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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, September 7, 1973 I Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wilker- ,, ]son, Jr., and family have moved [in(,o their new home on High- [ way 24 Eg, st which has recently bec ] completed. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lewis were Labor Day weekend vis- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood spent the holiday weekend at Hot Wells, La. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Habig, Jr., spent the Labor day holid, ay .weekend visiting with Mr. Emil Habig in New Grleans. Mrs. L. B. Watt. Jr., of Baton Rouge spent a few days here last, week visiting her mother and sister, Mrs. Charles Mc- Gehee, and Miss Mary McGehee. Visiting for the day on Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. John itors here with their pa!rets, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. John Hewes and family. Lake Tolber and Willie Morris of the University of Mississippi, Oxford, visited with their fam- ilies over the Labor Day boll- Mrs. Mac Bradley spent the Day were Mrs. Nonie Johnson day weekend. weekend with .her brother-in- of Baton Rouge and her dough- ter, Lark, of Harrisburg, Pc. Mr. ,and Mrs. "Butch" Plitt and little son, Adam. of Gulf- port spent the Labor Day week- end in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plitt. Mrs. Mattie L. Morris under- went eye surgery in Jefferson Davis Hospital in Natchez on Wednesday of last week and was expected to come home this week, on Wednesday or Thurs- day. We join her friends in wishing for her ,a speedy and complete recovery. law and sister, Mr. ,and M'rs. A. B. McDaniel, near losetta, Visiting in the home of Mrs. Clara Bass for the holiday weekend were her daughter-in- law, Mrs. "Buddy" Bass, and three daughters, Renee, Lynette and Sherri. Mr. A. J. Welsh, fathe:r of Mr. Donald E. Welsh, ls in Ochsner's Foundation Hospital in New Orleans recuperating from recent surgery. We send best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery. Gas & Electric Ranges by Magic Chef & Dixie 30" & 36" widths in Coppertone, Harvest, White and Avocado. II Featuring removable doors and lift-up tops for easy cleaning. Come in and see the new Chateau Double Oven Range. All models available with glass doors, clock, and timer. Complete line of range connections & fittings. W0od00ille Furniture & Electric Co. Mrs. Burnell McGraw and Mrs. Venton McNabb, Jr.. of Centreville drove up to Jackson on Wednesday of last week to pend the day with Mr. ,and Mrs. David McGraw. Visiting in the home of Mrs. Martha Davis and family and with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Netter- ville and family is Mrs. Robert Nichols of Raleigh, N. C., sister of Mmes. Netterville and Davis. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Day over the holiday weekend were four of their grandchildren from Baton Rouge, Terry, David, Wynne, and Laney Day. Mrs. A. H. Sturgeon of Wil- kinson underwent surgery at Jefferson Davis Hospital in Natchez on Thursday of last week. We wish fo" her a rapid recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Turner and daughter of Houston, Tex., spent the holiday weekend here with their families, Mrs. Edna Earle Turner,.Miss Gwyn Turner and Mrs. Alma Denstel. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Anderson over the holiday weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bell and their daughter, Mrs. Henry Cutie, of Amity;, La. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Smith an:noun,ce the birth of a son Charles Lessley, their second child, on August 20 at Wadley ttospital in. Tex!arkana, Texas. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. W. B. Cunningham, and pater- hal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F'loyd Smith, Jr., all of Woodville. mmmnmmmmmnmmu||mmnuummmmmm|emmm| LliES Family Package Ground BEEF lb. 89c FRYERS, lb. 67c (While they Last!) Del Monte No. 303 5 lb. box Cut GREEN BEANS 3-82c CHICKEN BACKS $1.49 Maxwell House Regular Grind COFFEE, lb. can $1.05 Bryan FRANKS, 12 oz. 99c Ajax 21 oz. CLEANSER Kleenex 140 count 4 for $1.00 Bisquick 20 oz. BAKING MIX 2 for 89c FAMILY NAPKINS 2-73c Del Monte Northern CATSUP, 20 oz. 2 for 79c TERI TOWEL 2 for 83c Kraft 16 oz. Lady Scott 200/2-ply 1000 Island Dressing 59c FACIAL TISSUE 3 for 89c Arm & Hammer 8 oz. BAKING SODA 2 for 29c ORCHARD JUICE Plastic V2 gallon CLOROX 2-98c Clabber Girl 10 oz. 2for87c BAKING POWDER 5-$1 C.M. reppendahl & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon BACK-TO-SCHOOL In addition to the list of col- lege students published in our last issue, the following local youth have also left for school: Mississippi SVate University: Hunter Howell. University of Southern Mis- sissippi: Wesley Berry, Jr. Mrs. Kay D'Aquila Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goddard returned last Thursday from a delightful vacation visit to Los Vegas, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Black and children and Mr. Joe Gi,b- son of Baton Rouge spen the weekend with their mo.ther, Mrs. Russel Ford, and Mr. Ford. Mr. and Mrrs. Pat Lewis spent the holidays visiting her rela- tives in Tupelo. Mr. and Mrs. David Bramlette and daughter, Lil, spenL the hol- iday weekend visiting with Mr. BABE RUTH BENEFIT DRAWING SEPT. 21 The drawing for a $100 gift certificate good at Velma's Dress Shop here will be held at the first WCCA home foo]hall game and Mrs. E. A. G,eoghegan in on September 21. All profits Slidell, La. from the sale of tickets will go Mr. and Mrs. Yates McGraw l t the Woodville Junior and Melinda Goddard and Richard Mrs.. Wilmer Leake received of Summit visited over theSenior Babe Ruth Baseball pro- McKey enrolled as day students the sad news Sunday that her weekend in the home of his!grams, officials sbated. at Copiah-Lincoln Junior Col- aunt, Mrs. Myrtlelee Preston. of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers family. Yates is Carter of Wilkinson; three sons, lege in Natchez on September 4. San Antonio, Texas. was killed Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNeely the past weekend I were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stadig and son, Bryant, of Houston, Texas. Clif and Anna McCarstle, children of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McCarstle of Natchez, spent the weekend with their grandpaT- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Carstle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skipper of Magnolia came over for a Sunday visit in the home of her grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm. when two would-be purse- snatchers threw her into the ,path of an on-coming vehicle. We extend sympathy to the family. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Sigmon ,and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin motored to Jackson Sunday to visit the Sigmons' son-in-law and dauShter, Mr. and Mm. Oarlton McGehee. and family. The Griffins went on I,o Bran- don for a visit with her brother- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Price, and family. Mrs. Mac Henderson and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. McGraw, .and attending school at Southwest Parnell. Cordell and B. F. Far- Junior College. rar, Jr.; and one daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham and daughter, Suzette, of Mos- cow, Ark.. spent the Labor Day weekend here with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Chapman and Miss Sharon Graham. Mrs. Graham remained for a longer visit in the Chap- man home. Miss Linda Carter accompa- nied her sister. Miss Billie Faye Carter. back to her home in Metairie. La., to spend the Labor Day weekend there. They were joined by a group of friends Lo attend the Saints and Mrs. John Myers, of Hous- Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Hill ton, Texas, spent the weekend football game on 'Saturday. have been visiting with Dr. and here with Mrs. Henderson's sis- We are sorry to learn of the Mrs. Harry R. Hill and family ter, Mrs. A. A. D'Aquilla. and and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hill, in other members of 'her family, Minneapolis, Minnesota. including another sister, Mrs. C. E. Ward. Bernice, La., for a few day' visit Miss Peggy Leake of Baton Mrs. Carl D'Aquila went to with her sister, Mrs. George Moore, whose husband is ill in the hspital there. We wish him a complete recovery soon. Woodville Chapter, Order of the Eastern .Star, will hold their regular meeting on Monday, September 10. Mrs. Martha Davis, worthy matron, urges all Ma.ry Ella Everette. He was buried in Waco on Monday of this ,week. We extend sympathy to the fmily in their bereave- ment. Spending Labor Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wflmer Leake were her sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Carter and children of Zaeha'ry, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Carter and children of Ferri- day, La. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carter and daughters, Melinda and Diane, re.turned home Sunday from a delightful ten-day Euro- pean tour ,which included visits to Germany, Austria. Switze- death of Mr. Ben F. Farrar of 1,and, Italy and France. En route Waco, Texas, formerly of Wil- home the Misses Carter stopped kinson County, on Friday, Au- off at Hattiesburg vhere they gust 31. Mr. Farrar is survived entered the University of South- by his widow, the former Mandy l ern Mississippi fer the fall term. Rouge came for a weekend visit , I - with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Leake, after a very en- j,oyable vacation trip to points of interest in Mexico. Her daughter. Christin Walkor. has .been spending some time here with her grandparents and ex- pected m remain for the rest of this week with them. Planters Hardware, inc. members to attend. Mrs. T. O. Wbitaker d,rove Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Cox of over to McComb Friday to get Lake Mary had as house guests her daughter, Clarena, and a over the holiday weekend Mr. and Mrs. R. H Cockerham of friend, Delores Gill of Baton Olla, La. Rouge, who both attend South- west Junior College. Also corn- Mrs. Stella Vines Woods of ing up to spend the weekend Baton Rouge, formerly of Wood- here with their parents, the ville, with her children and T. O. Whitakers, and family were several friends from that city, Mr. and Mrs. Gary McGuire and visited in the home of Mr. and three children of Marrero, La. Mrs. W. C. Lowry Sunday. They were joined on Sunday by Mrs. Whitaker's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Lessley j. C. Martin, of the Spillman had as guests for the Labor Day neighborhood, and by their son ,weekend their son and daugh- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mason and daughter-in-law, the Rev. Lessl,ey, Jr., and children, Bo, and Mrs. Warren Whitaker. and Mason, III, Johnny, Lisa and daughter. Kathy, of MemPhiS, Tenn. Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Cl.ay B. Tucker drove down to Baton Rouge Sunday to visit their brother-in-law, Mr. Fran- cis R. Conner, who is a patient in Our Lady of the Lake Hos- J pital there. Mrs. O. W. Catchings and daughter, Mrs. Glen Ray Whet- stone. Jr., spent a few days last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Catchings, Jr., and fam- ily in Jackson and then went on to the Gulf Coast for several days. by H. Emerson Berryhiil "... and there is nothing new under the sun." People seem to PAINT & HOME REPAIR SUPPLIES House Paint- Porch - Deck Paint Varnish -Shellac- Spray Lacquer Interior Paint- Paint Brushes Paint Trays, Rollers, Pails Step & Extension Ladders Hammers - Saws -- Drills Screen Wire- Snips - Hardware Cabinet Hardware -Wiring Devices Gutters - Roof Coating - Caulking Compound "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Unemployed dollars should be put to work. Bring yours to us topwages in our savinp department, be quoting the words constantly, y,::tnny ways it is a tragic and we'll hire them at If a person is living in such monotony tha, t everything that happens is eld and "routine," then their life must be most miserable. If we were living in the period of history two thousand years ago, these words would have had a far different meaning. Man's greatest achievement of a thousand years ago was the wheel, and his greatest achieve- ment, rr 500 years later was still the ,wheel. But, wi'thin the last twenty years, there have been thousands of new and useful in- ventions. And every single one of them has been greater than the wheel. A person today has, at his beckoning more new and excit- ing th.ings to see and experience than he can possfbly manage. Someone wisely said: "Digest every day--break it :apart in tiny bits---enJoy every moment." OUR THOUGHT TG REMEM- BER: The wonders of the world ,belong to man, to enjoy and to che$ish, They're as safe when at work as vhen they're just lying there. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, ii i ....... .... :St