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June 29, 1973 Th-e Woodville Republlcan, Woodville, M;ss;ss;ppl Page 3 I)'AQUILLA-McKEY WEDDING RITES SAID JUNE 15 IN CENTREVILLE Friday, June 15, Mrs. Betty LIST PERSONNEL OF TREVILLION-MONTFORT WEDDING PARTY Miss Julia Mae Montfort affd Sue McKey, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Dorsey Eric Trevillion of Mrs. Wilford B. Smiley of Con- Woodville. who will be married reville, became the bride of Mr f at St. Paul's Episcopal Church Carl E. D'Aquilla, Jr.. son of l in Woodville on Saturday, June 30. this week announced the Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. D'Aquilla,]personncl of Woodville. of their wedding MISS MAUDE FERGUSON ENJOYS A ItAPPY BIRTIIDAY Miss Maude Ferguson was honored on her birthday Sun- day, June 24, with a delicious dinner in the he,me of the Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Phenix and family followed by ice cream and birthday cake. Later in the afternoon, "Miss Maude" w.a.s honored again with a surprise party in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford ,given by Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Walden Summers, Mrs. Carroll Davis. Mrs. Robert Dooley, III. and Mrs. John Irwin. She was pre- sented a corsage of gardenias, and after cutting her birthday cake, which was served with The Rev. Gone Richards of party. Bethel officiated as the core- The Rev. Arthur Kline will punch, she opened the ,many useful g',fts preented her. A aony, which took place at the officiate at the rites at half number of friends were present home of the bride's parents at tast seven o'clock in the eve- to wish her many happy returns ven-thirty in the evening, ning, with Mr.s. Peter Stockett Two baskets of pring flowers as organist and Mrs. George Were placed in an altar setting, Nicholas as vocalist. and simila;r floral arrangements Miss Suan Whetstone of Were used throughout the home. Woodville will serve as maid of The bride wore an off-white honor, and bridesmaids will in- floor length silk chiffon gown. clude Miss Ginger Treppendahl Pink bbon was entwined in the of Woodville. Mis Sissy Junkin g lace which surrounded of Natchez. and Mis Melanie the yoke and sleeves. She car- Trevillion of Woodville. tied a bouquet of pink rosebuds Mr. Harry Trevillion will serve with an orchid, as his brother's best man. Miss Alert a Stampley of Groomsmen will be Messrs. cousin of the bride, served a maid of honor. She Wore a floor length gown of Pink chiffon and carried a long-stemmed white mum. Mr. Gary D'Aquilla served his brother as best man, and ushers Were Mr. Bruce Smiley, brothe.r of the bride, and Mr. Louis D'&quilla, brother of the bride- groom. Mark Trevillion. brother of the prospective bridegroom, Bruce Lewis of Oxford. and Jerry Hayes of Paris, Tennessee. Mes:.rs. Raymond McKee of Baton Rouge and David Mc- Graw of Oxford will serve as ushers. Since no formal invitations were sent locally, friends are invited to attend the wedding For her daughter's wedding, and the reception which will Mrs. Smiley we'.re a black and follow at the home of the bride's White knit suit. while Mns. D'Aquilla chose a two-piece suit of white knit. Both wore orchid Corsages. Reception A reception was held imme- [lately following the ceremony. of the day and others lind sen gifts for the occasion. MARS HILL HMC MEETS Mars H'.ll Homemakers Club met a the home of Mrs. Myrti.s Perry on June 20th with seven members present and five via- parents. Mr. Clifford Morphy of New Orleans is visiting in Woodville cud plans to spend several weeks in the Wallace home. the dining room a white were Misses Barbara Simpson, cloth covered the bride's table. Gall Simp'on. and Kay D'Aquil- Centering the table was an ar- ]a. rangement of spring flovCers For traveling, the b rid e With .pink candles in silver changed into a blue knit pant- holders on each side. Punch was suit. erved from a silver punch The couple are now making service, their home in Centreville. Mrs. Miss Becky Stutzman regis- D'Aquilla is employed at Field tered guets while Mrs. Yvonne Menmrtal Community Hospital, Stutzman and Mrs. Diane Boy- while Mr. D'Aquilla is employed 'kin, sisters of the bride: ,as- at the U. S. Post Office in lsted as hostesses. Tea girls Woodville. itors, Mrs. Almeda Murry, Mrs. Mamie Vines. and Misses Cheryl, Kathy and Missie Johnson. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Inez Johnson. A demonstration was .iven on etching by Mrs. Wensel Taylor. Patterns for a skirt and a scarf' were distributed. The quiz was on scrambled names of flovcers and the prize was won by Mrs. Johnson. The door prize was won by Mrs. Rita Smith. The hostess served delicious KOCII-DAVIS VOWS EXCIIANGED JUNE 23 Woodville CIVIC CLUB News Superstitious people t hi n k A reception at historic Rose- that Friday the 13th is an un- merit following the concert will lucky day, but members and afford those attending the con- friends of the Civic Club think cer[ an opportunity to meet the quite differently, as on that date individual performers. Mark this in July a real treat is in stor h,cky date on your calendar far area citizens! now. Friday, July 13 marks the dae Many plans and preparations of the first annual James Dick are going into our extending a Festival Institute to be held at cordial welcome to the visiting the Woodville Baptist Church as tea,m of musicians, and we so- 7 p.m. Mr. Dick and hia excep- licit your help in the form of tionally talented students will lodglng and food. Enough prac- present a program that will be rice pianos have been offered, enjoyed by music lovers as well hut we would apl:':eciate your as the nonmusical, l offering a room for the gues, Make your plans now to at- students and sand.'iches for the tend this "fi=rst" in the cultural picnic lunch at noon or for the life of our town. Free tickets ireception on Friday night. Plea::e will be available at the Town contact Mrs. John C. Hewes at Hall beginning Monday, July 2.' 888-4677 or Mrs. George H. Nich- but in the meantime you can olas at 888-3831 if you would .make your reservations by call- like to have a part in extending i ing 888-2611, as seating space our Southern hospitality to this is limited, group. yellow tapers. Arrangements of'hostess for a bridesmaids lunch- yellow marigolds, multi-colored con honoring Miss Jo Ann Davis day lilies, tiger plan and on Frlday, June 22, at Club greenery were noted throughout South of the Bc,rder. the reception area. Members of the wedding pary The bride', book, attended by .and immediate .family members Mrs. Larry Scott and Miss Susan gathered in the party area which Scott. was placed on a table featured an arrangemen of covered with a white linen cloth gladioli, pansies and lariopc. and was flanked by a memory The luncheon table was adorned candle and the bridal bouquet, with a massive arrangement of sandwiches and cake w it h Assisting with the reception lilies, cannas and black-eyed Cokes. Miss Jo Ann Davis, daughte.r were Mesdames Ronald Babers, susans in shades of yellow and The July meeting will be at of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I. Davis blue knit. She. too. wore a cot- Carl E. D'Aquilla. Jr.. Warren orange. the home of Mrs. Lela Hazlip. of Woodville, and Mr. Edward sage of white carnations. Whitaker. Herbert E. Felter. Jr.. Guests enjoyed a pa:rty plate, Reporter. Olive Koch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keception Harrison McGraw, Henry Geter, after which the hostess pre- T. J. Koch of Centreville, were Immediately following the Leo Geter, Jr., I A. Carter. and sented the bride-to-be a memory Miss Cheryl Canova visited united in marriage at Pioneer ceremony a reception was held Misses Judy Hammack. Susan cancle. Miss Davis chose this here last week in the home of, Baptist Church on Saturday, in the church annex. Dav:'u. and Sherry mith. occasion to present gifts to her her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C A. June 23, at six o'clock in the The bride's ,.able covered with For their wedding trip to the attendants. Canova. She joined .friends in evening. The Rev. Wayne E. a white linen cloth, was over- New York the latter part of the Sterling of Baton Rouge offi- laid with a white lace cloth of Gulf Coast, the bride changed into a three-p:ece aqua and week, and they planned to our elated at the double ring core- floral design. The three-tiered white knit pantsuit with white Mr. Harry Wolf of Los An- points of interest in Europe for lmony, wedd.ng cake, which was deco- accessories and the white cor- geles, Calif., a Woodvillc native, several weeks. Mr. Henry Geter, organht, rated with .pun suga.r flowers sage from her bridal bouquet, ha been a Guest in ;he home provided a program of nuptial in green and yellow, was topped The couple will reside in Con- of Mr. aLd Mrs. Che:ter Hen- The Rev. Wayne Kinder. chap- music and accompanied Mrs. with the traditional miniature txevllle where she is employed derson. lain of Episcopal High School=Fro d Netterville. who sang "The bride and groom. Puuch and a by Field Memorial Community in Baton Rouge, conducted]Twelfth of Never" prior to the variety of pastries were served .Hospital. Mr. Koch is employed Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- services at St. Paul's Episcopal entrance of the wedding party, at the opposite end of the table, by Crown-Zellerbach Corpora- pendahhl Jr.. spent last week The center arran:ement on the .on in St. Francisville. in Great Neck, Long Island, Church here last Sunday and I Forming the background [or was a guest in the hme of Mr. ,. . table was the bridesmaids' bou- N.Y., with their on-in-law ,the ceremony were iVy-entwined quota flanked with silver and Bridesmaids Luncheon and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl M. Treppendahl, ' candelabra ,holding y e 11 ow [ Jr. I lighted tapers. Flanking the crystal hurricane lamps with Mrs. Eddie Gerald Davis was Ri'chard Ch0uinard and family. altar .setting were baskets con- amaaaaaaauaiguauau.mimuuaaaammmumaiaaaimiaauHima-ammmmimmBHneUmuSs, t aining arrangements of yellow 1 chrysanthemums, white gladioli" TDCDDCMaAU/' " and greenery. Single candles in  m brass holders envwmed wth ivy - ! were placed in each window of i the church. White satin bows I denoted family pews, Candle,, in  liAI:IOWAI:t " a sing'le candelabrum were lighted by she bride and bride- m groom at the close of the core- i Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, JUNE 28-30 mony to signify the unity of marriage. At, this time the vo- calist sang One Hand, One % Royal Oak Heart." CHARCO L 20 Ibs. $1.39 The bride, given in marrmge by her father, wore a gown of white 'silk organza. The natural AISLE waistline bodice was trimmed in Building Materials For Every Job rM chantilly lace and featured a #7" Blue Plate  Lipton 100 .ount Victorian neckline. From under AYONN TEA BAGS $1.19 the short lace sleeves, .billowy organza sleeves fastened at the Paneling, Sheetrock, Ceiling Tile wrist, .suggesting a layered look. | quart I He,r bouffant organza skirt drifted into a chapel tr.ain. From Interior & Exterior Door Units , 69C ._ HUnt'S 32 OZ. a camelot cap of lace matchlng that of her dress fell a lace- 4,.. --- bordered mantilla of chapel CATSUP 55c Lumber, Masonite Siding, Plywood 4" " " J   CHARCOAL length. She carried a colonial : ' bouquet o , hite carnations Paint  Custom Mixed, Exterior Stain r'ulf "uart with white streamers tied in love knots, LIGHTE? FLUID 33c Miss Lannie Carter served as L ,maid bf honor, while Mrs. ' D W, alter E. Darts, Jr., served as TOOLS WEINERS 12 oz. 69c Campbell s 28 oz. matron of .honor. M.rs. Eddie Gerald Davis, sister-in-law of   /""i the bride, served as bridesmaid.  )}. Pn_r R, Hnnrl PORK & BEANS 31c The junior bridesmaid was Miss 1 y,Oo"al Oak Lisa Koch, sister of the bride-[ ............. w= /-.../3.,._  groom. They were attired in : lemn peel yellw dtted swiss i  ' (..... I' C ARCOAL 10 lb. 75c , A wide ruffle of self material gowzs made on p,rincess lines. edged in white lace trimmed the Lay s Twin Pack REG. 69c It  Reynold,rs V-necklinefloor_lengt.h,andskirt.borderedin their hair'the I Auminurn & Wood Window Frames POTATO CHIPS 49c I FOIL they wore a white organdy " ' ' flower headpiece .adorned with ' Millwork- Made to Order I HeavyDuty I streamers trimmed with tiny flower buds. They carried nose- Autocrat ays of 'white majestic daisies OIL allon $2.59 47c and baby's ,breath. Fu;i Line Cf Mr. Koch served his son as best man. Groomsmen were F00umbing and Electrical Supplies Me:.srs. Larry Scott, Eddie G. Davis, ,brother of the bride, and Zataran s 3 oz. Davis Scott; and serving as CRAB BOIL 12c ushers were Thomas Carter cud Lane W.hite, Whirlpool & Chambers Appliances For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Davis wore a crepe knit (We are a factory authorized service center.) THE VARIETY SflAffl sheath featurlngagreenbodiee vv = ..--------v,.= i with natural waistline and a while skirt bordered in a ,green ' floral design. She completed her Hardware will be CLOSED Saturday afternoon, ensemble with white accessories Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 and a white carnation corsage. June 2fl, for INVI:NTCDV. .Mrs. Koch was attired in a I street-length Clue,s of,., p6vder ilialamiaaaailillimalamalmiimimnmaimimmaimamliaimimiaimanammlmmaoa