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y, July 27, 1973 DR. 'RICHARD EUGENE PIIARES HONORED 'A special service of presenta- tion was held at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Ph,a,res SUnday, July 15, when the County Chapter, Daughters of the Con- racy, presented the Crossof Service to Dr. Richard Phares. Dr. Phares, a native, is a prom- plastic surgeon of St. Florida, who distin- himself in the Viet War by rendeing a much lleefled service in the field of and remedial surgery, erning the rank of Major. Because of the demands upon tlme Dr. Phares was not to attend the elaborate of .presentation of Crosses held at the CARTER-WILKINSON WEDDING AUGUST 4 Miss Peggy Sue Wilkiw:on, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkinson, and Mr. Alex Boyd Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Carter, are 'to be macried on Saturday, August 4th, at seven-thirty in the evening at the home cf the bride's parents. Since no invitations are being sent, friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and the recepton which will follow. BUFFALO IIMC MEETS The Buffalo Homemakers Club met Tuesday night, July 17, in the home of Mrs. Ruth F. Car tee with eight members and four visitors in attendance. The col- lect was read by Mrs. Virginia United Methodist Cavin, followed by a short buni- on Saturday, June 2nd, lness period. since he was re- I The craft demonsi, r'tion was .from a consultation in on how to decal with each step Texas, and stopping off being shown. A finished minia- Woodville for a brief visit tare plaque was given as tile his parents, the U.D.C. doge prize and was won by Mrs. Mrs. Charles Cumbo,,wanda Soileau. the Recorder ,of Crosses,, Mrs. Silvia Waites, attired in PrenLiss Ferguson, made a sari from India, demonstrated 'presentation. Th-e Woodvflle Republlcan, Woodvflle, MisslsdppJ Page 3 t" ROSENBLATT - VAN BUSKIRK NUPTIALS IN, NEW JERSEY Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Day and children left Saturday for their home in Oklahoma City, Okla., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Day, for the past week. Mrs. Gurvis Ashley, Miss I Thelma Ashley of Baton Rouge, land Mrs. Glenn Frierson of [Gloater left Saturday ,by plane ,for St. Paul, Minn., where t ey will visit Mr. and Mrs. Murdock Pritchard and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blare. Misses Barbara and Wanda Williams of McComb retuened h:me Friday after visiting their grandfather and aunt, Mr. D. N. Williams and Mrs. Jessie Mac Speight, for te past week. Mrs. M. R. Greer and Mrs. Jack Gree.r of Vidalia, La., vis- lted their mother and sister, Crosby News Crosby Ball Team Honored John Hardin, bat boy for the team, gave the Orosby Little League baseball team a weiner roast at Mt. Nebo Recreation Park last Thursday night for their ,outstanding sen'son of 8 wins and 4 loses which put them in second place of the five teams. Coach Mike Foreman donated the six outgoing players 12- another sister and her husband, Yr. and Mrs. Wess Becker. The Rev. Clyde Arender left Sunday for Emery University in Atlanta, 6eorgia. He wa.s ac- companied by a former pastor of Crosby Methodist Church and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Howard. Get well wishes go to Mrs. Shelba Petty, who is now out of Centreville's Field Memorial Hospital, and to Carl Nettleton, who was transferred from Jeff Davis Memorial He;spiral in year-olds) with a baseball for Natchez to Jackson early this their past years of hard work. week. All the players attended except M:s. Maxi:le Arender and one. I R=bcrt, and John were in Ru- St Regis donated watelmelonsl o , . '  " leioh last week visiting 1.er par- and Buddy Foreman donated ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. tI. Croat. drinks to go with the hot dogs, *-k  beans ,otto chi-s and Mr. and Mrs. Danny smith ,, , , v : v , l were in Crosby last Sunday via- other trimmings. ]iiing Mr. and Mrs. Vernon tI. I Smith and f:mlily. Mrs. Helen Molloy and Linda Mrs. Bertha Stewart and Miss :left last Sunday for Houston, I M,:s. Albert Ca:2 and her Norton Havard Thursday. daughter Mr Strong, of -- - :" .... MIs !Texas, where they attended the , -' - mr. James rtymer anu " 'l--ain of Miso Patty MolloviNa'tchez, spent a few days last John David Pullen and daughter I;:' 1,, c,,:n /rr: MnUnv week ill Monroe, La., with Mr. of Natchez visited thel,r parents, I k\\;F'do::7.:E-;:t'C. ":.EJ !.and Mrs Jame,S Burkett and .Mr. an.u ,virs.  = I Lin2a flew to Oregon to visitl family' While there they at- Saturday. ' [ ]tended a tea sl]ower given in Mrs. Louise Day honored her]  ,  ,honor of Miss Tanya Merk, everal nays. I " twin children, Kathryn and[ Mr Be- Murra" left Wednes bride-elect' of Mike Buckett, Adrian, mith a ,birthday dinnerlday "for n Stevenson, Alabama-, ! Mrs. Case's grandson. Sunday at her home. Those at- tending the happy event i.n- eluded M.r. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children, Melinfla, Terc.a and Robbie, of St. Fran- cisville, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Ashley and sons, Tom- I mie and Randy, of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day ,and children, Greg, Dale and CrLssie, where he is employed. Mrs. V. L. Campbell was in Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Star- !Jackson the latter ,part of the divant recently visited their past week visiting her daughter, granddaughter, Laura McGraw, iM:ss Minnie Campbell. On her who was a patient in Field Me-ij=urney to Jackmn, Mrs. Camp- morial Hospital. 'bell visited wii, h another daugh- ier and family, Mr. and M,:'s. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray and children, Richard, Jr., Ron-]Jimmy Temple and Little Jim, da, and Roxie, of Baton Rouge in Brookhaven. Dr .... how tile natives dress telling of  mares is a lineal descena- many of their customs. She then of Gonzales, La., Mr. ,and M,rs. p. ,of ,Corporal Wilbur F.. shewed ,slides from her trip Charlie Brabham, Jr., and an ares, hmi ect 0 gr 2 d atRhe;:,!aoth d t :she d :cg n;:lg - honored guest, their grand-  gr a f n e frWnOI1 1 g l Miss Lauren Anne Van Bus-church was sinlply dccarated Clash:; ' Mrs. Orover Day, of ao rved . nfantry, in the land then though rance I kirk and Captain James Huff a 'onraeat, with three ari-angements of . : ......... Miss ?tes Army. Switzerland' Italy India and theIR'Soe, nblatt were united inelnnr g!amo . . "Y ...... 'l e.rvices at Rosette United Meth- rffederate S . . ndleh ce - " -' li and 'ch santhemums t mr. o. c. Foole of omser nero The Cross of Military Selwce I PhiliD0ine Islands narrating in rmoe .n a ca  .. Y pmcea in iron or the au Grass "odist Church during the ab.sence - . -- ' , Ss.alc:- ' :;d:r :4 t '' an award e:anAtoned d ,/chees 1 abo:hlh?lhig stor';la?nstl;s ::rl:l  W ns l d;Yes 1 ' unh candelabra, t of the pastor, the Rev. Clyde played selections of sacred music rsebuds. ] in September. -- Reporter. before the ceremony, followed by the traditional processional Miss Alice Van Buskirk, Sister Mr. Jim Udell of Downey, march. Music for the recessional off honor.the bride,and bridesmaidsServed as maidwere i Calif., is visiting in the home included "Wedding March" and of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Withers. "Toccata in F." The lovely Mis Mary Ellen osenb,latt, . Fort Adams: Mrs. Peter Torte- recipients are permitted to as those of scenic beauty inter- them on their uniforms, spersed with incidents along the way. IRS HILL HMC MEETS The hoste:s served congealed cranberry 'salad, noseted crack- The Mars Hill Homemakers era and Cokes. b met the home of Mrs. at lvlllle Hazlip on July 19 with'by Mrs. Sallie Cavin: i ae members present and four Delicious punch and ltors, Mrs. Joyee Perry, Mrs. I mints and roasted nuts ewecake, '7a  . ie Vines, Mrs. Wllhelmina served by the hostess. alwood and Mrs Joyce! The next meeting will be held rae,r. A demonstration was given decals, and Mrs. Ebbie Smith some flower arrange- The door prize was won in Ridge.wood, New Jersey. The bride, escorted to the Arender, who is at Emery Uni- The bride is the daughte,r of altar by her father, wore a versity. Mr. and Mrs. Ch:rles H. Van fitted A-line gown of ive,ry satin Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughn Buskirk of Fair Lawn. New and peau de so ie. with a chapel-, and children, John, Bill, and Jersey, and the bridegroom is length train. The long sleeves Terry, of Starkville visited her and bodice were appliqued with the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Alencon lace, The shoulder-]brother ,and sister-in-law. Mr. F. Rosenblatt. Jr., of Fort Adams. length veil was also trimmedl and Mrs. Paul Forman. Sr., the The Rev. Dr. Melvin R. Camp- with Alencon lace and was ,at- i past weekend. Mis Betty Wroth- er of Gainesville, S. C.. was also bell officiated a tile impres- inched to a matching lace and la recent guest in their home for sive double ring ceremony. Mr. pearl headpiece She carried a , John R. Rodland, organist, bouquet of miniature white on Friday evening following the rello, Hasbrouck Heights. New J,ersey; and Miss Janice Van Buskk. Fair Lawn. New Jersey. They wore blue floral A:line gowns with scoaped necklines and sheer puffed elbaw-length sleeves. With these they wore picture hats of blue horsehair trimmed with blue atin ribbon anti carried bouquets of white  -.. ;t "."q 4, ,and pink carnations, with blue Paces Effeehv00:Thurs. thorny, J 0 26 -: 28 cornflowers ,00nd white baby's ' ,." ':i . /;!i[.:', breath. ;F':,,',, ,,, ,, .,'  ,),]T" Mr. Stephen Rosenblatt served 1 co 8 oz. Elbo as his broth4s best man, and , . ,, groomsmen ncluSed D omin:ck CARONI 2 for" " 29c Mazzegetti of Newark, 'New  ...-, " , | - - .-. ,.,, Jersey, Thomas Rosenblatt, brother of the groom, and Mark Van Busklrk, brother of the Community , bride. r /'% l:: C l:: [:  Parkay Stick Mrs. Va ,Buskirk chose for her daughter s wedding' a sleeve- l I OLEO 1 lb. 37c le'ss, floor-length, mint green . -ilk dress with jewel trim and | One Pound an empire wai'stltn'e. The mother of the bridegroom selected a 2 for 43c li .... -. 85C  Dial BathSize SOAP Crisco 24 oz. OIL 67c REALEMON 24 oz. 49c fRed Ball   41c . SUGAR 11 ! I Welchade 46 oz. ; 5 Ibs. II GRAPE DRINK 39c iE, 77c Northern 60 count NAPKINS 14c floor-length pink .floeal chiffon gdwn with a self ,belt and rhine- stone buckle. Both mothers wore orchid corsages. Reception Following the ceremony a re- ception was held at the Woman's Club of Englewood, New Jersey. Mrs. Richard Shaul. an aunt of the bride, presided at the register. The bride's table was covered with a white damask cloth, centered with a four- tiered wedding cake, ,which was' topped within miniature nose- gay of whit6 ilowers and flanked on either side by silver cande- labra and flowers to match the bridesmaids' bouquets. Guests were seated at tables around the dance floor or enjoyed dancing to the music of a three- piece combo, after a champagne toast to the honored couple by the best man. Duncan Hines Yellow, Lemon, or Butter CAKE MIXES Tile VARIETY WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 , Main Street rehearsal. A delicious menu featu,,ing baked ham, turkey, and pecan pie was served. Mrs. Hayes, grandmothe of the bride, and Mrs. Richard Shaul, her aunt. joined the Van Bus- kirks in hosting the delightful affair. The bride-to-be and prespec- tive bridegroom presented gifts to their attendants and to each other. The evening was a pleas- ant, infc,rmal time of getting acquainted, az well as renewing old friendships. For their' wedding trip to eastern Pennsylvania, the bride wore a yellow voile floe-length dress with cattered embroi- dered sprays of lily of the valley. She wore a corage of white and yellow daisies. Captain and Mrs. Rosenblatt are now at home at Lacon Drive, Newport News, Virginia, where he is stationed at Fe,rt Monroe as a member of the Judge Ad- vocate General's Corps of the United States Army. Rehearsal Supper Members.0f thewedding party and relatives were entertained at a buffet supper at the home of Mr. and Mxs. Van Buski,rk ' to  /.%/ visited he brother-in-law and Vacation Bible School was sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. For: beld in Crasby Baptis Church man, Jr., Saturday and Sunday. last week beginning at 8:3 each Mrs. David Wayne Williams morning. Thirty young people and son, Van, visited her par- participated in the week's ac- 'eats, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant, tivities. VBS commencement was in Ferriday last Monday. held on Sunday night. ............................ ]--i ..... i ............................  ..... :::ml- NURSERY SCHOOL c00nd KINDERGARTEN Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Developed curriculum offered for 4 and 5 year olds using latest professional methods. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL. For further information contact: Mrs. O. K. Ferguson Phone 888-6682 SiuggiW it out to the emJo 00Ford Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, M00ss. II 125 Jefferson Davis Blvd. Natchez DRESSES Junior & Misses SPORTSWEAR Junior & Misses PANTSUITS Junior & Misses ALL I SALES SWIMSUITS Junior & Misses FINAL I I I IIIIIIII . k,