Newspaper Archive of
The Woodville Republican
Woodville, Mississippi
November 30, 1973     The Woodville Republican
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 30, 1973

Newspaper Archive of The Woodville Republican produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

November 30, 1973 The Woodvilfe Republican, WoodvilM, Mississlpp| BUTLER-LUCAS TREPPENDAHL-FORTSON Ia reception a% Windridge Court- I Ford. ]try Club, where garlands of On October 20, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lueas of NUPTIALS SAID IN greenery and magnolias with i Jones and her .daughter, lVHss Kingston, formerly of Woodville, l accents of candlelight bows and Judy Jones, complimented Miss are announcing the engagement CENTUCKY SATURDAY wedding bells adorned the over-Fortson with a coffee and Page 3 MRS. NOLAN McCRAINE IS I.R. CLUB HOSTESS Fourteen members of the Irwin Russell Club gathered at South MARDI CLUB IIEARS PROGRAM ON CONSUMER PROTECTION hat would local citizens do lolt "Club South ,of the It has been the ,0 family gatherings, dances Other social activities, and lass meetings for many Then recently the all- establishment served a neutral meeting ground for isit from a representative .of of the Offices of the Gee- of Louisiana with local was soon realized that this im- portant office could certainly be beneficial to all present, al- though Mississippi residents when making any purchases in non.r-by Baton Rouge or any Louisiana city. This Office of Consumer Pro- tection, similar to a Better Eusincss Bureau, but however more powerful legally as it has injunctive powers, can be e.on- tacted anytime a consumer feels that he has not been treated fairly by a particular business. This office, located in the Wood- dale Tower, will send a trained !lStppi residents. This in-investigator to rose.arch the es&apos;ing meeting took place on complaint. Most problems can any, November 6, when Lelbe solved when tile investigator :i Club members and their I contacts the business because ts gathered .with Mrs. Leon- I business is increasingly sensi- B. Stockett, J,r., who served ] tire to the growing force ,of the hostess .for the afternoon[ consumer movement. ai r.Ocal guests present were/ Mis Perron further explained s. B. Curry, Mrs. Charles that Education is one of the 8.1, and Mrs. Wa, rren Woods. it from Baton Rouge were Ss Phyllis Perron and Mr. Joe rs. John Brondum, presiding the afternoon, welcomed .aabe,rs and guests before l)iag to order a brief business .eting. At this time, following et.Usual roll call and reading e minute;oiutl.Wd2 decided at the club d a "little ething special" for the lChard Corkern family at lristnlas time rather than ex- most important functions of this nEW branch of government. She and all of the staff mem- bers work to "inform" con- .earners for their own protection. Thus, in the usual warm and friendly Louisiana manner, the visitor touched upon several specific topics of particular in- terest to the ladies present. One of immediate interest was a list of tips to consider when buying toys for the quickly ap- proaching Christmas season. Some of the tips mentioned and approaching marriage ,of their daughter, Miss Evelyn Lynn Lucas, to Rufus Edgar, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Butler of Woodville. The couple will exchange vows on December 2'0 at two o'clock in the afternoon at the Wood- Miss Sally Baine Fortson of ] Owensboro, Kentucky, and Mr. Adolph Wettlin Treppendahl, Jr., of Woodville, were united in marriage in an impressive cere- mony at the First Baptist Church in Owensboro on Satur- day evening, November 24, at ville United Methodist Church seven-thirty o'clock. Dr. David Friends and relatives are in-lA. Nelson officiated at the vited through this medium to !double ring rites. attend. NLiss Fortson is the daughter , Grandparents of the bride-,of Mr. and Mrs. James Theo elect are Mr. and Mrs. C. E.'bFrtsn of Owensboro and Mr. Lucas of Ethel and Mr. TomITreppendahl is the son of Mr. Simpson and the late Mrs. i Adolph Wettlin Treppendahl Evelyn Simpson of Luxora, Ar- and the late Mrs. Lucy Ayres kansas. Mr. Butler is the grand-1Treppendahl of Woodville. son o Mr..and Mrs. Ed Smith / Hurricane lamps with holly- of Woodville and the late Mr. lhcks and magnolia were at- and Mrs. Edgar Butler of Baton inched to the pews in the double Rouge. aisle church Across the altax setting, a twenty-candle fan spread was flanked by two The Wilkinson County Chap-[twenty-branch candle trees and ter United Daughters of th dl four nine-candle .fans Magnolias Confederacy will again ho /w, ith greenery and candlelight their old-fashioned Christmas  bows were arranged among the tree decoration Yule party aticandles ' and an atrangement of Rosemont, and the ladies will magnolias and greenery adorned meet next Tuesday at Cumbo's I the altar Frame Shop t,o string pop corn Miss Joy Mefford .served as and make paper decorations in ..organist, presenting a program anticipation of the event, sched- of pre-nuptial music and ac- uled for December 9. companying Mrs. William Wiehe, .............. !who sang "Because," "I Come Mrs Allen W00Ct Mrs lVi 1. _, , - , ...... ' _ ". [o Thee, ano 'The weoomg Treppendahl, and Mrs tOl'aon _ ,, s I r'rayer Morris went to Opelousa La., .. " ........ .' .. , lven m .marriage oy nor on Tuesday as guests o bne, ' Club in that cit Mrs I father' the bride chose a gown rm, ary Y' a of candlelight silk-faced peau Wood and Mrs. Morris gave I de sole fashioned by Priscilla ro Iam on Woodville for the l o  . P g" oi oson ann syied with a club. iscooped neckline, Renaissance sleeves, and high-rise waist became apparent that the club slightly gathered to an A-line hanging eaves and massive stone kitchen shower. Welcoming the )illars. guests and initiating the fall On the bride's table the all- vhite three-tiered wedding cake formed five heart-shaped sec- tions at the base. Fresh pink roses topped the cake and were arranged along the tiers. Flank- ing the cake were two massive five-branch candelabra holding pyramid arrangements of phk blossoms and rural Kentucky theme of the party, miniature mums flanked the entrance to the t home. Inside, the main floor was filled ,with unique arrange- ments of straw and Kentucky fall flowers and fruit. The din- ing room featured a brown and gold plaid tablecloth with a centerpiece of orange marigolds On another table, the three- at.ranged in an antique copper tiered groom's cake, all choco- 1.ate with fresh .grapes, was served with country ham and biscuits. Assisting at the reception were Miss Deborah More, Miss Susan Omer, Miss Jane Hayes Norris, Miss Lynn Von Lehman, and Mrs. WilMam Kenneth Hel- wig, all of Owensboro, and Miss Elizabeth Lea Baine, cousin of the bride, of Jackson. The ounger attendants carried bas- kets filled with rice bags, as did Caroline Campbell, small niece of the bride. For their wedding to Gat- linburg, Tennessee, and Atlanta Georgia, the bride changed lute a pin-striped burgundy velve- teen pant suit with an imported silk blouse featuring a soft bow at the neckline and wore a pink camellia corsage. On their return the young couple will make their home in Woodville. Rehearsal Supper On Friday, November 23, Mr. Adolph Wettlin Treppendahl en- tertained the members of the Treppendahl - Fortson wedding bowl of :massive size, flanked by carved wooden candlesticks with ivory candles. After a delightful menu of biscuits .and country ham and ther delectable foods, the bride was presented a gift of pewter and a recipe box filled with the hostesses' favorite recipes and those of guests, who also brought gifts for the kitchen. WCCA NEWS The Junior and SeniorY- Teens conducted a Thanksgiving devotional for the high sch,ool students on Wednesday, Novem- of the Border for their Novem- ber 16th meeting with Mrs. Nolan McCraine as hostess. After a short business session a delightful pro traln was pre- sented by Mrs. W. F. Rosenblatt. She reviewed the .book "Presi- dential Profiles" by the Rev. John S. Bonnell, Canadian born, who ,was for 27 years the senior minister of the Presbyterian Fifth Avenue Chtrch in New York City. The book is primarily a sum- mary on Christian beliefs as ex- hibited by the 37 presidents of our country. Mr. Bonnell says that he heartily agrees with Thomas Carlyle, who said "the history of the world is but the biography of great men." Mrs. Rosenblatt held the at- tention of her listeners with her easy manner and :fascinating subject matter. She gave a graphic and succinct .resume of each president's term of office, his religious affiliations, and moral behavior. The majority of the presidents have been of the Episcopal or ber 21, at one o'clock in the Presbyterian faith; however, school library. Those on the many other religions have been I program were Patti Herrington, i represented. With the exception Kim McGraw, Caress Simmons, of three or four most of the Billie Ann Wilcox, Beth Leake, presidents pr, ofessed a religious Maria Ward, and Mrgery Cal- faith and attended a church. vert. Mrs. George Nicholas ac- Perhaps Abraham Lincoln could companied the chorus as they be considered the most religious sang "We Gather Together" I and the most well read Bible and "America the Beautiful."l man of them all. Neither Grant Margery Calvert sang "Bless nor Pearce ever formally joined, This House" as a solo. The of- any church. Warren G. Harding fe.ring taken was given to the is considered the worst presi- Special Education .Department. dent thus far, having been in- volved in public scandal and lasting gifts among them-'were to select toys according to was grateful to Mrs. Flaccomio skirt ,with a built-in cathedral party with a rehearsal supper: On November 13, the Beta 'Ve. at the Owensboro Country Club. Club met in Mrs. Brondum's never committed to any roll- age group labels .written on the for acquiring such an interest- train The bodice and sleeves ,, ;,,,^. .... n  theme ......... : glen " n ' . ,, r,,,,,, .,  room. 'umre projects were u- the short business package, to check for non- mg speaker for the afternoo . were made of English net lay- , . ,.,,^ ...a  *atured in the .............. e In closing Mrs Rosenblatt " " ' s . u, w,,be w  ,c cusseo ana voea on. t'lan wer , Mrs Richard Flaccomio flammable" notices, to bc aware P.cllowing tlxe program Mr . ishly adorned with re-embrol- ,, ....... terieee on the su""er .............. I suggested that perhaps in all ,n of the program for of whether or n.ct materials are Stockett invited her guests to tiered ,A1encon lace and seed ;a;iel ?nd 'ai decorations con- :aeinIrthne Un:w2:/ m ]our tara.oils through the years Z, introduced the guest washable or of tygienic may the table of pal:ty foods which pearls P earls and sequins plemented this motif. Fifty JacYkon tin, ring the Beta Club l ur greatest troubles come when , Miss Perron A home terials and to avoid toys um was graced w ln a unique,formed a braided motif on the _ : ..... . *'1" members = ' -  ........ we stray from our religious  .... h gus a,,, a..  uonvenion reoruary i ., .u,., l )roduce exce:slve noise. Though Thanksgiving- basket filled wit sleeves and Alencon lace me- " " St, MlSS Perron is a l " . ....   ..... i  , attended.  .... +,,,--  wCCA on-[ prlnclpms" tative of the Louisiana young, Miss Perron spoke wln pumpkins, Inolan corn, ngnsnldallion s and pearls were re- aomids uneh,'-n *'*'" " ........ "" - I Following this most enjoyable )r's Office of Consumer lSO much certainty that the an- walnuts, gourds, acorns pecans,]peate d as trim on the entire MrS.'Louis"Glazier Baine, Jr, joyed deer hunt!rig aurmg me program the members were on This new office was dience seemed more than ready i hickory nuts and ,wheat, ar-]kirt. Tn comulete her look of . Thanksgiving nolaays very IeWl .' _ .... o heed ibis advice as well as Mrs Stockett Every-]':'. , lride ,r  a full of JacKson and Mrs. Stephen deer were killed boca'use of the serves aencious pary iare hod by the Louisiana t ' ; . ,. : . ranged by . . . . ; ............... ; ,,u  ..- Robert Roddy of Punts Gorda, , ....... ,, a .... .... -tin the! which consisted of creamed ;are in 1972 to handlel more advice on suojecs SUCh as I one then enjoyea creameo zur- I length veil of imported Silk w,,,,,, ,,, + .a,.  '"'"= ........ .."v"'"  ' I chicken in patty shells, mari- ner" ,.h, Mi .... I ChNstmas tree safety and flrelkey in a pastry shell, marmated lilluslon caught to a Juliet cap .,. ..,, ,,, +,,, ,, high water, and .me u. sea:., lusted asoarauus, vickles olives, eg00,,n by defining ,'eon-!Safety routes for the, home. l asparagus, and a spmed pef:s, lencrusted with matching lace Miss Fortson, with a luncheon stone, however, was fortunate I ice ere am, candles and coffee. sm as the art of know- It was Miss Pcrrons poise and as well as me cheese wa ,land pearls. Her hewers were a!a t Owensboro Country Club on .... :' .... .v^.,.,l The next meeting will begin ,W, why, and when to buy. I cheerful manner that made it ]pecans, and date. nut ans:. _,, ]nosegay of silk ses: sweet peas ]the day of the wedding. Attend- en:::no;; wl]beU[uckvr:n;ua;h ]with a luncheon at Asphodel 0n explained that her office o easy and enjoyable for the I The nex meeung oi ,.e rearm land violets in shapes oI pinK, l i' -' ,-tth the bridal coterie . f. ....... " .... I Saturday, December 1, with Mrs. er "'  .... o .. 1;O Kill a DUCK uurlng ne wnrlm;- established to n.rotect con-I.roup to participate in the[Club will be held on Decemb !American beauty and purple. ] ...... milv mmhors -rid out ..... I Best Montfort as hostess. ' Y  Mrs "- ......... - ......... mas nonclays from businesses and[ question anti answer period I 4th in the new home of ] Mrs. Fortson Campbell, sister of town -uests A centerpiece of ' [ ...... from.consumers. It[which followed. At this time itCharles A. Plitt Jr. Iof .the bride, serwd 'as her -ink tea roses "and daisies com I Mr. and Mrs Fred Netterville i -- .............. l matron of honor Her dress of lemented the shin" "ink "ack "lentertained the football team MARS HILL HMC MEETS I 11 silk moire in Samaron rose, de-], .... o nt th bldesm;ids'[ and Coach and Mrs. Don Alonzo ! The Mars Itill Homemakers  i 'ned b Emma Domb was .... *" ....... on Lake St John on Tuesday, . s g. 'Y.._ . ' _.. [places Colorful nosegays of silk .......  .......... e Club met m the home of Mrs. ' A ..... I fasnione wire seoopea, necKnne]flowe,r s added a touch of beauty ro;eln:" the R'amb;; ct;r "lwill Sturdivant with seven CL, 4.   [",L, Ito match the brides press analand elegance to the table. The w a I . ' _.Ylmembers present and two vis- " *  -, 7   )H / 2 < I with short ruffled bitthte/Ylbride presented her attendants vertheeC:;:dVUlth[lgdeie':;ne!itors, Mrs. Joyce Perry and Mrs. ,/\\; .- ,_= ....  ......   / u_%  sleeves. A sweep ,ra,n_w o I.with gifts of silver and silk 2;al and the-" wish to thank ll Nan Cavin. _ FI' _ -" --_:_/\\;-& k ............ :-:'2\\; ]/ ' -"  _ _ self-sreamers cascaaea irom , ........ y I The meeting was called to or- ML/- h"-F::V I N G S ! the empire waist to trail the/ ....... 'Pro Nuptial Events Mr. and Mrs. Netterville for]der by Mrs. Inez Johnson, pres-    V   |   floor. She wore a silk flower I , ^.,,,, o ,, o .... their hospitality. !ident and minutes were read by hair piece with long trai i g Last week the Junmr VarsitY tMrs Sallie Cavin Prices Effective Thurs. thru Saturday, Nov. 29, Dec. 1 Com. COFFEE lb. 89c #7 Grade A "*, 10 size PORK CHOPS BRILLO Soap Pads 27c Center lt " |, 18oz. Kraft I $1.09 I Strawberry Preserves 67c 16 oz. American Sweet WHOLE PICKLES 47c 18 oz. Kraft GRAPE JELLY 41c 16 oz. Kraft 1,000 Island Dressing 65c V size B.O.C. CHUNK TUNA 53c Tilt VARIETY SHA1t lIain Street WOODVILLE, MISS. 888-4282 ribbons and carried a nosegay zinger Kirkland and her daugh- of silk pink and American beauty ter, Mrs. William Kenneth Hell- roses and purple violets on lace wig, honored Miss Fortson with with streamers tied with violets a luncheon in the Gold Coin Serving as br.idesmaids were Miss Cynthia Lynn Baine, cousin of the bride, f J.ackson; Miss Vi, rginia Margaret Treppendahl, sister of the: :'bridegroom, of Pensacola, Florida; Mrs. Edwin Holt, sister of the bridegroom, of Woodv, ille; and Misses Mar, shall Burlew, Judith Karen Jones, and Delores Whistle, all of Owensb0ro. Junior brides- maids were Misses Elizabeth Ann and Mary Scale Roddy of Punts Gorda, Florida, cousins Room at the Owensboro Coun- try Club. The bride's chosen color of pink was featured in the center pieae of roses, daisies and carnations. Close friends of the bride and out-of-town guests for the wedding enjoyed a deli- cious chicken salad and fruit )late. Miss Joy Mefford entertained !or Miss Fortson on Thanksgiv- ing Night, when twenty-five of her girlhood friends were in- vited to embroider tea towels. of the bride. All of the brides- Later, a deMcious dessert and maids wore dresses identical to coffee were served in. the d!n!ng that ,of the matron of honor mi f w2:rearaed'rnuatKgwth g I PIll W and carried matching nosegays. . Flower -irls were Miss Kath I centerpiece ann other alrange- -  ...... h'lments Miss Mefford served as urine uam,poeli, niece o[  el .', . orgams Ior the wedding bride, ,cf Owensboro, and Miss] ' Lucy McArthur, niece of the' Mrs. Ronald Norris and Mrs. bridegroom, Of Demop01is, Ala- bama. Their dresses with four- teenth century maid were fashioned of candlelight satin-backed crepe with Sama- ron rose sashes which held miniature corsages of silk tea roses and violets with trailing streamers in back. They carried pale pink baskets filled with rose petals. Mr. Treppendahl served as his son's best man, and groomsmen included Mr. Jerry Keith F, oster, Mr. Thomas Jackson Stubbs, Mr. Jerry Keith Foster, Jr., Mr. Ronald Wayne Campbell, and Messrs. Edwin Holt and James McArthur. brothers-in-law of the bridegroom. Master Edwin Holt, J,r., was ring be.axer and was dressed in fourteenth cen- tury page attire. Mrs. Fortson chose for her daughter's wedding a jade green chiffon gown with lavishly jeweled bodice, while the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Scale Baine of Gloster, was at- tired in aqua chiffon ith bro- cade jacket and jeweled buttons. Reception William Von Lehman honored Miss Fortson ith a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Von Leh- man on Saturday, November 17. A pink and white centerpiece was used on the dining table and smaller floral replicas were placed on the other small tables rranged throughout the living room. After a delicious luncheon was served, the honoree was presented a gift of crystal. On November 5, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Haynes and Mr: and Mrs. Carl Harrison honored the betrothed couple with a dinner ]party at the Haynes home ,in [Owensboro. ,A five-branch can- delabrum with trailing ivy and with miniature yellow mums and blue wild flowers was fea- tured as a centerpiece on the buftet-flinlng table, which was c.cvered with pale blue taffeta. Arranged throughout the living and dining rooms were small round dining tables covered with yellow or blue taffeta which held crystal compotes with min- iature copies of the featured table decoration. The hon(med couple was presented a frame: wedding invitation .as a gift. Following the ceremony, the Attending from out of town bride's tmrents entetained at were Governor and Mrs. Wendell basketball team lost their sec- i 4 sketch was given on Crea- ond game to Brookhaven. A1- tire Christmas, and a quiz on though the score was 48 to 4, the counties of the state was they looked good, since, they I led by Mrs. Wensel Tayl,0r. The were playing Brook_haven s Var I r z nd h doo rlz -[quiz p 1 e a t e r p ' e sity B team Scorers were Carp- v ' . ' ,were won b, Mrs. Will Sturdl- line Catchings and Pamela lree- rant man The Varsity defeated I " - " I The hostess served chips and rookhaven with .a score Of 32 dip, sandwiches, cake, and Coca to 21. This was their third game I Colas and the first m the WCOA gym hr m e in will " ' "! The C ist as met g ' The Varsity. won another game i be held. at tht home of Mrs. Tuesday night, when they de- Bernice Joseph -- Reporter feated Thomas Jefferson with a I ........ ---- score of 32 to 10. They were I has defeated them. It looks as especially proud of her vic-ithough the new gym brings good tory, since. Thomas Jefferson lluck. When We, Think of Insurance We Think of You, We hope you'll do the same for us. For All Your Insurance Needs and Auto Financing, See or Call PAT CAVIN 2 doors east of Postoffice SHIELD OF SHELTER Phane 888-6665 i :i