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October 5, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi . Friday, October 5, 1973 Mr. and Mcs. Robert F. Catch- Miss Delores Hosey of Met- WCCA NEWS ings spent, the weekend in New airle. La., visited for the week- Orleans and attended the Tu- end with Miss Linda Carter. The Senior Class at WCCA lane-VMI flootball game on Sat- wishes to announce its repre- urday. Mr. Harry Trevillion went by sentatives in the 1973-74 Home- SAE bus from Hattiesburg to coming as follows: Lord Mike -__ .,..N ---.----- (#- 1Vr. and Mrs. Arnold Tregg Oxfo,rd for the Ole Miss - South- I Faust and Lady Renee and son. Tommy, of Reserve, La.. ern football game. ] Also chosen by the Seniors Mr w nd3M  E.DMiad::d ?Can  MiyahIM?i Ewd::denRY g and visited with her farther. Mr. Mac ' ' " and I werel :; eb:thehthldbeautieSilaa::r .nn aTPeaYgWtll reP-aan a r , a McCarstle. Mrs. McCarstle. and Messrs T O Sessions 1 wh a t fa u family the past weekend. Terry Thrarp returned home on s on the Gulf Coast this week. l:er parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Wednesday of last week after! - ' .. Morgan, of Port Gibson. Mr. Milchell Whitaker, who a ummer's work in North / as follows: Brenda Nettervine, " I Renee Ryan Cissy Jackson PATRONS LEAGUE NOW Mrs. Alice Taylor and a friend of Baton Rouge visited in the WORKING ON CALENDARS home of Mrs. Archie Carter and The Patrons League of WCCA daughter, Donetta, the past s currently compiling data for weekend. the 1974 calendars, which will Mr. and Mrs. Fred MeCarsNe feature a picture of the new academy gymnasium, had their grandchildren, Clifton and Anna McCarstle, of Natchez The calendars with birthdays for the weekend. Mr. Clifton and anniversa,ries wlIl sell for McCrstle came for them on $2.00 each, and extra copies may be purchased for $1.50. Sunday. All information must be cam- Mrs. E. P. Putnam of Abbe- ville, La., visited her sisters, Mrs. Marie Inman went to Mrs. Roy Cox and Miss Lise Durant this week o present a Argue, over the past weekend, program to the Garden Club of that city on Wednesday. We are happy to learn that Mr. Joe Townsend was able to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings roturn home after a stay in drove to Jackson for a Phar- Field Memorial Hospital. macy Board meeting on Wed- Mr. and Mrs. James Moore attended the Liza Minelli con- cert at LSU en Friday night of last week. nesday of last, week. Mrs. William FelLer was ad- mitted to Field Memorial ttos- pital on Monday of this week. We are glad to learn that she Mr. Mike Bunch and a friend was able to retucn home on of Vidalia, La.. visited his grand- Tuesday. mother, Mrs. Mary Bunch, last Mr. ann Mrs. Lamont Rowe weekend, and family had visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Scott of  them for the weekend her par- Whitestown spent Stmday with i ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Brous- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I sard, and he niece. Kathryn Enis, and family. Broussard, all of Lafayette. La. i ii BABY and JUVENILE FURNITURE Baby beds in pastel, maple, walnut, and pine. "Kantwet" mattress in innerspring or foam rubber. Play Pens & Pads Bumper Pads Nursery Chairs High Chairs Strollers, Walkers PortaCribs MiniCribs Car Beds & Seats Unfinished Chests Trundle Beds Musical Rockers Waodville Furniture 8, Electric Co. works off shore out of Golden Meadow. La. arrived home for a few days' visit ,on Tuesday of this week. We are happy to learn that Mrs. Frank Rosso. who under- went surgery at Baton Rouge ()cneral Hospital. was able to return home on Satm'day of last week. L FOOD VALUES Fu)! Cut R0uudSteak it. $1.19 Boneless Tenderized R dSleak lb. $1.29 Mr. Mark Trevillion, Miss ! Sharon Gr'aham, and Mr. Dave Carte of Baton Rouge visited over the weekend with Sharon's family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gra- ham and Suzette and Bobby, in Moscow, Ark. Mr. and Mcs. Chester Southern and daughter, Janiee, of Man- gum, La., visited with their son- in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McGehee, and daugh- ters. Viekie and Donna, last weekend Mrs. Wayne McCarstle has gone to Norfolk, Virginia, to meet he,r husband, who has re- cently returned from Italy. They will be .joined by their children as soon as they can find a place to live. Mrs. Ron Hensarling and chil- drcn, Jon, David and baby Robin, of Hous;on, Texas, vis- ited the past week .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Geter. and family and her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dore Leake. in Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wacd. Sr.. have visiting them this week from New Orleans his two sis- ters, Mrs. Julia Evans and Mrs. Lucille Jones. They were accom- panied by Mr. Joe Fisketjon. This was a very pleasant sur- p,r]se to Mr. and Mrs. Ward as Mr. Ward had not seen his sis- ers 11] a couple of years and did not know they were coming at, ttais t.',me. Also visiting them overnight Tuesday were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gerrets, of New Orleans.. KING KOOLER Ronco Elbow 7 oz. CAN DRINKS 10 for99c MACARONI 6 for $1.00 Bath Size Wagner Breakfast 32 oz. VEL SOAP 3 for 47c ORANGE DRINK 2 for 65c Kraft 18 oz. BARBECUE SAUCE 45c RED POTATOES lb. 8c 5-84c Hunt's rOMATO PASTE Bonnie Baker 6 oz. Yellow or White CORNBREAD MIX 2-19c Parkay MARGARINE 2 lb. 69c Advanced 32 oz. SIMILAC MILK 55c Kleenex FACIAL TISSUE 3 for 99c Bonnie Baker BREAD 3 loaves 99c Bonnie Baker EVAP. MILK, tall 5-$1.00 Piggly Wiggly Unsweetened Orange Juice, 46 oz. 39c Community COFFEE, lb. 89c Argo CORN STARCH 4-$1.00 Carolina. I Rebbie Rosso. plete by October 15, Mrs. Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hammack I Homecoming representatives McCraine. league president, an- and baby of Baton Rouge vis- elected by the Junior Class are nounced this week. ited in the Wilkinson neighbor- Lord Kirk Smith and Lady All patrons of supporters of ho.od on Sunday. Brenda Daniel. WCCA are urged to give their The beauties ream the Junior information and money 1o the Woodville Chapter No. 265, Class are: Susan Smither, Bren- chairman of the month in which OES will meet on Monday, Oc- da Daniel, Billie Ann Wilcox, the wife's or mother's birthday tabor 8. The time has been Caress Simmons. falls. Chairmen for the months changed from 8 to 7:30 p.m., The Seventh Grade at WCCA are: January, Mrs. Betty Mc- as it does every yea at this elected the following as class Gra, w: February, Mrs. Mary K. ,ime. All members and visitors favorites: Lady Debbie Wheeler Golden: March. Mrs. Joan Sos- are urged to attend, and Lord Talmadge Wright. -- Mr. ,nd Mrs. W. C. Lowry haft Edna Fern Randall. Repartee. two of their daughters and their families visiting them for the day on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schrader of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray and sons, Mark and lob, and a friend, Mr. Frank, all of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Sr.. Were pleasantly su, rprised to To all Friends and Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mark Dunnam: To all of you who have meant so much to us during the five years and three months we had the pleasure of living among you. we say our heactfelt thanks, We have brought many fond have his brother. Mr. Davis memories with us to Meridian, Ward of New Orleans. come up and we hope we have left some sians; April. Mrs. Gladys Mc- Craine; May, Mrs. Bessie Wes- berry; June Mrs. Aneada Mc- Carry; July, Mrs. Bettye Stur- geon; August, Mrs. Carol Hen- derson: September, Mrs. Linda Gone Carter; October. Mrs. Maxine McGehee; November, Mrs. Myrl Calvert; nd Decem- ber, Mrs. Leona Lumpkin. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to all of the friends who were so kind during my recent illness and hospitalization. Your visits, cards, flowers and oilier expressions of concern are deep  ly appreciated and will always be remembered. My special thanks go to Ir. L. J. owens and the staff of nurses at Field Community Hospital. -- Herber Stutzman. CARD OF THANKS We 'wish to extend our sin  core thanks to all of the friends who were so kind to us follow- ing the death of our loved one, Mrs. Chester Henderson. Your - I expressions of grief through. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mac- [various touching considerations, tens of Bi.rmingham, Alabama, lthe flowers, food and visitS spent the weekend with his lwere all deeply apreclated and parents. Mr. and Mrs. August]will always be .remembered. The Henderson Family. for a visit. He was' accompa- nied by a cousin anti family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGal)hy and son, Bobby, of Kenner, La. Mrs. T. D. Me.ore, Mrs. Ed- ward Walker and Mr. and Mrs.vt A1 o nz o Sturgeon and son, Holmes, visited last weekend with Mrs. Moore's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Delian Moore, in Memphis, Tenn. They went to Oxford on Saturday for the Ole Miss- Southern football game. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Day left on Friday to visit their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Edwards, III, in Little Rock, Ark., and family members and friends in Chatta- nooga, Tenn.. and Atlanta, Ga. During their absence, Mrs. Thomas Day and daughter, Laura, and M, rs. John Day and son, Jason, of Baton Rouge are enjoying a visit here with David and William Day. WHEN YOU GET TOGETHER -- THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY SOMETHING GOOD IS IIAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. I r by H. Emerson Berryhill In 1954 some figures were re- leased on the cost of crime in New York. THese figures reveal an ingcresting comparison. When a gun-toting youth on a rampage kills a man, it costs the state about $225,000 to send him through the courts to a life term m prison. Thus, one crime is equal to the cost of a church buil2ing in hich thousands each year learn something about the sacredness of life. What is the price of decency? It is very low as compared with the price of crime. We should feel justly proud of our great accomplishments in this country. And. on the other hand. we should take a shame- ful look at the high cost of our destructive, ungodly ways of life. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: One w, rong is more costly than much that is good. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, "MISSISSIPPI C. M. Treppendahl & S0,s, !nc. i re00mc'00 STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close A Noon JmnipnuuuB The Woodville Republican , r i "! '(/,/: behind with you in Woodville. Thank y,ou again, as a town and as individuals, for your warmth, generosity and hos- pitality. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack visited last weekend in DeRid- der. La. with their son-in-law and daughter, Major and Mrs. Charles H. Fairchild and chil- dren, David, Janice and Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lazarus moved last week from Texas City, Texas, into the Massey house on Third South Street. We join their many fiends in welcoming them to our town. Mrs. Lazarus is the former Miss Barbara Walker of Woodville. Roy. and Mrs. O. B. Beverly Mr, Phayes Carter went down oo St. Francisville after church last Sunday as guests of the C. B. McCurleys, who were hosting the McCurley fam- ily reunion at a bountiful lunch served at noon from baskets brought by family members. Martens. Planters Hardware, Inc. WORLD SERIES SPECIALS! Zenith TV - Color and B&W "The Quality Goes in Before the Name Goes On" BE NO. 1 ! with Zenith AM Radios or Zenith AM/FM Radios with or without clock. Complete Stock of All Sizes Transistor Radio Batteries "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" I You can rest assured if your important papers and precmus keepsakes are inone of our safe deposit boxes. Bank vault protection against fire ore theft or prying eyes. The cost is small, Jig| the security it gives may be priceless, I I