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August 31, 1973 Th-e Woodvflle Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 {]&RTER-WILKINSON Peggy Sue Wilkinson, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkin- became the bride of Alex Carter, son of Mr. and I. A. Carter, on August 4 it even-tlirty o'clock in the at the home or the parents. The double ring ceremony Performed by the Rev. M. R. uncle of the groom, of 95 ATTEND BIRTHDAY PARTY SUNDAY FOR DINNER PARTY HONORS MISS FORTSON AND MR. TREPPENDAIIL Miss Sally Fortson of Owens- bore, Kentucky, and Mr. A. W. Treppendahl, Jr., of Woodvtlle were honored on Thursday night of last week at a delightful dinner party at the home of Mr. MRS. JOltN FLOWERS BACK TO COLIGE TREK NOW UNDERWAY The annual back to school time has come for local college ,and university student. Many have, ah'eady deparCed, whle others will be leaving soon. Following is a partial list of local students who are going to college this fall. We would Ninety - five relatives friends gathered at the home and close friends of the honored of Mrs. John Flowers in the/couple were guests Wilkinson nezghborhood last.[ Miss Fortson wore for the Sunday to join her for the cole- I occasion a pink checked pants bration of her 83rd birthday, suit. She and her fiancee were GuesCs for the occasion, which 9resented a handsome silver is marked annually with a ram- covered double casserole by ther ily gathering, included all .of her hosts. )arch and the house were ten children. with greenery and All of those attending brought leaf caladiums. The bride baskets of food and a bountiful Rosetta News in marriage by her father, dinner was enjoyed at the noon a brown and yellow street hour. Mrs. Flowers was the re- knit dress with matching ciptent of many gifts in recog- jacket. She carried a nition of the happy event. 01hid.Bible centered with an Children of the honoree who I were .present for the day in- Maid of honor was the bride's eluded Mrs. Tom Scott. Mrs. Miss Frances Wilkinson. Edward Carter. Mrs. Spencer wore a yellow and white Stutzman and Mrs. Jim Adkins length dress and carried all of Natchez; Mrs. Henry aosegay of yellow and white Beattie. Mrs. John Henderson, Mr. John Flowers, and Mr. lYir. Carter served as his son's George Flowers. all of Baton st man. Rouge; Mr. Joe Flowers of The mother of the.bride wore Bro.okhaven; and Mr. Myrle rose and white print dress, Flowers of Wilkinson. Others hile the groom's mother wore attending included h'er sister Pink knit dress. Each mother Mrs. Helen Cavin of CroSby, and son. Glynn, of Natchez visited 0re a corsage of w.hite split her brothers, Messrs San] 0. his mother, Mrs. Louise Day, 4rnations. Leake and Wilmer Leake of Sunday. eeeption was held imme- Woodville: and special guests Mr. T. C. Murray of Baton following the ceremony, and friends, Mrs. Archie Carter Rouge visited his brother and bride's table was overlaid and Mrs. G. M. Smith. who have sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Iver- ith a white lace cloth and was been regular attendants at the son Murray, Sunday. eebtered with an arrangement annual event. All but three of Mr. D. N. Williams visited his ! Yellow marigolds. One end of Mrs. Flowers' grandchildren were son and daughter-in-law, Mr. .the table held the two-tiered also present, along with one and Mrs. T. A. Williams, in and Mrs. Svend Treppendahl. appreciate being advised of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Habig, Jr.. i those we have inadvertently were co-hosts for the enjoyable lmissed, for publication in our and event, at which twelve relatives next issue. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and children af St. Francisville vis- ited Mrs. Louise Day and Mrs. Charlie Brabham, Jr.. and fam- ily Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Chuck Bearden was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry Sunday Mr. and Mrs. David Sturdi- vent and son. David. of Natchez visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tamale G. Sturdivant, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pat Huff of Ba- ton Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Day .and Mississippi State University, Starkville: Edna Berryhfll, John Dawson, Paul Chapman, Leroy Smith, Carol Ads Smith, Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Jr., Richard Smlther, Jr. University of Mississippi, Ox- ford: Lake Tolbert, Willie Mor- ris. Stephen Rosenblatt, Bruce Crosby News ArcndePs llonored On Sunday, August 26, the Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Arender were 'given a surprise anniver- sary party by the Crosby United Methodist Youth Fellowship. The Arenders were given a small gift by the UMYF as a token of love and appreciation for their de- voted service to the community. The group feasted on cake, chips 'n dip and Cokes Mrs. V. L. Campbell is in Pas- cagoula visiting with her daugh- ter. Miss Minnie Campbell. Mrs. Campbell left last Sunday. Mike Foreman left this week for Mississippi State University to attend school this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jlnnny Temple Lewis. and Little Jim were in Crosby University of MississippiMed- I Saturday visiting 'his parents, ical School, Jackson: David Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Temple. McGraw. .Mrs. Modena Tillery was in Mississippi State College for lher Crosby home last weekend Women, Columbus: Loraine] Mrs. William Rymer and chil- Beckham, Renee Beckham, Judy'dren, Lisa, Todd and Jeffrey, Hammack, Yvonne Nettervllle, spent last week with her par- Denise Gonsoulin, Melanie Tre- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Rayford vtllion, LaVerne McGraw, Cath- erine Whetstone. Mrs. James L. Belle Isle. University of Southern Missis- sippi, Hattiesburg: Melinda Carter, Diane Carter, Mrs. Myron Waddell, Andy Lewis, Renee Jansen, Amy Day, Billy Catchings. Vanderbilt University, Nash- Temple. Mr. Rymer joined them for a weekend visit. Get well wishes go to Mrs. P. G. Brown, who is in Centre- ville's Field Memorial Hospital. The annual Little League All- Star banquet was held last week a Pine Hills Country Club with five Crosby boys receiving tro- phies. They are: Keith Smith, villa, Term: Thomas blatt. Belhaven College, Jackson: Mary Ellen Rosenblatt, Mrs. David McGraw Harding College, Searcy, Ark.: Tim Ashley, Charles Howell Mississippi College, Clinton: Valerie Hewes. Louisiana State University, Rosen- Pat Robinson, Sammy Lanehart, C. E. Courtney, and Curtis Lane- hart. The coaches also received trophies and plaques. Robert Hardin, son of the Roy. and Mrs. Clyde Arender, was in Raleigh last week visiting for several days "ith his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Crout. ed di ng cake which was great-great-grandchild. lraed with yellow and green n sugar roses and topped]MARS HILL HMC MEETS th the traditional bride and Oom. At the other end of the l The Mars Hill Homemakers ble was a crystal punch bowl Club met in the home of Mrs. at the reception were Necie Green on August 22 for Cuba Rodgers, Mrs. Troy an all-day workday with four Reese, Mrs. Waiter Reed, Mrs. i members present and one vis- D. Townley, Mrs. Mike Logan, itor, Mrs. Ethel Dowling. The Vernon Carter, and Mrs. group made fabric flowers and Tolbert. Presiding at th work with decals. Each member register was Miss Jo Wll- I attending brought a covered Rice girls were Misses Idish for lunch, .which was served and Mildred Logan. with iced tea. Reporter. Mter a wedding trip to New orleans, the couple will be Carter is employed by a state at I Orae in Jackson where Mr. agency as an accountant. Church Hill last weekend. Baton Rouge: Susie Wayne Mr. and Mrs Elton Perry of Spillman, Staten Ard, George Gonzales, La., visited Mr. and Nicholas. Mrs. Mitchell Perry the past U.S. Naval Academy, Annap- weekend, ells, Md.: David Treppendahl. Mr. Billy Greet of Herman- University of Tennessee Dental ville visited Mr. and Mrs. George School, Memphis: Dalton Moore *eo ee ee Greer, Mr. Keller Greer. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., Thursday. Whitehead. We are sorry to repor that Southeast Louisiana Uniter- Mrs. Bertha Stewart is a patient ity, Hammond. La.: James in Field Memorial Hospital. Bailey, Thomas Spillman Mrs. James Livingston came Delta State College, Cleve- up from Hammond, La., last land: Donald Enis. Wednesday for a visit with her Northeast Louisiana State Uni- mother, Mrs. Bob Keller versity, Monroe: Mary Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. John P Floyd Southwest Junior College, of Gloster visited his mother, Summit: James Bradley, Ben Tolbert, Cornelia Cumbo, Clif- ford Whetstone, Clara Irene Whitaker Linda White. Gone Lofton, Frances Whetstone. Wood Junior College, Mathis- ton: Charles Whetstone, Jr. Perrytown News Mrs. Sally Cobb and grand- son, Seattle, of Crosby visited her sister. Mrs. Lela Hazllp, one Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Aug. 30-Sept. 1 USM, Natchez: Carrie Lynn day last week. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and children. Wayne and Mary, of Baton Rouge, Mr. Russel Ford of Woodville, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Vines visited her sister, Mrs. Dolly Sanders, Sun- day in the Baton RoUge General Hospital. Reports are that she is showing some improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders were in Natchez Saturday on busmess. While there they vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. James Anders and children and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huff. Guests in the home of Mrs. Nina Sturdivant Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Mack Sturdivant and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thompson of Natchez, and Mr. James Johnson and a friend, Mr. Tom McNabb, of Greens- burg, La. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Perry and Mrs. Pearly D. Perry and Lioton 1 oz. Lemon s. L Decker of Gloster. and Mr. "l[J.w'--"'l a Ooe . ,. ICE TEA MIX 2-25c children and Mr. and Mrs. Steve .._.:made .... Cox and Stephanie of Buffalo -- uuo,-00 ' Hunter s Choic CLOROX, gal. 65c CavinMrs. SundaY.Myrtis Perry and Mrs. lnten00l : FO.... Joyce Perry and children went " DOG to Baton Rouge for the wedding SEASONALL, 3 oz. 25c Saturday night of the farmer's grandson, Mr. Adrian Jackson. -g 25 Ibs. " He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. g Morris Jackson of Zachary, La. 45  Green Giant MIss Gayle Nettles, the bride- $ PEAS, 303 can 29c to-be Mr.f Mr. David MorrisHeaterNet-f ..... Waco, Texas, was honored with a bridal shower Saturday night at the home of her uncle and 2-Roll Package aunt, and Mrs. ties, on Silver Creek. The host-  -- AURORA TISSUE 3-$1.00 esses were her cousins, Mrs. 18 in. Heavy Duty ALUMINUM FOIL 53c WE WILL BE CLOSED NEXT MONDAY FOR LABOR DAY 409 CLEANSER 75c Dei Monte No. 303 F160 Count CUT BEANS 31c Regular or Super NAPKINS TAMPAX, 40 cnt. $1.49 k 2for63c 4 4 ounce BLACK PEPPER 47c Bobby Johnson Mrs. Lemual Whittington, and Miss Sue Net- tles. She received a variety of nice, useful gifts. We extend our sympathy to the family of Miss Maud Dar- vington, who passed away last week in Yazoo City. She was born and reared in Wilkinson County but moved to Yazoo City several Fears ago to be with her brother, Dr. John Darringt0n; who preceded her in death. She was 99 years old at the time of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin celebrated their sixtieth wed- cling anniversary on Monday, August 27. We wish them many more happy years together. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Day and family of Natchez were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Mrs. John Murray of Baton Rouge visited her son-inqaw and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jennlngs Cavin, last week. , Vacation is a pleasant interruptii)n from work. Make it on more pleasant with the peace of mind Form Bureau insurance can help give you. From homeowners Inurance to auto protection, you'll be assured that vacation time won't end in u great financial loss due to en accidenL Take advantage of Farm Bureau's complete protection. Call your local Farm Bureau insurance agent today about preparing for tomorrow, Richard Flaccomio 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 Woodville, Miss. Tile VARIETY SHAf, K Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888.4282 Mrs. George G:reer, during the past week. Mrs. Margie Haygood spent the past week .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., during the quarter break at the University of Southern Missis- sippi, her grandchildren, shannon and lrlan, of Natchez, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders Wednes- day. Mrs. Hazel Hazlip has returned to her home after spending sev- eral days last week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hazlip, and children in Natchez. Guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Perry Sunday were Mr Davis Perry of Vidalia; Mr. and Mrs. Shad Perry and grandehil- Perry and Mr..and Mrs. PaUl Sterling of Gloster, last week- end. Recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. Willie Hazlip were Mr. and Mrs. TIE. Crumholt and ' son, ally Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nauman, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hayes and daughter, Kriste, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat- rick Thomas, all of Baton Rouge, and Mr. Mike Thomas of Hous- ton, Texas. Mrs. Emma Perry ts able to dren, Shannon and Brian. Mrtreturn to her home after spend- and Mrs. Stanley Perry, and Mr. iing several weeks with her son- Rodger Perry and his friend, in-law and daughter, Mr. and Miss Celia Jackson. all of Mrs. Jewel hnders. Natchez; and Mr. Elvin Perry of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly .and Crosby. children, Troy and Missie, of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry of Crosby visited their parents, Mr. Gonzales, La., visited their par- and Mrs. Maurice Murray, Sun- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pharoa.h day. 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