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Friday, December 21, 1973 hotel and ehildren of Washing-IS. B. Ctrry, and Mr. David ten, La., spent Sunday here with ]Bra.mlette drove clown to New I son, and other relatives, tend the baptism of Master Stewart Curry Redhead, son of Mr. Rona]d Black and a]Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Red- friend of Baton Rouge visitedlhead Jr Miss Chuckie Cumbo attended Mr. W. C Reed took a group here with his wife s family, Mr. ' ' a Christmas party with friends of Boy Scouts on a two-day and Mrs. Russel Fo,rd. for the Mr. Lam.pkin McCurley of the Past weekend in Pensacola camping tip to Wictder Lake, day on Sunday. New Orleans. formerly of this Florida. town. visited his brother-in-law near St. Francisville. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Curr.y and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. afternoon tlrough Saturday spem Tuesday througq] Thurs- Cacter. in Natchez and on his Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Jones night, day of last week in Jackson return stopped over on Friday Pent Thursday througl] Sunday ear Houma, La.. on a very de- Mr. Gordon L Morris and visiting their son and daugh.ter- o.f last week for a short visit gn.tful, fruitful fishing trip. M,r. G. L. 1Yrl'is. Jr.. of Jack- in-law. Mr. and 1Vrs. John with his cousin. Mr& Lucille son joined ficnds in Mobile. Curry, and son. Mike. Buckle. Mrs. Ray Farrar spent the eekend in tealed the Jackson and at- Standard Oil Christ- na Party. Mrs. O. B. Beverly visited for a few days last week in Waynes- b0ro, La., with her mother. Mrs. . I%. Jones. jMr. and Mrs. E. D Shows are endi ,,,, ng the Christmas holidays at a her mother and othe.r rel- ieves in Roanoke. Va. l r& Mary Bunch of Doloroso h at Sunday in Natchez with M7 Son-in-law and daughter, :'. and Mrs Dennis Nordan. and h'manda "Jo. Ala.. last wackend for a deer hunting trip. Mrs. Ima Cunningham left on Sunday for Atlanta. Texas. to spend the Christmas holidays with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Smith and their two children. Mrs. Marie T. Logan of Natch- ez spent the weekend here with her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Logan. and chil- dren, Marie, Mildred and Mi- chael. Dr. Richard Pharos of St. Petersburg, Fla.. is expected to arrive on Friday .of this week "rr,, vVnodv!ll. .oouMicpn, Woodvil!e, jsiss[ppi CHRISTMAS MUSICAL Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Seal and youni on. Charles, moved last weekeqd into their hand- sme new home which has just been completed on Itighway 61 Bypass jUSL south of town. Mrs. Carter Leak ,of Baton Rouge visited her .aunt. Miss The Happy ememakers Club enjoyed their annual Christmas party on Tuesday, December 11, at the home of Mrs. Iris W, hit- tington. Twelve members ,and one guest. Mrs. June McGraw. attended the event. Gifts were exchanged and ,a social hour SUNDAY NIGHT AT METHODIST CHURCH The Woodville Community Ch,ristmas Choir will present "The Night of Miracles" by Peterson on Sunday night, De- cember 23. at 7:30 p.m., at the Woodville Unize d Methodist Church. This is the annual Christmas musical presentation of the combined local choirs. A ,cordial invitation is issued to the public to attend. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Anderson and Miss Joyce Anderson visited Saturday in Baton Rouge with iVr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson Misses Debbie ,and Teresa An- derson, and Miss Carol Seguin. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kee. Jr., and Mr. Enloe M. Kee. III, were joined by Mis Toni Jones of Ruby Caulfeild, on Monday of was much enjoyed. Meridian and Mr. and Mrs. Max this week. Miss Caulfeild has . , , Pace and daughter, Fr.ances and been a patient in Field Memo- Mrs. Gordon L. Morns visiea a friend, Mr. Greg Pletsche, all rial Hospital for the past few ,in Natchez from Wednesday of Baton Rouge, .for a flight to weeks following a car acciden.t through the ,weekend with her Aspin, Colo., last Saturday to I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. spend ,a ,week on the ski slopes. We are glad to see Mrs. R. J. and M, rs. W. H. Gillon, III, and Jenkins back at Martens since family, who were moving .into Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Whet- it indicates tha,t Mr. Jenkins is their new home which had just atone, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. improved after his surgery last been completed at 100 North Ventress, Dr. and Mrs. L. J. week. We hope he will continue Meadow Road. %n r, and rs. Charles Whet-lfr a ten-day Christmas vaca-:to improve and soon be home a[, no, Mr, Ri.chard Flaccomio, tion visit with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and and Mrs. A, E Pharos. '1 als' t. u Mr. Hal Brannan .attended I sons of Monroe, La., pent the e annual Mississippi Farm Mr. and Mrs Nolan Reverie Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Trask. Jr., weekend as guests of her ,broth- U:. au convention in-Jackson and daughters, Carlene, Kathy and daughter, Juliet, of Baton er-in-law and sister, Mr. and first of the past week. and Cindy, of Fort Walton Rouge are expected Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Bran ,Dawson, and Beach. Fla.. were expected to ur- for a holiday visit in the home family. They were joined on Mr. George Nicholas, Jr. who rive Friday for ,a .holiday visit of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday for the day by Mr. and tends LSU in Baton Rouge, with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ander- John S. Lewis here and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ferguson and family len,t the weekend at 'home and ilrUg t as his guest Mr. Rick son and Miss Joyce Anderson. Mrs. W. R. Trask in Cen.treville. of Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. Mcs. T,:ask and daughter will O. K. Ferguson .and family. -pny of New Orleans, who Mr. R. E. Anderson of Key remain over and Mr. Trask will I Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Thomas -,0 attends LSU. West. Fla.. is expected to arrive join them ,for the New Year's and son of Biloxi are epected here Saturday for a Christmas holiday, to arrive on Friday for the Ellis Hammack of Wil- visit with his brother. Mr. W. D. is expecting to h,ave all Anderson. ,and family and sis- Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr., Christmas holidays with their children home during the Mrs. E. B. Robinson, Sr., families,, 1Vrs. Ray W. Farrar ters, Mrs. Zadie Faus and Mrs. ]ofCentrevtlle were overnight and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Matthews Her daughter, Miss Janie Ford and family. Hammack. ,arrived from 'guests of iVr. and Mrs. E. B. of Centreville. Mrs. Farr,ar's on Satucday of last week. 1Vr. and Mrs. G. R. Whetstone, Robinson. Jr., of Jackson on other son and ,his family, Mr. I unday, December Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Catch- ings, and iYr. and Mrs. W. H. Catchings went down to Baton Rouge Sunday evening to attend a cocktail party given by Mrs. Senn Catehin,gs ,arid her daugh- ter, Mrs. C. Y. Huff. at the home of Mrs. HuH. Friends of Mr. Delos Day of Natchez, formerly of Crosby, will be sorry .to learn that he is hos- pitalized in Field Memorial in Centreville, and we join in wish- ing him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Day ,and Kathy spent a few hours here Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lucille Buckle. be- fore going on to Centreville to visit with her husband. MERRY CHRISTMAS To You From son-ln-l, aw and daughter, Sr., of Tallulah, La, spent the 16, having and Mrs. Glenn Thomas, Jr., Mrs. Myrtle Wisner weekended and Mrs. Bob Certelyou,, weekend here wit'h his siter, gone especially to see their and childcen of Marietta, a., in Terry with her sls,ter, Mrs. rrive this weekend from Mrs. Johnnie V. Phares, and grandsons. Barney and John are to come in on Saturday for Leila ders, and Mrs. Ander's d, Fla.. and coming from they were expected back this Green. take part in the Christ- a Christmas holiday visit with son-in-law and .daugh;ter, Mr. for the weekend will weekend to spend the holidays I mas program given by the Coy- ,Mrs. Farrar and Mrs. Thomas's and Mrs. H. L. P,uckett. On Sun- ' enant Presbyterian Church in I parents, Mr. and rs. E. M. day they all .drove over o Mcgee son and daughter-in-law, Ivisiting with family membens i th.at city. Wade of Hollywood, La. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Zeke n,d Mrs. Dwight Hammack. here. Yew. Mr. Yew yeas principal of [i{tli the Beechstand School in the 1949%. Everyone At Piggly Wiggly CHRISTMAS TURKEYS SUPER TASTE Hens or Hens 85C Toms 73c 00ES- WE HAVE BRYAN HAMS SUGAR FRESH PRODUCE CELERY, stalk 17c reen ONIONS, each 14c I Ilrll I BUTTERBALL Armour GOLD STAR Hens 89c DEL MONTE 3 for 79c 303 can Cut Green Beans 6/75c Buffet Can Tomato Sauce 303 Can rge Extra Fancy RED DELICIOUS APPLES lb. PEAR HALVES Fruit Cocktail I' I I CONDENSED Eagle Brand Dime Brand Mrs. Smith's, Reg. 65c PIE SHELLS 5 lb. Domino With $15 Purchase 100 Bags LIPTON TEA COKE or SPRITE (No Deposit - No Return) 28 oz. 4 for 98c 49c $1.19 Reynold's 18"x25' H. D. FOIL 23c 28 oz. SHASTA 39c Club Soda Tonic Water 4/$1 3/98c Ginger Ale MILK 4 rolls Northern 45c TISSUE 2 pkg. 41c 55c 62c Gala 2's TOWELS 98c 2 ,for 89c 16 OZ. COFFEE MATE 89c ORANGES lb. 12c TANGERINES lb. 15c BANANAS lb. 10c lb. Can Snowdrift SHORTENING $1.29 gly Wiggly 303 can ole or Jellied 00P'ANBERRY 4/99c C. M. Treppen&hl & Sons, Inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon : I..T. I  .. ! . .  .  .I . .t  l We have been asked to remind local residents that the Wood- vllle Jaycees and Jaycettes will sponsor a New Years Eve Dance at Club South of the Border, with 'music to be furnished by the "Soulful 6." Tickets may ,be purchased ,from any member with reservations guaranteec only on advance ticket pur- chases. IVr. and Mrs. John Woodfin and daughter, Betsy, a,e visit- ing with her father, Mr. Warren White, Mrs. White and daugh- ter, Linda, for the holidays. Mr. Woodfin has just been released ream the Navy and they will be making their ,home in the fu- ture in Burns, Oregon. Too Late To Classify LOST: Two Cat.,houla dogs, one speckled male and one black female, north of Fort Adam.s Reward for ,return. Call John C. He .wes, 888-3941. 12/21/1v FOR SALE: 10.5 acres timber- land, 1 miles north of Main Street. Centreville. Creek access and plenty of gravel road ac- cess. $270 per ,acre. Phone (504} 892-4470, Rt. 1, Box 264A, Abita Springs, La. 70420. 12/21/4w :)R SALE: Honda 250, 4 cycle, tafl and street motor bike. Call John Campbell, 645-5522. 12/21/tf PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take on low payment .,balance. Write before e serd truck. Joplin Piano, P. O. Box 103, Panama City, Fla. 32401. 12/21/lw FOR SALE: RCA Victor 21-inch back and white TV with new tube. Will sell for actual cost of new tube, $85 plus tax. Call Centrevllle. 645-5758 after 6 p.m. 12/21/lw LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PAROLE I, Willie Conners, No. 33778, am applying to the State Parole Board for Parole. I was convicted in Wilkinson County in 1969 for 15 Yeurs and sentenced to the State Peniten- tiary far: Armed Robbery. Willie Connors Date 12/7/1973 12/21/2w Page 7 IIII I UlII :\\; We'd like to take time out of our busy schedule to wish you and yours the happiest of holiday seasons nd thank you for your patronage! WOODVILLE FURNITURE & ELECTRIC CO. III I on eart0 Let peace ring out for all this holiday season and bring the true joy of Christmas to you and your loved ones. McGehee Motor Pads, Inc.