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Friday, March 2, /973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 UDC ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR TABLEAUX AND CONFEDERATE BALL PERSONNEL OF SKIPPER- RUIZ WEDDING TOLD Miss Jinmie Lee Ruiz and SHOWER HONORS I MISS JIMMIE RUIZ I ! NoVJ s' esse?," MIi?:heeShMro ' Graham, Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., iVrs. Eddie G. Davi:s, Mrs. John Brondum, Mrs. James Herring- .ton, Mrs. Ed Henderson and Mrs. W. H MeOarty were hostesses at a miscellaneous sh,ewer given in honor of Miss The third annual Confederate Mr. Robert L. Skipper, who will Jimmie Ruiz. The complimen- Pageant and the third ann,ual 1be married at the Woodville tary affair was held in the Confederate Ball will be onlBaptist Church on Sunday at- lWoodville Baptist Church re- terno0n, March 4. at two o'clock, creation room on Thunsday, .. eparate nights this year due thi week announced the per- February 22, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. o the wonderful reception they sonnel of their wedding party. Miss Ruiz and Mr. Robert have received from local people The Rev. O. B. Beverly will Skipper will be married at the and visitors at Pilgrimage time. l officiate at the ceremony, and Woodville Baptist Church on The Confederate Pageant will'Mrs. Myro.n Waddell will serve Sunday, March 4, at two o'clock ,be on Frlday, March 23, atlas organist for the rites, in the afternoon. 8 p.m. at Club South of the Border. The pageant will be Miss Sharon Or,ham will trader the direction of Mrs. so,rye Miss Ruiz .as maid of Charles Cumbo, with .Mrs. Rose- honor, and trtdesmaids will be mary Spell as co,ordinator, and Miss Kathy Skipper of Magnolia those who should like to partic- and Miss Mary A],ice Ruiz of iPate in the dances or tableaux Ventress, La. are asked to call Cumbo's Frame I Mr. Jennings McCurley will Shop or Mrs. Spell. ,serve Mr. Skipper as best man, Adult tickets for the pageant and groomsmen will be Mr. at $1.25 and student tickets at Charles Inman and Mr. William C. Ruiz of Veniress. Jim Ruiz 75c will "be on sale at Cumbo's will assist as usher. lrame Shop or from any UDC Miss Ruiz, attired in a beige long sleeved jersey dress with a flower imprint design and with a yellow carnation corsage, re- ceived gtests with Mrs. Bron,- dun, Mrs. James R. Ruiz. her mother, Mrs. Lorraine Skipper, the prospective groom's mother. Mrs. E. W. Ruiz, Sr., her grand- mother, and Mrs. G. D. Ruiz, her aunt. Miss Mary Alice Ruiz, sister of the honoree, received guests MISS DAVIS, MR. McGRAW WED AT PIONEER CIIURCII MISS GERALDINE WALL LISTS RECOMMENDED READING FOR J.I.R. CLUB The Junior Irwin Russell Clu'b met in the home of Mrs. L. N. Kaigler ,with Mrs. John B. Daw- son as co-hostess last Friday afternoon, Febru.mry 23. There were eigllteen members present and eight gue,sts, Mrs. Charles Germany, Mns. John Dale, Mrs. Mark Curry, Mrs. Ch, atrles Camp- bell. Mrs. George Berry, Mrs. R. C. Kaigler, and the guest peaker. Miss Geraldine Wall of Claitor's Book Store in Baton Rouge, and her associate, Miss Cooper. Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Woodville Republican March 22 1973 Pilgrimage Edition Plans re materializing or a Miss Sarah Jansen m coordtnat- ,supplement of several ,pages as t!e first Pilgrimage Edition. An issue of this edition will be given to every Pilgrimage ticket holder as the front page will A beautiful arrangement of contain all the necessary tour- Junior Guides Miss Adelaide Curry will assist in the living room where a bowl a tour map, and a sched,ule of of bright yellow daffodils was events. als. a focal decoration. The inside pages will contain Everyone e,gerly looks for- many mrticles and photos of ward to Miss Wall's visits to historic interest all of which are her native Wilkinson County, bein,g published for 'the first and this visi,t was. no exception, time. Featured will be "The Burning of Bowling Green" by ing the young ladies and genetic- men who will serve as guides. Miss Jansen will conduct infor- mal classes to better inform the guides of local history and pre- pare them for thehr roles. T1]e Dear blossoms in a large, vase ling information, with ,photo- guides will be at Town Hall was placed near the entrance raphs of the homes on tour, Headquarters and will he avail- able upon request at no charge. Anyon,e interested in being a .guide is asked to see Miss Jonson, Mi Curry or Mrs. Ray Farra. TV M, rs. Ray Farrar and Mr. Er- nesto Caldeira will appear on Mrs. M. B. McGehee. The long WLBT-TV "Coffee With Jud'" descriptive arti:cle, written as a next Wednesday, March 7. at letter, is known to have been 9 a.m. They will discuss the published only ,once, in 1865. Pilgrimage and show slides Other stories will tell of Mrs. which were taken by Paul Habig. Miss Mary Ann Davis daugh- The talented speaker began tar of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vernon her review of recommended Davis of Woodville, and Mr. reading by stcessing a very William Harrison McGraw, son popular book written by a Baton of Mr. and Mrs. H,iriam S. Me- Rouge author. Sam Short, en- titled "'Tis So." member, starting today, Friday. To be assured ,of a seat it would to at.tend both the wedding be wise to purchase tickets in ceremony and the reception advance. This authentic pageant, which will follow immediately While seeming like fiction, is in the church recreation room. actually a reenactment of a- '.th.entic history and as ueh is a delightful educational experi- ence. Don't miss it. Proceeds go ,to the UDC ed,ucational fund. The Confederate Ball a Colorful costumed event is Friends are cordially invited at the registry table which was Graw of en'treville, were covered with a white linen cloth united in marriage on Saturday and held a single pnk camellia evening, February 17th, at six B&PW CLUB HAS PROGRAM ON CIVIC PARTICIPATION Mrs. Fannie Whitehead gave the program at the regeuar meeting of the Woodville Bu]i in a crystal vase. The serving iable was covered with a white cloth. Crystal punch bowls were placed at each end of the table, and the hostesses alternated t svrving punch. Yellow and white party squares, min.ts and nuts were placed on silver trays. The o'clock at Pio n e e r Baptist Church. Rev. Warren Whitaker officiated at the double ring ceremony. Englis,h ivy and red berries were effectively used in deco- rating the church for the oc- caslo,n. They entwined the candelabra in the chancel, which also held bows and Other books highly recom- mended by Miss Wall are: "Apostles of Light" by a Mis- Woodvlllians of yesteryear. si.sippi girl, Ellen Douglas, with Merchan, ts and friends of the the seting Homochito in Mi.s- Pilgrimage and the Civic Club sissippi. .are uged to advertise in this "The Camerons" by Robert ssue which will have an addi- Critchtzn. a turn of the century tional run of 1500 copies and novel taking place in Scotland. greatly increased circulation. "Bring Me a Unicorn." an Large ads welcoming visitors autobiographical account by are very much in oder. Ann Morrow Lindberg. St. Francisville Tour Betty Beaumont, of Carnot That same afternoon. Mrs. Posey, and other promi, nent Farrar and Mr. C,aldeira will appear on "Potpourri," a guest, at 3 p.m. on the Meridian station. The following day riley will attend the Marketi,ng Coancil meeting in Jackson of which Mrs. Farrar is a member and promote the 1973 Pilgrimage. Newspaper Advertising Several adve,rtisements and se.heduled for Saturday, Mrch 24, from 9 p.m til 1 a.m with usic by The Misstssippans of latchez, a group of prominent 'businessmen who have chosen to play for the Ball ,because it ia an outstanding, event and fun. "' oat and tie or ante-bellum lresa will ,be worn. Reserved seat tickets for he Confederate Ball go on sale to- day, March 2, at Cumbo's lrame '%hop, Standard O11 Co., Lake- View Lodge, or fom any UDC '.ember. Single tickets are $3.50 eaeh. An, advanced sale ticket Uarantee. a reserved seat. nes and Prefer'siGnal Women's Club on February 22, Using as her subject. "Civic Participation," she conducted a questi.on and answer discussion on the following: I. In your opinion what is the most outstanding permanent civic project in Woodville? 2. What project have you as a B&PW Club member partici- pated in? Those taking ,part last year since the tableaux are on lri- from Woodville or Centceville or day night, March 23, and the friend of .the United Daugh- Confederate Ball on a separate .tars of the ,Confederacy are night, Saturday, March 24. . Urged to join ia the fun. There Buy your tickets early and be more dances .this Year, bring the family to both these ,more entertainment wonderful Pilgrimage events. table held a center arran,ge- ment of Pink Perfection camel- lias in a silver bowl which was flanked by white candles in silver holders. Serving as tea girls were Misses Vickie Mc- Gehee, Donna McGehee, .and Patti Her,rington. A handsome bouquet of bright yellow daffodils and jonquils was placed ,on the mantle and an arrangement of pink camel- lias and skirt buttons i,n a white 3. In your opinion ,what is the most important civic project in the party area. that our group could participate The hostesses' gift to the honoree was  portable electric mixer. in for 19737 Following a group discussion, 'the answers listed by 'Mrs. Whitehead were given. 191TH THESE SA/INGS /OU'LL HAW Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, March 1 - 3 Blue Plate Dixiana 12 oz. ALL MEAT WEINERS 59c h 18 oz. Kraft APPLE JELLY 31c "Nina" by Nina Van Pallandt. streamers, and were banked on the pulpit surroundhg the the girl involved in the Clifford Irving scandal. Bible. "The Odessa File" by Fredrick Mrs. Ernie Davis served as Forsy, th, a book of high intrigue pianist for the wedding, vi,tes about ,an organization's attempt and accompanied Miss Jo Ann to save Hitler's Sto,r,m Troopers. Davis. who sang "Love Me 'The Btty Tree by Kath- Tender.". erine Morgan Ryan, the story of The bride, given in marriage a prairie town in Iowa. compared by her fathe, wore a traditional to Main Street" by Miss Wall. floor length gown of peau de "Greeu Darkness" by Anya sole with train and ear,tied a 16 oz. Hamburger SLICED DILLS March 17, 197.3 The confirmation of the res- ervatiofi of the bus for this tour must be made by Saturday, March 3. We have not quite half of one bus filled. Unless more reservations are made in the next day or two the tour will .be eancelled so if you intend to go please sign up. Cost is $4.5{) for the bus and $5.0{) for the .tour. Bus will leave Seton,, according to Miss Wall at 9 a.m. and return about 5 basket was displayed elsewhere bouquet of chrysanthemums the nose absorbing book she p.m. centered with an orchid, ever read. one of ,in trig.ue In The birde's cousin. Mrs. Diane which a web of good and evil Natchez Tour Scot, served as ,matron of is woven. April 5, 1973 honor and her only attendant. "Oserman Weekend" by Rob- The Thursday night Candle- She wore a floor length gown err Ludlum. another book of light Tour is proving very pop- of baby blue crepe a, nd carried intrigue, ular with many reservatians a ,single red rose.' Little Miss "Speak io Me of Love" by already made. Bus will leave at Sharlene Davis, ale a oin of Dor0.tby Eden.  '6 p.m. ad return about 10:45 the'bride, served"as flower girl I "The Man Wl:o Loved Cat p.m. and her dress ,was ,sin,liar to Dancing" by Marilyn Durham, Sign up for either of ,both that of the matron of honor, the s,tcry of a beautiful Indian tours ,at Town Hall, .the Library, Mr. Buck Pardon, served the girl, lth a male part which or at the Woodville Paint Store. groom as best man ,and young John Wayne could portray o New Members William L. Davis, cousin of the perfection according to Miss The last of the new morn'bans bride, was ring bearer. Larry Walh for the 1972-73 year ,are: Mr. Scott and Lane White served as "Peg Leg Pete" by Mel Ellis, and Mrs. Lucius Kaigler, Miss usher.s, the story of a mallard duck, a Gone Kalgler of J, ackson, Miss The bride's me.thor chose for book for wild game lovers. Oatherine Whetstone, Miss Su- her daug.hter's wedding a royal "Convention, M.D." by Frank zanne McDanlel of Jackson, blue. lt suit, worn with laughter, who is himself a and Mr. Raymond McKee of matching accessories. Mrs. Mc- doctor. Baton Rouge. McGraw's gown was a blue knit "The Flowerin,g" by Agne Hospitality Booth worn with matching acces- Sl!.gh Turnbull. story of a widow. In charge of staffing and 's, cries. "The Persian Boy" by Mary operation of the Hospitality Immedia,tely following the tRenault, story of a Greek boy. Booth during the Pilgrimage ceremony, a reception was held I "Snowfire" by Phylli.s A. Whir- will be Mrs. Jimmy Randall on in the church recreation room I nay, a new novel of semantic was I suspense. ,where the bride's table sur- "The Waiting Sands by Susan centered witt] .htte tper,s " Mayonna'se ! quart | Breast O' Chicken TUNA, pack 45c ...... 63c TWin Pack ' GALA TOWELS 43c 20V2 oz, Can BIG JOHN BEANS 42c 32c 12 oz. Whole Kernel NIBLET CORN 2 for 47c 18 oz. Bama PEACH PRESERVES 43c CI..... / 12 oz. Bama '[/%%'  , PEANUT BUTTER 45c COFFEE00 gaL MATE PUREX, 33c | | | 16 oz. II Royal Oak 79C jl CHARCOAL, 10 Ibs. 73c .9 "6 '' 4. iQuart Charcoal R FLUID 35c THE VARIETY SHACll Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 rounded wi,th English ivy and red berries: A punch bowl was placed :at one end of the table and the Wedding cake at the opposite end. Mrs. Billy Wayne Freeman, cousin of th'e :'bride, cut the wed- ding cake '.and Miss Dabble O'Dell, niec of the groom, as- sisted in serving. Mrs. Charles Ev, ans, Jr., poured punch and Mrs. Ronnie Ba,bers presided at the guest register. For her wedding trip ,the bride changed into a pink and White k.rit dress with short jacket .and matching acces- sories. On their return, the young couple will make their home in Centreville where both are em- ployed. Household Shower Miss Davs was complimented at a household shower on Feb- ruary 3rd at which Mrs. Ron,nie Babers, Mrs.. Larry Scott, Mrs. Bobby Nick, and Mis Jo Ann Davis were hotesses. The hon- oree was presented an electric mixer by her hostesses, .and gifts were opened and displayed dur- ing .the interesting event. MARS HIIL HOMENAKERS MEET WITH MRS. JOHNSON The Mars Hill Homemakers Club met in the home of Mrs. A. J. Johnson on Wednesday of last week at .two o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Johnson called :the meet- lng to ,order .and Mrs. Sally Cavin called the roll and read ,the minutes of ;the.!as meeting. Mrs. Johnson gave a demon- atrati0n.on how to test ld seed and also showed slides af Christ- mas scenes. Mrs. "el Tay- lor, recreation leade, ,esented Howatc.h 'set in windswept northern ScotlandJ "The Florentine" by Sandra Shulman. a major historica romance set in Renaissance Italy. h,nd last, but by no means l,ast, "Jonathan Livingston Sea- gull" by Richard Back, which take about thirty minu,tes s read and has headed the best seller list .for 43 weeks. At the conclusion of this. de- ligltfully entertaining" program by a gifted speaker, the host- esses invited ,their guests into the dining room where the tea table was centered with a siva arr,ang'ement of mixed early spring blossoms in a silver bowl flanked by three-tiered cande- labra width yellow tapers. The party menu feattred ,shrimp salad in lettuce cups, cheese and asparagus .andwich yells, and individual meringue lemon tarts. The next club function will be a trip to N, atchez with hus- ban,s to s,e "Southern Expo- sure." The playbegins at 8:30, and everyone going is asked o be ifl the thea,tre by 8:00 o'clock on March 15. was the wlnner. During the bus- ines es,sion the members com- plated their yearbooks. During the social hour the hos, tess served sandwiches, po- tato chips, mints and Cokes to nine members and o,ne guest, Mrs. A].media Murray. 71he March meeting wlll be held at the home of Mrs. Keller Greet. A meeting of Van Eaton Pa,rk stockholders to discuss future lOlicies and to elect new officers for, the coming, year will be held on Thursday, March 8. at ]e VW H.t at 7:30 p.m, All stock- ,a game in which Mrs: Johnson holders are" urged to ttend. Friday, Mrs. Norman Chaffin on Saturday, and Mrs. George Gond,a on Sunday. Hostesses This week we will list the first of the complete list of hostesses who will eceive at the homes on tour during the Pilgrimage., Mrs. Marshall Trep- pendahl is coordinaor. At the Scott Home--Miss Mary Scott .and Mrs. Edna S. Miller. Hostesses will be: rs. Leisa Bates 'Mrs. Loons Lumpkin', Mrs. Nora Wood, Mrs. Tommie Jo Netterville, Mrs. C,arol en- derson, Mrs. Ann Durham, Mrs. Peg Swango, Mrs. Ernestlne Jones, Mrs. Sarah Stoneberg. news sto,ries' will appear in the next few weeks in The Times Picayune, The Clarion-Ledger, the Baton Rouge Morning Aft- vocate, The Natchez Democrat. The Vicksburg Post. and the "This Week in New Orlean,s" magazine. Mr. Ernesto C,ldelra Is" han- dling the publicity. Mars Hill News Mrs. John Murray of Baton Rouge spent a few days here .with her son-in-law and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Cavin. We send get-well wishes io Mr. Henry wh: is in a sermus condition in 'Jeff Davis Hospital in Natchez. Visiting in the Louis Arnold home last week were Mr. Moire Butler of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettles, Mrs, Ahnedia Murray and Mrs. Gldys Cavin. Guests o Mrs. Sallie Cavin were Mrs. Dan Reneau and Mrs, Lucille Davis of Vcodville and Mr. Larry Dickerson of Natchez. Recernt gues,s of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin were Miss Sherry Cabin of Baton Rouge, Mr. and. Mrs. Steve Cox and ,ba'bF, and Mr. and Mrs. Gone Prtchard. Sunday guests were Mr. and .Mrs. Johnny Cooper and baby of Vidalia, Mr. and Mrs. George Weathers and girls of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. ussel Ford of Woodville. Sunday guests i the home of Mr. and Mrs. erli's Perry were their son-in-law .and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Shell, and children of Roxie and Mrs. Wensel Taylor, Mrs. Sallie C,aln and Mrs. Emma Bryant. S, unday guests of Mr. anc Mrs. H. J. Ashley were their son-in-law .and daughter, Mr. a,nd lrs. Shelly Smith, of Kg- sign. Mr. Aaron Aslfley of Gl,oster r oue was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ashley Sunday. GLENBURNIE RESTAURANT Highway 61 Bypass Woodville I T-Bone Steak, 16 oz .................................... $4.95 Rib-Eye Steak, 8 oz ........................................... $3.95 Club Steak, 8 oz ................................................. $3.95 Ham Steak ............................................................ $2.10 Hamburr'r Steak $1.85 Chicken Fried Steak ............................. $1.75 Flank Steak .......................................................... $1.95 Pepper Steak ..... : ............................................ $1.75 Served With French Fries, Tossed Green Salad, and bread. Oysters, Shrimp, Catfish, Seafood Platter, Stuffed Shrimp, Stuffed Crab, Rock Lobster, Scallops, Gumbo, Chicken. DALLY, LUNCH $1.65 "Try It-You'll Like It!"