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October 19, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Mr. and Mrs. Conley Rabb of] Dr. and Mrs. F. K. Horton Baton Rouge were guests in the of Clarksdale spent the week- home of Mr. and IVLrs. Lonnie lend in the home of Mrs. E. M. Sturgeon on Monday. ]Kee, Sr. Mrs. Wilmer Leake left Tues- I The name of Miss Betty Perry day evening for an extended was inadvertently omitted from vlsit with relatives in San An- the WCCA Honor Roll for the We are glad to see Mrs. Anne Cavin able to return to work at Martens this week after be- ing out a couple of weeks due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lacry Scott spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Enis, and family and helped her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Enis, celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Massey of New Orleans visited Sunday with her pmrents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W; E:. COX has returned lCHICKEN BARBECUE OCT. 26 I home after aeveral days spent . . I in Fort Worth, Texas, visiting],, A chicken rDecue supper on I with irelatives. Her mother, Mrs. me, nign. oI 'r!aay, coer_ z,,/ Alice Parsons flew home with win oe given at ne ww lunch [ her for an 'extended visit in'room as a benefit for the acad- their .home near Lake Mary. Y' embepp, er Hiollnpcc de Mr. and Mrs Charlie Canova[g ace against the Amite Scloo and family spent the weekend, REbels of Liberty. Tickets for in Gulfport with their son-in- the supper are $2 each and are law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i now on sale. Walter Lolley, and daughter, I Cheryl. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson spent from Monday throu.h Messrs. Fred Netterville Jack ]Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Howell. Rcnnie Campbell. and lNolan Revette and daughters, tonio and San Angelo, Texas. Mlss "Chuckle" Cumbo visited last weekend in Pensacola, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mc- Coy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman and little daughter. Jennifer, spent the weekend in Natchez with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chapman, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood ac- companied their daughter; Mrs. 10th Grade In our last issue. We are sorry for this oversight. We are happy to learn that M,r. Gerald Bradley was able to leave the hospital on Saturday of last week and is at home and improving rapidly. Miss Toni Jones of Meridian, who attends Mississippi State was a weekend gues in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee Jr.. and family. Wyndel Spell, back to her-home Mrs, Cage Chisholm and Miss in Sierra Vista. 'Arizon:a, and Sharon Graham motored over to after a week's visit with her and Magnolia on Sunday to spend er husband returned home on the day with Mr. and Mrs. Friends will be interested to know that Steve Rosenblatt, stu- dent at Ole Miss Law School, has been named a member ,of the Mississippi Law Journal staff at the university. Spending the weekend with FriAav. 'ohor 19. 1073 Mr. and Mrs. Svend Treppen- dahl spent the past weekend in Jackson, having gone up espe- cially to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration! of their friends, Mr. and iVrs. Ernest Otho Allen. The Allens Coming here last weekend to join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lazarus, for their golden wedding anniversary on Satur- day were Mr. Claude Lazarus, Jr., of Jackson, Mr. John Lazarus Sam O. Leake, and attended the anniversary program at the Edwin Holt flew to Athen.s, Ga., Carlene, Kathy, and Cindy. in Miss Joyce Anderson. Wocdville Baptist Church. in the Netterville plane on Sat- Feet Walton Beach. Fla. En urday of last week to attend route they visited Mrs. Vera Lee the Ole Mia'.s-Auburn football and Miss Any Jo Lee in Gulfport game. . and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tre- villion and family in Gautier. Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Flowers I attended the annual picnic given  Mrs. Bernice Geter of Natchez for retired empl0yees of Stand-Icame down to spend the day ard Oil Company and their on Sunday with her sister. M, rs. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. families on Saturday, October 13, Rita Johnson. and in the after- John C. Hewes, and family were I at Father Colbert's camp near ]noon they visited in the Wilkin- theist daughters, Miss Valerie Greenwell Sprin,ga, La. Isn neighborhood with their brother and sister-in-law. Mr. Hewes of Mississippi College and Dr. and Mrs. Dan Reneau and and Mrs. Elliott Leake. and Mrs. Bruce Lewis, and Mr. LeWis, two children, Dan'Lynn and I daug,hter. Susan. Also visiting of Ole Mis. John Daniel, of. tuston. La., with the Leakes for the day on were complimented with a de- of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr. lightful reception at the Jack- Jerry Lazarus of Baton Rouge. on Country Club by their sons They joined their brother-in  law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday afternoon. E P. Bray, to celebrate the Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson occasion. and Misses Dabble and Teresa! Andersen of Baton Rouge v,isited' Weekend guests in the home here Sunday afternoon with Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Sample White- and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and head included Mr. and Mrs. i David Sheppard and children of Laurel, Mr. and Mrs. Franl Warrnach of Laurel. and Mr. BIRTHS land Mrs. Carl Roberts and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Plitt of tl dren of Ridgeland. Jackson announce the birth ell Mrs. Dan Williams and daugh  their first child, a son, Matthcv, tar. Miss Betty Williams, and C: ,ristian. on October 13. Grand- Mrs. Henry Hackney of Hurtles- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl burg visited Mrs. E. L. Robbins, Plitt of Wcodville and Mr. and Miss Lena Stutzman, and M,rs. Mrs. Drew Smith of Prattville, Olivia Stuzman here last sun: Alabama. day. Me. and Mrs. Albin M. Randall, Jr.. of Gautier are welcoming a CARD OF THANKS son. William Nicholas. born on October 7th. Mr. Randall is the We wish to express our sin  Sunday, October 14: Robert Skipper. "Brighten Up That Corner" With ACCESSORIES for the Home Recliners and Rock- I a-Loungers in Naugahyde or fabric. I Occasional Chairs in Wing & Italian & French Provincial. Rockers by Tell City Mirrors, Love Seats, Book Cases, Area Rug Table, Floor and Vanity Lamps. Coffee, Step, Hostess, Commode and Hexagon End Tables. See our new Walkaway Recliners--require just 3 inch clearance from Wall. 00oocl00ille Furniture & Electric Co. 00,,ooo sAVINfi00] Family Pack HAMBURGER 99c Chuck ROAST lb. 69c Chuck Steak lb. 85c Seven Roast lb. 89c Shoulder Roast lb. 95c Whole 13-17 lb. for freezer PORK LOIN lb. $1.03 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings pJnt with lSunday were Mrs. Louis Leake sJn of Mrs. W. H. Catchings of core thanks to all of our friendS. returned home on Wednesday his parerts, Mr. ant Mrs. Dan and lVr. and Mrs. E. M Carter Woodville. who were so kind o us follo of last week after a delightful Reneau/ : " of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Red- ing the death of our loved one, trip to Richmond, Va., where I ,. I they were guests of the A. H.I Mr. Elwyn McCaine. who ; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack underwerit. stre5, ln Baton'attended the wedding of their Robbins Company. I Rouge General I:Ioapal a short iniece, Miss Carol Add Smith, to Mrs. William G. Koonce and/time :ago w as..,.abt  "o return Mr. Frank Selman on Saturday, children of Metairie, La., came [,home on,'-Wednesda7 of last October 13. at Fairhope, Aid. up last weekend to visit heriweek. We .join his many abhor After the wedding the Ham- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phayesfriends in.wishing him a cam- mucks drove on to Pensacola, Carter, and family as Mr. Koonce plate recovery soon. Fla., to spend the remainder of had to spend another weekend the weekend with their son-in- on Navy duty. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Randall law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and children, Kathy, Jim, and David Scherbarth and children. Edna Farri, and Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Scherbarth and c,hildren Reed of Pinckneyville went returned home with them for a down to' Gautier tb spend the week's visit. weekend with Mr.'"'! and Mrs. Albin M. . Randall, ', Jr., and to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Butler and welcome the arrival of their family of Oklahoma City. Okla., little son. Visiting during the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. "Buck" McKey and family were Mr. and Mrs. Leman Gandy and children, Linda, Lois. Jrry, and Leslie, of Biloxi and' Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bounds and children, Nicole, Vi,slting with their families for the weekend fr,0m Southwes Junior College were Misses Linda White, Frances Whetstone and Cornelia Cumbo. Miss Catherine Whetstone of MSCW also spent the weekend at home. Mr. Walden Summers entered Methodist ,Hospital in Houston, Texas, on Tuesday of this week for tests, having been sent there by his doctor in Natchez. We wish for him a speedy and corn.- plate recovery. Heath, and Ward. of Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Svend Treppen. They came especially to attend dahl drove over to Meridian on the anniversary at the Baptist Wednesday of this week to a Church. tend funeral services for Mr. Robert H. Crook. a longtime Mr. and Mrs. Larry Flowers, auditor and accountant "who was J:r., and iVr. ,nd Mrs. Larry l a visitor here in Flowers. ad daughter, all frequent yea,rs III,. ',past. of New Orleans, spent the week- 32 oz. Bottles (plus deposit) COKE 6 for 98c Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 3 for 99c Del Monte Whole Kernel or Cream Sty.!e CORN 4 for 94c Armour 12 oz. FRANKS, pkg. 89c Del Monte SWEET PEAS Bryan Sliced BACON, lb. $1.19 Carnation MILK, tall 2-79c 4 for 97c GALA TOWELS 4 for 94c 2-79c Texann Pink 46 oz. Grapefruit Juice $1.39 TIDE, king size Shasta 55c DiET DRINK 10 for 99c Giant Kraft Prepared 2-59c MUSTARD 25 oz. 39c IVORY LIQUID Maraschino 8 oz. CHERRY SYRUP end with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Flowers in the Wilkinson nmgh:- borhood. JOining them on Sun- I day to have cake and birthday 4ce cream' with their mother were Mrs. 'Mary F. Carter, Mrs. Ruth Carter, and "Mrs. Milton D'Aquila and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Smith. Visiting over the weekend with Mrs. Pete Dooley and son, Mr. Clarence Dooley, were Mr. Claude D0oIey of Morgan City, La., Mrs. vea Bell'Hulsey of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Juanita MeMillin of'Bitoxi .hd her two sons who ..attend LSU/Mr. Danny McMillin, "'Mrs. Mc'Millin and daughter, iflcl Mr. gharles Mc- Millin and: son. Als6'visiting in he Dooley.home on Monday of this week was her grandson of Itica, Mr. Pete Dooley. .JI -- by H. Emerson' Berryhill 'l Here's an interesting thought z.hlch we would do well to ponder: When an engineer plans a building, he does not p;rovide merely for normal stresses; he multiplies his estimates of prob- able strains by three, six or even twenty, to make the structure safe no matter what happens. The ree,rves are important! Our reserves as humans are important, too, and always amazing! Whether it is spiritual strength, or physical strength, we were all made to meet and master strains. We are designed to face life. and any ,situation life creates, undismayed. When we see sorrow or some other great crises facing us, it is well fo' us to remember that Ood esigned us and He will never put me,re on us than we | can beaT. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Reacrve of strength, both physical",nd spirltual, lie hid- den withfl us. IRRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODvlLLE, MISSISSIPPI C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon head, Jr., of New Orleans are James Wilman Jeter. Your many welcoming a son. Stewart Cucry, expressions of sympat,hy, the born on September 12th. Mr. and flowers, cards and visits wiit Mrs. Redhead are both Woodville always be remembered. The. natives.. Jeter Family. Planters Hardware, inc. SPECIAL! Benjamin Moore SANI-FLAT Oil Base Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vines and family of Pensacola. Fla.. M,rs. Charle Weeks and family of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Reed and family of Natchez and Mrs. George Matthews and fam- ily of Burns, La., all visited their mother Mrs. Orilla Carter. for the weekend and with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wesberry and family. They were oined on Sunday by three of her ,ns and thei,r families, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carter and children, Mr. nd Mrs. A. D. Carter and chil- ran and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Carter. INTERIOR-PAINT Reg. Gallon $6.49 Quart $1.98 Wide Choice of Colors -- Shop now and save while stocks are complete. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" Special $4.98 $1.35 This bank's experience and facilities may be just the prescription you need to help cure your financial ailments. No miracle medicines. Just sound business counsel and a helping hand in the crises, II