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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville Mississippi Friday, November 9, 1973, k '-""" ' ----- --,L--:] Mi.SS Chuckle Cumbo met a Mrs. D A..Johnson left on UP TO DATE preciatod all the compliments STUNT NITE PROGRAM [ -- I --" I, group cf friends from J.ackson Tuesday of 'this week to visit they received. [- ,nr- ----=-%_ $1a$..r-'lI for a weekend visit in Hatties- for a few das with her sister, WITH WCCA The Woodville Poe Woes beat AT WCCA NOV. 15TH burg to attend homecoming at Mrs. Bernice Geter, in Natchez. the New Roads Poe Woes 8-'0 Local residents are reminded USM. We are all very happy about there Tuesday night. The only of the Stunt Night program Mr. and Mrs. Raym3nd Brad- our victory over the Centreville score of the game came when which will be held on ThursdaY Mr. and Mr,s. Jennings Me- ley and family have recently Tige.r.s, on," arch rivals, Friday Bud Herrington tossed a pass night of next week, November Curley spent Friday through moved from Car.son, Calif., into night, since we haven't beaten to West Dawson. PAT was no 15, at 7:30 p.m. The program will Saturday attending a leader's the Emily Geter home on High- them in several years. We're good. When New Roads was be presented in the WilkinSon Mr. Mike Bunch and a friend mocking of National Life and Iway 61 North and their chin hoping for another vicbory inl forced to .punt in their end zone, County Christian Academy gym- of Yidalia, La., spent the week- Accident Insurance Company. dren have enrolled at WCCA. the playoffs with Walthall this Robby Wesberry tackled the nasium under the sponsorship of end with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. Bunch. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Haynes of Headmaster Glen R. Whet- Friday. punter for a safety. Woodville the Patrons League, and .pro- OlDster spent the day on Man- stone, Jr., announced this week Rambler spirit was shown ]will play the Clinton Poe Woes coeds will go to the gym .fund, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ham- day with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. that all classes at WCCA will Thursday night at the pep I on November 8 at Cenhrevillelaccording to Mrs. Gladys Me" mack and two children of Bran- Anderson and daughter, Miss be dismissed one period early rally. A Centreville dummy was I Acadcmy Field .for the cham- Craine, league president. don spent the past weekend Joyce Anderson. ,=n Friday of this week, Novem- thrown into a huge bonfire pionship. with his mther, Mrs. Ellis bet 9. Parents may thus pick and much cheering was done. The cheerleaders are sponsor- I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayronne Hammock. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habig's up their children at 1:55 p.m. Everyone enjoyed the aymb31ic ing a turkey drawing. Tickets Io f New Orleans visited for the Miss Joyce Anderson joined children, Ken and Laney, spent that day. destcuction of the Tigers. are fifty cents each. and the Iweekend in the h,ome of her her aunt, Mrs. Dolly Haynes of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Me- the weekend in Magnolia with In appreciation for her dedi- drawing will be on November 20. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gloster for a visit with friends Craine visited for the day on their granparents, Mr..and M, rs. Mr. Wettlin Treppendahl re- cation and hard work. Mrs. Geri Tickets may be obtained f, rom Lowry. in Jack:son the past Saturday. Saturday with his brother-in- Quinten Sewart. turned Tuesday from Owensboro. Foster was given a bouquet of any WCCA cheerleader. law and sister, r. and Mrs. Mrs Ann Durham pent the Lessley Flowers. in Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Smith Kentucky, where he was a guest roses by the Ramblerettes at CARD OF TItANKS in the home of Mr. and Mrs. halftime last Friday night. We Mr. and Mrs. Carl M Trep- weekend with her father. Mr. and children of Atlanta. Texas, j. T. Fortson. having gone es- re all very proud of the Ram- pendahl, Jr.. spen the weekend We wish to take this medium F, rank Smith .of Bogue Chitto. Mrs. Mac Best went down to visited here the past weekencl pecially for a pro-nuptial party blerettes. They've done a lot o in Jackson with their son-in- to express our sincere thanks to and hm! brother and sister-in- New Orleans last weekend to with her mother Mrs. Ima Monday mght.honoring him and promote school spirit. Many law and daughter. Mr. and iVLrs, all of our friends and relatives law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, get her mother. M,rs. Ella Escaig. Cunningham. his fiancee. Miss Sally Fortson. thanks go to the Ramblerettes E. B. Robinson. Jr.. and sons. who were so kind to us at the Jr., of McComb. who is visiting with them here for a while. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and to Mrs. Foster. Barney and John Green. They death of our loved one. Chester Friends of Mr. Waldon Sum- went down to Baton Rouge on Mr. and Mrs. Roy MeG,raw Senior portraits were made also attended the LSU-ale Miss Cavin. A special thanks to all mere will be happy to learn that Dickie Smithe{'. who attends Saturcay to spend the day with their daughter. Jena. and Mrs. Friday. The l.roofs should be football game who brought food and floral he has returned home folio'wing Mississippi State. spent the their son and daughter-in-law, Joe Maher, Mrs. McGraw's received in about three weeks, offerings; also to Roy. M. 1! surgery at Methodist Hospital in weekend at home with his par- Mr and Mrs. Dave Anderson, mother, all of Denham Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MoO]retie Causey and Rev. Stanley La n" Houston Texas, and is lmprov- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smither, and family. La. spent the day Sunday with The annual staff is very busy. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers McGraw Everyone is working hard to get and her mother. Mrs. Olivia drum, and Newman Farters! ins steadily, and family. The following students from ,and family and visited with ready for the next shipment. Scott of DolJroso, spent the day Home. Every word. card an on Sunday with their son and thought will always be remora: MSW spent the weekend at other family members in this Annuals are still on sale for five FLOOR COVERING home with their families, Misses their former hometown, dolla,rs. Contact Rebbe RaseD, daughter-in-law. M,r. and Mrs. bored. At a time like this, I Lvraine and Renee Beckham, Rhonda Ford. or Charlie Ran- Clifton McCarstle, and children helps to lighten our sorrows., of N,atchez. The Clifton Me- May God's richest blessings be  !i---i  $ml*':,'  ..............  Vonnie Netterville. Melanie Tre- Mrs. R. B. Thorburn expects dall if you wan one. ,.,..,. ' .............. The Halloween Carnival last Carstles honored Mrs. McCarstle upon each one of you. Again we .... , ,.:... .. s ./ to enter Uniersity .Hospital in L?Zv '.] villion and LaVerne MeG,raw. with a birthday celebration on say thank you.-- Mrs. CheSter IN2',   Jackson this weekmd for sur- Wednesday night was a big suc- "-  "::: Spending the past weekend gory next Monday morning. We cess. The annual staff and the this occasion. Cavin and children  . ::i with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. White join her many friends in wish- Y-Teens sponsored it. Pony  I II ...... ::! ..... and familywereherbrotl]erand ins hera speedy, completer e_ rides, football throw, dart bal- Planters Hardware, inc family, Mr. and Mrs. E L. Card covery. Sloe.. will be accompanied loons, and apple dunking were and daughter, Debbie, of Green- to the hospital by her grands,n ome of the activities at the ville, and his wife, 1Vr. and Mrs. carnival. The Hor,ror Huse /: .  Gerald E. Johnston, and her seemed o be the favorite. r  .. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rowe had ' COLD WEATHER NEEDS as guests for the past weekend daughter, Mrs. Bertha Johnston, Miss Cavin's third grade pro- , .; which was' spent at the,r camp who will remain with her. sented their program in. the gymnatorium on Wednesday, ......... ,: !,! ". on Lake Mary her brothers and October 31. to the entire school Safety Gas Heaters .... . sister-in-law. Mr. Arn.old BrusH CARD OF THANKS and their parents. It was an ex- by Hearthglo, Atlanta & King Cool . 'i::': cf Oklahoma City, Okla., and '  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brush of I wish to take this means to perience they very much on- in wide choice of sizes Cent,reville, and Mrs. BrusH's thank all of the friends who joyed. After leading the ]seem- Armstrong Quakertone in 6, 9, and 12 ft. widths, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. vere so kind to me during bly in the National Anthem and Andirons - Fire Screens - Fire Sets Decolon and Accotone in 12 ft. widths. Also Decolon Rugs and Mrs. Eddie Knoblauch of my recent hospitalization. Your pledges to the United States Houston, Texas. many words and deeds of and Mississippi flags, they led Cast Iron Wood Cook Stoves in 9x12, 12x12 and, 12x15. friendship and concern have in a devotional around the Mrs. Warren Wood honored meant a great deal to me and theme "Using Time Wisely," and Heaters Hanover Oval Braid in many sizes and colors, her husband with a birthday I will ever be grateful to each consisting of some lessons to be learned from the clock besides Electric Heaters Area Rugs by Burlington House, oval and rectangular, dinner on Sunday with tile fol- of you. Special thanks for your telling time. a responsive read- lowing guests presen fr the flowers, ca,rds, visits and prayers Weather Stripping -- Window Glass in 100% nylon .pile and Kodel III. occasion: Mr. and Mrs. Richard and to the doctors and nurses lng 5ram Ecclesiastes 3. and Carpeting by Trinity in many colors. Tomlinson and family of Wilson, of Field Memorial Community several songs. They closed with La., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Curry Hospital.--Oerald D. Bradley sharing some Halloween fun in Stove Pioe & Elbows Bedspreads in all sizes with Matching draperies, and family of Woodvllle. both song, giving a choral reading, being daughters of Mr. Wood. forming the word "Halloween" All Sizes Heater Connectors & Fittings Woodvilie Furniture & Electric Co. and his siste,r and her husbana, BIRTHS with letters on Jack-o'-lanterns,  I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Womack. and presenting "Hallo,Teen in "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" ' "'''*  of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs, John T. Turner. Mother Goose Land." They ap- Jr., of Hous0n ' Texhs, announce nBmiilnuiBnBnnilugniuniignminnimnluugindnnnii InnullunnunnuamiimmmumnulnRul the ,birth of a son, John Thomas, III. their second child, on No- PRiC00S vember 3 at Memorial Baptist Hospital there. Maternal grand- mother is Mrs. Alma Denstel, and paternal grandmother is Mrs. John T. Turner, beth of Woodvllle. w nounce the birth of a daughter, Prankie Irene, their third child and first daughter, on Novem- ber 5 at Jeffe.rson Davis Has- Sweet 16 (Quarters) pital in Natchez. Maternal 0L000 3 {or $1 00 grandmother: is .Mrs. Elywn Carter and paternal grand- mother is Mcs. W. C. Reed, both of Woodvitle. Shasta Whole Jet-age taxes make it DIET DRINK 10cans 99c F00YERS, lb. 43c : a highly profitable practice ,el'man  to keep an acceptable MAYONNAISE, qt. 99c Del Monte Tropical Fruit SALAD 1'/2 Size 39c b H. Emerson Berryh'ill record of every None Such "A narrow window may let in deductible expense MINCE MEAT, 9 oz. 39c StaLely light. P00AS, gallon $1.19 A tinYnight,Slmr dispel th gloom of Pay onlyby check A little deed an ancient wrong U Royal set right." GELATIN 3 for 27c Sugar Sam For most of us great earth- shaking achievements will never YAMS, No. 21/2 2for 89c be ours. Very likely we will never be known for our accom- plishments, nor will we be known as failures. We simply never Chef-Way Ronco Elbow 8 oz. achieve recognition. But, the most successful of When you have ancelled checks for OiL, 48 oz. $1.23 MACARONI 6 for $1.00 all people are those who have deductible items at tax-return time, accomplished good quietly in the of life performed they won't be overlooked. little tasks Steakhouse Briquets Sliced year after year. When a pc,rson gives his best to troubled neigh- CHARCOAL 5 lb. 39c SLAB BACON lb. 99c bars and friends and through these efforts helps them cope with their problems, he has found success. Bonnie Baker Skinnless, Sliced Who can tell how many people BREAD, 24 oz. 3 for 99c CALF LIVER lb. 89c see a ti.00 star. can we determine the good that comes from a single unselfish deed? OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- Chef-Way 3 lb. can Process for Freezer--Whole eza: "one laok. and there may e an end to strife; one smile, SHORTENING $1.09 PORK LOINS lb. 99c tnd hate may sheathe he,r cruel cnife." C. M Treppendahl & Sons, inc. BERRYHILL " FUNERAL HOME STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Pho.o 88B-5871 iiBnBnmnnmNnHmmnnnnmnnmBBBmm| WOOLLg,' MISSISSIPPI ,i! % Thi:rty-six members of The Wocdvillians went to Jackson by chartered bus for the ale Miss- LSU football game. Mr. Emil Hab:g of New Or- leans spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Habig.