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Friday, November 9, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED LIAKE-ANDERSON WEDDING ANNOUNCED C ,Mr. and Mrs. Anslem Josepi: t ark announce the marriage of elr granddaughter, Miss Karen o anderson to Mr Boyd Leake, I, on October 25,'1973, in Liv- gston, Alabama. MRS. T. M. BRYAN IS I. R. CLUB IIOSTESS Fourteen members of the Irwin Russell Club gathered at Club South of the Border on November 2 with Mrs. T. M. Bryan as hostess. The group was deligl],tfully Tihe bride's parents are Mrs. ,ntertained by Miss Sarah Jen- lip Ray Peter of Covington, sen, who gave a program on the ASiana, and Mr. Kerry Lee fantasy world of ehildxen. :'merson of New Orleans and Miss Jensen, who is a very :n Rouge. Her paternal proficient librarian, has made h Parents are Mrs. Bernice a study of books for children affon of Monroe, Louisiana, and recently took a course in : 0me late Mr. Glenn Ander- Natchez on this subject. She iriS' ew O,rleans. stated that it was not until the l%llLe.e.ake is the son of Mrs..first half of the 20Lh century aa ,altord Leake of Jackson that bocks witten strictly for /, av:r. Boyd Leake, Jr., of children were published and pa:aez: Hi maternal grand- these came into this country t! ats are Mr. ,and Mcs. H. B. from England. h,'",tt of Gloster, while his ....... s in .1 "errm, .... one oI me prime lcaGer' ' granoparenrs were me . ,l late Mr a ........ ,opening up a world of lantasy . u ,vs soya JeaKe, , r., of ....... " .. for children was a woman by me Juiialo community. ' " of I0th Mr ...... the name oI Beatnx Potter, te . ann Mrs ,.caKe a- . ....... ' ded Io ..... ' - Lonoon. AS a cnilo sne naa lllselltl., cat .senoois ana_ are ingenious gove.rnesses who had v a nome in wooawue v here he ...... made her .aware of the wonders , m empioyeo wzm r rel010en .... , .... of nature and all the interest- tb uanis ann sne Will con- ' ...... 1 " her to a hue her - - ing ammals, wmcn eu eouc.alion. wrLte and illustrate her first , [ippE R child's book. "Peter Rabbit." COMPLIMENTS This book has won world ac- I INGAGED claim and is familiar to chil- COUPLE dren everywhere. Miss Potter pc.red program the members } , IIr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford. Jr., was one of the first illustrators were invited into the private atertained at a buffet supper to give personalities to animals dining room .wt:erc a long table ,!thel,r home in Metairie. Lou- and to depict them wearing centered with a colorful or- "! t za, on Saturday evening, clothes. Her wc,rks are recog- rangement of fruit and leaves ) )el ber 27, at w,hich they hon- nized now as classics for the around a wicker cornucopia pro- '/u r L Mrs. Alford's nephew, Mr. world of small children and she dueed the feeling of autumn and t 'i tlln Treppendahl, and his ranks among those at the op festivity. The guests enjoyed I  .eee, Miss Sally Fortson of of her profession. Farrier Place, Owensbo,o, In order to promote a greater t e Rcky 42301. variety of books for children te delicious supper featuring ,there are now two medals of-  t beef au jus was served fered each year in his count,ry,  : et ) , Style in the dining room. namely, the John Newbury -'aCting ,the supper table .at Medal for older children's books ' [kl guests were seated was a and the Randolph Caldecott [ haa,:sOrae._ .bridal arrangement. Medal for small children's books. "t  sa Fortson and Mr. Trep- These medals are give to Amer-  ahl are to be mar,ried on icon writers only and it is con- .I 1: rday, November 24, at the sidered quite an honor to be b0 laptist Church in Owens-,awarded one. tk Kentucky. Since no invita- Miss Jensen passed around Were sen locally, friends small illustrated b.oks amol g :" t elatives are cordially in- those present and answered ' Vll 'though this medium vo questions in regard to them. t' d. At the close of this well pre- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Simmons of Centrevllle announce the engagement .and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Jean. to Patrick H. Duck, son of Mrs. Hazel Duck and the late Mr. Patrick Duck of Liberty and Baton Rouge. The wedding will be solem- delicious party food which con- nized on December 22 a three sisted of shrimp salad, potato o'clock in the afternoon at the chips, pickles and crackers, Centreville Baptist Church t o pped off with a cher,ry Miss Simmons is the grand- ice cream sundae, homemade cookies, candy and coffee. The next meeting will be at South of the Rorder with Mrs. Nolan McCraine as hostesses. HOLLY RETREAT HMC MEETS Mrs. Jim McElwee was hostess for the November meeting of Hlly Retrea Homemakers Club : WILLIAMS-DAIS Woodville VOWS EXCHANGED AT PIONEER CHURCH Miss Susan Alyne Davis, the CIVIC CLUB daughter of Mrs. Walter E. Davis and the late Mr. Davis of Wood- News ville, became the bride of Mr. Barney Glen Williams in a cere- I mony perfc,rmed by the Rev.] O. B. Beverly at Pioneer Baptist i ............. Church on Saturday, October 23,] On Wednesday, octooer z,l Mississzpp t, ngrlmages. Tnese at six o'clock in the evening IMrs. Gordon Morris and Mrs. lbrochures are distributed no- Mr and Mrs Doyle Willia'ms Allen Wood drove to Sunshine, ltionwide to all media and travel of Brwnwood,'Texas, are par [La., in order to present a pro- personnel. " . " gram on Woodville and its Pil- ents of the bridegroom. "m e and Art Show to the 19"4 Pilgrimage Mrs. George H Nicholas served grl ag ..... Baton Rou'e Prior to the printing of our as organist for the occasion memoers o.z Guild Hostess for own brochure it is necessary presenting a program of tradl- 0umor ,?o2L.y ....... , that all local clubs who plan to tional wedding music. , mis oeugnu, m,,, ......... mrticipate make their defini.te I was Mrs. Huntley Fairchild at 1The ,altar of the church was ptlaatoa: nM h:ae: finns. cent,.red with an arrangemen'tlhe:ncllVTY n io a It has been the policy of the of white gladioli and pink mumsl .............. ,o  2lvic Club to encourage the and was flanked on either sidelc,e:t?s apporit;'"whenit churches ,and othe,r rg.aniza- with brass candelabra entwined ' with rose of montana and ivy. was offered in order to publi- tions to stage events during A single candle entwined with cize Woodville's big spring event. Pilgrimage ,to both enhance the greenery graced each window of They presented a pr,ogram of weekend and provide them with the church, and white satin history coupled with color slides additional methods of raising of the houses and publ.ic build- funds. bows denoted family pews. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Given in marriage by her ings on tour. Mrs. Woods gave brother, Mr. Walter E. Davis, the introductory history and will provide a lunch at the Mrs. M,orris followed with the parish house on Saturday, April Jr.. the bride was lovely in a slides, telling the pertinent facts 6, for Pllg,rimage visitors. , It is hoped that the organiza- Victorian-style gown of white about each home and bulldirtg 'tlon who have ,participated in silk crepe. The empire bodice as it was shown on screen. The was accented by braid of self- ladies took with them copies 'of the past will again this year "and that some of those who material and featured a wedding the PilgImage edition of The 'haven't might consider having ring collar and bishop sleeves Woodvllle Republican to give to an activity during the four-day which were cuffed at the wrists, each club member. Mrs. Morris weekend. Streamers of silk illusion were also made a list of the names " Please contact Ernesto Col- caught into a beaded caplet of the .ladies who were inter-'delra, director of the 1974 Pil- to form her headpiece. She car- ested in receiving a py of the tied a oolonial bouquet of white 1974 Pilgrimage brochure when rimage, if you have any thoughts or definite plans. carnations and mums centered ........... ......... I z comes ou in ecemoer. ,ne.e wire a wnze orcnia. [will be mailed f,rom Civic Club Woodville Museum Of 1Vrs Walter E Davis, Jr, . headquarters. The members of ,Southern Decorative Arts served as matron of honor for the Junior Book Guild were Preliminary arrangements were made this week with Dr. her sister in law She was at ............ - - ' nlnly compllmenary  ta tired in a floor length gown of - l urogram and Mrs. Fairchild re- Byrle Kynerd, director of the pink silk o,rganza with empire I:,,rted later to a Civic Club Old Capitol Museum in Jackson, " to cardinate an exhibit during bodice which featured medal- member that the club members the Mississippi Arts Festival li,ns of lace and full bishop were so enthusiastic about what sleeves. She wore a matching they heard of the Woodvine next spring at the Old Capitol Museum. The exhibit which will pink bow in her hair and car- area that they had agreed to ried a colonial bouquet of pink make it the destinat}on of their concentrate on Southern furni- ture will feature the collection and white carnations, spring tour. As each club mem- of Mrs. Charles L. Bybee of Mr. Pel Phares. Jr., served as her brings a guest on this an- Houston, Texas, before it i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon best man far Mr. Williams. nual outing, the results of Mes- housed in the Woodville Mu- Wheeler of Woodville and of Mr. For her daughter's wedding, dames Wood's and Morris's scum. Marvin E. Simmons and the late Mrs. Davis chose a dress of tan speaking engagement should be The exhibit will be a cooper- Mrs. Simmons o.f Centreville. knit ,worn with matching acres- a busload of charming pilgrims atlve effort of both museums. sones and a whzte carnation She is a senior at Centreville ' ' " ]to Woodville. Other members of Academy. corsage, the Civic Club say "thank you Tax Exempt Status Mr. Duck is the grandson of Reception to the ladies for spreading the An application is being made Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hodges of A reception was held following I word--and, the rest of us sh,ou:lci to the lnternal Revenue Service Fort Adams and of Mrs. Etta the ceremony in the fellowship follow their" example an aKe for exemption from income tax Faye Duck and the late Mr. hall of the church, l eve,ry opportranity to encourage under the code of the service. Henry Duck of Centreville. He The bride's table was overlaid tours to Woodvllle. Upon acceptance donors to the Woodville Museum may deduct at her home last Thursday af- ternoon with nine members Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, NOV. 8-10 9 Jumbo Northern F Kraft %--"ql[l TOWELSNorthern 3 for 99c f Grape Jel T00SSUE, 4 rotls 47c 39c .I 18 inch Diamond Heavy Duty FOIL 43c ngel Flake OCONUT, 14 oz. 53c 8 oz. Kraft French DRESSING 33c CHUCKCHOPS lb. 79c Opnco 12 oz.  AGHETT, 33c / .OY Stove Top nbread f CHUCK hicken or .or_ -_ O00,ESStNG,/o... 43c ! ROAST I 48oz. Liquid 79C 00:RYSTAL WH E 55c TVin Pack, 160 count Northern NAPKINS 33c THE VARIETY SHA1t Main Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 , is a g.raduat, e of Istrouma High with a hand-crocheted cloth Help Publicize Woodville School in Baton Rouge and over a cloth in pink Centering w sk t, hat. . 1 c vic lu i , _ ........... I. _I.__ C b contributions and bequests, leg- [Northwest Vocational Techn cai the ,table was a massive arrange- members keep in mind that a acieS,willdevisesbe deductibletransfers forand/rFed- School of Minden, Louisiana. He ment of pink chrysanthemums l,, ^f a' wadvtlW and is presently employed in Baton with greenery which was in tev-,I e "'Pgr]'m':g "'along le vi- Igifts l eral estate and gift tax pur- Rouge. ,.!z spersed with lighted pink tapers, i speakers are available for club Ipses" S i m i I a r arrangements were I meetm' gs anywhere__ within a ! Christmas Plans JUNIOR MUSICAL ARTS ,placed at fpca!, points through-!reasonabl e d,riving distance. En- I A full report will be made out me recepuon area svrs h on men I . ] gagements suc as the e - ! next week on the progress of the LEAGUE FORMED HERE [Tote McGehee served from a]tioned above are very effective[Christmas Parade, whose chair- silver punch bowl at one end of l ........... I " '. in publicizing what we have to l man is Mrs. A. W. Treppendahl, Liic rj!WrevlS:hilfd i} I MeKteybl,er:ellhMiii:dYtele: .:fgy:Uphoa;ecl:Y d:si:t,and of the Tree Lighting Cere- I mony whose chairman is Mrs. -- - " "" oon ]d ng ca e placed t e a program please contact Mrs [George Gonda. season on 'rnursaay a:ern ,lend I l lV.arshal 22reppendahl or Mm. Mrs. Edward Koch, cousin of IGordo n Morris or any of the November I. David Wilkerson, president, presided and informed the club members that the club was af- filiated with the National Fed- eration of Music Clubs, .as well as the Mississippi State Feder- ation. The officers were intro- duced as follows: David Wilker- son, president; Maria Ward, vice president; Lallie Owens. secretary; Jennine Johnson, treasurer; Suzane Martens, the bride, served at the registry table which was overlaid with a linen and lace cloth. A single pink candle surrounded with dahlias in the bride's chosen colors of pink and white .adorned the able. Assisting as hostesses at the reception were Mrs. Eddie I. Davis. Mrs. Leo Geter, Jr., and Miss Llnda White. club .officers. Membership Drive ' The 1974 Membership Drive is getting underway. Membership is, as it was last year, $1.00 a person. Not only does this initial money defray Civic Club ex- penses, but members will re- member the ,added bonuses of past years that wen with club For their wedding trip to membership. Our goal is 500 historian; Ruby Phenix. re- prints of interest in Texas, the members by the fl*st of Janu- porter; Mrs. Enos M. Burr from bride changed into a two-piece avy, so that the year 1974 will the Musical Arts League of have the greatest backing of Natchez, sponsor. Maria Ward gave ,a paper on J. S. Bach and played one of his Polonaises. Lallie Owens played Minuet in G Minor by Bach. present. Mrs. Thomas J. Cobb, presi- dent, opened the meeting with the club collect and presided. The program consistei of a review on landscaping by Mrs. Cobb. During i;he meeting mem- bers displayed stuffed toys that will be .shown at the Creative Christmas Program in Natchez on December 1. The leader urg2d that all members attend the program. The December meeting will be with lIrs. Hugh Rogers and will be a Christmas program. The president reminded the mem- bers to bring a gift on this occasion. During the social period, the hostess served cookies with hot coffee and ohocolte. BIRTHS Born in a Baton Rouge hos- pital to Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Conerly of Clinton. La.. on Oc- tober 31, their first child, a daughter, Tammatha Rochelle. Mrs. Conerly is the former Pam McDaniel of Centreville. Mater- nal grandmother is Mrs. Frances McDaniel of Centreville, and paternal grandparents .are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Conerly of Jack- SOn, Lt. pants ensemble of plaid print with matching accessories and civic-minded citizen.s to dae. the orchid from her bridal bou- State Pilgrimage Rrochure quet. Again this year, for the third The young couple are making state brochuce on Pilgrimages, thei,r home in Arlington, Texas, the Woodville Pilgrimage will be where Mr. Williams is employed, featured along with seven other to attend. HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO MEET NOV. 13 The Homochtto Valley His- torical Society will hold its fall meeting at Shamrock Inn in Crosby on Tuesday, November 13, at 7 p.m. Fr the program. Mrs. Gerald E. Johnston of Woodville will presen colored ,slides of his- toric homes and sites in Wilkin- son County. Those attending are asked to bring a favorite antique or collector's item to "show and tell' at the meeting. The election of officecs for the new Year will also be held at this meeting. The publlc is cordially invited ............ ::::i:ii:i:,. ::: ....... ....... ::,:,:: :. .. ": ::, ::'..::."  . a..: '::ii!!}]!.,'i: . ..;,:, ....... :::... , .:'::::: :  '::. ,./... ... ...... ., :. ,.' " ' :::..%: :N::::::":I:':":}":'":':'::'" :'"::':::::*.:,:i:i:::i:.ii!i;:i:,,.., i Think how much your phone means to you... how little your telephone costs perday. Use it. IT'S A BARGAIN. South Central Bell Mississippi Poplc KeepingYou InTouch