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Friday, June 15, 1973 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Th-e Wo-odville RepubllcaFb Woodville, Missssppl Perrytown News 1 While vacationing, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cru.mholt and Tally Boy and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Th]bodeaux and Sharon of Ba- ton Rouge are spending some time wi, th the for, reefs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip. Other visitors during the week were Mr. Joe Bryant of Nashville, i Tenn., Mrs. Tyrus Cobb .and Cathy of Crosby, Mrs. Steven B. I Hayes and Kresti Michelle, and i Mrs. Patrick Thomas of Baton Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sibley and, Jeff and a friend, Randy Richard. Visiting in the home of Mr. Mrs. Elvin Perry, St. were Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, J., of Natchez. Mr. Earl Cavin is in Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. El'ton Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Perry were guescs in the home of Mr. end Mrs. Pharoah Percy. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dixon and son, Wesley, of Lib- erty ,and Buster Metcalf and Mrs. Theola Hazlip and Beverly. Rodger Perry and Steve Bass of Natchez visited in he home of Mrs. Emma Perry. Page 3 EDWARDS-DAY NUPTIALS SAID I Crosby News Rosetta News Citizens of Crosby are sorry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William to hear that Mrs. James Cahoon Ashley and sons, Tommy and has now moved to Mobile. Ala. Randy, of Baton Rouge visited Mrs. Cahoon left last Tuesday. The Wesley Hughes family re- tu,rned home from Vheir vaca- tion last week. The family went o Walt Disney World and ,then ,to Atlanta, Ga. Returning home with them were ,Mr. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. James L. McCabe and daughters, Renee and Ra- mona. of Winnsboro, South Car- olina, visited her paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Day, last retu,rned home after being a week. All of the youth of Crosby are glad that the area schools are out .for ,the summer, for their vacation from the books. The C,rosby Public Library Summer Reading Program be- gins Tuesday, June 12, and will continue for several weeks. The ummer'.s program is "Showboat Summer." Roy. and Mrs. Clyde Arender Smith, ,the pasL week. and Robert and John have re- I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greer of turned home from the Method- I Vidalia, La.. visited Mr. Geocge i,t Conference in Jackson. Mrs. Greet and Mrs. Bertha Sewart V. L Campbell ,has also re- Thursday turned from the meeting, l We" are' happy to report that Mr Buster Reeves is now out , Mrs. George Greer is now cecov- of Field Memorial Hospital and lering in the home of her son- is at home conTalescing, l in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurine Ma,rshall is back Mrs. Gurvis Ashley. Mr. and M, rs. Tom Ashley and Mrs. Louise Day Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Forman. Jr.. and daughter, April, and Mrs. Charlie Brabham, Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. Boyee Dove,r in Woodville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day and sons, Dale and Grog, of Gon- zalas, L.. visited his .moth:r, Mrs. Louise Day, Sunday. Master Lynn Harvester has patient in Univerzity Medical Center in Jackson. Mrs. Har- vester will take her son back to the hospital soon for further treatments, and they need your prayers Mrs. Betty Jo Little and son. Master Chip Little, of Birm:.ng- ,ham. Ala.. returned home Sat- urflay after visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs., H. E. Visiting in the home of Mr. I I1 Natchez las,t weekend was ,their I daughter, Lynn Perry, who Is I spending ,the summer with Mrs. I Jl ]El! Emma Pezry. Guests in the home of Mrs. from a vacation lsit to Miami, Distict Superintendent and Fla.. and Walt Disney World. Mrs. H. C. Peden visited RosetLa Mrs. V. L. Campbell is visit- Uni'ted Methodist Church Sun- ing her daughter and family, Mr. day and held. the morning serv- The ma,rriage of Miss Eudora and Mrs. Jimmy Temple and ice. Nina Sturdlvant were Mr. and. Jane Day to Mr. James Henrylf hors d'oeuvres were served. Jimmy. Mrs. Ruth Nevels of Gloster Mrs. Mac Sturdivant and li'ttle Edwards, III, was solemnized on Miss Janell Hime] of Port Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Molloy and and Mrs. Della Edwards of Bir- Annie and Chris, Mr. and. Mrs. Saturday afternoon at three Alien pze,sidefl at the bride's Linda are visiting relatives in mingham, Alabama, visited Mrs. Ken Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. o clock in the century old St. register, and assisting as hos't- Baton Rouge this week. Jessie Mac Speigh'ts Tuesday. Billy Sturdivan, and Mr. and Crosby has new officials for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Perry of Mcs. Rky,mond Sturdivan't and lJseph's Catholic Church here esses were the bride's aunts, family, all of Na,tchez. wl'th the Rev. John Neimeyerl Mrs" John Laniu;s of Jackson the next four years. They are Litchfield Michigan visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Day of Baton as follows: Mayo, Albert Case: and Mrs. Mitchell Percy the pst Mrs. Jewel Anders is still inl fficiating at 'he ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Rouge. Serving as tea gils were Aldermen, Frank Davis. Oscar/weekend" --- the hospital in Cen,treville. We ! ,the bride's sisters. Mrs. Steve Hughes, James Reeves Pat Mol- Mr. andof CrosbyMrS' LoganannounceHarotdthe At, the present time she is wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilton Day i Mr. Ed Byrd and Messrs. James I Visiting in the home of Mrs. of Woodville, formerly of Baton Gerhart of Austin. Texas. and toy, and Paul Pritchard; Town and Virgil Sturdivan,t of Natch,z .mentAnn, tofLeetheirAllendaUghter'Queen a member of the faculty of I Lee Perry last weekend was Mrs. Rouge, while the bridegroom is Mrs. Robert Lee of Baton Rouge; Clerk, Mrs. Earline Reeves. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. the son of Captain and Mrs: Iher niece, little Miss Teresa Day Many citizens of Crobsy would Sturdivant the past weekend. of Baton Rouge: and Miss Pa- like ,to thank Mr. Kenneth Petty Miss Debbie Mitchell and Mr. Of Iouston, Texas, son of Mrs. Cypres-Fairbank High School Ruby Mae Cavln of Natchez. 'J,ames H. Edwards, Jr., of Met-Irici a Ann Bonnister of Austin. for his last four years of de- Edward Metcalfe of Centreville hllen Marshal Queen and'the in Houston, who,re she. ceaches The ladles of ,the Perrytown alrle, Louisiana. late Mr. Queen of Wills Point, English ]Church of Christ honared Mrs. Texas, formerly of Midland. The prospective bridegroom is I Nlna Sturdtvant wlh a house- A handsome arrangement of Texas. voted service and duty to the visited Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell daisies and English ivy was fen- I For traveling, the b rid e town of Grosby. Petty has served Perry Friday. daughter of Mrs. Alvin Lee and the late Mr. Perry of Wills warming shower Sunday. tured in the foyer of the chu,rch, I changed into a pant suit of willingly and with exuberant denim blue .and white. Follow- energy trying to help the town daughter, Wanda Gall. of Cen- ]3on d, S,r., and the late Mr. Bond The bride-elect is the grand- the grandson of Mrs. L. C. Perry Point. Texas. and of Mrs. John in Dallas. He is presently em- ployed as an accountant with ueen of Hobbs, New Mexico. The Offshore Company in ttous- of Baton Rouge .and of the late Allen Queen and the late Mr. Mr..and Mrs. Jame.s Logan Mol- 10y of McMinnville. Tennessee. Mr. Queen graduated f,rom ton. .graduate of Glos,ter High Rcbert E. Lee High School in I The wedding is planned for SChool,  Molloy received a Midland. He is a graduate of two o'clock in he afternoon on IA. deg'rcv from Mississ,ippi Texas Tech University in Lttb-' J,uly 21 at St. ,Luke's "United tate College for Woman in 1969. hock and Control Da,ta Institu,te Methodist Church in Houston. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, JUNE 14 - 16 Large 10 oz.  '12 ' Shasta w 9 ounce oz. A.y Flavor Salad CHERRIES 9 oz. 35 I DRINKS I t 10- 99c ,' Rainbow 16 oz. , .... Case $2.35 Hamburger DILLS 35c Del Monte 303 SWEET PEAS 4-$1 Jim .Dandy PI. or S. R. MEAL 5 Ibs. 49c Parson's lemon or regular AMMONIA 28 oz. 27c Fish Fri t . * ,00oz /, oyal Oak k' Gala Jumbo TOWELS 3 for $1.00 | CHARCOAL000 00-II I lb. Hunt's 300 size $1.39 fl II MANWICH 37c SUN PINE OIL 28 oz. 45c THE VARIETY $HAC, ii Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 Mrs. Barney Metcalfe and a motif which was repeated on the altar, flanked by burning ing a short wedding trip; ,the in many ways to make it better treville visited her son-in-law tapers in tiered candelabra, young couple will make their for the area, county, and state and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Decorations for the church were home in Freeport, Texas. of Missixsippi. Mitchell Perry, Saturday. done by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Rehearsal Supper Mr. and Mr.s. Elton Perry of James Lanius of Alexand,ria. Captain ,and Mrs, James H Misses Ethel. Sheryl and Ann Gonzale.s, La. visited his brother Edwards, , Jr.,' .et?ltild .the E.dwacds, Mr. ,anfl .Mr.fDonald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch- bouisiana, assisted by Mrs. Earl members . Of" the EdEClsDay tlwards, Scot' Edwards, Ocean ell Perry, Sunday. Plltt and MrS. Henry T. Shel,ton. wedding party and families at Springs; Dr. and Mrs. Legrand Mrs. Ma,rgle Haygood of Mrs. K. R. Miller provided a a rehearsal supper on Friday Audioun, Biloxi; Mr. and Mrs. Southwest Junior College, Sun]- program of nuptial music at the evemng at Club South of the W P. Mitchell, Miss Ann Mitch- mi, visited her parents, Mr. and organ for the occasion. Border. ell, Senator and Mrs. Perrin Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr.. the past The bride, given in marriage Out-Of-Town Guests Purvis, Tupelo; Mr. and Mcs. weekend. by he,r father wore a floor- Out-of-town guest coming Edward Jackson, Metairie, La.;] Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of length white gown of heavily here for the Edwards-Day nup- Mrs. L. H. Herman, Hahnvflle. C'entceville and Mr. and Mrs. embroidered cotton batiste. The tials included: Capt. and Mrs. La.; Mrs. H. H Herman, New William Ry,mer and children of wide lace-trimmed collar formed David Wheat, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crlean, s; Mrs. John Lanius, Natchez visited their parents. a V-neckline and crossed to Sancton, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mia-:es Dale and Debbie Lanius, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, define the empire waistline with A Mancuso, Sr.. Miss Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills, Jack- Sunday. a belted effect at the back. Her Mancuso. Mts Malinda Man- son; iVr. and Mrs. James Lanius, Miss Debbie Murray returned elbow-length veil was held in cuso, Mark Mancuso. Capt. and Alexandria, La.; Mr. Mike Kelly, home Saturday after visiting fc place 'by ,a wreath of pink sweet- Mrs. T. J. Bjerke. New Orleans; Misses Carol and Kathlecn Kelly, a fw weeks with relatives in heart roses and daisies. She Capt. and Mr, s J. M. Ajubita, Atlanta, On.; Mrs. James Tucker, Louisville. carried a bouquet of matching Covington, La.; Dr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Malcolm Tucker, Mrs. J. A. Mrs. James Livingston of flowers with English ivy and a lHarwell Dabbs. Memphis. Tenn.; Tucker, Mr. and Mr.s.R.M. Day, Hammond. La., and Crosby vis- linen and lace handkerchief Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Dabbs. Rock- Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Day, Mrs. ited her mother, Mrs. Bob Kel- brought to her f, rom Brussels by her aunt. Mrs. H. M. Harris of Baton Rouge. Miss Brenda Grant of Shreve- port, Loui,iana, was matron of honor while the bride's sisters, Misses Patrlcia and Amy Day, we,re bridesmaids. Their gowns of green ,and whi,te checked gingham were ,fashioned along similar lines to that of the bride's. The attendan carried I nosegays of daisies and ivy. All the dresses were made by the bride's ziste,r-in-law, Mrs. Thomas E. Day of Baton Rouge. Mr. Edvcrds served his son as best man, and groomsmen were Mr. Ronald Mancuso of Metairie and Mr. Jerry Malone of Natchitoches, Louisiana. Altar boy was the 'bride's brothar, WllMam Day. Mrs. Day chose for her daugh- ter's wedding ,a pink formal gown with long-line bodice and Jacket of cotton lace above a sheer pleated skirt. Mrs. Ed- wards' gown was a floor-length ,model of checked green and white voile with hipline pleated skirt. Reception Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at ,the Days' antebellum home on Church Street here. In the dining room the bride's table wa's overlaid with an Irish linen clcth centered with a colorful bridal arrangement of ,rose, Queen Anne's lace, statice and baby's :breath on a tall crystal pedestal. The handsome columned wedding cake with the traditional miniature b r i d a 1 couple .was placed at one end of the long table and a punch bowl at ,the other Arrangements of magnoMa blossoms and gladioli with dai- sies ,and mixed summer flowers were noted elsewhere through- out the party suite and on the ',lawn where ptinch and a variety wood, Tenn.: Mrs. James H R..E. Lee, Mr. ,and Mrs. H. H. ler; Saturday. Edwards Sr.. Mrs. Cecelia Harris, Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith attended the Brand t, Miss Ethel Schubert, Mrs Steve Gerhart, Austin, Drane-Hinson wedding Friday Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Edwards. Texa:. , evening m Natchez -- ' -- ...... I I I \\; Fred Netterville & Raym00:00d Olive Announce the Grand Opening of Olive's Fine Men's Wear Hwy. 61 North - St. Catherine Plaza Natchez, Miss. June 13, 14, 15 and 16 (Wednesday thru Saturday) NAM? BRAND SUITS $70 thru $125 FREE Refreshments - Drawing for FREE suits, shirts, ties @ Rattner and Sewell Suits Shirts by Hathaway, Excello, Munsingwear, Puritan 0 Hubbard and Glen Oak Slacks @ Hickock and Torino Jewelry & Belts OHanes Wear \