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November 30, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8 The Woodville Repub!ican, W oodville Mississippi . Friday, November 30, .... 1973_ I Mrs. A. B. Stevens :of Baton Mr. an;Mrs, w. c. Lowry had Mr. Mason "Rusty" Green of I Mr. and Mrs. Rhada Bunch I Visiting in the home of M.r. 4 Rouge came up Sunday and was I Petal visited his mother, Mrs. [ of Tulsa, Okla., visited during' and Mrs. Tom Ford and Rhonda an overnight visitor in the home I Marshall Lumpkin, and Mr. I the Thanksgiving holiday sea- i _ ,,, of her sister, Mrs. Allen Wood, land children, Joey and Alita Lumpkin and other family[sn with Mr. and Mrs. Henry/and Darlene during Thanksgiv- and Mr. Wood. I members during the Thanksgiv-i Ford and other family members.! ing week were Mr. and Mrs. ' Jany Pertuit and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. anti Mrs. John Cortelyou cf Punto Gorda, Fla., spent the as guests for the day on Sat- urday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris Anne, of Baton Rouge and Mr. III, of Baton Rouge visited with Thanksgiving here with his Mr. and Mrs. L.T. "Buddy" Mrs. R. B. Thorburn has e- his mother, Mrs. Mary Geter, mother, Mrs. W. H. Catchings, M _ __ . .... I John Dorah of Houston, Texas. ing holidays. r. and Mrs. oonn wurry anal son Mike of Jackson ,were holi- Mr and Mrs Ron Hensarling Mr. and, Mrs. T. O. Sessions, ]day weekend guests here of hiS lan d 'children Jon David and I Jr., had as guests for the holi- Mr. and Mrs. Phi! Brasfield /parents ' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert lRobin ' of Houston, Texas, vis-Idays her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and two daughters o! .CleVeleadkd., iCurry, l ited last weekend with her par-ITim Warlow, of Orla]do, Fla., OhL2 spent ThanKsGiving w e - , ...... I o,t Mr and Mrs Go,rdonl and her grandmother, Mrs. ' th r Mrs Visiting during me nonaay ........ -' . end here with hm mo e , .................. I Geter, and Louis and Leisa, and[Ehzabeth Carter, of Mianu, Fla. P H Brasfield weeKena wltn Mrs. ma,rle ame, .... , .... , o, hor daughter Mrs J H with Miss &arian ueer. M_ and Mrs " ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Leake I Aen of Raleigh, and her sister, Mr ,and Mrs Henry Geter, andtyoung son'of Putt Randall Gautier spent spent Thanksgiving Day with ! Mrs F. B. Thurmon. ' ' his son and daughter-in-law, t turned home after a stay in University Hospital in Jackson. We send best wishes for her continued improvement and good health in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas and s3n of Biloxi spent the holi- days ,with his mother, Mrs. Ray day Thursday visiting friends in this, their former home town. Mrs. Davld Bramlette and daughter, Lil, visited her mother, Mrs. Hicks Parker, in Natchez for Thanksgiviing. Mrs. Harold Carter and chil- dren, Marie, Hal and Sam, of Ferriday, La., spent the day on Monday of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Leake. Mrs. Walter Lolly and daugh- ter, Cheryl, of Gulfport spent last week visiting in the home of her paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Canova, and family. and Mr. Catchings. They were joined on Thanksgiving Day by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Randall and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rory Randall. Mr. Bill Catch- ings was home also from USM in Hattiesburg. and br, ather, Parham, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carter, for the Thanks- giving holidays. Mrs. John Dale and daughter, Deborah, and Mrs. James E. Wilkerson and daughter, Su- zanne, went to Port Gibson Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bailey, Leake, and family in Baton Rouge Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mc- Car.stlc flew up to Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday t,o spend Thanks- giving with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCarstle, and children, Desiree and Richard, returning home on Friday. 6iftsfo,,0000I00on00e Mrs. James Belie Isle and son, !Edward Pertuit and Todd of Jim, spent the Thanksgiving Raceland, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe holidays at home and had her iFord, Mrs. Jack Parker andL son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Scott of Smyrna, Tenn." Mr. and and Mrs. Tommy Shuff of Lees-,,Mrs. Sammic Levantino and Barry and Bryan, Mrs. sherrill ville, La., as guests while thCYicaraway and Chip and Skip, were here. I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hubbs, Mrs, The Class of 1963 of Woodville Lula Stephens, Mr. Bobby New-' Attendance Center is planning son and sons, Mr. Elliott Ortego, a reunion on the night of De- M,r. Elmo Ashford, Mr. Alex cember 22, and Mr. Raymond:Wascom, Mark Sparks and chad is serving as chairman Woodard, Baton Rouge' Mr. anit McKee aS:ng wiith Mr. James Moore !Mrs. James Woodard and Mike, All classmates and spouses or t Greensburg, La.; Mr. and Mrs, dates will be included in the lW. C. Menser, Zachary, La.; M,r. festivities, which are planned at and Mrs. Dub Martin and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dor- soy Trevillion. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ford had BUY NOW and Use Our LAY AWAY PLAN FOR CHRISTMAS Farrar, in Woodville and her Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jtr., and Lee Cavin, accompanied her d.aughters and their fam- pa,:ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Eale's mcthers, Mrs. J. A. Hun- by Mr. Bailey's mother, Mrs. ilies visiting with them for the Matthews, in Centreville. nington and Mrs. larvas Dale. Dorothy ft. Bailey of Baton holiday ,weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Rouge, spent the Thanksgiving George Weathers and children Thanksgiving holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richards weekend with Mr. Bailey's and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Black nesday of last week to spend the holiday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ffohn S. Lewis, Jr., and children, Anne, Ellen. and Jay. They were loaned in Hunts- ville by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask, Jr., and daughter, Juliet, of BatJon 'Rouge and Captain Charles Fitzgerald. USN (Rot.) and Mrs. Fitzgerald of Owings Mills, Md. W3ile there they at- tended the christening of their in the home of their parents, and daughter, Tracy, of Hemp- daughter and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thurman, stead, Texas, spent the Thanks- Mrs. Billy Soileau. of Baytown, were Mr. and Mrs. Chip Davis giving holidays with her grand-, Texas. and Sloane of Tampa, Fla.. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alan Knighton and Shan- Clingan, and other family mem- I Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bell Mrs. non of Baton Rouge. bets. I drove up to Henderson Tenn., l last weekend to attend the wed- Mr. R. J. Jenkins was given l Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman dang of hi,s nephew. Mr. Michael a leave of absence from the VA and little daughter, Jenniler,, Trull of Philadelphia. Pa.. Lo Hospital in Jackson to spend visited her parents, M,r. and Mrs.] Miss Aurelia Ann Bundy of Hen- the Thanksgiving .weekend with Robert Graham, and family, in I derson an Saturday November 24. his family. He returned on Sun- !Moscow, Ark.' Going up on Wed- day to uncergo further tests, nesday to .be with the family! Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis We send sincere wishes for his on Thanksgiving Day ,were Miss and sons. Andy and Bob, drove continued improvement. Sharon Graham and Mr. Dave up to Huntsville Ala., on Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas, Jr., and cqildren of Atlanta. Go., visited during the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Ray Farrar, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wade, of Hollywood, La. Mr. Prince H. Carpenter and Bucky, Scottie and Dale, of Shreveport. La.. spent the pas Recliners, Rock-A-Loungers Tell City Rockers, Occasional Chairs Bridge Sets. Card Tables, Smokers Mirrors, Lamps, Occasional Tables Electrical Appliances by G-E Bar Stools, Book Cases, Desks Toss Pillows, Bed Spreads, Area Rugs Valet Stands, Luggage Sewing Machines, Fire Place Accessories China and Flatware Carter. Mrs. B. G. White and daugh- ters, Mrs. Ronald Parker and Mrs. Carl Etheridge,and three children Lynn and twins Char- lie and Susan, of Houston, Tex.. visited during the holidays with ,Mrs. Olivia Stutzman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Crosby and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarstle. weekend with Mrs. Harry Mc- Graw Als visiting during the accompanied by her mother, young grandson, John S. Lewis, holidays with Mrs. McGraw was Mrs. Olivia Scott of Doloroso, III. l] Baby and Juvenile Furniture Iltanotier grandchild, Miss Ginger spent the day Thanksgiving with II McGraw, who attends school in their son and daughter-in-law, I] Woodville Furniture 8, Electric Co. I| I Huntsville, Texas She also vis-Mr, and Mrs. Clifton McCarstle, |Jlited in the home of her other and family of Natchez. They r' -- / Il grandparents, the B. O. Sigmons. were joined by Mrs. Anthony " ' ' I| Lomonoca of Lake Charles, La., nmmmEmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmgmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmjmmmmmmlmm wh,o spent the holiday weekend FRYERS lb 39c ! with her parents in Woodville. On Sunday the,recl McCa, rstles o had the Clifton McCarstles and Mrs. Scott as guests for the day. Mr. and Mrs.' Prentiss Mathia KRAFT Quart enjoyed a late Thanksgiving on Sunday at their home on High- Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ef" ferson, Mr. Steve Milton, and Mr. Henry Cochran, Denharn Springs, La.; Miss Maude Fer" guson, Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan and Renec. Susan and lake, and Mr. Donald Enis. all of Woodville; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bryan of St. Francisville. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Enlow announce the birth of a son. Kenneth De,wayne. ,an November 14 at Field Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. Hattie Enlow and he late Mr. Dudley Enlow and Mrs. Olivia Bland and the late Mr. Jodie Wise Bland. and children all of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henderson Mclanie. Greg, Michelle. and and children, Kenneth and Mi-i Jill Carter. children of Mr. and chelle, accompanied by David Mrs. Norman Carter of Baker, McKey, spe n t Thanksgiving La.. spent part of their ThankS" weekend in Freeport. Tex., as giving holidays here with their guests of her brother and sm-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dave E. Carte.r and Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. and family. 'Henry T. Shelton. Planters Hard00N'are, Inc. HEADQUARTERS for the HUNTER We Feature Everything but the Game./ "Red Hot" Special on Deer Rifles Shotguns - Rifles - Gun Cases Buckshot and Slugs in All Gauges Hunting Coats and Caps Rain and Camouflage Suits Shell Vests -Hunting Knives Dog Collars - Dog Food Gun Oil, Grease, Cleaners Compasses - Thermos Bottles "Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced" MAYONNAISE 99c dN;tdw:n]ml:f te;O large tables were set up in the dining room where, everyone en- Texas Style 6 oz. joyed a bountiful meal. Those ]SCU 23C2 who came for the day, joining family members already at JT , 2 {or home, ineludedMrs. NormaJean Murray and Carolyn' and Butch, lNatchez; Mr. and Mrs. John Single oz 1 James Mathis and Lacy, Pamela, SCOTTISSUE 2 for 29c Bryan FRANKS 79c |land Johnny, Vicksburg; Miss 1 Mathis and :Mr. 'a,nd' 'Mrs. Wayne Single Assorted BACON lb. $ _1.09 0000ior, Owayno: and Teresa. Br yan IllMathis and.,Atisa Dianne, Jun- Northern TOWELS 37c THRILL, Giant 49c Chicken Backs 5 Ib" $1"39 i - Wagner s Breakfast Kraft Deluxe 14 oz: Orange Drink 54 oz. 49c Mac/CheeseD,nner 56c00 Kelly 4 oz. Nine Lives Vienna SAUSAGE 2-75c CAT FOOD 2 for 38c ., H. Emerson Berryhill Welch Parkay Many years ago,two, men sick GRAPE JELLY 59c MARGARINE 2 for 79c with tuberculosis were. confined to an isolated hospital in the Adirondacks. Each had,been told S pack, 12 oz. bottle Chef Way that his'active life was over. FALSTAFF BEER $1.29 SHORTENING $1.19 In other words, the short re- maining years of their lives were to be lived as invalids. These two men began clipping Complete'and deposit coupon at an1 Ace Store before December 10, 1973 NO purchase required. Facsimile coupon can be used. Fully eqotpn I Cadillac Coupe De VIIle and fully equipped Mazda Sedans will be awarded before December 25 1973. Not open to contestants where part c pat on I prohibited. Contest suect to Federal, State & Local Laws and open/to | persons 18 years or older, PrJzos not transferable not refundable or e- deemable in cash or cash value and awerded on natonaJ basis,- ....... i Name | Address. | City, Stato & Zip | C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc. | ,m,-- Woodville, Miss. 39669 I Register In Any Department C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do blot Close At Noon poems and other bits of material which .were put cgether in magazine form and mailed to friends who needed encourage- ment. The suggestion was in- cluded that anyone who wished to receive a second 'issue of the little magazine send a contribu- tion toward the expense of printing and mailing. To make a long story sh,ort, this publication became known as "Trotty Veck Messages," and the total circulation in 1925 was mare than 200,000 copies. Here is one af their poems: One broken dream is not the end of dreaming; One shattered hope ls not the end of all; Beyond the storm and tempest stars are gleaming, Still plan your castles though your castles fall. BERRYHILL FUNerAL, HOME Phone $8g-5871 WOODVlLLE, MISSISSIPPI and thrifty, company wnen you use our services to help you meet bustness and personal needs or emergencies. The quality of our service can be judged by noting the quality of the people who choose to let us serve them. !jI