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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Friday. Seo#emhr OR o'r' Mrs. Marie Inman returned to hor home on Saturday of last week after an extended visit to relatives and friends m Penn- sylvania, Iillinois and Wisconsin. " Mrs. Alice Chambers of Tu- nica is visiting for a few days Mr. and Mrs. John W. Day spent the first of the week on a visit to New Orleans. Mrs. Larry Scott of Whites- town visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Enis, Sunday. Mrs. Wilna Brock of Durant, mother of Mr. Wm. A. Brock, is epending a few days with the Brock family here this week. Patrons of WCCA are re- Mrs Dennis Nordan and daughter, Amanda. of Natchez visited her mother. Mcs. Mary Bunch. of the Doloroso nmgh- borhood for the weekend. Mrs. Phyllis Dawson and chin dren of Jackson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Chapman, and family for a couple of days the first of the week. Mrs. Ida Woods was able to return to her home on Tuesday after scvc.ral weeks m Field Hospital. We join her many friends in wishing her good health for the future. minded that tuition foe the Mr. anti Mrs. T. J. Morris and second month is due, beginning children. Joey and Alita. of Ba- September 20. ton Rouge came up to ,spend the Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey ef New Orleans spent the week- end with his sister. Mrs. Charles Cumbo, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey went to Plneville on Thursday of last week to attend funeral services for Mr. Bailey's uncle, Mr. John S. Jackson. day on Sunday witll Mrs. Morris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry. Mrs. Ronnie James and daugh- ter, Shannon. of McComb vis- Ited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ragsdale and family for a couple of days this week. Mrs. James is the former Miss Shirley Fassman of Wcodvllle. KITCHEN AND BATHROOM FIXTURES ! i t Enamel and Formica Topped Cabinet SINKS in double or single bowl. Choice of 44", 54" or 66" width. Matching wall Cabinets available in harvest gold, coppertone, avocado, or white. Double or single bowl Drop-In Sinks in white or stainless steel. AI Models include fittings to the floor. BATHROOM OUTFITS Complete Sets or Open Stock 5 ft. steel or cast iron tubs, closet combination and lavatories. See Us for Complete Plumbing Needs Woodvifle Furniture & Electric Co. ggflilllilililiilligiillliil|illilii|lii|llililliBiWll|ll|li|llgiildll| Sweet Sixteen OLEO lb. 3-99c FRYERS, lb. 47c Armour Dole PINEAPPLE BAC)N lb. 99c JUICE, 2 for 85c Del Monte Cream Style or Whole Kernel =ORN 4 for 99c Mrs. Wyndel Spell of Siecra Miss Jeanne Gross entered Field Memorial Hospital on Thursday of last week. We were happy to learn that she was not seriously ill and was able to ,return home on Saturday. Mis Liz Treppendahl was Mr. H. Emerson Berryhlll at- tended the 19th annual Funeral Directors' Conference at the University of Mississippi on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Allen Wood and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Whetstone of Tallulah, La., were weekend visitors with his sister, Mrs, Hoyden Phares, and other fam- ily members. Visiting overnight Saturday in Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave this week with her brother-in- Vista, Arizona, arrived here on home Tuesday and Wednesday Marshall Treppendahl drove to E. Carter were Mr. and Mrs. law and sister, Mr. and iVLrs. Monday of this week for a few cf last week to celebrate her Alexandria, La. on Friday of Clarence Hamilton of Ocean C. E. Ward, Sr. days visit in the home of her birthday with family and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde f, riends who gsthered at her Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McGehee Wood. home, Valhalla, for a cocktail and daughters. Vickie and buffet 'which was given by her Donna. and Mr. and Mrs. Cage Stewart Cage, young son of parents to celebrate this occa- Chisholm were rodeo visitors at Me. and Mrs. Calvin Cage, cole- sion. Angola on Sunday. brated hs seventh birthday with a hayride on Friday, Sop- Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford had Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins tember 21. Hot dogs, cake and as visitors last Sunday her of Tallulah. La.. visited in the Kcelaid were enjoyed by about daughters .and their families, h:mes of Mr. and Mrs. Mac fifteen of his friends. Mr..and Mrs Ronald Black and McCarstle and Mrs. Mary Bunch two children. Rhonda and for the day on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. H. E. Simonton, Roger, and Mcs. George Weath- Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ors and children. Emily and Misses Loraine and Renee Sirrmnton. Jr., and children Wendy, all of Baton Rouge. Beckham. who re attending KJm and Mat. of Natchez visited MSC,W, spent the weekend at in the Carrol Smith home at Misses Mary and Lucy Curry home with their parents, Mr. Pond Sunday. of New Oleans and their sister. and Mrs. W. L. Beekham. Mrs. H. C. Guynes of Garland F..riends of the Parish will be Texas. visited with their brother Miss Valerie Hewes of Missis- interested to learn tl]at St. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sippi College, Clinton. spent the Patrick's Catholic Church at H. B. Curry, over the weekend weekend at home with her par- Fort Adams recently was the Mrs. Guynes remained for a ens, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hewes, and family, recipient of .a $3,300 disaster ocuple of days more with the grant for use m repai,ring spring Currys and they left on Tues- Mrs. Henry Roundtree of flood damages, day of this week to accompany Newellton. La., arrived the past her home and to visit wig.h her weekend for a visit in the home We were sorry to learn that and her husband, Dr. Guynes, of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Joe Townsend was hospital- for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. David. L. McCraine, ized in Field Memorial on Fri- end family, day of last week and wis.h for The 4:30 p.m. Mass at St. him a complete and rapid re- Joseph's Catholic Church will be Miss Denise Gonsoulin. who covecy, cancelled on Saturday, Septem- attends MSCW. spen,t the week- her 29. Fr John Niemeyer and end with her family, Mr. and M,r. and Mrs. Fred Warren Sunday School instructors of Mrs. Charles Gonsoulin, and and children. Kelly and Regina, the parish will attend a ,religious Pkllllers Hardware, Inc children, of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. instructors seminar at the Hotel John Ward and children, Wanda Heidelberg in Jackson from 10 Mr. and Mrs. Chales Whet- Rose, Maggie and Jaunne, of a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop stone ar.. and baby daughter, Natchez visited over the week- will be conducted by the na- FALL BEGINS -- Are You ,...l.Dea'4,,' Jennifer Ann, of Starkville were end with Mr. and iMrs. C. E. tionally known Rev. Alfred Me- weekend visitors with his par- Ward, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Brlde of Washington, D.C. Those Lawn & Garden oaks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. E. Ward Jr., and family, from St. Joseph's expecting to Whetstone, and family. Fall Clean Up Equipment Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lewis of attend are Mrs. Robert Carter, Mr. Enloe Kee, III, drove up Gloster. Mrs. W. M. McCraine, Yard Bags, Rakes, Shovels, Carts, Oxford spent the weekend with to 8tarkville to attend the Mis- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Centreville, and Mrs. Prentiss Lawn Sweepers, Garbage Cans, Liners sis,sippi State - Vanderbilt fo- Marvin Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson. Woodville. I Home Repair ball game and t,o spend the John C. Hewes, and family. Also Mr. and Mrs. Burnell MeG,raw I Glazing Materials and Glass weekend with his former .room- visiting in the Lewis home for and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Carter Paint & Sundries; Wiring Equipment mate, Mr. Roger Smith, and the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. drove up to Jackson Saturday Check our Complete Electrical Rack Mrs. Smith. Charles S ewar t and son, for the Ole Miss - Memphis Mrs. Julia Morris. who has Charles, Jr., of Jackson. State football game. They we,re Sporting Goods been in Field Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford had joined by the' son-in- Fall Camping Equipment and the Wilk-Amite Haven the following as dinner guests law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I Football & Basketball Needs nursing home for quite a few on Sunday .of this week: her Charles Kennedy, of Natchez,[ Ask Us About Archery mon,ths, was able to return to parents, Me. and Mrs. James land visited with Mr. and Mrs. her home on Monday. We join Woodard of Greensburg, La., her lDavid McGraw and Miss LR- Hardware ler many friends m rejoicing brother and sister-in-law, Mr. J Ve,rne McGraw of MSCW, who Traverse Rods; Storm Door Hardware; Door Closers; Padlocks over this event and hope that and Mrs. "Sonny" Woodard, and]was spending the weekend in she will continue to improve in children, Chad and Shea and I Jackson with her ,brother and "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" health, friends. Messrs. Elliott Ortegol sister-in-law. and Elmo Ashford, all of Baton ...... - ..... Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Summers of Lessley. Mrs. Ima Cunningham came home on Wednesday of laser week afte,r an extended visit with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Smith, and family of Atlanta, .Texas. On the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Smith and sons, David and Charles, visited her and went on to Baton Rouge to attend the LSU - Texas A & M football game with Mr. and Mrs. Lessley Flowers, of that city. ii i i The first step away - from the old grindstone by H. Emerson Berryhill There is no denying that we allliVe efin a hectiCus at timesWrld'travelAlmstat a i8 regular savings deposits pace of maddening tempo, and the frequency of such times makes us wonder where we are 3-42c Del Monte TOMATO SAUCE Hunt's Kraft KETCHUP 2 for 85c CHEESE, 1V2 lb. $1.55 2-Roll Soft Weve Kraft quart TISSUE 2 for 65c MIRACLE WHIP 81c Stokley SWEET PEAS gal. $1.35 JERGEN'S SOAP 10 for $1 ! Glade 7 oz. AIR FRESHENER Ronco Elbow 8 oz. MACARONI 5 for 99c 55c C. M. Treppendahl g Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon :::: mmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmFmm :! : : going. In a story of a ticket agent in a railroad station who was telling a little old lady her train would leave on Track 25, the agent heard her ask, "Track 25?" "Yes. Track 25," he said. Afte,r the agent had repeated the number again to the lady, the nex man in line com- menced, "You must really know your business to deal with the Public the way you do." "The public?" answered the agent. "I deal with people, one at a time." That's the secret in overcom- ing many of the maddening frustrations: Deal with them one at a time! When things start coming aL you from every di,rection, say to yourself: "One thing at a time." You'll find your problems much easier to solve. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: The sma.rles person really can do only one thing at a time. , BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI lass week to visit .with their Springs. friend, Miss Janice Tower. I Mrs. Robert Redhead returned Mr. and M,rs. W. D. Anderson I to her home on Saturday of laS visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave An- week af.ter being called to Hous derson and Misses Debbie and ton, Texas, a week earlier bY Teresa Anderson of Baton Rouge the death of her aunt, Mcs. on Saturday of last week. Knox Gilmore, of that cly. Fu:" Mr. and Mrs. Delton More neral services were held ia of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting Houston on Friday and inter- in the home of his mother, Mrs. ment ,was in Dallas on MondaY. Nellie Moore, for a while. Mr. Mrs. Redhead remained to visit Moore is a dental student hi Dallas reltives the rest of last Memphis week before returning home. Going down to New Orleans Mr. Hugh McKey had an fom Woodvine for the funeral aut.mobfle accident on Thurs of Mr. Carro] Wood on Thursday day niglt of last week on High of last week were Mr. and Mrs. way 24 near the "Old ttugheS Phayes Carter, Mrs. Allen Wood Store." According to informatiorL and Mrs. Bran Dawson. received from family members, Mr. McKey had been sitting with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Scott his mother, who is hospitalized of Durham. N. C.. visited his in Field Hospital, and was ,re - sisters. Miss Mary Scott and turning home when he appar- Mrs. J. N. Miller. and Mr. Miller early fell asleep at the wheel, after a.ttending the funeral of going off the road and turning Mrs. Scott's brother, Dr. a. M. over several times. He sustained Ewing, in Clinton. On Monday a broken arm and other bruises, Miss Scott and Mrs. Miller ac- bu was able to leave the hoS- companied Mr and Mrs. Scott pltal the next day. We hope he to San Antonio. Texas, to vlsit will soon be up and feeling well Mr. and Mrs. Don Scott. again. earning top interest in this bank. May we help you? II I I II I I Whatever savings plan you follow, you'll get the best rate and service at this understandin hank.