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August 70, 1973 IARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr..and Mrs. Milton Frank of Woodville announce marriage of their daughter, Katherine, to Mr. Tracy le Smith, also ,of Woodville, son of Mr. Homer David of Baton Rouge and Mrs. Gibson of Gulfport. The ceremony was performed ! Livingston, Alabama, on July Tth. The bride is the granddaugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clin- Flowers ,of Wilkinson and of Adellna Agnes D&apos;Aquila and late Mr. Sam D',quila of Adams. She is a graduate CROSBY HIGII CLASS OF 1953 ENJOYS REUNION The Glostonian Motel was the setting on Sturday night, July 21, for a reunion of the Crosby High School Class of 1953. Many of the members saw each other T for the first time since gradua- tion, with some traveling aeve- hundred miles. After a fellowship hour and dinner J. H. McDowell former class president, presided over the meeting and Paige Cothren gave an inspiring talk The class voted to upport the restoration project for the Crosby School Wilkinson County Christian buildings. A donation of ap- and is presently en- 3roximatcly ,$50. was given by at Copiah-Llncoln Junior for the fall term. ;mith is a graduate of Central High School Gulfport and received his gree in forestry from Missis- State University in 1970. is presently employed by the Forestry Commission County Forester for Wilkin- County. I'E MARDI CLUB ENJOYS UMMER MEETINGS Members of Le Mardi Club twice during the an- nual summer recess for special tlvitie.s. he first event was a May iOnic at the lovely country roe of Mr..and Mrs. J6hn ale. The Dales were joined by r. and Mrs. Charles A. Plitt, r,, in en.tertaining the twenty- Wen guests present. A delicious lOPer and soci,al evening was by members and their On July 31. the traditional Le Club luncheon was held the ,gracious home of Mrs. Leake. Fourteen ladies each contributing a dish make up the enticing menu. fell, owship as well as the meal was a delight to attending. the class to the project, in addi- tion to a $50 conl, ribution by Paige C:othren. Another class reunion is } phmned for the lhird Saturday in August. 1975. The following members volunteered to serve on a committee to plan the next reunion: J. H. McDowell. chair- man. Eugene Cameron. Wallace Havard. John L. McCabe. Pa- tricia Turner Robertsan. Paige Cothren. and Leona Crum Brawn. Those attending the reunmn were: Barbara Foreman Vaughn, Starkville: Dean Parker, Vicks- The Woodville Republican, Woodville, M;sslsslppl QUEEN-MOLLOY WEDDING IN TEXAS Mr. and Mrs. B3b Redhead of Orleans spent last weekend with f, amily members. ..... ,L'gNIB I Rosetta News Crosby News MeGraw-Beall Wedding J PV2 Reginald Smith, who is lhms For Friday Given /stationed in Germany, is home ' /on leave to ,welcome his first Wedding plans have been an- child, ,a daughter He will spend naunced for Barbara Ann Beall, I thlr.ty days with' his wife and daughter of Mrs. Jack Woods of lchild .and their families before Waterproof, La., and Billy Bealllreturning to Germany for an- of Vidalia, and William Roger I other year and a half of. duty. McGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Price of Jackson visited Shelton McGraw of Orosby. The nuptials will be held at five o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, August 10, :at Monclova Baptist Church .at Waterproof with the Rev. Homer Coleman oUiciating. Angola Smith will provide the music. Attending the bride as maid of honor will be Teresia Cole- man of Waterproof, and brides- maid will be Cheryl J,ones of Natchez. Serving as best man will be his father, and Bert Fleming of Natchez will be groomsman. Brothers of the betrothed couple, Dennis Beall and Phil Page 3 with Mrs. Maxine &render and sons last week. On Friday his mother and sister, Mrs. Mary Price and Cathy, came to get him. Accompanying' .the Prices were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Crout. Mars Hill News Guests of Mrs. Emma Bryant for the weekend were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge. Mr. Jack Cavin of St. Francis- vllle spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Cavin, and attended H,omecoming Day ,at Mars Hill Methodist Church. Mrs. Mottle White,head of Natchez and Mrs. Alma Decker of Gloster spent Thursday with their sister, Mrs. Jennie Arnold. Mr. Walter Cavin came home Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Temple Saturday after three days in and Little Jim were in Crosby Field Memorial Hospital for tests visiting their parents, Mr. and and observation. We hope he Mrs. Rayford Temple and Mrs. l wtl I soon be feeling fine. V. L. Campbell. Mrs. Dorothy Breland and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis and Guy, Theresa and Martha are on vacation in Utah and Wyo- ming. The Davis family left on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Petty daughters. Jackie and Linda. of Baton Rouge spent Sunday eve- ning with .her father, Mr. Louis Arnold and Mrs. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold went home with them to spend the night and re- McGraw, will serve as ushe,rs, were in Tarver, Ge.0.rgia, last turned home Monday evening. weekend visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin Upon their return from a trip The Pettys returned on Sunday spent Sunday on Silver Creek to the Gulf Coast, the couple accompanied by their children, at the home of their daughter. will reside in Natchez where Deron, Pare and Richaed. Mrs. Morris Nettles, and enjoyed he is employed at Redd Pest Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cutrer and a family reunion during the day. Control. son, Jeff, of Bellevue, Nebraska, - ............. ----- Miss Beall is a recen grad- and Mrs. Allen H. Smith of sermon" instead of regular serv- uate of Thomas Jefferson Acad- emy in Natc.hez and is employed at Suzanne Shop. Mr. McGraw attended Crosby High School and has recently returned from a tour of duty with the U. S. Army in Vietnam. Friends and relatives are in- vited to attend. burg; J. H. MeDowell, Coles; Card Of Thanks Pat Turner Robertson, MeComb: Mis Patty Ann Molloy and Frances Pritchard Thompson, Mr. Lee Allen Queen were mar- ing white tapers. My family and I would like Baton Rouge" Glendol Wisher. ried in an impressive double ring The bride, given in marriage to thank each of you for your Natchez: Eugene Cameron. Sum- ceremony at two o'clack in the by her father wore a formal prayers, cards and flowers. I mit: Robert Whittingtm]. Baton afternoon on July 21st at St.,gown of white silk organza over am now convalescing at home. Rouge; K e nn e th Rsbertson, Luke'.s United Methodist Church peau de sole. The bodice of the SpeCial thanks to Dr. Causey Liberty; Lafayette NettervHle. in tIouston. Texas. A-line gown featured wide bands and the entire staff ,at Field Natchez: John L. McCabe. Lib- The bride is the daughter of of crocheted lace which formed Hospital. May God bless each crty; Jack Cavin. St. Francis- Mr. and Mrs. Logan Harold a bateau neckline. The same of you. -- Mr. Gordon Rymer ville; Grace Jackson Roberton _-  ,,,,,, m,, , lace trim was used on the short - _ '  ']Molluz , ..... j ........... -] bell sleeves. The dress flowed Mrs. Jessie Mae Speights and wosoy, ,.eDna Crum Bowa, Ba .... " " I is the san of Mrs. Allen from the waist into a graceful daughter, Darlene, visited Mr. ton Rouge' Wallace Havard, < f _ , ,.  . I Mar,hall Queen, formerly o chapel-length train. Her veil of and Mrs. T. J Latham in Vi- daCKSOn; l:'alge cothren Mere+ ..., . .....  *rm ^,+ [Mmrunu, ,uw o ,,,a o,,, white illusion was prinkled with dalia. La., and Mr. .and Mrs. phm. __ ....... I TexaDs, and the late Mr. Queen. white crocheted daisies and fell Charles Eidt in Natchez Wed- The marriage was performed from a crown of crocheted dai- nesday. Mr. and Mr.s.R.P. Smitherlby the Rev. Woody Smith. Nup- sles. She carried a bridal bou- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Day, Jr., and daughters, Susan and Eliz- tial music was presented by Mr. quet of white roses, tube roses, rand sons returned to their home abeth, vacationed recently on Robert C. Bennett. . and baby's breath, in San Antonio, Tex. last Tues- the Gulf Coast. ] The altar of the church was Mrs. Wesley C. Booker served Mr. and Mrs. No!an Se8ser beautifully decorated with a spent last weekend in New Or- large arrangement of white tea leans and while there visited rose:, tube rose, stock ,and with his brother and sister-in-.Fuji taurus, flanked on either law. M.r. and Mrs. Larry Sesser.-side with brass candelabra hald- Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Aug. 9-11 ,11 i: Any Fragrance GLADE Air Freshener 45c No. 2 Del Monte' 5 to Package PINEAPPLE BRILLO PADS 10c as, her sister's matron of honor. Another ,sister. Miss Linda MaN lay, was maid of honor. Bridea,- tnalds' were 'Mrs. Bob Corelo. of Deland, Florida., and Mrs, Jerry Fly of Lexington, Ken- tucky. The attendants compIe- mented the bride in gowns of dotted ,sunshine yellow woile fashioned with V-necked sleeve- less bodices gracefully detailed with deep bias ruffles at the nedklines creating brief caplet sleeves. The .slim A-shaped skirts .were sashed at the waistlines with matching gro,sgrain ribbon They wore 9resh summer flowers ]in their hair which matched the nosegays they carried. Mr. James P. Goodman served as Mr. Queen's best man. Groomsmen were Mr. F. Michael FarrLsh. Mr. Robert V. McCreary and Mr. Thomas Gilmore Pierce. Ushers were Messrs. Larry E. Llnn, H. James Howell and Thomas Alvin Bond. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Molloy Chose a floor-length Gueydan, La., visited Mrs. B. F. Herman last weekend. Mrs. Rayford Temple went to Brookhaven last Thursday .to vi.sit Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tem- ple and Little Jim. On Friday Mrs. Temple returned to Crosby accompanied by Mrs. Carolyn Rymer and son. Jeffrey. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith and Elaine. Joy Lynn and Stan had the Bob Howell family as visitors last weekend. The How- ices at Rosetta, Union and Cros- by Methodist Churches. The program was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Moden, a Tillery was in her Crosby home last weekend. Miss Minnie Campbell has now finished college and is liv- ing with her mother. Mrs. V. L. Campbell, until she begins work. Minnie and Mrs. Campbell are vacationing this week in the Smokey M, mmtains. The Crosby Baptist revival ells are from Calla.han, Florida. took place last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Foreman the key. Herb Nettleton in and son, Darell, went to Pasa- charge of services and with a dens, Texas, last weekend. Ac- covered dish supper on Friday companying the Foremans were I night. The revival was enjoyed Mrs. Foreman's ister, Rhonda, and Cheryl and Pam Goodwtn. In the absence of the Rev. Clyde Arender, the Crosby UMYF choir gave a "song and scripture Patrick Huff of Baton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd For-, Jr., Sunday. We welcome Mrs. Lynn Perry, by all. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Utz and children. Brenda and Tmn, of Union Bridge, Maryland, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Petty. Mrs. Utz is Mrs. Petty's sister. Mr..and Mrs. J. L. McCabe and daughters, Ramona and Renee, of Winnsboro. South Car- ,day, after visiting his mother, who will be living with Mr. and olina, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Mrs. Louise Day. They were Mrs. Mitchell Perry. Wo.cdrow Day. joined for a visit on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and Children of St. Francisvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Day and chil- dren of Baton Rouge, and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day and chil- dren of Natchez. Mrs. Day re- turned to St. Francisvllle with the Harold Days Sunday for a visit. We are scery that Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray ,and son, Ben Allen. are moving to Scottsville, Alabama. They will be missed. Mr. Virgil Sturdivant, Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdivant and son, David, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Byrd and Charlotte of Natchez visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. Stur- div,ant, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Rymer ,and children of Natchez visited heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rayfo.rd Temple and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Netter- ville of Centreville visited Mr. NURSERY SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN Illlllgl ; Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m, Developed curriculum offered for 4 ar.d 5 year olds using latest professional methods. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL. For further information contact: Mrs. O. K. Ferguson Phone 888-6682 ! Sliced :or Crushed I Giant Size 37c Bounty TOWELS 2-79c " "" Del Monte 46 oz. PINEAPPLE JUICE 39c coral chiffon gown with a soft and Mrs. George Greet Sunday. skirt and natural waistline and Other qisitors were Mr. and Mrs. with long sheer sleeves. She G. A. McCoy and children, Jef- wore a corsage of coral ,ra-=e frey and Mary Ann, of Jackson, buds. Mrs. Queen wore a ftor- length gown of white lace over pale green which was comple- mented with a corsage of yellow rose buds. Reception Immediately .following . the ceremony, a reception was held at Memorial Drive Country Club. Del Monte Cut or French Style The bride's able was covered Heavy Duty BEANS, No. 303 31c with. a white lace el, ath over REYNOLD'S FOIL 49c white satin. The table was cen- -...: '],& I tered with a silver candelabrum holding white tapers into which 12 oz. Whole Kernel fDe; nte ' .._...,. a beautiful arrangement of whit'e tube roses, chrysanthe- NIBLETS CORN 2- 49c mums and gypmphelia had been placed with cascades of green %- and w.hite fern. A handsome three-tiered wedding cake was Hunt's 303 " [ TOMATOES 27c ii.ll . m,, ,placed at one endwhichOf, the table English Peas I and weddingpunchattheother. A white cloth also covered the --1 No. 303 I grooms ,table, was cen- tered with a large cake around Campbell 28 oz.  J which were placed garlands ,of PORK & BEANS 31c i00k, 27c greenery.  .. I Assisting in serving and in ' , helping to welcome guests were Mls.s Sara Davis, Miss Joanne American 8 oz. Karkut, Miss Jenny Vaughll, Mrs. Charles Rizzo .and Miss SHACK SWEET PICKLES THE 27c Belle Wilburn. Assisting with the wedding direction was Mrs. "Bruce MacMorran. For their wedding trip to Gal- veston, the bride wore a sun- shine yellow pants suit featuring a solid yellow blazer and yellow and white checked slacks. Following heir wedding trip the couple will make their lome in Houston. VARIETY Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 La. The MYF of Crosby United Methodist Church had ,the 8:45 service at Rosetta United Meth- odist Church. They presented the Ten Commandments in Scripture and music. It was an inspiring service. In ,the absence of the Rev. Clyde Arender, his wife will hold services with Miss Darlene Speights in charge of the music on August 12 at 8:45. Everyone CUSTOM CLIPPING & PLOWING is invited For information and arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Ashley'and sons, Wommie and please contact either: Rusty, .of Baton Rouge Visited her mother, Mrs. Louise Day Shone Pourciau at 645-4011 Tuesday. Mrs. Alton H.arvester and chll- or . dren were home for a few days before Glynn has surgery at St. Earl McNabb at a.'w Jude Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Baker and daughter and Mr. Gordon Dover in Centreville, Miss. of Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. , B-Ca last round winner. Fo.rd . P.ce-fghter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss.