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December 28, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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Page 8  Mr. and Mrs. Myrl A. Flowers spent Christmas Eve night and " Christmas Day with their son- .... - " i in-law and daughter, lVr. and I Mrs. Harry Lawson, and da,ugh- ter, of Coushatta, La. Visiting during Chcistmas wi'th M,r. J. E. Habig of Met,airie Mr. and Mrs. Ed HendeLrson' the E,merson Berryhills were their son-in-law and daug, hter, La., i spending a week's. Christ- and family are spending the Mr. and Mrs. Randy tzlen, of mas vaca:tion with his parents, Christmas holidays visiting with The Woadville Republican, Woodville Misslssippi Friday, December 28, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Townsend Mr. Gary Davis of Gretna La.,I Friends of Mrs. Nettle McKey I Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Gra- spent Sunday through Tuesday 'spent Christmas here vlsitinglwill be sorry to learn that she1 ham and Suzette and Bobby of in Mangum. La., visiting her members of his family, l is very ill in a Plaquemine, La., Moscow, Ark., visited during brother-in-law and sister, Mr. f hospital. Her son, Mr. Hugh Christmas week with their chll- and Mrs. Cliff Phillips. Mrs. C, G. McGehee .and MlSS/McKey ' is with her dren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ChaP- . Mary McGehee spent Christmas l " man and Jennifer and Miss Mr, .and Mrs. Jimmy McGraw visiting in the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shuff Sharon Graham. The Chapmans spent the Christmas holidays Mrs. L. B. Watt in Baton Rouge. of Leesville. La.. were guests of spent Christmas Day in Natchez visiting with their parents, Mr. her mother, Mrs. James Belle with Mr. Chapman's family. and Mrs. Robe:t McGraw here I Mr. John D. McConnell of Ba- Isle, and son, Jim, for a few and Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" ton Rouge w,as a Ch,ristmas days last week before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed Mcore and family at Plains. La. guest here in the home of his and Mrs. Steve Reed of Pinck- Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Habig, Sr. his fa,ily in Kinder, La. I Jacksn" l uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. an Mrs. Calvin Cage and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bcundst The Junior Irwin Russell Club Mr. and Mrs. D. Hines Bran- John S. Lewis. family went up o N, atehez to spent Christmas in New Orlean.s will mce at Elsinore, home of nan, Jr., of Houston, 'Texas,' spend C:ristmas Day with her with ter brother and sis:ter- Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, Jr., a,pent the Ohristmas holidays I-oliday guests in the home larents, Mr. and Mrs. U. F. in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Richard on Thursday, January 10, at here with his mother, Mrs. D. H. of Mr. a, nd Mrs. M. D. Treppen- Vails, and family. Fowler. 3:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Borland Mrs. Margaret Reed of Pinck-1 Mr. and Mrs. Eft Smith spent c,f Louisville are spending this ney.ville spent Christmas with the Christm, as holidays with week visiting Ivlrs. Gertrude he,r son and daughter_in_law, i their son-in-law .and daughter, Wheelcr and family and Mr. iMr. an:] Mrs. McGehee Reed. Mr. and M, rs. John B Cortelyou, Borland is working in the City and family. They were j.oined in Houston, Texas. Dl'ug Store for the rest of the l for Christmas Day by Mr. and t Mr. and Mrs. James Thee week after Christmas. Mrs George Kearney and fam-lw r , f , h n rv , ': ily. ' I'-'t- o, O_ns_Orvisitors here ..... in" _ere Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McGehee, [Christmas the nd daughters Misses Vickie t Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smith had home of their son-in-law ana nd Donna. spet the day Sun- all of their Children home for daughtew, Mr. and Mrs. Wettlin day before Christmas with his Christmas. Those coming here I Trepp endahl. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse[were Leroy, Jr., ,of Memphis, I' Mr. and" 1Yrs. John T. Turner, McGehee of Liberty, and Chrlst- Tenn.. and their son-in-law and Jr and two children of Hous- Barney and John Green. of mas Day with .her mother, Mrs. I aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank iton ' Texas, are spending a hell- Jackson spent Christmas with Chester Southern, in Mangum, iSelman, who attend Missisippilday vacation with t;heir mothers, Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl M. Treppen- Do. State. Mrs. Alma Denstel and Mrs. daahl, Jr. Edna Earle Turner, and family. Spendingthe day with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habig, Jr., and-d Mrs..Mac Best and family -. o and children, Ken and Laney, lon Sunday were .her brother- I " ,0 pent the day on Christmas with in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quen- E. B. Vitrans, of New Orleans. tin Stewart, and family of Mg- Mrs. Best's mother, Mrs. Ella nolia. Escaig, who has been visiting here, returned to her home in ? Mr, ,and Mrs. Harold Carter that city with them. .. and family of Ferrid,ay, La., and Mr. and Mrs. James D. Carter We are very sorry to learn :. and family of Plains. visited on that Mrs. Win. B. White's moth- Christmas Day with their moth- er, Mrs. Walter Wroten, of : .. or, Mrs. Wilmer Leake, and Mr. Natchez, has 'been quite ill in Leake. Jeffe,rson Davis .Hospital for some time. We hope she will Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Koonce and children of Metairie, La., soon be better and able to re- turn to her home. p p came up on Friday to spend Christmas with her parent, lr, Visiting the John Brondum and Mrs. Phayes Carter, and f.amily and Mrs. Dois Clark for NLI&IrlBI Y[A family. Joining them on Men-the day on Monday were Mr. day yeas another daughter, Miss and Mrs. Maxie Sturgeon and ...... : ..... Billie Faye Carter, also of Me- family of Hattiesburg. The airie. Brondums went over o Hattles- burg on Christmas to be Before theyearendswe'd like tothank Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Baca and his parents. Mr. ,and IVLrs. Pete you for your past patronage and to as daughter, Miss Le,.stey Jo, and Brondum, of that city. sure you of our continued desire to serve son, Edward, Of Houston, Tex., visited during the Christmas you through the coming year. holidays with her mother, Mrs.. Odile Wood, and other family members. The Wood family all gathered ,at the home of Mr. WoOdvilJe Furniture & Electric Co. and Mrs. Phayes Carter for ,helr yearly get-together and family Christmas dinner. mgngnMiumBungummnnnBulunnmunaiiinauuuuunBmmnnBRuBuBnninmRiuRuuMBw, and other family dahl have been their son, Mid- members and in Jackson with shipman David reppendahl. of members of her family, the U. S. Naval Academy, An- napolis, Md., and their daug,h- We are orry to learn that ters, Misse Jamsie and Liz Mrs, Milton Wheeler dislocated Treppendahl of Jackson. a knee on Christmas Eve and had to have surgery on Wed-', Visiting wi'th the Re'. and nesday of this ,week. We J,oin her Mrs. O. B. Beverly from Sunday many friends in wishing her a through Christmas Day were complete recovery soon. their son and daughte,r-in-l,aw, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Beverly, Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- and sons, Richard and Chris. ,of pendahl, III, and Christina of Jackson. The ,boys remained for Natchez and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. a longer visit with their grand- Robinson. Jr., ,and two sons, )arent.s. Visiting with the Earl Plitts for the Chrls'tmas holidays were their two sons. and daughters- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eat1 Plitt, Jr., and son, of Gulfport, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Plltt. and son of Jackson. The Milton Plitts' son, Matthew Christian, was christened at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Christmas morning. Spending the Christmas holi- days with .Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Whitake,r .and family were their son-in-law ,and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Maguire, and children of Marrero, La., and their daughter, Miss Clara Irene Whitaker. who .attends South- wes Junior College. Joining them for Christmas ,Day were the Rev. and Mrs. Warren Whit- aker and daughter of Wilkin- son. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammack wlere joined by the following family members to spend the Christmas ,holidays in DeRidder, La., with their son-inqaw and daughter, Maj. and Mrs. Charles Mr, ,and Mrs. Cage Chisholm H. Fairchild, and family: iYr. and Miss Sharon Graham went and Mrs. Wade Hammock and to New Roads, La., to visit Mrs. family f Vicksburg, Mr. ,and Chlsholm's family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elliott Hammock and baby "Sut" Ruiz nd family. Mrs. of Baton Rouge, and Mr. and Robert Skipper is spending a Mrs. David Scherbarth a,nd few days with her fami/ there children and Mrs. Myrtle Scher- while .Mr. Skipper is on off-shore barth of Pensacola, Fla. duty with an oil company. Mr. and Mrs. James McArthur and children, and Jim, of Demopolis, Ala.. were Christmas guests here in the home of her father. Mr. A. W. Treppendahl, and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Golden had the following as guests for neyville and her aunt. Miss Stella Guice of New Orleans, all drove up to Ja, ckson to spend Chris'tmas with Mrs. steve Reed's son-in-law ,and dough" Ler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, and children. several days during the Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Charles whet- mas holidays: Mr. and Mrs. stone have the following chil- Reggie Roberts and s:on, Lee. dren visiting during the ,hell- of Marrero La.. and Mr. and day's, Mr. and IVrs. charles Mrs. Jimmy Hays and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hays and their families, all of Baker, La. They all had dinner on Christmas with their mother. Mrs. John L. Hays. Mr. and Mrs,. Roberts .and Lee will remain here for the remainder of the week, while the other family members have returned to their homes. Whetstone, Jr., and daughter, Jennifer Ann, of Starkville, MiSS Susan Whetstone of MississiPPi State, and Mr. Clifford wet- stone of Southwest Junor Col- lege. Joining the family here or Wednesday for a visit were young Jennifer Aqn's maternal grandparents, Mr. and rs. Bill Rogers of Belzoni. I I Planters Hardware, Inc. From each of us associated with this firm we extend to our good friends and cus- tomers, our thanks for your patronage. "Qualil:y Merchandise Reasonably Priced" ON May the year ahead bring a lasting peace to the whole world.., and may it bring happiness to you. That is our wish for '74. Our Hardware Department will be closed for the day Saturday, Dec. 29th., for Inventory. C. M. Treppendohl & Sons, inc. STORE HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. We Do Not Close At Noon HHINNHHiHiIiNHNNiNNNmiHKHmNNnonIiNNHNBHUiNNNNI Visiting on Chrls.tmas Day with the Fred McCarstles were Mrs. McCarstle's mother, IVrs. Olivia Scott, of Doloroso, Mr. McCarstle-'-s mother, Mrs. Jo- hanna McCarstle, and. their son and daughter-in-lww, Mr. ad r. Clifton ,McCarstle, ,.nand children, all o*f Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. "Putt" Randall and son of ,Gautier, Mr. and Mrs. ::. . Jimmy Randall and family of Pinckneyville, and Mr. Wm. H. ;": '.':" Catchings,, Jr., who attends USM at Hattiesburg, and:Mr, and Mrs. Rory ICandall all spent Ohist- mas Day with Mr. ,and Mrs. W. H. Catchings and Char.lie Randall. by . e ry "II We 'have read' .much In the last few years about rioters, looters, mobs, and unruly ac- throughout the tions of people country. "People have a eight to ex- press themselves," we have said many times. That is truer But, people do not' have the right to take advan'tage of their fell0wman. There is no law that says a wrong ill make a right. A man who has just one leg nd, of ourse, |t's a|ways easier to is. foolish to CUt off the other raise your own personal P.Q. in a so they will match, i high community. I The annals of history tell us that there has a, lways been the constant struggle of mankind. Man has always been trying to achieve something. HiStory also tells us that man has never made lasting accomplishments by brute force. On the :other hand," no man has he right to stand in the way of another; ,to stifle his ob- jectives if they are pure, honest, and just. OURTHOuGHT TO REMEM- BER: Look. at both sides-yours and the other fellow's. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Phone 888-5871 WOODvlLLE, MISSISSIPPI