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August 24, 1973 Th-e Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslss00ppJ Page 3 McGRAW-LEE NUPTIALS ItELD IN KANSAS Marci Beth Lee, daughter of l. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and greenery aud large bows in Iee, Jr., of Kismet, Kansas, be- the bride's cho.sen colors of the Ie the bride of Mr. Rogers rainbow hues. pink, blue, green, ares McGraw, Jr., son of Mr. orchid, and yellow. ad Mrs. Rogers Yates McGraw, Two nine-branch spiral can- She .also accompanied Miss' Teresa Tabor as she sang "From This Day Forth" and recited love peoms by Helen Steiner Rice. Mrs. Steve Gordon of Law- renee, Kansas, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and serving her sister as maid of honor was Miss Lori Lee of BARBECUE SUPPER IIONORS MISS FORTSON, MR. TREPPENDAIIL " A delightful barbecue supper at the attractive lome of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holt here last Saturday evening hono.red Miss Sally Fortson of Owensboro, Kismet. Bridesmaids were Miss Kentucky and Mrs. Holt's Pam Angell of Plains Nancy brother, Mr. Wettlin Treppcn- Brown of Liberal, and Angels dahl. McGraw, sister of the groom, of I Guests were directed by flick- Woodville. ]ering tiki lanterns to the ter- Serving as best man was Mr. raced pa'tio at the :rear of the McGraw, the grooms father, lHolt home. Indirect lighting in and the groomsmen were the trees and flower beds and 1V,essrs. Mark Trevil]ion, Lee ion the attractive flowing foun- Cavin, John Leake, and Lemire tain combined with backgr,ound Ashley, all of Woodville. I music .to add atmosphere to the Special usher was Mr. T. B. handsome setting. Lee. III, brother of the bride, Trays of hors d'oeuvres were who seated the honor guests, served as guests gathered to The Lapers were lighted by greet friends and to make new Miss K.ari Lee, sister of the acquaintances. Later. a delicious bride, and Miss Leah McGraw, supper menu featuring barbe- sister oi' the groom. They wore cued chicken was served buffet gowns identical to the brides- style. re:ads only in blue. Among the out-of-town guests Marty anti Monies Zordel, coming here for the event were twin cousins of the bride, were Mr. and Mrs. Theo Fortson and flower ,girls and dressed as miniature bridesmaids in green. They dropped flower petals from tiny green parasols. Given in marriage by her Mws. Susan Campbell of Owens- bOrG. Ky., Mrs. Louis Baine and daughter, Miss Cynthia Baine of ,Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Keith f, ather, the bride was radiant in Foster, Mr. David Anderson, and an elegantly styled gown of Miss Patty Braswell, all of GiGs- frothy cascading ruffles that ter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Trep- fell in a beautiful bouff, ant sil- pendabl, III, of Natchez, Mr. houette. The bodice of the gown and Mrs. James McArthur of featured a sabrina neckline Demopolis, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. with pearls and beads scattered IJ. E. Afford of New Orlea..]s. Mr. over the front. The waistline was circled with a wide band :f imported chanltilace. The bishop s.lceves had imported lace at the cap of the sleeves and, featured wide cuffs of chantilace. Her skirt was layers of nylon ruffles edged in lace and sweeping to a cathedral length tr, ain. A beautiful lace edged chapel length mantilla fell from a Cletus Hux of Mendenhall. Miss Ginger Treppendahl of Pensa- cola, Fla.. and Mr. lonnie Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Venton McNabb. Jr., of Centre- ville. Mrs. Lee, mother of thebride. chose a green flowered voile floor length dress. Her corsage was white gardenias. Mrs. Me- camelot style headpiece. She Graw. mother of the groom, carried a arm bouquet of white wore a gown of blue v.oile and gladioli and pink roses, her corsage was also of white The bridesmaids wore very gardenias. t., Woodville, on August 12, of t four o'clock in the afternoon tt. Paiprick's Catholic Church " Plains. Kansas. e double ring ceremony Performed by the Rev. John erthier. The center aisle of the church carpeted with a white cloth, while the pews decorated with small pas- Parasols filled with flowers delabra ent,wined with green- bouffant dresses in rainbow ery and pastel chrysanthemums were on the altar beside baskets of white gladioli and chrysan- themums. Miss Vicki Hinz, organist, of Liberal. Kansas, played a medley of popular tunes before the ceremony and in addition to the traditional we d di n g marches played "Ave Maria" as the pro- cess'Jonal for the bridesmaids. Reception colors of pink, yellow, green, The reception immediately blue. and orchid mistique over taffeta, featuring a sab rina folio.wing the ceremony was held in the Methodist Fellow- neckline, small puffed sleeves and big bustle bows in the back. ship Hall in Plains. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Utz of Plains. They wore white picture hats Rice bags and weddtngscrolls with pastel mums entwined in the band. They carried small were distributed by Franeine and Cecilia Pivork,a... Salina, ruffled parasols with flowers o match their dresses nestling in the ruffles. /FOLLOW THE CROWDS , Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Aug. 23-25 16 oz KAM DOG FOOD 2-35c Angel Food FLOU R s Ibs. | 10 lb. | GRAVY TRAIN 97c Plain or S.R. | $1.45 15 oz. Sun PINE OIL 35c Kansas. cousins of the bride. The bea,ttlful three tiered wedding cake featuring clusters of pastel flowers was topped with a silver cross and en- twined rm,gs. The ruble, was covered with pink taffeta and ,a soft pink net cloth upon which had ,been sewn white sequined felt wedding bells. Cake, punch, ,and fresh fruit yeas served fr, om the table Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Tom Pivonka. of Salina. Becky Pivonka, of Liberal, aunt and cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Lemire Ashley, Woodville, sister of the groom. In charge of the gift table was Mrs. Jeff Wells, Alameda, Calif., and Glenda Kane, Kis- met. Presiding at. the guest table was Miss Suzy Shanelec, King- man, Kansas. When the bride changed to Pruf Quart SPRAY STARCH 45c Charcoal LIGHTER 35c 4Roll Pkg. % Northern TISSUE 47c Del Monte English PEAS I 10 Oz. Gebhardt's | No. 303 | HOT DOG SAUCE 21c 2 55c SUPER SUDS, giant 55c THE VARIETY SHA1i Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 CARR-LEA WEDDING VOWS EXCHANGED IN MAGNOLIA A mid-summer wedding of unusual beauty was solemnized at the Magnolia Church of the Nazarene on August 4 at seven- thirty o'clock in the evening, when Miss Judy Ann Lea became the bride of Mr. Timothy Brooks Carr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rayford Lea of Magn01ia, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carr of Centrevllle. The Roy. Halbert Jenkins, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The sanctuary /as decorated in traditional green and white, with emerald palms and fern balls outlining the altar area. Four wrought iron pedestal church candelabra holding ca- thedral apers in-royal Persian blue encircled a white satin- covered prie dieu. Towering above the candelabra on a white wrought iron cathedral pedestal was a large floral arrangement of yellow and blue in a brass urn. Mrs. Lea Wore a gown of azalea pink featuring a yoke of Chan- tilly lace embroidered in pearl fleurettes to match the yoke the bride's dress. Her corsage was of pink osebuds. Mrs. CarT, LOCAL BAPTIST SINGERS TRAVEL TO COVINGTON On Friday, August 17, thirty- five men]bets of the Woodville Singers from the Woodville Baptist Church accompanied by twelve adults motored to Cov- ington, La., to ,present a pro- gram there at the new Tam- many Hills Baptist Mission, of which the Rev. Charles Stockett, Jr., is pastor. Arriving in Covington at about 5:30 p.m., the group was invited to the Stockett home berG.re proceeding to the Mission which is located a few miles south of Ccvington. A wonderful program under the direction of Mrs. Donna :I]epee and Mr. Gary Pearce, youth director, was presented to a large and appreciative audi- ence. The occasion was a real bless- ing to all who made the trip as the singing group took the real message of Jesus Christ in song to this church and its people. EXTENSION COFFEE BREAK CLUB FORMED Mrs. Marjorie White bad ; most interesting meeting in her office on Tuesday of this week for the purpose of organizing an Extension Home Economist Club. The group is being formed with the aim of presenting dem- onstrations to ladies who work and have a short coffee break, as well as for any others who woul like to meet and learn the many crafts and other skills to be shown. At the first meeting Mrs. White gave instructions on how to make flowers with colorful scraps of material which one might have on hand. Those attending this initial meeting included Mesdames the bridegroom's mother, wore Adris D'Aquila, Helen Clark, a green formal gown overlaid Elaine Carter, Julia Henderso.]. with lace embroidered daisies. Edna Kaigler, Vivian Moore. She wore a corsage of yellow 'Cele Moore. Thelma Wright, rosebuds. Mrs. H. B Thompson Lucille Davis, Doris C Habig, of Iota, Louisiana, grandmother ' Louise Dunnam, and Anna Doug- of the bridegroom, was dressed los Lewis. in blue and wore a phalaenopsis Mrs. White Expects to make orchid corsage, this. a monthly occasion, and Miss Rebecca Hiatt of Mag- anyone interested should watch noli,a served as maid of honor, for the announcement of the Bridesmaids were Miss Debbie next meeti:.4 "n this newspaper. Lea of Magnolia and Miss Linda l Roberson of Jackson, cousins of i Mr. and Mrs. Clay B. Tucker the bride, and Mrs. Mark Smith entertained Sunday at a dinnr of Jackson. Miss Ramona Lea given in honor of their house and Miss Jane Lantrlp of Mag- guests, Major and Mrs. C. E. nolia, cousins of the bride, were Mayes and children of Michigan. junior bridesmaids. Their dresses Their guests included Mr. and of royal Persian blue polyester Mrs. F. R. Conne:r, Mrs. A. B. ,were also designed and made by Stevens. and Mrs. Diane Dab- the bride's mother, along the adie and three children, all of lines of the bride's. The fitted Baton Rouge, Mrs. Kenneth bodices with short puffed sleeves Pattocq and Mrs. Ned Berlin and Mrs. Eva Lynn Kennedy, were accented ,by a V-slaped organist, provided a program of y, oke of daffodil yellow Chan- nuptial music and acoompanied tilly lace outlined in daffodil the soloists, Mrs. Jean Rhodus edging. The yoke descended to of Magnolia, who sang "Entreat the waistline in the back. and Me Not to Leave Thee," and Mr. controlled fullness formed the Shelton McDaniel, Jr., of Me- long skirts. They wore bridal Comb, who sang "The Wedding picture hats of daffodil lace and p ,, carried matching lace fans rayer. The bride entered on the arm trimmed in a cluster of mlnia- of her father, who gave her in tare ca, rnations, statlce, and marriage. She wore an original baby's breath from which fell gown designed and made by her a cascade of blue satin ribbon. mother ;of bridal white satin' Little Miss Angle Blackledge, .with Victori, an Styling. The fitted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Linda and Jack of Alexandria. La., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tucker and son, Clay, of Yazoo City, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Treppendahl and Mrs. Allen Wood. his monogram. The registry table held favors of miniature scrolls containing the wedding traditions. Rice girls were the Misses Veronica Blackledge, cousin of the bride. Ka, ren Case, Sharon Rushihg, and Ruthie Rhodus. bodice featured a V-shaped yoke I Blackledg e of Magnolia and They distributed yellow satin leave for their wedding trip to of Chantllly lace embroidered cousin ,of the bride, was the r.cses and miniature yellow and Colo.vado Springs, Colo., s,he in fleurettes of pearls in cluster ]flwer girl. She .wore a replica blue parasols filled with rice. was wearing a long white skirt effect. The wedding ring neck-I f the bridesmaids' costumes Assisting at the reception and pink ruffled blouse and line was edged in a tiny raffle'(and carried a yellow straw bas- ,were Mrs. Johnnie Dale Jack- wore ,a co,rsage of white roses, of cluny lace, and the back of ket filled with yellow and blue son and Mrs. Jewel Case, who Mrs. McGraw graduated from the ,bodice was fastened with l flwers, cut the bride's cake; Mrs. Kathy Southwestern Heights High miniature satin-covered buttons. I Serving, as best man was Mr. Skipper, who served the groom's Sc hop 1, Kismet and from The bishop sleeves were cuffed Michael McDanlel of Centreville. cake; Mrs. James Lea, aunt of Seward County Community with the pearl-embroidered lace Groomsmen and ushers were the bride, who served punch; Junior College, Liberal. and ended in calla lily points at l Mr. McKinley Johnson of Gulf- Mr. McGraw graduated f,rom the wrists. The Victorian skirt port, brother-in-law of the I and Mrs. Johnnie Rushing, who kept the brida] register. The Wilk4nson County Christian with controlled fullness which bridegro,am. Mr. William Oipson wedding was directed by Mrs. Academy, Woodville, and has swept int:o a cathedral train Clark of Webb, and Mr. Michael tlanche Williams of McComb. been employed at Crown-Zellar- featured deep waltz spiral scull- Daughdrill of Cen t r evil le. For their wedding trip to the bach Company, St. Francisvllle. lops in heavily embroidered Messrs. Daughdrill and Johnson Mississippi Gulf C,0ast. the bride The young couple will make Chantilly lace. Pa, ralleling the also lighted candles, wore a trous.eau frock of navy their home in Summit, w.here design, three rows of cluny lace' Ringbearer was Master Kevin blue and white print featuring Mr. McGraw will be attending edging followed the deep scal- Case, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel a white ribbed knit turtle-neck Southwest Mississippi Junior lops of the Chantiliy pattern Case of Magnolia. top and a sleeveless rcdingote. College. giving an entrancing Camelot Reception Her accessories .were white, and Rehearsal Supper effect. A narrow satin belt fas- Following the ceremony Mr. she wore a corsage of white tened with tiny satin buttons and Mrs. Lea entertained with roses from her bouquet. dinner, following rehearsal, in back coordinated the en- a reception at the Fernwood Rehearsal Supper was held Saturday evening, semble. Her chapel-length veil I Country Club. On the eve of the wedding, August 11. in the party room of English illusion was banded For the occasion the ballroom the briflegroom-eiect's parents of the Mustang Care for all and edged with Chantilly lace .was decorated in bridal green- entertained their son. his lion- the participants of the wedding, and fell from a Camelot cap ery The bride's table overlaid cee, members ,of the wedding Mr. ,and Mrs. Rogers Me- .f heavily-embroidered match-]with a linen and lace banquet party, family members, and (}raw of Woodville were the ing lace over which drifted a cloth was accented by the out-of-town guests at a re- hosts for the evening, bridal blusher. Accenting her l bride's bouque and was cen- hearsal supper in the private A lovely floral arrangement attire were a gold. and pearl ltered with the three-tiered dining ,room of The Dinner Bell of pastel chrysanthemums cen- necklace, a gift of the bride-! columned wedding cake. The in McComb. A centerpiece of tered the bridal table. Attending groom, and her mother's pearl i cake was trimmed ,with clusters yellow flowers accented the were Messrs. and Mesdames, T. earrings. Following' tradition, l of yellow and blue spun sugar round tables. B. Lee, Kismet, K., Lemire she wore au old rose gold brace- I flowers and the finial was a Miss Lea wore an evening Ashley, Woodvllle, and Steven let which belonged to her ma- miniature wedding scene con- gown in a floral print accented Gordon, Lawrence. Ks., Misses ternal grandmother, Mrs. Dock taining a bridal couple atop a in g.ld. Her corsage was an at- Nancy Brown, Liberal, Ks., Pam Roberson of Louise. She carried Spiral staircase with the brides- rangement of Golden Glow Angell, Pl, ains, Ks., V.icki Hinz, a linen and lace handkerchief maids positioned on the stairs..asters. Liberal, Ks., Teresa Tabor. Lib- used by the brides in the family I A similarly draped table held Pro-Nuptial Events eral, Ks., Krt and Lori Lee, of Mrs. Eva Lynn Kennedy, and a silver punch service flanked A settles of pre-nuptlal parties Kismet. Ks., Angela and Leah the lining .of her dress containedby silver candelabra which were honored the bride-elect inclufl- McGraw, Woodville, Messrs. Mark Trevillion, Lee Cavin' I the legend of their marriage ]encircled ,by the .bridesmaids' ing a china shower given by embroidered in blue. A cascade l fans. The punch table also held friends at Mississippi Statue Uni- John Leake, all of Woodville, ]of ,white bridal roses and yellow tiny wedding bell mints, verslty and a bridal tea shower. Miss Marci Lee, Kismet, Ks.,]sweetheart roses formed her Another table held the grooms a kitchen sho,we,r, a rice bag Mr. Yates McGraw, Woodville,]bridal bouquet. German chocolate cake deep- party, and the bridesmaids' .and the host couple. For her daughter's wedding, rated, in spun sugar roses and luncheon, all held in Magnolia. fL