Thanks for getting back to me on this. As follows:
"At an early hour in the day, a large number of the citizens being called together, the Waterloo Guards, were paraded, and being met on the streets, by the volunteers of Eastport, Mississippi, three cheers were given by the Waterloo Guards for the Eastport company...The companies being seated, Maj. J.H. Witherspoon was called to the chair, and Hiram Richardson, elected secretary."
"A southern flag was then presented, by Miss Sallie Witherspoon and Miss Kate Till, to the Volunteers, which was responded to by three loud cheers." Other stuff took place on April 30, 1861 in Waterloo, Alabama.
In re-reading this, the flag might not have been for the Waterloo Guards but instead for the company from Eastport, MS. A Gen. O'Neal addressed the crowd as well that day.