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November 2, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville Misslssppi Friday, November 2, 1973 Mrs. D. C. Bramlette spent several days the past week in her home hexe. Mrs. W. J. Selman of Hazle- burst was a weekend guest here of Miss Leaa Stutzman. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood drove down to New Orleans for the weekend as guests of Mrs. Wood's sister, Mrs. H. L. Salaun. Mr. W. H. Catchings and Mr. Charlie Canova, Jr., attended Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Adams had .as ,house guests for the vceeked ,friends f,r, am Shreve- port, La., Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Siliman and daughter, Kelly. Miss Denise Gonsoulin, who attends MSSW, spent the week- Spending the weekend at home with'thei parents, Mr. and Mrs..W.L. Beckham, were Misses Loraine and Renee Beck- ham and their friends, Misses Ka,ren Lammons and Karen Holcourt, all students at MSCW. STUNT NIGHT PROGRAM AT WCCA NOV. 15TH A gala Stunt Night program is bsing planned fc,r Thursday, November 15, at 7:30 p.m., at the Wilkinson County Christian end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mns. "Chu, ck" Gon- soulin, and family. Mrs. E. M. Kee, Sr., and Mrs. hit paydirt from 5 yards out John C. Hewes attended home- coming festivities at Mississippi 'College in Clinton .on Saturday of last week. Miss Valerie Hewes, daughte, r of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hewes, participated in the homecoming activities as the while Jimmy Hutson plunged up the middle for 7 yards and a td after a 45-y,ard Wall run. Prestridge was 1 for 2 on points- after to boost the total to 42-0 at the end of the third period. The Rebel coach began play- celebration at Mississippi State Academy gymnasium. The event We join his many fends in is being staged under the spon- "Rose" of Delta Sigma Pi, hen- ing some of his reserves in the extending sympathy to Mr. J. A. isorship of the Pa.trons League orary businessmen's fraternity, final period, and after a fumble recovery they moved to a first Nzwell and family in the death and all proceeds will be donated Spending the weekend down at the WCCA 4. Four plays of his brother, Mr. Harvey A. to the WCCA gym fund, accord- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Sr., netted only 3 yards, and the Attending the homecoming NoWell, who passed away at ling to Mrs. Gl.adys McCraline, were their granddaughter .and Doctors Hospital in Jackson on l league president. Rambler took over on tleir Friday, Octobc,r 26, after a brief last weelend f,rom were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller t,e D,strict 1O Pharmacy meet- and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Trevil- Mrl and Mrs. Robert Skipper ing held in Natchez on Wednes- lion. of Magnolia spent Sunday in day of last week. Mr. George T. Berry under- the home of her grandparents, went surgery at Jefferson Davis Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm. Mrs. John W. Day was sched- Hospital in Natchez last week uled to enter Our Lady of the and was able to return to his Woodv'ille ' her family, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- own 1, only to give the ball back illness. Funeral services were i Mrs. McCraine called atten-lrill Martinez and three children, on a fumble ,on the next plaY. tion to the variety cf posters I Daune, Denice and Dodie. Ti]ey i David Deere then ,racked up the held on Monday wih Baldwin,advertising the event which are Funeral Home in charge, ana now on display in local show were accompanied by his par-final Rebel score and Prestridge burial was in Jackson. windows and public places. The ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Mar- added the point-after. Mrs. E. L. Tolbert left by plane league president commended tinez, and their grandson, Alden Late in the final quarter Martinez, III, all of Marrero, La. Prestridge was short on a 4'0- from Baton Rouge on Tuesday l ana tenaerea nanKs o ne Wihncr Leake returned yard field goal and the Ram- Mr. and Mrs. Delos Day of Natchez spent the day on Sun- day with her sister. Mrs. Lueflle Buckle. Mr. and Mrs. John Curry and son. Mke. of Jackon spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Curry. Mrs. Julius Carter was a mid- week visitor to her daughters. Misses D:ane and Melinda Carter ,and M.=s. Ginger Waddell, stu- dents at USM. Hattiesburg. Lake Hospital in Baton Ruge on Thursday of this week for surgery on Friday. We send best wish,es to her for a speedy recovery. M,ss Linda Carter spent the weekend in Metairie, La.. vis- iting her sisters, Miss Billie Faye Carter and Mrs. William G. Koonce: Mr. Koonee and family. They attended the Tulane- Georgia Tech football game on Saturday night. KITCHEN RANGES and HEATERS Gas and Electric RANGES by Magic Chef in a variety of sizes and colors. 20", 30", and 36" oven models in white, avacado, coppertone or harvest gold. We also stock the Chateau Range featuring two owens, electric on top and gas at bottom. Our ranges have such modern advantages as continuous cleaning oven, uniburner, clock and timer, and easy clean cook top. GAS HEATERS, connectors and fittings. TRAS BURNERS Iron Heaters and Pipe. Wo'a00yilleFurniture & Electric Co. home here on Sunday, we are of last week for Florida to spend tstudents who made the posters, i Mrs. a couple of weeks with her including Lori Campbell. Patti i home cn Wednesday of this blers put together thei,r only scoring drive of the evening. Metz, Kim McGraw, Ellen Beard, week after visiting for a couple glad to say. daughter, Mrs. Leslie E. Breed- ! susan Best, Cathy Thurston, lof weeks with relatives and Mark Curry's 40-yard run was Meg and Hugh Gillon of ing, and children, Marie, Eliza- Natchez spent the weekend beth, Kay, and Edward, at and Lee Morris. as well as to friends in and nea,r San An- the big gainer in the drive with t.heir grandparents, Mr. Orange Park. Lt. Cdr. Breeding Mrs. Eva Ulmer, art instructor tonic. Texas Mrs. James D. which moved to the LibertY 20.' and Mrs. G. L. Morris. They ha been in Iceland since Au-'at WCCA .who assisted the stu- Carter and two of her children, From the,re Jensen hit end Tom dents. ,David and Rachel. of The Plains Willis in the end zone with a were joined for the day on Sun- day by their parents, Mr. and M,:s. W. H. Gillon, III. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Felter gust and expects to serve year's duty with the Navy there befc,re returning to the States. WCCA students and teachers accompanied her home. I are now busy working ,n their Last week was National Bus-]stunts whici] they will presen RAMBLERS LOSE iness and Professional Women's on November 15th. She also a Mrs. iYcCraine said that mc her in Baton Rouge and scoring strike for WCCA's only visited his br, and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Week anti members of. the Wood- ' anrcunced that two special TO LIBERTY; TO Decker, in Gloster on Thursday ville club decided to mark he surprise acts are being planned HOST CENTREYILLE of last week, going for the jointeccasion by entertaining town!by non-,students. Continued from Page 1) birthday celeb,ration with his officials. The Mayor and Board Admission four the program will s:ster, Mrs. Louis Arnold. of Aldermen complimented be $1 for adults and 50c for stood at 29-0 at halftime. with a luncheon at Glenburnie students. Misses Toni Jones and Pam Cafe attended by a good repre- Maddox are expected for a sentation of B&PW membe,rs. weekend visit in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr. and They enjoyed a delicious lunch- con of fried catfish and all the Mr. and Mrs. Jhn B. Dawson trimmings. Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Ozrdon L. Morris motored on Wednesday of last week to Sun- shine, La., where .they were guests of Mrs Huntley Fairchild cf Manchae Plantation. They at- tended a luncheon .meeting of the Batoa Rouge Junior Book Guild as guest spe'ake,rs, pre- senting a program on Woodville, its Pilgrimage and Art Show. as guests of Mr. Enloe Kee, III, and Mr. John B. Dawson. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Turner and son Kevin, of Chesapeake, Virginia, visited his mother and .sister, Mrs. John Turner and Miss Gwyfi Turner, from Satur- day through Wednesday of this week. Mr. Theodore McCarstle and son, Theodore, Jr., went down t.o New Orleans this week to meet about fifteen of Mr. Mc- Ca.rstle's customers from Mis- Friends will be interested in the following item ,taken from ,sissippi and Louisiana for a a recent issue of the Hatties- flight to Spain. They expect to burg American: The Reverend spend about eight days there. John Ed Thomas, forme,r pastor of St. Paul's United Methdist Church in Ocean Springs, will Mr. and Mrs. E. R. "Ted" Smith were to leave New Orlean,s on Friday, Novembe,r 2, by plane for Jacksonville, Fla.. where they will join a group of Chev- rolet dealers for a flight by chartered plane to Paris and London. I|IilIIIII|IllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|I|I|IlgilI|IliilIIIII|IIIIilIIIIIltlEIIII 1 COMMUNITY COFFEE lb. Reg. 87c CHEER, Giant Size 65c TH SOAP 2 for 49c 160 count 2-89c NO. NAPKINS 3 for98c Trappey Sugar Sam YAMS, size Hunt's No. 300 Soft Weve 2 roll Whole TOMATOES 4-$1 B'room TISSUE each 33c [ t Dime Brand 14 oz. 22 ounce | COND. MILK 2 for 88c IVORY LIQUID 49c Blue Label KARO SYRUP, qt. Red Label KARO SYRUP, qt. Chunk BOLOGNA lb. 79c 69c I Net Yards Gained Passing The Rebels added two third Penalties GROUND BEEF lb. 79c 76c 3 minute, 18 oz. QUICK OATS 5 lb. box 2 for 69c Chicken BACKS $1.39 Hormel Chitterlings 5 lb. $2.99 Chef-Way SHORTENING, 3 lb. $1.19 period touchdowns, both coming Fumbles Lost Mrs. Gerow Cb,ristian left by after ustained drive. Nettles Punting plane from Jackson on Monday of this week to return to her home in Midlothian. Va.. after ' an extended visit in her home here in Woodville and with rel- atives and friends here and in nearby cities. Misses Diane and Melinda Carter, students a USM. wcre weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carter. Also isiting with the Ca:ters was Melinda's friend. Miss Macy Kate Christopher, of Butler, Alabama, who also attends MSCW. Mrs. C. R. Day and her son- in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Pierce of Jackson, were guests last weekend of Mrs. Day's br, zther and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mr,s. W. C Lowry. Also assume the pastoral duties a, visiting with the Lowrys on Parkw.ay Heights United Meth- Sunday for the day were .their odist Church (Hattiesburg) be- ginzing November 1st. The Rev. Mr. T, homa.was born in Wood- vllle and was educated in tle public schools there. He received 3is BA deg, ree from Millsaps 09lege in 1959 and Master of Dlvnity from Chandler School f Theology, Em.ry University in 1963. Prior to his duties at St. Paul's in Ocean Springs, he erved as associate minister at lrst United Methodist Church n Gulfpo,rt; was at the Satartia ?harge in Vicksburg District; nd at Gautier United Method- st Church in the Seashort Dis- trier.. by H. Emerson Berryhill An =ancient poem ,we read one ay and COlied.. down goes like this: three things there are that come not back: the arrow shot along its track; It will not' swerve, it'.will not stray, It flies to strike and wound and slay! the hasty word ,returneth not, Though quickly spoke and so.on forgot; In .many hearts it lingers still To do its w.ork for good or ill. And golden opportunity-- That. too, will not return to thee. Th.:u mayest weep and plead and yearn,' T?.ese th,ree will never more return. Although it is true that this clever verse states things that do slip away never to return, it is a wonderful fact that there is always a tomorrow. And to- msr,ro,w we can shoot another arrow--carefullyand speak a carefully chosen word, and 1,ook for another opportunity. It's wonde,rful to know that we can have second chances-- and third and fourth chances if necessary. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Prepare yourself for new chances; they are coming your way, BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray, and chil- dren and a fxiend, Mr. Frank Jones. of Natchez. Domino Pure Pork points of the night. A pass at tempt for point-after failed, and time ran out as the Ram" blers again moved downfield to the Rebel 23. I Statistics WCCA AS0 First Downs 10 23 170 455 16-6-1 11-4-2 39 55 4 2 5-45 2-32 10X SUGAR 2 for 47c SAUSAGE lb. $1.39 C.M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. ,, pp,,=:TO:OU:S :,. 7: 4:2; ='- t= :. P; m'W:2:.N: t I,::::N=::.....m. Planters Hardware, Inc. SHOP OUR STORE FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE SUCH AS-- Alpha - Arvin - Eveready Black & Decker Coming Ware- Pyrex Ware Disston - Ekco - Sunbeam Rubbermaid - Stanley True Temper- Remington - USM See our Fine Selection of Case Knives "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Prited ' ............................ Worry not about your funds being lost or stolen while you're onvacatmn or business trips. Take Travelers Checks. If they're destroyed, misphced, or get into the wrong hands, you get your money back.