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November 23, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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November 23, 1973

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Page 8 The Woodville Miss Mary Scott visited in the home of Mrs. Hugo Stoneberg in Baton Rouge for the week- end. :Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss J0yce Anderson attended the P:ne Hills Academy Bazaar in Gloster on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franken- b'$rger plan to spend Thanks- g',vlng with friends in Florence, Alabama. James Herrington and David Qay were among those from Wbodville who attended the Ole Miss - Tennessee football game ii JacksOn Saturday. Visiting for the weekend in the h(}me of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee, ,T., were Miss Frances Pace and 1. Gregory Pletsche of Baton lbuge and Miss Toni Jones of eridan, who attends Missis- .lppl State. Miss "Chuckle" Cumbo joined a group of friends for a week- end visit to New Orleans. Mrs. Ann Durham spent the past weekend visiting with her father, Mr. Frank Smith, of Bogue Chitto. Mr. Clarence C. Haynes of Gloster visited Thursday after- noon witt] Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss Joyce Ander- son. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ham- mack and children of Brandon spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ellis Hammaek at Wilkinson. Mr. John Reeves of Huntsville Ala., is expected here for a Thanksgiving visit in the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. John Dale, and Mrs. Dale and family. He expects to get in some deer hunting while here. THIINKSfilVINfi On this Thanksgiving Day let us pause and give thanks for the bountiful blessings of our country, family and friends. We have many things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Your patronage and friendship is counted high among these blessings. Woodvil]e Furniture & Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Roberts and son, Lee, of Ma, rrero, La., visited her re,other, Mrs. John L. Hays, and family the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Orla Roberts and children of Monroe, La., spent Saturday night and Sunday in the home of his mother, Mrs. Allen Wood, and Mr. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Carter and children, A.rthur, Cindy, Jimmy, David and Rachelle, visited Sunday with their moth- er, Mrs. Wilmez" Leake, and Mr. Leake and other relatives. Mr. Jack Cox of New Orleans is spending a week here in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Leake, and is enjoying deer hunting with Mr. Leake. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack have visiting with them for the Thanksgiving week holidays two of their grandchil&ren, Steven and David Fairchild of DeRid- der, La. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dooley, II. and family had as visitors for the day on Saturday Mrs. Dooley's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William T. White, of Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderso visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson and Misses. Debbie and Teresa Anderson of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller and Mrs. James Cutrer, Jr., and son, l:hillip, are visiting for the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr, and Mrs. Denny Britt and son, Cory, in Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Lalie Cumbo ,of Denver, Colo.. is expected home for the Thanksgiving holidays to be with her mother, Mrs. Charles Cumbo, and other family mem- bers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heirtzler and daughters, Liz and Lynn,' :f Ethel, La.. spen the day on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Anderson. They came especially o celebrate Mr. Anderson's 76th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Bradley and children. Ken: Kevin. Michael and Karen, of Nashville, Tenn., are expected to arrive on Wednesday f0 a:ive- day Thanksgiving holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ander- son and Miss Joyce Anderson. mmmmmimmm-nmimmmm'=mmmmmmimmmm|mImmimimammmmm THANI00SOIVING As we commemorate the first Thanksgiving, we pray that every family will be blessed with a portion of the bountiful harvest God has bestowed upon this nation. To you and yours, our sincere best wishes for a happy and prosperous Thanksgiving in the spirit of our forefathers. Thank you for your patronage throughout the past year! C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon Republican, Woodville Misslsslpp Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hammack and two. sons(,cf Vicksburg vis- ited the past weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack of Wilkinson and Mr. md Mrs. Harvey Lofton. Mr. and Mrs. Cage Chisholm and Miss Shron Graham visi- ited Sunday in Magnolia with the farmer's granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Skipper. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Koonce and children, 'Joy, Scooter and Jeff, spent the weekend here with her pa.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Phayes Carter, and family, re- turning to their home in Met- airie, La., on Monday. I Mrs. S. B. Curry and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redhead, Jr.. and I l ycung son, Stewart, of New Or- leans spent the weekend in Monroe. La..' with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller and children. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Neill and children of Louisville. Ky., expected to spend the Thanks- giving holidays ,on a visit with relatives here and in Centre- ville, Mrs. George T. Neill, Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Henderson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parkhurst and family. Mrs. James Perry sustained painful injurms in a car wreck near the Longrpi e Store on Saturday and iS "," :pdtient in Jeff Davis Hospital/. in Natchez. We join.her many friends in hoping h'er injuries will not be serious and that She will be home fedling well again oon. Misses Diane and Melinda Crter visited friends and for- mer classmates at MSCW, Co- lumbus, last weekend. While there Miss Diane Carter at- tended the alumni homecoming festivities which included the Reveler social '1 club homecoming. Mrs Od,ile Wood left Baton} Rouge by plane on Friday of last week for HoUston, Texas, to visit or a few weeks with her son-in-law and daUghte,r, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Baca. and fam- ily. Mrs. Waod was accompanied to Baton Rouge by Mrs. Jimmy Gross and Mrs. Carl D'Aquila. Vice Admiral A. McB. Jackson USN (Ret.) and Mrs. Jackson, of Annapolis, Md., were overnight guests her t,he past Thursday I t of their r}Jtier and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jo,hn s. Lewis. and family. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Allen L Smith, Mrs. Jackson's sister whom they also visited in Baton Rouge. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creel of Zachary, Ira.. announce the birth of a daughter, Melissa Etage their first child, at Lane Memorial Hospital on November 13th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Allen and Mr and Mrs. Carlos Creel. 'll of Zach- ary. She is the first g, reat- grandchild of Mr.' and Mrs. Fritz Tyler of Wilkinson. by H, Emerson Berryhill Years ago someoqe said: "An adult who ceases .after youth to evaluate and" relearn his facts and to reconsider his opinions is like a blindfolded man walk- ing into a familiar room after someone has removed the fu,rni- ture." Life changes! When we were children it seemed as if five years elapsed between Christmas and the Fourth of July. Today, it seems we hardly tu.rn around before another 'year has passed. Time is ,relative, and this is a case of relearning facts. It is not that Christmas is of any less importance to us, but that each day, each hour has more value to us and we ate more concerned with tl]e activities of the present than the months of the future. The happiest of all people are those who can say: "There just aren't enough hours in the day." It is a way ofsaying: "I didn't have a. chance to do all the wonderful and exciting things today I wanted to do." OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: Break time into bits and enjoy every morsel to its fullest! BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVII)LE, MISSISSIPPI ! I Mr. Edward Leake of Wilkin- divant. Mr. Weatherly has re- day o visit for the next week loon, who tas been hospitalized turned home and his family will with her mother, Mrs. Louise lat Field Memorial, Centreville, visit here this week. Day. They were accompanied by underwent surgery on Thursday Mrs. Clyde Priest and children Mr. Priest, who returned home of last week. We wish for him of St. Francisville arrived Fri- Saturday. l a speedy recovery soon. ,, , __, I " Mr. and Mrs. Horace Leake of I Liberty, Texas, spent the week- FOR SALE lend with his twin brother, Mr. Harvey Leake, and Mrs. Leake and visited other family mere- 3 choice Lots -- 100 x 100 bers while here. He came espe- cially to see his brother, Mr. / in Centreville, Miss. Edward Leake, who underwent surgery at Field Memo.rial Has- / in heart of town. pital on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppen- Phone 645-3251 for Information dahl, Jr., spent the weekend in ' Jackson ,with their son-in-law ' --- -n __- and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. ,r, E. B. lbobinson, and children. Barney and John Green. They attended the Ronald Reagan dinner on Friday and the Ole Miss- Tennessee football game Saturday. M, rs. George B. Dooley, Jr.. has brought her young son. Brandon Christopher, for a visit with his grandparenLs, the George B Dooleys of Lessley and the Wilbur Hurlings of Lafa- l yette, La. while Mr. Dooley is on assignment in New Mexico from Williams A'FB, Arizona. i They expected to return L0 Arizona on Wednesday. Several Woodvillians drove up to Jackson the latter par of the past week to attend the Re- publican dinner a which Gov. Ronald Reagan of California was the featured speaker. Making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl. Jr.. Mr. R]ch- a,rd T. Watson and Mr. George A. Stockett. Four students from WCCA. who were chosen by their teachers, accompanied them to the dinner. They were James Herringt.on, David Day, William Day, and Nasa Lawrason. WANTED LOGGING CONTRACTOR For Further Information Call O. AMES COMPANY Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. I ,o Planters Hardware, inc. hnnhsgiuing Greetings Holiday greetings to our many fine patrons... ROSETTA NEWS we hope that you and yours enjoy a great Continued from Page 3) George Greer, and Mr. Gree," Saturday. We are sorry that Mrs. loddis Forman s a patient in Field Hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly ,nd children, Greg and Pam. of Ridgecres, La., came last week- end for a visit with her parents, iVIr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Stur- Thanksgiving abounding in both material and spiritual blessings. May we take this opportu- nity to say "Thank you" for letting us serve you. "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Pried" ( The buyer with cash. gets the best deal on wheels. If you're low on cash, use some of ours. Finance with us before you start dickering for a new car. Then you can deal from the strong position of a cash buyer.