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July 13, 1973     The Woodville Republican
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July 13, 1973

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Friday, July 13, 1973 Th- Wo6dville RehubBc-ah, Wodville, Missls-spp Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED FOSTER-POOLE NUPTIALS IN GLOSTER ANDERSON-SEGUIN VOWS wore an off-white linen tailored I gown. The mothers all wore Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkinson SAID IN BATON ROUGE wiite cymbidium orchid cot- of Woodville announce the on- Miss Crystal Glenn Seguin, sages. gagement and approaching mar- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Reception riage of their daughter. Peggy P. Seguin of Baton Rouge, be- Immediately following tle Sue, o Alex Boyd Carter. on came the bride of Mr. William we:lding, the parents of the of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Carter, David Anderson. Jr., son of Mr. bride entertained with .a recep-. "-- also of Woodville. land Mrs. W. D. Anderson, Sr., tion in the Bayou Room of the ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Tle wedding will be solem- ]of Woodville, in a candlelight Hoilday Inn South. nized en August 3rd at six-thirty I ceremony m Jefferson United The entrance to the room was o'clock in the evening a the Methodist Church, Baton Rouge, decorated with a garden setting. home of the bride's parents, at six o'clock in the evening on Mrs. Paul Puckett presided at Since no invitations are being Saturday, June 16. the bride's register. , sent, friends and relatives are Mr. Anderson is the grandson The bride's table was overlaid invited through this medium to of Mr. and Mrs. William David with a round white lace cloth attend the weddin,g and the re- Anderson of Woodville and of with satin ::kirt and centered ception which will follow, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Col- wth a tlree-t;iered columned via Haynes of Gloster. wedding cake trimmed in pink. I The RoY. Sale Lilly, pastor, The bridegroom's table held a LANEIIART LADIES ENJOY 'officiated at the impressive rectangular chocolate spice cake LUNCHEON AT VALIIALLA double ring rites. The altar was which was topped with a hue adorned with a large arrange- bright rod an2 gold king's crown Valhalla, home of the Mar- meat of white gladioli, delphi- Assisting in serving a varlety shall Treppendahls, .was 'the nium and lily-of-the-valley with of delicacies with panel] fro:n .cene Sunday for a luncheon for fresh greenery and white can- tables covered with satin and the daughters and granddaugh- delabra. Flanking the altar were lace and decorated with bridal ters of tile late Mr. and Mrs. "]11: two huge w:dte basket of white flowers were Mrs. Seve Cocker- A. W. Lanehart of this county, gladioli, ham, sister of the bride Mis.s Attending this joyful reunion A program of traditional nup- Katlaerine Joyce Anderson. ss- were Nora Lanehart Wood, tial music was presented by the of the groom and Miss Bnnie mother of the hostess. Jean church organist, Mrs. Donald Bennett, Miss Joyce Harrington Bonnecarrere. an2 Mrs. Barry Bennett cousin.s Roberts Treppendahl; Carrie Lanehart Tucker and her ' Miss Seguin, lovely in her for- of the bride. Misses De bbie and daughter, Olivia Tucker Scott of mal-length gown of traditional Teresa ,Andersn distributed rice Hazelwood. N. C.; Lenora Tur- bridal white silk organza, on- bags. All the h&stesses wore routine Berlin and Sandra Tur- toted the church on the arm of white feathered carnation cor- routine Patton of Alexandria, her father. The full silhouette sages. La.. the daughters of the late was detailed with elaborate mo- For traveling the bride chose Anne Lanehart Turrentine; tifs of re-embroidered appliqued a black and white polka dotted Edith Lanehart Brasseaux of Alencon lace and seed pearls double knit pantuit accented Lafayette, La., and her dough- on the front and back of the with an orchid corsage. ter, Wayne Brasseaux Robert- gown, which feature:t a sweet- Tle couple will make tlleir son of Sugarland, Texas; Sallie heart neckline. The lace motif home in Baton Rouge. Lanehart Thibodeaux and her was rpcated on the long billowy daughter. Kathleen Thibodeaux Miss Geri Ellen Poole and Mr. sleeves and in floral desert on Daly, both of Lafayette, La.; Jerry Keith Foster, Jr., were home of t.he bride's parents, the built-in flowing chapel- Mars Hill News Jessie Lanehart Conner of Baton united in marriage in a candle- Mrs Jimmy Haygood presided length train.. Her tiered silk Rouge and her daughter, Nancy light wedding in the Hoyt.e at the register desk, which was veil of French illusion fell from Mrs. Janie Nettles and son, Conner McCall of Houston. Tex.; Memorial Presbyterian Church accented with a spring bouquet, a forward cluster of imported Jesse Le. and Mrs. Louis Arnold and Evelyn Lanehart Stevens of Gloster. The bride's table was covered flowers .interspersed with dainty went to Gloster Monday on bus- and her daughter. Diana Stevens The bride is the daughter of with an heirloom Army-Navy petals of seed pearls and crys- iness. Dabadie. ,both of Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fleming cloth and was centered with a tals and accented by appliqued Mrs. Mary Davis left Thursday 'Jamsie and Liz Treppenflahl, Poole, Sr., of Gloster anti the silver candelabrum holding f.resh Alencon lace. Her only jewelry by plane for Odessa. Texas. Lo great-granddaughters of Wayne bridegroom the son of Mr. and roses. The four-tiered wedding was an heirloom pearl and dia- visit her brother and sister-in- cake was decorated with tiny mond lavaliere, which belonged law, Mr. and Mrs. John Holo- and Sallie Lanehart, spent the Mrs. Jerry Keith Foster, Sr., ..pring flowers, to her grandmother, and pearl way, for a while. The engagement of Miss College and Delta State College. weekend at home and assisted also of Gloster. lgrneldia Parker to Mr. Steve Miss Parker .was employezl by their mother as hostesses on Ttae bridegroom's table in the I earrings, a gift of the bride- Mr. Gordon Rymer of Rosetta RicKey, son of Mr. and Mrs the Motor Vehicle Comptroller Sund,ay. The Rev. Larry Mills, pastor, back yard was adorned with'groom. Her bridal bouquet was is still a patlent at Field Me- William B.. McKey of Centre- in Jackson. She is currently officiated at the ceremony ila. a brass and candlelight and held a cascading arrangement of morial Iospital, and we wish Ville, is announced by. her par-l employed by the Amite County  setting of jade palms and era- the luscious chocolate cake ac- white roses, carnations, and him a quick recovery. eats, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parker. Welfare Department. Buick Company in Jackson and erald foliage accented with tall cented with green grapes cos- baby's breath centered with a There s so much sickness Sr., of Pascagoula. The grandparents of the pros- is currently a partner of McKey brass candelabra. Two arrange- coding from the top. Spring white cymbidium Fur- now. Mr. Walter Cavin i.s no Miss Parker is the grand- pective bridegroom are the late Motor Company in Centreville. meats of spring flowers corn- flowers graced all the serving thor following tradition, the feeling well. and we wish him Claughter of the late Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene MeKey of The wedding will be solem- pleted the setting, tables, and green punch was bride wore a blue lace garter a speedy recovery. Mrs. Luther Parker of Taylors- Cen.treville and Mrs. Allie Paw- nized on July 28 at seven o'clock Nuptial music was presented poured from crystal punch and a sixpence in her .shoe Mr. Aaron Ahley of Glostcr Vllle and of the late M,r. and .con and the late Mr. Luthe.r in the evening in the Woodlawn by Mr. Melvin Bruss of Crosby. bowls', i which was ,borrowed from the underwent surgery at Jeff Davis rs. Joseph Schultz of Bay St. 'Dawson of Baton Rouge. Baptist Church at Pascagoula The bride, escorted to the Assisting in serving were Mrs. bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Robert Hoapital Thursday but is not toni& ' Mr, McKey is a graduate of with the RoY. T. R. Fletcher altar by her father, wore a try- Bnoyd Bell, Mrs. Joe Sumrow,:Blsanar. 2.o:g very well. we are sorry to T.he bride-elect is :1 p;raduate Ceutrevilh Hi,/,h Sc:ool and al,- officiating. The reception will .. , . I zhtmnal gown of candlehght slk Mrs. Ernest Klar. Mrs. Jimmy Her only attendant was her say. of Pascagoula High School and teladed MIs',dslppi State Unlver- follow in the banquet room at organza. Reembroterd" "' ...... Alencon ttayg0d, Miss LibDy . Sumrow,slster, Miss Carol Seguln, ,maid] Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Smith ex- attended Jackson County Ju,aior sity. He ,was employed by Fowler the Travel Lodge in Pascagoula. lace motifs accented the molded Miss Cindy Brown, M',ss Pebble of honor. She was attired in a pect their friends. Mr. and Mrs. I5odice and sheer yoke. The lush Brown, Mrs. Randy Adams, Miss floor-length light pink .silk or-'Leo Locke of Winnfield. La., to bishop sleeves were sprinkled Korea Travis. Miss Tracy Camp ganza gown. The tucked bodicespend the weekend with them. with lace appliques and cuffed!of Huntsville, Alabama. and featured an Empzre waistline,[ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold i,,R B ---- in bands of crushed smocking. Mrs. Patrick Lewi.s of Woodville. la, high neckline and Juliet!visited Mr. Gordon Rymer in i The crushed smocking encircled For traveling the bride chose sleeves and was trimmed with Ifield Hospital in Centreville the ruffled neckline and the a baby blue ensemble accented white satin ribbon embroidered Sunday. ' ' natural waistline. Edging the with a pink. white and yellow[ wih p:.nk and white flowers. ', Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Decker hemline and train of the con- blouse and carried a hat Her headpiece was of matching i of Gloster were Thursday guests trolled bouffant skirt was a trimmed with flowing ,baby blue l light pink tulle with pink satin, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin. deep bias ruffle. Layers of silk ribbon, i bows and roses. She carried a l Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin of illusion formed her elbow-lengthl Mr. and Mrs. Foste,r will make jcolorful nosegay of summer Baton Rouge came Saturday Prices 00ffective Thurs. thru "" 'oamraay, JULY 12- 14 veil that was caught to a halo Itheir home in Woodville. where flowers, night for a and joi-ing caplet of Ah;ncon lace detailed he has his buine,ss. [ Attending the bridegroom as them Sunday were Mrs. Russel with tiny seed pearls. She car- Pro-Nuptial Events best man wes Mr. Michael Millet. Ford of Woodvflle and Mrs. Rui:h ried a bouquet of daisies and On the eve of the wedding, I Ushers ,wre Mr. Paul Puckett Nettles and children and Mr. McCormick 2 oz. orange blossoms with a halo of the bridegroom's parents were and Mr. Barry Bennett. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry and BLACK PEPPER 27c gypsophilia accented with pearls, hosts for a rehearsal dinner at For her daughter's wedding, gh'Is, and Bro. Bernard Waites , Mrs. Henry Fleming Poole. Jr.. the plantation home of Aaphodel Mrs. Seguin chose a light blue of Buffalo community. McCormick 51/2 OZ. of Cleveland sttended her sister- near Clinton, Louisiana. voil floor-length gown with Mr,s. Alice Ca,via of Glostcr in-law as matron of honor, and l The bridesmaids luncheon was pleated skirt and fitted bodice, is spending the week with Mrs. / Brea ' en X't't given the day before the wed-]The mother of the bridegroom Sallie Cavin. st O Chick SEASONALL 33c Bettyethe maidHaynesOf honOr(cissy) w.aaFosterMiSSof, dine by Mrs. Joseph Robertsonl chose a floor-length bright pink Homecoming Day at Mars Hill , "| |llllh  Boggles 10-30gallon Gloster, sister of the bridegroom. ' and Mr.. Jack L. Poole. Assist- , chiffon gown with Empire lines Methodist Church will be on ing were Miss Chr,stie Robert-  and A-line skirt. Mrs. John W. August 5, the fir.t Sunday of 1[ The feminine attendants of the son and Miss Gloria Poole. , ]Ellis, grandmother of the bride, the month TaASH BAGS 59c wedding party wore ..... L. 91/2 oz,  gowns of ecru Nottingham lace l I I I!. Sun Fine 15 oz. and ecru voile. A fanning bertha C  was featured on the all-lace 7 29c bodice of the gowns with Venise GREAT FASHIONS, GREAT SAVINGS IN OUR ,..   lace edging the high Victorian    _. ,Aurora or Delsey collar and long tapered sleeves. The controlled bouffant skirt 2-pack Toilet was accented with a crushed TISSUE 2 for 65c cummerbund ancl a floor-brush- ing ,bias ruffle. Attending the bridegroom as Wagner 32 oz. Hunt's 4-Pack best men were his father and ORANGE DRINK 31c Choc., Vanilla, Banana Mr. Adolphjr., of Woodville.Wettlin Treppendahl,ushers and f PUDDING 61c groom,smen were Mr. Henry Wishbone 8 oz. Fleming Poole, Jr.. brother of Italian or Thousand Island (Bubba) Foster, brother of the For her daughter's weddtng, Pri $  Mrs. Poolechose a formal goWnfull All S "d Heinz 26 oz. de of Illinoi of baby blue chiffon featuring BAR long sleeves and a flowing -B-Q SAUCE 59c   skirt accented by a satin belt. pring a Heinz CORN The mother of the bridegroom 20OZ. I I selected an emerald green floral S M ha d" CATSUP I w print in chiffon accented with u::mer erc n ise 43c hite or yellow | pinched pleats and long ,sleeves. Gebhardts 10 oz. 3 f 69 MrS.vance,CharleSgrandmotherROddis Berryhillof thef HOT DOG SAUCE 21c or C bride, wore an apricot chiffon gown detailed with jewels at the neckline and cuffs Mrs. Vernon Friday, Ju00y Sale Starts 13 Coffee Mate 16 oz. arl Foster grandmother of the CREAMER 89c bridegroom wo, e a printed gown of .blue and white accented at t.he waistline with a red sash. Mrs'A'E'ClefGlster'aunt i VELMS DRESS S000P I THE YARIET SHArd Of the bride, wore apink chiffoz] gathered at the waistline and .accented .with neckline and cuff ruffles. Each grandmother and iss Mrs. Cole wore an orchid cor- M Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 sage. ! Woodville, Reception i Woodville, Miss. I The reception was held in the I