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Th-e Woodville Republkar00, Woodville, M;sslsslppi Page 3 June 8, 1973 HONORS : BRIDE.TO_BE MR. AND MRS. WILLIE HAZLIP PLAN GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION A reception has been planned to honor lr. and Mrs. Willie G. Hazlip on the occasion of MORE LOCAL STUDENTS MILLER-TRIGG VOWS ON COLLEGE HONORS LIST SAID IN RICHTON Mississippi State 3,112 stu- dents a'L Mississippi State Uni- Miss Marsha Pauline Trigg, versity were named to the Pros- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Marcus ident's and Dean's List dur-]Leo Trigg, Sr. of Richton, and ing the Spring semester. [Mr. James Madison Miller• II. President's List scholars are 'son of Mr. and Mrs. William those students who make a 3.5 Jesse Miller of Woodville, ex- :,Mrs. Audrey D. In,man and ,:_rs. Earl Wayne Spillman hon- re.d Mrs. Betty Smiley McKey Th h a miscellaneous shower on . ursday May 31 ,from four to ,. o'clock in the afternoon at thcir 5eth wedding anniversary. lle , work. Inman home. Mrs. McKey Mr. and Mrs. Hazlip were I !:)a to be wed to Mr. Carl D'A- .married on June 21, 1923, in .i'qUllla, Jr, on June 15. Wilkinson County, where they .[' Mrs. In'man t,he honoree and have resided for the past fifty I mother, Mrs. Wilford. B. years. [ and the mother of the Sunday, June 24, is the l -to-be Mrs. Carl that their children have so- or better ave,rage out of a pos- sible 4.0, who receive no failing grades, and who :take at least 12 hours of course work. Dean's List students .must make at least 3.0, have no falling grades, and take at least 12 hours of course President's List students from changed marriage vows on Sat- urday, May 26, at three o'clock in the afternoon at Richton United Methodist Church. The Roy Martin Luther McCo,rmick, Jr., officiated at the double ring ceremony. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mr. Paul Lee Wilkinson County are as fol- at the organ. Mr. Carroll F.ree- lows: Enloe M. Kee, III, Julia man sang "Jesu, Joy of Man's M. Montfc,rt, II. and Susan E. Desiring," "I'll Walk with God," 1t. K. SMITHS IIONORED ON WEDDING ANNIVERSARY I Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and daughters. Wanda. Shirley and Lynn. of MeComb arrived ,Sunday to visit hK father and I. sister, Mr. D. N. Williams and Mrs. France Breedlove, for a few days. IVrs. Margie Haygood returned re the University of Southern Mississippi Sunday to begin the summer quarter. Mrs. Boyce Dover of Wood- ville and Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr.. and daughter, April,, :isited atives in Baton Rouge last Wed- nesday• s u Mr. and Mrs. R. E. We.b.'y and Mr. Burlin Morri and _ons, William. T:m and Eric. all of • ) her !: railey am ii'.r.ide,groom i:':°'qUill]a, received guests. !!: he serving table was. covered "I tha white cut-work cloth . Ith Pink underlay. An a,rrange- Rosetta-Darrington Road. :aaeat of pink roses and Queen Friends and relatives are ln- i . - s ,ace centered the table, vited through this medium to ¢t Pink candles in crystal attend the ,two to four o'clock I elders flanked the arrange- event. i, ent. z r  'r.oughout the party area. • . . ", ) '0Stesses were Mrs. Geo.rge ( nda and Misses Jo Ann Davis. }Y D'A-- • quilla, Susie Wayne }lllraan and Renee Inman-teh Mrs. McKey wore a w " !eet length dress with a tiered :Irt of eyelet lace. and a white ' rnation corsage: . The hostesses .gift to the hen- blender. wn guests who at- the party included Mrs. T. Ratcliff of Liberty and Irma Butler, ,Mrs. George Mrs. Earl DuBose, and Mary B. Ratcliff. all of Whetstone. land "The Lord's Prayer•" Mrs. Dean's List students are as Fred Mixon of New Orleans gave follows:. Edna Brannan Berry- a pro-nuptial reading of Eliza- looted .to host the reception hill and Virginia M. Treppen-I beth Bar, felt Browning's poem, which will be held at the home dahl. ]"How Do I Love Thee.',', As a of Mr. ,and Mrs. Hazlip on the [benediction, "Desiderata was Midshipman David Treppen- ., read by Dr. I. Blaine Quarn- da.hl, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. strom, Chairman of the Uni- Treppendahl and a third-year versify of Southern Mississippi student at the U. S. Naval Acad- Theatre Department. emy, Annapolis, Md., achieved The bridal party formed be- l a 3.72 average out of a possible fore a background of greenery Woodville. visited Mr. and,Mrs. H. E. Smith Sunday afternoon. Mrs Ronald McCbe and daughter. Kelly, of Gloster vis- ited parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman. St.. Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyae Priest and children of St. Franc isville vis- i,tcd her mother, MrS. Louise Day, Sunday. Mr. Graciy Murray accompa- nied his brother, Mr. Malcohu yrs. Diane Boykin and Mrs. , VOnne Stutzman, sisters of the PATIO PARTY IS COURTESY 'aOnoree served punch and .rureIster'd guests. The register The Carter Percy home at Weyanoke the was setting Sat- ble was covered with a white  urday evening for a patio party th and held an arrangement hone,ring two area couples to  Cannas and greenery. Gladioli, be married in June, Ml:-:s Judy ;annas and daisies were used Montfort and Mr. Eric Trevll- llon and Miss Geri Allen Peele and Mr. Jerry Foster• Host and hosteses for the 8 o'clock event were Miss Anne Percy and Mr. and Mrs, Patrick Lewis. The guests, some 80 in num- ber, gathere: on the spacmus patio. Tiki lanterns lined the 4.0 during the pabst semester at the Academy. Catherine Conerly of Centre- ville was one of 26 students with a 3.5 average at Southwest Mississippi Junior College, Sum- mit, and was named to the Dean's List for the second se- mester just ended there. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Trevil- lion included Mr. Robert Mor- and white spiraled candelabra• Murray, home Friday after vis- Centerllng the altar was a mixed Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Smith were iting in Leggett, Texas, for a arrangement of spring flower,s, honored in their home on their Mars Hill News few weels. The bride, escorted to the [58th Wedding Anniversary, Sun- Mrs. Charles Welsh and altar by her fa.ther wore a two-, day afternoon May 27. with Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, April, visited her hus- piece, floor length walking suit open-house hosted by their son Walter Cavin were Mr. and Mcs. i:and's grandmother. Mrs. Bob of candlelight crepe fashioned and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Rua sel Ford of Woodville and Keller, Saturday, and Mrs. by Mrs. Al'me Williamson of Emith of Little Rock. her sons-in-law and daughters, I Keller returned to Baton Rouge Waynesboro, aunt of the bride. 'Mr. and Mrs Ronald Black. and, with her to spend Sunday with The tailored jacket of the suit Relatives and friends called children, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Welsh• :featured wide lapels and full tk.xoughout the afternoon in George Weathers, and girls of t Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sturdivant sleeves with fitted cuffs from their honor. The home was dec-, Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. and son of Houston• Texas, w;=:- elbow to wrist. The bride's full- crated with a profusion of potted Cavin and Charles and Wanda ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. brimmed hat of natural ,traw plani's and flower arrangements and Miss Mary Ashby. , Tommie G. Sturdivant. Satur- row, Webb; Mr. Buck Endter. was enhanced by a band of throughout. ] Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and day. Mr. D. N. Williams visited Mr, Aberdeen; Mr. Robert Fennell, candlelight ribbon and a fresh The serving tzble was overlaid children moved in,to their trail- ,a-8 Mrs. T. A. Williams, in with a hand made Switzerland walkway to the hou:se and il- luminated the lawn. The patio and den were decorated with wild hy=/rangeas, daisies, jas- ,mine, potted phmts and other fresh flowers. The honored couples were presented hand made needle- .point wedding picttres in green and gold velvet frames. Miss Montfort is the daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. Best Montfort of Woodville and Mr. Trevillion is the son of Mr. Dorsey Trevil- and Mrs. C. A. Canova Eon and the late Mrs. Trevillion the Ole Miss gradua- of Woodville. Miss Peele is the exercises on May 20 at daughter of M,r. and Mrs. time their son Charles Fleming Peele of GIozter and Canova, Jr., his de- Mr. Foster is the son of Mr. and in Mrs. Keith Foster of Gloster. Lake ,Bruin La.; Mr. Don Cross. gardenia and she carried a cos- Jackson; Me. Paul Phillips cede bouquet of gardenias and Brookhaven; Mr. Eddie Jones, Laurel; Mr. A1 Torrence, Bran- don; Mr. George Cunningham, Marks; Miss Anita Berry, Natch- ez; Mr. Reggle Shurden, lVl]r. Ralph Vanlandingham, Mr. Ron, stephanotis encircled by ivy. Mrs. Morris Taylor Sheffield of Hattiesburg and Mrs. Robert Faulkner of Braddock Heights, Maryland, served as matrons of honor. They wore identical floor embroidered cloth. The center- piece was yellow .rose buds in a footed, crystal bowl, flanked on one end by a bowl of golden punch, and on the other end by the five tier cake. On the buffet was a center piece of nle Inman, and WilHams, Drew; Graham, Moscow. Lois McKee, Miss Sissy Stock- well, Miss Dana Jones, and Mr. Raymond MeKee, Baton Rouge. Mr, and Mr,s. Aubrey Morse and son, Chuck, of Amite, La., Wettlin Treppenda,hl of Wood- were Sunday guest$ here of Mrs. ville. roomsmen were Alton C. G. MeGehee and Miss Mary G eno of Atlanta, Georgia, Mor- McGehee. rls Taylor Sheffield of Hattie:s- Mr. Jimmy length walking cults of pink yellow rose buds flanked by yel- Mr. Bobby crepe, styled along the lines of II°w candles in crystal holders Ark.; Miss the bride's suit, with short_Ion each end. Punch, cake nuts. brimmed bonnets of natural mints and cheese straws were ,served throughout tlae evening.. 'straw tied with pink ribbons. Each carried an old-fashioned nosegay of pink tea roses. Serving as best men were Gary ones of Greenville and Several numbers of music and song were .rendered honoring Mr. and Mr's. Smith by Hal E. Farrar of Palmer. Alaska. anti Mrs. Norman Chaffin of Baton Rouge. Relatives and friends coming from out of 'own included: Mr. er house and had a new well Church Hill Saturday and m- drilled Saturday. We axe happy gerber they v.s:ted her sister. to have new neighbors move in. Mrs. Hp.;ter Guready, in We:. Mrs. M,attle Whitehead of Monroe• La.. Sunday. Natchez .spent several days last r. and Mrs. Jim Perry of week in Gloster with her broth- Litchfield, Michigan vl.:ited his or-in-law and sister, Mr. and brother and sister-in-law. Mr.. Mrs. Sydney Decker, and also and Mrs. Mitchell Perry, Sat- visited Mrs. Alice Cavin. urday. M,r. and Mrs. Sydney Decker Mr. and Mrs. William Rym:!,r visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ar- and children. Todd. Jeffrey and nold Saturday evening. Lelsa, of Natchez visited their Mr. James Perry and his pa,rents. Mr. and Mrs Rayford mother. Mrs. Beatrice Perry, of Temple and Mr. and Mrs. Gor- Silver Creek, we,re guests of Mr. don Rymer, the past weekend. and Mrs. Bob A.hley Tuesday. Friends of the family will re- We extend our sincere sym- gret to hear of the passing of -'-,  " --" Mrs Robert ]Mrs' Dassie Lee Temple who Luttrell of League City Texas, was "'"  - "'" o.rm Ias, t Wedne,. She "- *h- sufld;'n death of theirana Mr. Temp.e were mrmer Wilkinson son. Robert, Jr. Mrs. Lu, ttrell is[ County rs:dents and her granddauhte Mrs David the farmer Miss Hazel White-I ' "' " ' ' iiiAi.i!i::!; ..... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :i::::::::::iii .... .":!i:? ,.? ..!]:: ....... Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, JUNE 7 - 9 Blue Plate Breast-O-Chicken CHUNK TUNA 51c 28 oz. Kraft, Reg. or Smoke MAYONNAISE I BBQ SAUCE 53c | quart | 73c . Community • , COFFEE, lb. 85c 160 Count Dutch Ann PIE SHELLS 25c Northern NAPKINS 33c THE VARIETY SHAClt Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 burg, Thomas Ma,rshall Elias of and Mrs. Svend Treppendahl, Laurel, and Marcus Leo Trigg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Best and Jr., brother of the bride, of son. Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Mac head. Wayne Williams, lives in Ro- se,to. Richton. Best. Joe and all of Wc would like to correct a Mr. and Mrs. Barney Metcalfe For her daughter's wedding, Woodville: Mr. and Mr. Billy mistake in last week's column, and daughter, Wanda. of Co,n- Mrs. Trigg wore a street length Williams. Terc,a. Beverly and Mrs. Betty Cooper and daughter treville vis',ted their son-in-law suit of ,pink knit. Mrs. Miller Carrel. Mr. and Mrs. Norman of Rayville, La.. did not pand and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. chose a street length dress of I Chef fin, Svend. Retta. Lizan. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell Perry, Sunday. Wanda soft coral knit• Both mothersi Sire, Phillip and Bill. all of Roberts. stayed to visit for a few days. wore white orchid corsage,s. Baton Rouge; and Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Irene Cavin and Charles Mrs. Betty Jo Li.ttle and chin Car,tel Smith of Pond. and Wanda were Sunday guests dren, Mia.s Linda and Master Reception l Editor's Note: Our readers of her sister, Mrs. Louise Ashley, Chp Little.. of Birmingham, A reception in ,the church will be interested in the above and family and spent a while Alabama. arrived Sunday eve- fellowship .hall followed the story which appeared in a re- with her son-in-law and dough- ning to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. E. wedding ceremony. Guests were cent issue of the Carlisle tArk. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby John- Smith for a few days• greeted by Miss Beverly Trask inde;endent, since both Mr. son. on her way back to Baton Mrs. Arbor Wisher and dourlY- of Bogalusa, Louisiana, who rand Mrs. Smith, the formex Miss Rouge. ters, Wanda and Teresa. of presided at the brlde'.s register. . Mary Ellen Best. are natives of Mr. Douglas Day of Natchez Jack:son. La., visi, ted her brother- A ,white linen cloth covered Wooflville and have many role- visited his parents. Mr. and Mr.s. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. the white organdy skirt of the tires and friends here.) i Walter Day, Sunday. Lloyd Forman. Jr., Saturday. bride's table which featured .he] ............. '-- ....... five-tie,red wedding cake topped  • I U II with bride and groom beneath, an arch of wedding bells• An' arr, angement of silver cande-. labra with tea roses and green- Fred Nettervi00le and Raymond Olive ery graced the table. Mrs. Ronald Lahaim and Mrs. Tommy Steele, assisted by Mrs. Michael Justice Scott of .Mobile, ]Alabama, Miss Chariot,tO Cumbo ,of Woodville, Miss Gall Bearden Announce The Opening Of [of Natchez, and Mrs. Marcus Leo Trigg, Jr., presided at the bride's table. For her wedding trip, the bride changed into cuffed slack ||' which matched the tailored ULlVi;; jacket of her wedding ensemble, complemented by red acces- sories. FINE MEN'S WEAR The young couple will be in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for ,the summer, where they are under contract to work in pro- fessional summer theatre. Out-Of-Town Guests day ,or Mon , J une 11th wedding and reception included Mayor and Mrs. Salon Mulhol- land of Carthage, Ensign aria Mrs. Gerald P. Brieve of Pensa- cola; Mr. and Mrs. G. F, Hart- High wig and Mrs. Irving Thomas way 61 North - St. Catherine's Plaza Jones of Hattiesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Scott of Mobile, Alabama; Mrs. Howard Hollings- NATCHEZ worth, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, and Mrs. T. P. John'son of Laurel; Mrs. R. L. Hava,rd of Olost'er; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mixon and Miss Martha Anne Duval of New Orleans: and Mrs. Lelsa M WATCH OUR NEXT ISSUE FOR BIG OPENING Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lumpkin, Mrs. James M. Cutrer, Jr., Mrs. Charles A. Plitt, Sr., WEEK SPECIALS! Miss Lyn Falkenheiner, Mrs. George E. Dooley, Miss Vonnie Netterville, and lWrs. Emerson Berryhill, all of Woodvllle,