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Friday, July 6, 1973 IIARTENS-HARBOUR sleeves. The waistlines of the dirndl skirts .were accented with SAID IN JACKSON matching lace. They carried (Jackson Clarion-Ledger) nosegays of roses, miniature lilies, statice, daisies, and pom- The Woodland Hills Baptist pans. was the setting for the I Miss Kim Newman, cousin of . ,hi wedding of Miss ithe bride, wa,s the flower girl. ann Harbour and William She wore a Dori.na gown of blue ick Martens of Bh'ming- I designed ,witi] an Empire bodice Alabama. Parents of the i of ecru lace featuring puffed COUple are Mr. and Mrs. charles sleeves and a pleated skirt. The Larking Harbour of Jackson and ,'ingbearer was August Martens Mr. and Mrs. August Martens of nephew of the bridegroom. Woodville. Mr. Martens attended his son Dr. Fuller B. Saunders. pastor f the First Baptist Church of as best man Groomsmen were 'IOUston, officiated at the double George Martens. brother of the ring ceremony. Nuptial music bridegroom; Don Farlow. Davis Fields of Tupelo. Cecil Murdock Yeas presented by Miss Candace Sounders soloist, and Gerald of Birmingham. John Christmas Clayton, 'organist. and Bobby Houston, cousin of Vows were pledged before a the bride. background of pahns enhanced With a tier of candles banked With fern, on the baptistry arch. reenery lined the choir rail anked with spiral candelabra. The couple knelt on a white bridegroom selected a floor- stin prie- dieu during the length cameo pink chiffon dress. lraYer. Both mothers wore orchid ear- 'The 'bride, given in marriage :ages. by her father, wore a Directoire The reception was held in the Drincess gown of candlelight fellowship hall of the church satin designed with a following he ceremony. The Th'e Woodvflle Republlcah, Woodville, Miss;sslppJ WILLIE HAZLIPS MARK GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY JUNE 24 j / Mr. and Mr,s. Willie I-Iazlip t were honored on June 24 at a reception given by their children/ on the ocasion of their golden wedding .anniversary. Mrs. 'Hazlip greeted guests and opened and displayed the many handsome gifts which they received. Cake, coffee and punch were served during the appointed hours to the one hun- dred friends and relatives who called by to wish the honored couple many happy returns. Mrs. Frances Sibley and Mrs. Bryant Hazlip served cake. while Mrs. T. E. Crumholt, Miss Jane Hazlip, Mrs. Pa.trick Thomas, and Mrs. Gerald Nauman alter- nated at the punch bowl. Mrs. Steven Hays and Miss Leanne Hazlip registered guests. David Treppendahl left on Thursday to return to Annap- olis, Maryland, where hc attends Mrs Harbour chose for her[the U. S. Naval Academy, after daughtel s wedding a D, esden .... , " ' " [..pending several ,weeks of um- blue chiffon dress accented with!mer leave here with his parents, silver trim and designed with Mr. and Mrs. M. D Treppen- a full skirt. T1]e mother of the dahl. Bourguignon Restaurant on the eve of the wedding. The .bridesmaids' luncheon was given by Mrs. Quentin Stringer and Mrs. Anthony Rooker, aunts TREVILLION-MONTFORT NUPTIALS SAID SUNI)AY Page 3 l Miss Teresa Williams of BabonfMISS PATTY MOLLOY Rouge, Miss Jane Matthews of I Jaekon, Miss Elou Turpin of i HONORED AT SIIOWER 'Shaw and Miss Betty Gernett Miss Palty Arm Molh)y, bride- 'of Cleveland. I ch)ct of Le} Allen Queen of t For their wedding trip Lo New Hotlstoll, Tcxtls, was honored Orleans ,and the Gulf Coast, the with a miscellaneous tea shower I bride wore a beige knit suit t Saturday afternoon, June 30, at !featuring a long skirt with yel- Shamrock Inn in Crosby. I low and trim. She wore orange her godmother's orchid corsage. On their return they will be ,at home in Woodville. Rehearsal Supper Hostesses were Mrs. G. I. Crook, Mrs. Albert Ca:e, Mrs. Woodrow Day, Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. Vaughn Campbell, Mrs. ,L. A. Lee, Mrs. J. C. Lee, Mrs. Wesley Hughes, and Mrs. J. A. Members of the Trcvillion- Bcrryhill. Montfort wedding party were MIs Molloy, attired in a floor honored at Club South of the .....  lenoth yellow pique mona- Border by Mr. ann Mrs uorsey " ., ' . , grammed skirt and orc.,,:n blouse TreyS!lion on ,rmay evening L ....... following the rehearsal, [Wll:n a wtnLe carnallOll corsage, Ireceived guests with twr.mothcr, Hand..ome magnolia branches and blo,soms interspersed with I Mrs. L. H Molloy, and ler grandmother, Mr.L A. L. Bond, candles in hurricanes against a[ of Baton Rouge. bamboo screen defined the party t Miss Linda Molloy, sister of area where guests assembled for the honoree. Miss Lane Sm:,tll the buffet dinner. A garden tleme was further carried out anJ Miss Joy Lynn Smith re- with table arrangements all ceived guests at the registry table whicl] held a silver can- magnolias, ivy and white candles] delabrum holding a spray of in hurricane lamps, daisie and ivy and was cen- I A delicious menu featuring IrasL beef au jus was served, tered by an arrangement of The bridegroom presented gifts white daisie m a crystal basket. to his atten'dants and cham- The door to the rcceltion pagne toasts were made to the room was decorated with while honored couple, wedding bells and a garland of Miss Montfort chose to wear ivy. for the occasion a green and' The serving table was covered white voile dinner dress. Mrs. iwith a white cutwork cloth over Trevillion was attired in a yel- a yellow skirt. A crystal and low chiffon. ,while Mrs, Mont-silver punch bawl was placed forl wore a navy blue embroi- at one end of the table and dered sheer, at the other was a silver tr,ay summer bOdice of English net overlaid tables were covered with ecru of the bride, in the Country Club ll.  .. } Bridesmaids Luncheon topped by a yellow rose .bud. With re-embroidered Alencon lace over green. The bride's of Jackson. Iholding wlfite petit fours each lace featuring a duchess neck- table was centered with a silver Messrs. August Martens and line and long sleeves. Appliques epcrgne holding ivory tapers George Martens, father and Miss Julia Mac Montfort and On Thursday, June 28, at 12:30 The ho,stesses alternated at Of lace adorned the front of the and a bouquet of pastel flowers, brother of the bridegroom, en- Mr. Dorsey Eric Trevillion were centered with a cut glas cam- Miss Ginger Treppendahl and erwng. Mints and nuts were united in marriage in an im- ,pate which held the bride's Miss Susan Whetstone enter- ' placed in silver bowls. T Ie table c0ntrolled.a chapel-lengthskirt whiChtrain.SWeptThe fuinl- I grceneryThe cake andWaS toppedgarlandedwithwith I tertaineda]ner in thewithKingsaInn:bachelrRestaurantdin- ,pressive ceremony last Saturday bouquet. Mrs. Charles Whet-I tained Mi'ss Judy Montfort at,  l:eld a center arrangement of !ength mantilla of sheer silk miniature nosegay of white i on the day of the wedding, l at half past seven o'clock in the .stone served the four-tiered her bridesmaids luncheon in the} white anti wellow de,isles and wan enhanced wiLh lace appli- ,mong the local friends and evening at St. Paul's Epi..copal wedding cake. which was topped lCharles Whetstone home. yellow gladioli in a silver bowl flowers. The silver punch service Church in Woodville. The Roy. with yellow daisies. Mrs. John A.s the guests arrived they which was flanked by silver Ues and bordered with seal- also adorned the table, relatives who attended the wed- Arthur Kline officiated at the B. Dawson poured punch from 'were taken to the patio where candelabra holding glowing Ped lace accented with seed The bridegroom's table held ding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank cl]illed punch and cheese straws white tapers. 'learls. She carried an old lash- the cake garhmded with green- E. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. double ring ceremony. Acolytes a crystal bowl at the other end jwer e served. The patio table was l}ed bouquet of roses, stepha- cry and accented with tali.-man Bell Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas were Clifford Whetstone and of the table. The array of beautiful gifts , thei covered with a pink checked otis and flour d'amour, rases and ivy. The table was Bell, Mr. and Mrs. George Mar- Joe Best. . A round table holdin was displayed on side tables bride's register and decorated covered with white linen cloths adorned with yellow tapers 'sur- tens, Mr. Green B Morris, Mr. The bride is the daughter of J tablecloth. A beautifully deeo-' 0_Attending the bride as matron with daisies was placed on the rated wicker bird cage contain- and held garland of ivy. [ honor was Mrs. Leonard Cobb rounded with flowers. The regis- Gordon L. Morris, Mr. John Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Best Marit- al Meridian. Bridesmaids vere tcr table was centered with a Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Seal, Mrs. fort of Woodville. Mr. Trevillion lawn and guests were registered ing pink love birds was placed Handsome bouquets of yellow rs. David Holden' of Fort floral cascade. S. B Curry, Mrs. J. R. Hamilton, is the son of Mr. Dorsey Otto on arrival by Mrs. Bruce Lewis on the table. Colorful zinnias and white dallies were dis- and daisies completed the patio played throughout the party UCker. Alabama. Mrs. Billy At- For traveling m Acapulco and Miss Sarah Jonson, Mr. Tlmmy Trevlllion anti of the late Mrs. and Mrs. Patrick Lewi_. decor. Mexico City, the bride chose a Gonda, and Mr. and Mrs. H.T.'Ray McGraw Trevillion of, Members of the house party I The gue-ts were then shown area. Wood of Ko.sciuko. Mrs. Lester 'included Mrs. Some forty gue.st attended ltes of Starkville. and Miss sleeveless beige dress .accented Ferguson, all of Woodville, Mr. Woodville. Carroll Smith. into the dining room where the the affair. SUSan Bartling of Jckson. with white featuring a match- ahd Mrs. G. L. Morris, Jr., of I The lovely old church was IMrs. William Rosenblatt. MrS" bride's table was gaily set for The attendants wore gowns of ing channel jacket accented Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. simply but beau[ifully decorated Richard T. Watson, Mrs. Elias the occa,sJon. The centerpiece ...................... blue chiffon enhanced with with her mother's orchid car- Ferguson, Jr., of Yazoo City, Mr. for the occasion. The brass altar Tolbert, Mrs. Edgar Rowe. Mrs. was a large straw bonnet con- Mrs. Ge-}rgc Whitener and Ory lace insertion on the sage. and Mrs. Steve Forman of vase.s were filled with white James Belle l.sle. Mrs. George taining a handsome flower or- children. Austin. Leslie Carrol. UCked bodices designed with Mr. and Mr.. August Martens Natchez, and Mrs. John Martens gladioli, yellow chrysanthemumsz T. Berry, Mrs. Adolph Treppen- rangement of zinnias, daisies. Sc.an Ma,:ic and J:n Ander- round !a.ce yokes and high crown entertained the wedding pary and niece, Miss Ellie Cummings, and leather leaf fern. and the i dahl. Mrs Edwin Holt. Mr L and greenery. Miniature straw son. of Herndon. Virginia vis- COllars and-itl/i"limg bfshol; "vltY-i'tTeTeansal dlflnei  in Le Of Mexico, Missouri. same flowers were used in bas- Frank Montfort and Mrs. Wood- hats were placed before each lted last week in the home of pl'ace setting. These small hats Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, JULY 5 - 7 Northern 160 Count Nib[ets - Regular 12-size CORN KOTEX 33c 47c | Whole Kernel | l 12 oz. r Jim Dandy 4 for $1 GRITS 1lb. 2for35c POTTED MEAT 2 for 39c Kraft 28 0  r '  " ,F k" Charmin 4 roll BAR-B-QUE SA1JCi00 55c TISSUE 47c Jim Dandy PI. or S.R. L. ': ' l,,l,[  MEAL 5 bs. 59c Crystal White 48 oz. f ;UN C"H Liquid DETERGENT 53c I I Giant I 48 oz. | SUPER SUDS 49c 39c ,e l Jim Dandy 25 lb. bOG MEAL $3.59 THE VARIETY SHACK Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 kets ,placed on either side ofson Montfort, Jr. the chancel against a back-] Tea girls included Miss Joan ground of ferns. Caladiums were Whetstone. Miss LaVerne Me- used on the chancel steps. Gvaw. Miss Loraine Beckham, Mrs. Peter Stockett, at the Miss Renec Beckham. Mls,s Terri organ, played several .selections Lyn McGraw. Miss Kim Me- her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan were attached to the large ban- Anderson. Misses L:z and I.ynn net ,by thin satin ribbons. Heirtzler of Ethel. L'L. visited After the luncheon, the bride- here with their grandparents to-he presented her attendants while their mother. Mrs. Jerry with silver bud vases The host- Heirtzler. was a p:tt:ent in the ceremony, as well as Grew MLs Mry Ellen Rosen- s:es then gave Miss Montfort Won'tn's the traditional wedding march blatt. Miss Liz'an Chaffin and a porcelain oriental lamp. Rouge. and also accompanied the solo- ist, Mrs. George Nicholas. who sang "O Perfect Love." "The Wedding Player" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride entered with her father, who gave her in mar- riage. Her dress was of pale ivory peau with a yoke of rose- point lace. Appliques of lace and pearls bordered the Vic- torian neckline and were also used on the lace sleeves. The bouffant skirt drifted into a full ch,apel train. The chapel-length mantilla of silk illusion was bordered in the same lace and pearl design. Her only jewelry was a diamond pin belonging to her grandmother and she carried a bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis. Miss Susan whetstone served as .maid of honor and brides- maids were Miss Ginger Tre,p- pendahl of Woodville, Miss Sissy Junkln of Natchez, and Miss Melanie Trevillion of Woodville. They wore fitted prince.ss style gowns of yellow silk organdy over yellow floral taffeta. With these they wore picture hats of yellow straw and carried baskets of yellow daisies. Mr. Harry Trevillion served as his brother's best man, and groomsmen included Mark Tre- villion of Woodville, Bruce Lewis of Oxford, and Jerry Hayes of Paris, Tennessee. Ushers were Raymond McKee of Baton Rouge and David McGraw of Oxford. The bride's mother chose a gown of mauve chiffon with fitted bodice and flowing skirt. Mrs. Trevillion wore a floor- length gown of emerald green. They both carried a nosegay of roses. Reception Immediately following, the ceremony a reception wa held at the home of the bride's parents. Greeting guests at the door were the bride'a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Falkenheiner. Arrangements of gladioli, ma- Jestic daisies and fern were used throughout the living room and dining room where wedding gift's .were displayed. The bride's table was covered with a white damask cloth and Haspitnl in Baton ___ ...... _ ..... ...,=:,: GREAT FASHfiONS, GREAT SAVINGS OU2 Sale Starts Friday, July 6 ' IIII VELMA'S DRESS SHOP ,l! Woodv.,,e, Miss. Year-end I00oc00ou00, o, Price4ighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss.