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Woodville, Mississippi
December 14, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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December 14, 1973

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Page 8 The Woodville iMr and Mrs. Joe Roberts of ! Friends are very sorry to know Darrington we:re visitors to our that Mr. Kirk Ford has been t0wn: on Tuesday of this w,eek, lcon,fined to his home since be- .Mr. Walter Conn of Hatties- Iing gored in the right leg by bprg was a guest in the home la cow last week. We trust that l of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Sturgeon Ihe will soon be out and about I the past weekend. I again, completely recovered. l 4. i I I Miss Stella Guice of New Or- leans is .here for a visit in the ! i i:'me of her niece, Mrs. Steve I Reed, at Pinckneyville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matthews of Sicily Island, La., spent the weekend at the home of .his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Seal. OF LASTING PLEASURE Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators Rediners, Rock-a-Loungers Living and Dining Room Suites Dinettes and Dining Suites Bicycles, Tricycles, Gym Sets General Electric Small Appliances China, Mirrors, Tables, Hassocks Luggage, Fireplace Accessories Lamps, Book Cases, Desks Occassional Chairs, Card Table Sets Bed and Toss Pillows WoodvilJe Furniture & Electric Co. Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss Joyce Anderson attended the Centreville Academy Parent- Teacher Baza,ar at Greysbone Farms last Friday. We are sorry to report that Mr. Joe Johnson is hospitalized in Baton Rouge and hope that he will be feeling much better soon, Mrs. J. A. Hennington of Port Gibson spent the past weekend here as guest Of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, and. family. Patrons of Wilkinson County Christian Ac ad,e'ny are re- minded that fifbh month tuition at the ac,ademy is due next. week. Mr..and, Mrs. W. C. Lowry,., Jr., of New Orleans were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowry, Sr., for a few days last week. Mi'. and Mrs. E. A. Oeog,hegan of New Orleans returned to their ,home on Monday after a delightful week on .a fishing trip in Mexico. Mrs. Ray W. Farrar was elected recently as a member of the board of directors of the. Homochitto Valley Historical Society. Mrs. Far.rar's name was inadvertently omitted from the list ,of officers sent us for pub- lication last week. wishes you a very, very MERRY CHRISTMAS Gift Suggestions from our Hardware Department.... [-] Xmas Lights [7] Clock Radios [7-] Prolong Preservative [71 Ornaments [] Artificial Trees [7 Corning Ware [] Wreaths _[ Ma Leck Candles [] Carving Boards Terrariums  Xmas Door Panels [ Knife Sets Woodenware .--j Ice Buckets  Bar Accessories = Baldwin Brass i' Monogram Glassware  Corelle Dinnerware [] Kodak Cameras & Film [] G|assware [ Decorative Wall Clocks  Hair Dryers [] Hoover Vacuum Cleaners [] Tape Players [] Cosco Furniture [] Panasonic T.V's  Electrophonic Stereos [] Spray Snow PLUS Bikes Pellet Guns Trikes Shotguns Hunting Equipment Wheel Goods Rifles Power Tools Have A Cup of Coffee and Browse Around Gifts from our Dry Goods Department.... El [7_-] Men's Belts _[7..] Men's Dacron & Cotton Jump Suits [7] Thermal Jump Suits Pleetway Pcjamas & Robes for your Man, Nylon, all permanent press [, Men's and Boy's Shirts, Dress and Casual Knit Sport Coats for Men and Boys  Jackets, work or casual  Gowns, Robes, and Pajamas by Gossard for the ladies  Children's and Infant Wear [] Slacks for dress or casual wear, by Haggar, Farah, Mann - Western Boots for young and old :j Felt Hats for the Man [7] .His Favorite Tie Electric Blankets, single and dual control Can't Make a Decision??? How About a Gift Certificate? FREE GIFT WRAP C. M. TREPPENDAHL & SONS, Inc. Woodville, Miss. .? .  .. .. .. .  .?   . ? , Republican, Woodville Mississipp , , r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skipper Mrs. Wyndel Spell o,f Sierra of Magfiol.a' Were weekend Vista, A:rizona, is at home with guests of her grandparents, Mr..her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and. Mrs. Cage Chisholm. Wood, while ,her husband ex- :' pects to be sent oversea with Friends of Mrs. Jack Stockettlthe Army. are sorryto learn that she was I admitted to Field Mem, orial Neyland Smit,h, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith, had the m[sfortune of having his hand caught in ,a combine on Wed- nesday' of last week, breaking Hospital on Sunday. We join in wishing her a quick recovery. Mrs. C. W. Davis of Pensacola, Fla., visited family members the past weekend in this, her former, heme. She is the former Miss Edna Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave An- derson and Misse Debbie and Teresa Anderson in Baton Rouge last Saturday. Friends of Mrs. Rosa May Roland are happy to learn that she was able to leave the hos- pital in Natchez and ,h,ope for I her continued improvement in health. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Netterville spent Monday through Wednes- day of this week at a Southern Hardwood meeting .held in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and Kevin of Chesapeake. Virginia, are visiting with his mother and ister, Mrs. John T. Turner and Miss Gwyn Turfier, until after the Christmas holidays. Mrs. W. A. Brock and her mother. Mrs. Marie,, went to Port Gibson Tuesday to get Mr. Brick's mother. Mrs. Wilna Brock, for a v.lsit with them d, uring the holiday season. Mr. Florida Ford und.erwen s,urgery at Baton Rouge General Hospital on Mon,d, ay of this week. We ]on .his .many friends in wishing ,him a speedy and complete recovery. Mrs. Mary Bunch spent Wed- nesday night as gues' of her l son-in-law and daughter, Mr. [ and Mrs. Dennis Nordan, .and[ little daughter, Amanda Jo, of[ Natchez. Mr. Paul Shelton of Baldwin, Long Island, N. Y., is expected to arrive m Woodville on Thurs- day ,for a few d, ays' visit with relatives and friends in this, his 'former home. Mr. and M!. Pred. McCarstle had visiting rltl hem for the weekend their grandchildren. Clif, f and Anna McCarstle of Natchez, and Mrs. McCarstle's ,mother, Mrs. :Olivia Scott, of Doloroso. Friends of Mr. August Mar- tens will be happy t,o learn that he was able to come home from Jefferson Davis Hospital on Sat- u:rday of last week, anti hope for him a complete .recovery soon. Mr. W. H, Catchings and Mr. Charlie Canova attended the meeting of the Pharmaceutical Association held last Thursday in Natchez at Jfferson Davis Hospital. ., l i i I by H. Emerson Berryhill I once read abou{: a supe'r salesman wht made a commis- sion of a million dollal's on one sale. The time he spent in clos- ing the deal was two hours. I haven't calculated 'the exact am:unt of money th'e man made per minute, but it was' in the vicinity of $8,333. Many people work a full year and make less than this man made in a single sixty seconds. The story of this man is of the ultimate in success, 'that is if you clas,ify success as mak- ing money. There are a lot of people in the world who believe that suc- cess comes to a person in forms other than maney in true friends, laving members of the family, good neighbors, good health, just plain laughter. It would be nice to .have a million dollars, but there are many people who don't have money and have riches, beyond he's f;ondest dreams. These wealthy poor people are are among the happiest on this earth. OUR THOUGHT TO REMEM- BER: When you count your bleasin,gs, look beyond your money. I BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI four fingers. He was admitted to Natchez Community Hospital after the accident, and we are happy to learn that he has now returned h,ome. Friends of Mrs. 3. R. Hamilton will be .happy to learn that ahe has returned home from Field Memorial Hospital, where she had spent several d,ays after ,having surgery. We join her re.any other friends in hoping that she will be up and around again soon. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McGehee spent Sunday in Natchez as guests of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bat- man. going especially to jain Mrs. McGehee's four sisters and a brother to .help celebrate the joint birthdays of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Southern of Mangh,am. We .have been requested to announce that the Jaycees- Jaycettes are sponsoring a dance on New Year's Eve at Club South of the Border. Music will be furnished by the "Soulful 6." Tickets are now on sale by all members, and reservations will be guaranteed only on advance ticket purchases, effictals s.aid. E/3 Greg Wes,berry 'has re- turned o the States after hav- ing served a year's duty with the Seabees in Cuba. Mrs. Wes- berry, the former Miss Jane Ann Leake, has j,cined him in Wil- liamsburg, Vs.. where he is sta- t}oned at presen and where they are now making heir home. Mr. R. J. Jenkins came home from Veterans Hospital in Jack- son to spend the past weekend with ,his family here. Mrs. Jenkins went up o Jackson on Tuesday of t'his week as he was again scheduled for surgery. We tr,ust that this time he will be .able to undergo the operation and t,hat ,he will soon be up and out among his many friends again. Friends extend sympathy to Mrs. Charles A. Plitt, Jr., in the death of her brother, Mr. Hollis Larry Miller, 23, who was killed in an automobile aecident early last Friday morning near Wig- gins. Funeral services were held ,cn Sunday afternoon from Woodlawn Funeral Home in Columbia. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beverly Polk Miller; erie son, Eric Miller; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Miller of Kenner, La.; and two sisters, Mrs. Plitt and Miss Edith Miller of New Orleans. Attending the funeral services fr,om Woodville in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Plitt were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wilkerson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Clifforfl Wheeler, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller. Other local friends who visited the family in Columbia Saturday evening were the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Berryhill, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arnold. and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cage. A regular meeting of the Or- d'er of the Eastern was hel& on Monday night at the lodge .hall in Woodvil]e with quite a nice crowd attending. After the mee.ting was closed, the group had a Christmas gift exchange, drawing fcwr the many riee gi'fts placed under the Christ- mas tree. each member present ,having br:ught a package for the occasion. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake. cookies, nuts. Fr;day, December 14, 1973 I coffee and spiced tea were served and everyone enjoyed the spirit of Christmas which prevailed. Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. !Clay B Tucker drove down to Baton Rouge Sunday to meet their other sisters for the an- nual f.amily get-together for Christmas. This year lhe gath- ering was held at the home of a niece, Mrs. Dianne Dabadte. The sisters present ,for the occa- sion in addition to Mrs. wood and Mrs. Tucker were Mrs. A. B. Stevens and Mrs. Francis con- ner of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Edith Brasseaux and Mrs. S. S. Thibodcaux of Lafayette, La. Mrs. Thehna A. Sessions un- der,went surgery at Oc,hsner Faundation Hospital in New Orleans on Monday of this weel for repair of a broken hip. While en route home t.o her :apartment in New Orleans last Friday nigh Mrs. Sessions was attacked bY a purse snatcher and was thrown to the ground, suffering a brok" en hip and dislocated shoulder. She was reported to be .recuP- erating satisfactorily from s.ur" gery at mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. Lemire AshleY, Jr., have moved into the home they purchased recently from Mr. James E. Wilkerson, Jr. We extend best wishes to this young czuple for much happiness in their new residence. Planters Hardware, inc. 9 More Shopping Days Until Christmas GIFTS FOR ALL THE FAMILY -- For Men -- Shotguns, Rifles. Gun Racks, Electric Drills Saws, Razors, Easy Chairs, Clock Radios Boots, Waders, Hunting Clothes -- For Ladies -- Electric Coffee Pots, Electric Blankets, Mixers Regular and Travel Irons, Luggage, Refrigerators, Stoves, Bathroom Scales, Hair Dryers, Presto Cookers -- For Kiddies -- Toys, Bicycles, Tricycles, Wagons, Fire Trucks, Gym Sets, B.B. Guns, Footballs, Basketballs "Quality Merchandise Reason,bly Priced" You get better service at a bank staffed by people like ours... with A-1 know-how and a sincere desire to be helpful. It takes ability and desire, you know, to be able to render the best service. Our eople are strong on both. [