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F_fiday, March 16, 1973 PATRONS LEAGUE SETS SOUVENIR-TREASURE SALE FOR PILGRIMAGE The Patrons League of WCCA Will stage a Souvenir-Treasure Sale at the HzR Showroom during the three days of the Woodvllle Pilgrimage, it was an- nounced this week by Mrs. Gladys McCraine, president. In addition to souvenirs to be Offered, cakes, pies, candy, co;pLies, sandwiches, coffee a,nd cold dxinks will be sold each day. Mrs. McCraine urges .all persons having articles which they wish donate for sale to bring them to the H&R ,,showroom on Thursday afternoon of next week at 1 p.m. Mrs. McCraine also stated that an afghan has been do- nated as a .door prize, and it is now on display at Velma's Dress Shop. MRS. SOILEAU IlOSTESS FOR BUFFALO H.D. CLUB Mrs. Wanda Soileau was host- ess for tlle March meeting of the Buffalo Homemakers Club. The meeting began with the club collect by Mrs. Ruth Carter. Mrs. Mary Netterville president, presided at the business period during which Mrs. Sallie Smith. secretary, read the minutes and other members gave reports, and The Woodville Republicati, Woodvlfle, PILGRIMAGE PAGEANT MARCIt 23 AT BORDER The second annual Pilgrimage Pageant staged by the Wilkin- son County UDC Chapter will be leld on Friday, March 23. at SKIPPER-RUIZ MARRIAGE RITES SAID IlERE MARCtl 4 In an afternoon ceremony on Sunday, Morel, 4. in the Wood- ville Baptist Church. Miss Jimmie Lee Ruiz. daughter of Mississ;pp-1 BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET IN CROSBY MAR. 23 Crosby -- A regional Baptist Small Church Sunday School Conference will be held at the Crosby Bat.)tiat Church on March Club South of the Border. Mr. and Mrs. James R. R!fiz. St.. 23. according m Bryant M. Since space is limited all are of Ventress, Louisiana. became Cummings, director of the Sun- urged to buy advance tickets to the bride of Mr. Robert, Lee day School Department of the assure a reserved seat. Tickets Skipper, son of Mrs. Lorainc Mississippi Baptist Convention are on sale at Standard Oil Co.. Skipper of Magnolia. The Rev. Board. sports.or. Cumbo's, and from any UDC O. B Beverly officiated at the All officers and teachers of member, two o'clock nuptial rites. Stmday Schools under 150 on- The Confederate Ball will be Vows were exchanged before rollment in the area are urged held ,on Saturday, March 24, at ,a large background arrangement to attend the conference. 9 p.m. These are two outstanding events of the Pilgrimage season. Don't miss hem. final plans were made for help- ing during the Pilgrimage. GOSPEL CONCERT SUNDAY A very timely skit, "The En- AT UNION BAPTIST CItURCH orgy Crisis." was presented by Mesdames Dorothy Smith, Clara Carter. and Mary Netterville. The study topic. "Time Man- agement- Sh.ort Cuts in the Kitc'hen," was presented by Mrs. 8oileau Mrs. Virginia Cavin won the door prize. During the ..social Boa,r. the hostess served party refresh- merits. Virginia Lynn's Welcomes Spring With a of yellow and white gladioli, white carnations, and spirea. Flanking the altar setting were white wicker baskets which held arr, angcmenets of e.llow and white gladioli with leather leaf fern. and tall ,baskets of pine I boughs were .placed in the back- ground accenting the floral The Melody Makers Quartet of decorations. Gulfport will be featured i,n a Mrs. Myron Waddell was or- gospel concert ,at Union Baptist ganist for the ceremony and her Church on Highway 56a near selections were of both elassi- Crosby on Sunday, March 18, at 2 p:m. This group is becoming well known in Southern Missis- sippi and recently won second place in the National Amateur Quartet Contest held 1 Spring- field, Missouri. Also featured in the concert will be the Baeanan Sisters of Glos.ter. No admission will be charged, but a free-will offering will be taken. Local residen.ts will be inter- ested to note that "Bell Notes," a small brochure included in each statement sent out by South Central Bell Telephone Company in Mississippi, features Rosemont Plantation under their "Historic South" section in ,the March issue. I ,' CATCHINGS Insurance Agency Phone 888-4591 P. O. Box 32 Woodville, Misa P/O Mutual Insurance Agency Phone 352-88i5 Jackson, Miss. :ire - Automobile Life Bonds Oliver W. Catehlnp, 3r. col and popular wedding music. Given in marriage by her father, the Bride was adiant in an ivory satin brocade gown, elegant in its simplicity. The [princess silhoue.tte featured long I leg o' mutton ,sleeves, a Victorian collar, and long tapering skirt. Framing the bride's face was a rose point lace veil which fell into a full chapel-length train. She wore a cameo at the center f, r ont of the gown's neckline and carried a cascade of white car- nations and leather leaf fern. Miss Sharon Graham served .as maid of honor, while Miss Kathy Skipper, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Mary Alice Ruiz. sister of the bride, served as' bridesmaids. They wore identical floor-length turquoise knit gowns which featured long puffed sleeves. White braid ac- cented the princess styling. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow carnations and yellow and white chrysanthemums. Mr. Jennings McCurley served as best man, and Mr. Charles Inman wad Mr. William Ruiz. ,brother of the bride, were groomsmen. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Ruiz wore a navy blue knit dre.ss with white and navy tunic vest and matching acces- sories. Mrs. Skipper chose a baby blue knit dress and coat ",en- semble with matching acces- sories. Each wore a corsage of White chrysanthem{ms. Mrs. Cage Chisholm, grandmother of the bride, wore a rose lace dress. W.hile ,t.he bridegroom's grand- mother, Mrs. Rosa Morris was Page 3 SALE on new spring merchandise Parkmeadow Shopping Center-Centreville Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, March 15- 17 12 oz. Whole Kernel attired in a tu,rquoise gown. Both wore white carnation cot'- sages. Reception Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the fellowship h, all of the church, The bride's table was covered with a blue cloth overlaid with white. The three-tiered wedding cake which centered the table f=% was served by Mrs. M. H. Mc- NIBLET CORN 24c Gehee and Mrs. Nolan Sesser. At separate linen-covered tables. the groom's cake was served by Mrs. Eddie Gerald Davis. wlile F 303 Cans ' Light Crust Mrs Charles A. Evans. Jr., served punch from a silver bowl. BISCUIT MIX 3 for 29c Mrs Audrey Inman ,registered ' guests at ,a table which | Golden Yams I covered with awhile cloth old featured an arrangement of 55100) Jumbo Northern pring flower in a silver bowl. TOWELS 3 for 95c Assisting as hostesses were Mrs. - W.H. McCarty, Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr., and Mrs. James Herrington. For traveling, Mrs. Skipper 4 oz McCormick changed into a navy and white houndstooth knit coat dress ac-' BLACK PEPPER 43c een,ted with white. Following their wedding 'trip, they will make their home in Woodville. Reynold's 18 inch Rehearsal Supper 48 oz. Mrs. Loraine Skipper enter- H. D. FOIL 53c BLUE PLATE OIL 97c tained tle. betrothed couple, members of the wedding party and families at a rehearsal .---'-  , . supper on Saturday evening at Jergen's SOAP 3 for 29c Club South of the Border. For ; , . two-piece navy jumper dress of empire styling with a paisley 46 oz.  r/ Hunts I[ blouse. Out-Of-Town Guests HAWAIIAN PU CATSUP 00om,n00 .'ore NCH 37c out of town for the wedding' were Mr. and Mr's. Charles R. !g 32 OZ. Ruiz and family, Erwinville, La.; Wyler LEMONADE 3 29c i gll Mr, and Mrs. Noah .Tarreau, Jar- ' 57c , __ xeau, L. ; Mrr. and 'S. L. P. and, All Other Flavors k ' Danos, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Michael . Zeto ,and daughter, Mr. and , "" -7"-., . ,j . Mrs. An,liberty Cantazaro, and Mrs. L. P. Danes, St., Plaque- reen Giant mine, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy , Come,aux, Mr. ,and Mrs. John E. EAS, 303 28c Oanos and family, Mr. and Mrs. Armand Edwin, Mr. and Mrs. ' SHARK Victor Erwin, Mrs. Helen Erwin, THE VARIETY and Mr. and Mrs..G.D. Ruiz and family, Baton Rouge; Mrs. Rosa Morri,s, Brewton, Ala.; Mr. Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 and Mrs. Sidney J Rulz, St., ' Baker, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Skipper and .family, Mgnolia; Mr. and lWrs. R. D. Skipper, Woodville CIVIC CLUB News We are delighted with 1e Flaccomio- Jr.. Mrs. Richard enthusiastic response to the lsmither, and Mrs. William Roy. 1.973 Pilgrimage edition which will be a part of this newspaper Governor's Reception: Sunday, Mr. Cummir/gs said Roy. Judd next week. Many merchants, as March 25, Rosemont Plantation Allen, associate in the depart- well .as individuals, have placed All Civic Club members who meat. will direct the program, advertisements welcoming vis- plan to attend are asked to oh- The conference will be held i'tors to Woodville in the special tain their tickets a Town IIall from 7 to 9 p.m., and Sunday issa]e, which will be given to du:ring this week and next.. Be- School principles and work will every Pilgrimage visitor when cause of the short time available be emphasized they purchase their ticket, for the reception .... from 5 p.m. The front page of the Pil- until dark -- admittance will be grimage section will have photo- by ticket only. The Woodville Jaycettes are graphs of the homes on tour. Because of the limited size of currently collecting old but a tour map and i,nformation on the Rosemont parking lot. buses usable .oys for Ellisville Stateother points of interest and the will leave Town Hall beginning School. If you have any to do- phot;ograph of the Jefferson at 4:45 stopping only at t,l]e note. please contact Mrs. Shir- Davis oak featured on the new entrance to Rosemont to pick up Icy Rag.sdale. postcard which will be available those parking along the hig:h- ....... next week. Several items of his- way. The bu::es will m.xke round Ponchatoula. La.; and Mrs. Eva toric interest will be featured trips as quickly as possible Kennedy, Mrs. Myrtle Lea. Mrs. along with .special news stories l Those wlm are not Civic Club Helen Rushing, Sue Hayman, of interest to both the comma-imembers may attend by par- and Evelyn Hayman. Magnolia. laity and to visitors.  chasing a ticket. The charge [is $3, which includes a year's Pilgrimage News And I membership to the Civic Club. Housing Bureau Private cars will not be ad- This week we are listing set- mitted to Rosemnt during the oral more of the homes and reception. HEY, KIDS... Sure it kite. But it's more fun.,. safer, too...if yomfoIIow these rules. " ALWAYS: O Use string...not w;re Or anything metallic. 0 Use wood or paper i' your kite...not wire or metal, " O Fly your kit6 on days' when there is no rain O Avoid busy streets and highways while flying your kite. 0 Fly your kite far away from TV and radio antennas. 0 Keep away from fallen wires. " ........ O Fly your kRe far from electric or power lines, Call your power com- pany if your kite gets snagged in a power line. Do not pull the string or climb power poles. Follow these rules and you'll FLY RIGHT.,, FLY SAFE... HAVE FUN! their hostesses. Other special areas ,not previously listed are: Mrs. H. B. Cuxry, who will su- pervise the guides who will be on call during the three days at Town Hall; and Mrs. Helen Curry, who will again coordi- Miss Dee Dittmann and Mi.ss Kathleen O'Fallon are heading a special committee of UDC members who will serve as of- ficial hostesses for Ellis festive event. Tickets will not be available note the requests for rooms dur- at Rosemont for Civic Club ing the Pilgrimage weekend, member or paying guests-- Anyone in need of ooms or t, hey will be available ONLY at having guest rooms available is Town Hall. asked to contact Mrs. Curry a't Filgrimage Ads 888-5851 or by calling Town Hall Have you n:ticed the Pilgrim- at 888-211. A uniform charge age signs on Highway 61 South? of $8 for a double accommoda- There are several others around lion and $6 for a single aecom- the tate. modation has been set wit,h all monies being collected at Head- quarters. Bus Tours To Woodville At this writing we have sev- eral tours planned will] the following firm confirmations: Friday, Ma,rch. 23: DAR Brookh,aven. 43 persons Universal Tour, New Orleans, 46 persons Saturday, March 24: Four Seasons Garden Club, 24 Have you seen parads in sev- eral newspapers? --- or the nice pier, are and story? Have you seen the slides on television? We t h a n k Treppenda,hl's, Planter's and the Commercial Bank for their support in an out-of-town newpaper adver- tisement. TV Next Wek -- Watch Midday m Louisiana on CLanncl 2 :next Monday when Jean Wheeler will have as' per.sons " Weaver Tour, New Orleans, 40 guests Mas. Ray Favor ,d Mr. Ernes.to Caldeira. They will also per,ons Prats Tour, New Orleans, 46 persons. Next week we will list all touxs. Hostesses Hostesses scheduled f, or the home of Mrs. Peter M. Stockett are as follows: Mrs. Verelle Byrd, Mrs. John Bounds, Mrs. Eddie G. Davis. Mrs. El:ise appear, to promote the Pilgrim- age and show 24 slides taken by Mr. Paul Habit, on Midday in Hattiesburg on Wednesday. . Last week Mrs, Farrar and Mr. Calde]da made appearances on television in Meridian on "Potpsur.ri" and in Jackson on "Coffee With Judy." They were also in Baton Rouge on "The Morning Slow" on Thursday, Catchings, Mrs. Adele Hmnilton. the 15th. Mrs. Enloe Kee. Jx., Mrs. August Don't Forget -- 1Vartens, Mrs. W. S. Neyland,' --to sign up before March 22 Mrs. Donnie Nutg, Mrs. John K. for tl]e Candleligit Tom: to Sessi:ns, Mrs. C. W. Stockett, Natchez if you plan t:o go on and Mrs. George Nicholas, l our bus. We must; co.nfirm the Carnot Posey Home: Mrs. ahn bus on the 22rid for the tour Day, Mrs. Steve Gerhart, Mrs. on ,k,pril 5. Thur-:day evening, a. M. Sessions, III. Mrs. C. L. leaving Woodvillc at 6 and re- Clark, Mrs. John Hewes. Mrs.[ turning about 11. The bus W. C. Reed. Miss Deborah Kee. l charge is $4.50 per person an, Mrs. Norman Chaffin, Miss the tour cost is $7 per person. Denise Gonoulin. Mrs. T. O. Reservations may be re,ado at Session's. Jr.. Mrs. E. M. Rowe, Town Hall. the Library, or at and Mrs. Larry Calvert. the Woodville Paint Store Plan Argue Home: Miss Lise Argue, o attend. Mri Roy Cox. Mrs. S. B. Curry, Mrs. Joe Robcrtson, Mrs. Warren i SAFE BURNING Wood, Mrs. Dorsey Trevtllion, Mrs. T. M. Boy,an. Mrs. Kent DEPENDS ON YOU Depee. Mrs. Charles Seal, Mrs, J Ch,arles Whetsto,ne, and Mrs. Paul Frankenberger. i  ) -  % Hampton Hall: Mrs. David Bramlette, Mrs. E. A. Geoghe- ..,..ed gun, Mrs. Drew Piexson, Mrs. Mrs. George Martens, Mrs. Rob- ert M. Redhead, Irs. Venton HELP PREVENT McNabb. Jr.. M's. Pat Lewis, Mrs. Paul Habig', J,r., Mts, La- FOREST FIRES Verne McGraw. iVrs. Richard The GOOD LUCK Store Shoes Ladies', Children's, Men's Ready-To-Wear Jeans "Our Prices Are Still Lucky For You" I Centreville, Miss.