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Friday, January 12, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Missisdppi MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED I MRS. NOLAN McCRAINE avers. ames Allen Massey m of iIS I. R. CLUB IIOSTESS Woodvllle ,announces .the ,a- - ..... Russell Club h.td a cl:Flmeetin00 on Friday, " " , y Lou Byars, m ". tlo ....... 5 .at the Border with "" Lewis Boyles, J:r., of Na]bch,ez, rlrto,, men D  t The nMcmbeN s '1 r 'M The wedding was solemnized in s, eated her gue.sts at a long table ,the Byars home in Natchez on cen, tcred wi.th a lovely arrange- merit of red camellias and ivy January 9th wih the Roy. W. F. Whalely of Jefferson Street and red candles in crystal can- iMethodist Church officia.ting, dlesUicks. The party fare fea- IAf.Der ,a s,h.ort wedding trip, tared shrimp salad, aparagus. he couple will be at home at apricot squares, m,rmgue kisses 108 :Sargent Plentiss. Drive in and candy and coffee. :Natchez. The program f.or the after- noon was lresented by Mrs. Be:t Montfort and i]er subject CORRECTION was "In the Footsteps of Lewis " k" Through an error, one line of and Clar . When Tlmmas Jef- ,YPe was omitted f.rom the ferson bee.sine president te be- Skipper-Ruiz engagemen, an- gan planning an expedition to nounc, ement which appeared in explore ancl map the territory west of die Missouri Riwer. Se- OUr last issue. The first parR- leered as its leader was Meri- graph should have read: Mr. ,and Mrs. James Roland Ruiz, wether Lewis, B.residcnt Jeffer- son's sccr,etary, and lie ehoe as Sr., of Ventress, ,Louisiana, an- his par, mcr William Clark. nounce the engagement and ap- .laroaching marriage of .teir After months .of planning and daughter, Jimmie Lee. to Mr. p.cparation, .a party of forty- ,bert Lee Sktppe,r of Woodville, five men left St. Charles. Mis-- son of Mrs. Loraine Skipper a,nd souri, on May 14. 18{;4. on tle .the late Mr. Robert L. Skipper long and marly times quite of Magnolia. hazardous journey. The two Our ,apologies for this error, captains k, ept journalss and e- corded in them t.he things they saw as they tr.aveled up the lep'lacin Fr. John Niemeyer Missouri iver. Tis journey oer this: weekend will be the took !:c,m thrcugh tlm state of Roy. James Kircher, former Missouri, alon,.a the borcter of ,1)astor at Lumberton who is ,Nebraska and Iowa. and into currently in New Orleans pro-]the states of Sou, th and North Paring for f, orelgn mission duty, Dakota. They continued across Montana, m, ade a loop down into CATCHINGS Idaho and followed the Snake McELWEE-CAMP NUPTIALS IN FLORDIA blazed. In the Bitteroot 1Voun- rains .the par.ty split, with Lewi going north and Clark oing south, so that the terri,tory there could be explored and mapped. The two groups were reunited near the confluence of the Yel- lowstone and Missouri Rivems and they continued down the ,VLis:.:.uri 1,o St. Lewis. which they reached on Ceptember 23, .Miss Linda Loui.se Camp and Mr. Frank Dixon McElwee, J., were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at Church- by-the-Sea in Fort Lauderdale, Florida,' on December 23 at our o'clock in .the .afternoon. Dr. Edward P. Downey officiated at the double rin,g ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Newman Camp of Fort Lauderdale. She MISS GERMANY, MR. BOOTH WED IN HOME CEREMONY An early afternoon wedding of December 23 was that L0f Miss Jessica Helen Germany, daugh- ter of Mr. and rs. Charles Christmann Germany, Jr., to Mr. Philip George Booth, son of Mrs. Virginia Booth of Clinton and Mr. George Preston Booth of West Point. The Joseph Street home of Mr. ,and iVtrs. Germany was .the se,tting for the one o'clock ceremony which was attended by the immediate fam- ilies ,and close friends of the young couple. The Rev. Donald O'Quinn of- ficiated at the double ring cere- mony in ,a holiday seVting of holly, pine and white poinsettias flanked with .brass candelabra. The bride's brother, C,harles Clristmann Germany, HI, and her cousin, Randolph Ewing Patton, Jr., lighted the ivory tap er, s. As Mrs. Ray Anders played Mencbelssohn's "Wedding March," the wedding party en, tered the living room. The bride, given in marriage by hr fa.thr, wore a Victorian wedding gown of ivory Cluny lace. designed with em- Page 3 VVoodville CIVIC CLUB News A meetin,g of the board of the Civic Club will be held next Monday, Janu,ary 15, a.t the Health Center at 7:30 p.m. All board members re urged to attend. New Members Mr. and Mrs. J. M Sessions, IH, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hartness, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie G. Davis, Mrs. D. H. Brann,an, Hal Bran- nan, M. and Mrs. Hines Bran- nan, Rouston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs..Glenn Thomas, Louisville, Ky., Mr. and 'Mrs. Bobby Thom- as, Gulfport, Nrs. Iarry Hill, Mrs. Robert Ctchings, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wheeler, 1Vr. and Mrs. R. P. Smither, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stockett. Pilgrimage 1973 March 23, 24 and 25 Fur, ther correspondence with pire bodice featuring a ruffled the Ev, a, ngeline Parish Hone- sailor collar and accented by a makerrs Club indicates .that 90 belt of ivory satin which ended members plan .to .attend the as a bow in front. The Long sleeves had . full ,ruffle at the wrist and the sof,tly gathered s,tirt rwas bordered wi.th six rows of tiny ruffles. She carried a colonial nosegay of pink roses w.ith gypsophelia. Miss Susie Reese was .the bride's maid of honor and only attendant. She wore a long empire-style g.own of moss green velvet and ca,rried a nose- gay of pink roses tied with gold I ribbon. Mr. Jim Nicholas of Clinton served as best man. Immediately following ,the Pilgrimage. The Universal Tour Agency of New Orleans will tire with seasonal arr, angemenes of greenery .and Ch,rlstmas dec- orations. Brunch ws served fr, em .bhe dining ,table on'which wide :bands of red velvet ribbon were crossed and centered with a candelabrum holding lighted tapers. Out-of-town Wedding Guests Mrs. Fern Champenois, Mr. James H. Turner..and Mr. David Sheeley of tattiesbug; Mrs. J. L. Gerla.ny and daughters, Shells and enise, Lore.auriCle, have a tour of appoxtmately 46 persons. As a result of our mailing to all the arden clubs, the Broadmole Garden Club of Jackson announced tills week th'oT intention of having a zour ttend of about 40 persons. We are delighted .to have them ,all and hope this is only t, he beginning ! Brochures Anyone desiring additional brochures to mail to friends and prospective Pilgrimage goers can obtain them from ellher Town Hall or .Mrs. Burlin While- at the Woodville Pain, t Store. Mars Hill News Mr. and Mrs. Arlie V. Ashley left for home Tuesday alder spending the holidays here vis- iting Mr..a,nd ,Mrs. H. J. Ash- ley and fr.lends. Mrs. Ashley's father, ,Mr. Nelson, wen,t back to Roanoke, Vs., with them to spend a while. Misses Sherry and Wanda Cavin of Pc, ton Rouge spent Friday through Sunday here visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin, and their uncle and aunt, ,Mr. "and iVrs. Kennon Ashley, and Mary. Sunday guests g Mr. and Mrs. Louis /rnold were Mr. and Mrs. ,Cecil Breland and Linda and Mr. a,d Mrs. Terry Martin and Mr. ,and Mrs. David Pelter, all of Baton Ro.uge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cavin and Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 Woodville, Miss. P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-8815 Jackson, Miss. ire - Automobile .Life - Bonds Oliver W. Catehings, Jr. and then the Columbia Rivers 1806. graduated from Stranahan High La.; Mr. and Mrs. George Lal- daughter, Miss Betty Cavin, vis- un, til they reach,ed the Pacific The greatest aecomplishmen.t School and Salem College in ceremony a buffet luncheon was Ocean in November 1805. They of this 8.C00 mile journey was Winston-Salem, North Carolina. served in the dining room with 1.RUde, New Iberia, La.; Mrs. 1,tedin GlosterMr" andlastMrS.week.BU.tler Halford had be,on joined by a French a filling in of a great blank Mr. McElwee is the son of Mrs. Delto,n Moore. Mrs. Me- Virginia Booth, Dr. and ,Mrs. Canadian fur trapper .and his space on the maps which even- Colonel and Mrs. Frank Dixon Kinley Johnson and Miss Hat- J'J,ackE' Parkman,Piekins, Clinton;and Mr. andLt. MrS.and India:n wife who had been qui,te tually led to a wes.tern migr,a- MoElwee, Sr., of Ho-Ho-Kus, riot Cohen assisting as hostesses. valuable as guides and inter- tion that filled the continent New Jersey, and is the grandson For travcling the bride chose iVrs. J., E. Parkman, Jr., Lub- POSTED pretcrs through .the Shoshone wi!h people from Atlantic to of Mrs. Charles McElwee of a dress and coat co,stume of beck, Tex.; Mr. ,nd *Mrs. J.R. All hunting and fishing on Indian. country. Pacific. C,entreville. He graduated from aqua j,acquar,d kni,t with which White, Nor wGod. La.; Miss Ha,r- lands leased and controlled riot Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. by Lessley Hunting Camp is In March of 1806 they began Mrs. Montfort ttlen played a Heidelberg ,High School, Heidel- she wore a whi.te orchid corsage. the long journey home following recGrd that dramatized some of berg, Germany, and Virginia Rfce bags were distributed by Bruce Lundgren, Jackson; Mr. prohibited. Said lands, are esther closely the trail they had tile highli,hts of ,this great Military Insti, tute, Lexington, the bride's cousins, Misses Me- and Mrs. R. L. Davis, Mr. Omer posted and patrolled..Vto- adven*ture. Virginia, and 1 currently at- lissa Ann and &ngela Patton. Canroll Davis, and Miss Mary lators will be prosecuted. tending Graduate School of Bus- The bride, whose mother is Beth Wood, Brookhaven; M,iss Lessley The Roy. Mr. Kircher s a for- The next meeting will be on iness, .Sta,nf,o,rd Un,lversity, Pale the former Miss Rom.a Fern Kathy Willoulhby, Meridian; mer Air Force officer and halls 5,anuary 1,9th at .the home of Alto, California. He is a veteran Champenol,s, gr.aduated from and Miss, Peggy Clu,ht0n, Tal- Hunting, Caml!,. from Roches,ter, N.Y. Mrs. G. L. Morris. of four years' duty in the U. S. Mlllsaps College. She is, e lulah, La, . .......... .......................................... Air Force. granddaughter of Mrs. Fern .,,,, ' - o, w00**on or o* BILG9 a,ttended her sister as matron the late Mr. and. Mrs.. C. C. I00RLI= of honor, and bridesmaids in- Germany of Centreville. eluded Mrs. Milton Newman .Mr. Booth, whose mother is Camp, Jr.. Orlando, Florida, Mrs. the former Miss Vi,rginia Pa.rk- Jeffrey Smith, St. Pebersbtrg, man, graduated from the Uni- e Flor, ida, and Mrs. Robert Kalei- versity of Southern ,Mississippi. Our First BIG SALE of th Year dR, oral Gables, Florida. He is flhe gr.andson of Mrs. A.H. \\; Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, J00n. 11 - 13 Colonel McE1wee attended his Parkman ,of Clinton and the son a,s best man, and grooms- la, te Mr. Parkman and of Mr. and Wintuk KNITTING WORSTED 89c men were Messrs. Charles Ed- Mrs. Delbevt Manly Booth of Northern 50 ct. ward McElwee, Ho-Ho-Kus, MII- Wes,t Point. BOX Onward ENVELOPES 3 for 99c * N or 25c and James Davies Severance. in Hattiesburg where the groom JIGSAW PUZZLES 2 for 99c, ..- " Fort Walton Beach. is in .gzad,u,a,De school ,a. .the. Uni- "A''r''-' A reception at tile Lauderdale v,ersity of Southern Mississippi, WOOLITE,, 16 oz. bottle 89c ' . Bryan 15 oz. Yacht Club followed the weddi, ng Afternoon Tea [ " /r Borden's Instant l BEEF STEW 43c ceremony. After a wedding trip On December 21 an afternoon BATHROOM TISSUE 3 twin packs 89c the e,ouple are now t home in ea in the W. B. Nettervtlle home POTATOES honored MIss Germany. Host- Mountain View, California. COME SEE WHAT 9c WILL BUYI . esses at the tea .wl Mr, s. |= 6 oz. I CoRNBryan 5 BEEF00" 47c WARDPARTY oNHONORSBIRTHDAyFRANK Nettervilte wre Mrs. D. N. Red- VE RE ............ HASH head. Mrs. "Harry Ash, Mrs. W.R. INTENSI CA Lotion 89c Mr. and Mrs C. E. Ward, Jr., The receiving line formed in TINKLES, Daytime 30% $1.19 1 Pack VeJ onored their son, Frank, on his the living room before a beau- ninth :birthday, on December 28. tlfully decorated Christmas tree. PANTY HOSE, queen size $].00 : VowN TISSUE 85c with a delicious spa,ghebtl and. Holiday glreeneryand orrtments me,ball dirmer -- Puerto Rican were pl,aeed elsewhere in he PAINT BY NUMBERS. Sets 59c" style -- at ,the Catholic Hall receptio rooms. The h.onoree , ! w-w 'Kraft 16 oz. which brllliantly displayed tlle wore a blue and .white floor CARPET MATS " 2for 79c cultnary techniques of enth skirt with a .red ,blouse a ery good cook and charming: and the wh.i.te orchid eors.age SIT ON HAMPERS " $2.99 1000 Island Dressing 59c e=ellent 15oz. Kelly hostess, "Miss Tory." prescribed to. her by the ho*t- r 5 S[ aghetti and Meat "Upon ,a, ra'l,a guests were ,esses. POLYESTER THREAD 3 fa 9c B 00,LLS, 2 for 59c Bama 18 oz. greeted and g, atheled around The tea table was cove,red .. ' .......... APPLE JELLY 33c the center table which was with an ec,ru Jamacian linen Door'-Busting Sale Price.Wide overlaid with a white cloth and cutwork Cloth and decorated _ , , =--,- ........... was centered wt,th a :restive with a large hurricane lamp tS iq I'A..I C"ot'ue,"'"'A" TISSUE WAX 71c Christmas decoration and red surrounded ,at; the base by a 4 for 99c ,., cmellia ,arrangement, Holiday della obbia wreath and vchite red tapers in ,black wrought carna.tions. At one qn, d f l)le PLA-DOH, ,package '59c ]'OWELS 3 , Brea , ":; wood candlesticks .flalaked each t,able ,punch was served and, at |LV 4 end Of the tble and accented the other a Yule Iog eon',.ctio. ASSORTED GAMES, choice 69c or 99c -, wj-,, the huge rec.tangular two-layer Buffet Supper i8 s " H.D. st O Chick chocolate cake rlmmed with Mr. and rs. V. A. McNabb, AFGAN KITS , $5.99 . W Chunk Tuna tl ,.. INUM FOIL 51c Af singin,, the ,rad,tional ,and Mrs.'C./D. Lewis aonored PLAYING CARDS 19c ",Happy Birthd, ay" song to the ,the Young couple bn the eve of .  guest of honor, the gifts were lhe weddirg in, the McNbb FRAMED PICTURES, 28x52 $3.99: V2s opened ,and :displayed. David home wh a ,buffet upper, " BEADS 71c " 47  Ferguson ,and Bob Herring, ton Whi,eh was ,ttentled by the wed- JUMBO COLOR,NG BOOKS | 59c 15 Ounce C were winners f the indoor @ing party, members of the ' " ames of .touch football, f am.iltes,nd o'u't-of-town guests. CRAYONS, 24 count 2 for49c Guests atending the delight- The reception rooms were dec- NIAGARAsTARCH 43c fu event 'were Masters Andy orb;ted for'the Chrlstmas ea- Assorted MODEL KITS Brondum, avid Fe,rguson, BGb son with a ligh,ted ,tee and  :=  i Herrington, Lee Johns,ton, Over- gavl,ands bf holly arid pine. The I lb. Bowl ..... . . ton Nicholas, /ndrew Sessions, ,dlnn,g table was centered with I Big Values In Every Department '" ' ",,,, u t00iracle 00'L'p "LE" 39c '"" ----" / - - I ol,m e s Sturgeon,,, Raymond ,a silver ;bowl of red carnatlons - - ..... , Swaggar, t, Levin Walker, and and silver candelabrs e holding '" BEN FRANKLIN., :STORE VARIETY SHA11 iram Sturgeon f Hattiesburg,. red tapers, i THE red and Ireen 13arty' Bnmeh mins was li,btle Mi,ss Else Mil- Mr. and Mrs. ,C. C. J,aeks,on, dred Ward. Also, assisttng with Jr., ,e,ntertainect at a hru,neh for the serving was Miss Joyce the wedding party and out-of- 0 Main Street W 0DVILLE, MISS. 888"4282 Anderson: town guests &t en o'clock on - IA.ttle bags of cookies and of the wedding at cartdies were give ,az party  in, Gloster. ' Were, fe,