Sunday evening when she was struck by lightning. We ex- tend sympathy to her family. Miss Carie Lynn Whitehead and Mr. Lester Stockett visited last week with the Ray. and Mrs. Lamar Brown in Panama City, Fla.. Mrs. Jennie M. Wofford in] Pensacola. Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. David Sheppard and faro-, ily in Laurel. I Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Howell and three children. Amy, Beth. and Anne. of Starkville. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wall, Jr., and Mrs. Harry Lawson an and Mr. W. L. Roper of Hatties- daughter, Jane, of Coushatta, burg spent the past Sunday vis- La., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Flowers. and attended the birthday celebration for their grandmother, Mrs. John Flow- ers. last Sunday. itlng Mr. D. J. Wall at Field Hospital. Mr. Wall. who under- went surgery in Baton Rouge recently, was moved to Centre- ville on Thursday of last week for cnvalescence. We trust that he will soon be able to return home. Mrs. D., A. Brannan went up to Jackson on Tuesday of last week to join her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, Jr.. ,on a trip to Nash- ville to enter their son, Charles, for his second year at Vander- bilt University. From there, they toured points of interest in Ten- nessee and Georgm, including the Smokey Mountains and Chattanooga, returning to Jack- son on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller motored to Woodville on Monday of this week to bring her mother home: Mrs. W. E. Cox of Lake Mary visited with her mother nd other relatives in Fort Worth, Texas, last week. She went es- pecially to .meet her daughter, Mrs. Roy Augustine, and chil- dren, Renee, Jody .and Alan, of Tucson. Arizona. We were sorry to learn that Mrs. Cox's mother became very ill while she was there and join her many f.riends in wishing her a complete and rapid recovery. Mr. Jerry Burford of Houston, Texas, visited Miss Susie Wayne Spillman in the home of her parents, Mr. and hrs. Earl Wayne Spillman, before they both returned to LSU to register. Tommy Spillman also .spent a few days at home before return- ing to Southeastern in Ham- mond, La., where he is attend- ing school. by H. Emerson Berryhill PORK & BEANS 2-64c Charcoal Briquets $1.25 A long time ago someone Breast O' Chicken While they last! .I .I wrOteof life theseis at wordS:the bottom"The of SUgarthe Chunk Light 1/2 size T-BONE STEAK lb. $1.89 cu,. The writer w, as obviously referring to the magnificent era TUNA 2 for 99c Perfect for Bar-B-Q of life known as growing old. So many great and wonder- Libby 3 oz. Country Style lb. ful people have achieved t:heir V!ENNA SAUSAGE 3 99c BACKBONE $1.19 [greatest rewards in their "old - age." Tinto:retto painted "Para- dise" at eighty. Tennyson wrote Whip quart First Cut lb. "Cossing the Bar" at eighty- M|racle SALAD DRESSING 65c PORK CHOP $1 15 three, and Titan at ninety-eight " painted his historic picture of Center Cut lb. the "Battle of Lepanto." Kr It is true that we cannot all aft 16 oz. PORK CHOP qul.Ql ,be shining A, pollos in later years, FRENCH DRESSING 59c ut we can be our age. We can ---,,TL':C'" Cu|" ref.use to grow old and, instead, grow up. Kraft Jet Puf 10 oz. (Select Center Loin) 39 OUF?, THOUGHT TO REMEM- MARSHMALLOW 19c PORK CHOP lb. $1 BE: If we keep mentally and p]ritually young, life will be better all around us. Strive to Our Stores Will Be Closed - Men., Sept. 3, LABOR DAY "grow old" gracefully, C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 a,m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Phone 888-5871 mmmmmmmmmm WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI EVERYTHING FOR THE HORSEMAN Saddles by Southern and Wilson Bridles, Saddle Pads, Halters Martingales in all sizes for both horses and ponies. Shetland Pony Bridles and Halters Stirrups, Roping Reins, Spurs Curb Ch'ains, Tie and Billet Straps Leather and Nylon Girths Leather Saddle Bags, Bull Whips Leather Gun Scabbards, Bits Nylon Catch Ropes Curry Cornbs and Brushes Bronc and Saddle Horse Shoes "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Make your last round dec|sion. Ford Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. The Long Green is a pleasure to handle but it's much safer in the bank... while you pay by check Cash ;s comforting but more dangerous to carry around than a checkbook in this era of upsurging crim,