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June 22, 1973

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Friday, June 22, 1973 WOLFE-MULKEY NUI'TIALS IIEI.I) Deborah Ann .Mulkey I and Mr. Cary Lynn Wolfe were raarried in a candlelight cere- bony at the family home in Ctentreville on Saturday, May 26, at four o'clc'ck. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Nrancis H. Mulkey of entreville. recently of Baton l0uge, and Mr. and Mr.. Lynn A. Wolfe of Shreveport, LouisI- ann. TIe Rev. Glen E:lwards of Broadmoor Baptist Church in Baton Rouge performed the double ring ceremony before the parlor fireplace and in the co:np.nny of stone seventy-five relatives and gus[,s. Silver can- delabra, pink roses, dai.ies. Con- federate jasmine and magnolia filled, tlxe home, galleries, and Th-e Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss;sslppi garden for .the ceremony and the reception that followed. Mrs. Samuel Stebbins, Jr., of Jackson the bride's aunt, played the traditional wedding music and a cousin. Miss Melissa Hud- son of Bunk[e, sang "The Wed- ding Prayer." I The bride descended the ivy[ I and jasmine draped stairway ont I of her father. She wore / the arm l a raditional wedding gown of/ I dotted Swiss and lace with a ! hospital in Natchez where she fingertip veil of silk illusion had emergency surgery. Reports caught to a caplet of matching are that she is doing fine. lace. She carried a colonial Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shorey nosegay of pink rosebuds, dal- and baby of Huntsville, Ala.. sies and gypsophilia, are visiting their parents, Mr. The bride's only sLster, Mrs. Stephen M. Lymberis, III, of Oakdale, Louisiana. stood as maLron of honor. Little Miss Frances Eliza'beth Lymberis was junior bridesmaid and cmrried a basket of ricebags. Both wore pink dotted Swiss and carried colonial no.segays. Mr. Wolfe served his son as man, and Miss Cla,rece Wolfe, the bridegroom's sister, presided at the guest registry. The mothers and grandmothers of the couple were ushered by Madon Francis Mulkey, broth- er of the bride. Following a wedding .trip to Daughin Island, the couple will reside in Ruston, Louisiana. The bride is a graduate of Broadmoor High School, Baton Rouge, and hold.s a B.A. degree Page 3 Mr. lonnie Kilgarlin of I grandmothers. Mrs. Barney Met- FORT ADAMS WOMAN'S MISS dUDY MONTFORT Shreveport, La., was an over-[ calfe and Mrs, Pharoah Perry. CLUB HOLDS PICNIC FETED AT LUNCItEON night guest Sunday 'of his .... grandmother, Mr& Hazel Haz- Lynn Harvester, two-year-old AT McCRAINE HOME Mrs. Carrol Smith assisted by lip. on of Mr and Mrs Alton Hat- Mr. and Mrs. James Anders veste,r, is now at St. Jude's I-Ios-i The annual picnic of the Fo,r.t!her daughters. Mrs. Billy Wil- and family of Natchez visited pital in Memphis, Tenn., where l Adams Woman'.s Club was held liams and Mrs, Norman Chaffin, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel he is expected to remain the home of Mrs. John Mc-/bot h of Baton Rouge, honored Anders, Saturday. four to six weeks for treatment Cralne on June 13 at seven tMi',ss Judy Montfort at a bridal Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry vis- and 'surgery. Mrs. Harveste,r is.o'clock. / [ted their daughter, Mns. Pa- there with her son. Anyone who I The patio where tables with /lunchen as Asphodel Plantation tricia Pritchard. Saturday in the wishes to help the family may colorful pink covers were set for near Clinton, Louisiana. on send contributions, checks or..the delicious picnic sup)er was Saturday, June 16. at one o'clock. cash. in care of Mr. Gordon lovely in the early evening. Miss Mort[fort is to be ms,tried Rymer, RL. 1. Crosby, Ms. 39633. Mrs. McCraine in her gracious to Mr. Eric Trey[Ilion on Sat- They need your prayers, manne,r greeted the club ,mere- urday, June 30. Mrs. J. C. William:s and her bers, their families, and guescs. Luncteon guest, s were Miss daugi:ter, Barbara, Mr.s. Edgar. A pleasant social period fol- Montfort's bridal attendants and and Mrs. Edgar Vines and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shorey of Glo.s- ter. for two weeks. 1VLrs. ,Emma Perry and Mrs. Lynn McKlemurray spent the weekend in Fayette visiting Mr. and Mrs. Everette Thompson and Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sibley and son, Jeff, and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt and son, Tally Boy, ere weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and M, rs. Willie Hazltp. On Sun:iay .they were joined by several grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hays and Johnson. and Miss Debbie Wil- lowed. kinson, all of McComb, and Master Tommie McLaggart, Jr., divant, the past weekend. of Natchez visited Mrs. Jessie Mr. and Mrs. James Living- Mac Spcights Monday. Miss ston of Hammond. La., and Darlene Speights returned to Crosby visited her mothe,r. Mrs. McComb with her .aunt to visit, Eob Keller, Saturday. Visiting joined by Miss Wanda Williams. Mrs. Keller Sunday were Mrs. who had spent the past week Roland Livingston of Baton with he,r aunt. Mrs. France Rouge and Mrs. Phil Livingston Breedlove. of Zachary, La. Kristi, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thomas, . Sunday for a vi.sit in Sumrall and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nau-iwit h Mr. and Mrs. Charles man, all of Baton Rouge, far at wonderful Father's Day. Rymer. Mrs. Lela Etheridge and her} Mrs. Carey Berryhill of Natch- daughter. Carolyn, of McComb'ez and Mrs. M. R. Gree,r and spent the day Sunday with her Mrs. Jack Greer of Vidalia. La.. ladies who will assist with the wedding. Mrs. Smith greeted guests on the porch at Asphodel and directed tAem t:o an upstairs parlo,r where decorations fea- tured arrangements of pink and blue hydrangeas. They were entertained with an appropr:ate game and served fruit puncll before being seated for lunuh. Mrs. S v e n d T:'eppendahl Mrs. Jessie White of Natchez Mrs. Richard Mu.rray and crved .'it, f:::at'ng lostess as- Mr. Lloyd Ashley of Rt. 1. Cros- children of Ba.ton Rouge and sisLed by M:sses Lizan. RU.;a. by, and Mr. Bill Ashley of Little ML..s Marian Felter of Woodville and Scnd U2a[iin and Teresa Rock. Ark., visited their sister, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For- and Beverly Williams. Mrs. Georgie Murray, Monday. man, Jr., Monday. I Miss Montfort wore a black Mr. and Mrs. Robe,r[ Nick left Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray and white coat dress for the visited his mother, Mrs. Media occasion and was presented " Murray, in Baton Rouge Sunday. rosebud corsage. The hostesses' She ,returned home .with them gift to the honoree was apmce for a visit. ]of silver in her chosen design. III I _ imm i I w from Louisiana Tech University parents, Mr. and Mrs. in Ruston. She is the grand- Perry. daughter of Mrs. Thomas W. Hudson and the late Mr. Hudson of Pascagoula and of the late Mr. Sylvester Madison Mulkey and he late Mrs. Della Hill Plttman of Alexandria, Louisi- ana. Elvin Iris[ted their mother. Mrs. Ber- tha Stewart, Tuesday. Their Guests In the home of Mrs. sister. Miss Norma Havard. re- Nina Stu,rdivant last weekend turned with them to Vidalia to were Mrs. Mary Hahn of New visit while Mrs. Stewart is hos- Orleans; Mrs. Virginia Cobb of pitalized in Field Memorial in Centreville; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Centrevllle. Alton Sturdivant of Jackson; Mrs. David Wayne Williams Mrs. Richard Williams of Busy and son Van. visited her par- The bridegroom is the grand- Cornea'; M,r. and Mrs. Curtis ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant, son of Mrs. P. D. Wolfe .and ,the S,turdtvant of Croby; Mrs. in Ferriday, La., the past Sun- late Mr. Wolfe of Howard, Kan- Tommle Day, Mrs. Daisy Knight, day and Monday. sas, and of Mrs. Clarence Rus- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson,: Mr. and Mrs. Grady Murray sell and the late Mr. Russell of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivant of LeggeL Texas. wsited his Long[on, Kansas. He is a grad- and children, Annie and Chris, father. Mr. Lucien Murray, the uate of Woodlawn High School in Shreveport and will receive his BS degree from Louisiana Tech in January. Perrytown News Mr. and rs. Jimmy Perry have returned to .their home in Litchfield, Mich.,' after spending two weeks with their parents, and Mr. Billy Stu,rdivant, all of past weekend. Malcolm Mu,rray Natchez; and Mr. James Jack- returned home home with them son of Rosetta. [after visiting for a few weeks. We end get well wishes tol Mr. Darwin Klar cf Baton our Olde Editor Mr. Lewis. who Rouge, lrs. Margie Haygood of is hospitalized in Field Memo- the University of Southern Mis- rlal in Centreville. We wish him l, sissippi, Ha.ttiesburg, and Mr. a .,speedy recovery. I and 1Yrs. M. R. Greer of Vidalia Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leake visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar. and children of Clayton, La.. Jr.. Sunday. and Mr. Clarence Hazlip of Ba-, Mrs. Joan Rymer of Prarle- ton Rouge visited their parents, ville. La.. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer Mr. and Mrs,. Pharoah Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Barney H.azli.p, for of Centreville visited Mr. and and other members of theJr Fathers Day. ,Mrs. Gor2on Ryme,r Wednesday. family. Thank You I .Mr. Richard Byrd acco.mpa - , I would like to thank all thelnied Dickey Byrd. Mark Sturdi- fine people who were s6 nice to I van[ , and Nanna Carrol Byrd to me while I was in the hospital] Six Flags, Dallas. Texas, the for two .weeks. Thanks for your I past weekend. prayers, visits and ca,rds. They] Mrs. John David Pullen and meant so much to me. Special/ Joe Hanna of Natchez visited thanks to Dr. Causey and Dr. her pa,rents, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- Poole and ,all the nurses on B don Rymer. Thur.sday. Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, JUNE 21 - 23 L, .  Breast-O-Chicken TUNA oz. 75c Aurora or Delsey' Toilet TISSUE ,ight C00ust oz. 2 pack | CORN BREAD MIX 3-29c for 63c 11 White or Colors 200 size KLEENEX 2 for 65c Open Pit Reg. or Smoked Borden's 16 oz. BBQ SAUCE 18 oz. 37c Instant POTATOES 49c Jif Creamy 28 oz. PEANUT BUTTER $1.05 * Wagner ! Orange JUICE Hunt's 300 size II 32 oz. JJ TOMATOES 27c 31C American Whole 16 oz. DILL PICKLES 37c 888-4282 Main Street Tile VARIETY WOODVILLE, MISS. SHACK Wing. I shall always be grateful to you. May God bless you. -- Mary Anders. Rosetta News Meleana Perry Honored With Birthday Party Mrs. Mitchell Perry honore:t her small daughter, Meleana, with a birthday party Saturday af.ternoon at three o'clock on the lawn of her home. The refreshment ,table was covered with a white cloth and at one end was a big chocolate cake decorated with one candle and "Happy Birthday," and at the otherend was a punch bowl and favors. After the children played games, the gif.ts were opened and the cake and punch were served with ice cream to the ten little guests. Assisting in se, rving were Tom,role and Randy Ashley of Baton Rouge visited their grandmother and uncle and aunt, Mrs. Louise Day and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brabham. Jr., the past week M,r. and Mrs. Jesse Rymer anti c,hildren of Prarieville, La.. Mr. James Rymer and sons, Lionel and Lyle, of Natchez. and Mrs. Jerry Rymer of Centreville vi,s- ited Mr. ,and Mr.s. Gordon Ryme,r on Father's Day. Mrs. Garland Bebbie of Park- ervllle, South Carolina, and Mrs. Verna Arnold of Liberty visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdi- rant Monday. Mr. James Sturdivant and Virgil, Mr..and Mrs. David Stur: divan[ and sons, David and Jeff. and Mr. and Mrs. E:lward Byrd and Charlotte. all of 'Natchez, and M,r. and Mrs. Harry Weatherly and children. Greg and Pam, vi*sited their parents, the honoree's Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Star- Information available for Federal Small Business Loans for replacement of mobile homes lost or destroyed by flooding. Free estimates made with no obligations. Last day for filing applications for a loan is June 30, 1973. Call 645-5588 or come by our lot (open 7 days a week) or contact John King, Salesman, 888-4666, Woodville. JIM REEVES MOBILE HOMES, INC. Highway 24 CentreviiM " Doris & Jack McDaniel, Mgrs. LOOK! Due to the expressed interest, by cattlemen and buyers, in having a Saturday sale; ZACHARY STOCKYARDS now has a SATURDAY SALE The sale will begin at 11:30 a.m. each Saturday, with horses selling first. ZACHARY STOCKYARDS J. 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