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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Woodville Mississlppl Friday, November 16, 1973 ,r E.i.   1 Mr. and Mrs. C1a,rence C. I Mr. Edward J. Leake of Wil- [ [Haynes of Gloster visited Men- kinson entered Field Memorial  i:t [day with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hospital on Monday of last |"'-lml, f- ---.--lw] [Anderson and Miss Joyce An- week. We Join his many friends I . I' i  T  , " I / ders°n' fin wishing him a speedy re- i Jr] . --nL- i _l , lllll/l-j..l | M,r ' and Mrs. John Woodfin covery.  ' '-"'--- and daughter, Betsy, of San I Friends:of Mr. A. B. Stevens .... ' .................... Diego, Calif., visited Thursday] will be happy to her that he vz- aymonu mcgee oz saon | Mrs L t watt dr 0[ melon .... ' " and Friday of last week with I has received a perfect bill of Rouge :was a weekend visitor in iR°uge spent the weekend here her father, Mr. Warren White, lhealth after undergoing vascular the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dor- with her mother, Mrs. C. G. and Mrs. White. surgery three weeks ago at Ba- sey Trevtllion. McGehee, and sister, Miss Mary ' ton Rouge General Hospital. • I McGehee. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack Tuition for the fourth month I of the current school yea{r at Mrs. Alice Chambers of Tu- WCCA will be due.on and sifter nice, La., visited from Monday November 20. I through Tuesday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. :Spending Monday with the and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Sr. Tom Ford family we,re Mrs. Ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. "Clyde Leake and Mrs. James Woodard of Greensburg, Alvin Sansing of Gloster and La., her sister, Mrs. S'herrill Mrs. Clarence L. Clark of Wood- Caraway, and boys of Baton villa joined the group of needle- .luge, and two of her aunts, pointers at Cumbo's Frame Shop Mrs. Betty Harrell of Hammond, Thursday night. Chsrmin M,,s. La., and Mrs. Maggie Be!lard of Pat Lewis is the teacher who Vidor, Texas. keeps the girls "in stitches." II i L I I I i VALUES in BELTLTIN6 Qualifi/ Bedding by Sealy and Spring Air in twin, double, queen, and king sizes. Innerspring Mattresses and Box Springs in sets or open stock. Famous Sealy POSTUREPEDIC Mattresses in both twin and double sizes. Bunk & Trundle Beds. Roll-away Beds in 39" and 48" widths. Feather and Dacron Pillows in double, queen and king sizes. Contour Mattress Covers Perma Press Sheets & Pillow Cases for all size beds. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. as visitors for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Rust Sittig of Lake Charles, La. They .also visited other relatives while in the neighborhood. Coming here last weekend to oin Mr. T. B. Lee to help cele- brate his eighty-first birthday were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sessions of Carson, and Miss Susie Wayne Spillman of LSU. Miss Addle Leak of Baton Rouge visited Miss Ruby Caul- fetid in Field Memorial Hospital, Centreville, for a c, ouple of days last week and also spent Friday with he,r niece, Miss Sarah Jan- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson, Misses Debbie and Teresa An- derson, and Mr.'and Mrs. J,oe Parrott of Baton Rouge were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss J0yce Anderson. The Chritiani"Women's Fel- lowship of the Woodville Chris- tian Church will hold a Bake Sale on Saturday, November 17, from 9:30 a.m. until 12 noon on West Street next door to Whit- tington's Washateria. Mr. anct Mrs. Bonham White s.pent last weekend on the Mis- sissippi Gulf Coast and in Mo- bile, Ale. On their trip home sen. they stopped over to visit Die- Miss Essle McCraine of Zach- mend Head and report it is well ary, La., and a friend visited worth the trip'to:sea"this beau- Visiting with the Thomas Mr. Percival Beacroft and Mr. Loftins for the weekend, coming Ernesto Caldeira attended the especially to welcome his new 30th national meeting of the granddaughter, Anna Margaret, UDC in New Orleans the past was Mr. Loftin's father, Mr. week. Mr. Eea::roit was ,pre- J. W. Loftin of Gulfport. sentcd with the Jefferson Davis Medal by UDC President Gen- Mr. and Mrs. Armand Tregre oral Mrs. Arehie China Watson of Reserve, La., spent the week- an2 was guest of honor at a end with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ceepticn at the Monteleone McCarstle. Mrs. Tregre is the Hotel, which was attended by femer Miss Sheryial McCarstle about 800 guests. of Doloroso. Mrs. David Bramlette left on D;r. and Mrs. C. E. Catchings, Friday to join her mother-in- their granddaughter, Lallie law, Mrs. E. A. Geoghegan of Owens, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex New Orleans, on a flight tel Ventress and two children, Alex, Houston, Texaa, to attend the Jr., and Liz, drove up to Jack- wedding of the former's niece, son on November 3rd for the Miss Virginia Brown, of tha:t Ole Miss-LSU game and then city. on to Florida to visit Disney World, returning home the fol- M:r. Jerry Foster spent the lowing Thursday, November 8. mot weekend at National Guard Camp at Magnolia, while Mrs. An interesting visitor to Rose- Foster weekended with her par- mot last week was Mrs. Edgar ants, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Howard Farrar, III, of Temple, Peele of Gloster. Texas, whose husband is a de- Miss Joyce Anderson accom- scendant of Jefferson Davis. anied by Mrs. Win. B. Hulsey Messrs. Percival Beacroft and and Mrs. Mary Clark of Gloster Ernesto Caldeira went to her attended the Brookhaven Dis- home to see the portrait of tract meeting of United Method- Jefferson Davis's oldest brother, ist Women on Thursday evening. Joseph E. Davis, which is done in oil on board. The portrait Mrs. Carter Leak, Jr., of Baton relatives and friends in Wood-I iful place, was presented to them by Mrs. Rouge returned home on Friday Farrar, to hang once again in of last week after visiting Miss villa on Friday of last week. Visiting in the home of Mr. Rosemont when it has been Ruby Caulfeild in Field Memo- Miss McCraine is a former and Mrs. Tom Ford for the day completely restored in New :ial Hospital. Miss Caulfeild is teacher in the Woodville schools• on Sunday we,re her brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lanehart law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Orleans, hopefully in time for an aunt of Mr. Leak's. Sammy Levantine, and son, the coming Pilgrimage• Mr. and Mrs. A. M. "Putt" of the Wilkinson neighborhood Bryan, of Baton.Rouge and their Mrs. Mildred Leake joined a Randall and little son William had as guests for the weekend their son-in-law and daughter, neighbors, Mr: and Mrs. Lanry group of Mississippi Eastern Nichols. or Gautier came up for Mr. and Mrs. Troy Elem of Chambers and sons. Star members last week anti the weekend to have William Jackson, La. Mr. R. 5. Jenkins entered flew by chartered plane from baptized at St. Joseph's Catholic Mr. Bobby Graham and Miss Veterans Hospital in Jackson on Jackson to Denver. Colorado• to Church on Sunday. A reception Suzette Graham of Moscow, Monday for further tests. He attend the 34th riennial As- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ark., visited last weekend with was accompanied to Jackson by sembly of General Grand Chap- W. H. Catchings followed or their and sisters. Mrs. Jenkins and their daugh- tar held in that city from No- family members. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Chapman, ter, Mrs. Rcard Corkern, who vember 3 through 8. She gave Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jenkins of and little daughter, Jennifer, took her son for a checkup at an interesting account of her and Miss Sharon Graham. University Hospital. and by Mrs. trip and experiences while there Mrs.Kingst°nE. F.Tenn"Jenkins,andparentsMr' andof Bertha Johnston. who visited at a regula, r meeting of OES in Mr. R. J. Jenkins• and his aunt. Miss Susie Wayne Spillman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -2pillman and a student at LSU, was eceutly initiated into Alpha Epsilon Delta, interne- national premedical honor so- ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and son. David, of Biloxi a,re expected this week to visit with their paren,ts, Mr. and lS. T. J. Matthews in Centrcville and Mrs. Ray Farrar in W,ood- villa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles VoorhieS and Mr. Joseph Beau and daughter, Miss Shirley BeaU, all of New Orleans, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward, Sr., for the day on Sun- day. Mrs. James McAr, thur and children, Lucy and Jim, of De- mopolis, Ale., were weekend vis- itors to her father, Mr. Adolph W. Treppendahl, and Mrs. TreP- pendahl and other family mem- bers. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. J. E. O'Donnell were Mrs. Montrose H. Barrow and Miss Mary Ba,rrow of Houston!, Texas. The past weekend Mrs. O'Donnell also entertained her niece, Mrs. Thomas W. BlaCk- stone, of Lafayette La., and Sister Inez St. Germain of Sacred Heart Academy, Grand Coteau, La. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L0ftin of Doloroso announce, the birth of a daughter. Anna Marga.ret, their first child, at jefferson Davis Hospital on November '6. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore McCarstle of Dcloroso, and paternal grandpar" parents are Mr. J. W. Loftin of Gulfprt and Mrs. James Clark Mrs. Elizabeth Hopson and her mother. Mrs. R. B. Thor- son, Mr. Dudley Hopson, Jr.. burn. for the day. Mrs. Thor- spent .the weekend with her burn's surgery which was sched- sister, Mrs. John Murphy, and uled for Monday has been post- daughter. Miss Evelyn Marie poned to a later date, and she Murphy, of Flora. On their way remained in University Hospital home Monday they stopped over for further tests. We send best for a visit in Jackson with 'her wishes to Mr. Jenkins and Mrs. sister-in-law, M, rs. Miles Riley, Thorburn and hope. they will and family, lboth return home soon. Woodville Monday night. Mrs. Leake was honored by being appointed to serve as assistant to the registration committee and met many interesting East- ern Star delegates from all over the world. She stated that Mis- sissippi was well ,represented. having about 70 or 75 delegates from this state• They were Mrs. Charlie Jenkins. all of of Natchez. Franklinton La. visited 'here with the R. J. Jenkins family CARD OF TIIANKS on Sunday. I wish to thank my friends Mrs. Phayes Carter and Mrs. and relatives in Woodville w.hO Jimmy Gross drove down o were so very thoughtful during Metairie, La.. last Thursday to my two months hospitalization' get the former's grandchildren, Your lovely cards, gifts, flowers Joy, Scooter and Jeff Koonce. and visits were an inspiratiOS i - recognized by having ribbons who spent the weekend here to a brighter day. Most of all, iiiii pinned on them ,with the Little with them• On Sunday Mr. and your concern and prayers have • • , • :, ,  Red School House as a symbol Mrs. Carter and daughter, Miss been a great help to me in mY Ha00pl Tb00n000000lvl,g B00g]fs AI TI00,EPPENI]00FIL S recovery• May G,odblessyo u.I Of tahe origin of the Order of the Linda Carter, took them home Easte.rn Star, which took place and spent the day with Mr. and is great to be home! -- Francis in a little red school house in Mrs. Wm. G. Koonce and Miss Conner, Sr., West Chimes, BatOn Mississippi .Billie Faye Carter. Rouge. r u ..................................... ........ " These Spec oliday Prices Goo .15 th 21 ial H d Nov .Dkf'lV BRYAN Whole Ot. Blue Plate i[ Bank with us Tur0000,00l..o HAM lb. 99c Mayonnaise 89c SUPERTASTE 8-16 lb. 3'bs !i for balanced service HEN lb. 73c " Northern Ill| CRISCO $1.29 NAPKINS ]¢0ct. 29c SUPERTASTE 16-221b - , ' "  i | .,..... ,. ' i.. LeSueur EJ uelsey /UM ID. /IC PEAS, 303 2 for 69c TISSUE 2 pack 65c Armour Golden Star 10-18 lb. Trap,,oev Sugar Sam Bounty i with the strength and HEN lb. 89c 'rAMS, 21/00 2 for 89c JUMBO TOWELS 39c • . Quart Dark Label = BUTTERBALL 8-16 lb. Family Sze 11 oz.' ,.__,.,,.. ,..,.,, ,,., , .,, • • • i efficiency of a big bank HEN lb. 85c COFFEE MATE 69c ." ' ' Mrs. Smith's 1 and the understanding, Piggly Wiggly, No. 303 CONDENSED MILK PIE SHELLS 2 for 98c Dme Brand 43c JeJied or Whole , ; i informality and personal Eagle Brand 47c Towie Maraschino ' CRANBERRY 4 for 99c .,.- , Piggly Wiggly 4 oz. SYRUP 2 for 59c • exun unsweet 46 oz. concern of a small bank BLACK PEPPER 37c Del Monte ORANGE JUICE 2'79c " Whole Kernel or Cream Style SLAB BACON lb. 89c CORN 4 for$1.00 Pop Rite POPCORN lb. 2for29c LETTUCE, head 19c MINCE MEAT 9oz. 39c Treppendahl's And our particular mix of these qualities must be about right, because so many fine people call this their bank. Complete and lepo$it coop0i it an)" Ace Store before December |0, 1973 No p{JrCtlae required. Fc|im;le COUpon can be used, Fully equipped I CadilJac C0pe De VHla and fu y equ{pped Mazda Sedans will be award,d before December 25, 1973. Not 0pc, to contestants where participation I 10rohblted. Contest ueet to Fecleral, State & Local Laws and ooe, to persons ]8 years or older Prizes rl0t trantfereble, not refundable or re. | deemable n cash or cash value end awarded on nati0,al basis. I Name  | Addre  I Cty, State & Zip_ I C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. I Woodville, Miss. 39669 ........... .. ..... --o| SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS AND REGISTER IN ANY DEPARTMENT OF OUR STORE ." : : i II III