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September 21, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday, September 21, 1973 i: i!i  i::i!i I' iii (%% ; , Mr. John H. Smith and son, i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haynes Raymond, ,of Jackson were Sun-of Gloster visited Thursday in day guests here in the home of/the W. D. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Gross. / Mrs. Ann Durham spent the Mrs. Delos Day ,and niece,weekend visiting with relatives Kathy, of Natchez visited Mrs.|in McCmb and Bogue C hltto. Day's sister, Mrs. Lucille Buckle, I on Sunday of this week. I Miss Renee Jensen of the Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cage and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Jr., and children spent Saturday in New Orleans visiting with rela- tives in that city. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray and sons, Mark and Rob, of Natchez visited Mrs. Gray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry, for the day on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Carter and children o.f Plains, La., vis- ited with his mother, Mrs. Wilmer Leake, and Mr. Leake on Saturday of last week. i spent the weekend here with her family. Mrs. Hugh Wynn of Memphis, Tenn, has ,been a recent guest here in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holt. Mr. and Mrs. David Speaker of Byhalia spent the weekend in the home of her brother:in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarstle. Her mother, Mrs. Olivia Scott of Doloroso, returned io Byhalia with them for a visit of several weeks. Get Ready For Cold Weather Now-- With New Floor Covering! : . .:J; iii'/: ..... i .i : Quakertone in 6, 9, and 12 ft. widths. Accotone in 12 ft. widths. Decolon Rugs in 9x 12, 12x 12, 12x 15 ft. Nylon Reversible Oval Braid Rugs by Hanover, in many sizes. Burlington House and Trinity Area Rugs in nylon or dacron polyester. Choice of colors, patterns, sizes. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skipper of Magnolia were Saturday vis- itors in the home of her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm. Mrs. Chuck Gonsoulin entered Field Memorial HospiLal on Monday of this week for exami- natitm. We hope for her the best of luck and complete recovery• Harry and Mark Trevillion spent the weekend in Hatties- burg and attended the Univer- sity of Southern Mississippi's football game. I Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Peter', and childr, en, Mike .and Liz, of Covington, La., spent the week- end wi,h Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clark and Karen. Mr. Herbert Stutzman entered Field Hospital on Tuesday of this week. We join his re,any friends in wishing for him a complete recovery soon. Ray Satcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Satchel is expected to leave on Saturday of this week for duty with the Air De- fense Army in Germany. M sJnd Ms E M Rowe spent Miss LaVerne McGraw, who is r. ". • • . l attending school at MSCW in last week visiting with friencs ^,. , ...... + +, .... t., and relatives in Memphis Tenn, . ,, . ..... ,o ,. ..  . ' / W/II ligi .£,..A[2, lilt, (.l,,tlu I¥1.0. and Decatur and Demopons,[ Burneil McGraw. Also visit, ing ua. | them for the day on Saturday Mr. August Martens entered Jefferson Davis Hospital on Satuxd,ay of last week. We join his ,many friends in wishing or him a complete recovery soon. Visiting in the home of Mrs. Clara Bass for a few days last week were her hrother-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cox, of Decatur. Mrs. Dudley Hopson and son, Mr. Dudley Hopson, Jr., and Mr. Jerry Geter visited in Durham, N. C., last week with Mrs. Hop- son's sister, Mrs. Robert Devore, and family. Mr. John W. Goddard, III, who is assistant manager for the firm of W. T. Grant Cm- pany, has recently been trans- ferred from New Orleans to Yazoo City, where he and his family now reside. was another daughter, Mrs. Nancy Ken, nedy, and daughter, Leigh. of Natchez. Mrs. Tessie Davls's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rowe and their two children of Edcnburg, Texas, stopped by thisl week for a short visit with her .while en route home after a v:acation trip. BIRTHS BOOSTER CLUB TO SPONSOR SPAGHETTI SUPPER FRIDAY NIGHT The WCCA Booster Club will serve a spaghetti supper on Friday night of this w eel f,rom 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. before the Rambler - Pine Hills football  game. I Mrs. Greg Wesberry has been :visiting her aunt, Mrs. Charmin I Smith, of Cordele, Ga., and college rcommate, Mrs. Gene Walker, of Albany, Ga., for the pat few weeks and is expected home this weekend• Mr. A. W. Treppendahl is go- ing to New Orleans Friday to be with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford, on their 35th wedding anniver- sary. Congratulati:ons to the Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson Alford on this occasion,! visited last Tuesday through .............. mr "roan mn o oionlai Saturday in the homes of their - " ..... daughters and families, Mr. and, (:nvrer. mmnanv has neon I adv_ised_thathe_, as been named Mrs Kenneth R Bradley and • ' lagain this year as a winner n Ken, Kevin Michael and Karen ...... - • - ' - " -- n- I ne annual sales eon'es spn- in Nlempnls Tenn, ancl Dr a (* • ', • ' ndsored by Chevrolet. He and Mrs. Mrs Robert A Blsanar a " " ' " C I Smith expect to leave on No- Robert m Hickory, N. . I vember 2nd to join a group of Mrs Doroty Lee Ruiz of Ven- I contest for a delightful tress, La., entered the hospital :trip which will include a five- for tests this week. We are lday stay in Paris and another happy to learn that she has five days ,in London. been released and s at the We have been requested to home of her re:other, Mrs. Cage announce that Mr. Joe Sumrow Chisholm, and Mr. Chisholm for was the winner of the color a ,few days. television set given away re- Mr. and Mrs. Phayes Carter cently by the Woodville Jay- and daughter, Miss Linda Car- cettes. The drawing was held on ter, left on Friday of last week I .September 15th at the town hall f0r a visit with their daughters m Woodville with Mayor George in Metalrie, La., Miss Billie Faye Gonda doing the drawing. The Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Koonce and children, Joy, :Scooter and Jeff. Mr. Carter and Miss Linda Carter joined a group to attend the Saints- Atlanta football game. Visiting this weekend with 'the Dewey Baileys were her daughter and husband, Mr. and Jaycettes expressed their sin- cere thanks to everyone who participated in this club money raising project. Mrs: J. J. Cerame, Sr:, of Bcl- zoni, who has been staying in her Gulf Shores, Ala., home for a few weeks, arrived in Wood- ville on Monday of last week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. T. D. Varnado .and ba,by of Gulf,ort, Mr and Mrs W W I Lettie Pricket' and he.r niece, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Chap- , .... man announce the birth of a Hinton of Gloster, and Mrs. I Mrs. Jane Brannan. On Wednes- daughter, Jennifer Robin, their Beatrice Perry ,of Wilkinson. ] day of last week, Mrs. Brannan, first child, on September 18tk Also coming for the day on Sat- !Mrs. Cerame, and a rien mrom at Jefferson Davis Hospital in urday to visit with Mrs. Varnado McComb, Mrs. Joe Arnold, drove Natchez. Paternal grandparents was a friend, Mrs Gene White, lto Houston Texas, o visit mor are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chapman and daughter of Natchez. a few days wth Mrs. Brannan s . I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of Natchez, ad maternal grand- MrS. Olivia Stutzman and Mrs. land Mrs. Hines Brannan, and parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mavis Whitaker .attended the  with Mrs. Arnold s daughter, P. Graham of Moscow, Ark., annual American Cancer Society | who also lives in that city. of Woodvllle. ' meeting in Jackson on Thurs-| day of thi week. Mrs. Stutzman was presented another plaque this year for meeting or exceed- ing the county quota. We con- gratulate her for her accom- plishments, along with those %?;:::::::%/i;..///.;..::.:..:;:::///i :"   :  :::::: who assisted her so capably. :and son, Doug, of Cary and thelr daughter, Mrs. Tom con- nell, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Bertha Johnston and sn, Mr. Robert Johnston. They came especially at th}s time to !;:ii bring Mrs. Johnston s grand- ii00iii00i!00!0000i0000i000000ii?i00i00iii0000i0000ii0000i1i!0000i000000i!i000000i00ii00ii!iii0000i:001i!0000iii000000000000ii00i00iiiiii:00iii daughter, Carol, to say goodbye i to :her relatives here. She is leaving for Norfolk, Virginia, to join her husband,,,a who has been on a six months' tour of duty Piggly Wiggly 46 o . . CHUCK ROAST lb. 79c with the Na_00 Sugar Added or Unsweetened -I ' I ORANGE JUICE 39c CHUCK STEAKS lb. 89c Hunt's No. 2V2 SLICED PEACHES 47c SEVEN ROAST lb. 89c Blue Bonnet , by H. Emerson Berryhill MARGARINE 2 for 73c ARM ROAST lb. 95c AND YOU CA'N?' That statement is one. you itsc because they allow themselve:, o think :they can be beaten. I| Don't all of us finally lind's| that we are usually bigger than I| all our difficulties.? | OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- | BER: "Believe you can, and you | can." I BERRYHILL ' J FUNERAL HOME J Phone 888-5871 J WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Tropicana Pure ORANGE JUICE qt. 39c RIB STEAK lb. $1.49 Hunt's TOMATO PASTE 4-72c Kraft American 11/2 lb. CHEESE, single 3 quarts PUREX BLEACH $1.55 45c 2 roll NORTHERN TOWELS 49c 3 lb. pack or more GROUND BEEF lb. 99c Everyday Price on 3 or more FRYERS, lb. 64c Pride of Illinois Cream Style or Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN 4-95c Kleenex 200's FACIAL TISSUE 3-91c Bonnie Baker Twin Pack POTATO CHIPS 49c C. M. Treppendahi & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon may or may not believe, but belief is one of the most power- ful of all problem solvers. As an illustration, for a num- ber :of years it was generally accepted that it was impossible for a man to run a mile in our minutes. Then, along came a frail Englishman by the name of Roger Bannister, who ran the mile in four minutes flat in 1954. Today there ,are many who .break that record. Why do .men break records? Because they believe they can. Why do people reach for goals? Because they believe these goals can be attained• The chief reason why people are beaten down by difficulties JAYCEES CHANGE MEETING NIGHT The Woodville Jaycees have changed their .regular meetings from ,the first and third Thurs- day to. the first and third Wed- nesday of each month at 7:3Q xm. at the VFW Hut. Miss Liz Treppendahl of Jack- on celebrated her birthday his week on a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Treppendahl. Miss Melanie Trevillion, who is attending school at MSCW, Columbus, spent the weekend at home with her father, Mr. Dorsey Trevillion, and Mrs. Tre- vilHon. Mrs. John S. Lewis and son, Bob, spent the past weekend in Baton Rouge visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask, Jr., and little daughter, Juliet• CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this means to express my sincere thanks to all of the friends who were so kind and thoughtful during my: recent hospitalization. Y o u r cards, flowers, prayers, visits and other kindncsses have meant a great deal to me and I will ever be grateful to each of you. -- A. J. White• From Our Files... (Continued from Page 5) Tuesday morning for Clarksville, Tenn., to resume his studies at the Southern Presbyterian Uni- versity. Miss Mary Scott and cecil scott left during the first of the week for Jackson where they have entered as students ,at Millsaps College. 75 YEARS AGO Aorney Wtll Martin of Natchez was here last Saturday attending to the interests of some of his clients. Road overseers should inspect the road from Woodvtlle several miles west on the Fort Adams road, under the supervision of Mr. Jno. D. Morris overseer, and go home .and do likewise. We venture %o state that it is the best worked road in the county. Messrs. Lee Inman and Dor- sey Glass of Morning Glory were in town on Monday. The Republican publishes all of the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors. A synopsis will not do. Some of our readers• who become impatient because of all the proceedings do not appear in one issue of the paper: should remember that often the proceedings are so lengthy that it is impossible to give them in full at one time. Planters Hardware, Inc. DOVE SEASON OPENS SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd See Us For All Your Hunting Needs Remington, Winchester & Browning Shotguns Remington & Winchester Shells Hunting Vests- Caps - Pants Water Coolers- Hunting Stools Thermos Bottles- Ice Chests SPECIAL Check Our Special Reduced Prices on new Browning 12 ga. automatic "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Credit is a service. When you need some, don't pay more for it than necessary. - Check with us first. ,,- I I IIIIII I II You won't have to shop around for a better price on the dollars you hire, if you let us srv¢ you.