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Page 8 Guests f Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford for the day on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Neal and son, Dennis, of St. Francis- ville. Mrs. Emmet Putnam of Abbe- x.lle, La., pent the past week- end here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Roy Cox and Miss Lise Argue. Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin drove over L0 McComb on Monday to Mrs. William Brock and her daughter, M:lry, anti Mrs. Marie Inman s p e n t Thanksgiving vceekend in Thomastown with Mrs. Wilna Brock. Mr. J. E. Habig of Metairie, La., and Miss Martha Rivers of New Orleans were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Hablg, Jr. Mr. Jackie Withers spent the weekend in Jackson, going es- attend funeral services for his pecially to attend aunt, Mrs. Maude Lidell Hay, of that city. We extend sympa- thy to the family. Mrs. Myrtle Wlsner. accom- lnled by Mrs. Ellis Hammack, expects to attend the Justice of the Peace Convention Saturday and Sunday at the Sheraton in Blloxi. The featured speaker Will be Gov. Bill Waller, who will address the nventlon ban- quet. i the open house at his brother's flower sh.op, Greenhouse Flowers, Inc., in that city. Friens of Mrs. Olita Wilkin- son are sorry to learn that she underwent an emergency .ap- pendectomy at Field' Memorial Hospital on Saturday of last week. We join her many friends in hoping s.he will recover rapidly and soon be back on the job at Lewis Drive In. i i DINING FURNITURE Suites by Consolidated and Young Hinkle, in fruitwood, Plymouth pine, and parchment with olive trim. Styles include Spanish, Mediterranean, and Colonial. Drop leaf trestle or oval table, si,x chairs. Matching chinas and Welsh cupboard. DINETTES by Daystrom and Duchess Oval or rectangular tables featuring chrome, bronzetone, avocado, or harvest gold tubing. Choice of 5, 7, or 9 piece suites. Chine Ware in 45 and 53 piece sets, Bar Stools in 24", 28", and 30" heights. Woodville Furniture & Electric Co. I i n The Woodville Republican, Woodville Mississlpp; We have been advised that I WCCA NEWS THANKS the name of Susan Bryan was I cmitled from the WCCA honor I A beauty pageant, sponsored I . Words cannot, express my roll given us for publication last by the nnual Staff, was .held sincere appreciation t,o each of week. Susan is a member of the in the VCCA gymnatorium on you wlm participated in any seventh grade. I Monday evening, November 26. !way toward m ak!ng the Wood- The winner, Renee Ran, was I vllle L;lVlC L;Juo's nrlsLmas Mrs. Dunbar McCurley and croned and presented a bou- Parade 1973 a great success. Tte children, Dunbar and Martl, nnrf. nf rpcl rno Ti1.oh ,rnnnr t many hours of thought and ' MC -a ........................ - accom.pamed by Mrs. C.D. - u .... i,,n - rse The" ale !hard work were reflected in the t p  c ,,  .  " Curley, were overmg.ht guess as follows: Billie Ann Wilcox, Iquality and beauty of each on Monday of her parents, Dr. first runner-up; Charlen Sire-]entry. The judges asked that it and Mrs. F. G. Bratley of Jack- mons, second runner-up; Bren-I be conveyed to each participant son. da Daniel, third Tunner-up.'that their decision was indeed Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Revette Other contestants were Rebbie a difficult one and that eacl and daughters, Carlene, Kathy Rosso, Brenda Netterville, Cissy, entry was worthy of a parade and Cindy, of Fort Walton Jackson, Caress Simmons, Susan of much greater magnitude. Beach, Fla., visited Thur, sday Smither, Candy Smith, Marion  Thank you from he bottom through Sunday of the Thanks- Felter, Patty Metz, Patsy Pritch- of my heart for your coopera- giving holidays with Mr..and ard, Renee Inman Laura Spill- tion in making my task as chair- Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss man, and Kathy Fergus.on. . man a pleasant one. Bettye Treppendahl Joyce Anderson. The Junior Varsity girls The Reflect, or, .an interde- played three games last week. On November 26 they lost to Mr. and Mrs. A J. Wi]ite and nom:,national young singing Liberty with a score of 29 to 4. son, Andy, visited last weekend group from the McComb area, Lacy Curry and Caron Simmons in Eupora with her father Mr. will be at the WCCA gym on Thursday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m. Y=ung people and adults are invited. No admission will be charged Recent visitors to Mrs. Blanche Leak and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sturgeon vere Mr. Elmo Sturgeon "of Sulphur Springs, Texas, Mrs. Hartselle Broussard o,f Monterrey, La., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hand and family of Sulphur, La., and Mr. and Mrs. James Comer and son, Scott, of Jackson. After being hospit.alized in Baton Rouge and in Centreville for quite a few 'weeks, Mr. D. J. Wall was able to come home on Saturday of last week. We re- j=lce with his many friends in his improvement and hope that he will continue to im- prove and be up and about again in the near future. Mr. James E. Wilkerson, Jr., left on Tuesday of this week far Birmingham. Ala.. where he planned to atte:d the General Assembly of the Continuing Fresbyterian Church until Fri- day of this week He was joined ,scored two points each. On No- vember 28 they were defeated by Brookhaven with a score of 18 to 13. High scorer for the gane was Laura Ann Inman with five points. Lacy Curry and Vickie Willis each scored two points, and Carom Simmons scored four. On November 30, W. W. Ca,Td, and with other family members. Mr..and Mrs. Cage Chisholm visited Sunday with Mrs. Chis- helm's son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ruiz. and family of Ventress. La. Visiting Mrs. Blanche Leake they defeated Gloster vith a last Saturday were Mr. and score 21 to 19. Lacy. Curry, the Mrs. Levi Morrison of West Lake. high scorer, made thirteen points, Lourelia Waites .made two, and Caron Simmons made three. The Varsity girls won three games last' week:'b!nging them a record of five wins and two losses. The team defeated Lib- erty on November 27 with a score of 46 to 34. Renee Inman was high scorer with twenty-six points and Billie Ann Wilcon points and Billle Ann Wilcox points. On November 28 they played Br..okhaven m a close game. The final score was 21 to 19 in favor of the Ramblers. Billie Ann Wilcox scored ten points and Renee Inman scored nine. The Rams won their fifth game on November 30, defeating Gloster with a .score of 36 to 18. 'there by the local pastor, the Renee Inman was high scorer La.. and Mrs. Katie Wright of Jackson. La. On Monday Mrs. Leak's son-in-law and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parkins of Henderson Texas, surprised her with a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Conerly Rabb of Baton Rouge came up last Thursday and repaired the tomstone and grave of his grandmother, Mrs. Lennie Perry, at the Netterville cemetery. That afternoon they visltefl Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sturgeon and Mrs. Irene Reed. marion was distributed. The girls enjoyed it very much and would like to thank Mrs. Whgeler and the mothers who drove or donated a car to make the trip possible. Jeff Brown and Mike McGraw Rev Harold Richardson, of Jackson. Visiting recently vith Mr. and Mrs. Warren White were his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe White and boys, Bern, ard and Warren, who are being transferred to Luxembourg where his firm, Indlana Na- tional Bank, is opening a new branch OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY DURING DECEMBER! Community COFFEE It. 89c CABBAGE lb. 9 PORK CHOPS SCOTTOWEL, single 39c CENTER CUT lb. $1.09 BANANAS lb. 11c with eighteen points, and Billie enjoyed the week they spent in Ann Wilcox scored eight. Jackson preparing for the All- The Varsity team .has done Star game. which the South Di- quite well this season, losing vi,sion won Saturday night with only two games. Thei,r first loss a score of 34 to 21. The boys was to Brookhaven on Novem- ber 19 and their second loss was to Thomas Jefferson on Novem- ber 20. Both, the: bds 'and the girls, will be playing ranklin here on Friday night 'd this week. The school was saddened las Friday when Mr. Dave Carter, our long-time-friend and cus- todian, retired. His services were greatly appreciated, and we will all miss him. On Thursday afte,rnoon. No- vember 29. the facul'ty honored Mr. Carter at a surprise retire- ment party. After Mr. Whet- stone read a poem which he ha2 composed in honor of Mr. Car- ter, punch and eo:okies were 'Jerced. The facul.ty presented Mr. Carter a gift certificate. On November 24, the Home Economics classes *went to the Christmas Bmzaar in Natchez at the National Guard Armory. The theme of the ,bazaar was. "Cre- a,live , ChXistma." he armory was filled with all sorts of homemade goodie from dolls to food. Several booths held dem- onstrations and printed infer- spent most of the week learning to play as a team. A highlight was a banquet at Primes Res- taurant on Friday night, when all the boys ,were presented watches. QUARTER LOIN. lb. 99c _ r .,, lb. 89c Ronco 12 oz. END CUT SPAGHETTI 3 for 86c Texsun Unsweet 46 oz. ORANGE JUICE 39c BONUS, King Size $1.59 Lesueur No. 303 EARLY PEAS Campbell's TOMATO SOUP Cook Shack 2 for 69c BACON lb. 99c Sliced 2/29c SLAB BACON lb. 95c 98c Helman MAYONNAISE, qt. Sunmaid Seedless RAISINS, 15 oz. 53c Kleenex 50 ct. DINNER NAPKINS 29c Pet Imitation SOUR CREAM, 8 oz. 29c 2/39c SARAN WRAP 50 ft. 39c Irish Spring SOAP C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon by H. Emerson Berryhill "Believe you can, and you can!" These ave very difficult words to believe when the future looks impossible. No matter how un- believeable they may .seem, they are true. One man held the world's record for running a mile for 37 years. "He's the fastest man alive," everyone said. Then one day a y.ung man by the name of Roger Banni.ster broke the record. He ran the mile in four minutes flat, cutting almost four seconds off the time. How? Because he believed he could Even Bannister's record has been broken, and it will con- tinue to be broken because there is always someone who believes he can do it. This is true in almost every facet of life. Believe m yourself, your family, your friends, and you will see records broken through your faith. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Pl:/6ne 88-871" WOODVILLEt MISSSIFPI 'py , Friday, December 7, 1973 Mr. Dale Faust and a friend, Mark Curry and sons, David Mr. John Hoover of New Or- leans, flew from that city on Tuesday to New Yok where they boarded the Queen Eliza- beth for a cruise to the Bahama Islands, expecting to arrive back in New Orleans on Sunday of next week. Among the local folk who at- tended the Academy Conference All-Star football g.ame in Jack- son last Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McGraw and sons, Mark, Charles, and Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brown Jimmy Phares. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carter. Misses Me- linda and Diane Carter. Mrs. ares 7 a.m. and Charles, Misses Cissy and Marry Jackaon, Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Alonzo, Mike Smith and Miss Susan Scott. Two WCCA seniors, Mike McGraw and Jeff Brown, were members o,f the South team and turned in good performances in the game, which their team won. The Mass schedule for Decem- ber 7 and 8 at St. Joseph's Cath- ollic Church is as follows (Cath- olics are requested to attend Mass on Saturday, December 8): Friday, Woodville 7 p.m.; Sat- urday, Wacdville 4:30 p.m. and Fort Adams 7 p.m.; Sunday, Woodville 9 a.m. and Fort Ad- == pn WANTED LOGGING CONTRACTOR For Further Information Call O. AMES COMPANY Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. Nil IIII Planters Hardware, Inc. Fix Up For Christmas See our new and complete selection of FIX ALL Ename!s in quarter pint, half pint, pints, and quarts. Wide range of colors and finishes in All Purpose Quick Dry Enamel, Varnishes and Spray Enamels. We also invite you to see our new selections of patterns and colors in Armstrong Floor Covering--both 9x12 rugs and 12 ft. width yard goods. "'Quality Merchandise Reasonably Pri;:ed" .... _- .............................. - .......  ........... For quick relief when New Car Fever sets in, take our handy, money-saving Auto Loan Pla00 prescription. 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