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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ;E SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1976 PA GE S G d CI bMe At a r e n u e ts The DEATHS e Of Mrs. Jerry Evans Upper OU_December 16, 1975 for A delightful social hour was and pink rasberry punch. The Room TATUM unual Christmas meet- held following theprugram The hostess was assisted in serv- Mrs. Betty Jo Tatum, age 27, " i the home of Mrs. Jerry hostess served delicious" re- ing by Mrs. Wallace Rasberr sWlth Mrs Evans as tk:esh .e .ts consisting of tur- and Mrs Tom Gibson Thy Thursday, Jan.. I, 1976 passed away in a Florala Me- Read Acts 3:1-10. morial Hospital, early Tuesday .." ey sataa sandwiches, heavenly next meeting will be on Jan- Peter said . . . In the name morning, December 23, 1975. ~rs~U arrival,were greetedgUeStSwithanda hash, toasted pecans, mints, uary 20, 1976. of Jesus Christ of Nazareth She was a life long resident of~% ~~" _ u~_,, if~ly decorated door. rise up and walk. (Acts 3:6) this area and had lived in Lock- M/4 ere invited into the re- Fro The halo of New Year's Day hart the past six months. ).n.rooms by Mrs. Evans m The Florala Garden ,~ hope. We hope that our rou- Survivors are her husband, ~.~ the beautiful seasonal tine may be interrupted by a Sam W. Tatum of Lockhart; " lions were carried out f'l__ ][. I-~__A.__* ~ delightful surprise. Flexibility one son, Joe D. Tatum and ~,.- i-as.a gaily decorated W..At~[~ rrestdent s Desk .d openness to God's bless- one daughter, Samantha Ann ings can brighten our efforts Tatum, both of Lockhart; pa- ~ ~C,~.~ mas tree, and the dining Carried a nink colorby Verb Whiddon mas tree all a low with bri ht all year. rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. - g g This happened to the lame Quails of Paxton; grandmother, le throughout And what did Santa bring? ornaments and twinkling lights. ~: W. E. Holley, Jr, Club That is the important question With a full business sche- man to whom Peter and John Mrs. Lena Davis of New Brock- uent, calledthemeeting ineveryonesmindatthisgaydule, timesooncameforthe sPkeinJesus'name- Heask- tou, Alabama;onesister, Mrs. ~ .~, ~ ~er.Mrs.JimSu~ivantime.Frtbeanswer~pee~c~angefattractivep~ants~edfrapittance.HereceivedCaro~ynGrd~nfDadevi~e~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ne club prayer Follow each of you were blessed with which were banked under the the longed for and wonderful Alabama; four brothers, Junior business of the club, a good health, added enthusiasm tree. Mrs. Sadie Moon acted gift of walking, which he im- Parker of Columbia, South [mas auction was held for our club work, and a deter- as Santa Claus, calling out the mediately translated into leap- Carolina, Jerry A. Quails of ~,'/' ~'~ member had made items mination to work hard to make numbers found on eachplant, and ing Before this new day he New Carlile, Ohio, Marion ~ ~i~" ~ )ned and of coursethe remainder of the year most then watching the delighted ex- could only beg, so he went out Quails of Paxton, and Jimmy dghest bidder This profitable and outstanding in pression on each face as it among people and made his Quails of Andalusia. Christmas vroiect every way. was presented, need known. Funeral services were con- ~sg~ingillt~.tbe~urC~ristmasmeetiug~De~De~ici~usrefres~ments~fTedayisag~dtimet~airductedat2:~p~m.Wednesdayi~ ~~ .. cember 11, with Mrs. Flonnie assorted cookies, chicken sa- needs and share faith. To re- from Evans FuneralChapelwith this, there was Jackson and Mrs. Irene Moore lad sandwiches, and fruit punch ceive unexpected gladness, or the Reverends Ed McDaniel and of Vlants Each as hostesses at Mrs. Jackson s delighted each one in atten- to help make such a reality Bill Edwards officiating. Burial a plant and lovely home, was one to be re- dance. The highlight of the af- for others, can be a part of was in the Paxton Cemetery STEELE TO GUEST SPEAKER LAKEWoOD membered. Everywhere you looked there was beauty and es- pechdly the scented pine Christ- Baptist Church have Bro- Steele as special for the morning at 1.1 o'clock 4. Will be welcome. someone with to receive a rum hearing Brother OF THANKS is expressed of the A. T. for their and respect trying times of Especially to came to us with Our thanks are to the Reverend and to Evans-Brown Home. The Family Of Mrs. A. T. Henderson, Alphus Henderson, Annie Lou Cox 1-1-1tp OF THANKS like to express our to our relatives for the many acts in our recent SOrrow of Betty Jo For the many flowers, kind deeds, we are May God bless each Sam Tatum And Children l-l-lip NOTICE ~E COURT of James David God- Testamentary of said been granted on the 5th 1975, by the Enzor, Judge of Court of Covington notice is hereby given Persons having claims said estate are hereby to present the same allowed by law or Will be barred. H. Trent Lewis, As Executor of the Estate Of James David Godwin 12-11-3tc IN MEMORY In loving memory of our be- loved mother and grandmother, Sue Faye Hart, who departed this life to be with God, one year ago December 30, 1974. Your sweet smile has gone forever, your face we cannot touch. Thank God for the me- mories of the one we loved so much. God watched you as you suf- fered. He did what he thought was best. He put his arms around you and said, "Come and Rest". It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God called you home. You live with us in memory still, not just today, but al- ways will. This we know is true, you can never return to us, "but we can go to you". Sadly Missed By: Children & Grandchildren l-l-ltp LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on January 12, 1976, at McDaniel Motor Com- pany of Florala, Alabama the following: One 973 Chew CC 7915; One 1972 Chew CC 0623. GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The collateral involved is presently stored and may be seen at McDaniel Motor Company, Florala, Alabama. General Motors Acceptance Corporation. 3013-78111; 3013-72050. 1-1-1tc tree trim- and roofwork. Painting and have oak sale. Phone 8-0156. FOR SALE - 1970 Plymouth Sports Satellite. Call 8-3185 or after 6:00 8-2056. I- l-tfc teruoon was the presentation of the" Christmas Story", which was so impressively given by one of our guests, Mrs. Jea- nette Williamson, wife of the First Baptist Church pastor, Freeman Williamson. Look- lag like a china doll in her long dress of light blue, she richly deserved the praise of all and was rewarded by the hostesses with an african violet. The meeting was adjourned with each looking forward to our January meeting. After hav- lag completed half a year of club work, with a prayer on each lip that we may renounce transitory things and give God the glory for a successful half year. the day's journey. Look, lis- ten, ask, respond in the name of Jesus. He makes the day new. He helps us to do what we never dreamed of doing, and He often uses what we give to work a miracle. Prayer: Our Father, help us to seek newness of life every day, believing that through You we can turn dull days into joy- ous ones. In Christ's name. Amen. Thought for the day: Christ's entrance into our world marked a new day for all mankind. ions tO Earl Flynn Huckabaa who wall the lucky winner of the World's Largest Christmas Stocking, which was given away by Bank on December 231 Earl is three years old and lives with his parents, Earl and Angela Huckabaa and two sisters, Shonda, 10, and Tiresa, 8, in Childrens' Home Community. We at the bank hope this Christmas was a memorable one for the Huckabaa family. with Evans Funeral Home di- recting. HENDERSON Mr. Abner T. Henderson, age 88, a resident of #40 Seminole Street in Lockhart, passed away at his home Thursday morning, December 25, 1975. He was a resident of Lockhart for the past 51 years and was a mem- ber of the First United Metho- dist Church of Florala. During his active years, he was con- nected with Jackson Lumber Company in Lockhart. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mattie Lou Henderson of Lock- hart; one son, Alphus Hender- son of Florala; one daughter, Mrs. Annie Lou Cox of Mobile; four grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted at 2:00 p.m. Saturday from Evans Funeral Home Cha- pel with the Reverend Joe Bates officiating. Burial was in Flo- rala Greenwood Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. MCFALL Mrs. Buress McFall, age 81, a resident of Florala, passed away in an Opp nursing home, Thursday, December 9-5, 1975. She was a life long resident of this area and was the widow of the late Dr. Charles McFall. Survivors ,are one daughter, Leimre McFall of Florala; three grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted at 3:00 p.m. from the First United Methodist Church of Florala with the Reverend Joe Bates officiating. Burial was in the Florala Greenwood Ceme- tery with Evans Funeral Home directing. FAITH AND WORKS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEETING The Faith and Works Sunday School Class of the adult de- partment of the First Baptist Church, met recently for its monthly class meeting. Business was conducted by the president, Elizabeth McGee, who also gave a devotional about the truth of Christmas. Class members met at the new home of Lori Busboe in the Huck-A-Vllle Community. Each member brought them a gift for their new home. Class teacher, Mrs. Alberta Gamble, was pleased to have 6 members present, since this is a rather new class. TRI-CITY RESCUE 1-1-1tp SAWMILL, Lau- full time. cut lumber from see us. l-l-2tp SALE SALE: 12x70 mobile Set up in Florala. 18 months bath and heat and air. good buy. Agency 222-5544 or 222- 12-25-tfc The Florala Thrift Pre-lnvuntory Sale, is grenUy reduced. is your Pin. We e than we count. l-l-ltc Ilelorala Thrift Store's ~Na(~#c Pre-lnvsntory l-l-ltc LOST - one red bone hound. A $25.00 reward has been of- fered. Has name tag on collar. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of this dog, contact Bud Cassady of Sam- son, Alabama. Phone 658-1182. 1-1-1tp FOR SALE AND LEASE: ranch and soybean land. 100 to 9700 acres. Homes on property, irrigation system, attractive prices. Contact Joe Tucker, Paxton 4-8871. 12-18-3tp GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: For right party and fabric and sewing industry to be opening soon in Florala, Alabama. Ideal job and career for middle aged lady. If you have experi- ence in this field, we would like to talk to you. Must have minimum investment of $5,000 to coverinven- tory. Will train right party. For further details, write to: c/o The Florala News, P.O. Box 467, Florala, Ala- bama 36442. Mark IV En- terprises. I- l-4tc II Hello Friends & Citizens Something a little funny for last week's edition- it wasn't planned, that way by me, but, I missed the press time deadline which was a day early because of Christmas. This fact, alone, will be funny to some. Back to basics. The cover-up of truth in America and the world in economics, health, law ethics, etc. Most of the autho- rities and news media show and tell one side of the picture or at least withhold basic information when it is needed by the pub- lic. Yes, they are smart when it is opportune and/or convenient. Otherwise, they are preaching and practicing a double standard with their fellowman. Yes, they have the knowledge and equip- ment to control or drastically change for the better, much of the problems of the world. A book the size of "the family Sears catelogue" wouldn't cover the cover-up that man is promoting today and in the picture for tomorrow. And again, like the advertising, promoting and push- ing of tobacco, alcohol, gambling, etc., which causes so much misery, confusion and death in the world. Are Americans pushing advertising and exporting the above? They are in America. Is that forbidden or classified informa- tion? And on and on we go. Look up and/or the other way and you won't see it. Yes, I could prove what 1 write in an open forum. But to get a chance is just wishful thinking. The authorities and news media play down and dodge the issue with rhetoric or a multitude of words. Dan McLeod P. O. Box 103 Lockhart, Alabama P.S. I get no answers, so maybe this doesn't circulate. SQUAD REPORT Over the past week, the Tri- City Rescue Squad added 5~O miles to ambulances and con- sumed 48 man hours in rescue operations. Among those calling for ser- vice from LocUmrt were Lester Weeks to Florala Memorial Hospital; Beatrice Bozeman to Andalusia; from Florala - Gro- ver Boseman to Florala Medical Clinic; Florence Alford to Flo- rala Memorial; E. T. Frazier to Pensacola; Morgan Spicer to Florala Memorial; Vera Mc- Farlan to Mlzell Memorial in Opp; Vester Davis to Opp; Jo- sephine Whitaker from Pensa- cola to Florala; Henry Hall to Opp; from Lakewood - Eugene Young to Minell Memorial in Opp. LATE CLASSIFIED AD WANTED - 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent. In or near Flo- rMa. Please contact Mr. or Mrs. Watson at 6-8101 or 566- 6997 in Troy. l-l-tfc As 1975 begins, the wodd is still in search of peace...lasting peace. It is our "earnest hope that this coming year with its bright new promise will show us the way to that long awaited peace on earth. Let us each strive, in our own way, to bring harmony to a discordant world -- let us renew our efforts to understand those around us, that we may be able to live at peace with one another. FROM THE STAFF AND EMPLOYEES OF la N k