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October 26, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville Mississippi Friday, October 26, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Ernle Davis have I Mr. and Mrs. D. C Devening recently moved frem WoodvilleL and children of Natchez spent to Natchez, where he is now the weeknd with her parents, employed. I Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Catchings, I and other family members. Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm I spent the day Sunday visiting I. Mr. and Mrs. D,elton Moore Patrons of WCCA are re- minded this week that third month tuition is due on and after October 20. Visiting in the home of the Fred Nettervilles is her grand- mother. Mrs. May Belle Holt, of Wynne. Arkansas. Spending the past weekend at home from MSCW we,re Misses Judy Hammock, Laverne Mc- Graw and Vonnie Netterville. Mrs. Hugo Stoneberg ,of Be- BARBECUE AT WCCA ON FRIDAY NIGIlT The board of directors of Wilkinson County Christian Academy will give a chicken barbecue supper at the academy lunch room on Friday ,of this week starting at 5:30 p.m Bar- becued chicken plat:es with dessert will be on sale from 5:39 to 7 p.m. at a cost of $2 each. Miss Renee Jensen, wh:o at- NEEDLEPOINT CLASSES tends the University of South- ern Mississippi, spent the week- end as guest in the home of Supreme Court Judge Stokes Robertson and family of Jack- son. Mr. and Mrs. Maon Lessley returned home last week after an extended visit with their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Le,ssley, Jr.. and Patrons and friends of WCCA are invited to come out and f, amily of Memphis. Tenn. have supper on the campus I Mrs. Elise B. Catchings and p,rior to the Homecoming fes-]h,er brother-in-law and ,ister. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles seal and Mr. and Mrs. James MorXis TO BE IIELD IIERE l of Baton Rouge spent a few On Tuesday night, October 30, I days last week touring points of at 7 p.m., all ladies who have', interest in Murray, Kentucky, indicated that they want to i and Nashville, Tennessee. I attend the needlepoint classes] Spending the weekend with to be taught by Mrs. Patrick.their brother-in-law and sister, Lewis a Cumbc's Frame Shop Mr and Mrs. Tom Ford, and will meet at the stlop and be. family were Mr. and Mrs. prepared to register for the ] Sammy Levantine and sons, lessons. IBarry and Bryan, of Baton So many "fingcrstabbers" have Rouge. asked to join the group that Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Redhead, there probably will be two ses-' th'eir son-in-law and daughter, land Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ray ,ton Rouge spent several days sions to .be decided upon at this Jr.. and son of New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ruiz, of of Memphis visited the past last week visiting in the home tivities which begin at 6:30 p.m. ,Major and Mrs. Edward C. /p- time. spent the weekend in Woodville, ventress,. La. I weekend with M,r. Moore's moth- of Miss Mary Scott. and the Rambler- AmRe Sch, ool person, of New Orleans. are le:mmg especially for the dedica- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan ,and er, Mrs. T. D. Moore Rebel football game at 7:30 p.m. spending this week at Hopehi,li, tion of memorial lamps in children $pent the weekend with Mrs. Anne Davis of Natchez Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hedges Mrs. Catchings' home at Turn- Mr. and Mrs. Wordy L. Daniels memory of his father at St, of Mcxrero. La.. spent the past her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ispent Saturday and Sunday with weekend with her parents, Mr. A delightful reunion was en- bull and children Clint and Peggy, Paul's Church Sunday. of Raymond and Mrs. Ruby Lee MDrgan, Sr.. and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosso and and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Sr. i joyed last weekend at the home Mx. J. C. Leake. Jr., of San Jones of Jackson, La.. spent the We are happy to learn that ill Port Gibson. I fatally, of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones Francisco Calif.. is spending weekend with their mother, Mrs. Mrs. Peggy Swango was able to We a,re sorry to learn that when some sixty family mem- this week with his'parents, Mr. Marie Daniels, and other family leave Jefferson Davis Iaspital Mr. and Mrs. Richard Corkern I We are happy to learn that Mrs. Odile Wood was admitted bers gathe,red here for the and Mrs. Joe C. Leake. The Rev. members, on Thursday of last week after arid children and Miss Cyrena Mrs. Brandon Inman was able ta Field Memorial Hospital on Sesquicentennial Celebration a and Mrs. Allen Balliet and chil- eye su,rgery. She is with her Jo Jenkins spent the weekend to return home on Sunday after Tuesday of this week and hope St. Paul',s Episcopal Church. dren of Laurel are expected to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Robinson, sen-in-law and daughter, Mr. vlsitlng family membe,rs in hav':ng undergone surgery at for her a speedy recovery. Those present for a happy gath- them for the weekend Jr.. and sons. Barney and John and Mrs. H. C. Ford, for a week Frankllnton, La. Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. Spending the weekend with ering at. the old family home Green. of Jack,son and Mr. audio r so while convalescing. Mrs: Anne Durham visited her Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie on Saturday included the fol- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman Mrs. Carl M. T, reppendahl. III , fabher, Mr. Frank Smith, and chilfren. Alita Anne and Joey, Moore, were Mrs. Melvin Hester lowing: The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. and infant daughter. Jennifer. and daughter. Christine. of] other fam:ly members in Me- of Baton Rouge spent the day and,son, Matt Cage, of Basile, Glrault M Jones, Sewanee. Mas She.ran Graham. and Dave Natchez spent the weekend here Comb and Bogue Chitto last on Sunday with her parents, La. Tenn.: Mrs. Bettie Engle and Carter of Baton Rouge spent with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. [ CARD OF THANKS Jennifer, Ka0xvllle Tenn.: the the weekend in Moscow. Ark.. Carl M. Treppendahl. Jr., at I wish to thank friends and weekend. [Mr. and Mrs. W. C Lowry. [ Mr. and Mrs. Denzi] Hender- Rev. and Mrs. Cecil B. Jones. with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Graham Elsinore. coming especially to relatives, of Woodvillc. Centre- son and daughters. Ka,ren and Meridian; the Rev. and Mrs. W. and family, attend the party given by their ville and Gloster for their flow- BEDROOM FURNITURE Becky, of Jena. La.. spent the IPipes Jones. Sikerton. Me.; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jenkins and parents in honor of their cousin ers. ca.rds and visits while I ,weekend here with his brother and Mrs. A. H. Jones, Vicksburg; daughter, Mrs. W. C. Menser. Mr. Wettlin Treppenda'hl. and was hospitalized in Baton Rouge and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones and spent the day on Sunday visit- also to attend the 150th anni- General at Greenwell Springs. Ed Henderson and family Dawn, McComb; the Rev. and ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. versa,ry celebration at St. Paul's W. L. Neyland, Route 1, Centre- Mxs. Cecil Brandt Jones and We are very sorry to learn iKathy and Cecil, Jr., Jackson; E. F. Jenkins, and family of Epi=copal Church. trifle .  that Mrs. Mattie Carter i.s ill Mr. and Mrs. C. Nevin Jones. Franklinton. La. ,r 'J and hospitalized in Field Me-Oxford;Mr. andMrs. JoeParis. We aresorrytolearnthatMr. PI0nters Hardware, In mo, rial and join her host of Pensacola, Fla.; Mrs. Howard W. A Broek's mc, th,er. Mrs. friends in wishing for her an McCorkle. Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. Wilna Brock of Thomastown. is early and cmplete recovery. Hugh B. J=nes, Sr., Palos Ve,rdes ill in Baptist Hospital in Jack- Mr. andMrs. W.H. Catchings Estates, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. son andhope she will s,onbe Get More For Less! spent the weekend in Gautier. Hugh B. Jones, Jr., Sewanee, completely recovered. La., with Mr. and Mrs. Albin M Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Me- Mr. Wayne McCarstle of Nor- Randall and son. William Nlch- ISaniels and Carol Ann, Baton I olas, going especially to greet Rouge: Mrs. Leota ,Robinson, folk, Va., visited his parents, Mr. Benjamin Moore SANI-FLAT Oil Base  their new grands,n. Centreville; Miss Mary Stuart and Mrs. Mac McCarstle. for the weekend, having come to get INTERIOR -PAINT Jones. Woodville; Mrs. Gerow his children. Richard and D-'s- Mrs. Walden Summers left by, Midlothian, Vs.; Mr. s:ra. who have been staying plane from Baton Rouge Tues- and Mrs. Windsor P. Thomas. with their grandparents until by Consolidated, Dixie, Singer, and Young-Hinkle day of this week to be with hey Alexandria, La.; Mr. and Mrs. the family c;uld get settled in Reg. Special husband, who is to undergo Thad Jones, Hollandale: Mr. and Norfolk. in Traditional, Mediterranean, Italian, and French Provincial, surgery at Methodist H.ospital in Mrs. Henry Jones, FlJrence, $4 98 finished in parchment and gold, oak, fruitwood, or maple. Houston, Texas. We join his A,la.; Mr. and Mrs. l,rancis M. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Anderson Gallon $6.49 . many friends in wishing him a Degges, Baton Rouge; Mr. and honored their daughter, Mrs. Suites or open stock. Choose from 4 drawer, 5 drawer, or speedy, complete recovery. Mrs. Lucien B. Jones and Ben Jerry Heirtzler, on he,r birthday Quart $1.98 $1 35 armoir chests. Mr and Mrs. Clyde Wo,od had Shaifer and Frances. Monroe- cn Sunday, October 21. Cming as weekend guests the Rev. and ville, Ala,; Mr. and Mrs. Windsor with her for this occasion to Plain and cushioned rockers 'by Tell City. Vanity Lamps. Mrs. W. D. Kellner and ,childrer, W. Jone and Weiler and Wende. help celebrate her birthday Wide Choice of Colors -- Shop now and Feather and C'acron pillows. Spreads with matching drapes. Bill and Deborah, of Lafayette, Jackson; the Rev. and Mrs. S. were her husband and their two La. The R,ev. Mr. Kellner was Ross Jones and Sift, Lewis and daughters, Liz and Lynn. and save while stocks are complete. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Kathleen, Tallahassee, Fla.; Mr. he,r mother-in-law, Mrs. Mottle Church here from 1961 through and Mrs."Olxault . 3one and B. Heirtzler. The Heirtzlers live "Qua|ity Merchandise Reasonably Priced': }t.:A Girault, Jr., and Elizabeth, Gl'e- at Ethel. La. - 1963. nada. - ...... III --" iallaHiallaalaliHanialilimnaaniallaUmIMnimniilgnR Little Miss Mon.a Lynn Whit- : aker, daughter, of the Rev. and Mrs. Warren Whitaker, eele-  brated her third birthday with , ,,, a prty at the 'home of her grand.parenets, Mr: and Mrs. r, lildl)ll01111$1! IH QII00I flY! w V. Carter. The sixteen guests for the occasion were given  party fav,rs of' hats, toys, yo- yes, and blow-up serpents. Re- freshments included birthday Pride or Illinois, No. 303 oake, Koolaid, ice cream and Cream Style or Whole Kernel cookies. Mrs. Betty Cumbo and family C000N 5 $1 00 had a distinguished guest for the weekend, Mrs. Margaret Otis Gooch of New Orleans who Some folks are lueky. ]s the great-granddaughter oi' King Kooler Can Flay-O-Rite Low Fat James Angel Fox. the first Drinks 10 for 99 MILK gel $1 25 rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church She was here to attend the Sesquicentennial Celebr,a- Othelys achieve tion at St. Paul's. C]orox Maxwell House  fiL'N l ill[l,y e4deJLee BLEACH V2 gal. 39c Drip, Reg. or Fine Grind ! ! de.p COFFEE lb. $1.05 by w00se and Stokley PEAS 1 gal, $1.19 Bonnie Baker regulate_ saving. BREAD 24 oz. 3 for 99c by H. Emerson Berryhill Scotties Facial "Few 00oo00oo We help both kinds TISSUE 3 for 89c Eatweil Grated Light have what they want, and few want what they have." TUNA '/2 size 39c These words sum up mankind as well as any we have ever Northern Bathroom heard. Tissue, 4 roll 2 for 97c Bryan zt's human nature to feel our own little world is actually FRANKS 12 oz. 79c bound by ;pmson walls. Within these wall,s we must spend our 16 oz. ays, spend them happily or Our complete service on money resentfully. We gain our vic- matters makes sure you get maximum COFFEE MATE 93c s lb. Box tories not by assaulting these CHICKEN BACKS $1.39 walls, but by accepting them. benefits from your luckor ability. We improve ,cur lot by looking Pet at life this way: However un- controllable our past. however EVAP. MILK 4 for 94c ROUND STEAK lb. $1.19 disappointing our present, our future can be what we choose to make it. We may seem at times to be 12 inch, 75 feet Boneless, Tenderized the prisoners of fate, while we REYNOLD'S WRAP 69c ROUND STEAK lb. $1.29 can actually its master. 00t's ell a matter of attitude. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: The mastery of life is STEP SAVER 16 oz. 59c RUMP ROAST lb. $1.19 justs simple adjustment within ourselves. C. M. Treppend0hl & Sons, inc. FUNERALB}RR;HILLHoME I STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon 'tloh 888-5871 l WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI